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Contents/
Before Use
Phone Call
Global
Functions
Inputting
Characters
Address Book/
Pair Function
Mail
Camera
EZweb
EZ Navi
SimpleMode
Troubleshooting/
Remote Auto Lock
Other Features/
Index

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  • Page 1

    Contents/ Before Use Phone Call Global Functions Inputting Characters Address Book/ Pair Function Mail Camera EZweb EZ Navi SimpleMode Troubleshooting/ Remote Auto Lock Other Features/ Index...

  • Page 2

    Before using, read the A5527SA “Basic Manual (this PDF manual)” to ensure correct use of your A5527SA. After you have fi nished reading, store this PDF manual and the printed manuals in a safe place so that you can retrieve them whenever you need.

  • Page 3: Cellphone Etiquette

    Cellphone Etiquette Cellphones emit weak radio waves at all times even if you just turn the power on. Enjoy and safely use your cellphone without forgetting those who are around you. The use of cellphones is forbidden in some places. •...

  • Page 4: What You Can Do With The A5527sa

    EZ Navi You can download Chaku-Uta Walk, Position Search, and Area wallpaper and others. Message. Page 74 Page 67 Use Overseas You can use the A5527SA overseas with global functions. Page 34 For information on other features, see page 87.

  • Page 5: Silent Mode And In-phone Ans Mach

    Silent Mode and In-Phone Ans Mach Silent Mode You can use the silent mode to turn incoming rings and other tones off to prevent others from being inconvenienced. Press for more than one second in the standby screen. Transportation systems Public facilities like During lectures, meetings, etc.

  • Page 6: Check The Power, Radio Waves, And Battery

    Keep the power on to make or answer calls. Press for more than one second. Page 13 You cannot talk on the phone if A5527SA is not receiving “radio waves”. It may be difficult to receive radio waves in some places even in service areas.

  • Page 7: Do Not Use The Cellphone While Driving

    Do Not Use the Cellphone While Driving Using cellphone while driving is subject to penalties. Holding a cellphone in a hand and use it for a call or gazing at a screen to see mails, etc. while driving is subject to penalties. (November 1, 2004 Implementation of the Revised Road Traffic Law) Holding a cellphone in a Gazing at a screen to see...

  • Page 8: Watch Out For Junk Mail And One-ring Calls

    Watch Out for Junk Mail and One-Ring Calls! If you receive junk mail… Mail Filter ● Using the mail filter function, you can reject mail sent from specified addresses and Spoof e-mail. The following mail functions are the main methods available for preventing the arrival of junk mail: •...

  • Page 9: Disaster Message Board Service

    Disaster Message Board Service About Disaster Message Board When a big scale disaster occurs, you can register your safety information through EZweb. The registered safety information can be confirmed from anywhere in Japan through EZweb or Internet. • When a big scale disaster occurs, you can register your safety information such as your condition and comments from au Registering cellphone to the “災害用伝言板...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Contents Cellphone Etiquette ……………………………………………… 1 What You Can Do with the A5527SA ………………………… 2 Silent Mode and In-Phone Ans Mach ………………………… 3 Check the Power, Radio Waves, and Battery! ………………… 4 Do Not Use the Cellphone While Driving ……………………… 5 Watch Out for Junk Mail and One-Ring Calls! …………………...

  • Page 11

    Mail About E-mail …………………………………………………… 50 Creating and Sending an E-mail …………………………… 51 Reading a Received E-mail ………………………………… 54 Replying to a Received E-mail ……………………………… 56 Blocking Junk Mails …………………………………………… 57 About C-mail …………………………………………………… 58 Creating and Sending a C-mail ……………………………… 59 Reading a Received C-mail …………………………………...

  • Page 12: Before Use

    Before Use Confirming the Packed Contents ● ● ● A5527SA Main Battery Pack Desktop Holder Unit (Installed in the main unit) ● AC Adapter ● SANYO Flat-type Stereo Earphones 04 ● ● Basic Manual (Japanese) Manual (Japanese) 目次 目次/準備 ご利用いただく前に...

  • Page 13: Names Of Parts

    Names of Parts Earpiece Main display Macro Mode Selector Switch Center key Cursor key Address book key Application key EZweb key Mail key Clear/Manner key Send/Pair key Power/End key Dial keys Microphone Built-in Antenna Camera lens Flash Infrared Port Incoming indicator Sub display microSD Memory Flat-type...

