取扱説明書 docomo PRIME series P-01B 英語

P-01B
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
’09.11
DOCOMO W-CDMA・GSM/GPRS System
Thank you for selecting the “docomo PRIME series P-01B”.
Read this manual before use to correctly operate your P-01B.
About operation explanation of P-01B
The operating procedures for the P-01B are also published
in electronic form as in “使いかたナビ (Guide)” that is
installed onto your FOMA terminal, and “Instruction Manual
(Detailed Version)” as a PDF. (In Japanese only)
Basic Package
⿠
⿠
Handset
Pack P20
⿠P-01B
⿠Battery
(With Warranty and Back Cover
P39)
NTT ドコモ
◆“Instruction Manual” (this volume)◆
Description of displayed content and operating
procedures for basic functions
⿠
Manual
⿠Instruction
◆“使いかたナビ (Guide)” (installed onto your FOMA terminal)◆
⿠
CD-ROM
⿠P-01B
Description of the outline of frequently used functions
and of operations
From the P-01B +m▶LifeKit▶使いかたナビ (Guide)
※This function is available in Japanese mode only.
⿠
page 87 for optional items that support this FOMA
⿠See
terminal.
◆“Instruction Manual (Detailed Version)” (PDF)◆
Use your personal computer to visit the following, and
download detailed information about all the functions
and their operating procedures. (In Japanese only)
http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/support/trouble/manual/
download/index.html
※Note that the URL and published contents may be modified
without notice.
For Using This Manual
⿠Note that “P-01B” is referred to as “FOMA terminal” in this manual.
⿠Most operating procedures and displays in this manual are described
with the default settings of the “Black” handset. Further, displays and
illustrations described in this manual are for reference. The actual
ones might differ.
⿠Most operating procedures and displays in this manual are described
when the FOMA terminal is in Normal Style.
Contents
Before Using······························18
FOMA Terminal·····································2
What You can Do With P-01Ba��������������3
Part Names and Functions···················4
Styles····················································6
Precautions···········································7
Handling Precautions·························15
Introduction
Character Entry·························29
Lock/Security·····························36
Basic
Operation
Charging, Power ON/OFF, etc.
Screen Explanation···················22
Viewing Display, etc.
Call Telephone···························40
Making a Call/Videophone Call,
Receiving a Call/Videophone Call,
Network Services, WORLD WING, etc.
i-mode/Full Browser··················54
Sound/Screen Setting···············31
Select Ring Tone, Display Setting, etc.
Mail··············································48
Send i-mode Mail, Deco-mail,
Decome-Anime, Receive i-mode
Mail, etc.
i-Channel····································57
Access Sites, Full Browser,
Viewing and Operating Sites
Camera·······································60
Shoot Still Images/Moving Pictures, etc.
1Seg············································62
Osaifu-Keitai/ToruCa
Store Phonebook, Edit Phonebook,
Delete Phonebook
Map/GPS·····································58
Music··········································65
i-αppli··········································67
Music&Video Channel, Music Player,
etc.
i-motion/Movie···························68
i-αppli/i-Widget
Play i-motion/Movie
Convenient Tools·······················71
i-concier······································70
Schedule, Alarm, Bar Code Reader,
Pedometer
Support·······································80
Appendix····································88
Troubleshooting, Warranty and
After-Sales Service, i-mode Fault
Diagnosis Site, Updating Software, etc.
Phonebook·································52
Check Your Location, Map
Application, AUTO-GPS Function,
etc.
Watch 1Seg, etc.
Osaifu-Keitai······························69
Security Codes, Various Lock
Functions, Reset to Default, etc.
Function List, Main Specifications,
SAR, Export Administration
Regulations, Intellectual Property Right
Data Management······················74
microSD Card, Bluetooth,
Infrared Communication,
iC Communication
Index·········································101
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1
Introduction
FOMA Terminal
2
⿠Because the FOMA terminal uses a radio wave, you cannot use it in places where the radio wave do not reach, where
it is weak even outdoors, or where are out-of-service area, such as inside tunnels, basements, or buildings. You might
not able to operate the FOMA terminal even when you are in a place with a fine view such as in a high-rise building or
apartment. Note that you may experience interruption of calls even if the three antennas respond to a strong radio wave,
and you remain without moving to use the FOMA terminal.
⿠Use the FOMA terminal carefully to avoid disturbing other people when in public, or in crowded or quiet places.
⿠Since the FOMA terminal uses radio waves as the medium of telecommunication, calls may be tapped by a third party.
However, the W-CDMA·GSM/GPRS system automatically supports tapping prevention, so your conversation will be
incomprehensible to the third party, because it is recognized as mere noise.
⿠The FOMA terminals change your voice into digital signals and send them to the other party. In places where the radio
waves are weak, the digital signals may not be converted correctly, and in such a case, the voice may sound different
from the actual original one.
⿠The user hereby agrees that the user shall be solely responsible for the result of the use of SSL/TLS. Neither DOCOMO
nor the certifiers as listed herein make any representation and warranty as for the security in the use of SSL/TLS. In the
event that the user shall sustain damage or loss due to the use of SSL/TLS, neither DOCOMO nor the certifiers shall be
responsible for any such damage or loss.
Certifiers: VeriSign Japan K.K., Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd., GlobalSign K.K., RSA Security Japan Ltd.,
SECOM Trust Systems Co., Ltd., Comodo CA Ltd, and Entrust, Inc.
⿠This FOMA terminal supports FOMA Plus-Area and FOMA High-Speed Area.
⿠The FOMA terminal can be used only via the FOMA network provided by DOCOMO and in DOCOMO’s roaming area.
⿠You are advised that you make separate notes of information (such as Phonebook entries, schedule events, text memos,
record messages, voice memos, movie memos) stored in the FOMA terminal and keep them in a safe place. Note that
we cannot be held responsible for the unlikely event of loss of the stored content due to a malfunction, repair, change of
your model, or other mishandling of the FOMA terminal.
⿠You are advised to save your important data on the microSD card. If you have a personal computer, you can
transfer and save data such as Phonebook entries, mail messages, schedule events, and others on the personal
computer by using DOCOMO keitai datalink.
What You can Do With P-01B
You can check “使いかたナビ (Guide)”
onscreen for how to operate a function
you want. Even when you do not have
the printed “Instruction Manual” at
hand, you can easily operate your
FOMA terminal by referring to it.
m▶LifeKit▶使いかたナビ (Guide)
Pedometer
▶P.73
○○ Railway
Suspension of the
service now...
Introduction
使いかたナビ (Guide)
Pedometer enables you
to confirm your pace and
calories burned. You
can also show your
pace on the Stand※This function is available in Japanese mode only. by display.
AUTO-GPS
The AUTO-GPS function
enables you to get
information about weather
forecast, shops, and tour
spots, where you are
currently around.
Camera
i-concier
▶P.59
▶P.60
Shot mode is automatically
selected to have a subject
shot clearly. (intelligent Auto)
International Roaming ▶
■ P.47
You can use the FOMA terminal
overseas the same way as you
use it in Japan, including phone
number and mail address. (3G/
GSM areas are supported.)
▶P.70
i-concier is a service that
enables you to receive
useful information from
a character (Machi-chara
image) on the Stand-by
display and download
schedule event (i-schedule)
files for your convenience.
Touchpad
▶P.28
You can smoothly operate
just by the sense of touch of
your fingers.
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Introduction
Part Names and Functions
❶
❷
�
❸
❶Light sensor
For sensing brightness (Do not
cover it with your hands or do
not put a sticker on it. Doing so
might disable you to detect the
brightness.)
❷■Earpiece
For listening to the other party’s
voice
❸Display
❹
❺
❻
❼
❽
❾
4
�
❹+lMail key
For showing the Mail menu
�
�
�
❺+rClear key/i-Widget key
�
❼+dStart key
For starting a call
�
�
�
❻+mMenu key
For showing the Main menu
❽+tTouchpad switch key
For turning on/off the Touchpad
❾■Microphone
For speaking to the other party
�Inside camera
For shooting photos of yourself
�+oCommand navigation key
For operating functions and
menus
�+ii-mode key/i-αppli key
�+cCamera key/1Seg key
�+hPower/End key
For turning on/off the power or
ending a call
�Numeric keys/Touchpad
For entering phone numbers
and text, selecting an item, or
moving the cursor by touchpad
�+xMulti key
For showing the Task menu
�Hook for Horizontal Open
Style
�Connector terminal
Integrated terminal for
connecting earphone or for
charging, etc.
For using earphone
Flat plug connector of the Flat-plug
Connect an optional
Earphone/Microphone with Switch
connector-terminal-compatible
earphone. When using a
connector-terminal-non-compatible
Earphone terminal (Flat-plug)
earphone, use an optional plug
Plug for the handset side
adapter for connection.
Example for connecting the Flat-plug Earphone/Microphone with Switch (option)
�Call/Charging indicator
Lights/flickers while you are receiving a
call or message, talking, or charging.
�
�1Seg antenna
For receiving 1Seg broadcasting
�
�Private window
�
�
�Outside camera
For shooting portraits and/or landscapes
�
�Infrared data port
For using infrared communication and
the infrared remote control
�
�fmark
Place this mark over a scanning device
when you use Osaifu-Keitai.
�
�
�
�
�
�
�
�
�Back cover
Remove this when attaching/removing
the battery pack, UIM, and microSD card.
�FOMA antenna
The FOMA antenna is embedded in the
handset. Do not cover the antenna with
your hand for better communication.
�■Strap hole
�
�Flash/Photo light
�Speaker
�■Charging terminal
�
Engage your fingertip
over the top of the
1Seg antenna, and
pull it until it stops.
Change the direction
the antenna inclines
in without putting
forcible pressure on.
Introduction
�
⿠To house the 1Seg antenna, do not do it
forcibly. Damage to the antenna could result.
Push the antenna until it stops, place it in
correct direction, and then bring it down for
housing.
�.<Side ▲ key
For turning up the earpiece volume during a call
�.>Side ▼ key
For turning down the earpiece volume during a call
�.gTV/Recording key
�.vShutter key
For shooting a subject by the camera
�One-push open button
For opening the FOMA terminal (Be careful not
to drop the FOMA terminal by the rebound when
opened.)
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Introduction
Styles
The P-01B comes with two styles.
■Normal Style
You can open the FOMA terminal easily by one-push key operation. (One-push Open)
⿠You can open it also manually without using the button.
⿠You need to close the FOMA terminal manually. If it does not close, open it fully and then close it.
One-push open button
■Horizontal Open Style
Open the display unit while you are softly depressing part A. Now you can watch 1Seg broadcast programs or
messages in Horizontal Open Style.
⿠When you open the display unit, ensure that the hook is correctly engaged. If the hook is not correctly engaged,
re-open the FOMA terminal after closing it once.
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<Correctly positioned>
Precautions
ALWAYS FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS
Danger
This symbol indicates that incorrect
handling will almost certainly cause
death or serious injury.
Warning
This symbol indicates that incorrect
handling poses a risk of causing
death or serious injury.
Caution
This symbol indicates that incorrect
handling poses a risk of causing
injury or damage to the product or
property.
■The following symbols show specific directions:
Denotes things not to do. (Prohibition)
Don’t
Do not
disassemble
Not wet
hands
Avoid
Water
Do
Denotes the units not to disassemble.
Introduction
■Before using the FOMA terminal, read these safety precautions
carefully so that you can use it correctly.
After reading the precautions, keep them in a safe place.
■Be sure to observe these safety precautions because they are
designed to protect you or those around you from causing
injury and to avoid unnecessary damage to the property.
■The symbols below indicate the levels of danger or damage
that can be caused if the particular precautions are not
observed.
Denotes wet hands not to touch with.
Denotes the places where not to use, and caution not to
wet it.
Denotes mandatory instructions (matters that must be
complied with).
Denotes the symbol to pull the power plug out of an
Pull the outlet.
power plug
out
■“Safety Precautions” are divided into the following six sections:
General precautions for FOMA terminal, batteries, adapters, and UIM....................................................... P.8
Precautions for FOMA terminal ................................................................................................................... P.9
Precautions for batteries............................................................................................................................ P.12
Precautions for adapters ........................................................................................................................... P.13
Precautions for UIM ................................................................................................................................... P.14
Notes on using near electronic medical equipment ................................................................................... P.14
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Introduction
General precautions for FOMA
terminal, batteries, adapters,
and UIM
With your FOMA terminal, use
the batteries and adapters
specified by NTT DOCOMO, INC.
Do
Danger
Do not use, store, or leave the
mobile phone or its accessories
in places with a high
Don’t temperature (such as near fire,
near heating appliances, inside
a kotatsu or near other furniture
with heating elements, in places
exposed to direct sunlight, or in
cars heated by the sun).
Do not Accidents such as fire, injury, or electric
disassemble shock, or malfunction may result. The
battery may leak, overheat, burst or catch
fire.
Do not wet the FOMA terminal
or accessories.
If liquids such as water or pet urine get
Avoid onto them, overheating, electric shock,
Water fire, malfunction, injury or others may
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result. Pay attention to the place of use
and the way of handling.
Do
Ensure that you use Osaifu-Keitai with
the FOMA terminal turned off when you
are in the vicinity of the gas station. (When
IC Card Lock is set, turn off the power
with the lock released.)
Warning
Do not place the batteries, the
FOMA terminal, adapters, or
UIM in cooking appliances such
Don’t as microwave ovens or highpressure containers.
The battery may leak, overheat, burst,
or catch fire. The FOMA terminal or the
adapter may overheat, smoke, or catch
fire, or its circuit parts may become
damaged.
The devices could be deformed or
malfunction, or the battery may leak,
overheat, burst, or catch fire, thus resulting
in the deterioration of performance and
shortening of the life of devices.
Also, part of the case could get heated,
causing bare skin burns.
Do not disassemble, modify or
solder the FOMA terminal or
accessories.
If you use any type of battery or adapter
other than the specified one, your FOMA
terminal, battery or other accessories
may leak, overheat, burst, catch fire or
malfunction.
Do not throw the FOMA terminal
or accessories, or subject them
to severe shocks.
Don’t
The battery may leak, overheat, burst, or
catch fire. Also, malfunction or fire may
result.
Be careful not to let
electroconductive materials
(metal pieces, pencil leads
Don’t etc.) contact with the charging
terminal or connector terminal.
Also, make sure that those are
not entered into the inside of
the FOMA terminal.
Short-circuit could cause fire or
malfunction of the FOMA terminal.
When you are in a place such as a
gas station where flammable gas
is generated, turn off the FOMA
terminal, and never do charging.
Otherwise, catching fire may
result.
Do
If odor, overheat, discoloration,
or deformation is detected
during use, battery charge, or
storage, immediately observe
the following:
1. Pull the power plug out of
the outlet or cigarette lighter
socket.
2. Turn off the power to the
FOMA terminal.
3. Remove the battery pack from
the FOMA terminal.
If you use the FOMA terminal and its
accessories as they are, overheat, burst,
or catching fire could result or the battery
could leak.
Caution
Do not place the FOMA terminal
or accessories on unstable
locations such as wobbly tables
Don’t or slanted locations.
The FOMA terminal or accessories may
fall, resulting in injury or malfunction.
Don’t
Precautions for FOMA terminal
Warning
Malfunction may result.
If children use the FOMA
terminal or accessories, a
guardian should explain the
safety precautions and correct
operations. The guardian
should also make sure that the
instructions are followed during
use.
Don’t
Do
Accidental swallowing or injury may
result.
Do
Be especially careful when
you use the FOMA terminal for
a long time with the adapter
connected.
If you use i-αppli programs, talk on the
videophone, watch 1Seg programs and
so on for a long time during charging,
the temperature of the FOMA terminal,
battery pack, or adapter might rise.
If you directly touch the part of high
temperature continuously, redness,
itching, rash, or low-temperature bare
skin burns may result depending on your
physical conditions or predisposition.
His/her eyes may possibly be affected.
Other infrared devices may operate
erroneously if the infrared data port is
pointed at them during transmission.
Do not shine the flash/photo
light close to eyes.
Otherwise, injury may result.
Keep out of the reach of babies
and infants.
Do not directly point the
infrared data port at someone’s
eyes during transmission.
Don’t
Doing so can damage eyesight. Also,
accidents such as injury might occur if
someone is startled or dazzled by the
light.
Do not put the FOMA terminal
in the place where it could be
affected by an expanded airbag,
Don’t e.g., on the dashboard.
If the airbag expands, the FOMA terminal
could hit you and others, causing
accidents such as injury and the FOMA
terminal could malfunction and become
damaged.
If you have any implanted
electronic medical equipment,
do not place your FOMA
Don’t terminal in a chest pocket or
inner pocket.
Do not allow liquids such as
water, or foreign materials such
as metal pieces or flammable
Don’t materials to get into the UIM or
microSD card slot of the FOMA
terminal.
Fire, electric shock or malfunction may
result.
Don’t
Do
Do not turn on the flash/photo
light to drivers of cars, and
others.
It disturbs driving, and accidents may
result.
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Do
Do not store in humid or dusty
places, or in high temperature
environments.
Turn off the FOMA terminal in
places where use is prohibited
such as in airplanes and
hospitals.
Otherwise, electronic devices and
electronic medical appliances may be
adversely affected. If the Auto Power ON
function is set, deactivate the setting,
then turn the power off.
For use inside medical facilities,
make sure that you comply with their
regulations.
You may be punished for using the FOMA
terminal in airplanes, which is prohibited
by law.
If the FOMA terminal is positioned close
to electronic medical equipment, it may
cause that equipment to malfunction.
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Introduction
Do
When talking with the FOMA
terminal set to Hands-free, be
sure to keep the FOMA terminal
away from your ear.
Further, when you play games
or play back music with
the earphone/microphone
connected, adjust the sound
volume to moderate volume.
Do
The FOMA terminal may possibly cause
these devices to malfunction.
※Electronic devices that may be
affected:
Hearing aids, implanted cardiac
pacemakers, implanted defibrillators,
other medical electronic devices, fire
alarms, automatic doors and other
automatically controlled devices.
If you use an implanted cardiac
pacemaker, implanted defibrillator or
any other electronic medical device,
consult the manufacturer or retailer
of the device for advice regarding
possible effects from the radio waves.
The excessive sound volume impairs
your hearing.
Further, accidents may result due to
the hardness of hearing of surrounding
sound.
Do
For those with weak heart
conditions, the vibrator and
ring volume must be adjusted
carefully.
Those functions may cause an effect on
the heart.
Do
If thunder starts to rumble
while you are using the FOMA
terminal outdoors, house the
antenna, turn off the power and
move to a safe place.
Otherwise, you could be struck by
lightning or suffer an electric shock.
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Turn off the FOMA terminal
when near electronic devices
using high-precision control or
weak signals.
Do
If the display part or camera
lens is broken, be careful about
broken glasses or the exposed
interior of the FOMA terminal.
Plastic panels are used for the surfaces
of the display part and camera lens so
that glasses do not easily get scattered,
however, pay attention not to erroneously
touch the broken part or interior.
Otherwise, injury may result.
Caution
Do not swing the FOMA
terminal by its antenna or strap.
Don’t
The FOMA terminal may hit you or
persons around you, and accidents such
as injury or malfunction and damage may
result.
Do not use in places crowded
with people.
Don’t
The antenna may hit against others,
causing an accident such as injury.
Do not use the FOMA terminal
with the damaged antenna.
Don’t
If the damaged antenna comes in contact
with your skin, an accident such as a
burn or injury could be caused.
When using the motion tracking,
ensure that you check around
you for safety, securely take
Don’t hold of your FOMA terminal,
and do not swing to an extent
more than necessitated.
The motion tracking is the function to
incline or swing the FOMA terminal for
operation. If you excessively swing your
FOMA terminal, it might happen that it
hits against persons or objects, resulting
in critical accidents or damage.
Don’t
Accidents such as injury or malfunction
and damage may result.
If you erroneously break the
display part and then crystal
liquid gets leaked, never take or
Don’t suck the liquid to or into your
mouth, or apply to skin.
If the crystal liquid gets into
the eyes or mouth, immediately
rinse it out with clean water and
then seek medical attention.
When it adheres to your skin
or clothes, immediately wipe it
away with alcohol etc., and then
rinse it out with water and soap.
Otherwise, the loss of eyesight or injury
to your skin may result.
Do not bring your ears close to
the speakers while a ring tone
sounds or a melody is played
Don’t back from the FOMA terminal.
Otherwise, your hearing could be
impaired.
Do not open the FOMA terminal
by pressing the one-push open
button near persons around you
Don’t or your face.
The FOMA terminal may hit you or
persons around you, causing accidents
and injuries.
Do
Do not use the FOMA terminal
with the hook for Horizontal
Open Style protruded.
Otherwise, injury may result.
Electronic devices in some
types of cars can be affected by
use of the FOMA terminal.
For safety’s sake, make sure not to use
the FOMA terminal inside such cars.
Do
Itching, rash or eczema may
be caused depending on
your physical conditions or
predisposition. If an abnormality
occurs, stop using the FOMA
terminal immediately, and then
seek medical attention.
Metals are used for the following parts:
Where it is used
Charging terminal
Material
Finishing
Phosphor Gold-plated finish
bronze
with nickel-plated
ground
Hook for Horizontal
Stainless Chrome-plated
Open Style
steel
finish with nickelplated ground
Metal part of the one- Aluminum Alumite
push open button
treatment
Metal part of the
PC
Evaporated
command navigation key
aluminum, hard
coating
Shutter key
Metal part of the
Private window side
Metal part
Middle
of the 1Seg
antenna
Lower
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When a metallic strap is
attached to your FOMA terminal,
be careful that it does not hit
Don’t against persons or objects
when using the motion tracking.
PC
Evaporated tin,
hard coating
Stainless
ー
steel
Nickel titan
ー
alloy
Root
Stainless
ー
steel
Hinge at Brass
Tin-and-cobaltbottom
plated
part
Screw (inside the
Steel
Nickel-plated
Back cover)
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Introduction
Do
Be careful not to get your finger
or a strap caught in the parts
when you close or open the
FOMA terminal.
Accidents such as injury or damage may
result.
Do
When you watch a 1Seg
program, watch in a place
bright enough taking a certain
distance from the display.
Do not use excessive force
to attach the battery to the
FOMA terminal even when you
Don’t cannot attach it successfully.
Also, check that the battery is
the right way round when you
attach it.
The battery may leak, overheat, burst or
catch fire.
Don’t
Type
Lithium-ion battery
Danger
Do not let any metal object
such as a wire come in contact
the battery terminals. Also do
Don’t not carry or store the battery
together with any metal objects
like a necklace.
The battery may leak, overheat, burst or
catch fire.
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Don’t
Do
Otherwise, the loss of eyesight may
result.
Do
The battery may leak, overheat, burst, or
catch fire. Also, malfunction or fire may
result.
The battery may leak, overheat, burst, or
catch fire. Also, malfunction or fire may
result.
Don’t
Warning
When any abnormality due to
external shock such as the
deformation or scratches by
Don’t dropping is found on the battery
pack, immediately stop using it.
Immediately stop using the
FOMA terminal and keep it away
from fire if the battery leaks or
emits an odor.
Be careful that your pets do not
bite into the battery pack.
The battery may leak, overheat, burst or
catch fire.
If the battery fluid gets into your
eyes, do not rub them. Flush
your eyes with clean water
and seek medical attention
immediately.
Otherwise, the battery may leak,
overheat, become damaged or catch fire.
The leaked battery fluid may ignite,
causing fire or burst.
The battery may leak, overheat, burst or
catch fire.
Do not pierce it with nails, hit it
with a hammer, or step on it.
Precautions for batteries
Description
Li-ion 00
Do
Do not throw the battery into
fire.
Otherwise, your visual acuity could be
reduced.
■
the description on the label of
■Check
the battery pack for the type of battery.
Do
If charging is not completed
at the end of the specified
charging time, stop charging.
Caution
An exhausted battery should
not be disposed of with other
waste.
The battery may catch fire or damage
the environment. After insulating the
battery terminals with tape, take the
unneeded battery to a handling counter
such as a docomo Shop or dispose of it
in accordance with local waste disposal
regulations.
Do not charge the wet battery.
The battery pack may overheat, catch
fire, or burst.
Don’t
Do
Skin injury may result.
Precautions for adapters
Warning
Do not use a damaged adapter
cord or power cord.
Don’t
Don’t
Electric shock, overheating or fire may
result.
Place the adapter and desktop
holder on a stable location
while charging. Do not cover or
Don’t wrap the adapter and desktop
holder in cloth or bedding.
The FOMA terminal may drop off, or
the adapter and desktop holder may
overheat, causing fire or malfunction.
Electric shock may occur.
Fire may result.
If it starts to thunder, do not
touch the FOMA terminal and
adapter.
Use the adapter at the specified
V AC.
Do
Fire, malfunction, electric shock or injury
may result.
Do not use the AC adapter
and desktop holder in steamy
places such as a bathroom.
The DC adapter is for use only
in a negative (-) grounded
vehicle. Do not use it in a
Don’t positive (+) grounded vehicle.
Don’t
Never short-circuit the charging
terminal when the adapter is
plugged into the power outlet
Don’t or cigarette lighter socket.
Also, never touch the charging
terminal with fingers or other
bare skin.
Don’t
Do not place something heavy
on the adapter cord and power
cord.
Electric shock or fire may result.
Do
Electric shock may result.
If a fuse of the DC adapter
has blown, replace it with a
specified fuse.
If you use an unspecified fuse, fire or
malfunction may result. For the specified
fuse, refer to each instruction manual.
Keep the power plugs dust-free.
Otherwise, fire may result.
Do
Do not touch the adapter cord
or power outlet with wet hands.
Not wet
hands
If you use it at a wrong voltage, fire or
malfunction may result. When using the
FOMA terminal overseas, use FOMA AC
adapter available overseas.
AC adapter: 100 V AC
DC adapter: 12/24 V DC
[For negative (-) grounded vehicles only]
AC adapter available overseas: 100 V to
240 V AC
[Connect only to household AC outlet]
Introduction
If the battery fluid comes in
contact with skin or clothes,
immediately stop using, then
rinse it out thoroughly with
clean water.
Do
When pulling the AC adapter
into the power outlet, firmly
plug it in, taking care not to
contact with metal straps or the
like.
Otherwise, electric shock, short-circuit or
fire may result.
You might be struck by lighting or suffer
an electric shock.
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Introduction
Do
When removing the adapter out
of the outlet or cigarette lighter
socket, do not forcibly pull the
adapter cord or power cord,
instead take hold of the power
plug and then pull.
If you pull the plug out by the cord, the
cord may be damaged, which could
result in electric shock or fire.
When the adapter is not to be
used for a long period of time,
unplug the power cord from the
Pull the outlet.
Notes on using near electronic
medical equipment
■
description below meets
■The
“Guidelines on the Use of Radiocommunication Equipment such as
Cellular Telephones – Safeguards for
Electronic Medical Equipment” by
the Electromagnetic Compatibility
Conference Japan.
Warning
power plug Otherwise, electric shock, fire, or
out
malfunction may result.
If liquids such as water get in
the adapter, unplug the power
cord immediately from the outlet
Pull the or cigarette lighter socket.
power plug Otherwise, electric shock, smoke or fire
out
may result.
Before cleaning, pull the
power plug out of the outlet or
cigarette lighter socket.
Pull the Otherwise, electric shock may result.
power plug
out
Precautions for UIM
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Do
Caution
Be careful not to touch the cut
surface of the UIM (IC portion)
when removing it.
You may hurt your hand or fingers.
Do
Do
Operation of an implanted cardiac
pacemaker or implanted defibrillator can
be affected by radio waves.
Do
Comply with the following
in hospitals or health care
facilities:
⿠ not carry the FOMA terminal into
⿠Do
operating rooms, intensive care units
(ICU) or coronary care units (CCU).
⿠
off the FOMA terminal in hospital
⿠Turn
wards.
⿠ there is any electronic medical
⿠If
equipment near you, turn off the FOMA
terminal even when in a location such
as a lobby.
with any regulations of hospital
⿠
⿠Comply
and health care facilities instructing you
not to use or carry in a mobile phone.
⿠ the Auto Power ON function is
⿠If
set,deactivate the setting, then turn the
power off.
Turn off the FOMA terminal in
crowded areas such as inside
trains during rush hour, as
someone with an implanted
cardiac pacemaker or implanted
defibrillator may be near you.
If you use an implanted cardiac
pacemaker or implanted
defibrillator, use the mobile
phone 22 cm or more away from
an implanted cardiac pacemaker
or implanted defibrillator.
Operation of an implanted cardiac
pacemaker or implanted defibrillator can
be affected by radio waves.
Do
Patients using electronic
medical equipment other
than implanted cardiac
pacemakers or implanted
defibrillators (outside medical
establishments for treatment
at home, etc.) should check the
influence of radio waves upon
the equipment by consulting its
manufacturer.
Operation of electronic medical
equipment can be affected by radio
waves.
Handling Precautions
General notes
The FOMA terminal, battery, adapter, and
UIM are not waterproofed. Do not use them in
environments, which are high in humidity such as
in bathrooms, and do not allow them to get wet
from rain. Furthermore, if carrying them against
your body, they become moist due to perspiration
and the internal parts may become corroded,
causing malfunction. If the parts are found to have
been damaged due to exposure to the liquids, any
repairs will not be covered by warranty, or repairs
may not be possible. This may be repaired at a
cost if repairs are possible.
■Use a dry soft cloth such as the one for
cleaning glasses to clean the equipment.
⿠ The screen of the FOMA terminal sometimes
has a special coating so that they are easier
to see. If you rub it roughly with a dry cloth, it
might be scratched. Take care of the way of
handling, and use only a dry, soft cloth such as
the one for cleaning glasses. If the screen is left
with water drop or stain adhered, smear may
be generated or the coating might peel off.
⿠ Do not use alcohol, thinner, benzene, detergent
orother solvents for cleaning, otherwise the
printing may be removed or discoloration may
result.
The soiled terminals deteriorate the connection
and might cause power discontinuity or incomplete
charging. Wipe the terminals with a cotton swab, etc.
Take care not to damage the terminals when
cleaning them.
■Do not place the FOMA terminal near an air
conditioner outlets.
Condensation may form due to rapid changes in
temperature, and this may corrode internal parts
and cause malfunction.
■Do not apply excessive force onto the
FOMA terminal and battery pack.
If you put the FOMA terminal in a bag along with
many other articles or sit with the FOMA terminal in
a clothes pocket, the display, internal circuitry and
the battery pack could be damaged or malfunction.
Also, if an external device is left connected to the
connector terminal (earphone/microphone terminal),
the connector could be damaged, or malfunction.
■Carefully read each instruction manual
attached to the FOMA terminal, adapter, or
desktop holder.
■Do not rub or scratch the display part with
metals.
Doing so might cause damage to the part,
resulting in trouble or malfunction.
Notes on handling the FOMA terminal
■Avoid using in extremely high or low
temperatures.
The FOMA terminal should be used within a
temperature range of 5°C to 35°C and a humidity
range of 45% to 85%.
■The FOMA terminal, if operated near landline phones, television sets, radios or other
devices that are in use, may affect them.
You should operate your FOMA terminal as
far away from such equipment as possible.
■It is recommended that you make separate
notes of the information stored in the FOMA
terminal and keep such notes in a safe place.
We take no responsibility for any loss of the stored
data items.
Introduction
■Do not wet the equipment.
■Occasionally clean the terminals of the
equipment using a dry cotton swab, etc.
■Do not drop the FOMA terminal or subject
it to strong impacts.
Malfunction or damage may result.
■Do not insert an external device to the
connector terminal (earphone/microphone
terminal) at a slant when connecting, and
do not pull it out when it is inserted.
Malfunction or damage may result.
■Make sure that nothing, such as a strap,
gets caught between the parts of the
FOMA terminal when you close it.
Otherwise, malfunction or damage may result.
■The FOMA terminal becomes warm
during use or charging but this is not an
abnormality. Use the FOMA terminal as it is.
■Do not leave the camera in places exposed
to direct sunlight.
Pixels may be discolored or burns may result.
■Usually, put the cover of the connector
terminal to use the FOMA terminal.
Dust or water might enter into the FOMA terminal,
causing malfunction.
■Do not use the FOMA terminal with the
back cover left removed.
The battery pack might come out, or malfunction
or damage may result.
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■ not apply an excessively thick sticker
■Do
onto the surfaces of the display, keys, or
buttons.
Introduction
Malfunction may result.
■
you are using the microSD card,
■While
never take it off or turn off the power to the
FOMA terminal.
Data may be erased or malfunction may result.
■ not place magnetic cards or similar
■Do
objects near the FOMA terminal or between
phone parts.
Magnetic data on cash cards, credit cards,
telephone cards and floppy disks, etc. may be
deleted.
■ not bring magnetic substances close to
■Do
your FOMA terminal.
Strong magnetic items might cause in erroneous
operation.
Notes on handling batteries
■
have a limited life.
■Batteries
Though it varies depending on the usage state,
you are advised to replace the battery if its usable
time is extremely short even when you fully charge
it. Make sure that you buy the specified battery.
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■
the battery in a place with an
■Charge
appropriate ambient temperature of 5°C to
35°C.
■
sure that the battery is charged when
■Make
you use the FOMA terminal for the first time
or have not used it for a long period of time.
■
usable time of the battery differs
■The
depending on the usage environment or its
remaining life.
■
on how the battery pack is
■Depending
used, it might swell as its operating life
becomes short, but this is not a problem.
■
the following points when you store a
■Note
battery pack over a long period:
⿠⿠Storage in a fully charged state (the state
immediately after charging is completed)
⿠⿠Storage with no battery power left (the state you
cannot turn on the power of the handset due to
battery drain)
These may lower the battery pack’s performance
and shorten its operating life.
You are advised to store the battery pack in the
state of two or three bars of battery icon indication
as a guide for when you store it for a long period.
Notes on handling adapters
■
the battery in a place with an
■Charge
appropriate ambient temperature of 5°C to
35°C.
■
the battery where:
■Charge
⿠⿠There is very little humidity, vibration, and dust.
⿠⿠There are no land-line phones, television sets or
radios nearby.
■
you are charging, the adapter may
■While
become warm. This is not a malfunction,
so you can keep on using.
■ not use the DC adapter for charging the
■Do
battery when the car engine is not running.
The car battery could go flat.
■
using the power outlet having the
■When
disengaging prevention mechanism,
observe the instructions given in that
instruction manual.
■ not give a strong shock. Also, do not
■Do
deform the charging terminal.
Malfunction may result.
Notes on handling the UIM
■
use more force than necessary when
■Never
inserting/removing the UIM.
■
UIM may become warm during use,
■The
but this is not a sign of a malfunction.
Continue using it as it is.
■
warranty does not cover damage
■The
caused by inserting the UIM into some
other types of IC card reader/writer.
■
keep the IC portion clean.
■Always
■
a dry soft cloth such as the one for
■Use
cleaning glasses to clean the equipment.
■ is recommended that you make separate
■It
notes of the information stored on the UIM
and keep such notes in a safe place.
We take no responsibility for any loss of the stored
data items.
■
the environmental protection, bring
■For
any unneeded UIMs to a handling counter
such as a docomo Shop.
■
using in extremely high or low
■Avoid
temperatures.
■ not damage, carelessly touch, or short■Do
circuit the IC.
Data might be lost or malfunction may result.
■ not drop the UIM or subject it to strong
■Do
impacts.
Malfunction may result.
■ not bend the UIM or place something
■Do
heavy on it.
Malfunction may result.
■
the FOMA terminal, do not insert the
■Into
UIM with a label or sticker pasted.
Malfunction may result.
Notes on using Bluetooth function
2.4 FH 1
2.4
FH
1
: Indicates radio facilities that use 2400
MHz frequencies.
: Indicates the modulation system is the
FH-SS system.
: Indicates that a supposed coverage
distance is 10 meters or less.
: Indicates that all radio frequencies 2400
MHz through 2483.5 MHz are used, and
that the frequencies for mobile object
identifiers shall not be avoided.
Bluetooth operates at radio frequencies
assigned to the in-house radio stations for
mobile object identifiers that have to be
licensed and are used in production lines of
a factory, specific unlicensed low power radio
stations, and amateur radio stations (hereafter,
referred to “another radio station”) in addition
to scientific, medical, industrial devices, or
home electric appliances such as microwave
ovens.
1.Before using this product, make sure that
“another radio station” is not operating
nearby.
2.If radio interference between this product
and “another radio station” occurs, move
immediately to another place or turn off
power to avoid interference.
3. For further details, contact “docomo
Information Center” on the back page of this
manual.
Notes on handling the FeliCa
reader/writer
■
FeliCa reader/writer function on the
■The
FOMA terminal uses very weak radio
waves which do not require to be licensed
as radio stations.
■
FeliCa reader/writer is operated on
■The
the 13.56 MHz frequencies. When you use
another reader/writer nearby, take enough
distance between your FOMA terminal and
the reader/writer. Further, ensure that there
are no radio stations that use the same
frequencies.
■■
Caution
■ not use the modified FOMA terminal.
■Do
Using a modified FOMA terminal infringes
the Radio Law.
