Casio GzOne CA002 Instruction manual

Illustrations and
Screenshots
in This Manual
Notes on
Cell Phone Use
Contents
Getting Ready
Making and
Answering Calls
Character Input
Address Book
Pair Function
Mail
Camera
EZweb
EZ News Flash/
au one Gadget
EZ Navi
TV (1Seg)
Basic Manual
In Case of Loss
of Your CA002
Troubleshooting
Index
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the CA002. Before using your CA002, be sure to read the CA002 Basic Manual (this PDF
manual) to ensure correct usage. After you have finished reading this manual, store this PDF manual and the printed
manuals in safe places so you can retrieve them whenever you need them.
• All mentions of "the CA002" in this manual refer to "the G'zOne CA002."
Manuals for the CA002
The CA002 comes with the Instruction Manual.
● For learning the basics:
Read the CA002 Basic Manual (this manual).
● For learning details on using each function:
Read the supplied CA002 Instruction Manual (Japanese). Be sure to read the Safety Precautions “安全上のご注意” to
ensure proper usage of the CA002.
The keyword searchable au Online Manual is also available on the au homepage:
http://www.au.kddi.com/manual/index.html
• To access from EZweb: R⇒ au one Top ⇒ auお客さまサポート (au Customer Support) ⇒
オンラインマニュアル (Online Manual)
Scan this QR code to access the au Online Manual. ▶
Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual
Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual
■ Note on Illustrations
The illustrations in this manual may look different from the actual cell phone in shape, color and typeface. The key
illustrations are also simplified as shown below.
Key Illustration
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Key Illustration
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■ Note on Screenshots
The screenshots in this manual are simplified and may look different from the actual cell phone screens.
• The display design themes of the CA002 vary by model color. The screenshots for the Blaze Red models are used in
this manual.
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Notes on Cell Phone Use
Cell Phone Etiquette
Notes on Cell Phone Use
The cell phone always emits weak radio waves when power
is on.
Use the cell phone in an enjoyable and safe manner without
forgetting to be considerate of others around you.
● Use of cell phones is not allowed in some places.
• Do not use the cell phone while you are driving. Doing
so is both dangerous and prohibited by law.
• Using a cell phone in an aircraft is prohibited by law.
Be sure to turn the cell phone off.
● Radio waves from cell phones may interfere with
medical electrical equipment.
• Some people close to you in crowded places such
as packed trains may be using a cardiac pacemaker.
Turn the cell phone off in such places.
• Abide by the rules of hospitals and other medical
institutions where it is forbidden to use or carry cell phones.
● Be considerate of where you use the cell phone and
how loudly you talk.
• Do not make calls in theaters, museums, libraries, and
other similar places. Turn power off or turn on manner
mode not to disturb others around you by ring tones.
• Do not use the cell phone on a street where you might
interrupt the flow of pedestrians.
• Move to areas where you will not inconvenience others
on trains or in hotel lobbies.
• Refrain from talking in a loud voice.
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• Obtain the permission of other people before you take
their photos with the cell phone's camera.
• Do not record information with the cell phone's camera
in bookstores and other locations where taking photos
is not permitted.
Do Not Use the Cell Phone While Driving!
Turn off your cell phone or put it in Drive Mode while
driving.
Do not use the cell phone while driving a car/motorcycle
or riding a bicycle. It may result in a traffic accident. Using
a cell phone while driving is prohibited by law. Using a
cell phone while riding a bicycle may also be punishable
by law.
Prohibited!
• Looking at a cell phone display
• Talking on a cell phone while holding it
Drive Mode
In Drive Mode, a Japanese message meaning "I'm
driving now, so I can't answer your call." is played
when a call is received, and asks the caller to leave a
message on the answer memo.
, use
When the standby screen is displayed, press
to select Drive, and then press
(Set).
Disaster Message Board Service
Registering
safety
information
Inquiring
for safety
information
Access
• When a large scale disaster occurs,
from an au phone, you can register your
safety information (i.e. your condition
and comments) to the 災害用伝言板
(Disaster Message Board) created on
the EZweb.
• After registration of your safety
information, e-mail is sent to your family
or acquaintances you have previously
designated to notify that your safety
information has been uploaded to
the 災害用伝言板 (Disaster Message
Board).
• You can inquire for safety information
of a person by entering his/her phone
number from EZweb or Internet.*
* To inquire from other carriers' cell
phone, a PHS or PC, access
"http://dengon.ezweb.ne.jp/".
Notes on Cell Phone Use
When a large scale disaster occurs, you can register
your safety information from EZweb. The registered
information can be referred from anywhere in Japan from
EZweb or Internet.
• The maximum storage period of the registered
information is 72 hours.
• The maximum available number of registrations is 10
per phone number. When the number of registrations
exceeds 10, the oldest one is overwritten.
• The demonstration of this service can be referred to
⇒ au one Top ⇒ auお客さま
anytime by pressing
サポート (au Customer Support) ⇒ 調べる (Search)
⇒ 災害用伝言板(デモ版) (Disaster Message Board
(Demo Version)).
• To view the Disaster Message Board in English, select
English from the top menu of the Disaster Message
Board.
R ⇒ au one Top ⇒ 災害用伝言板 (Disaster
Message Board)
http://dengon.ezweb.ne.jp/
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Making and Answering Calls
Contents
Introduction
Contents
Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual
1
Notes on Cell Phone Use
2
Cell Phone Etiquette …………………………………… 2
Do Not Use the Cell Phone While Driving!…………… 2
Disaster Message Board Service …………………… 3
Contents
4
Getting Ready
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Checking the Contents of the Box ……………………
Names of Parts …………………………………………
Charging the Battery Pack ……………………………
Learning the Basics ……………………………………
Turning On Power ………………………………………
Switching the Display Language to English …………
Initial Setup of E-mail and EZweb ……………………
Checking Your Phone Number and E-mail Address …
Display Indicators ………………………………………
Using Main Menu ………………………………………
Changing Your E-mail Address ………………………
Security Code and Passwords …………………………
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Making a Call ……………………………………………
Making an International Call ……………………………
Answering a Call ………………………………………
Returning a Call (Outgoing History/Incoming History) …
One-ring Calls ……………………………………………
Adjusting the Earpiece Volume during a Call ………
Turning On Manner Mode ………………………………
Changing the Incoming Ring Tone ……………………
Adjusting the Incoming Ring Tone Volume ……………
Turning On the Answer Memo …………………………
Character Input
Character Entry Modes …………………………………
Entering Alphanumeric Characters ……………………
Entering E-mail Addresses ……………………………
Entering Pictograms ……………………………………
Address Book
Saving an Address Book Entry ………………………
Dialing from the Address Book ………………………
Editing Address Book Entries …………………………
Saving a Phone Number from the Incoming
or Outgoing History ……………………………………
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Pair Function
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Registering a Pair Partner …………………………… 26
Making a Call to a Pair Partner ……………………… 26
Sending Mail to a Pair Partner ………………………… 26
Using E-mail ……………………………………………
Creating and Sending E-mail Messages ……………
Reading Received E-mail Messages …………………
Reading an E-mail Message
with an Attached Photo or Movie ………………………
Replying to Received E-mail Messages ………………
Rejecting Spam …………………………………………
Using C-mail ……………………………………………
Creating and Sending C-mail Messages ……………
Reading Received C-mail Messages …………………
Camera
Photo Taking Tips ………………………………………
About Photo Modes ……………………………………
Taking a Photo …………………………………………
Viewing Photos …………………………………………
EZweb
Accessing Sites …………………………………………
Bookmarking Frequently Accessed Pages …………
Viewing Bookmarked Pages……………………………
Checking Charges ………………………………………
Downloading Chaku-Uta-Full®/Chaku-Uta® …………
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Basic Operations ……………………………………… 37
Setting EZ News Flash ………………………………… 37
EZ Navi
Passenger Seat Navi for People
in the Passenger Seat to Check the Route …………
Security Navi to Check Where Your Kids Are ………
EZ Navi Walk for When You Go Out …………………
Evacuate Navi to Guide You Home or to Nearby
Evacuation Areas during Disasters ……………………
TV (1Seg)
Initial Setup of au Media Tuner…………………………
Watching TV (1Seg) ……………………………………
Basic Operations ………………………………………
Exiting the au Media Tuner ……………………………
In Case of Loss of Your CA002
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Contents
Mail
EZ News Flash/au one Gadget
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Setting Conditions for Activating the Remote Ctrl Lock …… 45
Remotely Activating the Remote Ctrl Lock on Your CA002 … 45
Activating the Remote Ctrl Lock
by the Security Lock Service ………………………… 46
Troubleshooting
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Index
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Getting Ready
Checking the Contents of the Box
The box contains the cell phone and accessories.