  • Page 14: How To Charge The Battery Pack

    ● To Charge Using the AC Adapter Connect the AC adapter to the external terminal of the A5527SA and plug the power plug into a power outlet. A confi rmation tone sounds once when charging begins. It also sounds when charging is completed.

  • Page 15: Turn The Power On/off

    Turn the Power On/Off Standby screen ● To Turn the Power On Press for more than one second. The standby screen is displayed. ● To Turn the Power Off Press for more than one second. Confi rming the Reception State and Remaining Battery Power Check here for remaining battery power! Fully Requires...

  • Page 16: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Key Functions   Cursor Keys Cursor Move cursor or screen In the standby screen, Press Displays Profile Down Calendar Left Incoming Calls log Right Outgoing Calls log Cursor keys are indicated in   Center Key this manual as follows: Displays Main Menu Down Left Right...

  • Page 17

    Executing Functions Displayed at the Bottom The functions displayed at the bottom of the screen correspond with the keys as follows: Pressing the key executes the function displayed at the lower right. Pressing the key executes the function Pressing the key executes displayed at the lower left.

  • Page 18: Viewing The Screen

    Viewing the Screen Indications in the Main Screen The following icons are displayed in the main screen and indicate the status of your A5527SA. Icons and the number of cases are displayed when you have received missed calls or mails. Battery level ①...

  • Page 19: About Menu

    About Menu About Main Menu Pressing in the standby screen launches the Main Menu. Each function can be accessed by using to select an item and pressing <Example> Accessing Camera from Main Menu Standby screen Main Menu screen Camera function screen to select “Camera”...

  • Page 20: Setting The Language To English

    Setting the Language to English Press in the standby screen. to select “機能” and press [選択]. to select “画面表示” and press [選択]. to select “Set Language” and press [選択].

  • Page 21

    to select “English” and press [選択]. Information You can set the language to Japanese by pressing in turn from the standby screen.

  • Page 22: Initial Setting For E-mail And Ezweb

    Initial Setting for E-mail and EZweb To use E-mail and EZweb services, you need to subscribe to the EZweb service. If you did not subscribe it when you purchased your phone, please contact au Customer Service Center or au shop for further information. Make sure that you do the initial setting before using E-mail and EZweb services for the fi...

  • Page 23: Confi Rming Your Cellphone Number/e-mail Address

    Confirming Your Cellphone Number/E-mail Address Press in the standby screen. Your cellphone number and E-mail address are displayed. Information You can also display them from the standby screen by pressing , and then...

  • Page 24: Changing Your E-mail Address

    Changing Your E-mail Address E-Mail Address Domain △△△ @ ezweb.ne.jp Changeable part Press in the standby screen. to select “E-Mail Setting” and press [Select]. to select “Others” and press [Select]. to select “Eメールアド レスの変更 (Change E-mail Address)” and press [OK].

  • Page 25

    Enter your Security Code, press [Set], use to select 送信 (Send), and press [OK]. • Security Code is the 4-digit number you wrote in the application form when purchasing. • If you enter a wrong Security Code 3 times in a row within the same day, you will not be allowed to perform setup operations until the following day.

  • Page 26: Phone Call

    Phone Call Making a Call From the standby screen, press to enter a phone number. • To call a regular phone, enter a phone number starting with the area code. Press To end the call, press ● To Select the Way of Dialing After entering a phone number, press [Dial], use...

  • Page 27: Making An International Call

    Making an International Call au International Call Service Available without any additional application. Example: To call 212-123-XXXX in the USA 005345 – – – 123-XXXX ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ International Country code Area code* Phone number access code (USA) * When an area code begins with “0”, dial excluding “0”. •...

  • Page 28: Answering A Call

    Answering a Call Press to answer the call. To end the call, press On-screen display for Incoming calls Phone The caller notifi es his/her phone number. If the caller is already saved in the Address book, number his/her name or image is also displayed. ID Unsent The caller does not notify his/her phone number.

  • Page 29: Calling Back (outgoing Calls/incoming Calls Log)

    Calling Back (Outgoing Calls/Incoming Calls Log) <Example> Calling back from the Incoming calls log Press in the standby screen. The incoming calls log is displayed. to select a desired number and press The phone starts dialing the phone number you selected. Information To call back to a number from outgoing calls log, press in the standby screen.

  • Page 30: Adjusting The Ringer Volume

    Adjusting the Ringer Volume Press in the standby screen. to select “Functions” and press [Select]. to select “Sound/ Vibration” and press [Select]. to select “Incoming Call” and press [Select]. The actual volume is displayed in incoming call setting screen.

