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Contents/
Ready
Phone Call
Inputting
Characters
Address Book/
Pair Function
Mail
Camera
EZweb
EZ Navi
Simple Mode/
Teens Mode
Other
Functions
Basic Manual
Troubleshooting/
Remote Ctrl Lock
Index

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  • Page 1

    Contents/ Ready Phone Call Inputting Characters Address Book/ Pair Function Mail Camera EZweb EZ Navi Simple Mode/ Teens Mode Other Functions Basic Manual Troubleshooting/ Remote Ctrl Lock Index...

  • Page 2

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the W53CA. Before using it for the first time, be sure to read the Basic Manual (this PDF manual) so as to know how to use it correctly. After you finish reading this manual, store it and the printed materials that come with the phone in a safe place for future reference.

  • Page 3: Cellphone Etiquette Mind Your Manners

    Cellphone Etiquette Mind your manners! A cellphone always emits weak radio waves while it is turned on. Enjoy operation of your cellphone without forgetting to be considerate of those around you. Some locations do not allow the use of cellphones. Using a cellphone while driving is dangerous and prohibited by the Traffic Control Law.

  • Page 4: Cellphone Basics Features

    Cellphone Basics Features EZ Navi Camera Hello Messenger Shoot photos and Enjoy meeting with the EZ Navi Walk, record movies, and members using our Passenger Seat Navi, send them by e-mail. original cartoon-like Evacuate Navi and characters. Security Navi allow you Page to get various kinds of location information.

  • Page 5: Manner Mode And Easy Voice Memo

    Manner Mode and Easy Voice Memo Manner Mode Easy Voice Memo If you cannot answer a call, Easy Use Manner Mode to turn off the Voice Memo plays an answering ring tone so as not to bother message and records the caller’s others around you.

  • Page 6: Never Use Your Cellphone While Driving

    Never use your cellphone while driving! Holding a cellphone in your hand, talking on a cellphone, or looking at a cellphone display to send mail or to perform any other operation while driving is prohibited by Japanese law. (Revised Traffic Control Law, effective November 1, 2004) Reading mail or looking Holding a cellphone in at the display.

  • Page 7: Beware Of Spam And One-ring Calls

    Beware of spam and One-ring Calls! If you are getting spam You can set up mail filters to block specific mail or spoof mail. The following are the main features your cellphone uses to block spam. Blocking of “ ” (unsolicited advertisement) mail Blocking of specific mail Blocking of spoof mail...

  • Page 8: Disaster Message Board Service

    Disaster Message Board Service Disaster Message Board The Disaster Message Board lets you use EZweb to register information about your well-being in case of a major disaster. The information you register can be accessed from anywhere in Japan over EZweb or the Internet. When a major disaster strikes, you can use your au cellphone to access the “...

  • Page 9

    Registration Access Disaster Message Board top screen Information registration screen Information screen Registration contents are retained for up to 72 hours. You can register up to 10 entries per phone number. Registering a new entry while there are already 10 registered entries, automatically overwrites the oldest entry.

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Contents Phone Call Making a Call ..........29 Making an International Call ...... 30 Answering a Call ........31 Cellphone Etiquette Redialing (Outgoing Records/Incoming Mind your manners! ........1 Records) ..........32 One-ring Calls ..........32 Cellphone Basics Changing the Ring Tone ......33 Features ............

  • Page 11

    Camera Troubleshooting Using the Camera ........60 If you lose your W53CA ......92 Shooting a Photo ........62 Index Shooting Photos in Viewfinder Position ..63 Viewing Photos .......... 65 Attaching a Photo to an E-mail Message .. 66 EZweb Using EZweb ..........

  • Page 12: Ready

    Checking the Contents of the Package W53CA Battery pack Desktop holder Casio round-type (52CAUAA) (53CAPUA) earphone jack conversion adaptor 03 (03CAQNA) SONY MDR-E0931 (sample) Casio USB cable 01 (01CAHUA) CD-ROM ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ®...

  • Page 13: Names Of Parts

    Names of Parts Front Back Earpiece Display Center key Incoming indicator (LED) Cursor key Built-in antenna Microphone Address book key LED indicator Optical sensor Camera lens Application key EZ/AF lock key Speaker Mail key Memo/Clear key Answer/ End/Power key Pair key FeliCa mark Number keys Battery pack/cover...