• Cell phone
• Battery pack
Getting Ready
CD-ROM
CD-ROM Booklet (Japanese)
Instruction Manual (Japanese)
Warranty (Japanese)
Safety Precautions (Japanese)
Global Passport mobile rental service Owner's Guide
(Japanese)
• Osaifu-Keitai® Guide (Japanese)
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Lock driver (sample)
• The following accessories are not included.
- microSD memory card
- Desktop holder
- AC adapter
- USB cable
- Earphone jack conversion adapter
- Stereo earphone
Purchase a specified AC adapter (sold separately) and a commercially available microSD memory card.
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Names of Parts
■ From the Front
Earpiece
■ From the Back
Speaker
Main display
Up/Down key (side)
Manner key
FeliCa mark
Sub-display
Center key
Cursor key
Multi key Strap eyelet
Getting Ready
Temperature
sensor
■ From the Sides
LED indicator
Optical sensor
Built-in TV antenna
Address book
key
Mail key
Application key
Answer/Pair
key
Clear/Memo key
End/Power key
EZ key
Photo light/
Pocket light
Bumper A
Flat-type stereo earphone jack
Infrared port
Camera lens
Charging terminals
Screw type battery lock
Camera
start
indicator
Number keys
Battery pack/
cover
Microphone
Bumper B
Built-in antenna
microSD memory
card slot
au IC-Card*
External connection jack
* Do not remove this card unnecessarily
as your phone number is recorded on it.
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Charging the Battery Pack
The battery pack is not fully charged at the time of purchase.
Be sure to charge the battery pack before using the cell
phone for the first time.
• An AC adapter is not included. Purchase a specified AC
adapter (sold separately).
Getting Ready
2
1
➡ Connect a specified AC adapter to the cell
phone with the battery pack attached.
• Open the cover of the external connection jack. Check
the shape of the connector of the AC adapter, and
plug it straight into the external connection jack.
➡ Unfold the power plug of the AC adapter and
plug it into a 100 V AC power outlet.
➡ Confirm that the LED indicator lights.
• Charging: A charge beginning sounds and the LED
indicator lights.
• Charging finished: A charge completion sounds and
the LED indicator goes out.
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• Be sure to close the cover of the external connection
jack when charging is finished.
• Do not pull or twist the cover of the external
connection jack forcibly.
• Common AC adapter 01 (sold separately) can only
be used in Japan to plug into a 100 V AC household
power outlet. Common AC adapter 02 (sold
separately) supports AC power from 100 to 240 V.
(CA002 is for use in Japan only.)
Learning the Basics
■ Key Assignments
u : Display the ticker field, info pane and
gadget (setting icon).
l : Display Incoming History.
r : Display Outgoing History.
c : Display Main menu.
& : Use Address Book.
% : Display EZapps menu.
L : Display E-mail/C-mail menu.
R : Display EZ Service menu.
C : Set/cancel Answer memo.
Delete characters.
Cancel operation.
F : Turn power on/off.
End call/communication.
Cancel operation.
N : Make/answer calls.
Use the Pair function.
0∼9*#:
Input phone numbers and characters.
Getting Ready
d : Display Notification window/
Shortcut menu.
■ Side Key Assignments
(: Set/cancel Manner Mode.
w: Display multi play window.
• If you lose track of where you are or if you make a mistake, press
for at least one second.
standby screen by holding down
gf: Page scroll at browser display.
g: Activate au Media Tuner.
(hold down for at least one second)
f: Light the pocket light.
(hold down for at least one second)
to return to the previous screen. Return to the
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■ Hiding/Redisplaying the
Notification window
Notification Window
➡ Use j to select Set Language and then press
c (選択 [Select]).
Getting Ready
When the Notification window is
displayed on the standby screen, you
can temporarily hide it by pressing &
(Back) and then display the Main menu
by pressing c.
To redisplay the hidden Notification
window, press d when the standby
screen is displayed.
➡ Use j to select English and then press
c (Set).
Initial Setup of E-mail and EZweb
Turning On Power
Hold down F for at least a few seconds.
• You cannot receive or make calls if
indicator) is displayed.
➡ Use j to select 画面表示 (Screen Display) and
then press c (選択 [Select]).
(out of range
To use e-mail and EZweb, you need to apply for an EZweb
subscription. If you did not apply for an EZweb subscription
at the time of purchase, contact an au shop or the au
Customer Service Center.
Also, before use, you need to configure initial settings. Your
e-mail address is assigned automatically in the initial setup.
When the standby screen is displayed, press L.
■ Turning Off Power
➡ Press c (OK).
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down F for
at least one second.
➡ Press c (OK).
After a short while, your e-mail address is displayed.
The initial settings are complete.
Switching the Display Language
to English
You can switch the display language for function names
and other items to English.
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• You can also configure initial settings by pressing
or .
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
Checking Your Phone Number
and E-mail Address
➡ Use a to select 機能 (Function) and then
press c (選択 [Select]).
When the standby screen is displayed, press c
and then 0.
Display Indicators
Display indicators inform you of mail arrival, current settings, etc.
■ Display
① ② ③ ④⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩
Indicator
Signal strength
②
Battery level
③
A microSD memory card (commercially available) inserted
④
⑫
⑬
⑭
⑮
⑯
⑰ ⑱
During a call
au Media Tuner activated
⑤
EZapps activated
⑥
Connecting to EZweb
⑦
Receiving EZ News Flash information
⑧
Missed calls
⑨
New or unread e-mail/C-mail
⑩
Current date and time
⑪
Ticker field
⑫
Search window
⑬
Info pane
⑭
Notification icon
⑮
Shortcut menu
⑯
Auto Lock/Side key disable feature on
⑰
Manner mode set
⑱
Answer memo or manner mode set
Getting Ready
⑪
Description
①
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■ Sub-display
Using Main Menu
① ②
③
④
You can access various functions from the Main menu.
The Main menu patterns vary by model color. The
screenshots for the Blaze Red models are used in this
manual.
Model Color
Getting Ready
⑤ ⑥
Indicator
Description
①
Out of range
②
Manner mode set
③
Current time
④
Seconds/Missed calls/Mail/Alarm
⑤
Signal strength
⑥
Battery level
• The date and time are set automatically.
• You can hide the ticker field, info pane and search
window by pressing
. To redisplay the hidden
items, press
and then press
.
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Main Menu Pattern
Blaze Red
Carbon pattern
Stone Black
G-gallery
Each Main menu pattern has a different set of items.
Carbon pattern
G-gallery
Allez Bonite!