  • Page 31

    to select “Volume” and press [Select]. : turns the volume up : turns the volume down 5 levels of adjustment (Level 1 to 5) are available. • To confirm the volume, press [Confirm]. • To mute the ringer, set the volume to S (OFF). •...

  • Page 32: Changing The Ringer Type

    Changing the Ringer Type <Example> Setting the ringer type in “Original” After the step 4 on page 28, to select “Melody” and press [Select]. to select “Original” and press [Select]. Ringer list is displayed. • To confirm the selected ringer, press [Confirm].

  • Page 33: Setting The Silent Mode

    Setting the Silent Mode When the silent mode is set, your cellphone vibrates to notify you of incoming calls and records the caller’s message in the In-Phone Ans Mach when you cannot answer a call. Press for more than one second in the standby screen.

  • Page 34: Using The In-phone Ans Mach

    Using the In-Phone Ans Mach When the In-Phone Ans Mach is set, you can play answering message and record caller’s message. Setting the In-Phone Ans Mach Press for more than one second in the standby screen. In-Phone Ans Mach is set and appears in the standby screen.

  • Page 35

    Playing Back the Recorded Messages When a message is recorded in the In-Phone Ans Mach, the standby screen notifi es you. (Msgs) and the number of recorded messages are displayed. to select (Msgs) and press Playback screen is displayed. • To delete a message, press [Erase].

  • Page 36: Global Functions

    Global Functions Using Overseas You can use the A5527SA overseas with global functions. Setting Area Press in the standby screen. to select “Global Functions”, press [Select] and press [OK]. to select “Area Setting” and press [Select]. to select “Overseas” and press [Select].

  • Page 37

    Calling to Japan from Overseas From the standby screen, enter a phone number and press [Dial]. to select “Dial to Japan”, press [Select] and press Information Although the preferred roaming list (PRL) is already stored in the phone at the time of purchase, the list may be updated several times a year.

  • Page 38: Inputting Characters

    Inputting Characters About Inputting Characters It is necessary to input characters when saving an entry to the Address Book, or creating an E-mail, for instance. Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, English, numbers, pictograms, emoticons, symbols, and phrases can be inputted. Changing the Character Input Mode Press in the text input screen.

  • Page 39

    Key Assignment of Characters Several characters are assigned to one key. Pressing the same key repeatedly displays a character you want to input. Example (in the English mode) Press once twice 3 times 4 times 5 times 6 times 7 times 8 times …...

  • Page 40: How To Input Characters

    How to Input Characters Inputting Kana or Kanji <Example> Inputting “岡垣” in a name input screen of the Address Book In a text input screen, 5 times …………… 「お」 press press once ………………「か」 (makes a cursor move) press once ………………「か」 (voiced sound symbol) …...

  • Page 41

    Inputting English Characters <Example> Inputting “komatsu” in an E-mail address input screen of the Address Book In a text input screen, press twice……「k」 press 3 times…「o」 (makes a cursor move) press once……「m」 press once……「a」 press once……「t」 • To consecutively input characters assigned to a same key, move the press 4 times…「s」...

  • Page 42

    Inputting Phrases <Example> Inputting “@ezweb.ne.jp” in an E-mail address input screen Press [Submenu] in a text input screen. to select “Phrases” and press [Select]. Groups of phrases are displayed. to select “インターネット(Internet)” and press [Select]. A list of phrases is displayed. to select “@ezweb.ne.jp”...

  • Page 43

    Inputting Pictograms, Emoticons and Symbols <Example> Inputting a pictogram Press in a text input screen. A list of input mode is displayed. …Pictogram …Emoticon …Symbol to select and press [Select]. A list of pictograms is displayed. • To change categories, press •...

  • Page 44: Address Book

    Address Book Saving to the Address Book You can save phone numbers to which you call frequently, names, and E-mail addresses. <Example> Saving a name, phone number and E-mail address Press for more than one second in the standby screen. Address book registration screen is displayed.

  • Page 45

    Enter a phone number and press [Set]. • Enter the area code when saving a regular phone number. to select a type of phone number and press [Select]. The icon of selected type is displayed. • If you do not enter E-mail address, go to step 10.

  • Page 46

    Press [Set]. Pop-up screen which indicates Memory No. is displayed. Press [Set]. Saving to the Address Book is completed. Information Up to 1000 entries can be saved. You can also save some information such as group, image and address. An entry can contain up to 3 phone numbers and 3 E-mail addresses. The smallest available memory number from 000 to 999 is automatically assigned.

