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									               Before Use


               How to Use
               the Phone



W22SA          Address Book



Basic Manual   Mail



               Camera



               EZweb



               EZchannel



               EZnaviwalk



               FM Radio


               Infrared Data
               Exchange Feature


               Inputting Text



               Troubleshooting


               Other Features/
               Index
      Preface
      Thank you very much for purchasing the W22SA.
      Before using your W22SA, be sure to read the W22SA Basic Manual (PDF manual) to
      ensure correct use of your W22SA. After you have finished reading this manual, store
      this PDF manual and the printed manuals in a safe place so you can retrieve them
      whenever you need them.
      Contact the au shop or the au Customer Service Center for replacements if you lose
      either of these manuals.



          Printed Manuals for W22SA (Japanese)
      The W22SA comes with the Basic Manual and a Manual.



       W22SA Basic Manual
      Equivalent to this English PDF manual.                                    W22SA




       W22SA Manual                                             W22SA
      An English version is not available.




       Information
      The upper or lower part of screens may be omitted in screen illustrations shown in this
      manual. Also, font or indications may be different from those on the actual screen or may
      be partly omitted.

102
Manners for Using Mobile Phones
A mobile phone always generates weak electric waves while its
power is ON.
Be considerate of others and the environment around you, and
have fun using your mobile phone safely.
 There are places where the use            Consider where to use your
 of mobile phones is prohibited.           mobile phone and be careful of
 • Do not use mobile phones while you      how loudly you talk.
   are driving. Doing so is dangerous      • Do not make calls in cinemas,
   and also forbidden by law.                theaters, museums, libraries and other
 • Be sure to turn your mobile phone         similar places. Turn your mobile
   OFF before you board airplanes.           phone OFF or set it to the manner
   The use of cell phones onboard            mode to prevent others around you
   airplanes is forbidden by law.            from being inconvenienced by ring
                                             tones for incoming calls or mail.




                                           • When on a crowded street, use your
 Electric waves from mobile                  mobile phone in places where you
 phones may adversely                        do not prevent others from passing.
 influence medical devices                 • When on a train or in a hotel lobby,
 and equipment.                              move to areas where you will not
 • People with a pacemaker may be            bother others around you.
   close to you in crowded places such     • Take care not to talk too loudly
   as trains. Turn your mobile phone         during conversations.
   OFF in such places.
 • Abide by the instructions of
   hospitals and other medical
   institutions where it is forbidden to
   use or carry mobile phones.

                                           • Get permission from persons who
                                             will appear in photographs or
                                             movies before you take
                                             photographs or record movies of
                                             others with your mobile phone.




                                                                                      1
    Basics of the Mobile Phone
    What You Can Do with the W22SA
    Mail                     Camera                   EZchannel
    You can send mails to    You can take             You can automatically
    other mobile phones or   photographs and easily   receive information
    personal computers.      send them by E-mail.     by simply registering
                                                      programs.




                                 Page 54
       Page 39
                                                          Page 72




    EZweb                                             FM Radio
    You can access the       EZnaviwalk               You can readily
    internet to check the    You can identify         enjoy FM Radio.
    news or download         where you are and
    Chaku-Uta and           follow vocal
    wallpaper.               navigation aids until
                             reaching your
                             destination.




       Page 65                  Page 80                   Page 84


2
Useful Manner Mode and Answer Phone

  Manner Mode
With manner mode, you can set the ringer not to sound so as not to bother the
people around you.
Press C for more than one second
while the standby screen is displayed.




                      Page 28



  Answer Phone
The caller can leave a message when you cannot answer the phone.
Press y for more than one second while
the standby screen is displayed.                         “I can’t answer
                                                         the phone right now.”
                                                         (Japanese)

                                            y


                      Page 29




Making Rear Key Operation Invalid

  Making Rear Key Operation Invalid
To carry the W22SA closed in your bag, press c for more than one second to
prevent key misoperation.

                      Page 17


                                                                                 3
    Check the Power, Reception and Battery
      Keep the “power” ON for normal use.
    Keep the power ON to make or answer calls.
    Press F for more than one second.




                          Page 11



      Confirm the “electric waves”.
    It is sometimes difficult to receive electric waves in some places even within
    a service area.
          indicates the reception state.