Simple
G'zGEAR
Run&Walk
Data Folder
Sports Timer
trainer
LISMO Player
PC Site Viewer
Run&Walk Menu
Run&Walk Setup
G'zGEAR
Function
Life&News
G'zGEAR
Data Folder
Camera
Function
Sports Timer
microSD
TV
Camera
Life&Community
Settings
G'zGEAR
LISMO Player
LISMO Player
Watch/Calendar
Watch/Calendar
TV
Camera
Accessories
EZ FeliCa
Data Folder
TV
LISMO Player
Accessories
Data Folder
Infrared Comm
Function
Accessories
Accessories
Camera
Getting Ready
microSD
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Changing Your E-mail Address
You can change the account
name of your e-mail address.
E-mail address
△△△@ezweb.ne.jp
Getting Ready
Account name
Domain name
➡ Use j to select the entry box, press c (Input),
enter an e-mail address using single-byte
alphanumeric characters, and then press
c (OK).
• For details on entering e-mail addresses, see page 22.
When the standby screen is displayed, press L.
➡ Use j to select 送信 (Send) and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select E-mail Setup and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select OK, press c (Select) and then
c (OK).
➡ Use j to select Other and then press
c (Select).
The cell phone connects to the server.
➡ Use j to select Eメールアドレスの変更 (Change
E-mail Address) and then press c (Select).
➡ Use j to select the entry box, press c (Input),
enter your security code, and then press c (OK).
• Your security code is the four-digit number you wrote
on your subscription form.
• If the security code is incorrectly entered three times
consecutively during a single day, the e-mail address
change operation will be disabled until the next day.
➡ Use j to select 送信 (Send) and then press
c (Select).
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➡ Use j to select 承諾する (Accept) and then
press c (Select).
• Check that the e-mail address has been updated
before pressing c (OK).
• Your e-mail address cannot be changed if the new
address you enter in the above procedure is already
being used. In this case, enter a different e-mail
address.
Security Code and Passwords
You can use a security code and other passwords
described below.
Take care not to forget your security code and passwords,
because they are required for performing various
operations and using subscription services.
Usage
Example
Initial Setting
①Using the Answering Service (Voice
Mail) and Call Transfer remotely from a
fixed-line phone
②Making inquiries, applications, and
changes while using au Customer
Service Center voice guidance, au web
pages, and EZweb
③Changing the settings of Mail Filter or
Other under E-mail Setup
Usage
Example
Subscribing or canceling subscriptions to
EZweb fee-based contents
Initial Setting
The four-digit number you wrote on your
subscription form
■ Premium EZ Password
Usage
Example
①Subscribing or canceling subscriptions
to EZweb fee-based contents paid
by まとめて au 支払い (au Collective
Payment Service)
②Purchasing products from EZweb sites
using まとめて au 支払い (au Collective
Payment Service)
Initial Setting
The four-digit number you wrote on your
subscription form
Getting Ready
■ Security Code
■ EZ Password
The four-digit number you wrote on your
subscription form
■ Lock No.
Usage
Example
Changing various settings of the cell
phone
Initial Setting
1234
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Making and Answering Calls
Making a Call
When the standby screen is displayed, use 0
to 9 to enter a phone number.
• When calling to a fixed-line phone, you also need to enter
the area code.
Making and Answering Calls
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➡ Press N.
• To end the call, press F.
• After you enter a phone number, you can add 184 or
186 to the phone number as follows:
➡ Press
(Call).
to select Add Special No. and then press
➡ Use
(OK).
➡ Use
to select 184 or 186 and then press
(Add).
184: When you do not want to inform the other party of
your phone number.
186: When you want to inform the other party of your
phone number.
Making an International Call
■ au International Call Service
Available without any additional application
Example: To call 212-123-△△△△ in the USA
Enter the access code, a country code, area code
and phone number, and then press N.
005345
1
↑
International
access code
↑
Country
code
(USA)
212
↑
Area code
123-XXXX
↑
Phone number
• International call charges are billed together with
monthly local call charges.
• For more information on au International Call Service,
dial either of the following numbers:
From au cell phones (toll-free):
157 (area code not required)
From fixed-line phones (toll-free):
0077-7-111
(Open 9:00 to 20:00 everyday)
Answering a Call
To answer a call, press N.
• To end the call, press F.
■ Display When a Call is Received
Indicator
Meaning
ID Unsent
The caller did not send a Caller ID.
Payphone
The call is from a pay phone.
Not Support
The call is from a phone that does not
support Caller ID.
■ Missed Call Notification
and Missed Call are
If you did not answer a call,
displayed to let you know that you missed a call.
To check the caller's phone number, use s to select
Missed Call and then press c (Select). You can then return
the call (see the procedure on the right).
Example: Returning a call to a phone number in the
incoming history
When the standby screen is displayed, press l.
• Press r while the standby screen is displayed to display
the Outgoing History screen.
➡ Use j to select the phone number you want
to call and then press c (Detail).
• Press r to display the Outgoing History screen.
➡ Press N.
• The cell phone can store up to 50 phone numbers in
each of the incoming and outgoing history.
One-ring Calls
■ What is a One-ring Call?
A one-ring call is a call from an unknown caller that only
rings once, causing it to be stored in the incoming history.
One-ring calls are often used to get you to return the call,
which will connect you to a dating service or some other
service that charges you at high rates.
Making and Answering Calls
The phone number of the caller appears.
If the caller's phone number and name are in the address
book, the name is also displayed.
When the phone number of the caller is not displayed, one
of the following indicators may appear.
Returning a Call (Outgoing History/
Incoming History)
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■ One-ring Indicator
indicator on the Incoming History screen indicates you
have received a one-ring call (a call rang for three seconds
or shorter). Be careful when you return a call to an unknown
caller.
Adjusting the Earpiece Volume
during a Call
Making and Answering Calls
During a call, use j.
Changing the Incoming Ring Tone
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
➡ Use a to select Function and then press
c (Select).
• u: Increases the volume.
• d: Decreases the volume.
➡ Use j to select Sound/Vib/Lamp and then
press c (Select).
➡ Press c (OK).
➡ Use j to select Incoming Setup and then press
c (Select).
Turning On Manner Mode
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down
( for at least one second.
This turns on manner mode, and displays
,
,
on the standby screen. This also turns on Answer
and
on the standby screen.
memo, which is indicated by
■ Turning Off Manner Mode
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down ( for
at least one second.
,
,
and
to
Turning off manner mode causes
disappear from the standby screen. Answer memo is also
disappearing from the
turned off, which is indicated by
standby screen.
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• Even in manner mode, the cell phone still emits a
sound when autofocusing, a shutter sound when you
take a photo.
➡ Use j to select Incoming Call and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select
c (Select).
(Ringtone) and then press
➡ Use j to select Original and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select a ring tone and then press
c (Set).
The incoming ring tone is set.
• If you press & (Play), the tone plays.
➡ Press % (OK).
Adjusting the Incoming Ring
Tone Volume
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
➡ Use a to select Function and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Incoming Setup and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Incoming Call and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select
(Ringtone Volume) and
then press c (Select).
➡ Use j to adjust the volume and then press
c (Set).
• Each press of j changes the volume one step.
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down
C for at least one second.
is displayed on the standby screen.
■ Turning Off the Answer Memo
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down C for
at least one second. The answer memo is turned off and
disappears from the standby screen.
• The cell phone can record a maximum of six
messages, each up to 30 seconds long.
• Answer memo is a function that automatically answers
calls and allows callers to record messages. Use the
Answering Service (Voice Mail) when your phone is
turned off or when you are in a location where a signal
cannot be received.
■ Playing a Message
STEP ↑
The ring tone volume gradually increases.
STEP ↓
The ring tone volume gradually decreases.
If a message is recorded, Answer Memo appears
on the standby screen.
