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Table of Contents
Basic
Manual
W53T
Contents/
Getting Ready
Making and
Answering Calls
Character Input
Phone Book
Pair Function
Mail
Camera
EZweb
EZ Navi
EZ Television
(1 Seg)
Remote Ctrl Lock/
Troubleshooting
Others
Index

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  • Page 1 Basic Contents/ Getting Ready Manual Making and Answering Calls Character Input Phone Book Pair Function Mail Camera EZweb EZ Navi EZ Television (1 Seg) Remote Ctrl Lock/ Troubleshooting Others W53T Index...
  • Page 2 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the W53T. Before using your W53T, be sure to read the W53T Basic Manual (this PDF manual) to ensure correct usage. After you have finished reading this manual, store this PDF manual and the printed manuals in safe places so you can retrieve them whenever you need them.
  • Page 3: Cell Phone Etiquette

    Cell Phone Etiquette Etiquette for Cell Phone Use The cell phone always emits weak radio waves when power is on. Use the cell phone in an enjoyable and safe manner without forgetting to be considerate of others around you. The use of cell phones is not Be considerate of where you allowed in some places.
  • Page 4: Cell Phone Features

    Page Page EZ FM Remote Ctrl Lock You can listen to You can remotely and record FM lock the W53T to radio. prevent other people from using the cell phone. Page Mail EZweb You can download You can e-mail to ®...
  • Page 5: Manner Mode

    Manner Mode and Voice Memo Manner Mode Voice Memo You can use manner mode to turn When you cannot answer calls, off the incoming call ring tone and the cell phone can play an other tones so as not to answering message (Japanese) inconvenience other people.
  • Page 6: Do Not Use The Cell Phone While Driving

    Do not use the cell phone while driving! Holding a cell phone, talking on a cell phone, looking at a cell phone display to send mail or perform some other operation while driving is against the law in Japan. (Revised Traffic Control Law, effective November 1, 2004) Looking at mail on Holding a cell phone in a cell phone display.
  • Page 7 Spam and One-ring Calls If you receive spam: You can set the mail filters to reject only specific mail or mail indicated (Unsolicited Advertisement), which often tends to be spam. The following mail filters are available for rejecting spam: Danger! Mail displayed with (Unsolicited Advertisement) cannot be received...
  • Page 8: 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 referred from anywhere in Japan through EZweb or Internet. When a big scale disaster occurs, from au phone, you can register your safety information Registering such as your condition or comments to the...
  • Page 9 Safety information Top display of registration display for registration the Disaster Message Board Safety information reference display reference The maximum preservation period of the registered information is 72 hours. The maximum available number of each registration is 10. When the number of registration exceeds 10, old information will be overwritten in order of registration.
  • Page 10 Contents Introduction Cell Phone Etiquette Etiquette for Cell Phone Use Cell Phone Basics Cell Phone Features Manner Mode and Voice Memo Checking the Power, Signal Strength, and Battery Level Do not use the cell phone while driving! Spam and One-ring Calls Disaster Message Board Service Contents Getting Ready...
  • Page 11: Phone Book

    Listening to TV as BGM/Exiting the au Media Tuner In Case You Lose Your W53T Setting Conditions for Enabling the Remote Ctrl Lock Remotely Enabling the Remote Ctrl Lock on Your W53T Enabling the Remote Ctrl Lock with the Security Lock Service Troubleshooting...
  • Page 12: Getting Ready

    Getting Ready Checking the Contents of the Box The box contains the cell phone and accessories. Cell phone Battery pack Desktop holder W53T Basic Manual (Japanese) Instruction Manual (Japanese) W53T W53T Warranty (Japanese) Safety Precautions (Japanese) Global Expert User's Guide LISMO Installation Guide (Japanese) ®...
  • Page 13: Names Of Parts

    Names of Parts From the Front From the Back Earpiece Lux Sensor Sub-display Display Warp Incoming LED function key Camera(lens) EZapps key/ Mobile light Soft key 1 Phone book key/ Camera lamp Soft key 2 Mail key Speaker EZ key Battery pack/Cover Memo key/ Power key/...
  • Page 14 Face View and Self Style Besides just simply opening the cell phone and using it, you can use the cell phone in face view and self style. Open the display to about 90 degrees. Rotate the display 180 degrees in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 15 Using the Side Keys While in Face View Main Assignments Manner mode Used instead of R to return to the previous screen. Select Telop/Display Desktop menu Used instead of G to move the cursor. Display Launcher menu Mobile light on/off Used instead of @ to activate the function displayed at the bottom center of the display.
  • Page 16: Charging The Battery Pack