The FOMA terminals are granted technical
regulations conformity certification as the specified
radio equipment under the Radio Law and bear a
” on the nameplate
“technical conformity mark
as evidence of conformity. Unscrewing the FOMA
terminal and modifying internal components void
the technical regulations conformity certification.
Do not use the FOMA terminal in this state, which
infringes the Radio Law.
Introduction
■ the security for communication using
■As
the Bluetooth function, the FOMA terminal
supports the security function that meets
the Bluetooth Specification. However, the
security may not be sufficient depending
on the configuration. Take care of the
security for communication using the
Bluetooth function.
■
that even if any leak of data or
■Note
information occurs while making
connection using the Bluetooth function,
we take no responsibility.
■
the FOMA terminal, you can use the
■With
following: Headset, Hands-Free, Audio,
Dial-up Communication, Object Push, and
Serial Port. With Audio, you might be able
to use Audio Video Remote Control. (Only
with the compatible Bluetooth devices)
■
frequencies
■Radio
The radio frequencies the Bluetooth
function of the FOMA terminal uses are as
follows:
■
on Using Bluetooth Devices
■Cautions
■ especially careful not to operate the
■Be
FOMA terminal while driving.
You will be imposed punishment if you use the
mobile phone in your hand while driving. If you
answer a call out of necessity, tell the caller with
Hands-free that you will call him/her back, park
your car to somewhere safe, and then dial.
■
the Bluetooth functions in Japan only.
■Use
The Bluetooth functions on the FOMA terminal
have been authorized in compliance with the radio
transmission standards in Japan.
You might be imposed punishment if you use
them overseas.
■
the FeliCa reader/writer functions in
■Use
Japan only.
The FeliCa reader/writer functions on the FOMA
terminal have been authorized in compliance with
the radio transmission standards in Japan.
You might be imposed punishment if you use
them overseas.
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3
Before Using
Attaching UIM (FOMA Card)/Battery Pack
Basic Operation
1
2
Remove the back cover.
While pressing the “
” in
direction A, slide the back
cover (2 mm or more) in
direction B to unlock it.
Insert the UIM.
With the golden IC surface
downward, push the UIM slowly
to the end while pressing
surface.
⿠Take care not to damage the
IC portion.
When you remove the UIM
Pull it out slowly while sliding.
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About UIM
The UIM is an IC card that holds your
information such as phone numbers.
You cannot use the FOMA terminal for
communications such as voice/videophone
calls, i-mode, or sending/receiving mail,
unless the UIM is inserted.
Attach the battery pack.
Projection
With the arrow mark facing up,
fit the tab side of the battery
pack to the FOMA terminal
Arrow mark
securely, and then push the
battery pack in direction B while pressing it against
direction A.
When you remove the battery pack
Engage your claw on the projection of the battery
pack, and lift it up.
Cut
4
Attach the back cover.
Put the back cover to the
FOMA terminal as illustrated,
and while pressing the
whole part of the back cover
downward, slide it in the direction of the arrow to
attach it.
⿠Confirm there is no gap between the back cover
and the FOMA terminal.
⿠You cannot use the UIM (blue) on your FOMA
terminal. If you have that blue one, have it replaced at
a docomo Shop.
Charging
Call/Charging indicator
Lock claw
Stopper
Plug the connector of the AC Adapter (option) horizontally
with its engraved side facing down into the connector
terminal of the Desktop Holder (option).
2
Pull out the AC Adapter’s plug, and plug it into a
household power socket of 100 V AC.
3
Put the bottom of the FOMA terminal into the stopper of
the desktop holder (A) to fit the head to the lock claw, and
then depress the FOMA terminal until it clicks (B).
Engraved
Desktop Holder
surface
(down side)
Power socket
AC Adapter’s
plug
⿠Be sure to charge the FOMA terminal with the FOMA terminal closed.
⿠Be careful that a commercial strap is not caught between the FOMA
terminal and desktop holder.
4
AC Adapter
When charging is completed, hold the desktop holder
with fingers and lift up the head of FOMA terminal to
remove.
When Charging Only with the AC Adapter
Cover
Release buttons
Connector
terminal
Engraved surface
Insert the connector with the engraved
surface facing up until it clicks. Pull straight
the connector out while pressing the release
buttons.
⿠To charge the battery, place the cover of
the connector terminal as illustrated.
Pull out the cover of the connector terminal
in direction A, and turn it in direction B.
⿠For detaching, pull out the
connector horizontally while
pressing the release buttons.
Malfunction could result if you
try to pull it forcibly.
⿠When charging starts, the Call/
Charging indicator lights in red.
When charging is completed, it
turns off.
Basic Operation
Connector
terminal
1
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Turning Power ON
Basic Operation
1
Press and hold -h for at
least one second.
After the Wake-up display is
displayed, the Stand-by display
appears.
To turn power off
Press and hold -h for at least
two seconds.
The Initial Setting display appears when
any of items through step 1 to step 5 at
right have not been initialized.
In that case, follow onscreen instructions.
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Configuring Initial Setting
The Initial Setting display appears when you turn on
the power for the first time.
1
Set the date and time.
2
Set your Terminal Security Code.
3
Set Keypad Sound.
4
Set Location Request Set.
5
Set the size of fonts.
You can set the date and time. You can also correct
the date and time automatically.
You can set your Terminal Security Code required for
setting functions.
⿠“0000” is set at purchase.
You can select whether to let a keypad sound play.
You can select whether to notify your current location
for when a GPS location provision request arrives.
You can set the size of fonts on the display at a time.
Checking Your Own Phone Number
1
+m from the Stand-by
display▶Phonebook
▶Own number
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶設定/サービス (Set./Service)
▶ディスプレイ (Display)
▶バイリンガル (Select language)
2
Own number
Select “English ((英語)”.
⿠When you install the UIM onto the FOMA terminal,
the “バイリンガル(Select language)” setting is saved
on the UIM.
Basic Operation
You can press +No to switch the
tabs.
⿠From the display on the right,
press +l(
) to store your
name, mail address, etc.
You can check your own phone
number also by pressing +m+0
from the Stand-by display.
Switching to English Display
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Screen Explanation
Viewing Display/Icon
Battery level (estimate)
Status icon
Basic Operation
········ Vibrator is set.
Full
Low
is shown, charge the battery.
⿠When
⿠Depending on the usage
state, the battery level indication
might significantly vary.
Radio waves reception level
(estimate)
Strong
Weak
······· You are out of the FOMA
service area or radio waves
do not reach.
·········· Unread i-mode mail or SMS
messages exist.
········ New i-concier information
exists.
········· A microSD card is inserted.
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·········· A Bluetooth device is
connected.
········ Ring Volume is set to
“Silent”.
········ In Manner Mode
···· An alarm is set.
········· View Blind is set.
········ The number of record
messages
········· The number of videophone
record messages
Here are given descriptions of the main icons. For
descriptions of other icons appearing in the display,
you can get them following the procedures as shown
below:
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶使いかたナビ (Guide)▶表示アイコン説明 (Icons)
※This function is available in Japanese mode only.
Notification icon
········ Missed call
········· Record message
········· Videophone record
message
Desktop icon
········ 使いかたナビ (Guide)
········ i-concier
········· Dictionary
·········· Pedometer
Proceed to respective functions from icons
You can proceed to respective functions from “Status
icon”, “Notification icon”, and “Desktop icon”.
1. +Oo from the Stand-by display
▶Use +Mo to highlight an icon▶+Oo(
)
When you close the FOMA terminal, the Stand-by
display appears on the Private window. While you are
talking, making or receiving a call, or when you press
a side key with the FOMA terminal closed, information
appears on the Private window.
⿠When you press .< with the Stand-by display shown on
the Private window, displays on the Private window are
cleared.
⿠If you close your FOMA terminal while running a
function such as 1Seg, the function that is running
appears on the Private window. The Private window
shifts to the Stand-by display when a function that
cannot be displayed on the Private window is running.
Basic Operation
······· New i-mode mail or
SMS
Private Window
When a Missed Call is Found
When “
” is displayed on the Stand-by display, press .
v to display the latest detailed Missed Call display.
When you press .g, the Stand-by display returns.
⿠The Machi-chara image and desktop icons are not
displayed on the Stand-by display of the Private window.
⿠Even when a display for selecting “YES/NO” is shown
on the Private window, you may not operate with the
FOMA terminal closed.
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Navigation Displays and Key Operations
■Key Operations in Normal Style
Basic Operation
Key operations you can do while you are operating
a function are shown at the bottom of the display.
(Navigation displays)
■
assignments and basic navigation displays
■Key
+Zo
⿠
the cursor or
⿠Moves
highlighted display up.
(Hold down to scroll
continuously.)
⿠
the page up.
⿠Scrolls
+Vo
⿠
the cursor to the
⿠Moves
right.
⿠
forward page
⿠Scrolls
by page. (Hold down to
scroll continuously.)
+Oo
⿠
the operation.
⿠Fixes
+Co
Operations you can perform with the +l
❶
key.
❷
❸
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■
navigation key
■Command
Operations you can perform with the +m
key.
Operations you can perform with the +Oo
key.
Directions in which you can scroll and
select items with the +Mo key.
❹
Operations you can perform with the +c
key.
❺
Operations you can perform with the +i
key.
⿠
the cursor to the
⿠Moves
left.
⿠
back page by
⿠Scrolls
page. (Hold down to
scroll continuously.)
+Xo
⿠
the cursor or
⿠Moves
highlighted display
down. (Hold down to
scroll continuously.)
⿠
the page down.
⿠Scrolls
■Key Operations in Horizontal Open Style
Key assignments differ between Normal Style and
Horizontal Open Style. Follow and operate respective
Navigation displays.
<Example: Displaying the Function Menu on the Inbox
Folder list>
■ Normal Style
■In
Press +i.
+i
Basic Operation
Key operations you can do are shown the same way
as in Normal Style at the bottom of the display.
⿠
the vertical display is shown, you can operate the
⿠While
same way as in Normal Style even in Horizontal Open
Style.
⿠
when you have operated on the horizontal
⿠Even
display, the display might switch to the vertical display
depending on the function.
Difference in key operations
■ Horizontal Open Style
■In
Press +c.
+c
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■Horizontal Open Menu
Menu Operation
■Main Menu
Press +m from the Stand-by display to show Main Menu.
Basic Operation
Menu icon
Stand-by display
Main Menu
Menu icon name
In this manual, the
item names shown
here are described
in operating
procedures, etc.
).
Use +Mo to highlight a menu icon and press +Oo(
Functions categorized by every menu item are displayed.
Repeat selecting items to call up the target function.
⿠
can press -r to return to the previous display.
⿠You
When you press -h from any display, the Stand-by
display returns.
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⿠
can display some functions by pressing +m +
⿠You
menu number from the Stand-by display.
⿠
“Function List” for the menu items and menu
⿠See
numbers of each function. (See page 88)
⿠ this volume, the descriptions of operating procedures
⿠In
are given primarily starting with the Stand-by display.
Press +m from the horizontal Stand-by display to
open Horizontal Open Menu that enables you to
quickly access the functions that are available to the
horizontal display.
⿠
operating
⿠Some
procedures and menus
shown on the Horizontal
Open Menu differ from
those on the display in
Normal Style as described
in this manual.
■Simple Menu
Simple Menu is a menu focusing on only basic
functions for easy operation. By setting “Menu icon
setting” to “Simple menu”, you can show the Simple
Menu by pressing +m from the Stand-by display.
⿠
operating procedures or items
⿠Some
which appear on the display in Simple
Menu differ from the ones described in
this manual.
Function menu
When “
” is displayed at the lower right of the
display, you can use functions such as Store, Edit, and
Delete by pressing +i.
<Example> Display the Function menu of a Phonebook
entry
You can either start a function by selecting a menu
item on the menu or can start it by simple key
operation in the Stand-by display or with the FOMA
terminal closed, depending on the function.
The following are the functions you can start by
pressing keys for at least one second.
■
from the Stand-by display
■Operations
Key
Performance
-Xo
Shows the Registration display for Phonebook entries.
+l
Executes Check New Messages.
+i
Shows the Software list.
+c
Starts 1Seg.
-5
Switches “Lighting” of Backlight on/off.
-8
Switches View Blind on/off.
-a
Activates/Deactivates Public mode (Drive mode).
-s
Activates/Deactivates Manner Mode.
.v
Activates the camera in Photo Mode.
Basic Operation
+i
Functions start to work by simple operation
■
while the FOMA terminal is closed
■Operations
Key
Performance
.>
Activates/Deactivates Manner Mode
.g
Starts 1Seg
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Basic Operation
Using Touchpad
You can use the Touchpad, in stead of pressing +Oo or +Mo, for moving the cursor or scrolling the display.
Press -t to switch between ON/OFF of the Touchpad. When switched to ON, the Touchpad lamp lights in blue.
⿠You can also use the Touchpad in Horizontal Open Style.
■Slide and stop
With your finger placed on the Touchpad,
move your finger up/down and left/right,
and then stop.
The same as pressing +Mo consecutively.
Touchpad
Touchpad
switch key
■Lets tap
Tap the Touchpad.
The same as pressing +Oo.
⿠To tap, do it softly around -5. If you
tap the ends of the Touchpad, your tap
is not sensed.
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■Slide and leave
With your finger placed on the Touchpad,
move your finger up/down and left/right,
and then detach.
The same as pressing +Mo.
Touchpad
lamp
When you access a site using i-mode or Full Browser
You can move the pointer even to slide at
a slant.
With your finger placed on the right end
of the Touchpad, slide it up or down
to scroll the display vertically. With
your finger placed on the bottom of
the Touchpad, slide it left or right to scroll the display
horizontally.
⿠You can slide the right end or lower end to scroll the
display even in Horizontal Open Style.
⿠You might not be able to operate the Touchpad
depending on the site or i-αppli program. If you
cannot, use +Oo or +Mo to operate.
Character Entry
You can enter characters on the Registration display for Phonebook entries or the Composition display for
mail messages.
1
Switch between input modes.
),
3
Convert/fix characters.
1. Press +No to specify the area
to be converted.
2. Press +Bo to move the cursor
onto the candidate list.
3. Press +Mo to select a
conversion candidate.
4. Press +Oo to fix the character.
abc: Alphabet input mode
123: Numeral input mode
漢: Kanji/Hiragana input mode
カナ: Katakana input mode
2
Enter characters.
By repeatedly pressing a numeric key, you can
enter other characters assigned to the key.
<Example> When you press +2
Kanji/Hiragana input mode
「か→き→く→け→こ」
Katakana input mode
「カ→キ→ク→ケ→コ→2」
Alphabet input mode
「a→b→c→A→B→C→2」
Numeral input mode
「2」
Basic Operation
Each time you press +l(
input modes are switched.
Other key operations
): Enter pictograms.
+m(
+c(
): Enter smileys.
+s(for at least one second): Enter symbols.
-a: Enter a line feed.
(You can switch between uppercase and
lowercase or enter “ ゛” and “ ゜” by pressing this
key after you enter a character.)
-d(for at least one second): Undo the fixed/erased
characters.
-r: Clear text.
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Basic Operation
<Example> Entering “タダの菓子” in a text memo.
1
+m from the Stand-by
display▶Stationery
▶Text memo
▶Select <Not recorded>.
3
Use +Co to move the
“の”.
cursor onto “
2
Enter hiragana characters
in Kanji/Hiragana input
mode.
4
Use +Bo to move the
cursor onto the candidate
list▶Use +Mo to highlight
“タダの” and press
).
Oo(
5
Use +Bo to move the cursor onto the
candidate list▶Use +Mo to highlight
“菓子” and press Oo(
).
た→ Press -4 once and +Vo
once.
だ→ Press -4 once and -a
once.
の→ Press -5 five times.
か→ Press -2 once.
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し→ Press -3 twice.
⿠When a character on the same key comes after a
character such as “あ” and “い”, press o
to move
V+
the cursor, and enter the next character.
Sound/Screen Setting
Changing Ring Tone
<Example> Changing the ring tone for incoming voice
calls
Adjusting Ring Volume
<Example> Adjusting the ring volume for incoming
voice calls
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Sound
▶Select ring tone
2
2
Select “Phone”.
3
3
⿠To set a ring tone for mail messages, videophone
calls, and so on, select the corresponding item.
Select “Select ring tone”.
) to check the content actually
⿠Press +l(
played back or displayed.
4
Select a type of ring tone.
5
Select a folder▶Select a ring tone.
Select “Phone”.
⿠To adjust ring volume for mail messages,
videophone calls, and so on, select the
corresponding item.
Use +Bo to adjust the volume.
Setting Vibrator
Basic Operation
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Sound▶Ring volume
You can set the vibrator to notify you of incoming calls.
<Example> Setting the vibrator for incoming voice calls
1
2
3
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Incoming call
▶Vibrator
Select “Phone”.
⿠To set a vibrator for mail messages, videophone
calls, and so on, select the corresponding item.
Select a pattern.
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Using Manner Mode
Setting Keypad Sound OFF
Basic Operation
Just by pressing a key, you can make a tone from the
FOMA terminal such as a ring tone, keypad sound,
and alarm sound silence. When you start Manner
Mode, not a sound but the vibrator works to notify
you of incoming calls or messages.
1
Press and hold -s for
at least one second from
the Stand-by display.
“ ” appears on the
Stand-by display.
To release
Perform the same operation.
Using Original
You can use “Original” to tailor your FOMA terminal to
how it works while Manner Mode is ON.
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶Set./Service
▶Incoming call▶Manner mode set▶Original
2. Set each item.
3. Press +l(
).
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You can silence a Keypad sound for when you press a
key.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Sound
▶Keypad sound
2
Select “OFF”.
Changing Displays
<Example> Changing the Stand-by display
1
2
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Display
▶Display setting
Select “Stand-by display”.
⿠To set a display for making/receiving calls, or
to show a battery icon, select the menu that
corresponds to that item.
3
Select a type of image.
4
Select a folder▶Select an image.
■Backlight
■View Blind
You can set Backlight to OFF. Then the display dims,
and the keys turn off.
You can make the display hard to see from people around.
1
Press and hold -5 for
at least one second from
the Stand-by display.
1
To release
Perform the same operation.
To set back to on
Perform the same operation.
When you do not use the FOMA terminal for a certain
period, Power Saver Mode clears away images on the
display, suppressing power consumption of the battery.
Follow the procedures as described below to specify
the time until when Power Saver Mode starts:
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶Set./Service
▶Display▶Backlight
2. Select “Lighting”▶Select “ON” or “OFF”.
3. Enter a time (seconds) until when Power Saver
Mode starts.
■Menu Icon Setting
Basic Operation
“ ” appears on the
Stand-by display.
“ ” appears on the
Stand-by display.
Power Saver Mode
Press and hold -8 for
at least one second from
the Stand-by display.
You can select a pattern of the Main Menu display.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶+l(
)
2
Select a pattern.
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■Font Size Setting
You can change font sizes at a time.
Basic Operation
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Display
▶Font size setting
2
Select “Set at one time”.
3
Select a font size.
⿠You can also specify a font size for each function
such as “Mail” or “Phonebook”.
■Set to Machi-chara
A Machi-chara image appears to tell you missed calls,
new mail messages, new i-concier information and
others.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Display▶Machi-chara
▶Set to Machi-chara
2
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Highlight a Machi-chara image and
press +l(
).
Kisekae Tool
You can set the ring tone, Stand-by display, menu
icons and others at a time.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Kisekae
2
Highlight a Kisekae Tool file and
press +l(
).
3
Select “YES”.
⿠Some menu configurations change according to
the usage frequency depending on the type of the
menu.
Reset Menu Icons to Default
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶+i(
▶Reset
2. Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶“Reset menu screen”▶Select “YES”.
)
Changing Illumination
You can select a pattern of the illumination for
incoming calls or messages, or talking at a time.
2
Select “All illum. setting”.
3
Select a pattern.
⿠To select a pattern of illumination separately for
incoming calls or messages, or talking, select it for
each.
The indicator lights/flickers in
the set pattern when a voice
call or message comes in.
With the FOMA terminal closed, you can check for
missed calls, new mail and others.
1
Press .> while the FOMA terminal
is closed.
Double-beep tone:
You have a missed call or new mail.
(The Call/Charging indicator lights.)
Triple-beep tone:
You have no missed calls or new mail.
(The Call/Charging indicator flickers.)
Basic Operation
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Illumination
Checking Missed Calls and New Mail
by Tone and Call/Charging Indicator
⿠When “Info notice setting” is set to “ボイス (voice)”
on the Japanese display, a voice message
announces that you have a missed call or new
mail.
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Lock/Security
Basic Operation
Various Security Codes
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■Caution on security codes
⿠You should avoid using the numbers for security codes
such as denoting your birth date, part of your phone
number, local address number, room number, “1111”
or “1234” that is easily decoded by a third party. Also
make sure that you take a note of the security codes
you have selected just in case you forget them.
⿠Take care not to let others know your security codes.
Even if your security codes are known and used by a
third party, we at DOCOMO take no responsibility in any
event for the resultant loss.
⿠If you do not remember your respective security codes,
you need to bring an identification card such as your
driver’s license, the FOMA terminal and UIM to
the handling counter of a docomo Shop.
For details contact “docomo Information
Center” on the back page of this manual.
■Terminal Security Code
“0000” at purchase
This is a four- to eight-digit numbers for deleting all
files or changing settings. When the display for
entering the Terminal Security Code appears, enter
your four- to eight-digit code and press +Oo(
).
To change
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶Set./Service
▶Lock/Security▶Change security code.
■Network Security Code
Determining at the time of contract
This is a four-digit numbers required for your identification
when you place an order for at a docomo Shop, docomo
Information Center, or “お客様サポート (User support)” site,
or when you use respective network services.
To change
From i-mode, you can change your Network Security
Code from “各種設定
(確認・変更・利用)[Respective
settings (Confirmation/Change/Use)]” on “お客様サポート
(User support)”.
■i-mode Password
“0000” at the time of your contract
This is a four-digit numbers required for registering/
deleting My Menu, applying for/canceling Message
Services or i-mode pay services, etc.
To change
From i-mode, you can change your i-mode password by
selecting “iMenu” → “English” → “Options”
→ “Change i-mode Password”.
■PIN1 Code/PIN2 Code
“0000” at the time of your contract
To change
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶Set./Service
▶Lock/Security▶UIM setting
2. Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “Change PIN1 code” or “Change PIN2 code”.
⿠You need to have set “PIN1 code entry set” to “ON” to
change the PIN1 code.
■PUK (PIN Unblock Code)
The PUK (PIN unblock code) is the eight-digit
numbers for releasing the PIN1 code and PIN2
code locks. It is on your contract application form
(counterfoil) that is handed over to you at the time of
purchase. You cannot change this code by yourself.
⿠If you enter a wrong PUK (PIN unblock code) 10 times
in succession, the UIM is locked.
■PIN1 Code Entry Set
You can set the FOMA terminal not to work unless
you enter your PIN1 code when turning the power on.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Lock/Security
▶UIM setting
2
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “PIN1 code entry set”.
3
Select “ON”▶Enter the PIN1 code.
Basic Operation
The PIN1 code is a four- to eight-digit numbers for
checking the user each time the UIM is inserted into
the FOMA terminal or each time the FOMA terminal is
turned on, to prevent the unauthorized use by a third
party.
The PIN2 code is a four- to eight-digit numbers for
executing Reset Total Cost, using the user certificate
or applying for the issue of it.
When the PIN1 Code/PIN2 Code Entry display
appears, enter your four- to eight-digit PIN1 code/PIN2
code and press +Oo(
).
⿠If you enter a wrong PIN1 code/PIN2 code three times
in succession, it is locked and the FOMA terminal
cannot be used.
To release
Select “OFF”.
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Various Lock Functions
The FOMA terminal has the following lock functions:
Basic Operation
Lock All
You can do no operations other than
answering calls and turning on/off the
power.
IC Card Lock You cannot use the Osaifu-Keitai, ToruCa
download, iC Communication, etc.
Omakase Lock When you have lost your FOMA
terminal or in other cases, you can lock
your personal data (such as Phonebook
entries) and the IC Card function of
Osaifu-Keitai by contacting DOCOMO.
■Setting/Releasing Omakase Lock
0120-524-360
Business hours: 24 hours
※You can set/release also from the My
docomo site via your personal computer or
other devices. (In Japanese only)
⿠For details on Omakase Lock, refer to
“Mobile Phone User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA
version”.
Personal Data You are disabled to open Phonebook
Lock
entries or schedule events.
Key Lock
The keys except -h are disabled.
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Incoming Call Restriction
■Call Setting without ID
You can set whether to receive (accept) or not to
receive (reject) a voice call and videophone call
according to the reason for no caller ID. There are
three reasons; “Unavailable”, “PublicPhone”, and
“User unset”.
1
2
3
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Lock/Security
▶Call setting w/o ID
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select a reason for no caller ID.
Select “Accept” or “Reject”.
⿠If you select “Accept”, you can set a ring tone for
incoming calls without caller IDs.
■Reject Unknown
You can reject a call from a party whose phone
number is not stored in the Phonebook.
1
2
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Lock/Security
▶Reject unknown
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “Accept” or “Reject”.
Reset to Default
■Reset Settings
You can reset the items on “Function List”, which are
indicated by
. (See page 88).
might include the function
⿠The items indicated by
which do not return to the default setting or state.
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Other settings
▶Reset settings
2
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “YES”.
■Initialize
You can delete all stored files at a time and reset all
settings to their defaults.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Other settings
▶Initialize
2
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “YES”.
3
Select “YES”.
If you contract with the service of this function
(Business mopera anshin manager), you can initialize
data (memory within the handset/microSD card/UIM)
on your FOMA terminal by your offer (administrator).
■Inquiries
docomo Business Online
From personal computers
http://www.docomo.biz (in Japanese only)
※You may not be able to access due to system
maintenance, etc.
■When Remote Reset starts
The display appears telling that operation is disabled and
the initialization starts.
・ When Remote Reset starts, all key operations except
those for answering a voice call and holding answer (On
Hold) are locked.
When the initialization starts, you are disabled to use all
functions.
・ When Remote Reset starts while the call is coming
in or you are talking, all key operations except those
for +d and +h are locked. When the initialization
starts, the coming in call and your talk are disconnected
automatically.
⿠The microSD card might not be initialized when the
FOMA terminal is connected to a personal computer.
Basic Operation
1
Resetting Data by Remote Control
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■Making a Call from Phonebooks
Call Telephone
<Example> Search a Phonebook entry by the name
stored in Phonebook
Connect
Making a Call/Videophone Call
1
From the Stand-by display, enter a
phone number starting with a city code.
2
Press +d to make a call.
3
Press +h to end the call.
⿠To make a videophone call, press +c+(
instead of d.
You can put a call on hold by
) during a
pressing +Oo(
call.
You can release holding by
pressing +Oo(
).
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1
Press +Xo from the Stand-by display.
2
Select “Name?”.
)
3
From the second search, the search-method-selection
display does not appear. To show it again, press +r.
⿠You can use another search method such as
“Phone number?”, “Mail address?”, and others.
Enter a part of the phone number▶+Bo
⿠If you enter nothing and press +Bo; then you can
display all Phonebook entries.
4
Select a Phonebook entry.
5
Press -d to make a call.
When an entry contains multiple phone numbers,
press +Mo to select a desired phone number.
⿠To make a videophone call, press +l(
instead of d.
)
■Use Call Records to Make a Call
1
Press +Vo (Redial) or +Co (Received
Calls) from the Stand-by display.
2
Select a call record.
3
Press -d to make a call.
■Notifying the Other Party of Your
Phone Number
1
+m from the Stand-by display
3
1
-0(for at least one second) from the
Stand-by display▶Enter numbers in
order of country/area code→area code
(city code)→destination phone number.
2
Press -d.
)
▶Set./Service▶NW services
▶Caller ID notification
2
You can use WORLD CALL when you want to make an
international call from Japan.
⿠Contact “docomo Information Center” on the back page
of this manual for inquiries about WORLD CALL.
⿠When using international carriers other than DOCOMO,
contact them.
Select “Activate/Deactivate”.
Select “Activate”.
3
Connect
⿠To make a videophone call, press +l(
instead of d.
■Make an International Call
) to make an international
⿠Press +c(
videophone call.
Select “Dial”.
⿠DOCOMO videophones conform to “3G-324M
standardized by the international standard 3GPP”.
You cannot connect to the videophone that uses a
different format.
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Receiving a Call/Videophone Call
When You can not Answer a Call
1
A call comes in.
■Public Mode (Drive Mode)
2
Press -d to answer the call.
The ring tone sounds and the Call/Charging indicator
flickers.
Connect
When a videophone call comes in
You can receive the videophone call the same way
as with a voice call.
When you press +m(
) to answer the
videophone call, the substitute image is sent to the
other party.
3
Press +h to end the call.
Adjusting Earpiece Volume
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1
Press .< or .> during a call.
2
Press .</.> to adjust the earpiece
volume.
Once you activate Public mode (Drive mode), the
guidance is played back telling that you cannot
answer the call as you are currently driving or in a
place where you should refrain from speaking on the
phone. Then the call is disconnected.
1
From the Stand-by
display, press and hold
+a for at least one
second.
“
” appears on the
Stand-by display.
To deactivate
Perform the same operation.
When a call comes in during Public
mode (Drive mode), the ring tone does
not sound and the record is stored in
“Received calls”. The alarm does not
sound even when the specified alarm
time comes.
■Public Mode (Power Off)
■Record Message
Once you activate Public mode (Power off), the
guidance is played back for an incoming call while the
power is off, telling that you cannot answer the call as
you are currently in a place where the power should
be turned off (hospital, airplane, around priority seat
in a train, etc.). Then the call is disconnected.
By activating Record Message, you can record a
caller’s voice/video message when you cannot answer
the call.
⿠When a call comes in, an answer message is played
back after the ring time elapses. Then, the caller’s
business is recorded with audio or video.
Enter a+2+5+2+5+1 from the
Stand-by display.
2
Press -d.
To deactivate
1. Enter +a+2+5+2+5+0 from the Stand-by
display.
2. Press -d.
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Rec.msg/voice memo
▶Record message setting
2
Select “ON”.
3
Select an answer message
▶Enter a ring time (seconds).
Connect
1
From the Stand-by display,
press .> to play back the
latest record message, press
and hold .> for at least one
second to play back the latest
videophone record message.
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Using Various Network Services
Connect
■
Services Available
■Network
The following are the DOCOMO network services available to the FOMA terminal.
⿠
network services are not available when you are out of the service area or out of reach of radio waves.
⿠The
⿠
details, refer to “Mobile Phone User’s Guide [Network Services]”.
⿠For
⿠
subscriptions and inquiries, contact “docomo Information Center” on the back page of this manual.
⿠For
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Service
Voice Mail Service
Call Waiting Service
Call Forwarding Service
Nuisance Call Blocking Service
Caller ID Notification Service
Caller ID Display Request Service
Dual Network Service
Application Monthly fee
Required
Charged
Required
Charged
Required
Free
Not required
Free
Not required
Free
Not required
Free
Required
Charged
Service
English Guidance
Multi Number
2in1
Public mode (Drive mode)
Public mode (Power off)
OFFICEED
Melody Call
Application Monthly fee
Not required
Free
Required
Charged
Required
Charged
Not required
Free
Not required
Free
Required
Charged
Required
Charged
⿠
is a pay service that is available on a subscription basis.
⿠“OFFICEED”
For details, refer to the DOCOMO-enterprise-oriented website (in Japanese only).
http://www.docomo.biz/html/product/officeed/
⿠
does not mean that the contract for Voice Mail Service, Call Forwarding Service or other services is
⿠“Deactivate”
canceled.
⿠
new network services are provided by DOCOMO, you can add them as menus.
⿠When
⿠
way the outline of respective networks is described in this volume is by the menus on the FOMA terminal.
⿠The
■Voice Mail Service
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶NW services
▶Voice mail
Activate the service
1. Select “Activate”▶Select “YES”.
⿠You can also specify a ring time.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶NW services
▶Call waiting
Activate the service
1. Select “Activate”▶Select “YES”.
Answer an Incoming Call during a Call
Press -d. Each time you press -d, you can switch
the parties you can talk with.
■Call Forwarding Service
1
Connect
To play back the message
1. Select “Play messages”▶Select “Play (voice call)”
or “Play (videophone)▶Select “YES”.
2. Operate following the voice guidance.
■Call Waiting Service
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶NW services
▶Call forwarding
Activate the service
1. Select “Activate”▶Select “Activate”
▶Select “YES”.
⿠You can set the phone number of forwarding
destination or ring time as well.
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Services Available for FOMA Terminal
Connect
Available services
Directory assistance service
(Charges apply: guidance fee + call fee)
※Listed phone numbers only are supported.
Telegrams (Telegram charges apply)
Time check (Charges apply)
Weather forecast (Charges apply)
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Phone number
(No prefix) 104
(No prefix) 115
(No prefix) 117
City code of the
desired area +
177
Available services
Emergency calls to police
Emergency calls to fire station and
ambulance
Emergency calls for accidents at sea
Disaster messaging service
(Charges apply)
Collect calls
(Charges apply: guidance fee + call fee)
Phone number
(No prefix) 110
(No prefix) 119
(No prefix) 118
(No prefix) 171
(No prefix) 106
⿠ you use “Call Forwarding Service” for the land-line phone and specify a mobile phone as the forwarding destination, callers
⿠If
may hear ringback tone even when the mobile phone is busy, out of the service area, or the power is turned off depending on
the settings of the land-line phone/mobile phone.
⿠
FOMA terminal supports “Emergency Location Report”. When you make an emergency call such as at 110/118/119,
⿠This
information about the place where you are dialing from (location information) is automatically notified to emergency-response
agencies such as police stations. It might happen that your correct location is not detected by emergency-response agencies
depending on the location you dial from or radio wave conditions. When your location information is notified, the name of
emergency-response agency is displayed on the Stand-by display. When you do not notify your phone number such as by
adding “184” by every call, your location information and phone number are not notified. However, when an emergencyresponse agency has judged that the location information and phone number should be detected because of emergency
priority such as for protection of human life, they might be notified regardless of your setting. Areas and timing “Emergency
Location Report” introduced vary depending on the preparation of respective emergency-response agencies.
you make a call at 110/119/118 from the FOMA terminal, tell an operator that you are calling from a mobile phone and
⿠
⿠When
then precisely notify your phone number and your current location. Further, remain without moving while talking to prevent the
call from being disconnected. Do not turn off the power immediately after the call, and make sure to place your phone standby
for at least 10 minutes.
⿠
might not be connected to regional police/fire station depending on the area where you are calling from. If this happens,
⿠You
use public phones nearby or land-line phones.
Using Overseas
Communication Service
Voice call※1
Videophone call※1
SMS
i-mode※2
i-mode mail
i-Channel※2※3
i-concier※4
i-Widget※5
Packet communication by
connecting with a personal computer
3G
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GSM GPRS
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※1 In B Mode or Dual Mode of 2in1, you cannot make calls from
Number B.
※2 You need to establish overseas usage settings.
※3 You need to establish i-Channel settings. You are charged a
packet communication fee each time you receive i-Channel
messages (including the basic channel).
※4 You need to establish overseas usage settings for i-concier. You
are charged a packet communication fee each time you receive
information.
※5 You need to establish i-Widget roaming settings. When you show
an i-Widget display, multiple Widget Appli programs might start.
In that case, you are charged a packet communication fee for
each communication.
Connect
To make a call overseas, you can use International
Roaming (WORLD WING).
■
WING
■WORLD
WORLD WING is a service that enables you, using local
carrier’s network, to make calls or to communicate even
in foreign countries.
⿠
service is available within the service area of 3G
⿠This
network and GSM/GPRS network.
⿠ the time of purchase, the FOMA terminal is set to
⿠At
automatically switch networks in foreign countries.
⿠
a call comes in during international roaming, the
⿠When
call is forwarded from Japan. The caller is charged a call
fee to Japan and the receiver is charged a receiving fee.
⿠
to the following before you use your FOMA
⿠Refer
terminal overseas:
・“Mobile Phone User’s Guide [International Services]”
・“Mobile Phone User’s Guide [Network Services]”
・DOCOMO International Services website
・PDF “海外ご利用ガイド (Guide for Overseas Use)” preinstalled in “My documents” in Data Box
⿠
connectable countries, regions, and carriers, refer
⿠For
to “Mobile Phone User’s Guide [International Services]”
or the DOCOMO International Services website.
⿠ fee charged for overseas use (call fee, packet
⿠A
communication fee) differs from that of in
Japan.
■Available Services Overseas
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■Make a Call to Outside the Country
You Stay at (Including Japan)
1
Connect
2
-0(for at least one second) from the
Stand-by display▶Enter numbers in
order of country/area code→area code
(city code)→destination phone number
Press -d to make a call.
) to make an international
⿠Press +c(
videophone call.
■Making a Call to a Person in the
Country You Stay at
1
Enter a destination phone number from
the Stand-by display.
2
Press -d to make a call.
Sending i-mode Mail
Once you subscribe to i-mode, you can exchange e-mail
messages over the Internet. You can attach less than 2
Mbytes of up to 10 files (photos, moving pictures, etc.)
with body text added. For details on i-mode mail, refer
to “Mobile Phone User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
1
+l from the Stand-by display
▶+l(
)
2
Enter each item.