  • Page 47: Making A Call From The Address Book

    Making a Call from the Address Book Press in the standby screen. Address book list is displayed. to select a person to call and press • to select the number 1 to 3 when the entry has some numbers. Press...

  • Page 48: Editing An Entry In The Address Book

    Editing an Entry in the Address Book From the standby screen, press , use to select an entry to edit, and press [Select]. The address book detailed screen is displayed. Press [Submenu], use to select “Edit” and press [Select]. The address book registration screen is displayed.

  • Page 49: Saving From Outgoing Calls/incoming Calls Log

    Saving from Outgoing Calls/Incoming Calls Log <Example> Saving from Incoming calls log From the standby screen, press , use to select the log to save, and press [Submenu]. to select “Save to AdrsBk” and press [Select]. to select “New” and press [Select].

  • Page 50: Setting A Pair Partner

    Pair Function Setting a Pair Partner You can select 5 persons from saved entries in the Address Book and set them as pair partners. This function allows you to call or send mail easily to them. Press in the standby screen. Pair menu is displayed.

  • Page 51: Making A Call To A Pair Partner

    Making a Call to a Pair Partner Press in the standby screen. Pair menu is displayed. to select a partner to call, to select “Phone” and press [Select]. Information You can also send E-mail and C-mail to pair partners.

  • Page 52: Mail

    * Packet charges will differ depending upon the amount of data sent or received in the E-mail. E-mail is sent using an E-mail address. (Ex.) △△△@ezweb.ne.jp E-mail E-mail can be sent to other cellphones or personal computers that support E-mail. E-mail A5527SA...

  • Page 53: Creating And Sending An E-mail

    Creating and Sending an E-mail Press in the standby screen. E-Mail Menu is displayed. to select “Create New” and press [Select]. Create Mail screen is displayed. to select , press [Edit] and press [Edit]. Address Entry screen is displayed. to select “Address Book” and press [Select].

  • Page 54

    to select a recipient, press [Select] and press [Select]. • to select 1 to 3 when the entry has some E-mail addresses. Press [Finish]. Press [Set]. E-mail address is entered. to select and press [Edit]. Subject input screen is displayed. Enter a subject and press [Set].

  • Page 55

    to select and press [Edit]. Body text input screen is displayed. Enter a body text and press [Set]. Body text is entered. Press [Send]. Created mail is sent. • After finished sending, the mail is saved in Outbox as sent mail.

  • Page 56: Reading A Received E-mail

    Reading a Received E-mail When an E-mail is received, the standby screen notifi es you. (E-Mail) and the number of E-mail are displayed. to select (E-Mail) and press Inbox screen is displayed. • The color is changed and with the number of E-mail is displayed when the folder has new mail.

  • Page 57

    How to view a received mail Mail’s sender Received date and time Mail’s subject Body text Attached file ● Displaying an E-mail in Inbox From the standby screen, press , use to select “Inbox”, and press [select]. Inbox screen is displayed. Follow the steps 2 to 3 on page 54 to display a mail.

  • Page 58: Replying To A Received E-mail

    Replying to a Received E-mail After the step 3 on page 54, press [Reply]. Create Mail screen is displayed. The recipient is entered and the subject and body text of the received mail is quoted. • Subject is prefixed with “Re:”. •...

  • Page 59: Blocking Junk Mails

    Blocking Junk Mails To block junk mails, it is recommended to set メールフィルター (Mail Filter). By selecting “サポート設定(supportive settings)”, you can set メールフィル ター (Mail Filter) easily by answering the Inquiry on the screen. ● Setting メールフィルター (Mail Filter) Example: To access “サポート設定(supportive settings)” Press in the standby screen.

  • Page 60: About C-mail

    C-mail safety block allows you to reject C-mails that include URL to access (http://□ □□,https://□□□) or phone numbers in the C-mail body text. This function is valid by default. C-mail is sent using a phone number. (Ex.) 090-0001-×××× C-mail can be sent to au cellphones that support C-mail C-mail A5527SA...

  • Page 61: Creating And Sending A C-mail

    Creating and Sending a C-mail Press for more than one second in the standby screen. C-Mail Menu is displayed. to select “Create New” and press [Select]. Create Mail screen is displayed. to select and press [Edit]. Address Entry screen is displayed. to select “Address Book”...