    Confirm that the charge indicator lights. Charging: The charge indicator lights. Charging finished: The charge indicator goes out. If you charge the W53T battery pack while the phone is turned on, it beeps when charging starts or ends. Note Note Hold the desktop holder while removing the Cell phone.
  • Page 17: Learning The Basics

    Learning the Basics Key Assignments Select the standby screen telop view Incoming History Outgoing History Display Desktop Display Launcher menu menu EZapps startup Phone Book Display EZ Service menu E-mail Make and answer Power on/off; end calls; use the Pair call/communication;...
  • Page 18: Soft Keys

    Warp Function Key Use the up, down, left, and right parts of the key to select items and to move the cursor. Press the center of the key to confirm a selected item. Selects items, and moves the cursor up, down, left and right.
  • Page 19: Turning On Power

    Turning On Power Hold down S for at least one second. Standby screen Check the signal strength. Strong Medium Weak Very weak Out of range You cannot receive or make calls if is displayed. Check the battery level. Very low Full Empty Charging...
  • Page 20: Viewing The Display

    Viewing the Display Display indicators keep you informed when new e-mail arrives, about the status of function settings, etc. Display Indicator Description Indicates signal strength. Indicates battery level. Indicates that EZweb is in use. Indicates a call is in progress. Indicates that EZapps is in use.
  • Page 21 Sub-display Indicator Description Indicates signal strength. Indicates that the manner mode is turned on. Indicates that au Media Tuner is in use. Indicates the side keys are locked. Indicates an alert window. Indicates battery level. Indicates the current date and time. Note Note The date and time are set automatically.
  • Page 22: Configuring Initial Settings

    Configuring Initial Settings Initial menu When the standby screen is displayed, press @. Press 3 (Do Not Setup). If you select (Do Not Setup), the initial settings are as shown below. Lock No. 1234 EZweb Medium-small Telephone Medium Character Input Medium E-mail Medium-small...
  • Page 23: Switching The Display Language To English

    Switching the Display Language to English You can switch the display language for function names and other items to English. When the standby screen is displayed, press @. Use E to select (Function) and then press @ ( [Select]). Press 3 (Screen Setup).
  • Page 24 Switching the Display Language to English (continued) Use G to select English and then press @ (Select). Use G to select Alphabet and then press @ (Select).
  • Page 25 Initializing E-mail and EZweb To use e-mail and EZweb, you need to apply for an EZweb subscription. If you did not apply for an EZweb subscription at the time of purchase, contact an au shop or the au Customer Service Center. Also, before use, be sure to configure initial settings.
  • Page 26: Using Menus

    Using Menus Launcher Menu The Launcher menu provides you with access to various functions. Launcher menu Launcher menu When the standby screen is displayed, press @. Use E to select an item. Press @ (Select). aThe item selected in the Launcher menu appears.
  • Page 27 Using EZ Service Menu The EZ Service menu allows you to access EZweb functions. When the standby screen is displayed, press M to display the EZ Service menu. Access various services by first selecting a service with F, then pressing the corresponding dial key or using G to select an item, and finally pressing @ (Select).
  • Page 28 Changing Your E-mail Address You can change the account name part of the E-mail address e-mail address as indicated to the right. @ezweb.ne.jp Part you can change Domain name When the standby screen is displayed, press L and then press 0 E-mail Setup. Press 4 Other Setup.
  • Page 29 Use G to select (Send) and then press @ (Select). Use G to select (Accept) and then press @ (Select). Use G to select the entry box, press @ (Edit), enter an e-mail address using single-byte alphanumeric characters, and then press @ (OK). For details on entering e-mail addresses, see page 42.
  • Page 30: Security Code And Passwords

    Security Code and Passwords You can use the security code and passwords described below. Take care not to forget the security code and passwords, because they are required for performing various operations and using subscription services. Security Code Using the Answering Service (Voice Mail) and Call Transfer remotely from a regular phone.
  • Page 31: Making And Answering Calls