Enter a destination
(mail address).
Enter a subject.
Select a file such
as an image.
) to make an international
⿠Press +c(
videophone call.
■Make a Call to a Person who is Staying
Overseas and Using WORLD WING
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Mail
When you make a call to a person who is also
internationally roaming, make the call the same way
as to make international calls to Japan even if he/she
is in the country you stay at.
Enter text.
3
Press +l(
4
Select “OK”.
).
Creating and Sending Deco-mail
Creating and Sending Decome-Anime
You can compose a Deco-mail message by using a
template.
Decome-Anime is an i-mode mail service that enables
you to create expressive messages having Flash
movies with messages and images. You can create
them easily by using Decome-Anime templates.
1
2
Highlight a template and press
).
+l(
Enter an address and subject.
4
Edit text.
5
Press +l(
6
Select “OK”.
1
+l from the Stand-by display
▶Create new Decome-Anime
2
Enter an address and subject.
3
Select the text field▶Select “Phone”
▶Highlight a template and press
).
+l(
4
Edit characters and images
▶Press +l(
).
5
Press +l(
6
Select “OK”.
⿠You can also press +d to display the palette, and
edit decorations.
).
Connect
3
+l from the Stand-by display
▶Template▶Deco-mail
).
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Displaying Received i-mode Mail
1
2
1
Auto-sort
When you receive an i-mode mail
message, “ ” appears on the
Stand-by display.
Press and hold +l for
at least one second from
the Stand-by display.
When you receive an i-mode mail
message or Message R/F, the
following display appears.
Select an i-mode mail message.
Reply to i-mode Mail
You can reply to the i-mode mail message by
pressing +l(
) while displaying the message.
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You can check the i-mode Center for a new mail
message or Message R/F.
Select a folder.
Connect
3
Press +l from the Stand-by display
▶Inbox
■Check New Messages
Number of
messages
Select an item to
show the display
for selecting a
message.
You can use “Auto-sort” to sort received/sent i-mode
mail messages into a folder such as “Business” or
“Friend” which has been created in advance.
<Example> Sorting an i-mode mail message into the
folder from an i-mode mail address stored
in the Phonebook
1. Highlight a folder from Inbox Folder list and press
)▶Sort▶Auto-sort
+i(
2. Select “Address sort”.
3. Select “Look-up address”▶Select “Phonebook”.
4. Look up for Phonebook entries and select a target
i-mode mail address.
Receiving Early Warning “Area Mail”
You can receive information such as about earthquake
alerts that are issued from the Japan Meteorological
Agency as an Area Mail message.
When an Area Mail message arrives, “ ” lights and
the ring tone for Area Mail sounds.
The received content of some messages is
automatically displayed. To erase the displayed
content, press +Oo.
Using SMS
You can send a text message to the phone number of
the FOMA terminal at the other end.
■Sending SMS
1
2
Press +l from the Stand-by display
▶Compose SMS
Enter each item.
Enter text.
Connect
Enter a phone
number.
Early Warning “Area Mail” Settings
1. l from the Stand-by display▶Area Mail settings
2. Select an item to be set▶Set each setting.
⿠You can also check “Check ring tone” for how your
FOMA terminal works when you receive an Area
Mail message.
3
Press +l(
4
Select “OK”.
).
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■Displaying Received SMS Message
Phonebook
Storing Phonebook Entries
2
Select a folder.
1
Press and hold +Xo for at least one
second.
3
Select an SMS message.
2
Select “Phone”.
3
Enter each item.
Connect
1
Press +l from the Stand-by display
▶Inbox
The display for entering a name appears. Enter a
name and proceed.
Enter a name.
Enter a reading.
Enter a phone number.
Enter a mail address.
When you receive an SMS
message, “ ” appears on the
Stand-by display.
4
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Press +l(
).
■Storing Phonbook Entries from
Received Call Record
1
from the Stand-by display
C
+o
2
Highlight a received call record to be
stored to the Phonebook and press
)▶Select “Add to
+i(
phonebook”.
Select “Phone”▶Select “New”.
4
Enter each item.
5
Press +l(
1
2
from the Stand-by display
X
+o
▶Search and select a Phonebook entry.
+m(
)
▶Select an item to be edited
▶Edit the contents.
3
Press +l(
4
Select “YES”.
).
Connect
3
Editing Phonebook Entries
Deleting Phonebook Entries
).
Register a birthday to the
Phonebook to have it shown on
Schedule.
1
from the Stand-by display
X
+o
▶Search and select a Phonebook entry.
2
+i(
3
Select “This phonebook”.
4
Select “YES”.
)▶Select “Delete data”.
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i-mode/Full Browser
Search
Accessing i-mode Sites
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i-mode is a service that enables you, by using the
display of the FOMA terminal supporting i-mode
(i-mode phone), to use online services such as site
access, Internet access, and i-mode mail.
⿠i-mode is a pay service that is available on a
subscription basis.
⿠For details on i-mode, refer to “Mobile Phone User’s
Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
⿠You can display SSL/TLS※-compatible pages via
i-mode and Full Browser.
※SSL/TLS are the safer data communication systems
using authentication/encryption technology to protect
your privacy.
1
Press +i from the
Stand-by display.
You can access the iMenu.
Repeat selecting items (links) to
display the desired site.
⿠While you are online, “ ” blinks.
⿠iMenu is available in English.
Select “English” from the display
on the right.
■Before Using i-mode
⿠Content of sites or websites is in general protected
by copyrights law. You can use data such as text and
images for your entertainment, which you download
to your i-mode phone, but you cannot use them, part
or whole of it as is, or modify them for the purpose of
sale or redistribution, without approval from copyright
holders.
⿠If you replace the UIM with another one or turn on the
power with the UIM not inserted, you cannot display/
play back files, such as still images/moving pictures/
melodies you download from sites, attached files (still
images/moving pictures/melodies and other files)
sent/received by mail, screen memos, and Messages
R/F depending on the model.
⿠When the file has been set for the Stand-by display or
for specified ring tone, of which display or playback is
restricted by the UIM, the settings return to default if
you replace it with new one or turn the power on with
the UIM not inserted.
Displaying Websites Designed for
PC
You can browse Internet websites designed for PCs
using the Full Browser function.
⿠Note that you are charged a high communication fee
for the massive data communication such as browsing
Internet websites having many images or downloading
data. For details on the packet communication fee, refer
to “Mobile Phone User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
⿠You can browse Internet websites composed of frames.
You can select a frame to display it as well.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
⿠You might not correctly display some Internet
websites.
Operations on site viewing display
Scroll display/Move highlighted/
Move the pointer:+Mo
Select an item (link): +Oo(
)
Return to previous page: +m(
Forward to next page:+c(
)
)
Sound volume adjustment:
+r(for at least one second)
“
” appears while
accessing via Full Browser.
Pointer
Operate by the Pointer
Using the pointer which appears on the display, you
can scroll displays, select content, etc.
⿠You can use “Pointer/scroll” on “i-mode settings” to
select whether to show the pointers for respective
window, and how fast to have it moved.
⿠Some Internet websites might not be operated by
the pointer.
Search
▶i-mode▶Full Browser Home
Viewing and Operating Sites
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■Switch from i-mode to Full Browser
You can switch to Full Browser to show the Internet
websites incorrectly displayed by i-mode.
⿠With Full Browser, note that the billing system differs
from that of i-mode.
1
Search
2
) while the website is
+i(
displayed via i-mode▶Full Browser
▶Switch to FB
■Saving Websites or Sites for Quick
Access
Bookmark websites or i-mode sites you frequently
visit to get easy access to them.
1
) while the site is displayed
+i(
▶Bookmark▶Add bookmark
2
Select “YES”
▶Select a destination folder.
To access a site stored in Bookmark
1. m
from the Stand-by display▶i-mode▶Bookmark
+
2. Select a folder▶Select a bookmark.
Select “YES”.
To switch from Full Browser to i-mode
1. +i(
) while the website is displayed via
Full Browser▶i-mode Browser
▶i-modeBRWSR Switch
■Saving Site Content
If you save the page once you visited as a screen memo,
you can easily refer to it without connecting to i-mode.
1
2
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) while the site is displayed
+i(
▶Screen memo▶Save screen memo
Select “Phone”▶Select “YES”
▶Select a destination folder.
To display a saved screen memo
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶i-mode
▶Screen memo
2. Select “i-mode Browser” or “Full Browser”.
3. Select a folder▶Select a screen memo.
i-Channel
1
Press +Zo from the Stand-by display.
Ticker
Select each channel
to browse its detailed
information.
Search
This service distributes information such as news
and weather forecast to i-Channel mobile phones.
The automatically received latest information flows on
the Stand-by display by tickers. You can read it on the
i-Channel list by pressing the i-Channel key.
Further, two types of channels, “Basic channel” provided
by DOCOMO and “Favorite channel” provided by IPs
(Information Providers) are available. You are not charged
a packet communication fee for auto-updates of “Basic
channel” information.
You are charged a packet communication fee for autoupdates of “Favorite channel” information that will be
available by registering your favorite channels. Note that
you are separately charged a packet communication
fee for browsing detailed information for both “Basic
channel” and “Favorite channel”.
When you use the international roaming service, you are
charged a packet communication fee for both auto-update
and browsing detailed information.
⿠i-Channel is a pay service which is available on a
subscription basis (You need to subscribe to i-mode to
apply for i-Channel).
⿠For details on i-Channel, refer to “Mobile Phone
User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
⿠The i-Channel service is provided in Japanese
only.
■Accessing i-Channel
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Map/GPS
Search
Map/GPS Function
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⿠GPS is operated by the United States Department of
Defense, so the GPS radio wave conditions might be
controlled (accuracy deterioration, radio wave supply
suspension, etc.) depending on the defense strategy of
the United States Department of Defense.
⿠Note that we do not take any responsibility for a
loss such as pure economic loss resulting from the
facts that you have missed the chance to check the
positioned (communication) results, which have been
caused by external factors such as malfunctions,
erroneous operations, troubles, or power failure
(including battery shortage) on the FOMA terminal.
⿠You cannot use the FOMA terminal as a navigating
system for aircraft, vehicles, and people. Therefore,
note that we are not held responsible for any damage
resulting from the use of the location information for
navigation.
⿠You cannot use GPS as a high-accuracy positioning
device. Note that we do not take any responsibility
for the damage caused by an error in the location
information.
⿠You cannot use the GPS function when the
FOMA terminal is out of the service area (or
overseas).
Checking Your Location
You can position your current location and display
location information. You can send your location
information by mail and display a map as well.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶LifeKit▶Map/GPS▶Position location
The current location is positioned and displayed by
the latitude and longitude.
⿠While positioning, “ ” blinks at the top of the display.
To display the map of the current location
1. +i(
) from the Position Location Result
display▶Read map
⿠GPS compatible i-αppli starts and shows the map.
Using “地図アプリ (Map Application)”
“地図アプリ (Map Application)” is a useful i-αppli program that
enables you to show the map of your current or specified
location, check area information, or navigate you to your
destination by using location information. You can search
for information about useful facilities at a time of disaster.
You can make full use of the AUTO-GPS function to receive
valuable information about where you are currently around.
⿠You are separately charged a packet communication
fee. You are advised to subscribe to i-mode packet flatrate service for using this software program.
1
+i (for at least one second) from the
Stand-by display▶地図アプリ (Map
Application)
Using AUTO-GPS
You can set whether to use AUTO-GPS function. (“ON”
is set at purchase.)
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Map/GPS▶AUTO-GPS
▶AUTO-GPS setting
2
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
■DOCOMO Service Setting
Select whether you use the AUTO-GPS service that
syncs with i-concier or respective services provided
by DOCOMO.
⿠Set the service to “ON” to automatically and periodically
send your location information from the FOMA terminal
to DOCOMO.
⿠To use i-concier or respective services, you need to
separately subscribe for and establish the settings.
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Map/GPS▶AUTO-GPS
▶DOCOMO service setting
2
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
Search
Your current location is automatically positioned,
and by sending your location information to your
GPS service provider, you are enabled to receive a
variety of services according to your location, such
as weather forecast, shopping guide, or sightseeing
information around.
⿠To use a service that supports the AUTO-GPS function,
use the AUTO-GPS function compatible i-αppli to
establish the AUTO-GPS service information for
respective services.
⿠The AUTO-GPS function enables you to automatically
position your current location according to your
movements, and to send your location information to
your service provider. (Your location is positioned once
every 5 minutes according to your movements.)
⿠When you start to use the AUTO-GPS function, check
GPS service providers or the DOCOMO website for
how you can use services. It might happen that you will
be charged a fee for using them.
⿠You might separately be charged a packet
communication fee for sending your location information.
■AUTO-GPS Setting
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Camera
Viewing and Operating Finder Display
Photo mode
: intelligent Auto
: Normal
: Always light ON
Photo light set.
Camera mode
Key guidance
: ON
: Forced ON
: Forced OFF
: OFF
: Still image shooting (photo) mode
The key operation guide is displayed.
: Movie shooting (movie) mode
Top icon
/
: Continuous mode
Store in
: Phone (Camera)
: Phone (Automatic backup)
: microSD
Enjoy
: Auto
⿠You can also use “Scene” that selects a
mode suitable for the scenery around.
/
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Flash setting
Shows the vertical direction for shooting.
Focus frame
When a subject is focused on, the
frame becomes green.
Zoom bar
The zooming status is displayed.
Number of recordable image
Icon menu
Shows the number of remaining
recordable still images.
You can check and set each setting of
camera.
Operations for shooting
Icon menu operation: +l (
)
Shutter/Save: +Oo
Photo mode: +l(for at least one second)
Zoom: +Vo(TELE)/+Co(WIDE)
Change camera-mode: +c
Focus function (when the outside camera is used): +Xo
Switch between inside camera and outside camera: +d
Flash setting/Photo light set. (when the outside camera is used): .g
Shooting Still Images/Moving Pictures
■Shoot Still Images
1
Press +c from the Stand-by display.
2
Press +Oo(
).
3
Press +Oo(
).
Viewing Still Images/Moving
Pictures After Shooting
The still image you shot is saved to the “My picture”
in Data Box. The shot moving picture is saved to the
“imotion/Movie” in Data Box.
The still image/moving picture can be set for the
Stand-by display or other displays.
1
■Shoot moving pictures
+c from the Stand-by display
▶+c(
)
2
Start recording by pressing
)▶End the recording by
(
O
+o
pressing +Oo(
).
3
Press +Oo(
).
⿠Do not leave the FOMA terminal with the lens pointing
to direct sunlight. Pixels may be discolored or burns
may result.
⿠When the battery level is low, you may not be able to
save still images/moving pictures you shoot.
▶My picture or imotion/Movie
2
Select the “Camera” folder
▶Select still image or a moving
picture.
Folder Jump Function
When you press +m(
) in the finder display for
shooting still images, the inside of the destination
folder is shown. You can view the still image
immediately after you shot.
Enjoy
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Data box
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Enjoy
1Seg
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■Using 1Seg
1Seg is a service provided by television entrepreneurs (broadcasting stations). You are not charged a communication fee
for receiving audio and video. For about fee charged by NHK, contact NHK.
※You are charged a packet communication fee for browsing “Data broadcasting site” and “i-mode site”. You might be
charged an information fee for using some sites (i-mode pay sites).
※For details on the 1Seg service, browse the following websites:
The Association for Promotion of Digital Broadcasting
From personal computer: http://www.dpa.or.jp/english/
From i-mode: http://www.dpa.or.jp/1seg/k/ (In Japanese only)
※1Seg is not available overseas.
■Radio waves
1Seg is one of the broadcasting services receiving radio waves (broadcasting waves) different from that used for the
FOMA services. You might not be able to correctly receive 1Seg broadcast in places as follows:
⿠Places far away from radio towers that transmit broadcasting waves
⿠Mountain-ringed regions or behind buildings
⿠In tunnels, underground, or recesses of buildings
※The reception conditions might be improved by changing the direction of the antenna, by moving your FOMA terminal
away from or close to you, or by moving yourself to another place.
■1Seg antenna
When you watch a 1Seg program, fully extend the 1Seg antenna.
⿠When you change the direction of the 1Seg antenna, do not apply an extra force.
■Battery level
If you try to start 1Seg when the battery is low, the battery alert tone sounds, and a confirmation display appears asking
whether to start it. In addition, when the battery level becomes low while you are watching or recording a 1Seg program,
the battery alert tone sounds.
⿠When you do nothing on the confirmation display for about one minute, 1Seg automatically terminates.
■Messages on the display when you use 1Seg for the first time
When you use 1Seg for the first time after purchase, the Exemption Clause Confirmation display appears.
If you select “NO” on a confirmation display which appears after pressing +Oo(
), the same confirmation
display does not appear afterward.
Setting Channels
When you activate 1Seg for the first time or change
the area you are in, you need to operate “Channel
setting”. Select “Auto channel setting” to enable you
to search automatically for broadcast stations you
can watch.
⿠You need to set this function with the 1Seg antenna
extended.
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶1Seg
▶Channel setting
▶Auto channel setting
2
Select “YES”.
3
Select “YES”▶Enter a title.
1
Press and hold +c for
at least one second from
the Stand-by display.
1Seg starts and the viewer
display appears.
When you switch to Horizontal Open
Style, you can watch a 1Seg program
on the horizontal display.
When you close the FOMA terminal, the
viewer display appears on the Private
window.
Enjoy
To execute Channel Setting by selecting an area
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶1Seg
▶Channel setting▶Select area
2. Select an area▶Select a prefecture.
3. Select “YES”.
Watching 1Seg
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Viewing and Operating Viewer Display
Displayed while
you are watching a
1Seg program
Program
Information (outline)
Video
Video being recorded
Switch Display/
Caption
Caption
Data
Broadcasting
Sound Volume
Operation Mode
: Video Mode
Enjoy
: Data Broadcasting Mode
Displayed while
receiving caption
information
Airwave Reception
Level (estimate)
Channel (Remote-control number)
The operation on the viewer display
Channel selection: +No or .</.>(for at least one second)
Sound volume adjustment: +Bo or .</.>
)(for at least one second) or
Video recording: +Oo(
.g(for at least one second)
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⿠The recorded video is saved on the microSD card.
Switch TV/data BC: +m(
)
Switch display directions: +c
Setting Timer for Watching or
Recording 1Seg Programs
Set the date and time, a channel, and program name, and
enter them to the TV Timer List or Timer Recording List.
When the set time arrives, watching or recording starts.
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶1Seg
2
Select “TV timer list” or “Timer
recording list”.
3
Press +l(
4
Enter each item.
5
Press -l(
).
).
Playing Recorded Video
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Data box▶1Seg
2
Select “Video”▶Select a file.
Music
Music&Video Channel
■Setting Programs
1
2
+m from the Stand-by display▶MUSIC
▶Music&Video Channel▶Set program
Follow the instructions on the display
to set a program.
The program automatically downloads at night.
■Playing Program
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶MUSIC
▶Music&Video Channel
2
Select a program.
Operation while playing back a
Music&Video Channel program
Halt:+l(
)
Pause: +Oo(
)
Enjoy
Music&Video Channel is a service which automatically
delivers up to about one-hour programs at night just
by selecting your favorite music programs in advance.
Further, you can enjoy high-quality video program of up
to about 30 minutes. Programs are updated periodically
and you can enjoy the delivered programs at any time
such as on commuting.
■Before using Music&Video Channel
⿠Music&Video Channel is a pay service that is available
on a subscription basis. (To apply for Music&Video
Channel, you need to subscribe to i-mode and i-mode
packet flat-rate service.)
⿠Other than the service fee for using Music&Video
Channel, you might be separately charged an
information fee depending on the program.
⿠If you insert the UIM to the Music&Video Channel
incompatible FOMA terminal after you subscribe to
Music&Video Channel, you cannot use Music&Video
Channel Service. Note that the service fee applies unless
you cancel the Music&Video Channel subscription.
⿠You cannot set or download programs during
international roaming.※ Take procedures to halt the
distribution of programs before going abroad. Then,
after homecoming, resume the reception of distribution.
※When you try to set or download programs during
international roaming, note that you are charged a packet
communication fee for i-mode communication.
⿠For the details on Music&Video Channel, refer to
“Mobile Phone User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
Setting/Playing Programs
Sound volume adjustment: +Bo
Search (fast forward):
Press and hold +Vo
Search (fast rewind):
Press and hold +Co
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Downloading Music Files from
Sites
You can download Chaku-uta Full® music files from
sites.
1
Select a Chaku-uta Full® music file at a
downloadable site.
2
Select “Save”▶Select “YES”.
3
Select a destination folder.
Playing Music Files
MUSIC Player enables you to play Chaku-uta Full® music
files you downloaded from sites, or to use your personal
computer to play music files saved on the microSD card.
1
2
+m from the Stand-by display▶MUSIC
▶MUSIC Player
Select “All tracks”▶Select a music file.
Jacket image
Title
Enjoy
Artist name
Playback time
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⿠Chaku-uta Full” is a registered trademark of Sony
Music Entertainment Inc.
■Handling Music Files
You can use music files saved on the microSD card
for personal use only. Before using, give enough
consideration not to infringe on the third party’s
intellectual property rights or other rights such as
copyright.
Sound volume
Operations of MUSIC Player display
Halt: +l(
)
Pause: +Oo(
Sound volume adjustment: +Bo
)
Replay next file: +Vo
Replay previous file or go back to the beginning of the file: o
C+
Search (fast forward): Press and hold +Vo
Search (fast rewind): Press and hold +Co
i-αppli
i-αppli/i-Widget
1
Press and hold +i for at least one
second from the Stand-by display.
2
Select a software
program.
■Using i-Widget
1
2
+r from the Stand-by display.
i-Widget that can simultaneously start multiple
Widget Appli programs opens.
Select a Widget Appli
program.
Enjoy
■i-αppli
“i-αppli” is a software program for i-mode mobile phones. By
downloading※ various software programs from the i-mode site,
you can use your FOMA terminal more conveniently. You can
automatically update the stock price information or weather
information, and enjoy games without accessing network.
※You are separately charged a packet communication fee.
⿠The packet communication fee for overseas use differs
from the one for domestic use.
⿠For details on i-αppli, refer to “Mobile Phone User’s
Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
■i-Widget
Your press of the single i-Widget key (-r) enables you
to access the frequently used content such as calculator,
clock, and stock price information (Widget Appli).
You can add Widget Appli programs by downloading from
sites provided by IPs (Information Providers).
⿠Multiple Widget Appli programs might communicate
when you open the i-Widget display.
⿠You are separately charged a packet communication
fee for downloading Widget Appli programs or opening
the i-Widget display.
⿠As for overseas use, you are charged a packet
communication fee each time a Widget Appli
program communicates.
⿠For details on i-Widget, refer to “Mobile Phone
User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
■Starting i-αppli
You can operate Widget Appli
program separately.
Widget Appli
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Enjoy
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⿠You can delete the pre-installed i-αppli programs
except for the “ケータイTOOL<辞書> (KEITAI TOOL
Dictionary)”. You can re-download deleted programs
from the “P-SQUARE” site.
You can download not only
i-αppli programs but also the
pre-installed Chara-den images,
Machi-chara images, Kisekae
Tool files, templates, dictionaries,
QR code for
and Deco-mail pictograms from the
accessing the site
“P-SQUARE” site (in Japanese only).
iMenu→メニューリスト (Menu List)→ケータイ電話
メーカー (Mobile Phone Maker)→P-SQUARE
⿠Deadlines for re-download services
・“機動戦士ガンダムオンライン (MOBILE SUIT
GUNDAM ONLINE)”: the end of October, 2013
・“レイトン教授と悪魔の箱 (Professor Layton and
Pandora’s Box)”: the end of October, 2013
・“レッツタップ (Let’s TAP)”: the end of October, 2013
・“ぷよぷよ~ん&コラムス (PuyoPuyon & COLUMNS)”:
the end of October, 2013
・“旺文社漢検アプリforP (Obunsha Kanji Test
Application for P)”: the end of October, 2013
⿠Deadlines for downloading i-αppli additional data
・“機動戦士ガンダムオンライン (MOBILE SUIT
GUNDAM ONLINE)”: the end of October, 2013
(The online match is the service of up to the end of
October, 2010.)
・“レイトン教授と悪魔の箱 (Professor Layton and
Pandora’s Box)”: the end of October, 2013
⿠The services such as re-downloading and
downloading i-αppli additional data might be halted or
closed without notice even in the service period.
i-motion/Movie
Playing i-motion/Movie
i-motion is a file consisting from video, audio, and
music which you can download to your FOMA
terminal from i-motion sites that support i-motion. You
can also set it for a ring tone.
Also, by using high speed communication, you
can play back smooth and high-quality movie files
provided by portal sites, movie specialty sites and
other sites on the Internet.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Data box▶imotion/Movie
2
Select a folder
▶Select a i-motion file or a movie file.
Osaifu-Keitai
Osaifu-Keitai/ToruCa
1
More Convenient
As Osaifu-Keitai comes with the IC card, you can make a payment just by placing the FOMA terminal over a scanning
device in shops. Further, you can use communications to deposit electronic money or to check your account for balance
or usage histories. Security of the card is well established so that you can use it carefree.
ToruCa is an electronic card that you can receive with Osaifu-Keitai for use as fliers, restaurant cards, and coupon tickets.
You can download ToruCa files from scanning devices, sites, or data broadcasting, and can easily exchange them with
your friends using mail, infrared communication, iC communication, or a microSD card. The downloaded ToruCa files are
saved to “ToruCa” on “Osaifu-Keitai”.
For details on Osaifu-Keitai and ToruCa, refer to “Mobile Phone User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
⿠Data on the IC card (including electronic money, reward points, etc.) might be lost or deformed owing to the malfunction
of the FOMA terminal. (When you have your FOMA terminal deposited at our hand for repair, we would refrain from
keeping it with data saved on as is. You are asked, as a rule, to delete data beforehand yourself.) To support data reissue,
restoration, temporal storage, and transfer except transfer by the iC transfer service, consult your service provider that
supports Osaifu-Keitai. For your important data, be sure to use the service with backup support.
⿠In any case including malfunction or model change, we cannot be held responsible for the loss or deformation of
data on the IC card or other losses caused regarding Osaifu-Keitai compatible services.
⿠When you were stolen of or lost your FOMA terminal, immediately inquire of your Osaifu-Keitai supporting
service provider into countermeasures.
Place the f mark of the FOMA
terminal over a scanning device to use
the target service.
The Call/Charging indicator lights when you bring
your FOMA terminal close to the scanning device
and communication becomes ready.
Place the f mark of the FOMA
terminal over the scanning device.
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More Convenient
i-concier
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“i-concier” works to serve you with a pleasant life just like a clerk or concierge does. The service holds your data (area
information about your neighborhood, Schedule, ToruCa, Phonebook, etc.) and sends you information, with good timing,
about a variety of things according to your living area, your current location, or your preference or interest. Also this
service automatically updates schedule events or ToruCa files to the latest ones, and automatically adds useful information
such as about the opening period of various shops to your Phonebook. i-concier information is notified by a Machi-chara
image (cartoon character that appears on the Stand-by display).
⿠i-concier is a pay service which is available on a subscription basis (You need to subscribe to i-mode to apply for
i-concier).
⿠If you have not subscribed to Data Security Service but will newly subscribe to i-concier, you are to subscribe to Data
Security Service as well as i-concier.
⿠Depending on the content (information, i-schedule, and others), you might be separately charged an information fee
other than the i-concier monthly fee.
⿠You are charged a packet communication fee separately for receiving information except some.
⿠You are separately charged a packet communication fee for using detailed information.
⿠When you use the international roaming service, you are charged a packet communication fee for both receiving
information and browsing detailed information. The packet communication fee for overseas use differs from the one for
domestic use.
⿠When you use i-concier overseas, you need to make overseas usage settings.
⿠You are separately charged a packet communication fee for auto-updates of i-schedule, ToruCa, and Phonebook.
⿠For details on i-concier, refer to “Mobile Phone User’s Guide [i-mode] FOMA version”.
■Receive Information
1
Convenient Tools
Using Schedule
1
Select a date to show a schedule
event of the selected date. Select
the schedule event to confirm its
details.
Select a message.
■Displaying i-concier Screen
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶i-concier
2
Select a piece of
information.
from the Stand-by
+
m
display▶Stationery
▶Schedule
2
+i(
)▶Select “New”.
You can store a new schedule event.
3
Enter each item.
4
Press -l(
More Convenient
2
When information arrives,
“ ” blinks and the
content is displayed on
the Stand-by display.
).
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More Convenient
Using Alarm
Using Bar Code Reader
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Stationery▶Alarm
2
Highlight an alarm and press
).
+l(
3
Enter each item.
4
Press -l(
).
⿠The alarm does not sound in Public mode (Drive
mode), Lock All, Personal Data Lock, or Omakase
Lock.
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You can use the outside camera to scan QR codes
and others, and store them as files.
From the scanned data, you can make calls, compose
i-mode mail messages, access Internet websites, and
so on.
■When scanning with Bar Code Reader
Guide frame
⿠Scan the code as large as possible
within the guide frame.
⿠Autofocus works when you scan the
code about 10 cm or more away from
it.
When you scan the code in the outof-focus state, the recognition rate
lowers.
⿠Scan so that the camera is in parallel
with the code.
■QR Code
QR Code is one of the 2-dimensional
codes that denotes data in the vertical
and horizontal directions.
⿠“株式会社NTTドコモ (NTT DOCOMO,
INC.)” is displayed when you scan the QR
code with the FOMA terminal.
■Scan a Code
Using Pedometer
<Example> Access P-SQUARE by using
QR code on the right
QR code for
accessing the site
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Bar code reader
2
Select “Scan code”.
3
Fit a code to the guide frame and
press +Xo.
The subject is focused on by autofocus function.
4
5
Press +Oo(
) to scan the code.
A URL is displayed as a scanned result.
Select the URL
▶Select “i-mode Browser”
▶Select “YES”.
1
More Convenient
1
As you walk with your FOMA terminal in hand or
in your pocket, your pace is measured, and then
depending on the measured results, your distance,
calories consumed, and body fat burned are displayed.
■Caution when using Pedometer
⿠If you have not yet set Set Time, you cannot use this
function.
⿠When you use Carry Case L 01 (option) to house it,
fasten it to your waist belt.
⿠When you put Pedometer into your bag, store it in a
pocket or partition that holds it securely.
■About measurement
⿠Note that measurement results are just for reference.
⿠When the power is not turned on or while software is
being updated, no measurement is carried out.
⿠Your pace might not be correctly measured depending
on the usage conditions.
+m from the Stand-by display
▶LifeKit▶Pedometer
The measurement records of your pace are
displayed.
) to switch between ON/
⿠You can press +i(
OFF of Pedometer, or start user information.
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Data Management
Using microSD Card
More Convenient
If you do not have a microSD card, you have to purchase
it.
⿠P-01B supports a commercial microSD card of up to 2
Gbytes and microSDHC card of up to 16 Gbytes
(As of October 2009).
⿠Make sure that you turn off the power, and then
insert/remove the microSD card.
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■Inserting microSD Card
1
With the metal terminal surface facing
downward, make sure that the cut edge
is positioned at right and then insert.
⿠Push it until it clicks.
When you remove the microSD card
Push the microSD card until it stops and remove it.
The inserting slot of the microSD card
is in the inside of the back cover.
To insert, first remove the back cover
and battery pack.
⿠Note that the microSD card may pop out when you
insert or remove it.
Icons on the Display
When you use the microSD card for the first time, you
need to format (initialize) it.
⿠Be sure to use P-01B for formatting. The microSD
card formatted using other devices such as personal
computers may not work properly.
⿠Note that formatting deletes all content on the microSD
card.
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶microSD▶Refer microSD data
▶+i(
2
)▶microSD format
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “YES”.
More Convenient
: A microSD card is inserted.
: Data is being read/written.
(Do not remove the microSD card nor turn off
the FOMA terminal.)
: The microSD card is write-protected.
: The microSD card cannot be used.
(Insert the microSD card again. If “ ” is still
displayed, execute “Check microSD” or “microSD
format”.)
■Formatting microSD Card
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More Convenient
■Back up Data to the microSD Card
■Copying Data to the microSD card
You can back up Phonebook entries, schedule
events, ToDo items, messages, text memos, and
bookmarks, and the settings on and information
about your FOMA terminal collectively onto the
microSD card. When restoring the backup data onto
your FOMA terminal, they are collectively restored.
⿠Backing up data from the FOMA terminal onto the
microSD card is collectively applied to all data, so data
not created in the FOMA terminal is also backed up on
the microSD card. When you restore such data onto
your FOMA terminal, either data that was vacant on the
microSD memory card at the time of backup write over
data in the FOMA terminal or even data created later in
the FOMA terminal is written over.
<Example> Copying a still image
1
2
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+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶microSD▶Backup/Restore
▶Backup to microSD
Enter your Terminal Security Code
▶Select “YES”.
To restore backup data to FOMA terminal
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit▶microSD
▶Backup/Restore▶Restore to phone
2. Enter your Terminal Security Code▶Select “YES”.
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Data box▶My picture
▶Select a folder.
2
Highlight a still image to be copied and
press +i(
)▶Select “Copy to
microSD” ▶Select “Copy this”.
When you copy data from the microSD card to
the FOMA terminal
1. +m from the Stand-by display▶Data box
▶My picture▶+m(
)▶Select a folder.
2. Highlight a still image to be copied and
press +i(
)▶Select “Copy to phone”
▶Select “Copy this”.
■Displaying Data stored on the microSD
card
<Example> Displaying still image
1
2
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Data box▶My picture▶+m(
Select a folder▶Select an image.
)
Bluetooth Function
You can connect your FOMA terminal to a Bluetooth device such as Wireless Earphone Set 02 (option), and can
talk on the phone or play music files.
■Register a Bluetooth Device to the
FOMA Terminal
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Bluetooth▶Register New Devices
2
Select “OK”.
3
Select Wireless Earphone Set 02
▶Select “YES”.
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Bluetooth▶Device list
2
Select a Bluetooth device
▶Select a service to connect to.
More Convenient
You can search and register a Bluetooth device to
the FOMA terminal. You need to place the Bluetooth
device to be registered standby for registration
beforehand.
<Example> Register Wireless Earphone Set 02 and
connect using the Hands-free service
■Connect the Bluetooth Device
⿠When you register a Bluetooth device other than
Wireless Earphone Set 02, you need to enter
“Bluetooth passkey”.
4
Select “Hands-free”.
Select “Headset” or “Hands-free” for talking, and
select “Audio streaming” for playing music.
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Sending/Receiving Data by Infrared
Communication
The FOMA terminal conforms to IrMC™ version 1.1
standard.
You can send or receive data such as Phonebook
entries to or from a device supporting the infrared
communication function. However, you cannot
exchange data depending on the other party’s device.
⿠First set at the receiving end and begin sending data
from the sending end within 30 seconds.
1
Function menu of the data to be sent
▶Send Ir data
⿠Procedure for sending data might differ depending
on the data.
2
Select “YES”.
More Convenient
■Receive Data
Within about 20cm
Infrared data
port
Within ±15° from
the center
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■Send Data
1
+m from the Stand-by display▶LifeKit
▶Receive Ir data▶Receive
2
Select “YES”.
Sending/Receiving Data by iC
Communication
iC communication is a function that enables you to
send/receive data such as Phonebook entries to/
from another FOMA terminal using the FeliCa reader/
writer function. However, you cannot exchange data
depending on the other party’s FOMA terminal.
■Send Data
1
Function menu of the data to be sent
▶
transmission
⿠Procedure for sending data might differ
depending on the data.
2
Select “YES”.
1
Face the f mark of the FOMA
terminal of the receiving end while the
Stand-by display is shown to that of
the FOMA terminal of the sending end.
2
Select “YES”.
More Convenient
■Receive Data
Face one another’s marks f.
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Support
Troubleshooting
⿠First of all, check to see if you need to update the
software program and then update it if necessary.
See page 84 for how to update software programs.
⿠When symptom persists even after you check the
countermeasures for the problem you suffer, feel
free to contact the “Repairs” counter listed on
the back page of this manual or a repair counter
specified by DOCOMO.
Power source
The FOMA terminal does not turn on.
sure the battery pack is attached to the FOMA terminal
…Make
correctly. (See page 18)
sure the battery is fully charged. (See page 19)
…Make
Charging
Cannot charge.
(The Charging indicator does not light, or it flickers.)
sure the battery pack is attached to the FOMA terminal
…Make
correctly. (See page 18)
sure the power plug of the adapter is securely inserted into
…Make
the outlet or cigarette lighter socket.
sure the adapter and the FOMA terminal are connected
…Make
correctly. (See page 19)
you use an AC adapter (option), make sure its connector
…When
is firmly connected to the FOMA terminal or the desktop holder
(option). (See page 19)
you use the desktop holder, make sure the connector
…When
terminal of the FOMA terminal is not stained. If it is stained, wipe
the terminal part with a dry cotton swab, etc.