  • Page 14: Charging The Battery Pack

    Charging the Battery Pack The battery pack that comes with the phone is not fully charged when you purchase it. Be sure to charge the battery pack before using the W53CA for the first time. Charging takes about 140 minutes. You should recharge the battery pack whenever the battery level icon shows Charge indicator (LED)

  • Page 15: Desktop Holder

    Connect the common AC adaptor 01 (option) to the desktop holder. Check the shape of the connectors to ensure they are aligned correctly before you connect. Trying to force a connection may damage the connectors. Insert the W53CA into the desktop holder. Fold out the power plug of the common AC adaptor 01 (option), and then plug it into a 100V AC power outlet.

  • Page 16: Turning On Power

    Turning On Power Hold down F for at least 1.5 seconds. The message “hang on a sec?” will appear on the display for a short while, followed by the standby screen. Icon Signal Very Out of Strong Medium Weak Strength Weak Range •...

  • Page 17: Security Code And Passwords

    Security Code and Passwords The W53CA lets you use the numbers and passwords described below. Be sure to take steps so you do not to forget your numbers and passwords. You will need them to perform various operations and to access subscription services.

  • Page 18: Selecting English As The Display Language

    Selecting English as the Display Language While the standby screen is displayed, press c. Use a to select “ ” (Settings), and then press c (OK). Press 3 ( (Screen Setup/Display Lighting).

  • Page 19

    Press 4 (Set Language). Press 2 (English). This selects English as the display language. Even if English is selected as the display language, schedule and other dates are displayed in the format year/month/day. Folder names inside of the Data Folder are also displayed in year/month/day format.

  • Page 20: Operation Basics

    Operation Basics Selects news flash telop/ • window. Displays the standby • Key functions shortcut icon. Selects an item. • Displays incoming records. • Returns to the previous Displays outgoing records. • • menu screen. Scrolls forward one menu • Selects an item.

  • Page 21: Display Indicators

    Selects the user defined icons such as calculator, Display Mobile Dictionary, Emission Off Mode, Mode " Settings, Extension Mode, and Note Pad 01 “ ” (information from CASIO), etc. by pressing d and a. Easy Voice Memo on Manner Mode on Ring tone off &...

  • Page 22: Main Menu

    Main Menu Pressing c while the standby screen is displayed displays the main menu. Use a to select the icon, and then press c (OK) to access the function associated with the icon. Music Camera microSD Menu Touch Message EZ FeliCa Menu Data Folder W-Scene Settings Function/Setup...

  • Page 23: Using Menus

    Using Soft Keys Soft keys are the keys you use to execute the functions along with the bottom of the screen. The table below explains how to assign the soft keys to the on-screen functions. Note that the function of each soft key depends on the currently displayed screen.

  • Page 24: Viewfinder Position And Self-portrait Position

    Viewfinder Position and Self-portrait Position You can execute the operations with your W53CA open, set in Viewfinder position or Self-portrait position. Rotate your W53CA display in the direction as illustrated below (within 180 degrees from the normal position). Gently rotate your W53CA display. Otherwise, you may damage your W53CA.

  • Page 25: Using The Direct Camera Menu

    Using the Direct Camera Menu Changing to the Viewfinder position while the standby screen is displayed will cause the “Direct Camera Menu” to appear for about 30 seconds. You can press b to shoot a snapshot or v to display an album.

  • Page 26: Basic Operations In Viewfinder Position

    Basic Operations in Viewfinder Position If you want to use the side keys ( ( , g, f, v, b) to control another application in the Viewfinder position, start up the application before changing to the Viewfinder position. Use g and f in place of j , and v in place of c . To scroll back to the previous screen, press ( .

  • Page 27: Initializing E-mail And Ezweb

    Initializing E-mail and EZweb An EZweb subscription is required to use e-mail, EZweb or other EZ services. If you did not subscribe when you purchased your phone, contact your nearest au shop or the au Customer Service Center. You will be assigned an e-mail address automatically when you perform the EZweb initialization procedure.

  • Page 28: Looking Up Your Current Phone Number And E-mail Address

    Looking Up My phone number and Your Current Phone mail address Number and E-mail Address While the standby screen is displayed, press c. Use a to select “Settings,” and then press c (OK). Press 0 (Profile). Your current phone number and e-mail address appear.