    Making and Answering Calls Making a Call When the standby screen is displayed, use 0 to 9 to enter the phone number you want to call. When calling to a regular phone, you also need to enter the area code. Press Q.
  • Page 32: Answering A Call

    001 KOKUSAI MOBILE TALK Application required. For inquiries, contact the KDDI Customer Service Center. 0077-7160 (toll-free; open 9:00 to 20:00 on everyday including weekends and national holiday) Charges for 001KOKUSAI MOBILE TALK are charged separately from monthly au telephone charges. Check the Country code at the au Customer Service Center.
  • Page 33 Note Note Calls cannot be made in face view. If you receive a call while in face view, change to normal style (open with the display facing inward) to receive the call. Also, by changing to face view during a call, calling is not possible because the other party cannot hear your voice.
  • Page 34 One-ring Calls What is a One-ring Call? A one-ring call is a call from an unknown caller that only rings once, causing it to be stored in the incoming history. One-ring calls are often used to get the receiver to return the call, which will connect you to a dating service or some other service that charges caller at high rates.
  • Page 35: Adjusting The Earpiece Volume During A Call

    Adjusting the Earpiece Volume during a Call During a call, press G. A: Increases the volume. B: Decreases the volume. Press @ (OK). Turning On Manner Mode The cell phone informs you of an incoming call or message by vibrating. When the standby screen is displayed, hold down O for at least one second.
  • Page 36 Changing the Incoming Ring Tone When the standby screen is displayed, press @. Use E to select Function and then press @ (Select). Press 2 Sound/Vib./LED. Press 1 Incoming Call. Press 2 Melody.
  • Page 37 Use G to select Fixed Pattern and then press @ (Select). Use G to select Pattern 3 and then press J (Play). If you press J (Back) or R, the tone stops playing and you can select another tone. Press @ (OK). aThe incoming ring tone is set.
  • Page 38 Adjusting the Incoming Ring Tone Volume When the standby screen is displayed, press @. Use E to select Function and then press @ (Select). Press 2 Sound/Vib./LED. Press 1 Incoming Call. Press 1 Volume.
  • Page 39 Use G to adjust the volume and then press @ (OK). Each press of G changes the volume one step. After a vibration alert, the ring tone sounds while gradually increasing in volume. The ring tone sounds while gradually decreasing in volume. The ring tone sounds while gradually increasing in volume.
  • Page 40 Turning On Voice Memo When the standby screen is displayed, hold down R for at least one second. aThe answering message (Japanese) is played, then voice memo is turned on, which is indicated by on the standby screen. Turning Off Voice Memo When the standby screen is displayed, hold down R for at least one second.
  • Page 41: Playing A Voice Memo

    Playing a Voice Memo If a voice memo is recorded Memo and the number of memos appear on the standby screen. Use G to select Memo and then press @. Use G to select the voice memo you want to play and then press @ (Play).
  • Page 42: Character Input

    Character Input Character Entry Modes When a character entry screen is displayed, you can select the character entry mode if you press J. Menu Items Kanji conversion mode Double-byte alphanumeric mode Single-byte alphanumeric mode Double-byte number mode Single-byte number mode Use E to select a character entry mode and then press @ (Select).
  • Page 43: Deleting Characters

    Entering Two or More Characters Assigned to the Same Key After you enter the first character, press C and then enter the next character. Example: Entering "ab" Press 2 once. Press C once. Press 2 twice. Deleting Characters To delete one character at a time, move the cursor to the character you want to delete and then press R.
  • Page 44 Period (.) or zero (0) cannot be used as the first character. How to Enter E-mail Addresses Use 1 to 0 to enter characters and numbers. Example: Entering "taro.23@toshiba.co.jp" for the recipient's e-mail address Enter "taro.23". t : Press 8 once.
  • Page 45 Press K (Option) and then press 3 Sentence. Use G to select Internet and then press @ (Select). Use G to select .co.jp and then press @ (Select). a".co.jp" is entered. Note Note To enter ".co.jp" etc., you can use the Sentence menu.
  • Page 46: Entering Pictograms

    Entering Pictograms When a character entry screen is displayed, press J (abAB). You can also enter symbols and emoticons from the character entry mode menu. Press 9 You can switch the Pictogram screen by category, such as Face, if you press L or M.
  • Page 47: Saving A Phone Book Entry