…If
you talk on the phone, have communications, or operate other
functions for a long time during battery charge, the temperature of
the FOMA terminal may rise to flicker the Call/Charging indicator.
In that case, charge the battery after the FOMA terminal cools
down. (See page 19)
Others
Operation of terminal
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While you operate the FOMA terminal or charge the battery,
they get hot.
operating or charging, or when you talk on the videophone,
…While
operate i-αppli programs, or watch 1Seg programs for a long
time during battery charge, the FOMA terminal, battery pack, or
adapter may become warm, but this is not a safety hazard, so you
can continue to use them.
The usable time of the battery is short.
sure not to leave the FOMA terminal out-of-service-area for
…Make
a long time. If your FOMA terminal is left out-of-service area, it
searches for radio waves to establish communications, consuming
more power.
usable time of the battery pack varies depending on the
…The
usage environment or its remaining life.
packs are consumables. The usable time slightly shortens
…Battery
each time you charge the battery. If the usable time becomes
extremely short as compared with the default state even if fully
charged, purchase the specified battery pack.
The power of the FOMA terminal shuts down and restarts.
…If
the terminal of the battery pack is stained, the connection might
deteriorate to shut down the power. Wipe the battery terminal with
a dry cotton swab, etc.
Pressing keys is disabled.
sure Lock All is deactivated.
…Make
sure Key Lock is deactivated.
…Make
sure Side Keys Guard is set to “OFF”.
…Make
sure the Touchpad is off. (See page 28)
…Make
The UIM is not recognized.
sure you insert the UIM in the correct direction. (See page 18)
…Make
Call
Osaifu-Keitai
Cannot use Osaifu-Keitai function.
…If
you remove the battery pack or activate Omakase Lock, the IC
card function becomes unavailable regardless of the setting of IC
Card Lock. (See page 18, page 38)
sure IC Card Lock is deactivated.
…Make
sure you place the f mark on the FOMA terminal over
…Make
the scanning device. (See page 69)
Others
Cannot make a call by pressing numeric keys.
sure Keypad Dial Lock is deactivated.
…Make
sure Restrict Dialing is deactivated.
…Make
sure Lock All is deactivated.
…Make
sure Self Mode is deactivated.
…Make
Cannot talk.
(“
” does not disappear even if you move to another place.
You cannot make or receive a call, though the radio wave
conditions are not bad.)
off and on the FOMA terminal, or remove and attach/insert
…Turn
the battery pack or UIM. (See page 18, page 20)
on the radio wave property, you may not be able to
…Depending
make or receive a call even if the FOMA terminal is “within service
area” or “
” is displayed for a radio wave condition. Move to
another place and redial.
sure the call restrictions such as Call Rejection, Call
…Make
Acceptance, etc. are deactivated.
on the radio wave congestion state, calls and mail
…Depending
messages may be congested and hard to be connected in
crowded places. In that case, the message “Please wait” or “Please
wait for a while” is displayed and a busy tone sounds. Move to
another place or wait for a while, and then redial.
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Warranty and After-Sales Service
■Warranty
⿠
sure that you have received a warranty card provided at purchase.
⿠Make
After checking the contents of the warranty card as well as “Shop
name and date of purchase”, keep the warranty card in a safe place. If
you notice that necessary items of the warranty card are not filled in,
immediately contact the shop where you purchased the FOMA terminal
from. The term of the warranty is one year from the date of purchase.
⿠ or part of this product including the accessories may be modified
⿠All
for improvement without notice.
Others
■After-sales services
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◎When there is a problem with the FOMA terminal
Before asking repairs, check “Troubleshooting” in this manual or in
“使いかたナビ (Guide)” mounted on the FOMA terminal. (“使いか
たナビ (Guide)” is available in Japanese mode only.) If the problem
remains unsolved, contact the “Repairs” counter listed on the back
page of this manual for malfunction and consult them.
◎When repairs are necessitated as a result of consultation:
Bring your FOMA terminal to a repair counter specified by
DOCOMO. Note that your FOMA terminal is accepted for repair
during the repair counter’s business hours. Further, note that you
may need to wait for fixing depending on the malfunction state.
■ warranty period
■In
・Your FOMA terminal is repaired charge free in accordance with
the terms of warranty.
・Make sure that you bring the warranty card to the counter for
repair. If you do not show the warranty card, or when troubles or
malfunctions are regarded to be caused by your mishandling (the
damages of liquid crystal display, connector, etc.), the repair cost
is charged even within the warranty period.
・The cost for troubles caused by the use of devices and
consumables other than those specified by DOCOMO is charged
even within the warranty period.
■
may not be carried out in the following cases:
■Repairs
・When exposure to water is found at our repair counter (Example:
When the waterproof sticker reacts)
・When, as a result of inspection at our repair center, corrosion is
found due to exposure to water, dew condensation, or sweat, or when
damage or deformation is found in the circuit board [Repairs might
not be carried out when damage to the connector terminal (earphone/
microphone terminal) or LCD, or cracks in the body are found.]
※Even if repair is feasible, the repair cost is charged when the
trouble you suffer matches one of the symptoms listed above,
which is not supported by the warranty.
■
the warranty period
■After
We will repair your FOMA terminal on request (charges will apply).
■
parts availability period
■Spare
The minimum storage period of the performance spare parts (parts
required for maintaining performance) for the FOMA terminal is
basically six years after the closure of its production. Note, however,
that your FOMA terminal might not be repaired depending on the
troubled portions because of the shortage of spare parts.
◎Other points to note
⿠
sure not to modify the FOMA terminal or its accessories.
⿠Make
・We might reject to repair depending on the degrees of your
modification. The following might be regarded as modifications:
・To put stickers, etc. onto the liquid crystal display or keys
・To decorate the FOMA terminal using adhesives
・To replace the coverings etc. with those of other than
DOCOMO genuine products
・Repairs of troubles or malfunctions resulting from the
modifications are charged even within the warranty period.
⿠ not peel the nameplate off the FOMA terminal.
⿠Do
Note that when we cannot ensure the contents described on the
nameplate and therefore cannot verify the product conformity to the
technical standard, it might happen that we at DOCOMO reject to
repair the malfunction.
⿠
information such as about function settings and Total
⿠The
Calls Duration, etc. might be reset depending on the troubles
or repairs, or the way you handle the FOMA terminal. Set the
settings again.
⿠
parts generating magnetism are used in the following
⿠The
portions of the FOMA terminal. Note that if you place a
magnetism-sensitive object such as a cash card near the FOMA
terminal, the card might become unusable.
Portions: speaker, earpiece
⿠ the FOMA terminal gets wet or becomes moist, immediately
⿠If
turn off the power and remove the battery pack; then visit a repair
counter. The FOMA terminal may not be repaired depending on
the condition.
i-mode Fault Diagnosis Site
You can check on your FOMA terminal whether
sending/receiving mail messages, downloading
images/melodies, and others are normally working.
When you think your FOMA terminal is in trouble as
a result of your check, contact the “Repairs” counter
listed on the back page of this manual.
⿠ connect to i
“ モード故障診断サイト
⿠To
(i-mode Fault Diagnosis Site)”
[in Japanese only]
i-mode site:
QR code for
iMenu→お知らせ (News)
accessing the site
→サービス・機能 (Services & Functions)
→iモード (i-mode)→iモード故障診断 (i-mode Fault
Diagnosis)
⿠ packet communication fee for connecting to the
⿠A
i-mode Fault Diagnosis Site is free. (When you access it
from overseas, you are charged a fee.)
Others
83
Others
Updating Software
84
This function is for updating software programs in the FOMA terminal by using packet communication if necessary.
※A packet communication fee for updating software programs is free.
The DOCOMO website and “お客様サポート (User support)” in JapaneseiMenu lets you know information about
updating software programs. There are three methods for updating software programs; “Auto-update”, “Update Now”
and “Reserve Update”.
⿠
can update software programs, with data retained, such as Phonebook entries, images shot by the camera, or
⿠You
downloaded data in the FOMA terminal; however note that data may not be protected depending on the conditions (such
as malfunction, damage, or drench) your FOMA terminal is placed in. You are advised to back up important data. Note
that data such as downloaded ones might not be backed up.
■
Using Software Update
■Before
⿠ not remove the battery pack while updating software programs. You may fail to update.
⿠Do
⿠
charge the battery before updating software programs.
⿠Fully
⿠ may take time to update (download or rewrite) software programs.
⿠It
⿠
cannot make/receive calls, use communication functions, and other functions while updating software programs.
⿠You
(You can receive voice calls during download.)
⿠
are advised to update software programs when radio wave is strong enough with the three antennas displayed and
⿠You
while you are not moving. If radio wave conditions get worse while downloading software programs, or download is
suspended, move to a place with better radio wave conditions and try again to update software programs.
⿠
updating software programs, the proprietary information about your FOMA terminal (model name or serial number,
⿠When
etc.) is automatically sent to the server (DOCOMO-managed server for Software Update). We at DOCOMO never use the
sent information for purposes other than to update software programs.
⿠ you fail to update software programs, “Rewrite failed” is displayed and you cannot do all operations. In that
⿠If
case, you are kindly requested to come to a repair counter specified by DOCOMO.
⿠
cannot use Software Update overseas.
⿠You
■Start Software Update from Icon
1
Select “Update notification icon” on the
Stand-by display.
■Start Software Update from Menu
1
+m from the Stand-by display
▶Set./Service▶Other settings
▶Software update
2
Enter your Terminal
Security Code
▶Select “Update”.
3
Go to step 2 of “Start Software Update
from Icon” on page 85.
Update notification icon
Check whether you need to update software programs.
2
When update is necessary, “Update
is needed” is displayed. And you can
select either “Now update” or “Reserve”.
Others
⿠When you
select “Now
update”, update
immediately
starts.
⿠When rewriting
is completed,
your FOMA
terminal automatically restarts and the Update
Completion Confirmation display appears.
⿠When you select “Reserve”, you can select the
date and time you want.
85
Check Harmful Data
About scanning function
You can detect data or application programs, which might cause troubles, from among those downloaded to your FOMA terminal, and
then can delete the data or stop starting the application programs.
⿠
scan function provides a certain protective measure to filter out data that might cause troubles with your FOMA terminal at the time
⿠This
when you browse websites or receive messages. Note that when the virus pattern data supporting respective troubles is not yet downloaded
to your FOMA terminal, or when no virus pattern data supporting them is found, this function is disabled to prevent troubles from occurring.
⿠
virus pattern data installed on the FOMA terminal differs in content by every model. Note that we at DOCOMO might stop to distribute
⿠The
the virus pattern data for models on market for last three years since their release.
Update pattern data
■
of all, update the pattern data to make it the latest.
■First
+m from the Stand-by display▶Set./Service▶Lock/Security▶Scanning function▶Update▶YES▶YES▶OK
About displays for scanning results
■
the display for scanned problem elements
■About
A warning display appears when problematic data is found. Select “Detail” from the warning display to show the
name of the problem element.
⿠
six or more problem elements are found, the sixth and later problem element names are omitted.
⿠When
⿠
might not appear depending on the detected problem element.
⿠“Detail”
Others
■
displays for scanning result
■The
Alert level 0
Alert level 1
86
OK����� Continues the
operation.
alert displays
⿠
⿠The
for displaying
i-mode mail
messages or SMS
messages may
differ from those
YES��� Stops and ends OK����� Stops and ends YES��� Deletes the data OK����� Deletes the data at left.
the operation.
the operation.
and ends the
and ends the
NO����� Continues the
operation.
operation.
NO����� Stops and ends
operation.
the operation.
Alert level 2
Alert level 3
Alert level 4
Introduction of Options and Related Devices
Combining various options with the FOMA terminal, you can realize more versatile use from personal purpose
to business purposes. Some products may not be dealt in depending on the area. For details, consult a
handling counter such as a docomo Shop. For details on options, refer to the user’s manuals of respective
options and related devices.
・Battery Pack P20
・Back Cover P39
・FOMA AC Adapter 01/02※1
・FOMA AC Adapter 01 for Global use※1
・FOMA DC Adapter 01/02
・FOMA Portable Charging Adapter 01
・FOMA Dry Battery Adapter 01
・Desktop Holder P36
・FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02※2
・FOMA USB Cable※2
・FOMA Indoor Booster Antenna※3
・FOMA Indoor Booster Antenna (Stand Type)※3
・Carry Case L 01
・In-Car Holder 01
・Flat-plug AV Output Cable P01※4
・Earphone/Microphone 01
See page 19 for charging batteries using AC adapter.
If you use a USB hub, outer devices may not work correctly.
Use it in Japan only.
Earphone Plug Adapter for External connector terminal 01 is required.
Earphone Plug Adapter P001 and Earphone Plug Adapter for External connector terminal 01 are required.
AC Adapter for Bluetooth Headset F01 is required.
To charge the P-01B, FOMA In-Car Hands-Free Cable 01 is required.
Others
※1
※2
※3
※4
※5
※6
※7
・Stereo Earphone Set 01
・Earphone/Microphone with Switch P001/P002※5
・Stereo Earphone Set P001※5
・Flat-plug Earphone/Microphone with Switch P01/P02※4
・Flat-plug Stereo Earphone Set P01※4
・Earphone Plug Adapter P001※4
・Earphone Plug Adapter for External connector terminal 01
・Earphone Plug Adapter 01
・Flat-plug Connector/Stereo Mini-jack Conversion Adapter P01※4
・Bluetooth Headset F01※6
・AC Adapter for Bluetooth Headset F01
・Wireless Earphone Set P01/02
・Bone conduction microphone/receiver 01※4/02
・In-Car Hands-Free Kit 01※7
・FOMA In-Car Hands-Free Cable 01
87
Mail
Appendix
Function List
Mail settings
Others
88
Inbox
Outbox
Draft
Compose message
Create new Decome-Anime
Deco-mail
Template
Decome-Anime
Check new messages
Compose SMS
Check new SMS
Receive option
Scroll
Font size setting
Mail list display
Message display
Mail security
Secret mail display
Mail settings
Auto color label
Pred. conv. at reply
Header/signature
Set check new messages
Auto-display
Receiving display
Receive option setting
SMS settings
Area Mail settings
i-mode
Mail
Execute “Reset settings” on page 39 for the items
indicated by
, to return to the respective defaults.
Attachment preference
Auto-start attachment
Address/Spam Mail set.
Feel*Mail
Auto save setting
Check settings
SMS report request
SMS validity period
SMS input character
SMS center setting
Receive setting
Beep time
Manner/Public mode set
Check ring tone
Other menu
iMenu Search
Bookmark
Screen memo
i-mode Browser
Full Browser
Last URL
Enter URL
i-Channel
Channel list
Ticker ON/OFF
Ticker font size set.
Ticker color set.
Ticker scroll speed
Reset i-Channel
Post blog
i-mode settings
i-mode Browser set.
Full Browser set.
Common settings
Check settings
Reset i-mode setting
i-αppli
Full Browser Home
Set./Service
i-mode
i-mode settings
Sound
Software list (phone)
iαppli (microSD)
Software list
iαppli data
iαppli call logs
iαppli info
iαppli settings
Display
About iαppli
Illumination
Others
End stand-by info
End Widget appli inf
Security error history
Auto start info
Trace info
Auto start setting
Disp. software info
i-Widget roaming set.
i-Widget sound effect
Prefer AUTO-GPS
iαppli call settings
iαppli volume
Preferred tone
αBacklight
αPower saver
αVibrator
Check settings
Select ring tone (+m13)
Ring volume (+m50)
Keypad sound (+m30)
Melody effect (+m64)
Headset usage setting (+m51)
Mail/Msg. ring time (+m68)
Charge sound
Display setting (+m56)
Backlight (+m70)
View blind
Color theme setting (+m86)
Machi-chara
Menu icon setting (+m57)
Horizontal open menu
Private menu setting (+m52)
Desktop icon (+m63)
Private window (+m93)
Font (+m66)
Font size setting
Select language (+m15)
Recv. mail/call at open
Image quality
LCD AI
Icons (+m36)
All illum. setting
Incoming illumination (+m89)
Illumination in talk
Missed/unread illum.
Music&Video Ch illum.
Illum. when closed
Hourly illumination
89
Kisekae
i-concier
Lock/Security
Others
Call time/cost
Clock
Incoming call
90
Information disp. set.
Self mode
Lock all
Personal data lock
IC card lock
Secret mode (+m40)
Secret data only (+m41)
Secret recv. call
Keypad dial lock
Reject unknown
Call setting w/o ID (+m10)
Change security code (+m29)
UIM setting
Scanning function
Lock setting
Call data (+m61)
Reset total cost&dura. (+m60)
Notice call cost
CLR max cost icon
Set time (+m31)
World time watch
Summer time
Auto power ON/OFF
Alarm setting
Vibrator (+m54)
Manner mode set (+m20)
Set./Service
Set./Service
Illumination
MUSIC illumination
Bluetooth illumination
IC card illumination
Check settings
Incoming call
Talk
Videophone
Network setting
NW services
Answer setting (+m58)
Setting when opened
Record display set
Disp. PH-book image
Set call/receive No.
Ring time (+m90)
Info notice setting (+m65)
V.phone while packet
Auto call/answer set.
Melody Call setting
Volume
Setting when closed (+m18)
Hold tone setting
Shikkari Talk
Noise reduction (+m76)
Quality alarm (+m75)
Reconnect signal (+m77)
Visual preference
Select image
Hands-free w/ V.phone
Voice call auto redial
Remote monitoring
Notify switchable mode
Prefix setting
Femtocell setting
Caller ID notification (+m17)
Voice mail
Call waiting
Call forwarding
Nuis. call blocking
Caller ID request
Other settings
Data box
My picture (+m46)
MUSIC
Music&Video Channel
imotion/Movie
Melody (+m16)
My documents
Kisekae Tool
Machi-chara
Chara-den
Image
1Seg
Video
Position memory
Document viewer
Font
SD other files
LifeKit
Set./Service
NW services
Bar code reader
Receive Ir data
(+m79)
microSD
Camera
Scan code
Saved data
Receive
Receive all
Refer microSD data
Backup/Restore
Photo mode
Movie mode
View photos
View movies
Others
2in1 setting
Multi number
Arrival call act
Set in-call arrival act
Remote access
Dual network
English guidance
Overseas NW search
Overseas setting
Overseas service
Additional service
Contact DOCOMO
OFFICEED
Chaku-moji
Work with style
Touchpad setting
Side keys guard
TV/録画 long press
long press set.
Character input method (+m35)
Battery
Pause dial (+m84)
Sub-address setting
Headset mic. setting
Voice settings
USB mode setting
Check settings
Reset settings (+m23)
Initialize
Software update
91
Map/GPS
Rec. msg/voice
memo (+m55)
Others
Voice recorder
Pedometer
Data Security
Service
Guide
92
i-concier
Check/How to update
Exchanging history
PB image sending
Backup PB etc./update
Backup set./update
Backup images
Phonebook
LifeKit
Bluetooth
Device list
Register New Devices
Activate Bluetooth/Bluetooth power OFF
Accept registered
Accept dialup devices
Bluetooth settings
Map
imadoco search
imadoco kantan search
i-area
Map/GPS αppli
Position location
Notify of location
Location history
AUTO-GPS
GPS settings
Play/Erase msg.
Play/Erase VP msg.
Record message setting
Voice memo
Voice announce
Add to phonebook
Search phonebook
UIM operation
Dialed/recv. calls
(+m24)
Own number (+m0)
Group setting
Phone
UIM
Reading?
Group?
Memory No.?
Name?
Phone number?
Mail address?
2-touch dial?
Copy
Delete
Dialed calls
Received calls
Restrict dialing
Call rejection
Restrictions
Call acceptance
Call forwarding
Voice mail
Font size setting
Phonebook settings Voice dial setting
(+m26)
Mail group
Forwarding image
No. of phonebook
MUSIC
MUSIC Player
1Seg
Activate 1Seg
Program guide
TV timer list
Timer recording list
Recording result
TVlink
Channel list
1Seg
Common phrases
Own dictionary
Download dictionary
Create learned wd list
Osaifu-Keitai
Phrase/own dict.
(+m38)
Channel setting
Reset channel setting
Reset storage area
Reset TV settings
Check TV settings
IC card content
DCMX
ToruCa
IC card lock set.
IC card lock
IC lock (power-off)
ToruCa from IC card
Auto reading ToruCa
Recv. ToruCa display
ToruCa from 1Seg
Check same ToruCa
Check IC owner
Change IC owner
Search by i-mode
Select area
Auto channel setting
Display/operation
Video
Display light
Sound effect
Recording
Data broadcasting
ECO mode
Touchpad
Redial
Public mode (Drive mode)
Manner mode
Videophone
Character input
Others
User settings
User settings
Settings
Music&Video Channel
Others
Stationery
Alarm (+m44)
Schedule (+m45)
ToDo (+m95)
Text memo (+m42)
Calculator (+m85)
Dictionary
93
Main Specifications
Others
■
■Handset
94
Model
P-01B
Dimensions (when closed) Height: Approx. 111 mm
Width: Approx. 50 mm
Depth: Approx. 17.7 mm
(at thickest point: Approx. 19.4 mm)
Weight (with the battery
Approx. 135 g
pack attached)
Continuous FOMA/ 3G/GSM setting In motion: Approx. 340 hours
standby
3G
[3G]
time
3G/GSM
Standstill: Approx. 540 hours
setting [Auto] In motion: Approx. 330 hours
GSM 3G/GSM
Standstill: Approx. 250 hours
setting [Auto]
Continuous FOMA/3G
Voice call
:Approx. 190 minutes
talk time
Videophone call:Approx. 110 minutes
GSM
Voice call: Approx. 230 minutes
1Seg watching time
Approx. 230 minutes
(when Mobile W-Speed is OFF:
Approx. 290 minutes)
(in ECO Mode: Approx. 340 minutes)
Charging time
AC adapter: Approx. 120 minutes
DC adapter: Approx. 120 minutes
LCD
Type
Display
: TFT 262,144 colors
Private window: TFT 262,144 colors
Size
Display
: Approx. 3.3 inches
Private window: Approx. 2.0 inches
Number of pixels Display: 409,920 pixels (480 dots x 854 dots)
Private window: 102,480 pixels
(427 dots x 240 dots)
Image
pickup
device
Type
Inside camera : CMOS
Outside camera: CMOS
Size
Inside camera : 1/10.0 inches
Outside camera: 1/3.2 inches
Camera Number of
Inside camera : Approx. 330,000 pixels
effective pixels Outside camera: Approx. 8,100,000 pixels
Number of recording Inside camera : Approx. 310,000 pixels
pixels (maximum)
Outside camera: Approx. 8,000,000 pixels
Recording Number of
Approx. 2,400 max. (default)
recordable still
Approx. 3,500 max. (when the deletable
pre-installed data files are deleted)
images※1
Number of still
VGA: 4
QVGA: 5 through 10
QCIF: 5 through 20
images for
continuous shooting Sub-QCIF: 5 through 20
Music
Continuous
SD-Audio file (supports Play Background):
playback playback time※2 Approx. 6,500 minutes※3
Chaku-uta Full® music file (supports Play
Background): Approx. 6,000 minutes※3
i-motion file (including Chaku-uta®
music file): Approx. 540 minutes※3
WMA file (supports Play Background):
Approx. 4,600 minutes
Music&Video Channel program
(supports Play Background)
Sound
: Approx. 6,000 minutes
Moving picture: Approx. 240 minutes
Memory Chaku-uta®
Approx. 250 Mbytes※4
capacity Chaku-uta Full®
“Chaku-uta” is a registered trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
※1: Image size: Sub-QCIF (128 x 96), Image quality: Normal, File size: 10 Kbytes
※2: The continuous playback time is the estimated duration that you can play back
using the Stereo Earphone Set 01 (option) with the FOMA terminal closed.
※3: File format: AAC
※4: Shares with still images, i-motion files, melodies, PDF files, Music&Video Channel
programs, Kisekae Tool files, Machi-chara images, font files, ToruCa files, and
i-αppli programs.
■
pack
■Battery
■
time of 1Seg
■Recordable
Name of product
Battery type
Voltage
Capacity
Battery Pack P20
Li-ion (lithium ion) battery
3.7 V
800 mAh
■
of shooting
■Specifications
<Still image>
File format (Extension)
JPEG (jpg)
The number of files that can be Approx. 3,500 max.
saved
The number of files that can be Approx. 3,870 max.
saved to the microSD card (64
Mbytes)
<Movie>
File format (Extension)
MP4, ASF (3gp, asf)
Recordable time
Approx. 497 seconds max. ※1
Recordable time to the microSD Approx. 137 minutes max. ※2
card (64 Mbytes)
<Zoom (Digital)>
Photo
Approx. 5,120 minutes
⿠The maximum recordable time is the estimate for 224 kbps of video, 48
kbps of audio, and 52 kbps of data (including captions). The recordable time
varies depending on the broadcasting station or program.
⿠The maximum file size for continuous recording is up to 2 Gbytes under
SD-VIDEO specifications.
■
of savable/registerable items in FOMA Terminal
■Number
Function
Phonebook
Schedule
Mail
Still image
i-motion file
Music&Video
Channel
Received mail
Sent mail
Number of savable/registerable
items
1,000
2,500
2,500 max. ※1※2
1,000 max. ※2
3,500 max. ※2
3,500 max. ※2
2
Downloaded
program
Saved program 10 max. ※2
3,500 max. ※2
100 max. ※2
31 levels
Approx. 12.7 times
Kisekae-Tool
i-αppli
31 levels
Approx. 12.7 times
※1 Includes pre-installed data.
※2 The number of savable/registerable items may decrease depending on
the data volume.
※1 Maximum recording duration per shot that can be saved to the main unit
under the conditions of “Image size: Sub-QCIF (128 x 96)/File size setting:
Mail restriction (L)/Image quality: Normal/Movie type set: Normal”.
※2 Maximum recording duration per shot that can be saved to the microSD
card (64 Mbytes) under the conditions of “Image size: Sub-QCIF (128
x 96)/File size setting: Long time/Image quality: Normal/Movie type set:
Normal”.
Others
Movie
Level of zoom
The maximum
magnifications
Level of zoom
The maximum
magnifications
Maximum (total) recordable
time to the microSDHC card (16
Gbytes)
95
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of
Mobile Phone
Others
■SAR Certification Information
96
This model phone P-01B meets the MIC’s* technical regulation for
exposure to radio waves.
The technical regulation established permitted levels of radio
frequency energy, based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies. The regulation employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The
SAR limit is 2 watts/kilogram (W/kg)** averaged over ten grams of
tissue. The limit includes a substantial safety margin designed to
assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The
value of the limit is equal to the international guidelines recommended
by ICNIRP***.
All phone models should be confirmed to comply with the regulation,
before they are available for sale to the public. The highest SAR value
for this model phone is 0.976 W/kg.
It was taken by the Telecom Engineering Center (TELEC), a
Registered Certification Agency on the Radio Law. The test for
SAR was conducted in accordance with the MIC testing procedure
using standard operating positions with the phone transmitting at its
highest permitted power level in all tested frequency bands. While
there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones
and at various positions, they all meet the MIC’s technical regulation.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level,
the actual SAR of the phone during operation can be well below the
maximum value.
For further information about SAR, please see the websites as shown
on the right:
World Health Organization (WHO): http://www.who.int/peh-emf/
ICNIRP: http://www.icnirp.de/
MIC:
http://www.tele.soumu.go.jp/e/index.htm
TELEC: http://www.telec.or.jp/ENG/Index_e.htm
NTT DOCOMO: http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/product/sar/
Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.: http://panasonic.jp/mobile/
(In Japanese only)
* Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
** The technical regulation is provided in Article 14-2 of the Ministry
Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment.
*** International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
■European RF Exposure Information
This mobile phone complies with the EU requirements for exposure to radio
waves.
Your mobile phone is a radio transceiver, designed and manufactured not to
exceed the SAR* limits** for exposure to radio-frequency (RF) energy, which
SAR* value, when tested for compliance against the standard was 0.663 W/kg.
While there may be differences between the SAR* levels of various phones
and at various positions, they all meet*** the EU requirements for RF
exposure.
*
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
** The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram
(W/kg) averaged over ten grams of tissue, recommended by The Council of
the European Union. The limit incorporates a substantial margin of safety to
give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in
measurements.
*** Tests for SAR have been conducted using standard operating positions
with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested
frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified
power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well
below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate
at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower
the power output.
■Declaration of Conformity
The product “P-01B” is declared to conform with the essential requirements
of European Union Directive 1999/5/EC Radio and Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment Directive 3.1(a), 3.1(b) and 3.2. The Declaration of
Conformity can be found on http://panasonic.net/pmc/support/index.html.
※The European RTTE approval of this product is limited to the use of the P-01B
handset, Battery Pack and FOMA AC Adapter for Global use (100 to 240 V AC)
only. Other accessories are not part of the approval.
■FCC Notice
⿠This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
⿠Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
■FCC RF Exposure Information
* In the United States, the SAR limit for wireless mobile phones used by the
public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. SAR values may
vary depending upon national reporting requirements and the network band.
Others
This model phone meets the U.S. government’s requirements for exposure
to radio waves.
Your wireless phone contains a radio transmitter and receiver. Your phone is
designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the
U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines are based
on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations through
periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit set
by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.* Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating
positions accepted by the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest certified
power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the
highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating
can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the
lower the output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and
certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the U.S.
government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in
various positions and locations (for example, at the ear and worn on the body) as
required by FCC for each model. The highest SAR value for this model phone as
reported to the FCC when tested for use at the ear is 0.627 W/kg, and when worn
on the body in a holster or carry case, is 0.339 W/kg. (Body-worn measurements
differ among phone models, depending upon available accessories and FCC
requirements). While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions, they all meet the U.S. government requirement.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model phone with
all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure
guidelines. SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and can
be found under the Display Grant section at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid/ after
search on FCC ID UCE209021A.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC RF
exposure guidelines when used with an accessory designated for this product
or when used with an accessory that contains no metal and that positions the
handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from the body.
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Others
■Important Safety Information
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AIRCRAFT
Switch off your wireless device when boarding an aircraft or whenever you are
instructed to do so by airline staff. If your device offers a ‘flight mode’ or similar
feature consult airline staff as to whether it can be used on board.
DRIVING
Full attention should be given to driving at all times and local laws and regulations
restricting the use of wireless devices while driving must be observed.
HOSPITALS
Mobile phones should be switched off wherever you are requested to do so in
hospitals, clinics or health care facilities. These requests are designed to prevent
possible interference with sensitive medical equipment.
PETROL STATIONS
Obey all posted signs with respect to the use of wireless devices or other radio
equipment in locations with flammable material and chemicals. Switch off your
wireless device whenever you are instructed to do so by authorized staff.
INTERFERENCE
Care must be taken when using the phone in close proximity to personal medical
devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 15 cm
be maintained between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. To achieve this use the phone on the opposite
ear to your pacemaker and do not carry it in a breast pocket.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event
of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to
discuss alternatives.
For other Medical Devices:
Please consult your physician and the device manufacturer to determine if
operation of your phone may interfere with the operation of your medical device.
Export Administration Regulations
This product and its accessories might be covered by the Japan
Export Administration Regulations (“Foreign Exchange and Foreign
Trade Law” and its related laws). To export this product and its
accessories, take the required measures on your responsibility and at
your expenses. For details on the procedures, contact the Ministry of
Economy, Trade and Industry.
Intellectual Property Right
■Copyrights and Portrait rights
You have no right to copy, modify, or distribute the contents such as text, images,
music, or software programs downloaded from websites on the Internet, or images shot
by the cameras of this product without permission from the copyright holder except for
when the copy or quote is for personal use that is allowed by the copyright law.
Note that it may be prohibited to shoot or record live performances or exhibitions even
for personal use. Make sure that you refrain from shooting portraits of other persons
and distributing such portraits over the Internet without consent, as this violates portrait
rights.
■Trademarks
⿠“FOMA”, “i-mode”, “i-αppli”, “i-motion”, “Deco-mail”, “Chara-den”, “ToruCa”, “mopera”,
“WORLD CALL”, “Dual Network”, “i-Channel”, “DCMX”, “Security Scan”, “i-area”,
“WORLD WING”, “Public mode”, “OFFICEED”, “2in1”, “docomo PRIME series”,
and the logos of “FOMA”, “i-mode”, “i-αppli”, “iC”, and “Music&Video Channel” are
trademarks or registered trademarks of NTT DOCOMO, INC.
⿠“Multitask” is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation.
⿠QR code is a registered trademark of Denso Wave Inc.
⿠使いかたナビ® is a registered trademark of CANNAC, Inc.
⿠“VIERA®” and “One-push Open™” are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Panasonic Corporation.
⿠Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
⿠Powered by Mascot Capsule®/Micro3D Edition™ Mascot Capsule® is a trademark of
HI CORPORATION.
⿠Napster is a registered trademark of Napster, LLC. and/or its affiliates in the US and/
or other countries.
⿠Other company names and product names described in the text are trademarks or
registered trademarks of those companies.
■Others
⿠This product contains NetFront Browser, NetFront Document
Viewer and NetFront Sync Client of ACCESS CO., LTD.
ACCESS, the ACCESS logo, and NetFront are registered
trademarks or trademarks of ACCESS CO., LTD. in the United
States, Japan and/or other countries.
Copyright © 2009 ACCESS CO., LTD. All rights reserved.
⿠This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
⿠IrFront is a trademark or registered trademark of ACCESS CO., LTD. in Japan and
other countries.
The IrDA Feature Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association and used
under license therefrom.
Others
⿠“Catch Phone (Call waiting service)” is a registered trademark of Nippon Telegraph
and Telephone Corporation.
⿠Free Dial logo mark is a registered trademark of NTT Communications Corporation.
⿠McAfee® is registered trademarks or trademarks of McAfee, Inc. and/or its affiliates in
the US and/or other countries.
⿠G-GUIDE, G-GUIDE MOBILE and their logos are registered trademarks
in Japan of U.S. Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its affiliates.
⿠QuickTime is a registered trademark of Apple Inc., in the US and other
countries.
⿠NAVIDIAL and NAVIDIAL logo mark are trademarks of NTT Communications
Corporation.
⿠Microsoft®, Windows®, and Windows Vista® are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
⿠Windows Media® is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
⿠Powered by JBlend™ Copyright 2002-2009 Aplix Corporation. All rights
reserved.
JBlend and JBlend-related trademarks are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Aplix Corporation in Japan and other countries.
⿠f is a registered trademark of FeliCa Networks, Inc.
⿠microSDHC logo is a trademark.
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Others
100
⿠Contains Adobe® Flash® Lite® and Adobe Reader®
Mobile technology by Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Adobe Flash Lite Copyright © 2003-2009 Adobe Systems
Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Adobe Reader Mobile Copyright © 1993-2009 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights
reserved.
Adobe, Adobe Reader, Flash, and Flash Lite are either registered trademarks
or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other
countries.
⿠FeliCa is a contactless IC card technology developed by Sony Corporation.
⿠FeliCa is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.
⿠“CROSS YOU” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
⿠Google and Google Map for Mobile are trademarks of Google Inc.
⿠This product contains software licensed complying with GNU General Public License
(GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), etc.
For more details, see “readme.txt” in the “GPL・LGPL等について” folder on the
bundled CD-ROM. (“readme.txt” is only available in Japanese version.)
⿠“Text Profiler” is trademark of OMRON Corporation.
⿠The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use
of such marks by NTT DOCOMO, INC. is under license. Other trademarks and trade
names are those of their respective owners.
⿠This product is loaded with Bluetooth™ Stack for Embedded Systems Spec 2.0 by
Toshiba Corp.
⿠MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
⿠This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 patent portfolio license, AVC patent
portfolio license and VC-1 patent portfolio license for the personal and noncommercial use of a consumer to
(i) encode video in compliance with the MPEG-4 Visual Standard, AVC Standard
and VC-1 Standard (“MPEG-4/AVC/VC-1 Video”) and/or
(ii) decode MPEG-4/AVC/VC-1 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a
personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a licensed video
provider licensed to provide MPEG-4/AVC/VC-1 Video.
No license is granted or implied for any other use.
Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, L.L.C.
See http://www.mpegla.com.
⿠Copyright 2001 Seiko Epson Corporation.
All Rights Reserved. PRINT Image Matching is a trademark of Seiko
Epson Corporation.
The PRINT Image Matching logo is a trademark of Seiko Epson
Corporation.
⿠This product is manufactured or sold under license from InterDigital Technology
Corporation.
⿠This product uses GestureTek’s technology.
Copyright © 2006-2009, GestureTek, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
⿠The abbreviations used for respective operating systems (Japanese version) in this
manual are as shown below:
Windows Vista is the abbreviation of Windows Vista® (Home Basic, Home Premium,
Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate).
Windows XP is the abbreviation of Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating
system or Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition operating system.
Windows 2000 is the abbreviation of Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional
operating system.
⿠This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft
Corporation and third parties. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this
product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft
subsidiary and third parties.