The ring tone sounds at the set volume.
➡ Use s to select Answer Memo and then press
c (Select).
The ring tone does not sound.
➡ Use j to select the message you want to play
and then press c (Play).
Level5
Level1
OFF
➡ Press % (OK).
Making and Answering Calls
➡ Use j to select Sound/Vib/Lamp and then
press c (Select).
Turning On the Answer Memo
• To stop playing the message, press c (Stop).
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■ Deleting a Message
When the standby screen is displayed, press C.
➡ Use j to select Answer Memo and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Answer Memo List and then
press c (Select).
Making and Answering Calls
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➡ Use j to select the message you want to
delete and then press % (SubMenu).
➡ Use j to select Delete and then press
c (OK).
➡ Use j to select Delete One and then press
c (OK).
➡ Use j to select YES and then press c (OK).
Character Input
Character Entry Modes
Number of Times to Press the Key
Key 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 . @ − _ / : ∼
2 a b c
A
3 d e f
■ Menu Items
4 g h i
: Kanji conversion mode
: Double-byte katakana mode
: Single-byte katakana mode
: Double-byte alphanumeric mode
: Single-byte alphanumeric mode
: Double-byte number mode
: Single-byte number mode
Use a to select a character entry mode and then
press c (OK).
Entering Alphanumeric Characters
You can use the keys 1 to 0 to enter characters.
More than one character is assigned to each key.
The following table shows the key assignment for entering
characters.
B
C
2
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
4
5 j k l
J
K
L
5
6 m n o
M
N
O
6
7 p q r s
P
Q
R
8 t u v
U
V
8
9 w x y z W
X
Y
0 0
T
9
10 11 12
S
7
Z
9
Inputs symbols
Inputs symbols (switches an unconfirmed
* character between uppercase and lowercase).
Character Input
When a character entry screen is displayed, you can select
a character entry mode if you press & (Char.Type).
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1
Adds a line break and displays characters in the
# opposite order.
When you change your e-mail address, you cannot use
the characters in ■ for the account name (part of the
address to the left of @).
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■ Entering Two or More Characters
Assigned to the Same Key
After you enter the first character, press r and then enter
the next character.
■ Deleting Characters
Character Input
To delete one character at a time, move the cursor to the
character you want to delete and then press C. To
delete all characters to the right of the cursor, hold down
C for at least one second. If there are no characters to
the right of the cursor, holding down C will delete all the
characters.
■ Starting a New Line
Press #.
• Certain functions such as C-mail do not support
entering new lines.
Entering E-mail Addresses
■ E-mail Address Compatible Characters
• Before you enter an e-mail address, switch to the
lowercase alphanumeric (single-byte) mode.
• When changing your e-mail address, you can enter up
to 30 single-byte alphanumeric and symbol characters
for the account name (part to the left of @). Note the
following:
- Uppercase characters cannot be used.
- Period (.) or zero (0) cannot be used as the first
character.
■ How to Enter E-mail Addresses
Example: Entering "taro.23@kddi.co.jp"
Enter "taro.23".
t:
a:
r:
o:
.:
2:
3:
Press 8 once.
Press 2 once.
Press 7 three times.
Press 6 three times.
Press 1 once.
Press 2 once and then #.
Press 3 once and then #.
➡ Enter "@".
@: Press 1 twice.
➡ Enter "kddi".
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k:
d:
d:
i:
Press 5 twice.
Press 3 once and then r.
Press 3 once.
Press 4 three times.
➡ Press % (SubMenu).
➡ Use j to select Phrase and then press
c (OK).
➡ Use % (Category) to select Internet.
➡ Use j to select .co.jp and then press
c (Select).
".co.jp" is entered.
Entering Pictograms
➡ Use a to select the pictogram you want to
enter and then press c (Select).
• You can enter pictograms consecutively if you press
& (Repeat) instead of c (Select).
Character Input
When a character entry screen is displayed, press
R.
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Address Book
Saving an Address Book Entry
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down
& for at least one second.
➡ Use j to select
c (Select).
[Name] and then press
Dialing from the Address Book
➡ Enter a name and then press c (OK).
The
[Reading] for the name is entered automatically.
Address Book
➡ Use j to select
press c (Select).
• The address book can store up to 1,000 entries.
• The cell phone automatically saves an entry to the
lowest available memory number from 000 to 999.
• You can save three phone numbers and three e-mail
addresses for each address book entry.
• You can also assign a group No., and enter birthday,
address, and other information.
[Phone No.1] and then
➡ Enter a phone number and then press c (OK).
• If the phone number is for a fixed-line phone, enter the
phone number starting with the area code.
When the standby screen is displayed, press &.
➡ Use a to select the entry containing the
phone number you want to dial and then press
c (Detail).
➡ Use j to select the phone number and then
press c (Select).
➡ Use j to select a phone number type and
then press c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Voice Call and then press
c (OK).
• Follow the next step to enter an e-mail address. If
you do not want to enter an e-mail address, press
% (Reg).
Editing Address Book Entries
➡ Use j to select
press c (Select).
[E-mail Address1] and then
➡ Enter an e-mail address and then press
c (OK).
➡ Use j to select an e-mail address type and
then press c (Select).
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When the standby screen is displayed, press &.
➡ Select an entry and press c (Detail).
➡ Press & (Edit).
➡ Edit the contents and then press % (Reg).
➡ Use j to select Overwrite and then press
c (OK).
Saving a Phone Number from the
Incoming or Outgoing History
Example: Saving a phone number from the incoming history
to the address book
When the standby screen is displayed, press l
and use j to select the phone number you want
to save.
➡ Press % (SubMenu).
➡ Use j to select Reg to Adrs Book and then
press c (OK).
➡ Use j to select a phone number type and
then press c (Select).
• For details on saving an address book entry, see page
24.
Address Book
➡ Use j to select Register New and then press
c (Select).
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Pair Function
Pair Function
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Making a Call to a Pair Partner
You can register a maximum of five pair partners you
contact often to easily call or send mail.
When the standby screen is displayed, press N.
Registering a Pair Partner
➡ Use j to select Call and then press c (Select).
When the standby screen is displayed, press N.
Sending Mail to a Pair Partner
➡ Use s to select a blank screen and then
press c (Select).
When the standby screen is displayed, press N.
➡ Use s to select the person you want to call.
➡ Use j to select YES and then press c (OK).
➡ Use s to select the person you want to send
mail.
➡ Use a to select a pair partner, press c (Detail)
and then c (Select).
➡ Use j to select E-mail or C-mail and then
press c (Select).
• When registering an address book entry with multiple
phone numbers and e-mail addresses as pair partner,
select the phone number and e-mail address to use
with the Pair function.
• When you delete an address book entry registered in
the pair partner, the address book entry is also deleted
from the Pair function.
• To create an e-mail message, see "Creating and
Sending E-mail Messages" on page 27. To create a
C-mail message, see "Creating and Sending C-mail
Messages" on page 30.
Mail
Using E-mail
To use e-mail, you need to apply for an EZweb subscription.
If you did not apply for an EZweb subscription at the time of
purchase, contact an au shop or the au Customer Service
Center. Also, before use, you need to configure initial
settings.
You can send and receive e-mail with other cell phones
that support e-mail, and with PCs. In addition to text
messages of up to 5,000 double-byte (or 10,000 singlebyte) characters, you can also send photos and movies by
e-mail.
When the standby screen is displayed, press L.
➡ Use j to select Create New and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Address and then press
c (Select) twice.
➡ Use j to select Address Book and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use a to select an address book entry and
then press c (Detail).
➡ Use j to select an address and then press
c (Select).
➡ Press & (OK).
➡ Use j to select Subject and then press
c (Select).