                           Page 11



      Confirm the “battery” level.
    If the remaining battery power is too low, you may not be able to use the
    phone properly.
         indicates the remaining battery
    power.




                           Page 11

4
Beware of Junk Mail and One-Ring Calls!
  If you receive junk mail…
Using the mail filter function, you can reject mail sent from specific addresses
or mail that bears “                    (Unsolicited Ad)” in the title, which is the
biggest source of junk mail.
The following mail functions are available for preventing arrival of junk mail.
• “                         ” : Rejects
               (Unsolicited Ad) mail.
• “                     ” : Rejects mail
   sent from specified addresses.
   • “               ” : Accepts only
     mails sent from specified
     addresses.
   • “               ” : Rejects mails
     sent from specified addresses.

                        Page 48



  If you receive a call from an unknown number…
It may be a “One-Ring Call” intended to trick you into calling back and accessing
unwanted pay programs.
If a one-ring call is received,   is
displayed in the received record.




                        Page 23




                                                                                       5
    Contents
                     Manners for Using Mobile Phones ..................................... 1

    Basics of the    What You Can Do with the W22SA .................................... 2
    Mobile Phone     Useful Manner Mode and Answer Phone .......................... 3
                     Making Rear Key Operation Invalid ................................... 3
                     Check the Power, Reception and Battery .......................... 4
                     Beware of Junk Mail and One-Ring Calls! ......................... 5

    Contents                                                                                               6

    Before Use       Confirming the Package Contents ..................................... 8
                     Names of Parts .................................................................. 9
                     Charging the Battery Pack ............................................... 10
                     Turning the Power ON/OFF ............................................. 11
                     About the Default Settings ............................................... 11
                     Switching the Screen Display to English .......................... 12
                     Basic Usage of the Phone ............................................... 14
                     Preventing Key Misoperation While the W22SA is Closed .... 17
                     Icons ................................................................................ 17
                     Setting the E-mail and EZweb Default Settings ............... 18
                     Confirming Your Phone Number and E-mail Address ...... 19
                     Changing Your E-mail Address ........................................ 20

    How to Use the   Making Calls .................................................................... 22
    Phone            Answering Calls ............................................................... 22
                     Calling Back (Outgoing Calls/Incoming Calls) ................. 23
                     Countermeasure for One-Ring Calls ............................... 23
                     Changing Ringer Type ..................................................... 24
                     Adjusting Ringer Volume .................................................. 27
                     Adjusting the Other Party’s Voice Volume ........................ 28
                     Setting the Manner Mode ................................................ 28
                     Using Answer Phone ....................................................... 29
                     Playing Back/Erasing Messages on Answer Phone ........ 30

    Address Book     Storing Data in the Address Book .................................... 32
                     Making a Call to a Saved Phone Number ........................ 35
                     Editing Address Book Data .............................................. 36
                     Registering Data from Outgoing/Incoming Calls .............. 38

                     E-mail ............................................................................... 39
    Mail
                     Creating and Sending E-mail ........................................... 40
                     Reading Received E-mail ................................................ 43
                     Reading E-mail from the Inbox ........................................ 45
                     Replying to Received E-mail ............................................ 46
                     Blocking Junk Mail ........................................................... 48
                     C-mail .............................................................................. 49
                     Creating and Sending C-mail ........................................... 50
                     Reading Received C-mail ................................................ 52
                     Reading C-mail from the Inbox ........................................ 53
6
What You Can Do with the Camera                                                                               54
Camera                      Taking Photos .................................................................. 60
                            Recording Movies ............................................................ 61
                            Viewing Recorded Images ............................................... 63
                            Attaching a Photo or Movie to an E-mail Message .......... 64
                            Photo Mail ........................................................................ 64

EZweb                       EZweb .............................................................................. 65
                            Understanding Basic Operations ..................................... 66
                            Viewing Information Sites ................................................ 67
                            Downloading Chaku-Uta ................................................ 68
                            Bookmarking Frequently-Accessed Sites ........................ 70
                            Accessing Bookmarked Sites .......................................... 70
                            Viewing Charges .............................................................. 71

What You Can Do with EZchannel                                                                                72
EZchannel                   Registering Programs ...................................................... 74
                            Playing Back Programs .................................................... 76
                            Saving Programs ............................................................. 78