⿠This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft
Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is
prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
⿠Content providers are using the digital rights management technology for Windows
Media contained in this device (“WM-DRM”) to protect the integrity of their content
(“Secure Content”) so that their intellectual property, including copyright, in such
content is not misappropriated. This device uses WM-DRM Software to play
Secure Content (“WM-DRM Software”). If the security of the WM-DRM Software in
this device has been compromised, owners of Secure Content (“Secure Content
Owners”) may request that Microsoft revoke the WM-DRM Software’s right to acquire
new licenses to copy, display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation does not alter
the WM-DRM Software’s ability to play unprotected content. A list of Revoked WMDRM Software is sent to your device whenever you download a license for Secure
Content from the Internet or from a PC. Microsoft may, in conjunction with such
license, also download revocation lists onto your device on behalf of Secure Content
Owners.
⿠“ケータイTOOL<辞書> (KEITAI TOOL <Dictionary>)” pre-installed in this product
uses “English-Japanese/Japanese-English/Japanese dictionaries of Gakken Co.,
LTD.”.
⿠“漢字検定” and “漢検” are trademarks of Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation.
Index
A
AC adapter ................................... 19
After-sales services..................... 82
Alarm ............................................ 72
Antenna .......................................... 5
Area mail ...................................... 51
AUTO-GPS .................................... 59
Auto-sort ...................................... 50
Available services overseas ....... 47
B
C
Calendar ....................................... 71
Call/charging indicator .................. 5
Caller ID notification.................... 41
Call forwarding............................. 45
D
Deco-mail ..................................... 49
Decome-Anime ............................ 49
Desktop holder ............................ 19
Desktop icon ................................ 23
Display .......................................4, 22
Display setting ............................. 32
E
Early warning “Area Mail” ........... 51
Earphone ........................................ 4
Earpiece.......................................... 4
Earpiece volume .......................... 42
English display ............................ 21
Export administration
regulations ................................... 98
F
FeliCa ...................................5, 69, 79
Osaifu-Keitai .............................. 69
Finder display .............................. 60
Flash ............................................... 5
Folder jump function ................... 61
FOMA antenna ............................... 5
FOMA card ................................... 18
Font size setting .......................... 34
Full browser ................................. 55
Function list ................................. 88
Function menu ............................. 27
Others
Back cover ..................................... 5
Backlight ...................................... 33
Bar code reader ........................... 72
Battery level ................................. 22
Battery pack
Attaching/removing .................... 18
Charging .................................... 19
Bluetooth function....................... 77
Bookmark ..................................... 56
Call setting without ID ................. 38
Call waiting................................... 45
Camera ......................................... 61
Shooting still images/moving
pictures ...................................... 61
Viewing still images/moving
pictures after shooting................ 61
Channel setting............................ 63
Character entry ............................ 29
Line feed .................................... 29
Pictograms ................................. 29
Smiley ........................................ 29
Symbols ..................................... 29
Charging ....................................... 19
Charging terminal .......................... 5
Check new messages ................. 50
Command navigation key ........... 24
Connector terminal........................ 4
Copyrights.................................... 99
G
GPS ............................................... 58
101
H
Holding.......................................... 40
Horizontal open lever..................... 4
Horizontal open menu.................. 26
Horizontal open style..................... 6
I
Others
i-appli............................................. 67
IC card lock................................... 38
iC communication........................ 79
i-Channel....................................... 57
i-concier......................................... 70
Illumination................................... 35
i-mode............................................ 54
i-mode fault diagnosis site.......... 83
i-mode mail.................................... 48
Compose..................................... 48
Receive....................................... 50
Reply........................................... 50
Send............................................ 48
i-mode password.......................... 36
i-motion......................................... 68
Info notice setting......................... 35
Infrared communication............... 78
Infrared data port.......................5, 78
Initialize......................................... 39
Initial setting................................. 20
Inside camera.................................. 4
102 Intellectual property right............ 99
International calls......................... 41
International roaming................... 47
Internet access............................. 54
i-Widget......................................... 67
K
Key lock......................................... 38
Keypad sound............................... 32
Kisekae tool.................................. 34
L
Light sensor.................................... 4
Lock all.......................................... 38
M
Machi-chara................................... 34
Mail................................................. 48
Main menu..................................... 26
Main specifications...................... 94
Making a call................................. 40
Making a videophone call............ 40
Manner mode................................ 32
Map................................................ 58
Map application............................ 58
Menu icon...................................... 26
Menu icon setting......................... 33
Microphone..................................... 4
microSD card................................ 74
Back up/restore........................... 76
Copy............................................ 76
Format......................................... 75
Inserting/removing...................... 74
Movie............................................. 68
MUSIC Player................................ 66
MUSIC Player display................... 66
Music&Video channel.................. 65
N
Navigation displays...................... 24
Network security code................. 36
Network services.......................... 44
Normal style.................................... 6
Notification icon........................... 23
Numeric keys.................................. 4
O
Omakase lock............................... 38
One-push open............................... 6
One-push open button................5, 6
Options.......................................... 87
Osaifu-Keitai................................. 69
Out-of-service-area indication.... 22
Outside camera............................... 5
Overseas use................................ 47
Own number.................................. 21
P
Part names and functions.............. 4
Pedometer..................................... 73
Personal data lock........................ 38
Phonebook
Add to phonebook....................... 52
Delete data.................................. 53
Edit phonebook........................... 53
Search phonebook...................... 40
Photo light....................................... 5
PIN1 code...................................... 37
PIN1 code entry set...................... 37
PIN2 code...................................... 37
Pointer........................................... 55
Portrait rights................................ 99
Position location........................... 58
Power on/off.................................. 20
Power saver mode........................ 33
Private window..........................5, 23
Public mode (Drive mode)........... 42
Public mode (Power off)............... 43
PUK (PIN unblock code).............. 37
Q
QR code......................................... 72
S
SAR................................................ 96
Scanning function........................ 86
Schedule........................................ 71
Screen memo................................ 56
Security codes.............................. 36
Security scan function
(Scanning function)...................... 86
Select language............................ 21
Select ring tone............................. 31
Services available for FOMA
terminal.......................................... 46
Simple menu................................. 26
SMS................................................ 51
Software update............................ 84
Speaker............................................ 5
Specific absorption rate............... 96
Stand-by display........................... 26
Status icon.................................... 22
Strap hole........................................ 5
Styles............................................... 6
Timer recording............................ 64
ToruCa........................................... 69
Touchpad....................................4, 28
Trademarks................................... 99
Troubleshooting............................ 80
TV timer......................................... 64
U
UIM................................................. 18
Update (Pattern data)................... 86
V
Vibrator.......................................... 31
Video.............................................. 64
Video recording............................ 64
View blind...................................... 33
Viewer display............................... 64
Voice mail...................................... 45
W
Warranty........................................ 82
WORLD CALL............................... 41
WORLD WING............................... 47
Numerics
1Seg............................................... 62
1Seg antenna.................................. 5
Others
R
Radio waves reception level........ 22
Received calls............................... 41
Receiving a call............................. 42
Receiving a videophone call....... 42
Record message........................... 43
Redial............................................. 41
Reject unknown............................ 38
Remote reset................................. 39
Reset settings............................... 39
Ring volume.................................. 31
T
Terminal security code................. 36
103
Access the following for checking or changing the contents of your contract, or for applying to respective services, and
asking for related documents:
From i-mode From PC
iMenu ▶ お客様サポート (User support) ▶ お申込・お手続き (Applications/Procedures)
Packet communication charges free
▶ 各種お申込・お手続き (Respective applications/procedures)
My docomo (http://www.mydocomo.com/) ▶ 各種お申込・お手続き (Respective applications/procedures)
⿠
will need your “network ID” for the access from i-mode.
⿠You
⿠ packet communication charges are incurred for the access from i-mode.
⿠No
Accessing from overseas will incur charges.
⿠
will need your “docomo ID/password” for the access from a PC.
⿠You
Using mobile phone with your manners!
⿠ you do not have or you have forgotten your “network ID” or “docomo ID/password”,
⿠If
contact the docomo Information Center listed on the back page of this manual.
⿠
may not be able to access the site depending on the details of your subscription.
⿠You
⿠
may not be able to access the site due to system maintenance, etc.
⿠You
An Environment Protection Program by DOCOMO
When using your mobile phone in a public place, don’t forget to
show common courtesy and consideration for others around you.
In the following cases, be certain to turn off the
power.
■
use is prohibited
■Where
⿠ sure to turn off the power to your FOMA terminal in
⿠Be
airplanes, in hospitals and around priority seat in a train, etc.
In the following cases, be certain to set Public
mode.
driving
■
■While
⿠
the mobile phone in your hand while driving is subject
⿠Using
to punishment.
in theaters, movie theaters, museums, and similar
■
■When
venues
Respect the privacy.
Please be considerate of the privacy of individuals around
you when shooting and sending photos using cameraequipped mobile phones.
Simplified Version of the Manual
We, the publisher, have edited the Japanese Instruction
Manual so that the descriptions of basic operational
procedures for respective functions are simplified, and as
a result, have succeeded to reduce the number of sheets
of paper used. You can refer to “使いかたナビ (Guide)” (in
Japanese only) that comes with the FOMA terminal, and
the DOCOMO Web site for functions frequently used, and
more detailed descriptions.
Collection and Recycling of Mobile Phones
To carry out the protection of environment
and the reuse of precious resources, we
at mobile phone and PHS carriers collect
your disused mobile phones, batteries, or
chargers for recycling to a shop having
the mark at left, regardless of brand names or makers.
Kindly take your disused ones to a docomo Shop nearby.
General inquiries
Repairs
<docomo Information Center>
0120-005-250 (toll free)
* Service available in English, Portuguese, Chinese, Spanish, and Korean.
* Available from mobile phones and PHSs.
■ From DOCOMO mobile phones
(In Japanese only)
(No prefix) 151 (toll free)
* Unavailable from land-line phones, etc.
■ From land-line phones
(In Japanese only)
■ From DOCOMO mobile phones
(In Japanese only)
(No prefix) 113 (toll free)
* Unavailable from land-line phones, etc.
■ From land-line phones
(In Japanese only)
0120-800-000 (toll free)
* Available from mobile phones and PHSs.
0120-800-000 (toll free)
* Available from mobile phones and PHSs.
●Please confirm the phone number before you dial.
●For Applications or Repairs and After-Sales Service, please contact the above-mentioned information center or the docomo Shop etc. near you on the NTT DOCOMO website or the
i-mode site.
NTT DOCOMO website http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/
i-mode site iMenu ▶ お客様サポート (User support) ▶ ドコモショップ (docomo Shop) (In Japanese only)
Failures encountered overseas
Loss or theft of FOMA terminal or payment of cumulative cost overseas
<docomo Information Center> (available 24 hours a day)
■ From DOCOMO mobile phones
International call access code for
the country you stay at
<Network Support and Operation Center> (available 24 hours a day)
■ From DOCOMO mobile phones
-81-3-5366-3114* (toll free)
* You are charged a call fee to Japan when calling from a land-line phone, etc.
International call access code for
the country you stay at
-81-3-6718-1414* (toll free)
* You are charged a call fee to Japan when calling from a land-line phone, etc.
※ If you use P-01B, you should dial the number +81-3-5366-3114
(to enter “+”, press and hold the “0” key for at least one second).
※ If you use P-01B, you should dial the number +81-3-6718-1414
(to enter “+”, press and hold the “0” key for at least one second).
■ From land-line phones <Universal number>
■ From land-line phones <Universal number>
International prefix number for
the universal number
-800-0120-0151*
* You might be charged a domestic call fee according to the call rate for the country you stay at.
※ For international call access codes for major countries and international prefix numbers for the
universal number, refer to the DOCOMO International Services website.
International prefix number for
the universal number
-800-5931-8600*
* You might be charged a domestic call fee according to the call rate for the country you stay at.
※ For international call access codes for major countries and international prefix numbers for the
universal number, refer to the DOCOMO International Services website.
●If you lose your FOMA terminal or have it stolen, immediately take the steps necessary for suspending the use of the FOMA terminal.
●If the FOMA terminal you purchased is damaged, bring your FOMA terminal to a repair counter specified by DOCOMO after returning to Japan.
Don’t forget your mobile phone ... or your manners!
When using your mobile phone in a public place, don’t forget to show common courtesy and consideration for others around you.
Sales:
Manufacturer:
To prevent damage to the environment, bring used
battery packs to a docomo service counter, a
docomo agent or a recycle center.
November ’09 (Edition 1.1)
3TR100209AAA
F1009-1
P-01B
Manual for PC Connection
Data Communication Available from FOMA Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before Using Data Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Flow for Data Transfer (OBEX™ Communication) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Flow for Data Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing FOMA Communication Configuration File (Driver) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing Bluetooth Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . ‹Dial-up Communication Service›
DOCOMO Connection Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before Installing DOCOMO Connection Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing DOCOMO Connection Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting DOCOMO Connection Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Dial-up Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making Dial-up Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AT Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AT Command List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
2
5
5
7
11
13
14
15
18
19
34
37
38
About Manual for PC Connection
This manual gives you the explanations of details required for having data communication with your P-01B, and
installing “FOMA communication configuration file”/“DOCOMO Connection Manager” within the CD-ROM on
your personal computer assuming that you are using the one that comes with Windows Vista.
Some procedures and displays may differ depending on your operating environment.
Data Communication Available from FOMA Terminal
The data communication services you can use by connecting the FOMA terminal to a personal computer are
classified as data transfer (OBEX™ communication), packet communication, and 64K data communication.
The FOMA terminal is equipped with the adapter function for packet communication.
≥To perform the packet communication overseas, perform it via the IP connection. (You cannot perform the packet
communication via the PPP connection.)
≥64K data communication is not available overseas.
Data Transfer (OBEX™ Communication)
You can exchange data files such as images, music files, Phonebook entries and mail messages with
another FOMA terminal or a personal computer.
Infrared communication
iC communication
Bluetooth communication
P-01B
FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02
microSD card
DOCOMO keitai datalink
P-01B
Packet Communication
This communication system requires a communication fee according to the amount of data you sent and
received. (Best effort system with 7.2 Mbps of maximum download speed and 2.0 Mbps of maximum
upload speed)※ It uses an access point which supports FOMA packet communication such as DOCOMO
Internet access service “mopera U”.
Packet communication is available by configuring settings after connecting the FOMA terminal to a
personal computer via the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option) or Bluetooth
communication, and is suitable for using applications which require the high-speed communication.
To carry out the settings and connection, see page 5 and after.
※The maximum speed is based on the technical specification. The actual communication speed varies depending on the network
congestion state and the communication environment. The communication speed might be lowered when you connect the
FOMA terminal to an access point which does not support HIGH-SPEED or the terminal is outside the FOMA High-Speed Area,
or when you use the device which does not support High-Speed such as DOCOMO’s PDA “sigmarion Ⅲ”.
≥The packet communication is charged according to the amount of data you sent and received. Note that you are charged a high
communication fee for the massive data communication such as browsing Internet websites having many images or
downloading data files.
64K Data Communication
This communication system requires a communication fee according to the duration of connection. By
connecting the FOMA terminal to a personal computer via the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/
02 (option) or Bluetooth communication, you can execute communication.
To use this service, connect to an access point which supports FOMA 64K data communication such as
DOCOMO Internet access service “mopera U”, or an ISDN-synchronous 64K access point. To carry out the
settings and connection, see page 5 and after.
≥The 64K data communication is charged according to the duration of connection. Note that a communication fee becomes
expensive if you use this service for a long time.
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≥The FOMA terminal does not support Remote Wakeup.
≥The FOMA terminal does not support the FAX communication.
≥You can perform data communications by connecting the FOMA terminal with DOCOMO’s PDA “sigmarion Ⅲ”.
Before Using Data Communication
Charge of Internet service provider
To use the Internet, you need to pay the charge for the Internet service provider you use. Besides the
FOMA service fee, you need to directly pay this charge to the Internet service provider. For details on the
charge, contact the Internet service provider you use.
You can use the DOCOMO Internet access service, “mopera U”. To use “mopera U”, subscription
(charged) is required.
Setting access point (Internet service provider, etc.)
The access points for the packet communication and 64K data communication differ. To use the packet
communication, connect to an access point which supports packet communication. To use the 64K data
communication, connect to an access point which supports FOMA 64K data communication or
ISDN-synchronous 64K.
≥You cannot connect to the DoPa access point.
≥For the service contents and connection method of “mopera”, refer to the “mopera” website (in Japanese only):
http://www.mopera.net/mopera/index.html
About user authentication for accessing network
User authentication (ID and password) may be required at connection to some access points. In that case,
enter your ID and password on the communication software (dial-up network). ID and password are
specified by the Internet service provider or network administrator of the access point. For details, contact
the provider or network administrator.
About access authentication for using browser
To use the FirstPass supporting site from a browser on your personal computer, you need to have
FirstPass (user certificate) for access to authentication. Download the FirstPass PC software from the
DOCOMO website, and then install it and establish the settings on your personal computer.
For details, refer to the DOCOMO website.
Conditions of packet communication and 64K data communication
To carry out the communication using the FOMA terminal in Japan, the following conditions are required:
・The personal computer to be used can use the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option).
・When connecting using Bluetooth communication, the personal computer should support Dial-up
Networking Profile of Bluetooth Specification Ver. 1.1, Ver. 1.2 or Ver. 2.0+EDR.
・The PDA to be used should support FOMA packet communication and 64K data communication.
・Within the FOMA service area
・For packet communication, the access point should support packet communication of the FOMA.
・For 64K data communication, the access point should support the FOMA 64K data communication or
ISDN-synchronous 64K.
Even when these conditions are satisfied, if the base station is congested or the radio wave conditions are
bad, you may not carry out the communication.
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Operating Environment
For the data communication, the following operating environment is required for your personal computer:
Item
Description
PC main unit
PC/AT compatible model
When using the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option): USB port (Universal Serial Bus
Specification Rev1.1/2.0 compliant)
When using Bluetooth communication: Bluetooth Specification Ver. 1.1, Ver. 1.2 or Ver. 2.0+EDR
compliant (Dial-up Networking Profile)
Display resolution 800 x 600 dots, high color 16 bits or more recommended.
OS
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000 (Japanese version in each)
Memory requirements
Windows Vista: 512 Mbytes or more
Windows XP: 128 Mbytes or more
Windows 2000: 64 Mbytes or more (Japanese version in each)
Hard disk space size
Unused memory space of 5 Mbytes or more
≥Unused memory space of 35 Mbytes or more for “DOCOMO Connection Manager”
≥For the latest information about the operating environment, refer to the DOCOMO website.
≥The operation on the upgraded OS is not guaranteed.
≥The memory requirements and hard disk space size may vary depending on the system environment.
≥The recommended environment that the Menu operates is Microsoft® Internet Explorer 7.0 or later.※ When the Menu does not appear
after you set the CD-ROM, operate as follows:
<For Windows Vista>
Refer to the CD-ROM from “コンピュータ (Computer)”, then double-click “index.html”.
<For Windows XP or Windows 2000>
Refer to the CD-ROM from “マイコンピュータ (My computer)”, then double-click “index.html”.
※For Windows XP or Windows 2000, the recommended environment is Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.
■When you set the CD-ROM on your personal computer
An alert message might appear on the display. This alert message appears depending on the security settings of Internet Explorer, but you
can proceed without problems.
Click “はい (Yes)”.
Necessary Devices
The following hardware and software are required besides the FOMA terminal and personal computer:
・FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option) or FOMA USB Cable (option)※
・Provided “P-01B CD-ROM”
※For USB connection
Information
≥Use a dedicated FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 or FOMA USB Cable. The USB cable for personal computers cannot be
used because the shape of the connector differs.
≥If you use a USB hub, the devices may not work correctly.
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Connect FOMA Terminal to Other Devices
The following three ways are available for connecting the FOMA terminal to another device:
Use FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02
Connect the FOMA terminal to a personal computer provided with the USB port using the FOMA USB
Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option). (See page 6)
This way of connection applies to all communication systems such as packet communication, 64K data
communication, and data transfer.
≥Set “USB mode setting” to “Communication mode” for data communication.
Operate “m1Set./Service1Other settings1USB mode setting1Communication mode”.
≥You need to install the FOMA communication configuration file (driver) before use.
Use Bluetooth Communication
Connect a Bluetooth communication compatible personal computer wirelessly to the FOMA terminal.
(See page 11)
This way of connection applies to packet communication and 64K data communication.
≥When you perform data communication by using Bluetooth function, the high speed communication is applied to the FOMA
terminal. However, you may not be able to communicate at the maximum speed, because of the limit of communication speed of
Bluetooth function.
≥Use a Bluetooth linked standard modem or a Bluetooth modem provided by the Bluetooth device maker. Contact the maker of
your personal computer or Bluetooth device maker for how to install and to set up.
Use Infrared Communication
By using infrared rays, you can send/receive data between your FOMA terminal and another FOMA
terminal, mobile phone, or personal computer provided with the infrared communication function.
This applies to data transfer only.
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Setup Flow for Data Transfer (OBEX™ Communication)
When you use the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option), install the FOMA communication
configuration file.
Download or install the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver). (See page 7)
≥Install the FOMA communication configuration file from the provided CD-ROM, or download it from the DOCOMO website and install.
Data transfer
Setup Flow for Data Communication
The following outline shows a setup flow for packet communication or 64K data communication.
For USB connection
For Bluetooth connection
Connect a personal computer to the FOMA terminal using the
FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option).
Connect a personal computer wirelessly to the FOMA terminal
using Bluetooth communication. (P.11)
Download or install the “FOMA communication configuration
file” (driver). (P.7)
≥Install the FOMA communication configuration file from the
provided CD-ROM, or download it from the DOCOMO website
and install.
Check the setting after installation. (P.10)
Check the modem. (P.12)
Install “DOCOMO Connection Manager”. (P.14)
Carry out the setting manually without using “DOCOMO
Connection Manager”. (P.19, P.36)
Connect. (P.18, P.34)
■Provided “P-01B CD-ROM”
When performing packet communication by connecting the FOMA terminal to your personal computer via the FOMA USB Cable with
Charge Function 01/02, install the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver) from the provided “P-01B CD-ROM” onto the
personal computer. You are advised to install “DOCOMO Connection Manager” which enables you to easily set up the APN or dial-up for
communication.
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Connecting PC and the FOMA Terminal
The following steps explain how to connect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option).
1
Check the direction of the
connector terminal of the FOMA
terminal, then straight insert the
external connector of the FOMA
USB Cable with Charge Function
01/02 until it clicks.
Connector terminal
External connector
(Face up the engraved
surface of the connector
for insertion)
FOMA
terminal
USB connector
Personal
computer
2
USB terminal
FOMA USB Cable with
Charge Function 01/02
Connect the USB connector of the FOMA USB Cable with Charge
Function 01/02 to the USB terminal of the personal computer.
Information
≥Do not forcibly insert the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02. Malfunction may result. Insert each connector in the correct
direction at the correct angle; otherwise, you will fail connection. When the direction and angle are correct, you can insert a connector
smoothly without the strong force. If you fail to insert a connector, check its shape and direction once more without inserting a connector
forcibly.
≥Use a dedicated FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02. (The USB cable for personal computers cannot be used because the
shape of the connector differs.)
≥Symbol “ ” appears on the FOMA terminal when the FOMA terminal recognizes the connection with the personal computer after you
install the FOMA communication configuration file (driver) for packet communication or 64K data communication. Before you install the
FOMA communication configuration file (driver), the FOMA terminal does not recognize the connection with the personal computer, and
symbol “ ” does not appear.
■Removing
1. While holding down the release buttons of the external connector of the
FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02, straight pull out the
connector.
2. Pull out the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 from the USB
terminal of the personal computer.
Release buttons
Information
≥Do not disconnect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 forcibly. Malfunction may result.
≥Do not disconnect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 during data communication. Erroneous operation or malfunction
of the personal computer or FOMA terminal, or loss of data could result.
≥Do not connect/disconnect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 in succession. Once you connect the cable, wait for a
while, then disconnect it and vice versa.
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Installing FOMA Communication Configuration File (Driver)
Installing the FOMA communication configuration file (driver) is required when you connect the FOMA
terminal to your personal computer via the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option) for the
first time.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication, you do not need to install the FOMA communication configuration
file (driver).
≥Operate as the user who has the PC administrator right.
≥End all the programs resident on your personal computer before installing the FOMA communication configuration file (driver).
For Windows Vista
1
2
3
Connect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 to the FOMA
terminal. (See page 6)
Start Windows, then set the provided “P-01B CD-ROM” into your
personal computer.
Close the “P-01B CD-ROM” display.
4
Turn the power to the FOMA terminal on, then connect the FOMA USB
Cable with Charge Function 01/02 connected to the FOMA terminal to the
personal computer.
Start installation.
5
6
≥This display automatically appears when you set “P-01B CD-ROM” into your personal computer. It may not appear depending on
the settings of your personal computer. In that case, go to step 4.
≥If this display appears during installation of the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver), close the display.
A pop-up message “新しいハードウェアが見つかりました
(New hardware was found)” appears for a few seconds from
the indicator on the task bar, then the display on the right
appears.
Click “ドライバ ソフトウェアを検索してインストールします
(推奨)[Search the driver software, and install it
(Recommend)]”, and click “続行 (Continue)”.
Click “次へ (Next)”.
Search starts, and all the four “FOMA communication
configuration files” (driver) are installed.
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Click “閉じる (Close)”.
After the installation of all the “FOMA communication configuration files” (driver) is completed, a pop-up message “デバイスを使用
する準備ができました。デバイス ドライバ ソフトウェアが正しくインストールされました。(The system is ready to use the
device. The device driver software was installed correctly.)” appears for a few seconds from the indicator on the task bar.
For Windows XP
1
2
3
Connect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 to the FOMA
terminal. (See page 6)
Start Windows, then set the provided “P-01B CD-ROM” into your
personal computer.
Close the “P-01B CD-ROM” display.
4
Turn the power to the FOMA terminal on, then connect the FOMA USB
Cable with Charge Function 01/02 connected to the FOMA terminal to the
personal computer.
Start installation.
5
≥This display automatically appears when you set “P-01B CD-ROM” into your personal computer. It may not appear depending on
the settings of your personal computer. In that case, go to step 4.
≥If this display appears during installation of the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver), close the display.
A pop-up message “新しいハードウェアが見つかりました
(New hardware was found)” appears for a few seconds from
the indicator on the task bar, then the display on the right
appears.
Select “いいえ、今回は接続しません (No, do not connect
now)” and click “次へ (Next)”.
≥This display may not appear depending on your personal
computer.
6
Select how to install.
7
Specify the folder you want to
search for.
Select “一覧または特定の場所からインストールする(詳細)
[Install from the list or a specific place (details)]”, then click “次
へ (Next)”.
Select “次の場所で最適のドライバを検索する (Search the
place below for the appropriate driver)”, and uncheck “リムー
バブルメディア(フロッピー、CD-ROMなど)を検索
[Search the removable media (floppy disk, CD-ROM, etc.)]”.
Then check “次の場所を含める (Include the place below)”.
Click “参照 (Browse)”; specify “<CD-ROM drive name>:
¥P01B_driver_vista32¥Win2k_XP”; then click “次へ (Next)”.
(The CD-ROM drive name varies depending on your personal
computer.)
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Click “完了 (Complete)”.
All the four “FOMA communication configuration files” (driver) are installed.
After you complete the installation of all the “FOMA communication configuration files” (driver), a pop-up message “新しいハード
ウェアがインストールされ、使用準備ができました。(New hardware was installed, and the system is ready.)” appears for a few
seconds from the indicator on the task bar.
For Windows 2000
1
2
3
Connect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 to the FOMA
terminal. (See page 6)
Start Windows, then set the provided “P-01B CD-ROM” into your
personal computer.
Close the “P-01B CD-ROM” display.
4
Turn the power to the FOMA terminal on, then connect the FOMA USB
Cable with Charge Function 01/02 connected to the FOMA terminal to the
personal computer.
Start installation.
5
6
≥This display automatically appears when you set “P-01B CD-ROM” into your personal computer. It may not appear depending on
the settings of your personal computer. In that case, go to step 4.
≥If this display appears during installation of the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver), close the display.
Click “次へ (Next)”.
Select “デバイスに最適なドライバを検索する(推奨)[Search for the
appropriate driver for the device (recommended)]”, then click
“次へ (Next)”.
≥ “USB DEVICE” may appear depending on your personal computer.
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8
Select “場所を指定 (Specify a place)”, then click “次へ (Next)”.
Specify the folder you want to
search for.
The folder name is “<CD-ROM drive name>:
¥P01B_driver_vista32¥Win2k_XP”.
After specifying the folder you want to search for, click “OK”.
(The CD-ROM drive name varies depending on your personal
computer.)
≥The driver is common to Windows XP.
9
Confirm the driver name, then click “次へ (Next)”.
“FOMA P01B” is displayed here.
≥ “USB DEVICE” may appear depending on your personal computer.
10 Click “完了 (Complete)”.
All the four “FOMA communication configuration files” (driver) are installed.
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Confirm Installed FOMA Communication Configuration File (Driver)
Confirm that the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver) is installed correctly.
1
“
[スタート (Start)]”1Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”
1Open “システムとメンテナンス (System and maintenance)”
<For Windows XP>
“スタート (Start)”→Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”
→“パフォーマンスとメンテナンス (Performance and maintenance)”→Open “システム (System)”.
<For Windows 2000>
“スタート (Start)”→“設定 (Setting)”→Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”→Open “システム (System)”.
2
Open “ハードウェアとデバイスを表示 (Show hardwares and devices)”
1Click “続行 (Continue)”.
<For Windows XP, Windows 2000>
Click the “ハードウェア (Hardware)” tab→ Click “デバイスマネージャ (Device manager)”.
3
Click each device, then confirm the installed FOMA communication
configuration file (driver) names.
Confirm that all FOMA communication configuration file
(driver) names are displayed under “ポート (COMとLPT)
[Port (COM/LPT)]”, “モデム (Modem)”, and
“ユニバーサル シリアル バス コントローラ (Universal
serial bus controller)”.
≥The COM port number varies depending on your personal
computer.
The following drivers are installed by installation of the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver):
Device name
FOMA communication configuration file (driver) name
ポート (COMとLPT) [Port (COM/LPT)]
・ FOMA P01B Command Port
・ FOMA P01B OBEX Port
モデム (Modem)
・ FOMA P01B
<For Windows Vista>
ユニバーサル シリアル バス コントローラ
(Universal serial bus controller)
<For Windows XP, Windows 2000>
USB (Universal Serial Bus) コントローラ
[USB (Universal Serial Bus) controller]
・ FOMA P01B
Uninstall FOMA Communication Configuration File (Driver)
When uninstalling the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver) is necessary (such as when
upgrading the version), perform the operation below.
≥Operate as the user who has the PC administrator right.
1
If the FOMA terminal is connected to a personal computer via the FOMA
USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option), disconnect the FOMA
USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02.
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“
[スタート (Start)]”1“コントロールパネル (Control panel)”
1Open “プログラムのアンインストール (Uninstall programs)”.
<For Windows XP>
“スタート (Start)”→“コントロールパネル (Control panel)”→Open “プログラムの追加と削除 (Add and delete programs)”.
<For Windows 2000>
“スタート (Start)”→“設定 (Setting)”→“コントロールパネル (Control panel)”
→Open “アプリケーションの追加と削除 (Add and delete applications)”.
3
Select “FOMA P01B USB” and click “アンインストールと変更 (Uninstall
and change)”, then click “続行 (Continue)”.
<For Windows XP, Windows 2000>
Select “FOMA P01B USB” and click “変更と削除 (Change and delete)”.
4
5
Click “OK”.
Click “はい (Yes)” to restart Windows.
The uninstallation is then completed.
≥If you click “いいえ (No)”, restart Windows manually.
Information
≥If you remove the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 from the personal computer or click the “キャンセル (Cancel)” button
to stop installation while installing the “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver), the “FOMA communication configuration file”
(driver) may not be installed correctly. In that case, execute “P01B_un.exe”※ on “P-01B CD-ROM” to delete the “FOMA communication
configuration file” (driver), and then install the files again.
※Execute “P01B_un.exe” in the following folders:
Windows Vista 32 bit version: “P01B_driver_vista32” → “WinVista32”
Windows Vista 64 bit version: “P01B_driver_vista64” → “WinVista64”
Windows XP, Windows 2000: “P01B_driver_vista32” → “Win2k_XP”
< Dial-up Communication Service>
Preparing Bluetooth Communication
You can make data communication by connecting a Bluetooth communication compatible personal
computer wirelessly to your FOMA terminal.
Connect to Personal Computer for the First Time
To connect a personal computer to the FOMA terminal for the first time, register the personal computer to
the FOMA terminal.
1
m1LifeKit1Bluetooth1Accept dialup devices
2
Search and register the Bluetooth device from the personal computer.
≥To cancel, press l(
) in standby. When no connection is made for five minutes in standby, the connection is
automatically released.
≥During standby, “ (blue)” lights.
≥Register the device from the personal computer while the FOMA terminal is in standby.
≥Refer to the operating manual of your personal computer for the details of how to operate it.
(Depending on your personal computer, “探索 (search)” or “サーチ (search)” is used instead of “検索 (search)”, and “ペアリング
(pairing)” is used instead of “機器登録 (register devices)”.
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When the display for connection request appears,
select “YES”.
.
4
Select the text box for a Bluetooth pass key
1Enter the Bluetooth pass key1Set
≥You can enter 1 through 16 half-pitch alphanumeric characters for the Bluetooth pass key.
≥Enter the same Bluetooth pass key for both the FOMA terminal and personal computer.
5
The personal computer is registered and a wireless connection starts.
When the connection is completed, “
(blue)” blinks.
Information
≥You cannot place the devices using the Headset service or Hands-free service in the state of “Accept registered” while the FOMA
terminal is in the state of “Accept dialup devices”.
≥When the personal computer found multiple devices for registering the FOMA terminal on the personal computer, identify the FOMA
terminal by the device name. When the personal computer found multiple devices having the same device names, identify the FOMA
terminal by the device address.
≥In the state of “Accept dialup devices”, searches are made from all the Bluetooth devices around, however, you cannot connect to any
service other than the Dial-up Communication service.
■To connect to the registered personal computer
When you connect to the FOMA terminal from a registered personal computer, place “Dial-up” in the state of “Accept registered”. Then
you can make a connection from the personal computer to the FOMA terminal by operating from the personal computer. You can connect
even in the state of “Accept dialup devices”.
Confirm the Modem
Before setting communication, confirm the name and COM port number of the modem used for
connecting the dial-up service.
1
“
[スタート (Start)]”1Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”
1Open “システムとメンテナンス (System and maintenance)”.
<For Windows XP>
“スタート (Start)”→Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”
→“パフォーマンスとメンテナンス (Performance and maintenance)”→Open “システム (System)”.
<For Windows 2000>
“スタート (Start)”→“設定 (Setting)”→Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”→Open “システム (System)”.
2
Open “ハードウェアとデバイスを表示 (Show hardwares and devices)”
1Click “続行 (Continue)”.
<For Windows XP, Windows 2000>
Click the “ハードウェア (Hardware)” tab→Click “デバイスマネージャ (Device manager)”.
3
Click each device, then confirm the modem name or COM port number.
The modem name or COM port number is displayed under “ポート (COMとLPT) [Port (COM/LPT)]” and “モデム (Modem)”.
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Have Dial-up Communication Service Closed
You can close the Dial-up Communication service that is connected.
1
2
3
m1LifeKit1Bluetooth1Device list
Select the Bluetooth device that is connected.
Dial-up1YES
The Dial-up Communication service is closed.
DOCOMO Connection Manager
“DOCOMO Connection Manager” is a convenient software program to perform flat-rate data
communication and volume charging data communication. It enables you to sign up for “mopera U” and
easily make PC settings according to your contract situation.
It also enables you to check the estimate data traffic and usage amount with the charge counter function.
It is not displayed in initial setting.
For details, refer to “ヘルプ (help)” of
“DOCOMO Connection Manager”.
Charge counter
Connect/Disconnect button
This manual explains how to install “DOCOMO Connection Manager”.
To access the Internet by using a terminal, you need to contract with a Internet service provider (such as “mopera U”) which supports the
service and data communication.
For details, refer to the DOCOMO website.
■When Using Volume Charging Data Communication (including i-mode packet flat-rate service, etc.)
Note that a communication fee might become expensive when you transfer a large amount of data such as by browsing websites having
many images, or by downloading data (such as application, music/movie data, updating of OS/Anti-virus software).
When you perform data communication by connecting this FOMA terminal to your personal computer via the USB cable, note that the
communication is not covered by the flat-rate service of “Pake-hodai”, “Pake-hodai full”, and “Biz-hodai”.
■When Using Flat-Rate Data Plan
To use the flat-rate data plan, you need to apply for a billing plan which supports flat-rate data communication and sign a contract with the
Internet service provider. For details, refer to the DOCOMO website.
■When Using “mopera”
For details on method of connection and setting, refer to the “mopera” website (in Japanese only):
http://www.mopera.net/mopera/support/index.html
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Before Installing DOCOMO Connection Manager
Installation Flow
1
Prepare the FOMA terminal and the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option) or the
FOMA USB Cable (option).
2
Check the service contents and the contract contents with Internet service provider.