Mail
• The packet communication charge for sending and
receiving e-mail applies to the amount of data sent
and received.
• You can send e-mail up to 30 recipients at a time.
When Adrs. Count Limit is set to "Restrict," you can
send up to 5 recipients at a time.
• You can send up to 1,000 e-mail messages per day (a
message with multiple recipients is counted as more
than one message).
• Sending and receiving e-mail messages that include
attachment data may take a while.
Creating and Sending E-mail Messages
➡ Enter a subject and then press c (OK).
• You cannot enter single-byte katakana characters or a
new line in a subject.
➡ Use j to select Text and then press
c (Select).
➡ Enter text and then press c (OK).
• You cannot enter single-byte katakana characters.
➡ Press & (
Send).
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Reading Received E-mail Messages
➡ Use j to select the file name and then press
c (Receive).
When you receive an e-mail message, E-mail
appears on the standby screen.
➡ Press c (Play).
➡ Use s to select E-mail and then press
c (Select).
• Selecting the file name or pressing
(Receive)
may be unnecessary for some files to be displayed,
depending on the file size.
➡ Press c (Select).
•
•
: Indicates a read message.
: Indicates an unread message.
➡ Use j to select the new message and then
press c (Select).
When the standby screen is displayed, press L.
■ Reading an E-mail Message from the E-mail Menu
➡ Press c (Select).
Mail
When the standby screen is displayed, press L to display
the E-mail menu, use j to select Inbox and then press
c (Select).
For subsequent operations, see "Reading Received E-mail
Messages" above.
Reading an E-mail Message with
an Attached Photo or Movie
Example: Viewing an attached photo
Display the e-mail message that has an attached
photo (above).
➡ Use j to select the file name and then press
c (Select).
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Replying to Received E-mail Messages
➡ Use j to select Inbox and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select the message you want to
reply to and then press c (Select).
➡ Press & (Reply).
"Re:" is prefixed to the subject, and the text of the
message is quoted.
➡ Refer to "Creating and Sending E-mail
Messages" (page 27) for subsequent
operations.
Rejecting Spam
Setting mail filters to reject spam is recommended.
The サポート設定 (Supportive Settings) helps you to set
mail filters easily by answering questions that appear on the
screen.
■ Setting Mail Filters
Example: Connecting to サポート設定 (Supportive Settings)
When the standby screen is displayed, press L.
➡ Use j to select E-mail Setup and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Mail Filter and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select the input box and then press
c (Input).
➡ Enter your security code and then press
c (OK).
➡ Use j to select 送信 (Send) and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select サポート設定 (Supportive
Settings) and then press c (Select).
サポート設定
(Supportive Settings)
Set the filter by answering
questions
This is recommended for users
who want to configure settings
while confirming conditions.
Shut out all mail from PCs
This is recommended for users
フィルターレベル(高)
who only want to send mail
Filter Level (High)
to and receive mail from cell
phones.
Block unsolicited advertisement,
spoof e-mail and mail from
フィルターレベル(中) specific addresses
This is recommended for users
Filter Level (Medium)
bothered by certain senders or
spam mail.
Mail
➡ Use j to select 次へ (Next) and then press
c (Select).
■ カンタン設定 (Simple Settings)
Block unsolicited advertisement
フィルターレベル(低) and spoof e-mail
This is the minimum level
Filter Level (Low)
recommended for all users.
• You can also prevent spam by changing your e-mail
address. For details on changing your e-mail address,
see page 14.
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Using C-mail
C-mail is a service that uses phone numbers as addresses
to exchange messages between au cell phones that
support C-mail. A C-mail message can contain up to 50
double-byte (or 100 single-byte) characters.
➡ Use a to select an address book entry and
then press c (Detail).
➡ Use j to select a phone number and then
press c (Select).
➡ Press & (Send).
• The C-mail send charge applies when sending C-mail.
Reading Received C-mail Messages
■ C-mail Safety Block
C-mail safety block is a function that allows you to reject
C-mails that include URLs (http://△△△, https://△△△) or
phone numbers in the C-mail message text.
C-mail safety block is valid by default. Cancel the setting if
you want to receive C-mails that include URLs and phone
numbers in the message text.
Mail
Creating and Sending C-mail Messages
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down
L for at least one second.
➡ Use j to select Create New and then press
c (Select).
➡ Enter text and then press c (OK).
➡ Use j to select
c (Edit).
[Address] and then press
➡ Use j to select Quote Adrs Book and then
press c (OK).
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When you receive a C-mail message, C-mail
appears on the standby screen.
➡ Use s to select C-mail and then press
c (Select).
➡ Press c (Select).
•
•
: Indicates a read message.
: Indicates an unread message.
➡ Use j to select the new message and then
press c (View).
■ Reading a C-mail Message from the C-mail Menu
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down L for
at least one second to display the C-mail menu, use j to
select Inbox and then press c (Select).
For subsequent operations, see "Reading Received C-mail
Messages" above.
Camera
Your cell phone has a CMOS camera with 1.97 effective
megapixels for shooting photos and movies. You can use
the self-timer and autofocus.
Shot images can be used for the standby screen, and
attached to e-mail messages.
Photo Taking Tips
When taking photos, frame the subject within the display
and hold the cell phone steady with both hands to avoid
shaking.
About Photo Modes
The following modes are available for taking photos.
W.paper (Wide) is set for W.paper mode and 2M is set for
DSC mode at the time of purchase.
Mode
Photo Size
W.paper W.paper (Normal)
Mode
W.paper (Wide)
Storage Location
The Photo Folder in the Data
Folder of the cell phone
0.3M
DSC
Mode
1M
1.5M(Wide)
The DSC Folder in the Data
Folder of a microSD
memory card*
2M
■ Regular Open Position
Photo light
Camera start indicator
• Take care not to cover the lens and optical sensor with
a strap or finger.
Camera
Camera lens
* When a microSD memory card (commercially available) is
not inserted, the files are saved to the Data Folder of the
cell phone.
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Taking a Photo
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
➡ Use a to select Camera and then press c
(Select).
➡ Use j to select Photo (W.paper Mode) and then
press c (Select).
➡ Press c (Shoot).
The preview screen is displayed.
■ Saving a Photo
Press c (Save) on the preview screen.
• If you do not want to save the photo, press
preview screen.
in the
Viewing Photos
Camera
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
➡ Use a to select Data Folder and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Photo Folder and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select a folder and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use a to select the photo you want to view
and then press c (Select).
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EZweb
EZweb Subscription Required
EZweb is an information service that allows you to enjoy
browsing the Internet on your cell phone. You can also
download Chaku-Uta-Full®, Chaku-Uta®, news, and other
contents from web pages.
To use EZweb, you need to apply for an EZweb
subscription. If you did not apply for an EZweb subscription
at the time of purchase, contact an au shop or the au
Customer Service Center. Also, before use, you need to
configure initial settings.
• The packet communication charge for EZweb
connection applies to the amount of data sent and
received, not to the length of time connected.
• In addition to communication charges, some sites
charge for providing information.
EZweb
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Accessing Sites
■ Viewing the au one Top
You can access EZweb from the au one Top. A variety of useful and fun sites are available on EZweb.
When the standby screen is displayed, press R, use j to select au one Top and then press c (Select).
au one Top
キーワード検索機能 (Search by Keyword)
Provides a search function for searching for
information by keyword.
集まる (Community)
Provides interesting and useful information
that you can use for SNS or blogs.
カテゴリ(メニューリスト)(Category (Menu List))
Provides a list of various content provider sites.
メール (Mail)
Provides an extra e-mail address that can
be used on your PC.
トップニュース (Top News)
Provides automatic updates of the latest news.