What You Can Do with EZnaviwalk                                                                               80
EZnaviwalk                  Registering Your Home as the Place Where You Are ....... 82
                            Checking Ways to Return Home ...................................... 83

FM Radio                    Listening to FM Radio ...................................................... 84
                            Ending the FM Radio ....................................................... 85
                            Recording from FM Radio ................................................ 86
                            Playing Back Recorded Audio .......................................... 87

Infrared Data    How to Use ...................................................................... 88
Exchange Feature Sending Data ................................................................... 90
                            Receiving Data ................................................................ 91

Inputting Text              Switching Over the Character Type to Enter .................... 92
                            Entering Kana .................................................................. 92
                            Entering Kanji .................................................................. 94
                            Entering E-mail Addresses .............................................. 95
                            Entering Pictographs ....................................................... 97
                            Inputting Fixed Expressions ............................................. 98

Troubleshooting                                                                                               99

Other Features                                                                                              100
Index                                                                                                       102


                                                                                                                      7
             Before Use
Before Use




             Confirming the Package Contents
             The W22SA phone and accessories are included in the package.


                  W22SA Phone                 Battery Pack             SANYO AC Adapter 03




                                         (Assembled inside of phone)




                 Desktop Holder             SANYO Flat-type            Warranty (Japanese)
                                          Stereo Earphones 02



                                                                       Precautions in Use
                                                                          (Japanese)




               Basic Manual (Japanese)     Manual (Japanese)           CD-ROM (Japanese)


                       W22SA                       W22SA
                                                                             W22SA CD-ROM




      8
Names of Parts




                                                                             Before Use
   Receiver (Earpiece)
                                             Infrared Port




         Main Display




                                             Center Key
         Flexible Keys
                                             Cursor Key
             Mail Key
                                             EZ Key
    Clear/Manner Key
                                             Power/End Key
             Start Key


             Dial Keys


          Microphone




                              Built-in Antenna
     Incoming Illuminator
          Built-in Camera
                                                             Flat-type
                                                             Earphone-
      Camera Key
                                                             Microphone
       Flash/Pocket Light                                    Jack
      Side
      Clear Key                                                  External
                                                                 Connector
              Sub Display
             (Back-panel)

      Feather Touch Keys
     Backside Center Key    Speakers   Battery Pack (Built-in)
                                                                             9
             Charging the Battery Pack
             The battery pack is not fully charged at the time of purchase.
Before Use




             When you use the W22SA for the first time or when the battery level is low, charge the
             battery pack with the dedicated charger.

                 How to Charge the Battery Pack
                     Connect the SANYO AC Adapter 03 to the Desktop Holder.
                           Check the pin configuration and orientation of the connector before
                           connecting the adapter.


                     Plug the power plug of the SANYO AC Adapter 03 into an AC outlet.

                     Attach the W22SA phone in which the battery pack is
                     installed to the Desktop Holder.
                           To detach, hold down the Desktop Holder and detach the W22SA phone.



                                               The W22SA phone                Incoming illuminator
                                               with battery pack              (light is red)
                                               attached




                                            SANYO AC Adapter 03                 Desktop Holder


                         AC outlet




             • Incoming illuminator stays lit (red). Charging in progress.
             • The light goes off.  Charging completed.


              Information
             The battery pack can also be charged by directly inserting
             the SANYO AC Adapter 03 connector into the external
             connector on the W22SA phone.

  10
Turning the Power ON/OFF




                                                                                                 Before Use
           Press F for more than one
           second.

                                                                             <Standby Screen>
Check the battery level.


   High       Medium         Low          Zero      Charging

Check electric wave reception.


  Strong      Medium        Weak                     Out
                                        Very weak service of
                                                          area
                                                                  Electric
                                                                 wave OFF

• When “          ”or “   ” is displayed, you cannot make or receive calls.
• When “      ” is displayed, you may not be able to make or receive calls.


   Turning the Power OFF
Press F for more than one second.