3
When a connection software program other than “DOCOMO Connection Manager” is installed, set it
not to start automatically.
≥See page 19 for using communication software other than “DOCOMO Connection Manager”.
■About Internet Explorer Settings
Before using this software program, make the setting on the “接続 (Connection)” tab of “インターネットオプション (Internet option)” of
Internet Explorer to “ダイヤルしない (Not to dial)”.
1. Start Internet Explorer, and select “ツール (Tool)”
→ “インターネットオプション (Internet option)”.
2. Select the “接続 (Connection)” tab and select “ダイヤルしない
(Not to dial)”.
3. Click “OK”.
Information
<Use of connection software other than “DOCOMO Connection Manager”>
≥You do not simultaneously need following software programs as this software program includes the functions equivalent to them.
Uninstall or set them not to start depending on your needs.
・mopera Uかんたんスタート (mopera U start up tool)
・Uかんたん接続設定ソフト (mopera U connection & setting tool)
・FOMA PC設定ソフト (FOMA PC configuration software)
・FOMAバイトカウンタ (FOMA byte counter)
When you use Mzone (public wireless LAN connection) with this software program, uninstall the following public wireless LAN connection
software programs.
You cannot use Mzone when they are simultaneously installed:
・U公衆無線LANユーティリティソフト (U public wireless LAN utility software)
・ドコモ公衆無線LANユーティリティソフト (DOCOMO public wireless LAN utility software)
・ドコモ公衆無線LANユーティリティプログラム (DOCOMO public wireless LAN utility program)
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Installing DOCOMO Connection Manager
To connect the FOMA terminal to a personal computer and perform the packet communication or 64K data
communication, you need to configure various settings related to the communication.
Using “DOCOMO Connection Manager”, you can easily set up dial-up, communication setup optimization,
and access point name (APN).
≥Operate as the user who has the PC administrator right.
≥End all the running application programs.
End the programs resident on Windows including anti-virus software.
(Example) Right click the icon appears on the task tray, and select “閉じる (Close)” or “終了 (Exit)”
1
2
Set the provided “P-01B CD-ROM” into your personal computer.
Click “インターネット接続
(Internet connection)”.
≥If this display appears during installation of “DOCOMO
Connection Manager”, close the display.
3
Click “インストール (Install)” of 操
作 3 (Operation 3 ) in
“本CD-ROMからのFOMAデータ通
信の設定方法 (How to set data
communication of FOMA with this
CD-ROM)”
1Click “実行 (Run)”
1Click “続行 (Continue)”.
≥For Windows XP or Windows 2000, you do not need to click
“続行 (Continue)”.
When MSXML6 and Wireless LAN API are not installed on the Windows XP environment, you need to install them before
installing “DOCOMO Connection Manager”. When a confirmation display appears, click “Install” and install MSXML6/Wireless
LAN API. When you restart Windows after installation of MSXML6/Wireless LAN API is completed, installation of “DOCOMO
Connection Manager” automatically starts.
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4
Click “次へ (Next)”.
5
Confirm the display precautions
and click “次へ (Next)”.
6
Confirm the licensing contract
contents. If you agree with the
contents, select “使用許諾契約の条
項に同意します (Agree with the
licensing contract contents)” and
click “次へ (Next)”.
7
Confirm the installation
destination folder, then click
“次へ (Next)”.
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8
Click “インストール (Install)”.
9
Click “完了 (Finish)”.
Installation starts.
Installation is completed.
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Starting DOCOMO Connection Manager
1
“
[スタート (Start)]”1“すべてのプログラム (All programs)”
1“NTT DOCOMO”
1“ドコモ コネクションマネージャ (DOCOMO Connection Manager)”
1“ドコモ コネクションマネージャ (DOCOMO Connection Manager)”
<For Windows XP, Windows 2000>
“スタート (Start)”→“すべてのプログラム (All programs)” [“プログラム (Program)”, for Windows 2000]→“NTT DOCOMO”
→“ドコモ コネクションマネージャ (DOCOMO Connection Manager)”
→“ドコモ コネクションマネージャ (DOCOMO Connection Manager)”
“DOCOMO Connection Manager” starts.
2
When this is the first start-up, the setting wizard appears automatically.
Hereafter, proceed operation/settings following the instruction of software to complete the preparation to access the Internet.
For details, refer to “ドコモ コネクションマネージャ操作マニュアル.pdf (DOCOMO Connection Manager operation manual by
PDF format)”.
■When you disconnect the communication line
You cannot disconnect the communication line only by exiting a
browser software or e-mail software.
When you do not use the communication line, be sure to click “切断
する (Disconnect)” to disconnect the communication line.
When you have set the auto-update for OS and others, note that you
may be charged a high packet communication fee for when they are
automatically updated.
Connect/Disconnect button
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Setting Dial-up Network
Set Packet Communication
This section explains how to set up a connection for packet communication without using “DOCOMO
Connection Manager”.
The packet communication uses AT commands to carry out the settings from a personal computer. To
specify settings, communication software to enter AT command is required. “Hyper Terminal”, which is
attached to Windows as the standard software, is used here for explanation.
When using DOCOMO Internet access service “mopera U” or “mopera”, you do not need to set an access
point name (APN) (see page 21).
You can set “caller ID notified/not notified” (see page 24) as required. (You need to set “caller ID notified”
when using “mopera U” or “mopera”.)
<Packet communication setting flow using AT commands>
Confirm the COM port number (See page 19)
Start the communication software that enables the entry of AT commands (See step 3 on page 21)
Set an access point name (APN) (See step 7 on page 22)
Set “caller ID notified/not notified” (See step 2 on page 24)
Set others (See page 37)
Exit the communication software (See step 9 on page 23)
■AT commands
≥The AT commands are used to control a modem. The FOMA terminal, which conforms to the AT commands, supports some extended
commands and unique AT commands.
≥By entering AT commands, you can carry out detailed setting for packet communication and FOMA terminal, and confirm (display) the
setting contents.
≥If the entered AT command is not displayed, enter “ATE1
”.
Confirm COM Port Number
To manually carry out the communication setting, you need to specify a COM port number, which is
assigned to “FOMA P01B” (modem) embedded after you install the “FOMA communication configuration
file” (driver). The confirmation method varies depending on the operating system of your personal
computer.
≥When using DOCOMO Internet access service “mopera U” or “mopera”, you do not need to set an access point name (APN);
therefore, you do not need to confirm the modem.
For Windows Vista
1
2
3
“
[スタート (Start)]”1Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”.
From “ハードウェアとサウンド (Hardware and sound)” in “コントロールパ
ネル (Control panel)”, open “電話とモデムのオプション (Phone and
modem options)”.
If the “所在地情報 (Address information)” display appears, enter
“市外局番/エリアコード (City code/Area code)”, then click “OK”.
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4
Open the “モデム (Modem)” tab,
confirm the COM port number in
the “接続先 (Access point)” field of
“FOMA P01B”, then click “OK”.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication,
confirm the COM port number of the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a
Bluetooth device maker in the “接続先 (Access point)” field.
≥The COM port number you confirmed is used to set an
access point name (APN) (see page 21).
≥The contents on the property display and COM port number
vary depending on your personal computer.
≥Windows Vista does not support “Hyper Terminal”. For
Windows Vista, set by using a software program which
supports Windows Vista. (Follow the settings of the software
program you use.)
For Windows XP
1
2
3
4
“スタート (Start)” 1Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”.
From “プリンタとその他のハードウェア (Printer and the other hardware)”
in “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”, open “電話とモデムのオプション
(Phone and modem options)”.
If the “所在地情報 (Address information)” display appears, enter “市外局
番/エリアコード (City code/Area code)”, then click “OK”.
Open the “モデム (Modem)” tab,
confirm the COM port number in
the “接続先 (Access point)” field of
“FOMA P01B”, then click “OK”.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication,
confirm the COM port number of the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a
Bluetooth device maker in the “接続先 (Access point)” field.
≥The COM port number you confirmed is used to set an
access point name (APN) (see page 21).
≥The contents on the property display and COM port number
vary depending on your personal computer.
For Windows 2000
1
2
3
“スタート (Start)”1“設定 (Setting)”
1Open “コントロールパネル (Control panel)”.
Open “電話とモデムのオプション (Phone and modem options)” in “コント
ロールパネル (Control panel)”.
If the “所在地情報 (Address information)” display appears, enter “市外局
番 (City code)”, then click “OK”.
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4
Open the “モデム (Modem)” tab,
confirm the COM port number in
the “接続先 (Access point)” field of
“FOMA P01B”, then click “OK”.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication,
confirm the COM port number of the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a
Bluetooth device maker in the “接続先 (Access point)” field.
≥The COM port number you confirmed is used to set an
access point name (APN) (see page 21).
≥The contents on the property display and COM port number
vary depending on your personal computer.
Set an Access Point Name (APN)
This section explains how to set an access point name (APN) for packet communication. You can register
up to 10 access point names (APNs), which are managed with cid1 to cid10 (see page 23).
When using “mopera U” or “mopera”, you do not need to set the access point name (APN).
The explained here is an example when you use “XXX.abc” as the access point name (APN) and use the
FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option). For the actual access point name (APN), contact
your Internet service provider or network administrator.
The setting here will be the access point number for dial-up network setting (see page 25).
For Windows XP
1
2
3
4
Connect the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 to the FOMA
terminal.
Turn the power to the FOMA terminal on, then connect the FOMA USB
Cable with Charge Function 01/02 connected to the FOMA terminal to the
personal computer.
Start Hyper Terminal.
“スタート (Start)”→“すべてのプログラム (All programs)”→“アクセサリ (Accessories)”→“通信 (Communications)”→Open “ハイ
パーターミナル (Hyper Terminal)”.
After starting Hyper Terminal, when the message “『既定のTelnet』プログラムにしますか? (Select the specified Telnet
program?)” is displayed, set as desired. Contact the maker of your personal computer and Microsoft Corporation for the setting
contents.
≥For Windows 2000, “スタート (Start)”→“プログラム (Programs)”→“アクセサリ (Accessories)”→“通信 (Communications)”→
Open “ハイパーターミナル (Hyper Terminal)”.
Enter any name in the “名前
(Name)” field, then click “OK”.
Here, “Sample” is entered as an example.
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5
Select a connection method.
<When you can select the COM port number of “FOMA P01B”>
Select the COM port number with which you install the “FOMA
P01B” in the “接続方法 (Connection method)” field, then click
“OK”.
Then, go to step 6.
≥Here, “COM3” is selected as an example. See page 19 for
the COM port number of “FOMA P01B” you should actually
select in the “接続方法 (Connection method)” field.
<When you cannot select the COM port number of “FOMA P01B”>
Click “キャンセル (Cancel)” to close the “接続の設定 (Set a
connection)” display, then perform the following operations:
(1)“ファイル (File)” menu→Select “プロパティ (Properties)”.
(2) Select “FOMA P01B” in the “接続方法 (Connection
method)” field of the “接続の設定 (Set a connection)” tab
on the “Sampleのプロパティ (Sample properties)” display.
(3) Uncheck “国/地域番号と市外局番を使う (Use country/
region code and city code)”.
(4) Click “OK”.
Then, go to step 7.
6
The properties of the COM port number appear on the display, then click
“OK”.
≥This display appears when you select a COM port number in step 5.
7
Set an access point name (APN).
Enter an access point name (APN) in the following format:
AT+CGDCONT = cid, "PDP_type", "APN"
cid: Enter 2 or any number from 4 through 10.
※If you have already specified cid, be careful that its contents are overwritten by the access point name you enter here.
"PDP_type": Enter "PPP" or "IP".
"APN": Enclose an access point name (APN) in double quotation marks (").
(Example:When specifying APN “XXX.abc” in cid2)
AT+CGDCONT=2,"PPP","XXX.abc"
Enter this character string, then press
. If “OK” appears,
the APN setting is completed.
≥To confirm the current APN setting, enter “AT+CGDCONT?
”. The set APNs are listed on the display.
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8
Confirm that “OK” appears on the
display.
9
“ファイル (File)” menu1Select “ハイパーターミナルの終了 (Exit Hyper
Terminal)” to exit Hyper Terminal.
≥If the message “現在、接続されています。切断してもよろしいですか? (Currently connected. Do you want to disconnect this
line?”) appears, select “はい (Yes)”.
≥The message “セッションXXXを保存しますか? (Do you want to save session XXX?)” then appears. You do not need to
especially save that session.
Information
≥The access point name (APN) is information to be registered in the FOMA terminal, so if you connect another FOMA terminal, you need
to register the access point name (APN) again.
≥To continue using the access point name (APN) of the personal computer, register the same access point name (APN) for the same cid
number in the FOMA terminal.
≥If the entered AT command is not displayed, enter “ATE1
”.
■cid (Registration number)
The FOMA terminal has registration numbers, cid1 through cid10. cid1 contains “mopera.ne.jp” and cid3 contains “mopera.net” as an
access point name (APN) by default. To connect to a provider other than “mopera U” or “mopera”, you need to set the access point name
(APN) to one of cid2 or cid4 through cid10 as specified by the provider or network administrator.
Default cid contents
Registration No. (cid)
1
2
3
4 to 10
Access point name (APN)
mopera.ne.jp (mopera)
Not set
mopera.net (mopera U)
Not set
■“Phone number” for connecting to an access point name (APN) you register in cid
“¢99¢¢¢<cid No.>#”
(Example) When connecting to the access point name (APN) you register in cid2, enter the following:
¢99¢¢¢2#
■Resetting/Confirming the access point name (APN) settings
You can use AT commands to reset/confirm the access point name (APN) settings.
Resetting access point name (APN)
The access point name (APN) for cid1 returns to “mopera.ne.jp” (default) and for cid3 returns to “mopera.net” (default); the settings for
cid2 and cid4 through cid10 are reset to being unregistered if you reset them.
(Entry method)
AT+CGDCONT=
(When resetting all the cid contents)
AT+CGDCONT=<cid>
(When resetting only a specific cid)
Confirming access point name (APN)
The currently specified access point name appears on the display.
(Entry method)
AT+CGDCONT?
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Set Caller ID Notified/Not Notified
For packet communication, you can specify whether to notify your caller ID (caller ID notified/not notified).
The caller ID is your important information; so, take a great care to notify your caller ID. You can use AT
commands (¢DGPIR command) to specify “caller ID notified/not notified” before dial-up connection.
1
2
Start the communication software such as “Hyper Terminal”.
≥See page 21 for details on how to operate “Hyper Terminal”.
Use the ¢DGPIR command (see
page 39) to specify “caller ID
notified/not notified”.
≥To automatically add “184 (not notify)” for outgoing or
incoming call, enter the following:
AT¢DGPIR=1
≥To automatically add “186 (notify)” for outgoing or incoming call, enter the following:
AT¢DGPIR=2
3
Confirm that “OK” appears on the
display.
Information
≥When using DOCOMO Internet access service “mopera U” or “mopera”, you need to set your caller ID to be “notified”.
≥If the entered AT command is not displayed, enter “ATE1
”.
■Specifying “caller ID notified/not notified” in dial-up network
Also by dial-up network setting (see page 25), you can add “186 (notify)” or “184 (not notify)” to each access point number.
When you specify “186 (notify)” or “184 (not notify)” using both the ¢DGPIR command and dial-up network setting, the caller ID is set as
follows:
Dial-up network
setting (cid = 3)
¢99¢¢¢3#
184¢99¢¢¢3#
Caller ID notification setting by
¢DGPIR command
Notify/Not notify caller ID
Not set
Notify
Not notify
Not notify
Notify
Notify
Not set
Not notify
(“184” specified in the dial-up network has a priority)
Not notify
Notify
186¢99¢¢¢3#
Not set
Not notify
Notify
(“186” specified in the dial-up network has a priority)
Notify
≥To connect to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you need to notify your caller ID.
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1
2
Set Dial-up Network for Windows Vista
“
[スタート (Start)]”1“接続先 (Access point)”1Click “接続または
ネットワークをセットアップします (Setup the connection or network)”.
Select “ダイヤルアップ接続を
セットアップします (Setup the
dial-up connection)”, then click
“次へ (Next)”.
3
If the display for selecting a modem appears, click “FOMA P01B”.
4
Enter any name in the “接続名
(Connection name)” field.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication, put a check mark for only the in-use Bluetooth linked standard
modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a Bluetooth device maker.
≥The display for selecting a modem appears only when you have registered two or more modems.
≥Here, “SAMPLE” is entered as an example.
5
Enter an access point number in the “ダイヤルアップの電話番号 (Phone
number for dial-up)” field.
≥When connecting to “mopera U”, enter “¢99¢¢¢3#” as the access point number.
6
Enter the user name and password supplied from your Internet service
provider or network administrator in the “ユーザー名 (User name)” and
“パスワード (Password)” fields. Then click “接続 (Connect)”
1Click “スキップ (Skip)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you can leave the user name and password fields blank.
≥Only confirm the setting contents without connecting here.
7
8
Click “接続をセットアップします (Setup the connection)”
1Click “閉じる (Close)”.
“
[スタート (Start)]”1“接続先 (Access point)”
1Highlight the access point which is finished with connection, and
select “プロパティ (Property)” after the right click.
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9
Click the “全般 (General)” tab to
confirm the setting contents.
When two or more modems are connected to your personal
computer, confirm that “モデム (Modem) - FOMA P01B” or
“モデム (Modem) - the name of the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a Bluetooth
device maker” is checked in the “接続の方法 (Connection
method)” field. If it is not checked, check it. If two or more
modems are checked, click the
button to position the
priority level of “モデム (Modem) - FOMA P01B” or “モデム
(Modem) - the name of the in-use Bluetooth linked standard
modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a Bluetooth device
maker” to the top or uncheck modems other than “モデム
(Modem) - FOMA P01B” or “モデム (Modem) - the name of
the in-use Bluetooth linked standard modem or Bluetooth
modem provided by a Bluetooth device maker”.
When “ダイヤル情報を使う (Use dial information)” is
checked, uncheck it.
≥The COM port number allocated to “FOMA P01B” or “the
in-use Bluetooth linked standard modem or Bluetooth
modem provided by a Bluetooth device maker” varies depending on your personal computer.
≥When connecting to “mopera U”, enter “¢99¢¢¢3#” as the access point number.
the “ネットワーク (Network)”
10 Click
tab, then carry out respective
settings.
In the “この接続は次の項目を使用します (Use the following
items for this connection)” field, select “インターネットプロト
コル バージョン4 (TCP/IPv4) [Internet protocol version 4
(TCP/IPv4)]”.
You can set the “QoS パケットスケジューラ (QoS packet
scheduler)” if necessary.
Contact your ISP (Internet service provider) or network
administrator for how to set up TCP/IP to connect to a general
ISP and so on.
11 Click the “オプション (Option)” tab, then click “PPP設定 (PPP settings)”.
all the items, then click
12 Uncheck
“OK”.
13 Return to the display in step 10, then click “OK”.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Set Dial-up Network for Windows XP
“スタート (Start)”1“すべてのプログラム (All programs)”
1“アクセサリ (Accessories)”1“通信 (Communications)”
1Open “新しい接続ウィザード (New connection wizard)”.
When the “新しい接続ウィザード
(New connection wizard)” display
appears, click “次へ (Next)”.
Select “インターネットに接続する (Connect to the Internet)”, then click
“次へ (Next)”.
Select “接続を手動でセットアップする (Manually set up the connection)”,
then click “次へ (Next)”.
Select “ダイヤルアップモデムを使用して接続する (Use a dial-up modem
for connection)”, then click “次へ (Next)”.
If the “デバイスの選択 (Select a
device)” display appears, check
“FOMA P01B” only, then click
“次へ (Next)”.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication,
put a check mark for only the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a
Bluetooth device maker.
≥The “デバイスの選択 (Select a device)” display appears only
when you have registered two or more modems.
7
Enter any name in the “ISP 名 (ISP
name)” field, then click
“次へ (Next)”.
≥Here, “SAMPLE” is entered as an example.
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8
Enter an access point number in
the “電話番号 (Phone number)”
field, then click “次へ (Next)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U”, enter “¢99¢¢¢3#” as the
access point number.
See page 23 for access point numbers other than “mopera
U”.
9
Enter the user name and
password supplied from your
Internet service provider or
network administrator in the
“ユーザー名 (User name)”,
“パスワード (Password)” and
“パスワードの確認入力 (Confirm
the password)” fields. Then click
“次へ (Next)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you can leave the user name and password fields blank.
10 Click “完了 (Complete)”.
(Start)”1“すべてのプログラム (All programs)”
11 スタート
1“アクセサリ (Accessories)”1“通信 (Communications)”
12
1Open “ネットワーク接続 (Connect to network)”.
Select the dial-up icon, then select
“ネットワークタスク (Network
task)”
1“この接続の設定を変更する
(Modify this connection setting)”.
Here, click the icon of the name you entered in step 7.
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Click the “全般 (General)” tab to
13 confirm
the setting contents.
When two or more modems are connected to your personal
computer, confirm that “モデム (Modem) - FOMA P01B” or
“モデム (Modem) - the name of the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a Bluetooth
device maker” is checked in the “接続方法 (Connection
method)” field. If it is not checked, check it. If two or more
modems are checked, click the
button to position the
priority level of
“モデム (Modem) - FOMA P01B” or “モデム (Modem) - the
name of the in-use Bluetooth linked standard modem or
Bluetooth modem provided by a Bluetooth device maker” to
the top or uncheck modems other than “モデム (Modem) FOMA P01B” or “モデム (Modem) - the name of the in-use
Bluetooth linked standard modem or Bluetooth modem
provided by a Bluetooth device maker”.
When “ダイヤル情報を使う (Use dial information)” is
checked, uncheck it.
≥The COM port number allocated to “FOMA P01B” or “the in-use Bluetooth linked standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided
by a Bluetooth device maker” varies depending on your personal computer.
≥When connecting to “mopera U”, enter “¢99¢¢¢3#” as the access point number.
See page 23 for access point numbers other than “mopera U”.
the “ネットワーク (Network)”
14 Click
tab, then carry out respective
settings.
In the “呼び出すダイヤルアップサーバーの種類 (Type of
calling dial-up server)” field, select “PPP: Windows 95/98/NT4/
2000, Internet”.
In the “この接続は次の項目を使用します (Use the following
items for this connection)” field, select “インターネットプロト
コル (TCP/IP) [Internet protocol (TCP/IP)]”.
You cannot modify the setting of the “QoS パケットスケ
ジューラ (QoS packet scheduler)” field; so use the default
setting as it is. Next, click “設定 (Setting)”.
Contact your ISP (Internet service provider) or network
administrator for how to set up TCP/IP to connect to a general
ISP and so on.
all the items, then click
15 Uncheck
“OK”.
16 Return to the display in step 14, then click “OK”.
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1
2
3
Set Dial-up Network for Windows 2000
“スタート (Start)”1“プログラム (Programs)”
1“アクセサリ (Accessories)”1“通信 (Communications)”1Open “ネッ
トワークとダイヤルアップ接続 (Network and dial-up connections)”.
Double-click “新しい接続の作成 (Create a new connection)” in
“ネットワークとダイヤルアップ接続 (Network and dial-up
connections)”.
If the “所在地情報 (Address information)” display appears, enter “市外局
番 (City code)”, then click “OK”.
≥The “所在地情報 (Address information)” display appears only when you first start “新しい接続の作成 (Create a new connection)”
in step 2.
≥At the second time or after, the “ネットワークの接続ウィザード (Network connection wizard)” display appears instead of this
display. Go to step 5.
4
5
When “電話とモデムのオプション (Phone and modem options)” appears,
click “OK”.
When the “ネットワークの接続ウィ
ザード (Network connection
wizard)” display appears, click
“次へ (Next)”.
6
7
Select “インターネットにダイヤルアップ接続する (Dial-up connect to the
Internet)”, then click “次へ (Next)”.
Select “インターネット接続を手動で設定するか、またはローカルエリア
ネットワーク (LAN) を使って接続します [Connect to Internet manually or
via the local area network (LAN)]”, then click “次へ (Next)”.
Select “電話回線とモデムを使ってインターネットに接続します (Connect
to Internet via a phone line and modem)”, then click “次へ (Next)”.
8
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9
Confirm that “FOMA P01B” is
displayed in the “インターネットへ
の接続に使うモデムを選択する
(Select a modem for connection to
Internet)” field. Then click
“次へ (Next)”.
≥If “FOMA P01B” is not selected in that field, select it.
≥When connecting wirelessly using Bluetooth communication,
select the in-use Bluetooth linked standard modem or
Bluetooth modem provided by a Bluetooth device maker.
≥The “モデムの選択 (Select a modem)” display may not
appear depending on the operating environment of your personal computer. In that case, go to step 10.
an access point number in
10 Enter
the “電話番号 (Phone number)”
field.
≥Leave the “市外局番 (City code)” field blank.
≥Uncheck “市外局番とダイヤル情報を使う (Use city code
and dial information)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U”, enter “¢99¢¢¢3#” as the
access point number.
See page 23 for access point numbers other than “mopera
U”.
11 Click “詳細設定 (Detailed setting)”.
Specify the items in the “接続
12 (Connection)”
tab.
Enter “接続の種類 (Connection type)” and “ログオンの手続き
(Logon procedure)” according to the information supplied from
your Internet service provider or network administrator.
Confirm the contents you entered, then click the “アドレス
(Address)” tab.
≥Contact your Internet service provider or network
administrator for the setting contents of “接続
(Connection)” tab.
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IP address and DNS
13 Specify
(domain name service) address.
Enter “IPアドレス (IP address)” and “ISPによるDNS(ドメイ
ンネームサービス)アドレスの自動割り当て [Automatically
allocate a DNS (domain name service) address by ISP]”
according to the information supplied from your Internet
service provider or network administrator.
After you finish entering all the items, click “OK”. The display
in step 10 returns; then click “次へ (Next)”.
≥Contact your Internet service provider or network
administrator for the setting contents of IP address and
DNS address.
the user name and
14 Enter
password supplied from your
Internet service provider or
network administrator, in the
“ユーザー名 (User name)” and
“パスワード (Password)” fields.
Then click “次へ (Next)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you can leave
the user name and password fields blank. In that case, two
displays “ユーザー名を空白のままにしておきますか? (Do
you want to make the user name blank?)” and “パスワード
を空白のままにしておきますか? (Do you want to make the
password blank?)” appear. Click “はい (Yes)” on each
display. Then go to step 15.
any name in the “接続名
15 Enter
(Connection name)” field, then
click “次へ (Next)”.
≥Here, “SAMPLE” is entered as an example.
16 Select “いいえ (No)”, then click “次へ (Next)”.
≥When setting the Internet mail, select “はい (Yes)”.
≥Contact your Internet service provider or network administrator for details on the setting.
carry out the “TCP/IP”
17 Then,
setting.
≥If the display for exiting the Internet connection wizard
appears, uncheck “今すぐインターネットに接続するにはこ
こを選び「完了」をクリックしてください (To connect to
the Internet right now, select here, then click “Complete”)”.
Then click “完了 (Complete)”.
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(Start)”1“プログラム (Programs)”
18 “スタート
1“アクセサリ (Accessories)”1“通信 (Communications)”1 Open “ネッ
19
トワークとダイヤルアップ接続 (Network and dial-up connections)”.
Select the icon of the access point
name you entered in step 15, then
select “ファイル (File)” menu
1“プロパティ (Properties)”.
Click the “全般 (General)” tab to
20 confirm
the setting contents.
≥When two or more modems are connected to your personal
computer, confirm that “モデム (Modem) - FOMA P01B” or “
モデム (Modem) - the name of the in-use Bluetooth linked
standard modem or Bluetooth modem provided by a
Bluetooth device maker” is checked in the “接続の方法
(Connection method)” field. If it is not checked, check it.
≥Confirm that “ダイヤル情報を使う (Use dial information)” is
unchecked. If it is checked, uncheck it.
≥The COM port number allocated to “FOMA P01B” or “the
in-use Bluetooth linked standard modem or Bluetooth
modem provided by a Bluetooth device maker” varies
depending on your personal computer.
≥When connecting to “mopera U”, enter “¢99¢¢¢3#” as the
access point number.
See page 23 for access point numbers other than “mopera
U”.
the “ネットワーク (Network)”
21 Click
tab, then carry out respective
settings.
In the “呼び出すダイヤルアップサーバーの種類 (Type of
calling dial-up server)” field, select “PPP: Windows 95/98/NT4/
2000, Internet”.
For the component, check only “インターネットプロトコル
(TCP/IP) [Internet protocol (TCP/IP)]”.
Then click “設定 (Setting)”.
all the items, then click
22 Uncheck
“OK”.
23 Return to the display in step 21, then click “OK”.
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Making Dial-up Connection
Making Dial-up Connection for Windows Vista
Perform the operation on page 6 to connect the FOMA terminal to your personal computer.
1
2
“
3
4
Confirm the contents and click “ダイヤル (Dial)”.
[スタート (Start)]”1Open “接続先 (Access point)”.
Select access point and click
“接続 (Connect)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you can leave the user name and password fields blank.
The display appears to indicate
the connecting state.
In this period, the system performs logon processing to
confirm the user name and password.
5
After the connection is completed,
click “閉じる (Close)”.
≥You can start the browser software to browse websites, use
e-mail and so on.
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Making Dial-up Connection for Windows XP
Perform the operation on page 6 to connect the FOMA terminal to your personal computer.
1
2
3
4
“スタート (Start)”1“すべてのプログラム (All programs)”
1“アクセサリ (Accessories)”1“通信 (Communications)”
1Open “ネットワーク接続 (Network connection)”.
Open the access point to be used.
Select the access point icon of the ISP name (see page 27)
you specified in “Set Dial-up Network”, then “ネットワークタ
スク (Network task)”→“この接続を開始する (Start this
connection)”.
Otherwise, double-click the access point icon.
Confirm the contents and click “ダイヤル (Dial)”.
≥When connecting to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you can leave the user name and password fields blank.
The display appears to indicate
the connecting state.
In this period, the system performs logon processing to
confirm the user name and password.
5
The connection is completed.
After the connection is completed, the message appears from
the indicator on the task bar for a few seconds.
≥You can start the browser software to browse websites, use
e-mail and so on.
≥If this message does not appear, confirm the setting of the
access point again.
Information
≥For dial-up connection, use the FOMA terminal with the dial-up setting completed. To connect another FOMA terminal, you may need to
reinstall the FOMA communication configuration file (driver).
≥The power consumption of the FOMA terminal increases during communication.
≥During packet communication, the communication state appears on the FOMA terminal.
“ ” (Communicating, data sending)
“ ” (Communicating, data receiving)
“ ” (Communicating, no data sending/receiving)
“ ” (Outgoing or being disconnected)
“ ” (Incoming or being disconnected)
≥During 64K data communication, “ ” appears on the FOMA terminal.
1
2
Disconnecting Communication Line
Click the dial-up icon on the task tray.
Select “接続または切断 (Connect or disconnect)” and click “切断
(Disconnect)”, then click “閉じる (Close)”.
<For Windows XP, Windows 2000>
Click “切断 (Disconnect)”.
Information
≥The communication line may not be disconnected just by exiting the browser software. To surely disconnect the communication line,
perform this operation.
≥The baud rate displayed on your personal computer may be different from the actual one.
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When you cannot connect to network
If you cannot connect to network (if you fail a dial-up connection), confirm the following items:
:
If this error occurs
Confirm those:
Your personal computer
・ Confirm whether your personal computer satisfies the operating environment (see page 3).
cannot recognize “P-01B” ・ Confirm whether “FOMA communication configuration file” (driver) is installed in your personal computer.
・ Confirm whether the FOMA terminal is connected to your personal computer and powered on.
・ Confirm whether the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option) is securely connected.
・ Confirm whether the Bluetooth device is connected using the Dial-up service.
You cannot connect to the ・ Confirm whether the ID (user name) and password are correct.
access point
・ When you need to notify your caller ID such as when using “mopera U” or “mopera”, make sure “184” is not
prefixed to the phone number.
・ Confirm that “フロー制御を使う (Use the flow control)” is checked in the modem properties.
・ If you cannot connect to the access point even after confirming above, contact your Internet service provider
or network administrator for the setting method, and so on.
Set 64K Data Communication
This section explains how to set up a connection for the 64K data communication without using
“DOCOMO Connection Manager”.
Setting dial-up connection and TCP/IP
The setting of dial-up connection and TCP/IP for the 64K data communication is the same as for the packet
communication (see page 19).
Take care of the following points:
≥In the 64K data communication, you do not need to set an access point name (APN). For the access point of the dial-up
connection, enter the phone number of the access point specified by your Internet service provider or network administrator.
(To connect to “mopera U”, enter “¢8701” in the phone number field, and to connect to “mopera”, enter “¢9601”.)
≥Set “caller ID notified/not notified” and “others” as required.
(When connecting to “mopera U” or “mopera”, you need to notify your caller ID.)
≥Contact your Internet service provider or network administrator for details on the setting contents.
Connecting and Disconnecting
You can operate in the same way as for the packet communication. Perform the operations on page 18,
page 34 or page 35.
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AT Command
AT commands are used to specify and modify the functions of the FOMA terminal through the personal
computer.
※The following abbreviations are used in the AT command list:
[AT]: Commands which are available at the FOMA P01B Command Port.
[M]: Commands which are available in the FOMA P01B (modem).
[&F]: Commands whose settings are initialized by the AT&F command.
[&W]: Commands whose settings are saved by the AT&W command. The set value can be recalled by the
ATZ command.
Information
≥When you make a call from an external device or make an AT command call, the call is made from Number A in A Mode or Dual Mode
of 2in1, and the call is made from Number B in B Mode of 2in1.
Entry Format of AT Command
To enter an AT command, use the terminal mode display of the communication software. Be sure to enter
half-pitch alphanumeric characters.
≥Entry example
ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
RETURN mark
Parameter
Command
≥You need to enter an AT command on one line, including a parameter (digits and symbols) which follows the command.
Information
≥The terminal mode enables you to operate a personal computer as one communication terminal. Using this mode, you can send
characters you have entered from the keyboard to a line connected to the communication port.
Switch between Online Data Mode and Online Command Mode
There are following two methods of switching the FOMA terminal between the online data mode and online
command mode:
・Enter the “+++” command or enter the code specified in the “S2” register.
・Set the ER signal of the RS-232C※ off when “AT&D1” is set.
≥To switch the online command mode to the online data mode, enter “ATO ”.
※The RS-232C signal line, which is emulated via the USB interface, is controlled by a communication application.
■Saving the setting contents
Please be careful that the setting contents with AT commands are initialized when the FOMA terminal is turned off and on or the external
device is removed, except for the access point name (APN) setting with the AT+CGDCONT command, QoS setting with the
AT+CGEQMIN or AT+CGEQREQ command, incoming call acceptance/rejection setting with the AT¢DGAPL, AT¢DGARL, or
AT¢DGANSM command, phone number notification/no notification setting (for packet communication) with the AT¢DGPIR command
and caller ID notification restriction setting with the AT+CLIR command. For commands with [&W], you can enter “AT&W ” (after
setting) to save the setting contents and other set values with [&W] at the same time. If necessary, you can restore these set values by
entering in “ATZ
” even after the power is turned off and on.
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AT Command List
AT command
A/
[M]
AT%V
[M]
AT&Cn
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT&Dn
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT&En
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT&Fn
[AT][M]
AT&Sn
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT&Wn
[M]
AT¢DANTE
[AT][M]
AT¢DGANSM=n
[M]
AT¢DGAPL=n
[,cid]
[M]
AT¢DGARL=n
[,cid]
[M]
Outline
Re-executes the last executed
command. No carriage return is
required.
Displays the version of the
FOMA terminal.
Selects the operating conditions
of the circuit CD signal sent to
the DTE.
Selects an operation to be
performed when the circuit ER
signal received from the DTE
transits from ON to OFF.
Selects the speed display
specification for connection.
−
A/
OK
−
AT%V
Ver1.00
OK
AT&C1
OK
n=0: CD is always ON.
n=1: CD varies according to the carrier of the other
party’s modem. (default)
n=0: Ignores the ER status. (Always assumed to be
ON.)
n=1: Sets the online command state when the ER
changes from ON to OFF.
n=2: Sets the offline command state when the ER
changes from ON to OFF. (default)
n=0: Displays communication speed between radio
wave blocks.
n=1: Displays DTE serial communication speed.
(default)
Only n=0 is specifiable. (Can be omitted)
Returns all registers to the
default. Performs line
disconnection processing if you
enter this command during
communication.
Specifies the control of the data n=0: DR is always ON. (default)
set ready signal to be output to n=1: DR is set to ON at connection of the line (at
the DTE.
establishment of a communication call).
Stores the current set values.
Only n=0 is specifiable. (Can be omitted)
Shows the number of antenna
bars. (0 to 3)
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
AT&D1
OK
AT&E0
OK
−
AT&S0
OK
−
0: Antenna shows the out of the service area
1: Zero antenna bars or a single antenna bar
2: Two antenna bars
3: Three antenna bars
AT¢DANTE
¢DANTE:3
OK
AT¢DANTE=?