  • Page 62

    to select a recipient and press [Select]. • Go to step 7 when the entry has only one phone number. • to select the number 1 to 3 when the entry has some phone numbers. Press [Select]. to select and press [Edit].

  • Page 63: Reading A Received C-mail

    Reading a Received C-mail When a C-mail is received, the standby screen notifi es you. (C-Mail) and the number of E-Mail are displayed. to select (C-Mail) and press Received mail is displayed. • The newest mail is displayed when you have some new mails. You can display a previous or next mail by pressing •...

  • Page 64: Camera

    You can also add frames and special effects to photos, and take picture with the timer. Photos you took can be... ●Used in the A5527SA You can set taken photos as the standby Incoming screen, or register them to the Address Book Call to display when you receive incoming calls.

  • Page 65

    How to Hold Your Cellphone When Shooting When you take photos or movies, put the subject inside the screen and hold the cellphone fi rmly with both hands to prevent a blur. When shooting with a vertical screen When shooting with a horizontal screen Shutter button Shutter button About the Shoot and Movie modes...

  • Page 66: Taking A Photo

    Taking a Photo From the standby screen, press , use to select “Camera”, and press [Select]. Camera functions are displayed. to select “Photo” and press [Select]. Press [Shoot]. Shutter sounds and taken photo is displayed. • To retake the photo, press Press [Save].

  • Page 67: Viewing Photos

    Viewing Photos From the standby screen, press , use to select “Data”, and press [Select]. to select “Data Folder” and press [Select]. to select “Photo Folder” and press [Select]. Photo Folder list is displayed. • All photos are saved in “All Photo”. to select a folder which contains a photo to view, and press...

  • Page 68: Sending Photos By E-mail

    Sending Photos by E-mail After taking a photo (follow the steps 1 to 3 on page 64), press [E-Mail]. Create Mail screen appears with a taken photo attached. Follow “Creating and Sending an E-mail” (p.51) and send E-mail. Information Sending E-mail may take more time than usual, depending upon radio wave conditions.

  • Page 69: Ezweb

    * Packet charges will be based on the actual amount of data sent and received while connected to EZweb and not on the amount of time you connect. * Some information sites are subject to additional information costs besides communication costs. Information sites ® Chaku-Uta Wallpaper Games Latest Weather news report Traffic information Fair A5527SA...

  • Page 70: Accessing Information Sites

    Accessing Information Sites Displaying the EZ Top Menu From the standby screen, press , use select “Top Menu”, and press [Select]. EZ Top Menu is displayed. EZ Top Menu Provides a search engine for information available by the ① keyword entry. ②...

  • Page 71: Inquiring Toll

    Basic Operation while Using EZweb • You can display the next screen by using to select an item and pressing • You can return to the previous screen by pressing , and you can go back to EZ Top Menu by pressing it for more than one second. •...

  • Page 72: Downloading Chaku-uta ® And Set It As A Ringer For Incoming Calls

    ® Downloading Chaku-Uta and Set It as a Ringer for Incoming Calls ® You can download Chaku-Uta from information site and set it as a ringer for incoming calls. You can also download wallpaper and set it to the standby screen and others.

  • Page 73

    Press [Play]. Downloaded data is played. Press [Set]. Save to screen is displayed. to select “Ringers” and press [Select]. Registration destinations of the selected target are displayed. to select “Incoming Call” and press [Select]. Downloaded data is set as ringer for “Incoming Call”.

  • Page 74: Registering Frequently-accessed Information Sites

    Registering Frequently-Accessed Information Sites You can access information sites easily by registering frequently-accessed sites to “Bookmark(s)”. Registering to Bookmark Display a site you want to register and press [BrsrMnu]. Browser menu is displayed. to select “New bookmark” and press [OK]. The title, URL, and folder name are displayed.

  • Page 75

    Viewing an Information Site Registered as a Bookmark Press in the standby screen. EZweb Menu is displayed. to select “Bookmark(s)” and press [Select]. A list of registered information sites is displayed. to select a site you want to view and press [Select].

  • Page 76: Ez Navi

    EZ Navi (Subscription to EZweb required) What You Can Do with EZ Navi EZ Navi is a useful service which provides you with global positioning information (GPS information). Packet fees will be charged whenever you use one of the functions under the EZ Navi service. Other fees may also be charged for some functions.

  • Page 77

    “Position Search” allows you to confirm the current position of your child This service allows you to use the A5527SA to confi rm the position of an au cellphone that supports Position Search. The following 2 types of Position Search services are available.