    Phone Book Saving a Phone Book Entry New screen Hold down K for at least one second. Use G to select (Name) and then press @ (Select). Enter a name and then press @ (OK). aThe (Reading) for the name is entered automatically.
  • Page 48 Saving a Phone Book Entry (continued) Use G to select a phone number class and then press @ (Select). Follow the next step to enter an e-mail address. If you do not want to enter an e-mail address, proceed to Step 9. Use G to select (E-mail 1) and then press @ (Select).
  • Page 49: Dialing From The Phone Book

    Dialing from the Phone Book When the standby screen is displayed, press K. Use E to select the entry containing the phone number you want to dial and then press @ (Select). Use G to select the phone number and then press Q.
  • Page 50: Editing Phone Book Entries

    Editing Phone Book Entries Select the entry you want to edit and press @ (Select). Press K (Option) and then press 1 Edit. Edit the contents and then press J (Add). Use G to select Overwrite and then press @ (OK). Note Note To delete a phone book entry, select the phone book entry to be deleted, press K...
  • Page 51 Saving a Phone Number from the Incoming or Outgoing History Example: Saving a phone number from the incoming history to the phone book When the standby screen is displayed, press D and use G to select the phone number you want to save. Press K (Option) and then press 1 Add Phone Book.
  • Page 52: Registering A Pair Partner

    Pair Function You can register a maximum of five pair partners you contact often to easily call or send mail. Registering a Pair Partner When the standby screen is displayed, press Q. Use F to select the NO entry screen and then press @ (Select).
  • Page 53 Making a Call to a Pair Partner When the standby screen is displayed, press Q. Use F to select the person you want to call. Use G to select Call and then press @ (Select).
  • Page 54 Sending a Mail to a Pair Partner When the standby screen is displayed, press Q. Use F to select the person you want to send a mail. Use G to select E-mail or C-mail and then press @ (Select). To create an e-mail message, see "Creating and Sending E-mail Messages" on page 54.
  • Page 55 Mail EZweb Subscription Required Using E-mail To use e-mail, you need to apply for an EZweb subscription. If you did not apply for an EZweb subscription at the time of purchase, contact an au shop or the au Customer Service Center. Also, before use, be sure to configure initial settings.
  • Page 56 Creating and Sending E-mail Messages When the standby screen is displayed, press L and then press 1 Create New. Use G to select To and then press @ (Select). Press @ (Select) and then press 1 Use Phone Book. You can specify up to five addresses for the To, Cc, and Bcc fields.
  • Page 57 Use G to select Subject and then press @ (Select). Enter a subject and then press @ (OK). You cannot enter single-byte Japanese characters or a new line in a subject. Use G to select Text and then press @ (Select). Enter the text of the message and then press @ (OK).
  • Page 58 Reading Received E-mail Messages When you receive an e-mail message Email appears on the standby screen along with the number of messages received. Use G to select Email and then press @. Indicators X/X The number on the right of the indicator indicates the number of unread messages.
  • Page 59: Viewing A Received Message

    Viewing a Received Message Time and date the message Sender of the message was received The e-mail address of the sender may appear Name of attached file, if any in place of the name. See page 58. Message subject Message text Note Note The procedure may differ depending on the e-mail settings.
  • Page 60 Reading an E-mail Message with an Attached Photo or Movie Example: Viewing an attached photo Display the e-mail message (page 56). Use G to select the file name and then press @ (select). Use G to select the file name and then press @ (Rcv).
  • Page 61 Replying to Received E-mail Messages When the standby screen is displayed, press L and then press 3 Inbox. Press @ (Select). Use G to select the message you want to reply to and then press @ (Select). Press J (Reply). aThe Create Mail screen appears.
  • Page 62: Rejecting Spam

    Rejecting Spam The setting of mail filters to reject spam is recommended. Also, selecting (Supportive Settings) enables you to set mail filters easily while answering questions that appear on the screen. Setting Mail Filters Example: Connecting to (Supportive Settings) When the standby screen is displayed, press L. Mail filter setting screen aPress 0 E-mail Setup.
  • Page 63: C-mail Safety Block