¢DANTE:(0-3)
OK
Sets the reject/accept setting
n=0: Invalidates the incoming call reject/accept setting. AT¢DGANSM=0
mode for the packet incoming
OK
(default)
call.
n=1: Validates the incoming call reject setting
AT¢DGANSM?
¢DGANSM:0
The setting with this command is
(AT¢DGARL).
OK
valid for incoming calls in packet n=2: Validates the incoming call accept setting
(AT¢DGAPL).
communication after you enter
AT¢DGANSM?: Displays the current setting.
the setting command.
Sets the APN of which packet
n=0: Adds the APN defined by <cid> to the incoming call AT¢DGAPL=0,1
incoming call is to be accepted.
accept list.
OK
To specify the APN, use the
n=1: Deletes the APN defined by <cid> from the
AT¢DGAPL?
¢DGAPL:1
<cid> parameter defined in
incoming call accept list.
OK
AT+CGDCONT.
AT¢DGAPL=1
Applied to all the cid contents if <cid> is omitted.
OK
AT¢DGAPL?
AT¢DGAPL?: Displays the incoming call accept list.
OK
Sets the APN of which packet
n=0: Adds the APN defined by <cid> to the incoming call AT¢DGARL=0,1
incoming call is to be rejected.
reject list.
OK
To specify the APN, use the
n=1: Deletes the APN defined by <cid> from the
AT¢DGARL?
¢DGARL:1
<cid> parameter defined in
incoming call reject list.
OK
+CGDCONT.
AT¢DGARL=1
Applied to all the cid contents if <cid> is omitted.
OK
AT¢DGARL?
AT¢DGARL?: Displays the incoming call reject list.
OK
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AT command
AT¢DGPIR=n
[M]
AT¢DRPW
[AT][M]
+++
[M]
AT+CAOC
[M]
AT+CBC
[M]
AT+CBST=n,1,0
[M]
[&W][&F]
AT+CDIP=n
[M][AT]
[&F][&W]
AT+CEER
[AT][M]
AT+CGDCONT
[M]
AT+CGEQMIN
[M]
AT+CGEQREQ
[M]
AT+CGMR
Outline
This command is valid at dialing/
receiving calls.
In the dial-up network setting,
you can add “186” (notify) or
“184” (not notify) to the phone
number of the access point.
(See page 24)
Displays the output power index
for receiving.
(0: minimum value to 75:
maximum value)
Changes to the online command
state without disconnecting the
line when the escape sequence
is executed in the online mode.
Displays the charging
information for now or latest call.
Displays the battery level.
Sets the bearer service to be
used.
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
n=0: Uses the APN as it is. (default)
n=1: Adds “184” to the APN. (always not notify)
n=2: Adds “186” to the APN. (always notify)
AT¢DGPIR?: Displays the current setting.
AT¢DGPIR=0
OK
AT¢DGPIR?
¢DGPIR:0
OK
AT¢DRPW
¢DRPW:0
OK
−
−
−
Result: +CAOC:”n”
n: Displays the charging information in a hexadecimal
number.
Result: +CBC:n,m
n=0: FOMA terminal is powered by the battery.
n=1: During charging
n=2: The battery is not connected.
n=3: Power-supply error
m=0∼100: Battery level
n=116: 64000 bps (bit transparent) (default)
n=134: 64000 bps (multimedia)
Sets whether to display
n=0: Does not display “Received sub-address” when
“Received sub-address” on your
you receive a call. (default)
personal computer when you
n=1: Displays “Received sub-address” when you
receive a call.
receive a call.
Result: +CDIP:<n>,<m>
m=0: Not signed up for Multi Number
m=1: Signed up for Multi Number
m=2: Unknown
Displays the reason why the
<report>
preceding call was disconnected. Disconnection reason list (See page 46)
Sets the access point name
(APN) for when dialing for packet
communication.
Registers the reference value to
judge whether the system
permits QoS (Quality of service)
reported from the network at
establishment of the packet
communication.
Sets QoS (Quality of service) to
be requested to the network at
dialing of the packet
communication.
Displays the version of the
FOMA terminal.
See page 44.
AT+CGEQMIN=[parameter]
See page 45.
AT+CGEQMIN=?
Lists the settable values.
AT+CGEQMIN?
Displays the current setting.
AT+CGEQREQ=[parameter]
See page 45.
AT+CGEQREQ=?
Lists the settable values.
AT+CGEQREQ?
Displays the current setting.
−
[M]
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AT+CAOC
+CAOC:"00001E"
OK
AT+CBC
+CBC:0,80
OK
AT+CBST=116,1,0
OK
AT+CBST?
+CBST:116,1,0
OK
AT+CDIP=0
OK
AT+CDIP?
+CDIP:0,1
OK
AT+CEER
+CEER:36
OK
See page 44.
See page 45.
See page 45.
AT+CGMR
1234512345123456
OK
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AT command
AT+CGREG=n
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT+CGSN
[M]
AT+CLIP=n
[AT][M]
[&F][&W]
AT+CLIR=n
[M]
AT+CMEE=n
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT+CNUM
[AT][M]
Outline
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
Sets whether the network
registration state is notified.
Displays whether you are inside
or outside the service area
according to the returned
notification.
n=0: Not notified. (default)
n=1: Notified at switching between the inside and
outside of the service area.
(Inquiry)
AT+CGREG?
+CGREG: <n>,<stat>
n: Set value
stat:
0: Outside packet area
1: Inside packet area
4: Unknown
5: Inside packet area (during roaming)
Displays the serial number of the
−
FOMA terminal.
Enables to display the other
party’s caller ID on the personal
computer at reception of 64K
data communication or
videophone calls.
AT+CGREG=1
OK
(set to “Notified”)
AT+CGREG?
+CGREG:1,0
OK
(means the outside of the service
area)
n=0: Does not notify. (default)
n=1: Notifies.
Result: +CLIP: <n>,<m>
m=0: NW setting not to notify caller ID at calling
m=1: NW setting to notify caller ID at calling
m=2: Unknown
n=0: Notifies (does not notify) caller ID according to
Sets whether to notify your
phone number to do 64K data
CLIR service.
communication or to make
n=1: Does not notify the other party of your caller ID.
videophone calls.
n=2: Notifies the other party of your caller ID. (default)
Result: +CLIR: <n>,<m>
m=0: CLIR is not launched. (always notify)
m=1: CLIR is launched. (always not notify)
m=2: Unknown
m=3: CLIR temporary mode (not notify, default)
m=4: CLIR temporary mode (notify, default)
Sets how the FOMA terminal
n=0: Uses the ordinary ERROR result. (default)
shows an error report.
n=1: +CME ERROR: Uses the <err> result code. <err>
indicates a numeric value.
n=2: +CME ERROR: Uses the <err> result code. <err>
indicates characters.
AT+CMEE?: Displays the current setting.
Command execution examples on the right are for when
the FOMA terminal or connection has abnormality.
Below listed are the +CME ERROR result codes.
1: no connection to phone
10: SIM not inserted
15: SIM wrong
16: incorrect password
100: unknown
Displays the own phone number number: Phone number (In B Mode of 2in1, Number B
of the FOMA terminal.
is displayed.)
type: 129 or 145
129: Does not include the IDD prefix code (+).
145: Includes the IDD prefix code (+).
Result: +CNUM:,<number>,<type>
40
(when moved from the outside to
the inside of the service area)
+CGREG: 1
AT+CGSN
123456789012345
OK
AT+CLIP=0
OK
AT+CLIP?
+CLIP:0,1
OK
AT+CLIR=0
OK
AT+CLIR?
+CLIR:0,1
OK
AT+CLIR=?
+CLIR:(0-2)
OK
AT+CMEE=0
OK
AT+CNUM
ERROR
AT+CMEE=1
OK
AT+CNUM
+CME ERROR: 10
AT+CMEE=2
OK
AT+CNUM
+CME ERROR: SIM
not inserted
AT+CNUM
+CNUM:,"+8190123
45678",145
OK
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AT command
AT+COPS=n,2,m
[M]
AT+CPAS
[M]
AT+CPIN=n,m
[M][AT]
AT+CR=n
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT+CRC=n
[AT][M]
[&F][&W]
Outline
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
Selects the carrier to be
connected.
n=0: Automatic (searches the network and switches the
network operator automatically) (default)
n=1: Manual (connects to the network operator
specified in “m”)
n=2: Disconnects the connection to the network
operator
n=3: Mapping is not performed.
n=4: Manual/Automatic (if the connection to the network
operator specified in “m” fails, works as automatic
mode.)
m: Country code (MCC) and operator code (MNC) are
displayed in a hexadecimal number.
The format is as follows:
Digit 1 of MCC・・・octet 1 bits 1 to 4.
Digit 2 of MCC・・・octet 1 bits 5 to 8.
Digit 3 of MCC・・・octet 2 bits 1 to 4.
Digit 3 of MNC・・・octet 2 bits 5 to 8.
Digit 2 of MNC・・・octet 3 bits 5 to 8.
Digit 1 of MNC・・・octet 3 bits 1 to 4.
Displays whether to send the
Result: +CPAS:n
control signals to the FOMA
n=0: Can send/receive control signals to/from the
terminal.
FOMA terminal.
n=1: Cannot send/receive control signals to/from the
FOMA terminal.
n=2: Unknown (control signal sending/receiving is not
assured).
n=3: Can send/receive control signals to/from the
FOMA terminal, and currently receiving.
n=4: Can send/receive control signals to/from the
FOMA terminal, and currently communicating.
Enters the UIM password (PIN1 When the UIM is in a state waiting for the entry of PIN1
or PIN2).
or PIN2 code
n: PIN1/PIN2
When the UIM is in a state waiting for the entry of PUK
due to failure in unblocking PIN1 or PIN2 code
n: PUK
m: New PIN1 or PIN2
AT+CPIN?: Displays the state of code entry requested
about current SIM.
Result: +CPIN: <state>
<state>=READY: Code entry not requested
<state>=SIM PIN: PIN1 code entry waited
<state>=SIM PIN2: PIN2 code entry waited
<state>=SIM PUK: PUK entry waited due to failure in
unblocking PIN1 code
<state>=SIM PUK2: PUK entry waited due to failure in
unblocking PIN2 code
Displays the bearer service type n=0: Does not display. (default)
before the CONNECT result
n=1: Displays.
code appears at connection of <serv>: Displays only “GPRS” that means packet
the line.
communication.
(Displays “SYNC” or “AV64K”, depending on
the line type.)
AT+CR?: Displays the current set value.
Sets whether the extended result n=0: Does not use +CRING. (default)
code is used at reception.
n=1: Uses +CRING.<type>.
AT+CRC?: Displays the current setting.
The +CRING format is as follows:
+CRING: <type>
During PPP packet ringing
+CRING: GPRS “PPP”,,,<APN>
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AT+COPS=1,2,"44F001"
OK
AT+CPAS
+CPAS:0
OK
AT+CPIN="1234"
OK
AT+CPIN="12345678","1234"
OK
AT+CPIN?
+CPIN:SIM PIN
OK
AT+CR=1
OK
ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
+CR: GPRS
CONNECT
AT+CRC=0
OK
AT+CRC?
+CRC: 0
OK
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AT command
AT+CREG=n
[AT][M]
[&F][&W]
AT+CUSD=n,“<str>”,0
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT+FCLASS=n
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT+GCAP
[M]
AT+GMI
[M]
AT+GMM
[M]
AT+GMR
[M]
AT+IFC=n,m
[M]
[&F][&W]
AT+WS46=n
[M]
ATA
[AT][M]
ATD
[AT][M]
ATEn
[AT][M]
[&F][&W]
ATHn
Outline
Sets whether the result is
displayed about the inside and
outside of the service area.
Sets or checks the additional
service for network.
Sets communication class
in the FOMA terminal.
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
n=0: Not notified. (default)
n=1: Notified at switching between the inside and
outside of the service area.
(Inquiry)
AT+CREG?
+CREG: <n>,<stat>
n: Set value
stat:
0: Outside voice call area
1: Inside voice call area
4: Unknown
5: Inside voice call area (during roaming)
n=0: Does not display mid result. (default)
n=1: Displays mid result.
<str>: Service code
Mid result: m,”<str>”,0
m=0: Shows the setting is completed.
m=1: Shows the network requires the information.
n=0: Data communication (default)
AT+CREG=1
OK
(set to “Notified”)
AT+CREG?
+CREG: 1,0
OK
(means the outside of the service
area)
(when moved from the outside to
the inside of the service area)
+CREG: 1
AT+CUSD=0,
OK
AT+CUSD=1,“*148*1*0000#”,0
+CUSD:0,“148*7#”,0
OK
AT+FCLASS=0
OK
Displays the AT command
supported by FOMA terminal.
Result +GCAP: n
n=+CGSM: Some or all GSM commands are supported.
n=+FCLASS: +FCLASS command is supported.
n=+W: +W command is supported.
Displays the manufacturer name
−
(Panasonic).
Displays the product name
(FOMA P-01B) of the FOMA
terminal.
Displays the version of the
FOMA terminal.
−
−
Selects the flow control method. n: DCE by DTE
m: DTE by DCE
0: No flow control
1: XON/XOFF flow control
2: RS/CS (RTS/CTS) flow control
Default: n, m = 2.2
AT+IFC?: Inquires the set value.
Selects the wireless
Returns “ERROR” for the mode setting because the
communication network of the
wireless communication network is not selected on the
FOMA terminal.
FOMA terminal by this command.
n=12: GSM/GPRS
n=22: W-CDMA (Wideband CDMA)
n=25: Automatic
Performs the receiving process
−
in the mode when the FOMA
terminal received the incoming
call.
Performs the automatic outgoing <cid>: 1 to 10. Displays the APN defined by
process to the FOMA terminal
+CGDCONT.
according to the contents
When calling cid1, you can omit the phone number like
specified in the parameter and “ATD¢99¢¢¢#.”
dial parameter.
Sets whether echo-back is
n=0: Issues no echo-back.
issued to the DTE in the
n=1: Issues echo-back. (default)
command mode.
Places the FOMA terminal into n=0: Disconnects the line. (can be omitted)
the on-hook state.
[AT][M]
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AT+GCAP
+GCAP:+CGSM,+FCLASS,+W
OK
AT+GMI
Panasonic
OK
AT+GMM
FOMA P01B
OK
AT+GMR
Ver1.00
OK
AT+IFC=2,2
OK
AT+WS46=22
ERROR
AT+WS46?
25
OK
RING
ATA
CONNECT
ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
CONNECT
ATE1
OK
(During packet communication)
+++
ATH
NO CARRIER
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AT command
ATIn
[AT][M]
ATOn
[M]
ATQn
[M]
[&F][&W]
ATS0=n
[M]
[&F][&W]
ATS2=n
[M]
[&F]
ATS3=n
[M]
[&F]
ATS4=n
[M]
[&F]
ATS5=n
[M]
[&F]
ATS30=n
[M][&F]
ATS103=n
[M][&F]
ATS104=n
[M][&F]
ATVn
[M]
[&F][&W]
ATXn
[M]
[&F][&W]
Outline
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
Displays the ID code.
n=0: Displays “NTT DoCoMo”.
n=1: Displays the product name. (same as +GMM)
n=2: Displays the version of the FOMA terminal. (same
as +GMR)
n=3: Displays ACMP information element.
n=4: Displays the details of the function available for
communication on the FOMA terminal.
Returns from the online command n=0: Returns from the online command mode to the
mode to the online data mode
online data mode. (can be omitted)
during communication.
Sets whether the result code is to n=0: Displays the result code. (default)
be displayed for the DTE.
n=1: Does not display the result code.
ATI0
NTT DoCoMo
OK
ATI1
FOMA P01B
OK
ATO
CONNECT
ATQ0
OK
ATQ1
(“OK” is not returned at this
time.)
Sets the number of rings
n=0: Does not automatically receive an incoming call. ATS0=0
OK
required until the FOMA terminal
(default)
automatically receives an
n=1 to 255: Automatically receives an incoming call with ATS0?
000
incoming call.
the specified number of rings.
(when n≧10, does not automatically receive a packet OK
(PPP) incoming call, then the line is disconnected after
about 30 seconds.)
ATS0?: Inquires the set value.
Sets the escape character.
n=43: Default
ATS2=43
n=127: Makes escape processing invalid.
OK
ATS2?
ATS2?: Inquires the set value.
043
OK
Sets the carriage return (CR)
n=13: Default (n=13 only specifiable)
ATS3=13
character.
OK
ATS3?
ATS3?: Inquires the set value.
013
OK
Sets the line feed (LF) character. n=10: Default (n=10 only specifiable)
ATS4=10
OK
ATS4?: Inquires the set value.
ATS4?
010
OK
Sets the back space (BS)
n=8: Default (n=8 only specifiable)
ATS5=8
character.
OK
ATS5?: Inquires the set value.
ATS5?
008
OK
Sets the inactive timer (minute). n=0 to 255 (default=0) (unit: minute)
ATS30=0
When no user data is sent or
OK
received, the connection is cut
after the set time has elapsed.
This command is for only 64K data
communication. When 0 is set, the
inactive timer turns to OFF.
ATS103=0
Selects characters to pause for n=0: ¢(asterisk)
n=1: / (slash) (default)
OK
incoming sub-address.
n=2: ¥ or back slash
Selects characters to pause for n=0: # (sharp)
ATS104=0
outgoing sub-address.
n=1: % (percentage) (default)
OK
n=2: & (and)
Sets all the result codes in the
n=0: Returns the result code in a numeric value.
ATV1
numeric or alphabetical notation. n=1: Returns the result code in alphabetical characters. OK
(default)
ATX1
Sets whether to display the
n=0: Dial tone not detected; busy tone not detected;
OK
speed in the CONNECT display
speed not displayed.
at connection.
n=1: Dial tone not detected; busy tone not detected;
Detects busy tone and dial tone.
speed displayed.
n=2: Dial tone detected; busy tone not detected; speed
displayed.
n=3: Dial tone not detected; busy tone detected; speed
displayed.
n=4: Dial tone detected; busy tone detected; speed
displayed. (default)
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AT command
ATZn
[M]
AT¥Sn
Outline
Resets the setting to the
contents of the nonvolatile
memory. If this command is
entered during communication,
the line is disconnected.
Command execution
example
Parameter/Explanation
Only n=0 is specifiable. (Can be omitted)
Displays the contents of the each Only n=0 is specifiable. (Can be omitted)
command and S register
currently set.
[M]
AT¥Vn
Selects the response code
n=0: Does not use the extended result code. (default)
[M]
specifications at connection.
n=1: Uses the extended result code.
[&F][&W]
※The following commands do not result in an error even if specified; however, they do not function as commands.
・ AT (AT only entered.)
・ ATP (Pulse setting)
・ ATS8 (Setting the pause time by comma dialing)
(In online)
ATZ
NO CARRIER
(In offline)
ATZ
OK
AT¥S
E1 Q0 V1 X4 &C1
&D2 &S0 &E1 ¥V0
S000=000
S002=043
S003=013
S004=010
S005=008
S006=005
S007=060
S008=003
S010=001
S030=000
S103=000
S104=000
OK
AT¥V0
OK
・ ATT (Tone setting)
・ ATS6 (Setting the pause time taken for dialing)
・ ATS10 (Setting the automatic disconnection delay time)
Supplementary Explanation of AT Commands
≥Command name:
+CGDCONT=[parameter]
[M]
・ Outline
This command sets an access point name (APN) for when dialing for packet communication.
・ Format
+CGDCONT=[<cid>[,"<PDP_type>"[,"<APN>"]]]
・ Explanation of parameters
You set an access point name (APN) for when dialing for packet communication. See the example below for command instructions.
1 to 10
<cid>※:
<PDP_type>: PPP or IP
<APN>※: Arbitrary
※<cid> is a number used to manage an access point name (APN) for packet communication, which is registered in the FOMA terminal.
You can register 1 to 10 in the FOMA terminal. “mopera.ne.jp” is registered to <cid>=1 and “mopera.net” is registered to <cid>=3, each at purchase,
so register 2 or 4 through 10.
<APN> indicates any character string for each access point name.
・ Operation at omission of parameters
+CGDCONT=
: Sets all the <cid> contents to the default.
+CGDCONT=<cid>
: Sets the specified <cid> to the default.
+CGDCONT=?
: Lists the specifiable values.
+CGDCONT?
: Displays the current setting.
・ Command execution example
AT+CGDCONT=2,"PPP","abc"
OK
※The command used to register an APN name, abc (cid=2)
※This command, which is a setting command, is not stored in the nonvolatile memory written by [&W], and is not reset by [&F] and [Z], either.
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≥Command name:
+CGEQMIN=[parameter]
[M]
・ Outline
This command registers the reference value to judge whether the system permits QoS (Quality of service) reported from the network at establishment of
the packet communication.
You can specify four setting patterns described in the command execution example below.
・ Format
+CGEQMIN=[<cid>[,,<Maximum bitrateUL>[,<Maximum bitrate DL>]]]
・ Explanation of parameters
: 1 to 10
<cid>※
: None (default) to 2048
<Maximum bitrate UL>※
: None (default) to 7232
<Maximum bitrate DL>※
※<cid> is a number used to manage an access point name (APN) for packet communication, which is registered in the FOMA terminal.
<Maximum bitrate UL> and <Maximum bitrate DL> are used to specify the maximum baud rates (kbps) for upload and download between the FOMA
terminal and base station. “None” (default) accepts all baud rates, however, you may not be able to establish packet communication if you specify
2048 and 7232 because the baud rate less than these values are not accepted.
・ Operation at omission of parameters
+CGEQMIN=
: Sets all the <cid> contents to the default.
+CGEQMIN=<cid>
: Sets the specified <cid> to the default.
・ Command execution example
You can specify only the following four setting patterns:
(The setting in (1) is defined in each cid as the default.)
(1)Command that accepts all the baud rates for both upload and download (cid=2)
AT+CGEQMIN=2
OK
(2)Command that accepts 2048 kbps for upload and 7232 kbps for download (cid=3)
AT+CGEQMIN=3,,2048,7232
OK
(3)Command that accepts 2048 kbps for upload and all baud rates for download (cid=4)
AT+CGEQMIN=4,,2048
OK
(4)Command that accepts all baud rates for upload and 7232 kbps for download (cid=5)
AT+CGEQMIN=5,,,7232
OK
※This command, which is a setting command, is not stored in the nonvolatile memory written by [&W], and is not reset by [&F] and [Z], either.
≥Command name:
+CGEQREQ=[parameter]
[M]
・ Outline
This command sets QoS (Quality of service) to be requested to the network at dialing of the packet communication.
You can specify only one setting pattern described in the command execution example below, which is set as the default.
・ Format
+CGEQREQ=[<cid>]
・ Explanation of parameter
<cid>※: 1 to 10
※<cid> is a number used to manage an access point name (APN) for packet communication, which is registered in the FOMA terminal.
・ Operation at omission of parameter
+CGEQREQ=
: Sets all the <cid> contents to the default.
+CGEQREQ=<cid>
: Sets the specified <cid> to the default.
・ Command execution example
You can specify only the following one pattern:
(This setting is defined in each cid as the default.)
(1)Command that requests a connection at arbitrary speed NW sets (cid=3)
AT+CGEQREQ=3
OK
※This command, which is a setting command, is not stored in the nonvolatile memory written by [&W], and is not reset by [&F] and [Z], either.
≥Command name:
+CLIP
・ Outline
The result for “AT+CLIP=1” is displayed in the following format:
+CLIP: <number> <type>
・ Command execution example
AT+CLIP=1
OK
RING
+CLIP: "09012345678",49
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Disconnection Reason List
■64K Data Communication
Value
Reason
1
The specified number does not exist.
16
The line was normally disconnected.
17
Cannot communicate because the other party is communicating.
18
19
Dialed but no response has come in within the specified duration.
Cannot communicate because the other party is dialing.
21
The other party rejected to receive the call.
63
The network service and options are not valid.
65
88
The specified transmission performance is not provided.
Dialed to or received the call from the phone with different properties.
■Packet Communication
Value
Reason
27
No APN was found; or an invalid APN was specified.
30
33
The line was disconnected from the network.
You have not applied for the service option you requested.
36
The line was normally disconnected.
Result Codes
■Result Code List
Numeric
notation
0
1
Character notation
Meaning
OK
CONNECT
Processing has been executed normally.
The line has been connected to the other party.
2
RING
An incoming call has arrived.
3
NO CARRIER
The line has been disconnected.
4
ERROR
The system can receive no command.
6
NO DIALTONE
The system can detect no dial tone.
7
BUSY
The system is detecting the busy tone.
8
NO ANSWER
The connection completed; timeout
100
RESTRICTION
The network is restricted.
101
DELAYED
Within restricted redialing time
■Extended Result Code List
For &E0
Connection speed between the FOMA terminal and the base station is displayed.
Numeric
notation
Character notation
Connection speed
121
CONNECT 32000
32,000bps
122
CONNECT 64000
64,000bps
125
CONNECT 384000
384,000bps
133
CONNECT 3648000
3,648,000bps
135
CONNECT 7232000
7,232,000bps
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For &E1
Numeric
notation
Character notation
Connection speed
5
CONNECT 1200
1,200bps
10
CONNECT 2400
2,400bps
11
CONNECT 4800
4,800bps
13
CONNECT 7200
7,200bps
12
CONNECT 9600
9,600bps
15
CONNECT 14400
14,400bps
16
17
CONNECT 19200
CONNECT 38400
19,200bps
38,400bps
18
CONNECT 57600
57,600bps
19
CONNECT 115200
115,200bps
20
21
CONNECT 230400
CONNECT 460800
230,400bps
460,800bps
Information
≥Result codes are displayed in the character notation (default) when the ATVn command (see page 43) is set to n=1 and displayed in the numeric notation
when it is set to n=0.
≥The baud rate is displayed to keep the compatibility with a conventional modem connected via RS-232C. However, the FOMA terminal and personal
computer are connected via the FOMA USB Cable with Charge Function 01/02 (option) or Bluetooth communication; so, the baud rate is different from
the actual connection speed.
≥“RESTRICTION” (numeric notation: 100) means that the communication network is congested. If this result code appears, wait for a while, then connect
the line again.
■Communication Protocol Result Code List
Numeric
notation
Character notation
Meaning
1
3
PPPoverUD
AV64K
Connected by 64K data communication
Connected by 64K videophone
5
PACKET
Connected by packet communication
■Result Code Display Examples
≥When ATX0 is set:
CONNECT only appears at completion of the connection, regardless of the contents specified in the AT¥V command (see page 44).
Example in character notation: ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
CONNECT
Example in numeric notation: ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
1
≥When ATX1 is set※1:
・ If ATX1 and AT¥V0 are set (default):
A result code appears in the following format at completion of the connection: CONNECT<baud rate between the FOMA terminal and PC>
Example in character notation: ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
CONNECT 460800
Example in numeric notation: ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
1 21
・ If ATX1 and AT¥V1 are set※1:
A result code appears in the following format at completion of the connection:
CONNECT<baud rate between the FOMA terminal and PC>PACKET<access point name (APN)>/<maximum baud rate for upload (the FOMA terminal
→ wireless base station)>/<maximum baud rate for download (the FOMA terminal ← wireless base station)>※2
Example in character notation: ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
CONNECT 460800 PACKET
mopera.ne.jp /5440/7232
Example in numeric notation: ATD¢99¢¢¢1#
1215
※1 If you specify ATX1 and AT¥V1 at the same time, you may not be able to correctly carry out the dial-up connection.
You are advised to use only AT¥V0.
※2 The displayed maximum band rate is the one reported from the wireless base station and does not guarantee the actual communication speed.
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P-01B
Kuten Code List
<How to read Kuten Code List>
First enter the number for “Kuten digit 1 to 3”, and enter the number for “Kuten digit 4”.
≥Some characters in Kuten Code List may appear different on the display.