About the Default Settings
When purchased, the W22SA is configured with the following default settings.
Lock No.                                            1234
Font Size                 Entry Size                Large
                          Mail Display              Medium
                          EZweb Display             Medium
                          AddressBookList           Large
                          Phone No.Entry            Large
CallerID Notice                                     ON
Call Notice               Call Ringer               Etude “Revolutionary”
                          Ringer Volume             Level3
                          Call Image                Grafigure
                          Vibrator                  OFF (In the Manner Mode Ptn1 Med)
                          Lamp                      Prior Data/Color3

                                                                                                11
             Switching the Screen Display to English
             Menus, messages and other screen displays can be switched between Japanese and
Before Use




             English.


                        Press c (1) while the
                        standby screen is
                        displayed.
                           The               (Main Menu)
                           appears.



                        Use a to select “
                        (Basic Settings)” and press
                        c (4).
                           The           (Basic Settings)
                           screen appears.



                        Use j to select “
                        (Screen)” and press
                        c (4).
                           The          (Screen) screen
                           appears.




  12
                                   Before Use
Use j to select “Set
Language” and press
c (4).
   The Set Language settings
   screen appears.



Use j to select “English”
and press c (z).
   The screen display is set to
   English.




                                  13
             Basic Usage of the Phone
Before Use




                 Basic Operation
             Various functions and settings of the W22SA can be operated by selecting an item with
             the cursor keys (a) and pressing the center key (c).
             In this Basic Manual, the usage of the cursor and center keys is indicated as follows.

             <Example> Press the up or down key              j

                           Press the left or right key       s

                           Press the center key              c

                 Flexible Keys
             Use these keys to operate items indicated in the lower part of the main display.
             The displayed items may differ depending on the screen.

                                                      In the case shown in the figure on the left:
                                                      Press the corresponding key for the below
                                                      indicated functions.

                                                      y q                    C


                                                         L         c           R


                 How to Use the Keys
                                                      Displaying the launcher menu, Increasing receiver
                                                      volume, Accessing the Shortcut Menu
                                                      Accessing the address book/Register New
                                                      Accessing the Incoming Calls/Received Records
                                                      Accessing E-Mail Menu/C-Mail Menu
                                                      Viewing new messages, Decreasing receiver volume,
                                                      Accessing the Calendar
                                                      Making/Answering calls
                                                      Erasing characters, Canceling operations, Setting or
                                                      releasing the manner mode
                                                      Loading the EZappli (BREW) or the menu
                                                      Accessing the Outgoing Calls/Sent Records
                                                      Connecting to EZweb
                                                      Powering ON/OFF or ending calls
                                                      Entering phone numbers or characters
                                                      Accessing the photo mode
                                                      Setting or canceling the Answer Phone, Turning ON the
                                                      pocket light, Audible confirmation of the current time and
                                                      incoming calls/mails, Accessing the Memo Menu

  14
   Using the Main Menu
Pressing c (q) while the standby screen is displayed launches the Main Menu.
Use the cursor keys (a) to select an item from the Main Menu, then press the center




                                                                                              Before Use
key (c) to enter and access the selected function.

                                                          Use a to select
                       c                                    an item, then
                      (q)                                 press c (x)
                                                              to enter it.




                       C                                       C


 <Standby Screen>                      <Main Menu>
                                                                                      F


Press C to return to the previous screen if you get confused or make a wrong operation.
Press F to return to the standby screen.



   How to Use the Launcher Menu
With the W22SA, the launcher menu can be conveniently used to access service menus.
Launcher Menu                         Icon                             Service Menu

                                         Mail                          E-Mail Menu

                                         EZchannel                     EZchannel Menu
                                                            Use s to
                         Use u to                           select an
                                         EZmovie            icon, then EZmovie Menu
                         access the
                         functions                          press c
                         at right.       EZweb              (x) to EZ Menu
                                                            enter it.
                                         EZnaviwalk                    EZnaviwalk Menu

                                         Chaku-Uta-Full                Chaku-Uta-Full Menu




                                                                                             15
                Operation While the W22SA is Closed
             When operating or setting from the sub display, select a desired item with the feather
             touch keys (m) and press the backside center key (b).
Before Use




               You can operate by gently pressing the feather touch keys (m).
               In this Basic Manual, usage of the feather touch keys and the center key are indicated
               as follows.