  • Page 78: Simplemode

    SimpleMode About SimpleMode Setting SimpleMode allows you to simplify operation to the frequently used functions such as phone function, Address Book, Camera, Mails, and EZweb. Setting SimpleMode Press in the standby screen. to select “SimpleMode” and press [Select]. Confi rmation screen is displayed. to select “Yes”...

  • Page 79

    ● Releasing SimpleMode Press in the standby screen. Simple Menu is displayed. to select “Functions” and press [Select]. to select “Rel. Simple Mode” and press [Select]. Confi rmation screen is displayed. to select “Yes” and press [Select]. SimpleMode is released. Information Setting SimpleMode may change what you have set in normal mode.

  • Page 80: Simple Menu

    Simple Menu In SimpleMode, functions are accessed from Simple Menu. Standby screen Simple Menu to select “Camera” and press Address Book Save to or search in the Address Book Incoming Display the incoming calls log Phone Outgoing Display the outgoing calls log In-Phone Ans Mach Set/Release/Replay the In-Phone Ans Mach Create E-mail/Confi...

  • Page 81: Using Simplemode

    Using SimpleMode Saving to the Address Book In SimpleMode, you can save names, readings, phone numbers, and E-mail addresses. From Simple Menu, use select “Phone”, press [Select], to select “Address Book”, and press [Select]. Address book list is displayed. Press [New].

  • Page 82

    to select “Direct Input” and press [Select] Enter a phone number and press [Set]. The ways of entering E-mail address are displayed. • Enter the area code when saving a regular phone number. • If you do not enter E-mail address, press [Next].

  • Page 83

    Creating and Sending an E-mail From Simple Menu, use to select “Mail” and press [Select]. Select mail type screen is displayed. to select “E-Mail” and press [Select]. E-Mail Menu is displayed. to select “Create New” and press [Select]. Enter Address screen is displayed. to select “Address Book”...

  • Page 84

    Enter a subject and press [Set]. Body text input screen is displayed. Enter a body text and press [Set]. Create Mail screen is displayed. • To edit a focused item, press [Edit]. • To save the created mail in Outbox, press [Save].

  • Page 85

    Taking a Photo From Simple Menu, use to select “Camera” and press [Select]. Camera functions are displayed. to select “Photo” and press [Select]. • To change the photo size, press [Mode]. Press [Shoot]. Shutter sounds and taken photo is displayed. •...

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    Release the In-Phone Ans Mach. answers automatically. For detailed information, visit the website of SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. as below. ・From A5527SA: Press for more than one second. (SANYO Keitai Planet, in Japanese only) ・From PC: http://www.sanyo-keitai.com (SANYO Keitai Arena, in Japanese only)

  • Page 87: Before Losing

    Set the operating condition of the remote auto lock on the assumption that you might lose the A5527SA. Receiving a specifi ed number of calls from a specifi ed number in a specifi ed time locks your A5527SA automatically, which prevents other person’s use.

  • Page 88

    “Valid” or “Invalid” and press [Select]. • If you select “Valid”, all data in the A5527SA will be deleted when Auto Lock is turned on. Be very careful when you select “Valid” for this setting. Unlock Phone to select “Valid” or “Invalid” and press [Select].

  • Page 89: Other Features

    No operation on your cellphone is possible while the alarm is sounding except the procedure to turn off that alarm. The A5527SA has other useful features which are not presented in this Basic Manual. ● microSD™ Memory Card (Commercially Available) You can keep various data on a microSD™...

  • Page 90: Index

    Index Download ........70 Number Drive Mode ........5 184+Dial ......... 24 186+Dial ......... 24 E-mail Creating ........51 E-mail Menu ........ 51 AC Adapter ........ 10,12 Initial Setting ....... 20 Address Book Reading........54 Editing ......... 46 Receiving ........54 Making a Call ......

  • Page 91

    Ringer Key Functions ......... 14 Adjusting the Volume....28 Changing........30 Language........18 Loudset ........... 27 Safety Buzzer ......... 87 SANYO Flat-type Stereo Earphones 04 ......... 10 Shoot mode ........63 Mail Silent Mode C-mail.......... 58 Releasing ........31 E-mail .......... 50 Setting .........

  • Page 92

    Pressing zero will connect you to an operator, after calling 157 on your au cellphone. Sales : KDDI CORPORATION • OKINAWA CELLULAR TELEPHONE COMPANY SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Manufactured by : July 2007 Edition Access the au online manual from here.

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