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E-mail setting
To use E-mail (@ezweb.ne.jp), subscription to LTE NET is required. If you
did not subscribe it when you purchased the product, contact an au shop
or Customer Service Center.
This is a service with which you can send/receive mails using E-mail
(@ezweb.ne.jp). Your E-mail address is determined automatically after
initial setting. You can change the E-mail address later.
* For model change from au phone, E-mail address used on the previous model can
be used continuously after initial settings.
Initial settings
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After E-mail initial settings,
your E-mail address
appears.
From the Home
Check the contents
screen, [
]
[
(Connect)]
Checking E-mail address
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From the Home
[
]
[E-mail information]
screen, [
]
[E-mail settings]
Check your E-mail
address
Importing contacts
Transfer (import) contacts data from your previous au phone to this
product using microSD memory card, au Micro IC Card (LTE), etc.
When an external storage is connected, you can import from "USB
storage".
* Save contacts data to a microSD card or au Micro IC Card (LTE) in advance.
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From the Home
[Contacts]
[Import]
screen, [
]
* [
]
[Import contacts] for
the second time or later.
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5
6
Select data location
[Local contact]/
Select a vCard file
Synchronized account
[OK]
* Depending on the
data location, you
* If you do not set any
* Contacts are imported.
may need to select
accounts, contacts
contacts to import.
will be saved to "Local
contact".
Changing E-mail address
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From the Home
[
]
[Other settings]
screen, [
]
[
(Connect)]
[E-mail settings]
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6
[E
Enter the security code
Enter E-mail
(Change
[
(Send)]
Check the
address
[
E-mail address)]
contents
[
(I agree)]
(Send)]
[OK]
PC-mail
You can use mail addresses except for E-mail (@ezweb.ne.jp).
You need to set up a PC-mail account to use PC-mail. For the first time
use, make settings as follows.
From the Home screen, tap [
]
[Email (
)]
Enter Email address and
password
[Next]
[Next]
Enter account name and display name
[Next]
* For details, refer to the "Instruction Manual" (Japanese) application
installed on the product or "
(Full Instruction Manual)"
(Japanese) available on the au homepage.
Exporting contacts
Save (export) contacts etc. regularly to microSD memory card etc. to
secure your data.
When an external storage is connected, you can export to "USB storage".
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From the Home
[Contacts]
[
]
[Export
screen, [
]
contacts]
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5
Select a location to
Confirm contents
export
[OK]
* If you select "SIM
* Contacts will be exported.
card", select
In the step 4, if you select "Internal storage",
contacts and tap
data is saved in "/storage/emulated/0/System/
"Export" and then
PIM/", if you select "SD card", data is saved in
follow the onscreen
"/storage/removable/sdcard1/System/PIM/".
instructions.
Backing up Email
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From the Home
[Backup/Restore]
[
]
screen, [
]
[E-mail settings]
4
5
[Backup]
[OK]
Mark to back up
mails
[OK]
Data is saved in the internal storage (/storage/emulated/0/private/au/
email/BU).
If a microSD memory card is attached, data is saved in the microSD card
(/storage/removable/sdcard1/PRIVATE/au/email/BU).
Sending or receiving contacts via infrared communication
You can send/receive contacts etc. to another phone that has infrared
communication function.
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From the Home
[Infrared]
Check
[Send]/[Receive]/
screen, [
]
the contents
[OK]
[Receive several]
Receiving
Infrared port
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5
6
When you select
Point infrared
When data
"Receive several",
ports towards
received, [Yes]
enter Authentication
* Data is saved.
each other
Depending on
passcode (4 digit
the data, you may
number agreed with
need to select a
other party)
[OK]
saving location.
* If you select "Receive", go
to the step 5.
Sending
4
[Myself]/[Contact]/[All contacts]
* If you select "All contacts", enter Authentication passcode.
5
Point infrared ports towards each other
* Data will be sent.
Making a call
Direct input calling
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From the Home
Enter a phone
number
[
]
screen, [
]
Calling from Contacts
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Phone number input
Tap a party to
Tap a phone
call
screen, [
]
number
Calling from call log
Tap a phone number of the party from call log displayed on the phone
number input screen.
Calling overseas from au phones
(au International Call Service)
You can make international calls without any special procedure from the product.
On the phone number input screen
Enter an access code, country
code, area code*, and the phone number of the other party
[
]
* If the area code starts with "0", dial it without including the "0". (There are some
exceptions such as fixed-line phones in Italy or Moscow).
Backing up to microSD memory card
Use the "File Commander" application to back up data saved in the
product to a microSD memory card.
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From the Home
[File Commander]
Slide the screen
screen, [
]
* A registration screen appears
right
[Internal
when activating for the first time.
storage]
Select
Follow the onscreen instructions.
a folder
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Mark files
Slide the screen
[
]
[Paste] on the
[
]/[
]
right
[SD card]
desired location
* You can create a new folder
by tapping [
]
[Folder].
When recovering backed up data, files in the microSD memory
card are copied to original locations. To recover email, use an email
application to restore backup.
Receiving a call
Receiving a call
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On the receiving
Start a call
To end the call,
screen, drag
[End call]
"
" right
Rejecting a call
When you reject receiving calls, the caller hears a guidance of no
response, etc.
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On the receiving screen,
drag "
" left
* The call is rejected,
then caller hears the
guidance.
Saving battery power
Use Quick settings widget to set Wi-Fi
®
function, Bluetooth
®
function,
backlight, mobile data communication, etc. Switching the settings
frequently can reduce the battery power consumption.
Adding Quick settings widget
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Long-touch an area of
[Tools]
[Quick settings]
the Home screen where
no icons are displayed
[Widgets]
Quick settings widget
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi
®
On/Off
®
Bluetooth: Bluetooth
On/Off
Backlight: Backlight brightness level adjustment
Data communication: Mobile data
communication On/Off
Sound: Silent mode (Vibrate/Mute) On/Off
GPS: GPS On/Off
Airplane mode: Airplane mode On/Off
Roaming: Data roaming On/Off

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