    Using C-mail C-mail is a service that enables the use of phone numbers as addresses to exchange messages between au cell phones that support c-mail. A c-mail message can contain up to 50 double-byte (or 100 single-byte) characters. A message is sent to a phone number.
  • Page 64 Creating and Sending C-mail Messages When the standby screen is displayed, hold down L for at least one second, and then press 1 Create New. Enter the text of the message and then press @ (OK). Use G to select Use Phone Book and then press @ (Select).
  • Page 65 Reading Received C-mail Messages Received c-mail messages are saved to the Inbox. When you receive a c-mail message Cmail appears on the standby screen along with the number of messages received. Use G to select Cmail and then press @. Indicators X/X The number on the right of the indicator indicates the number of unread messages.
  • Page 66: Using Images

    Camera Your cell phone has a CMOS camera with 1.96 effective megapixels that you can use to shoot photos and movies. You can shoot photos and movies using the self-timer. It also has an autofocus for taking photos. You can use images you record for the standby screen, and you can attach them to e-mail messages.
  • Page 67: About Photo Modes

    Photo Shooting Tips When shooting photos, orient the cell phone so appears in the upper left of the display. Frame the subject within the display and hold the cell phone steady with both hands to avoid shaking. When opened vertically When held vertically in face view Camera (lens) Mobile light...
  • Page 68: Taking A Photo

    Taking a Photo When the standby screen is Monitor screen displayed, hold down N for at least one second. aThe monitor screen appears. AF frame Point the AF frame at the Preview screen subject and then press @ (Shot). aThe camera focuses automatically and takes a photo.
  • Page 69: Taking A Photo In Face View

    Taking a Photo in Face View Change to face view (Page 12). When the standby screen is displayed, hold down N for at least one second. aThe monitor screen appears. Point the AF frame at the subject and press N halfway. aA sound is emitted when focused and the AF frame turns green.
  • Page 70: Viewing Photos

    Viewing Photos When the standby screen is displayed, press @. Use E to select Data Folder and then press @ (Select). Use G to select Photo Folder and then press @ (Select). Use G to select a folder and then press @ (Select). Use E to select the photo you want to view and then press @ (Play).
  • Page 71 EZweb EZweb Subscription Required EZweb is an information service that allows you to enjoy using the Internet ® ® on your cell phone. You can also download Chaku-Uta-Full , Chaku-Uta news, and other data from web pages. To use EZweb, you need to apply for an EZweb subscription. If you did not apply for an EZweb subscription at the time of purchase, contact an au shop or the au Customer Service Center.
  • Page 72: Accessing Sites

    Accessing Sites Viewing the EZ Top Menu You can access EZweb from the Top menu. A variety of useful and fun sites are available on EZweb. (Search by Keyword) Provides an information search function for searching by keyword. (Search by Category) Searches sites by category.
  • Page 73: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Use G to select the site you want to access and then press @ (Select). Pressing D or R returns to the previous screen. Holding down either key for at least one second returns to the Top menu. Select the item you Select the item you want to display and...
  • Page 74: Bookmarking Frequently Accessed Pages

    Bookmarking Frequently Accessed Pages You can save the titles and URLs you often visit, which makes it easy to return to them when you want. When the page you want to bookmark is displayed, press K (Browser menu). Press 1 New bookmark. Some pages cannot be bookmarked.
  • Page 75: Viewing Bookmarked Pages

    Viewing Bookmarked Pages When the standby screen is displayed, press M and then use F to select the EZweb. Press 2 Bookmark. Use G to select the bookmark for the page you want to view and then press @ (Access). aThe cell phone connects to the site.
  • Page 76 /Chaku-Uta ® ® Downloading Chaku-Uta-Full When the standby screen is displayed, press M and then use F to select the EZweb. Press 1 Top Menu. Use G to select (Search by Category) and then press @ (OK). Use G to select ®...
  • Page 77 Follow the instructions that appear on the display. aDownload is completed. Downloaded data is saved automatically to the Data Folder. Press J (Play). aThe downloaded Chaku-Uta-Full ® ® Chaku-Uta plays. Note Note This procedure is only an example for the purpose of explanation and may differ from actual procedures.
  • Page 78: Passenger Seat Navi For People In The Passenger Seat To Check The Route

    (Area Message [no monthly charge]), (Position Search Mail [no monthly charge]) Using the following functions from the W53T, you can check the position of au cell phones that support Position Search and automatically send a notification e-mail to specific au cell phones when entering (or are in) or leaving (or are no longer in) set area within a predetermined period of time.
  • Page 79: Ez Navi Walk For When You Go Out