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
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012
013
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015
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017
018
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基 奇
2
②
⑫
Ⅱ
㍉
㌍
㎏
4
④
⑭
Ⅳ
㌢
㌣
㎡
〝
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Σ
】
阿
握
宛
安
】
位
慰
萎
郁
允
蔭
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】
5
⑤
⑮
Ⅴ
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㌫
6
⑥
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7
⑦
⑰
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8
⑧
⑱
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9
⑨
⑲
Ⅸ
㌶
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〟 № ㏍ ℡ ㊤
㈲ ㈹ ㍾ ㍽ ㍼
√ ⊥ ∠ ∟ ⊿
哀
渥
姐
庵
愛
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葦
飴
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】
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鋭 液 疫 益 駅 悦 謁 越
厭 円 園 堰 奄 宴 延 怨
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薗 遠 鉛 鴛 塩
お
】
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奥 往 応
旺 横 欧 殴 王 翁 襖 鴬
岡 沖 荻 億 屋 憶 臆 桶
俺 卸 恩 温 穏 音
か
】
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伽 価 佳 加 可 嘉 夏 嫁
科 暇 果 架 歌 河 火 珂
稼 箇 花 苛 茄 荷 華 菓
嘩 貨 迦 過 霞 蚊 俄 峨
画 臥 芽 蛾 賀 雅 餓 駕
解 回 塊 壊 廻 快 怪 悔
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晦 械 海 灰 界 皆 絵 芥
階 貝 凱 劾 外 咳 害 崖
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垣 柿 蛎 鈎 劃 嚇 各 廓
格 核 殻 獲 確 穫 覚 角
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笠 樫 橿 梶 鰍 潟 割 喝
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巻 喚 堪 姦 完 官 寛 干
感 慣 憾 換 敢 柑 桓 棺
汗 漢 澗 潅 環 甘 監 看
簡 緩 缶 翰 肝 艦 莞 観
還 鑑 間 閑 関 陥 韓 館
含 岸 巌 玩 癌 眼 岩 翫
頑 顔 願
き
】
企 伎 危 喜 器
嬉 寄 岐 希 幾 忌 揮 机
1
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
209
210
211
212
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Kuten digit 4
0 1 2
旗 既 期
機 帰
紀 徽 規
鬼 亀 偽
犠 疑 祇
吉 吃 喫
客 脚 虐
宮 弓 急
究 窮 笈
巨 拒 拠
禦 魚 亨
供 侠
卿 叫 喬
挟 教 橋
蕎 郷 鏡
業 局 曲
巾 錦 斤
芹 菌 衿
【
く
3
棋
毅
記
儀
義
桔
逆
救
級
挙
享
僑
境
況
響
極
欣
襟
4
棄
気
貴
妓
蟻
橘
丘
朽
糾
渠
京
兇
峡
狂
饗
玉
欽
謹
】
倶 句 区 狗
駒 具 愚 虞
串 櫛 釧 屑
掘 窟 沓
栗 繰 桑 鍬
郡
【
け
卦 袈 祁
珪 型 契 形
携 敬 景 桂
繋 罫 茎 荊
鶏 芸 迎 鯨
傑 欠 決 潔
倹 倦 健 兼
建 憲 懸 拳
検 権 牽
肩 見 謙 賢
鹸 元 原 厳
絃 舷 言 諺
【
こ
玖
喰
屈
靴
勲
姑
糊
顧
御
乞
効
】
係
径
渓
蛍
劇
穴
券
捲
犬
軒
幻
限
】
孤
袴
鼓
悟
鯉
勾
后
巷
控
洪
紘
荒
鋼
合
国
惚
此
昆
己
股
五
梧
交
厚
喉
幸
攻
浩
絞
行
閤
壕
穀
骨
頃
根
さ
庫
胡
互
檎
佼
口
坑
広
昂
港
綱
衡
降
拷
酷
狛
今
梱
弧
菰
伍
瑚
侯
向
垢
庚
晃
溝
耕
講
項
濠
鵠
込
困
混
】
叉
鎖
塞
采
際
榊
搾
笹
察
鯖 捌
惨 撒
唆
裟
妻
犀
剤
肴
昨
匙
拶
錆
散
嵯
坐
宰
砕
在
咲
朔
冊
撮
鮫
桟
左
座
彩
砦
材
崎
柵
刷
擦
皿
燦
巧
拘
江
紅
航
砿
号
告
忽
昏
【
佐
詐
哉
災
載
堺
咋
鮭
5
6
7
8
9
汽
起
宜
誼
詰
久
求
給
虚
畿
軌
戯
議
砧
仇
汲
旧
許
祈
輝
技
掬
杵
休
泣
牛
距
季
飢
擬
菊
黍
及
灸
去
鋸
稀
騎
欺
鞠
却
吸
球
居
漁
競
強
狭
驚
桐
琴
近
共
彊
矯
仰
粁
禁
金
凶
怯
胸
凝
僅
禽
吟
協
恐
脅
尭
勤
筋
銀
匡
恭
興
暁
均
緊
九
矩 苦 躯 駆 駈
空 偶 寓 遇 隅
轡 窪 熊 隈 粂
君 薫 訓 群 軍
傾
恵
畦
計
戟
結
剣
刑
慶
稽
詣
撃
血
喧
兄
慧
系
警
激
訣
圏
啓
憩
経
軽
隙
月
堅
圭
掲
継
頚
桁
件
嫌
献 研 硯 絹 県
遣 鍵 険 顕 験
弦 減 源 玄 現
乎
戸
虎
午
碁
候
個
故
誇
呉
語
倖
古
枯
跨
吾
誤
光
呼
湖
鈷
娯
護
公
固
狐
雇
後
醐
功
好
康
更
甲
考
貢
香
豪
黒
孔
弘
杭
皇
肯
購
高
轟
獄
孝
恒
校
硬
肱
郊
鴻
麹
漉
宏
慌
梗
稿
腔
酵
剛
克
腰
工
抗
構
糠
膏
鉱
劫
刻
甑
坤 墾 婚 恨 懇
痕 紺 艮 魂
差
挫
才
祭
罪
埼
窄
査
債
採
斎
財
碕
策
沙
催
栽
細
冴
鷺
索
瑳
再
歳
菜
坂
作
錯
些
砂
最
済
裁
阪
削
桜
札 殺 薩 雑 皐
晒 三 傘 参 山
珊 産 算 纂 蚕
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
273
273
274
275
276
277
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279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
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332
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335
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337
338
339
340
341
342
Kuten digit 4
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
讃 賛 酸 餐 斬 暫 残
【
し
】
仕
使 刺 司 史 嗣 四 士 始
子 屍 市 師 志 思 指 支
施 旨 枝 止 死 氏 獅 祉
紙 紫 肢 脂 至 視 詞 詩
諮 資 賜 雌 飼 歯 事 似
字 寺 慈 持 時
次 滋 治 爾 璽 痔 磁
耳 自 蒔 辞 汐 鹿 式 識
軸 宍 雫 七 叱 執 失 嫉
湿 漆 疾 質 実 蔀 篠 偲
屡 蕊 縞 舎 写 射 捨 赦
社 紗 者 謝 車 遮 蛇 邪
尺 杓 灼 爵 酌 釈 錫 若
惹 主 取 守 手 朱 殊 狩
腫 趣 酒 首 儒 受 呪 寿
綬 需 囚 収 周
宗 就 州 修 愁 拾 洲
終 繍 習 臭 舟 蒐 衆 襲
輯 週 酋 酬 集 醜 什 住
従 戎 柔 汁 渋 獣 縦 重
夙 宿 淑 祝 縮 粛 塾 熟
述 俊 峻 春 瞬 竣 舜 駿
旬 楯 殉 淳 準 潤 盾 純
醇 順 処 初 所 暑 曙 渚
署 書 薯 藷 諸 助 叙 女
恕 鋤 除 傷 償
勝 匠 升 召 哨 商 唱
妾 娼 宵 将 小 少 尚 庄
彰 承 抄 招 掌 捷 昇 昌
松 梢 樟 樵 沼 消 渉 湘
照 症 省 硝 礁 祥 称 章
紹 肖 菖 蒋 蕉 衝 裳 訟
詳 象 賞 醤 鉦 鍾 鐘 障
丈 丞 乗 冗 剰 城 場 壌
情 擾 条 杖 浄 状 畳 穣
醸 錠 嘱 埴 飾
拭 植 殖 燭 織 職 色
蝕 辱 尻 伸 信 侵 唇 娠
心 慎 振 新 晋 森 榛 浸
疹 真 神 秦 紳 臣 芯 薪
身 辛 進 針 震 人 仁 刃
尋 甚 尽 腎 訊 迅 陣 靭
【
す
】
須
炊
瑞
椙
酢
睡
髄
菅
澄
図
粋
崇
頗
摺
せ
厨
翠
嵩
雀
寸
姓
正
誠
隻
績
摂
仙
撰
旋
繊
選 遷
全 禅
【
征
清
誓
席
脊
折
先
栓
穿
羨
銭
繕
そ
性
牲
請
惜
責
設
千
栴
箭
腺
銑
膳
【
勢
栖
西
脆
籍
接
蝉
扇
煽
曽
組
倉
捜
漕
草
霜
楚
蘇
喪
掃
燥
荘
騒
臓
捉 束
卒 袖
狙
訴
壮
挿
争
葬
像
蔵
測
其
疏
阻
奏
掻
痩
蒼
増
贈
足
揃
8
仔
姉
孜
私
試
侍
9
伺
姿
斯
糸
誌
児
示
鴫
室
柴
斜
借
寂
珠
授
而
竺
悉
芝
煮
勺
弱
種
樹
秀
讐
充
銃
出
准
巡
庶
序
秋
蹴
十
叔
術
循
遵
緒
徐
嘗
床
昭
焼
笑
証
鞘
嬢
蒸
奨
廠
晶
焦
粧
詔
上
常
譲
触
寝
深
親
塵
食
審
申
診
壬
笥 諏
逗 吹 垂 帥 推 水
衰 遂 酔 錐 錘 随
数 枢 趨 雛 据 杉
裾
】
世
成
生
逝
戚
赤
窃
占
泉
線
舛
閃
糎
】
瀬
政
盛
醒
斥
跡
節
宣
浅
畝
整
精
青
昔
蹟
説
専
洗
是
星
聖
静
析
碩
雪
尖
染
凄
晴
声
斉
石
切
絶
川
潜
制
棲
製
税
積
拙
舌
戦
煎
船 薦 詮 賎 践
鮮 前 善 漸 然
噌
礎
鼠
宋
早
窓
装
塑
祖
僧
層
曹
糟
走
岨
租
創
匝
巣
総
送
措
粗
双
惣
槍
綜
遭
曾
素
叢
想
槽
聡
鎗
疎
遡
爽
操
相
藻
憎
造 促 側 則 即 息
速 俗 属 賊 族 続
存 孫 尊 損 村 遜
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
363
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366
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370
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372
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386
386
387
388
388
389
390
390
390
391
392
392
393
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
Kuten digit 4
0
【
他
柁
岱
腿
台
宅
諾
棚
担
綻
暖
【
1
多
舵
帯
苔
大
托
茸
叩
谷
探
耽
檀
智
畜
中
註
丁
池
竹
仲
酎
兆
帖
暢 朝
調 諜
直 朕
【
槌 追
漬 柘
嬬 紬
【
剃 貞
悌 抵
艇 訂
邸
的 笛
鉄 典
転 顛
【
堵
賭
怒
宕
盗
答
鐙
憧
鴇
独
寅
頓
【
塗
途
倒
島
淘
筒
董
陶
撞
匿
読
酉
呑
謎 灘
軟 難
【
虹 廿
如
【
【
2
た
太
楕
待
袋
第
択
凧
但
狸
旦
胆
段
ち
痴
筑
宙
鋳
凋
帳
潮
超
沈
つ
3
汰
陀
怠
貸
醍
拓
蛸
達
鱈
歎
蛋
男
稚
蓄
忠
駐
喋
庁
牒
跳
珍
4
】
詑
駄
態
退
題
沢
只
辰
樽
淡
誕
談
】
置
逐
抽
樗
寵
弔
町
銚
賃
】
5
6
7
8
9
唾
騨
戴
逮
鷹
濯
堕
体
替
隊
滝
琢
妥
堆
泰
黛
瀧
託
惰
対
滞
鯛
卓
鐸
打
耐
胎
代
啄
濁
奪
誰
湛
鍛
脱
丹
炭
団
巽
単
短
壇
竪
嘆
端
弾
辿
坦
箪
断
値
致
秩
昼
瀦
知
蜘
窒
柱
猪
地
遅
茶
注
苧
弛
馳
嫡
虫
著
恥
築
着
衷
貯
張
眺
長
鎮
彫 徴 懲 挑
聴 脹 腸 蝶
頂 鳥 勅 捗
陳
津 墜 椎
鎚 痛 通 塚 栂 掴 槻 佃
辻 蔦 綴 鍔 椿 潰 坪 壷
爪 吊 釣 鶴
て
】
亭 低 停 偵
呈 堤 定 帝 底 庭 廷 弟
挺 提 梯 汀 碇 禎 程 締
諦 蹄 逓
鄭 釘 鼎 泥 摘 擢 敵 滴
適 鏑 溺 哲 徹 撤 轍 迭
填 天 展 店 添 纏 甜 貼
点 伝 殿 澱 田 電
と
】
兎 吐
妬 屠 徒 斗 杜 渡 登 菟
都 鍍 砥 砺 努 度 土 奴
党 冬 凍 刀 唐 塔 塘 套
嶋 悼 投 搭 東 桃 梼 棟
湯 涛 灯 燈 当 痘 祷 等
糖 統 到
蕩 藤 討 謄 豆 踏 逃 透
頭 騰 闘 働 動 同 堂 導
洞 瞳 童 胴 萄 道 銅 峠
得 徳 涜 特 督 禿 篤 毒
栃 橡 凸 突 椴 届 鳶 苫
瀞 噸 屯 惇 敦 沌 豚 遁
曇 鈍
な
】
奈 那 内 乍 凪 薙
捺 鍋 楢 馴 縄 畷 南 楠
汝
に
】
二 尼 弐 迩 匂 賑 肉
日 乳 入
尿 韮 任 妊 忍 認
ぬ
】
濡
ね
】
禰
葱 猫 熱 年 念 捻 撚 燃
祢 寧
粘
【
の
】
乃 廼 之 埜 嚢
脳 膿 農 覗 蚤
【
は
】
巴
波 派 琶 破 婆 罵
拝 排 敗 杯 盃 牌
倍 培 媒 梅 楳 煤
陪 這 蝿 秤 矧 萩
柏 泊 白 箔 粕 舶
爆 縛 莫 駁 麦
2
悩 濃 納 能
把
芭
背
狽
伯
薄
播
馬
肺
買
剥
迫
覇
俳
輩
売
博
曝
杷
廃
配
賠
拍
漠
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
400
401
402
403
404
405
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
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439
440
440
441
441
442
442
443
444
444
445
446
447
447
448
449
449
450
451
452
452
453
Kuten digit 4
0
畑
抜
半
犯
頒
【
卑
比
誹
枇
肘
百
評
蛭
敏
【
府
膚
武
伏
1
函
畠
筏
反
班
飯
2
箱
八
閥
叛
畔
挽
ひ
3
硲
鉢
鳩
帆
繁
晩
4
箸
溌
噺
搬
般
番
】
否
泌
費
毘
鼻
弼
謬
豹
鰭
瓶
妃
疲
避
琵
柊
必
俵
廟
品
庇
皮
非
眉
稗
畢
彪
描
彬
彼
碑
飛
美
匹
筆
標
病
斌
ふ
不
扶
譜
葡
復
腹
分
紛
へ
付
敷
負
蕪
幅
複
吻
雰
】
埠
斧
賦
部
服
覆
噴
文
】
怖
芙
舞
副
福
物 鮒
粉 糞
【
幣 平 弊 柄 並
僻 壁 癖 碧 別
片 篇 編 辺 返
鞭
【
ほ
】
保 舗 鋪 圃
穂 募 墓 慕 戊
俸 包 呆 報 奉
抱 捧 放 方 朋
法 泡 烹 砲
蜂 褒 訪 豊 邦
亡 傍 剖 坊 妨
望 某 棒 冒 紡
鉾 防 吠 頬 北
牧 睦 穆 釦 勃
本 翻 凡 盆
【
ま
】
摩
昧 枚 毎 哩 槙
鱒 桝 亦 俣 又
繭 麿 万 慢 満
漫 蔓
【
み
】
味 未
蜜 湊 蓑 稔 脈
【
む
】
5
肇
発
塙
斑
藩
盤
6
筈
醗
蛤
板
販
磐
7
櫨
髪
隼
氾
範
蕃
8
幡
伐
伴
汎
釆
蛮
9
肌
罰
判
版
煩
匪
悲 扉 批 披 斐
秘 緋 罷 肥 被
樋 簸 備 尾 微
疋
逼
氷
秒
浜
髭
桧
漂
苗
瀕
彦
姫
瓢
錨
貧
膝
媛
票
鋲
賓
菱
紐
表
蒜
頻
夫
普
赴
封
婦
浮
阜
楓
富
父
附
風
冨
符
侮
葺
布
腐
撫
蕗
淵 弗 払 沸 仏
墳 憤 扮 焚 奮
聞
丙 併 兵
蔽 閉 陛 米
瞥 蔑 箆 偏
遍 便 勉 娩
塀
頁
変
弁
捕 歩 甫 補 輔
暮 母 簿 菩 倣
宝 峰 峯 崩 庖
縫
鋒
帽
肪
僕
没
胞
飽
忘
膨
卜
殆
芳
鳳
忙
謀
墨
堀
萌
鵬
房
貌
撲
幌
蓬
乏
暴
貿
朴
奔
磨 魔 麻 埋 妹
幕 膜 枕 鮪 柾
抹 末 沫 迄 侭
魅 巳 箕 岬 密
妙 粍 民 眠
務
夢 無 牟 矛 霧 鵡 椋 婿 娘
【
め
】
名 命 明 盟 迷 銘 鳴
免 棉 綿 緬 面 麺
【
も
】
摸
孟 毛 猛 盲 網 耗 蒙
目 杢 勿 餅 尤 戻 籾
紋 門 匁
【
や
】
也 冶 夜 爺
矢 厄 役 約 薬 訳 躍
鑓
【
ゆ
】
愉 愈 油 癒
諭 輸 唯 佑 優 勇
悠 憂 揖 有 柚 湧 涌
祐 裕 誘 遊 邑 郵 雄
【
よ
】
冥
姪 牝 滅
模 茂 妄
儲 木 黙
貰 問 悶
耶 野 弥
靖 柳 薮
友 宥 幽
猶 猷 由
融 夕
予
余 与 誉 輿 預 傭 幼 妖 容 庸
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
454
455
456
456
457
458
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
466
467
468
469
470
470
471
472
473
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
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495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
Kuten digit 4
0
揚
窯
養
【
1
揺
羊
慾
2
擁
耀
抑
ら
3
曜
葉
欲
4
楊
蓉
沃
】
5
様
要
浴
6
洋
謡
翌
7
溶
踊
翼
8 9
熔 用
遥 陽
淀
螺 裸 来 莱 頼 雷 洛 絡 落
乱 卵 嵐 欄 濫 藍 蘭 覧
【
り
】
利
履 李 梨 理 璃
痢 裏 裡 里 離 陸 律 率
葎 掠 略 劉 流 溜 琉 留 硫
隆 竜 龍 侶 慮 旅 虜 了 亮
両 凌 寮 料 梁 涼 猟 療 瞭
糧 良 諒 遼 量 陵 領 力 緑
厘 林 淋 燐 琳 臨 輪 隣 鱗
【
る
】
瑠 塁 涙 累 類
【
れ
】
令 伶 例 冷
嶺 怜 玲 礼 苓 鈴 隷 零 霊
齢 暦 歴 列 劣 烈 裂 廉 恋
漣 煉 簾 練 聯
蓮 連 錬
【
ろ
】
呂 魯 櫓 炉 賂
露 労 婁 廊 弄 朗 楼 榔 浪
牢 狼 篭 老 聾 蝋 郎 六 麓
肋 録 論
【
わ
】
倭 和 話 歪 賄 脇
枠 鷲 亙 亘 鰐 詫 藁 蕨 椀
碗 腕
乖
亟
仂
佝
侑
俑
倅
偃
傀
僮
儡
兢
冏
冫
几
刎
剞
劒
勣
甸
匸
卮
厰
叭
吩
咒
咥
唔
售
咯
喩
嘔
嘴
嚀
嚼
囹
弌
乘
亠
仗
佗
佯
俚
伜
假
傚
僉
價
儺
竸
冑
决
處
刧
剔
剱
辧
勦
匍
區
夘
厶
叺
吝
呻
咬
咫
哽
啜
喊
喇
嗷
嘶
嚊
囁
圀
圈
丐
亂
亢
仞
佇
來
俐
俶
會
傅
僊
僵
儷
兩
冓
冱
凩
刪
剪
劈
劬
飭
匐
卆
卻
參
吁
呎
咀
哄
哂
哮
啅
喟
喨
嘖
嘲
嚠
囃
囿
國
丕
亅
亰
仭
佶
侖
俤
倡
偕
傴
傳
儉
儼
兪
冕
冲
凭
刮
剴
劑
劭
勠
匏
卅
卷
簒
吽
咏
呶
哈
咤
哭
啖
啻
嗚
嗾
嘸
嚔
囀
圄
圍
个
豫
亳
仟
侈
儘
俥
倩
偐
傲
僂
儁
儻
兮
冖
冰
凰
刳
剩
辨
劼
勳
匕
丗
厂
雙
呀
呵
咄
咨
咾
哺
啗
啾
嗅
嗽
噫
嚏
囈
圉
圓
羅
酪
吏
立
粒
僚
稜
倫
麟
励
麗
憐
路
漏
禄
惑
湾
丱
亊
亶
价
侏
俔
倚
倬
偈
丶
舒
从
伉
侘
俟
倨
俾
做
丼
弍
仍
佚
佻
俎
倔
俯
偖
丿
于
仄
估
佩
俘
倪
們
偬
乂
亞
仆
佛
佰
俛
倥
倆
偸
僖
儂
儿
冀
冤
况
凵
刹
剳
僞
儖
兀
冂
冦
冽
凾
剏
剿
僥
儕
兒
囘
冢
凅
刄
剄
剽
僭
儔
兌
册
冩
凉
刋
剋
劍
僣
儚
兔
冉
冪
凛
刔
剌
劔
劵
勵
匚
卉
厖
叟
听
咎
咐
勁
勸
匣
卍
厠
曼
吭
呟
咆
勍
勹
匯
凖
厦
燮
吼
呱
哇
勗
匆
匱
卞
厥
叮
吮
呷
咢
勞
匈
匳
卩
厮
叨
吶
呰
咸
咼
哢
唸
喘
嗟
嘛
噤
嚥
囎
哘
唹
唳
喞
嗄
嗹
嘯
嚮
囑
哥
啀
啝
單
嗜
噎
噬
嚶
囓
哦
啣
喙
啼
嗤
噐
噪
嚴
囗
唏
啌
喀
喃
嗔
營
嚆
囂
囮
團 圖 嗇 圜 圦
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
Kuten digit 4
0
圷
坿
埔
堡
墟
壗
壻
夭
奢
姜
婀
嫋
嬌
孀
學
寔
寳
尹
岑
峇
崗
嵌
嶢
巓
帑
幟
廁
廬
彜
彎
徃
徠
悳
怕
恊
悁
惠
愆
愍
愴
慴
憇
應
懣
戉
扞
抓
拆
挌
捍
掉
揉
攝
撓
舉
擺
攵
敞
斷
旡
昜
晟
曁
曵
朶
枉
枷
柢
桀
梟
梵
1
圸
垉
埒
塢
墫
壙
壼
夲
奠
奸
妍
婬
嫂
嬋
孑
斈
寐
尅
屁
屐
岔
峙
嵜
嵒
嶝
巒
帛
幢
廂
廖
廱
弋
弯
徂
徨
忿
怫
恆
悍
悄
惓
惶
愎
愽
慯
憬
懷
懶
戍
戞
扣
抖
擔
拮
搜
掟
插
搗
撥
據
擠
攀
攷
敝
旃
旱
晏
晢
暹
曄
曷
杁
杰
柯
柮
桍
梏
梠
2
坎
垓
埓
塋
墺
壘
壽
夸
奧
妁
姙
婉
媽
嬖
孕
孺
寤
將
屆
屏
妛
峩
崟
嵎
嶬
巖
帶
幤
廈
廣
廳
弑
彑
彿
徭
怡
怦
恍
惧
悛
悴
惷
慇
慂
慥
憔
懈
懺
戌
戡
扛
拔
拈
拱
捏
掵
揶
搨
撩
擒
擡
擽
收
敲
旆
杲
晄
晰
曉
暸
朏
朸
枩
枴
枹
栲
梭
梺
3
圻
垠
堊
塰
壞
壥
夂
夾
奬
妝
姚
娵
嫣
嬲
孚
宀
實
專
屎
孱
岫
峽
崛
嵋
嶮
巛
帷
幇
廐
廝
廰
弖
彖
徊
徼
恠
怏
恣
悃
悖
忰
愀
愾
慄
慱
憚
懃
懴
戔
截
扠
抃
拜
挧
掖
捫
揄
搏
撈
擅
抬
攘
攸
數
旁
昊
晉
暃
暾
曖
朖
朷
杼
柬
柎
桎
梔
椏
3
4
址
垳
埖
毀
墻
壜
夊
竒
奩
佞
娥
娶
嫗
嫐
孛
它
寢
對
屓
屬
岻
峺
崑
嵬
嶽
巫
幄
幵
廏
廚
廴
弩
彗
很
忖
怙
怺
恃
悚
悗
悽
惴
愨
慳
慟
憊
懆
懿
戛
戮
扨
抔
拌
挂
掎
捩
搖
摧
撼
擇
擣
攜
畋
斂
旄
昃
晁
暈
暼
曚
朞
杆
杪
枳
柆
梳
條
梍
5
坏
垤
埣
塒
墸
壤
夐
奕
6
坩
垪
堋
堽
墮
壟
夛
奐
7
埀
垰
堙
塹
壅
壯
梦
奎
8
垈
埃
堝
墅
壓
壺
夥
奚
9
坡
埆
塲
墹
壑
壹
夬
奘
侫
娟
婢
嫦
嬪
孥
宦
寞
尓
妣
娑
婪
嫩
嬶
孩
宸
寥
尠
妲
娜
媚
嫖
嬾
孰
寃
寫
尢
姆
娉
媼
嫺
孃
孳
寇
寰
尨
姨
娚
媾
嫻
孅
孵
寉
寶
尸
屮
岶
峭
崔
嵳
嶐
已
幃
并
乢
岼
嶌
崢
嵶
嶷
巵
幀
幺
屶
岷
峪
崚
嶇
嶼
帋
幎
麼
屹
峅
崋
崙
嶄
巉
帚
幗
广
岌
岾
崕
崘
嶂
巍
帙
幔
庠
廛
廸
弭
彙
徑
忻
怐
恚
恤
廢
廾
弸
彡
徇
忤
怩
恁
恂
廡
弃
彁
彭
從
忸
怎
恪
恬
廨
弉
彈
彳
徙
忱
怱
恷
恫
廩
彝
彌
彷
徘
忝
怛
恟
恙
悒
惆
惺
愧
慷
慝
憑
憺
懽
悧
悵
愃
慊
慘
慓
憫
懋
懼
悋
惘
愡
愿
慙
慵
憮
罹
懾
惡
慍
惻
愼
慚
憙
懌
懍
戀
悸
愕
惱
愬
慫
憖
懊
懦
戈
戰
扼
拗
拊
挈
掀
掾
搴
摯
戲
抂
拑
拂
拯
掫
揩
搆
摶
戳
抉
抻
拇
拵
捶
揀
搓
摎
扁
找
拏
抛
捐
掣
揆
搦
攪
扎
抒
拿
拉
挾
掏
揣
搶
撕
撻
擯
攅
效
斃
旌
旻
晞
暎
擘
攬
攤
敖
變
旒
杳
晝
暉
擂
擶
攣
敕
斛
旛
昵
晤
暄
擱
擴
攫
敍
斟
旙
昶
晧
暘
擧
擲
攴
敘
斫
无
昴
晨
暝
曠
朦
杞
枌
柩
柧
栫
梛
桾
昿
朧
杠
枋
枸
檜
桙
梃
椁
曦
霸
杙
枦
柤
栞
档
檮
棊
曩
朮
杣
枡
柞
框
桷
梹
椈
曰
朿
杤
枅
柝
栩
桿
桴
棘
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
Kuten digit 4
0 1 2
椢 椦 棡
棔 棧
棹 棠 棯
楷 楜 楸
楙 椰 楡
榿 槁 槓
榧 樮 榑
樛 槿 權
樔 槫 樊
樶 橸 橇
檍 檠 檄
檗 蘗
櫑 櫟 檪
欖 鬱 欟
歉 歐 歙
殀 殄 殃
殯 殲 殱
毬 毫 毳
氣 汞 汕
汾 汨 汳
泅 泝 沮
沺 泛
洽 洸 洙
浚 浹 浙
涵 淇 淦
淅 淺 淙
渙 湲 湟
湃 渺 湎
滉 溷 滓
溥 滂 溟
滲 漱 滯
漾 漓
潛 濳 潭
澳 澣 澡
濔 濘 濱
瀏 濾 瀛
瀲 灑 灣
炮 烟 烋
煕 熈 煦
熕 熨 熬
燠 燬 燧
燹 燿
爲 爻 爼
犂 犁 犇
狆 狄 狎
猗 猊 猜
獎 獏 默
獺 珈 玳
琅 瑯 琥
瑁 瑜 瑩
璧 瓊 瓏
瓠 瓣
瓷 甄 甃
甦 甬 甼
畩 畤 畧
疊 疉 疂
痃 疵 疽
痣 痞 痾
瘋 瘍 瘉
瘰 瘻 癇
癩 癪 癧
癲 癶
皖 皓 皙
盍 盖 盒
眈 眇 眄
眸 睇 睚
瞎 瞋 瞑
瞽 瞻 矇
砌 砒 礦
碚 碌 碣
碾 碼 磅
磧 磚
礫 祀 祠
禊 禝 禧
秕 秧 秬
稟 禀 稱
穢 穩 龝
窖 窩 竈
3
椌
棕
椨
楫
楞
榾
榠
槹
樒
橢
檢
檻
櫚
欸
歔
殍
殳
毯
汢
沒
沱
泯
洵
涎
涸
淤
渾
渤
溽
潁
漲
滷
澂
澤
濮
瀚
炙
烝
煢
燗
燵
爍
爿
犒
狒
猖
獗
珎
珸
瑰
瓔
瓧
甅
畄
畫
疔
疸
痿
瘟
癈
癬
癸
皚
盞
眩
睨
瞠
矍
砠
碵
磊
磽
祗
齋
秡
稻
穰
窰
4
棍
椶
椪
楔
楝
槎
榜
槲
櫁
橙
檣
櫃
櫪
欷
歛
殘
殷
麾
汪
沐
沾
泙
洳
涕
淆
淕
渣
滿
溯
漑
滌
澆
潼
澹
濛
潴
炒
烙
煌
熹
燼
爐
牀
犖
狢
猝
獪
玻
琲
瑣
珱
瓩
甌
畍
畭
疚
疼
痼
瘧
癆
癰
發
皰
盡
眤
睫
瞞
矗
礪
碪
磬
磴
祟
禪
秣
稾
穹
窶
5
6
7
8
9
椒
椚
楾
榁
寨
榕
槧
樣
橦
椄
椣
楮
楪
槊
榴
樅
樓
橈
棗
椡
椹
榲
槝
槞
榱
橄
樸
棣
棆
楴
榮
榻
槨
樞
樌
樢
椥
楹
椽
槐
槃
樂
槭
橲
檐
櫂
櫻
盜
歟
殕
殼
氈
沂
泄
檸
欅
欹
歡
殞
毆
氓
沍
泱
檳
蘖
飮
歸
殤
毋
气
沚
泓
檬
櫺
歇
歹
殪
毓
氛
沁
沽
櫞
欒
歃
歿
殫
毟
氤
沛
泗
泪
洒
濤
淬
淪
湫
渝
滄
灌
洟
洌
涅
淞
淮
渫
游
溲
滬
衍
浣
淹
淌
渭
湶
溂
滔
滸
洶
涓
渕
淨
湮
湍
溪
滕
滾
洫
浤
渊
淒
渮
渟
溘
溏
漿
潺
潘
濆
瀉
瀝
炯
焉
煖
熾
潸
澎
澪
瀋
瀘
烱
烽
煬
燒
澁
澑
濟
濺
瀟
炬
焜
熏
燉
澀
濂
濕
瀑
瀰
炸
焙
燻
燔
潯
潦
濬
瀁
瀾
炳
煥
熄
燎
爛
牆
犢
狠
猴
獨
珀
琺
瑪
爨
牋
犧
狡
猯
獰
珥
瑕
瑶
爭
牘
犹
狹
猩
獸
珮
琿
瑾
爬
牴
犲
狷
猥
獵
珞
瑟
璋
爰
牾
狃
倏
猾
獻
璢
瑙
璞
瓮
甎
畊
畸
疝
疱
瘁
瘠
癜
瓲
甍
畉
當
疥
痍
痰
瘡
癘
瓰
甕
畛
疆
疣
痊
痺
瘢
癡
瓱
甓
畆
疇
痂
痒
痲
瘤
癢
瓸
甞
畚
畴
疳
痙
痳
瘴
癨
皀
皴
盥
眞
睛
瞰
矚
硅
碯
皃
皸
盧
眥
睥
瞶
矜
碎
磑
皈
皹
盪
眦
睿
瞹
矣
硴
磆
皋
皺
蘯
眛
睾
瞿
矮
碆
磋
皎
盂
盻
眷
睹
瞼
矼
硼
磔
礇
祚
禮
稈
稷
穽
竅
礒
祕
禳
稍
穃
窈
竄
礑
祓
禹
稘
穗
窗
窿
礙
祺
禺
稙
穉
窕
邃
礬
祿
秉
稠
穡
窘
竇
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
750
751
752
753
754
Kuten digit 4
0
竊
竦
笞
筧
箚
箴
簇
簟
籘
粭
粽
糲
紵
經
緇
緘
縡
縵
繙
辮
纎
罟
羇
羮
翦
耙
聚
聿
胛
脛
腦
膣
臂
臠
舍
艝
艷
苣
苞
茯
茣
莨
菷
菻
蒂
蒿
蒡
蓼
薨
藉
蘊
虍
蚋
蛔
蜀
蜷
蝴
螽
蟯
蠑
衄
衵
袍
裝
褓
褸
覈
覺
訃
詒
1
竍
竭
笵
筺
筰
箋
篆
簓
簷
籟
粢
糀
糴
紂
絆
綉
綽
緝
縒
縹
繚
繿
纛
罅
罠
羌
羶
翩
耜
聟
肄
胥
脩
隋
腴
腟
膺
臧
舐
艚
艸
苟
茆
茵
茫
莎
菴
萇
葭
葩
蒟
蔡
蕀
蕁
蕭
薺
蘓
乕
蚌
蛞
蜃
蜻
蝗
蝓
蟀
蟲
蠖
衂
衽
袤
裹
襃
襌
襦
覊
覽
訖
詆
2
竏
竰
笨
笄
筱
箒
篝
篳
簫
籤
粫
糅
糶
紜
絳
絛
綫
緤
縱
繃
繹
纈
纜
罌
罨
羔
羸
翳
耡
聢
肆
胙
脣
腆
膃
膓
臉
臺
舖
艟
艾
苒
苜
茴
茗
莇
萓
菠
萪
葆
蓙
蓿
蕣
蘂
薔
藏
蘋
虔
蚶
蛩
蛻
蜥
蝨
蝣
蟐
蟠
蠕
衒
袵
袰
褂
褞
褝
襤
覓
覿
訐
詈
3
竕
笂
笶
筍
筬
箏
篩
篷
簽
籖
粡
糂
糺
紕
絖
綏
總
緞
縟
縷
繪
纉
缸
罍
罩
羞
譱
翹
耨
聨
肅
胝
脯
脾
膈
膩
臍
臻
舩
艤
芍
苴
茉
茖
茘
莊
菫
菲
萼
萬
蓍
蓴
蕘
蕋
薛
薹
藾
號
蚯
蛬
蜑
蜩
蝮
蝪
雖
蠏
蠢
衙
衲
袿
裼
褥
襠
襭
覘
觀
訌
詼
4
竓
笏
筐
笋
筮
筝
簑
簗
籌
籥
粨
糘
紆
紊
絎
絽
綢
緻
縉
縲
繩
續
缺
罎
罧
羝
翅
飜
耿
聳
肛
胄
腋
腓
膊
膰
臑
臾
舫
艢
芒
苳
苙
茲
莅
荼
菎
萍
蕚
葯
蒻
蔗
蕈
蕕
藪
藐
藺
虧
蛄
蛟
蜉
蜚
蝙
蠅
螫
蠍
蠡
衞
袂
袱
裴
褪
襞
襪
覡
觚
訛
詭
5 6 7 8 9
站 竚 竝 竡 竢
笊 笆 笳 笘 笙
筌
箝
箙
簔
簍
籃
籬
粳
糒
筅
箘
篋
篦
篶
籔
籵
粲
糜
筵
箟
篁
篥
簣
籏
粃
粱
糢
筥
箍
篌
籠
簧
籀
粐
粮
鬻
筴
箜
篏
簀
簪
籐
粤
粹
糯
絅
絲
綛
綯
緲
縋
縺
繼
纒
絋
絨
綺
緜
緡
縢
繧
繻
纐
紮
絮
綮
綸
縅
繆
繝
纃
纓
紲
絏
綣
綟
縊
繦
繖
緕
纔
紿
絣
綵
綰
縣
縻
繞
繽
纖
罐
罸
羚
翆
耆
耻
聲
肓
胚
网
羂
羣
翊
耄
聊
聰
肚
胖
罕
羆
羯
翕
耋
聆
聶
肭
脉
罔
羃
羲
翔
耒
聒
聹
冐
胯
罘
羈
羹
翡
耘
聘
聽
肬
胱
腑
膀
膵
臙
舁
舸
艨
芫
苺
胼
膂
膾
臘
舂
舳
艪
芟
莓
腱
膠
膸
臈
舅
艀
艫
芻
范
腮
膕
膽
臚
與
艙
舮
芬
苻
腥
膤
臀
臟
舊
艘
艱
苡
苹
茱
莚
莵
菽
萢
蒄
葹
蓚
蔘
荀
莪
荳
萃
萠
葷
萵
蓐
蔬
茹
莟
荵
菘
莽
葫
蓊
蓁
蔟
荐
莢
莠
萋
萸
蒭
葢
蓆
蔕
荅
莖
莉
菁
蔆
葮
蒹
蓖
蔔
薀
薇
藕
蘆
虱
蛆
蛛
蜍
蝠
薤
薜
藝
蘢
蚓
蚰
蛯
蛹
蝟
薈
蕷
藥
蘚
蚣
蛉
蜒
蜊
蝸
薑
蕾
藜
蘰
蚩
蠣
蜆
蜴
蝌
薊
薐
藹
蘿
蚪
蚫
蜈
蜿
蝎
螢
蟄
蟾
蠱
衢
袗
裃
裨
褫
螟
螳
蟶
蠶
衫
袒
裄
裲
襁
螂
蟇
蟷
蠹
袁
袮
裔
褄
襄
螯
蟆
蠎
蠧
衾
袙
裘
褌
褻
蟋
螻
蟒
蠻
袞
袢
裙
褊
褶
襯
覩
觜
訝
詬
襴
覦
觝
訥
詢
襷
覬
觧
訶
誅
襾
覯
觴
詁
誂
覃
覲
觸
詛
誄
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
Kuten digit 4
0
誨
諚
諞
謳
證
讓
豐
貍
貳
賻
賍
趾
跟
蹂
蹣
躊
躱
軾
輌
轆
辭
逅
逧
遞
邊
郛
酥
醪
釟
鈕
鉋
鋩
鍼
鏨
鐓
鑒
鑷
閔
閹
關
陏
險
雋
霈
霹
靤
靺
鞴
韶
顏
飆
餞
饐
馮
駲
驅
驢
髏
髫
鬨
魎
鮠
鯣
鰔
鰛
鱠
鴃
鵁
鶫
鶸
1
誡
諫
諛
鞫
譖
譟
讖
豕
貎
貮
贄
贔
趺
跣
踵
蹇
蹕
躓
躾
輊
輦
轎
辯
迹
逶
遏
遨
邉
鄂
酩
醵
釡
鈑
鉐
錏
錙
鍮
鏥
鐃
鑄
鑽
閖
閾
闡
陋
陝
隧
雉
霓
霽
靦
鞆
韃
韵
顋
顱
飩
餤
饋
馼
駻
驂
驥
髑
髮
髻
鬩
魑
鮨
鯢
鰉
鰥
鱧
鴆
鴿
鵝
鵯
鶺
2
誑
諳
謌
謦
譛
譬
讙
豢
貔
貶
贅
贖
跏
跼
踰
蹉
蹶
躑
軅
輅
輳
轗
辷
迺
逵
遐
遯
邏
鄒
酳
醴
釛
鉞
銜
鋺
錢
鍖
鏘
鐇
鑛
鑚
閘
闊
闥
陷
陟
隱
雍
霎
霾
靨
鞋
韆
頏
顫
顴
飫
餠
饑
駟
駸
驀
驤
髓
髴
鬆
鬪
魘
鮴
鯤
鰓
鰤
鱶
鴪
鴾
鵞
鵺
鷆
3
誥
諧
謇
謫
譚
譯
讚
豬
豼
賈
贊
赧
跚
踈
踴
蹌
蹲
躔
軈
輕
輻
轜
迚
逑
逹
遑
遶
邨
鄙
酲
醺
釼
鉗
銖
鍄
錚
鎰
鏃
鐐
鑠
鑼
閙
濶
闢
陜
陦
隲
襍
霑
靄
勒
鞏
韈
頌
顯
顳
餃
餬
饒
駛
騁
驃
驩
體
髱
鬘
鬮
魴
鯀
鯔
鰌
鰡
鱸
鴦
鵆
鵤
鶚
鷏
4
4
誦
諤
謚
謾
譫
譴
谺
豸
貘
賁
贇
赭
跖
踉
蹊
蹐
蹼
躙
軋
輒
輹
轢
迥
逕
迸
遒
隨
邯
鄲
醋
釀
釵
鉅
銓
錮
錣
鎬
鏝
鐶
鑢
鑾
閠
闃
阡
陞
陲
隰
雜
霏
靆
靫
鞐
韋
頸
顰
颪
餉
餮
饌
駝
騏
騾
驫
髞
髷
鬚
鬯
鮓
鯊
鯡
鰆
鰰
鳧
鶯
鵈
鵑
鶤
鷂
5
誚
諱
諡
謨
6
誣
謔
謖
譁
7
諄
諠
謐
譌
8
諍
諢
謗
譏
9
諂
諷
謠
譎
譽
豁
豺
戝
賤
贏
赱
跌
跿
讀
谿
貂
貭
賣
贍
赳
跛
踝
讌
豈
貉
貪
賚
贐
趁
跋
踞
讎
豌
貅
貽
賽
齎
趙
跪
踐
讒
豎
貊
貲
賺
贓
跂
跫
踟
蹈
躁
躪
軛
輙
轅
轣
迢
逡
蹙
躇
躡
軣
輓
轂
轤
迪
逍
蹤
躅
躬
軼
輜
輾
辜
迯
逞
蹠
躄
躰
軻
輟
轌
辟
邇
逖
踪
躋
軆
軫
輛
轉
辣
迴
逋
逎
遲
邱
鄰
醉
釁
釶
鉉
銛
遉
邂
邵
酊
醂
釉
鈞
鉤
鉚
逾
遽
郢
酖
醢
釋
釿
鉈
鋏
遖
邁
郤
酘
醫
釐
鈔
銕
銹
遘
邀
扈
酣
醯
釖
鈬
鈿
銷
錺
鎭
鏐
鐫
鑞
钁
閨
闍
阨
錵
鎔
鏈
鐵
鑪
鑿
閧
闌
阮
錻
鎹
鏤
鐡
鈩
閂
閭
闕
阯
鍜
鏖
鐚
鐺
鑰
閇
閼
闔
陂
鍠
鏗
鐔
鑁
鑵
閊
閻
闖
陌
陬
隴
霍
霖
靈
靱
鞜
韜
頤
隍
隶
雕
霙
靂
靹
鞨
韭
頡
隘
隸
雹
霤
靉
鞅
鞦
齏
頷
隕
隹
霄
霪
靜
靼
鞣
韲
頽
隗
雎
霆
霰
靠
鞁
鞳
竟
顆
颯
餒
餽
饕
駘
騅
驕
驪
髟
颱
餔
餾
馗
駑
駢
驍
骭
髢
颶
餘
饂
馘
駭
騙
驛
骰
髣
飄
餡
饉
馥
駮
騫
驗
骼
髦
飃
餝
饅
馭
駱
騷
驟
髀
髯
鬟
鬲
鮃
鮹
鰺
鰈
鱇
鳬
鴣
鬢
魄
鮑
鯆
鯲
鰒
鰲
鳰
鴟
鬣
魃
鮖
鯏
鯱
鰊
鱆
鴉
鵄
鬥
魏
鮗
鯑
鯰
鰄
鰾
鴈
鴕
鬧
魍
鮟
鯒
鰕
鰮
鱚
鳫
鴒
Kuten
digit
1 to 3
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
Kuten digit 4
0
鷯
麋
麭
黠
黽
齔
齲
1
鷽
麌
靡
黥
鼇
齣
齶
堯
2
鸚
麒
黌
黨
鼈
齟
龕
槇
3
鸛
麕
黎
黯
皷
齠
龜
遙
4
鸞
麑
黏
黴
鼕
齡
龠
瑤
5
鹵
麝
黐
黶
鼡
齦
6
鹹
麥
黔
黷
鼬
齧
7
鹽
麩
黜
黹
鼾
齬
8
麁
麸
點
黻
齊
齪
9
麈
麪
黝
黼
齒
齷
凜 熙
鵐 鵙 鵲 鶉 鶇
鶩 鶲 鷄 鷁 鶻
鷙 鷓 鷸 鷦 鷭
November ’09 (1st Edition)
F1009-1