最新オススメ情報 (Latest News)
Introduces up-to-date information
concerning entertainment, daily life, etc.
天気・乗換・占い・テレビ・銀行 (Weather,
Transportation, Horoscope, TV & Bank)
Provides direct access to these au one services.
EZweb
買う (Shopping & Auctions)
Provides a list of shopping and auction sites
available from your cell phone.
知る (Tips & Tools)
Provides information on sports and stock
prices, as well as useful tools such as maps
and dictionaries.
楽しむ (Hobbies & Culture)
Provides the latest information, such
as games, music, books, hobbies and
entertainment.
暮らす (Lifestyle)
Provides travel, restaurant and other
lifestyle-oriented information.
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マイページ (My Page)
Provides useful information and tools
tailored to your cell phone usage and a
large data storage area.
au style
Introduces information and sites that au recommends.
とくする情報 (Valuable Information)
Presents gifts and push information to the
EZweb subscriber for free.
auお客さまサポート (au Customer Support)
Provides information about charges, various
applications, au online manual and notices from au.
auワンちゃんの部屋 (au Doggy’s Room)
Introduces au Doggy.
カンタンアクセス・オープンサイト (Simple Access & Open Site)
Provides easy access and introduces open sites.
災害用伝言板 (Disaster Message Board)
Register and confirm safety information in
time of disaster.
ENGLISH
Introduces English sites.
■ Basic Operations
Use j to select the site you want to access and then
press c (OK).
Press L or C to return to the previous screen. Hold
down either key for at least one second to return to the au
one Top.
The following describes the basic operations that are
available while accessing sites.
Key
Operation
F
Description
Exits EZweb.
s
When there is data available above or below
the current screen, scrolls the screen page
by page.
l:Scrolls one page up.
r:Scrolls one page down.
L,C
Returns to the previous screen.
When the page you want to bookmark is
displayed, press % (BrowserMenu).
➡ Use j to select New bookmark and then press
c (OK).
• Some pages cannot be bookmarked.
➡ Press % (Reg).
The displayed page is bookmarked, and its title and
URL are added to the Bookmark.
• The Bookmark can contain up to 100 titles and URLs.
Viewing Bookmarked Pages
When the standby screen is displayed, press R
and then use s to select EZweb.
➡ Use j to select Bookmark(s) and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select the bookmark for the page
you want to view and then press c (Connect).
EZweb
j
Moves the cursor up and down.
When there is data available above or below
the current screen, scrolls up and down the
screen one line at a time.
Bookmarking Frequently
Accessed Pages
The cell phone connects to the site.
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Checking Charges
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
➡ Use a to select Function and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Time/Toll/Sub and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Inquire Toll and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select YES and then press c (OK).
• Select the item you want to check and then follow the
on-screen instructions.
Downloading Chaku-Uta-Full®/
Chaku-Uta®
EZweb
When the standby screen is displayed, press R
and then use s to select EZweb.
➡ Use j to select au one Top and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select カテゴリ(メニューリスト)
(Category (Menu List)) and then press c (OK).
➡ Use j to select 着うたフル・ビデオクリップ
(Chaku-Uta-Full® ・Video Clip) or 着うた
(Chaku-Uta®) and then press c (Select).
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➡ Use j to select the site you want to access
and then press c (Select).
The download instructions appear.
• Fee-based information sites require entry of EZ
password or Premium EZ password. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter either password. See page
15 for details.
➡ Follow the on-screen instructions.
Download is completed.
• Downloaded data is saved automatically to the Data Folder.
➡ Press & (Play).
The downloaded Chaku-Uta-Full® or Chaku-Uta® plays.
• This procedure is only an example for the purpose of
explanation and may differ from actual procedures.
Follow the instructions on the site from which you want
to download the data.
EZ News Flash/au one Gadget
EZweb Subscription Required
Basic Operations
Select the ticker field.
Check the news.
Press u on
the standby
screen.
Select the info pane.
Select the gadget
setting icon.
Check the
weather forecast.
Set
au one Gadget.
Setting EZ News Flash
The EZ News Flash is available free of charge. You have
only to make a few simple settings. After following the
procedure in "Initial Setup of E-mail and EZweb" on page
10, configure EZ News Flash settings. If you did not
configure the EZ News Flash settings at the time of the
initial setup, follow the steps below.
When the standby screen is displayed, select the
ticker field and then press c (OK).
➡ Follow the on-screen instructions.
The setup procedure is completed.
• When the standby screen returns, a message asking
you to wait for a while until the next update takes place
appears in the ticker field.
EZ News Flash/au one Gadget
Use the EZ News Flash/au one Gadget to display flash
news, or activate the set gadget on the standby screen.
You can check the news details and other information by
selecting the ticker field.
You can use the EZ News Flash and au one Gadget by
making a few simple settings following the EZweb initial setup.
• Packet communication charges are incurred for using
au one Gadget applications that require network
connection for information updates.
• The EZ News Flash information is updated at regular
time intervals. appears while receiving information.
• The EZ News Flash information is automatically
received at no charge. Note, however, that packet
communication charges may be incurred for manual
updates and connecting to EZweb sites. In this case,
a confirmation screen for network connection is
displayed.
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■ Canceling EZ News Flash
When the standby screen is displayed, select the
ticker field and then press c (News).
EZ News Flash/au one Gadget
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➡ Press % (メニュー [Menu]), use j to select
サービス設定解除 (Service Cancellation) and
then press c (選択 [Select]).
➡ Follow the on-screen instructions.
■ Changing the Reception Settings for
EZ News Flash Information
You can change the ring tone, vibrator and LED settings
under M216 NewsFlash Receive for reception of EZ News
Flash information.
If you do not want the ring tone to sound when receiving EZ
News Flash information, set the volume to OFF.
• You can configure the au one Gadget settings from the
gadget setting icon on the standby screen.
EZ Navi
EZweb Subscription Required
Using GPS (Global Positioning System), EZ Navi provides
useful positional information services.
When the standby screen is displayed, press R
and then use s to select the EZnavi.
• The packet communication charges for using EZ Navi
services apply to the amount of data sent and
received. Some services may require a separate
information fee.
• Before using EZ Navi, you must configure initial
settings of EZweb (page 10).
Security Navi to Check Where
Your Kids Are
The Security Navi application is made up of the following
three functions:
いつでも位置確認 (Auto Position Search [monthly charge]),
エリア通知 (Area Message [no monthly charge]),
位置確認メール (Position Search Mail [no monthly charge])
Using these functions, you can check the position of an au
cell phone that supports Security Navi; and automatically
send a notification to the specified au cell phones when you
enter (or are in) or leave (or are no longer in) the set area
within a predetermined period of time.
Passenger Seat Navi for People in the
Passenger Seat to Check the Route
Drivers are not allowed to use Passenger Seat Navi.
EZ Navi
Passenger Seat Navi guides the passengers to the
destination with the best route using voice and map.
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EZ Navi Walk for When You Go Out ■ View Your Current Location
Displays various useful menu items for when you are out.
ナビをする*1
地図を見る
(FREE)*1
Check out maps of your current
location and places you like to go.
乗換検索する
(FREE)*1*2
Search for train connections,
timetables and other public
transportation information.
The 現在地を調べる (View Your Current Location) option
displays the current map in real time.
道路情報を見る
Check out information on roads
throughout Japan in real time.
■ 3D Navi
Configure various settings. View
もっとナビウォーク information on services that are
available on PCs.
EZ Navi
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★ represents your initial location. As you
start moving, changes of your location are
tracked by continuous positioning and
indicated in real time by .
Voice guide leads the way to
your destination (音声ナビ [voice
navigation]).
Search for local stores or facilities.
インフォメーション
Sign up as a member or make an
inquiry.