    Nearby public evacuation areas or the directions to Evacuate Area Map Route Home Map your house can be determined using the map data pre-installed on the W53T ( [Evacuate Area Map] ). Also, various contents can be downloaded from the...
  • Page 80 If you are watching TV indoors, you may be able to improve the reception by moving closer to a window. When you use the Toshiba round-type earphone jack adapter 01, be sure to keep the connector straight when you plug it into the flat-type earphone jack.
  • Page 81: Initializing Au Media Tuner

    Initializing au Media Tuner To use the EZ Television (1 Seg) with the au Media Tuner, initialize both the au Media Tuner and EZ Television (1 Seg). When the standby screen is displayed, hold down V for at least one second. aImportant notes are displayed.
  • Page 82 Watching EZ Television (1 Seg) When the standby screen is displayed, hold down V for at least one second. To Change Channels Use F to change channels. You can select EZ Television (1 Seg) and EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel programs. EZ Television (1 Seg) EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel Changing channels in consecutive order 12ch...
  • Page 83 EZ Television (1 Seg) Basic Operations Launch EZ Television (1 Seg) to begin receiving data broadcasts. Receiving a data broadcast for a short time automatically switches to the data operation screen. After switching to the data operation screen, press [TV operation]) to switch to the TV operation screen. On the TV operation screen, pressing Q switches the display screen.
  • Page 84 Setting Conditions for Enabling the Remote Ctrl Lock You can enable the Remote Ctrl Lock if you call your W53T repeatedly from a registered phone number within a pre-specified period of time. When the standby screen is...
  • Page 85 Use G to select No. of Ring, press @ (Select), enter the number of calls, and then press @ (OK). This sets the number of calls to receive to enable the Remote Ctrl Lock. You can set the number of calls from 03 to 10 (two digits). Use G to select Caller List, press @ (Select), use G to select one of Caller 1 to Caller...
  • Page 86 * You must fill out an application to use the service (the application can be filled out even after losing your cell phone). Note Note The Remote Ctrl Lock cannot be enabled when the W53T is turned off or out of the service area, or Emission OFF is set to ON.
  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Reference Symptom Check Measure Page Charge the battery pack. Is the battery pack charged? Cannot turn on Did you hold down S for at least Hold down S for at least one second. power. one second? Hold down S for at least one second. Is power turned on? Move to a location where (out...
  • Page 88 For more detailed information. visit the following website: - From an au cell phone : Hold down M for at least one second. (Toshiba User Club Site, in Japanese only) - From a PC : http://www.toshiba.co.jp/product/etsg/cmt/faq/top_au.htm (In Japanese only)
  • Page 89: Other Functions

    Basic Manual. Global Expert The W53T supports Global Expert, which is based on the use of au IC-Cards. Global Expert is a global roaming service that enables you to insert and use your au IC-Card in an overseas GSM cell phone. With no special application procedure required or daily/monthly fee charged, payment is simple because call charges are added to your domestic call charges.
  • Page 90: Pc Site Viewer

    EZ FeliCa You can shop with electronic money and use member and point cards. PC Site Viewer You can view websites intended for PCs. EZ keitai-arrange Use this function to collectively set, according to the keitai-arrange file, the screen design and actions for such functions as the standby screen wallpaper, Launcher menu, and EZ Service menu.
  • Page 91: Table Of Contents

    Index Numeric Received mail Replying 1 Seg Viewing attached images E-mail address Available characters Accessories Changing Alert window Entering Entering pictograms Evacuate Navi Battery level EZ Navi Battery pack 10,11,14 EZ Navi Walk EZ password EZ Service menu Camera EZ Television (1 Seg) 78,80 Taking a photo Antenna...
  • Page 92 Premium EZ password Language Launcher menu Remote Ctrl Lock Learning the basics Ring tones Lock No. Changing the type Changing the volume Mail C-mail Security code E-mail Security Lock Service Mail filters Security Navi Simple settings Self style Manner mode Signal strength Sites Bookmarking...
  • Page 93 For inquiries, call: au Customer Service Center For general information and charges (toll free) From regular phones: 0077 - 7 - 111 From cellphones: area code not required Pressing "zero" will connect you to an operator, after calling "157" on your au cellphone. For loss, theft or damage and operation information (toll free)

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