  • Page 29: Changing Your E-mail Address

    Changing Your E-mail Address E-mail address @ezweb.ne.jp Part you can change Domain name While the standby screen is displayed, press L. Press 0 (E-Mail Setup). Press 7 (Other Setup). When the EZweb connection confirmation screen appears, press 1 (Yes). Press 1 ( ) (Change E-mail Address).

  • Page 30

    Enter your Security Code, press c (OK), use j to select “ ” (Send), and then press c (Select). Use j to select “ ” (Accept), and then press c (Select). Use j to select the text box, and then press c (Edit).

  • Page 31: Phone Call Making A Call

    Phone Call Making a Call While the standby screen is displayed, use the number keys (0 to 9) of the keypad to enter the phone number you want to call. When calling a standard phone, you need to enter the area code. Press N.

  • Page 32: Making An International Call

    Making an International Call au International Call Service Available without any additional application Ex: To call 212-123- in the USA 005345 Press N. Area code International access code Country code (USA) Phone number • Calling charges for this service are added to monthly mobile phone calling charges and billed together.

  • Page 33: Answering A Call

    Answering a Call Press N to answer an incoming call. After you finish a call, press F to hang up. Display for Incoming Calls If the caller’s name is in your address book, it appears on the display. If not, only the caller’s phone number is displayed. A message appears when the phone number of the caller is not provided for some reason.

  • Page 34: Redialing (outgoing Records/incoming Records)

    Redialing (Outgoing Records/ Incoming Records) While the standby screen is displayed, press s. r : Displays outgoing records. l : Displays incoming records. Use j to select the record whose number you want to dial, and then press N. The phone stores up to 50 records each for the outgoing records and incoming records.

  • Page 35: Changing The Ring Tone

    Changing the Ring Tone While the standby screen is displayed, press c. Use a to select “Settings,” and then press c (OK). Press 2 (Sound/Vib/LED). Press 1 (Incoming Call).

  • Page 36

    Press 2 (Melody). Press 1 (Fixed Sound). To hear the currently selected ring tone, press % (Check). Use j to select the ring tone you want, and then press c (OK). The ring tone is set. The initial setting is “Incoming Tone1.” You can also download a “Chaku-Uta ®...

  • Page 37: Adjusting The Ring Tone Volume

    Adjusting the Ring Tone Volume To adjust the ring tone volume, perform steps 1 through 3 under “Changing the Ring Tone” (page 33), and then continue with the following steps. Press 1 (Incoming Call). Press 1 (Volume). To hear the ring tone at the current volume setting, press % (Play).

  • Page 38: Adjusting The Earpiece Volume During A Call

    Adjusting the Earpiece Volume during a Call During a call, use j to adjust the volume. u : Increases volume. d : Decreases volume. You can adjust the earpiece volume (level 1-6). When you set the maximum volume, is displayed on the screen. Turning On Manner Mode While Manner Mode is set to on, the phone alerts you to incoming calls by vibrating.

  • Page 39: Turning On Easy Voice Memo

    Turning On Easy Voice Memo While the standby screen is displayed, hold down C for about one second. This turns on Easy Voice Memo, the icon appears on the display while Easy Voice Memo is turned on. You can use Easy Voice Memos (up to 4 memos), and each memo can contain up to 20 seconds recording time.

  • Page 40: Playing An Easy Voice Memo

    Playing an Easy Voice Memo When there is a recorded Easy Voice Memos The message “ Call” and “ EasyVoiceMemo” appear on the standby screen. Select “ Call,” and then press c (OK). The incoming records list appears. Use j to select the record with the icon, and then press c (Disp).

  • Page 41: Inputting Characters

    Inputting Characters Input characters using keypad keys 0 through 9, and *. The table below shows the characters each key cycles through when you press it. Number of Presses ˝ Space & ’ Toggles between upper case and lower case (Example: a Inputs a comma (,), period (.), hyphen (-), tilde ( ~ ), exclamation point (!), question mark (?), or space when the cursor is at a non upper/lower case character.

  • Page 42: Inputting An E-mail Address

    Inputting an E-mail Address Inputting “mark@ezweb.ne.jp” In this example, we will input “mark@ezweb.ne.jp” for “ E-Mail Add1 .” To input “ E-Mail Add1 ,” perform steps 1 through 6 under “Registering an Address Book” (page 43), and then perform the following steps. Input “mark.”...