*1 You can use your voice to configure your settings (Voice
input function).
*2 Some of the menu options require a monthly charge.
Shows a 3D view at guidance points and around the
destination area.
Evacuate Navi to Guide You Home or to
Nearby Evacuation Areas during Disasters
Nearby public evacuation areas or the direction to your
home can be determined using the map data pre-installed
on the CA002 (避難所マップ [Evacuate Area Map] ).
Other useful contents can be downloaded from the 災害時
ナビ (Evacuate Navi) section of the EZweb site.
• Some contents require a monthly charge.
• Use the information on the screen as a reference and
always follow the instructions of police, fire and other
municipal authorities.
• When using Evacuate Navi, checking your current
position may take more time than usual depending on
the status of the GPS satellites.
EZ Navi
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TV (1Seg)
EZweb Subscription Required
"1Seg", a mobile terrestrial digital television service in
Japan, is available on the CA002.
• The continuous viewing times of TV (1Seg) are as
follows. The figures vary according to the usage of
data broadcasts.
■ Using the Built-in TV Antenna
When watching TV (1Seg), take care to avoid covering the
built-in TV antenna with your hand in order to ensure proper
reception.
Built-in TV antenna
TV (1Seg)
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• Before using TV, you must configure initial settings of
EZweb (page 10).
• If you are watching TV indoors, you may be able to
improve the reception by moving closer to a window.
Using
earphones
DBEX ON:
Approx. 5 hrs 10 min.
DBEX OFF:
Approx. 5 hrs 20 min.
Using
the speaker
DBEX ON:
Approx. 5 hrs 0 min.
DBEX OFF:
Approx. 5 hrs 0 min.
Continuous
viewing time
• For information about the "1Seg" service, refer to the
following homepage.
The Association for Promotion of Digital Broadcasting
From a PC
http://www.dpa.or.jp/
From a cell phone
http://www.dpa.or.jp/1seg/k/
Initial Setup of au Media Tuner
Watching TV (1Seg)
To watch TV (1Seg) using the au Media Tuner, you need to
configure initial settings.
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down
g for at least one second.
When the standby screen is displayed, hold down
g for at least one second.
Disclaimer notes are displayed.
➡ Use j to check the disclaimer notes, use j
to select OK, and then press c (選択 [Select]).
The initial setting screen for using the au Media Tuner is
displayed.
• Follow the on-screen instructions to configure each
setting. Then, the screen for setting TV (1Seg)
channels appears.
➡ Use j to select オート設定(放送波) (Auto
(Broadcasting wave)) and then press c (選択
[Select]).
Use s/LR to change channels.
You can select TV (1Seg) and EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel
programs.
TV (1Seg)
Change channels one by one.
1ch
2ch
… 12ch
EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel
Program 16 …
Program 2
Program 1
• Before using this feature, you must configure au Media
Tuner initial settings (see the procedure on the left).
• Channels cannot be changed with
when the data
operation screen is displayed.
TV (1Seg)
Automatic channel scanning begins. When receivable
channels are found, the channel setup is completed.
• Select マニュアル設定 (Manual) to set the channel
manually.
■ To Change Channels
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Basic Operations
Launch TV (1Seg) to start receiving data broadcasts.
The data operation screen appears when a data broadcast
is received. Press & (Vol/Ch) on the data operation screen
to switch to the TV operation screen.
On the TV operation screen, pressing N switches the
display.
Data operation screen
TV operation screen
& (Vol/Ch)
& (戻る [Return])
TV (1Seg)
• On the TV operation screen, use
volume.
to adjust the
Exiting the au Media Tuner
Press F, use j to select はい (YES) and then
press c (OK).
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In Case of Loss of Your CA002
➡ Use j to select Direct Input, press c (OK),
enter a phone number, and then press c (OK).
The Remote Ctrl Lock allows you to remotely activate
the Auto Lock, FeliCa Lock, and Address Book Lock,
preventing others from using your cell phone.
➡ Press % (Comp).
Setting Conditions for Activating
the Remote Ctrl Lock
➡ Enter a time and then press c (Set).
When the standby screen is displayed, press c.
➡ Use a to select Function and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Privacy/Rstr and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Security Lock and then press
c (Select).
➡ Use j to select Rem. Ctrl Lock and then press
c (Select).
• This sets the time limit for receiving the set number of
calls after the first call is received.
• You can set a time from one to ten minutes.
➡ Use j to select No. of Incm, and then press
c (Select).
➡ Enter a number of calls, and then press
c (Set).
• This sets the number of calls to receive to activate the
Remote Ctrl Lock.
• You can set a number of calls from three to ten.
➡ Press % (Save).
➡ Use j to select YES and then press c (OK).
➡ Enter Lock No., and then press c (OK).
Remotely Activating the Remote
Ctrl Lock on Your CA002
➡ Use j to select Valid No. and then press
c (Select).
Call the CA002 from the registered phone number
repeatedly within the set time limit.
➡ Use j to select [Register New] and then press
c (Select).
• When the specified number of calls are received, the
Remote Ctrl Lock is activated and a message plays
telling you that the cell phone is locked.
In Case of Loss of Your CA002
You can activate the Remote Ctrl Lock by calling your
CA002 a set number of times from a registered phone
number within a specified period of time.
➡ Use j to select Duration (min) and then press
c (Select).
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Activating the Remote Ctrl Lock
by the Security Lock Service
Even if the Remote Ctrl Lock is not set in advance, the
Remote Ctrl Lock can be activated by calling au Customer
Service Center or completing the application process on au
Customer Support from a PC.
The Security Lock Service is available free of charge.
■ Calling au Customer Service Center for
In Case of Loss of Your CA002
Activating/Canceling the Remote Ctrl
Lock
From an au cell phone: 113 without a prefix (toll free)
From any other cell phone or fixed-line phone:
0077-7-113 (toll free)
Open 24 hours
Follow the voice guidance to complete the application
process.
■ Activating/Canceling the Remote Ctrl
Lock from a PC
Login to au Customer Support (https://cs.kddi.com/) and
complete the application process by following the onscreen instructions.
• The Remote Ctrl Lock cannot be activated when
the CA002 is turned off or out of the service area, or
Emission OFF is set to ON.
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• You must fill out an application to use au Customer
Support (the application can be filled out even after
your cell phone is lost).
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
Page
Charge the battery pack.
8
● Did you hold down F for at least a
few seconds?
Hold down F for at least a few seconds.
10
● Is power turned on?
Hold down F for at least a few seconds.
10
● Is
Move to a location where
(out of range
indicator) is no longer displayed, and try
again.
10
● Is your hand or a metal object covering
the area around the built-in antenna?
Make sure your hand or any other metal
object is not covering the area around the
built-in antenna.
7
● Did you enter the phone number starting
with the area code?
When making a call to a phone other than
a cell phone, you need to enter the area
code even if you are inside the same area.
16
● Is
(out of range
Move to a location where
indicator) is no longer displayed.
10
● Is power turned on?
Hold down F for at least a few seconds.
10
● Is power turned on?
Hold down F for at least a few seconds.
10
A warning tone sounds ● Is there enough power left in the battery
and power turns off.
pack?
Charge the battery pack.
8
Calls are answered
automatically.
Hold down C for at least one second to
turn off Answer memo.
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Cannot turn on
power.
Cannot make calls.
Cannot receive calls.
No response when a
key is pressed.
(out of range indicator) displayed?
(out of range indicator) displayed?
● Is Answer memo turned on?
Troubleshooting
● Is the battery pack charged?
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Symptom
Remedy
Page
● Is the earpiece volume too low?
Press u during a call to increase the
earpiece volume.
18
When making a call,
a beeping sound
is heard from the
earpiece and a
connection cannot be
established.