  • Page 43: Inputting Pictographs And Useful Sentences

    Inputting Pictographs and Useful Sentences The following procedure shows how to input pictographs and useful sentences into the body text when creating a new e-mail message. Press % (Char), and then (Pictograph). You can also select a pictograph by pressing #. Use a to select the pictograph you want, and then press c (Select).

  • Page 44

    Use j to select the useful sentence you want, and then press c (OK). Here we will select “Happy birthday!” You can also input “Happy birthday!” by pressing 17.

  • Page 45: Address Book Registering An Address Book

    Address Book Registering an Address Book While the standby screen is displayed, hold down & for about one second. Select “ Name ,” and then press c (Edit). Enter the name, and then press c (OK). Reading is generated automatically when you enter a name. To input text “Inputting Characters”...

  • Page 46

    Enter the phone number, and then press c (OK). When entering the number of a standard phone, be sure to include the area code. Use j to select “ E-Mail Add1 ,” and then press c (Edit). If you do not want to enter an e-mail address, jump to step 8.

  • Page 47: Editing An Address Book Record

    Editing an Address Address Birthday Book Record Group Example: To edit the phone number of “Tom Carter” While the standby screen is displayed, press &, use a to select the record you want to edit, and then press & (Menu). Press 3 (Modify), and then 1 (Overwrite).

  • Page 48: Adding Outgoing Or Incoming Record Data To The Address Book

    Adding Outgoing or Incoming Record Data to the Address Book While the standby screen is displayed, press s, use j to select the phone number you want to save, and then press & (Menu). r: Displays outgoing records. l: Displays incoming records. Press 4 (Reg Add Book).

  • Page 49: Dialing From The Address Book

    Dialing from the Address Book While the standby screen is displayed, press &, and then use a to select the record whose phone number you want to dial. Press c (Disp). The details screen of the record appears. Use j to select the phone number, and then press N.

  • Page 50: Pair Function

    Pair Function You can save up to five phone numbers (like frequently used ones from the address book). You can make calls or send mails to these saved numbers (called Pair Partners) more easily. Registering a Pair Partner While the standby screen is displayed, press N.

  • Page 51: Making A Phone Call Or Sending Mail To A Pair Partner

    Making a Phone Call or Sending Mail to a Pair Partner While the standby screen is displayed, press N. Use s to select the Pair Partner. Use j to select “Call,” and then press c (OK). Sending E-mail: After selecting “Send E-Mail” and then pressing c (OK), selecting “Create New”...

  • Page 52: Mail

    Mail EZweb subscription required Your W53CA supports two types of mail: e-mail and C-mail. Using E-mail To use e-mail, you need to subscribe to an EZweb service. If you did not subscribe when you purchased your phone, contact your nearest au shop or the au Customer Service Center.

  • Page 53: Using C-mail

    Using C-mail C-mail lets you exchange text messages that contain up to 50 double-byte characters (100 single-byte characters) with another au cellphone that supports C-mails. Page You will be charged each time you send C-mail. C-mail Center C-mail Center C-mail Center C-mail Center C-mail Center C-mail Center...

  • Page 54: Creating And Sending E-mail Messages

    Creating and Sending E-mail Messages While the standby screen is displayed, press L, and then press 1 (Create New). Select , and then press c (Edit). : Address to which the e-mail will be sent. You can send an e-mail up to five addressees at a time.

  • Page 55

    Use j to select , and then press c (Edit). : Subject of the e-mail message. Enter the subject, and then press c (OK). Use j to select , and then press c (Edit). : Body of the e-mail message. Enter the body text, and then press c (OK).

  • Page 56: Reading Received E-mail Messages

    Reading Received E-mail Messages When you receive an e-mail The message “ E-Mail” and Received appear on the standby screen. e-mail icon Select “ E-Mail,” and then press c (OK). Press c (OK). : Indicates an unread message. : Indicates an already read message. Use j to select the unread e-mail you want to view, and then press c (Disp).

  • Page 57: Reading An E-mail Message With An Attached Photo

    Reading an E-mail Message with an Attached Photo Use j to select the e-mail message, and then press c (Disp). Use j to select the attached data and then press c (Select). Use j to select a file name, and then press c (Play). Depending on the size of the attached data, it may not come in at the same time as the mail message.

  • Page 58: Replying To A Received E-mail Message

    Replying to a Received E-mail Message To reply to an e-mail message, perform steps 1 through 3 under “Reading Received E-mail Messages” (page 54), and then perform the following steps. Press % (Reply). is prefixed with “Re:,” and the body text of the e-mail is quoted. Press c (Edit), and then enter the body text.

  • Page 59: Avoiding Spam

    Avoiding Spam It is recommended that you use our mail filter function to block spam. You can use “supportive settings” to easily configure mail filter settings by answering questions that appear on the display. Configuring Mail Filter Settings Example: To access the “ ”...

  • Page 60: Creating And Sending C-mail Messages

    Creating and Sending Hold down C-mail Messages . . . While the standby screen is displayed, hold down L for about one second, and then press 1 (Create New). Select , and then press c (Edit). Press 1 (Address Book), use a to select an addressee, and then press c (Select).

  • Page 61: Reading Received C-mail Messages

    Use j to select , and then press c (Edit). Enter the body text, and then press c (OK). Press % (Send) or N. When the C-mail reaches the other party, the message “Completed.” appears, and the message is stored in your sending records.

  • Page 62: Camera

    Camera The W53CA has a 5.1-megapixel camera with approximately 5.15 million effective pixels and powerful functions to support various types of digital imaging. You can attach the photos that you record to e-mail messages. Using the Camera Shooting a Photo (page 62) Shooting Photos in Viewfinder Position (page 63) Use your images for W53CA functions! You can use photos you shot for...

  • Page 63

    Tips for Better Photos Shooting with W53CA open Shooting in the Viewfinder position Do not cover the lens or optical sensor Do not cover the lens or with your hands. Hold the camera optical sensor with your hands. Hold the camera securely with both hands.

  • Page 64: Shooting A Photo

    Shooting a Photo While the standby screen is displayed, press c, use a to select “Camera,” and then press c (OK). Press 1 (Photo), and then point the lens at the subject. Press c (Shutter). The phone emits a shutter sound. Note that the phone emits the shutter sound even if it is in Manner Mode.

  • Page 65: Shooting Photos In Viewfinder Position

    Shooting Photos in Viewfinder Position The phone’s Viewfinder position provides all the feel of shooting with a digital camera. While the standby screen is displayed, change to the Viewfinder position. For details about changing to the Viewfinder position, see “Viewfinder Position and Self-portrait Position” (page 22). Changing to the Viewfinder position causes the Direct Camera Menu (page 23) to appear for about 30 seconds.

  • Page 66

    Press b (Save). The display shows the message “Saved to data folder (Phone).” and then returns to the photo monitor screen. Photo you shoot are saved to the “Photo Folder,” which is in the Data Folder. If the photo is not what you want to take, press (. Next, repeat step 3 to redo.

  • Page 67: Viewing Photos

    Viewing Photos While the standby screen is displayed, press c, use a to select “Data Folder,” and then press c (OK). Use j to select “Photo Folder,” and then press c (Detail). Selecting “All Data” displays a list of all photos in the “Photo Folder.”...

  • Page 68: Attaching A Photo To An E-mail Message

    Attaching a Photo to an E-mail Message Perform the procedure from step 1 to 3 under “Shooting a Photo” (page 62), and then perform the following steps. Press % (E-Mail), and then press 1 (Attach). Photos you shoot are stored in the “Photo Folder”...

  • Page 69: Ezweb

    EZweb EZweb subscription required Using EZweb To use EZweb, you need to subscribe to an EZweb beforehand. If you did not subscribe when you purchased your phone, contact your nearest au shop or the au Customer Service Center. In addition to an EZweb subscription, you also need to perform an initialization procedure before you can use EZweb.

  • Page 70: Displaying The Ez Top Menu

    Displaying the EZ Top Menu While the standby screen is displayed, press R, use s to select “EZweb,” and then press 1 (Top Menu). (Search by keyword) Provides information search function by keywords (Search by category) Searches for a site by category (Search by useful EZ services) Introduces useful, amusing and recommended services special to EZweb...

  • Page 71: Bookmarking Sites You Frequently Access

    Bookmarking Sites You Bookmark Frequently Access Display favorite sites you want to bookmark, and press & (BrowserMenu). Press 1 (New bookmark). You may not be able to bookmark some sites. Press & (Reg). Use j to select a folder, and then press c (OK). The message “Registered.”...