● Is
(out of range indicator) displayed?
Or are you in a location where the signal
is too weak?
(out of range
Move to a location where
indicator) is no longer displayed.
10
● Is the wireless line busy or is the phone
you are calling on another line?
End the call and try again later.
16
The LED indicator
flashes but the ring
tone does not play.
● Is manner mode turned on?
Hold down ( for at least one second to
turn off manner mode.
18
● Is
Increase the volume of the incoming call
ring tone.
19
Cannot hear the
other party.
Cannot charge the
battery pack.
Troubleshooting
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Possible Cause
When the camera is
activated, no subject
is displayed.
(ring tone off indicator) displayed?
● Is the battery pack installed properly?
Install the battery pack properly.
● Are the plug and connector of the AC
adapter inserted properly?
Insert the plug and connector firmly.
● Is a finger or other object covering the
camera lens?
Check the position of the camera lens and
remove the obstacle.
• For more detailed information, visit the following au troubleshooting sites:
- From an au cell phone: R ⇒ au one Top ⇒ auお客さまサポート (au Customer Support) ⇒
オンラインマニュアル (Online Manual) ⇒ 故障診断Q&A (Troubleshooting FAQ)
- From a PC: http://www.kddi.com/customer/service/au/trouble/kosho/index.html
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Index
Numeric
1Seg ………………………………………………………… 42
A
Accessories …………………………………………………… 6
Address book ……………………………………………… 24
Dialing ……………………………………………………… 24
Editing ……………………………………………………… 24
Saving ……………………………………………………… 24
Saving a phone number from the incoming or outgoing history … 25
Answer memo ……………………………………………… 19
Playback …………………………………………………… 19
Turning off ………………………………………………… 19
Turning on ………………………………………………… 19
au one Gadget ……………………………………………… 37
Gadget setting icon ……………………………………… 37
Character input ……………………………………………… 21
Character entry modes…………………………………… 21
Deleting characters ……………………………………… 22
Entering characters from the same key ………………… 22
Starting a new line ………………………………………… 22
Charging the battery pack …………………………………… 8
Checking charges…………………………………………… 36
C-mail ………………………………………………………… 30
C-mail safety block ……………………………………… 30
Creating and sending …………………………………… 30
Reading received mail …………………………………… 30
Contents………………………………………………………… 4
D
Disaster Message Board Service …………………………… 3
Display …………………………………………………… 7,11
Domain ……………………………………………………… 14
Downloading Chaku-Uta ® ………………………………… 36
Downloading Chaku-Uta-Full ® …………………………… 36
E
Battery level ………………………………………………… 11
Battery pack ………………………………………………… 6,8
Battery pack/cover …………………………………………… 7
Earpiece volume ……………………………………………
E-mail …………………………………………………………
Creating and sending ……………………………………
Initial settings ………………………………………………
Reading received mail ……………………………………
Replying ……………………………………………………
Viewing attached images …………………………………
E-mail address ………………………………………………
Available characters ………………………………………
C
Camera ……………………………………………………… 31
Photo taking tips ………………………………………… 31
Taking a photo …………………………………………… 32
Cell phone etiquette …………………………………………… 2
18
27
27
10
28
28
28
10
21
Index
B
49
Changing …………………………………………………
Entering ……………………………………………………
Entering pictograms …………………………………………
Evacuate Navi ………………………………………………
EZ Navi ………………………………………………………
EZ Navi Walk …………………………………………………
EZ News Flash ………………………………………………
Canceling …………………………………………………
Changing the Reception Settings ………………………
Info pane ……………………………………………………
Setting ………………………………………………………
Ticker field …………………………………………………
EZ password …………………………………………………
EZweb ………………………………………………………
Accessing sites ……………………………………………
au one Top …………………………………………………
Basic operations …………………………………………
Initial settings ………………………………………………
Index
50
14
22
23
41
39
40
37
38
38
37
37
37
15
33
34
34
35
10
K
Key assignments ……………………………………………… 9
L
Language …………………………………………………… 10
Learning the basics …………………………………………… 9
Lock No. ……………………………………………………… 15
M
Mail ……………………………………………………………
C-mail ………………………………………………………
E-mail ………………………………………………………
Mail filters ……………………………………………………
Simple settings ……………………………………………
Main menu ……………………………………………………
Manner mode ………………………………………………
27
30
27
29
29
12
18
I
N
Incoming history …………………………………………… 17
Indicators …………………………………………………… 11
Initial settings …………………………………………… 10,43
au Media Tuner …………………………………………… 43
E-mail・EZweb …………………………………………… 10
TV (1Seg) ………………………………………………… 43
International Call …………………………………………… 16
Internet ……………………………………………………… 33
Sites ……………………………………………………… 34,35
Names of parts ………………………………………………… 7
Notification window ………………………………………… 10
O
One-ring calls ……………………………………………… 17
Outgoing history …………………………………………… 17
P
Pair Function …………………………………………………
Making a call to a pair partner …………………………
Registering a pair partner ………………………………
Sending mail to a pair partner……………………………
Passenger Seat Navi ………………………………………
Passwords ……………………………………………………
Phone (call) …………………………………………………
184/186 ……………………………………………………
Answering …………………………………………………
International Call …………………………………………
Making………………………………………………………
Returning …………………………………………………
Phone number ………………………………………………
Photos ………………………………………………………
Photo modes ………………………………………………
Taking ………………………………………………………
Viewing ……………………………………………………
Playback
Answer memo ……………………………………………
Premium EZ password ……………………………………
S
26
26
26
26
39
15
16
16
17
16
16
17
10
31
31
32
32
19
15
R
15
46
39
11
13
34
35
35
29
12
T
Troubleshooting ……………………………………………
Turning on/off power ………………………………………
TV (1Seg) ……………………………………………………
Antenna ……………………………………………………
Basic operations …………………………………………
Changing channels ………………………………………
Exiting ………………………………………………………
Initial settings ………………………………………………
47
10
42
42
44
43
44
43
V
Viewing
Photos ……………………………………………………… 32
Index
Remote Ctrl Lock …………………………………………… 45
Ring tones
Changing the type………………………………………… 18
Changing the volume …………………………………… 19
Security code ………………………………………………
Security Lock Service ………………………………………
Security Navi …………………………………………………
Signal strength ………………………………………………
Simple menu …………………………………………………
Sites …………………………………………………………
Bookmarking ………………………………………………
Viewing from bookmarks …………………………………
Spam …………………………………………………………
Sub-display …………………………………………………
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For inquiries, call: au Customer Service Center
For general information and charges (toll free)
From fixed-line phones:
From au cell phones:
area code not required
PRESSING ZERO WILL CONNECT YOU TO AN OPERATOR
AFTER CALLING 157 ON YOUR au CELL PHONE.
For loss, theft or damage and operation information
(toll free)
From fixed-line phones:
From au cell phones:
area code not required
From EZweb:
Access Method
EZ▶au one Top▶auお客さまサポート (au Customer Support)
▶お問い合わせ (Inquiries)
・ Menus are subject to change without prior notice.
Cell phone and PHS operators collect and recycle unused
telephones, batteries and battery chargers at stores
bearing the
logo regardless of brand and manufacturer
to protect the environment and reuse valuable resources.
なるほど! au
みんなでつくる、auQ&Aサイト
Access Method
EZ▶au one Top▶auお客さまサポート (au Customer Support)
s Forum)
▶みんなでQ&A 「なるほど! au」 (au User’
Read this code for an easy
access to なるほど! au
(au User’
s Forum). ▶
・The packet communication
charge applies.
Read this code for
an easy access to
au Online Manual.
BMN6510YAA-1
April 2009, 1st Edition
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