  • Page 72: Viewing A Bookmarked Site

    Viewing a Bookmarked Site While the standby screen is displayed, press R. Use s to select “EZweb,” and then press 2 (Bookmark(s)). Use j to select a site or folder, and then press c (OK). If you selected a folder, use j to select a site, and then press c (OK).

  • Page 73: Downloading Chaku-uta Chaku-uta-full

    ® Downloading Chaku-Uta ® Chaku-Uta-Full ® ® To download a Chaku-Uta /Chaku-Uta-Full perform step 1 under “Displaying the EZ Top Menu” (page 68), and then perform the following steps. Use j to select “ ” (Search by Category), and then press c (OK). Use j to select “...

  • Page 74: Ez Navi

    EZ Navi EZweb subscription required EZ Navi Features EZ Navi uses global positioning system (GPS) information to provide you with useful information. Use s to PressR. select “ EZnavi.” Standby screen EZweb menu EZ Navi menu Checking your route: Passenger Seat Navi Passenger Seat Navi makes it possible for the passenger (non-driver) in a motor vehicle to check route information to a destination using both voice and map guides.

  • Page 75: Ez Navi Walk

    EZ Navi Walk A menu of useful options you can use while you are out. Searchable source of a route guidance (voice navigation) (Navigation) to your destination, shops, and facilities You can view a map of your current location or any other (free) (View Map) location.

  • Page 76: Simple Mode

    Simple Mode Simple Mode lets you limit operations to the telephone function, address book, camera, e-mail, C-mail, EZweb, and other frequently used functions, which simplifies operations. Entering Simple Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press c, use a to select “Settings,” and then press c (OK).

  • Page 77: Exiting Simple Mode

    Exiting Simple Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press c. Use j to select “SETTINGS,” and then press c (Select). Press * (SimpleModeOFF). Press 1 (Yes). This returns to Usual Mode.

  • Page 78: Using The Simple Mode Main Menu

    Using the Simple Mode Main Menu For composing For using the and reading e-mail address book, and C-mail outgoing records messages, and for and incoming changing e-mail records, and for addresses registering data in the address book For checking the latest news For selecting the information...

  • Page 79: Adding Data To The Address Book In Simple Mode

    Adding Data to the Address Book in Simple Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press &, press 2 (Register), and then press c (Fix). Enter the name, and then press c (OK). To input text “Inputting Characters” (page 39) Check the reading of the name you inputted, press c (OK), and then press...

  • Page 80

    Press 3 (Input by Myself). You can also select data in sending records or receiving records. To go without saving e-mail address, press 4 (Not Input) and perform step 7. Enter the e-mail address, and then press c (OK). To input an e-mail address “Inputting an E-mail Address”...

  • Page 81: Using The Address Book In Simple Mode

    Using the Address Book in Simple Mode Example: To view a record in address book While the standby screen is displayed, press & , and then press 1 (Look). Use a to select the address book record you want to view, and then press c (Select).

  • Page 82: Creating And Sending E-mail Messages In Simple Mode

    Creating and Sending E-mail Messages in Simple Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press L. Press 1 (E-Mail). Press 1 (Create Mail). Press 1 (Address Book). You can select an addresses from sending/receiving records, or you can manually enter an address.

  • Page 83

    Use a to select an addressee, and then press c (Select). When you have already registered two or more e-mail addresses in the address book (in Usual Mode/Teens Mode), setting to Simple Mode displays only the e-mail address you usually use. Press c (Select).

  • Page 84

    Enter the body text, and then press c (OK). To input text “Inputting Characters” (page 39) Press 3 (Not Attach). Pressing c (OK) displays a confirmation screen. In case of attaching some data with e-mail, operate the followings. (Data Folder): You can select a photo saved in the Data Folder and attach it to the e- mail message.

  • Page 85: Shooting A Photo In Simple Mode

    Shooting a Photo in Simple Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press c, use j to select “CAMERA,” and then press c (Select). Press 1 (Photo), and then press 1 (Photo1). Wallpaper Photo1 Photo2 WVGA Wallpaper Photo3 Point the lens at the subject, and then press c (Shutter).

  • Page 86: Viewing Photos In Simple Mode

    Viewing Photos in Simple Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press c, use j to select “DATA FOLDER,” and then press c (Select). Press 1 (Data Folder). Use j to select “Photo Folder,” and then press c (Select). Selecting “All Data” displays a list of all photos in the Photo Folder.

  • Page 87

    Use a to select the photo you want to view, and then press c (Menu). Press 1 (Play). The photo appears. 2 (Delete): Deletes data. 3 (Attach E-Mail): Displays a screen for composing an e-mail message with an attachment. To create an e-mail message Perform the procedure starting from step 4 under “Creating and Sending E-mail Messages in Simple Mode”...

  • Page 88: Teens Mode

    Teens Mode Teens Mode can be used to block spam, and to block inadvertent access to phone numbers and URLs included inside mail messages. Teens Mode can also be used to restrict call time and the number of sending mail. Using Teens Mode Teens Mode can be used to restrict mail reception and display contents.

  • Page 89: Turning On Teens Mode

    Turning on Teens Mode While the standby screen is displayed, press c, use a to select “Settings,” and then press c (OK). Press 5 (User Support), and then 4 (Mode Setup). Press 3 (Teens Mode). Press 1 (SwitchTeensMode), and enter the lock No., and press c (OK).

  • Page 90: Other Functions

    Other Functions Security Setup Features With Security Setup, you can make a phone call to preregistered numbers or use high-volume buzzer just holding down 0 for about one second. Safety Buzzer You can use W53CA as high-volume emergency buzzer by holding down 0 for at least one second while the standby screen is displayed.

  • Page 91: Extension Mode

    The Safety Buzzer will sound through the W53CA’s speaker while the Casio round-type earphone jack conversion adapter 03 and the SONY MDR-E0931, flat-type switched earphone microphone (option), or flat- type stereo earphones microphone (option) is connected. Even when Manner Mode is on, Safety Buzzer sounds.

  • Page 92

    In addition to the functions covered in this Basic Manual, your W53CA also has the following features. Global Expert Touch Message W53CA supports Global Expert based Send and receive messages, Address on au IC-Card. Book data, Schedule data and Data Global Expert is an international Folder data, and other data with roaming service for the customers to...

  • Page 93: Troubleshooting

    For more detailed information, visit one for the following CASIO websites. • On your W53CA phone, go to http://ez.casio.jp/faq/ (CASIO Cellphone FAQ). (Japanese only) • On your computer, go to http://k-tai.casio.jp/faq/ (CASIO Cellphone FAQ). (Japanese only)

  • Page 94: If You Lose Your W53ca

    If you lose your W53CA Configuring “Lock by Incoming” settings for Remote Ctrl Lock makes it possible to perform a remote operation that activates Auto Lock and FeliCa lock to lock the W53CA. This helps to avoid unauthorized use of your phone and its features.

  • Page 95

    Press 3 (Num of Incoming), input the number of calls you want to specify, and then press c (OK). You can set how many times you should repeat making a call to activate Remote Ctrl Lock. You can set it from 3 to 10 calls. Using Remote Operation to Lock the W53CA with Auto Lock and FeliCa Lock After using the procedure under “Configuring...

  • Page 96

    Using the Security Lock Service to Activate Remote Ctrl Lock With the Security Lock Service, you can activate Auto Lock and FeliCa Lock remotely by placing a call to an au Customer Service Center or with your computer even if your phone is not configured for Lock by Incoming. The Security Lock Service is free.

  • Page 97: Index

    Inputting characters ......39 Casio round-type earphone jack Inputting an e-mail address ..... 40 conversion adaptor 03 ....10 Inputting pictographs ....... 41 Casio USB cable 01 ......10 Inputting useful sentences ....41 Cellphone etiquette ......1 International call ....... 30 Chaku-Uta ®...

  • Page 98

    One-ring Calls ....... 5, 32 Vibrating ..........36 Operation basics ......18 Viewfinder position ..... 22, 24 Outgoing records ......32 Pair Function ........48 Making a phone call ......49 Registering a Pair Partner ....48 Sending mail ........49 Phone call ..........

  • Page 99: General Information

    (toll free) From au cellphones: (toll free) Sales: KDDI Corporation Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company Manufactured by CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Cellphone and PHS operators collect and recycle unused telephones, batteries and battery chargers at stores bearing the MN6370YAA-1 logo regardless of brand and...

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