             <Example> Press the up or down key            k

                             Press the left or right key   i

                             Press the center key          b

                             Press the side clear key      y




                How to Use the Main Menu of the Sub Display
             Pressing b enables you to work with Main Menu on the sub display. Use k to select
             an item and b to set it.
                                                                  Use k to select
                                                                    an item, then
                                                                  press b to enter
                                        b                                 it.




                                     y or g                          y or g
                <Standby Screen>                    <Main Menu>

             Press y or g to return to the previous screen if you get confused or make a wrong
             operation. Depending on the menu, g cannot be used.


              Information
             The current time and incoming calls/mails can be heard through voice announce
             (Japanese) by pressing y in standby.




  16
Preventing Key Misoperation While the W22SA is Closed




                                                                                           Before Use
        Open the W22SA and
        press c (q) for more
        than one second while the
        standby screen is
        displayed.
             While the W22SA is closed, all key
             operations are locked and
             appears on the screen.

   To Release from the Locked Status
Open the W22SA and press c (q) for more than one second while the
standby screen is displayed.


 Information
When carrying the W22SA closed in your bag, lock the key operation in the closed status
to prevent key misoperation.


Icons
                                                     Communicating/Running the FM Radio
                                                     Application ( )/Playing BGM ( )

                                                     Running EZappli (BREW)

                                                     Using EZweb

                                                     Unread mail exists




                                                    While the Answer Phone is ON

                                                    While the Manner Mode is ON

                                                     EZ channel registered program
                                                     (Auto Update Check ON)

                                                     Rear Key Operation Invalid



                                                                                          17
             Setting the E-mail and EZweb Default Settings
             You must subscribe to the EZweb service to use the E-mail and EZweb services. Please
Before Use




             contact the au shop or the au Customer Service Center if you did not subscribe for the
             service at the time of purchase.
             Perform initialization before using the E-mail and EZweb services. Initialization
             automatically provides your E-mail address. To change that E-mail address to a preferred
             address, see page 20.


                     Press M, E or R (C)
                     while the standby screen is
                     displayed.

                     Press c (3).




                          Wait for a while until the screen
                          on the right appears.



                     Press c (3).
                          The screen that appears varies
                          depending on the key you pressed
                          in step 1.




                            If you pressed           If you pressed           If you pressed
                                 M                        E                     R (C)



  18
Confirming Your Phone Number and E-mail Address




                                                                                        Before Use
        Press c (q) while the
        standby screen is
        displayed.
             The Main Menu appears.




        Use a to select “Basic
        Settings” and press
        c (x).
             The Basic Settings screen
             appears.


        Use j to select “Profile”
        and press c (x).
             The Profile screen appears, and
             you can confirm your phone
             number and E-mail address.




 Information
While the standby screen is displayed, your phone number and E-mail address can also
be confirmed by pressing c (q) and then 0.




                                                                                       19
             Changing Your E-mail Address
                                                   E-mail address
Before Use




                                Example:              @ezweb.ne.jp

                                     Changeable part            Domain

                Press M while the standby
                screen is displayed.
                   The E-Mail Menu appears.




                Use j to select “E-Mail
                Settings” and press
                c (x).
                   The E-Mail Settings screen appears.

                Use j to select “Other
                Settings” and press
                c (x).



                Use j to select “
                             (Change E-mail
                Address)” and press c (x).
                   The PIN number entry screen appears.


                Enter your PIN number and use
                j to select “     (Send)”, and
                then press c (x).
                   If you enter a wrong PIN number three times in one day, you will
                   not be allowed to perform setup operations until the following day.
  20               The PIN number is a 4-digit number you have set at the time of purchase.
        After checking the
        cautions, use j to select




                                                                                        Before Use
        “          (Agree)” and
        press c (x).

        Use j to select the entry
        area and press c (r).


        Enter an E-mail address
        and press c (3).
             For details about entering E-mail
             addresses, see page 95.




        Use j to select “
        (Send)” and press
        c (x).
        If the E-mail address you try setting is not accepted.
        • The E-mail address you entered is already being used.
            Enter a different E-mail address.
        • An invalid character is used. Be sure to use characters
            accepted for E-mail addresses (see page 96.).

        After confirming the new
        address, use j to select
        to “OK” and press
        c (x).
             Hereafter, perform operations as prompted by
             on-screen instructions.


 Information
The layout and content of the screens shown here are only an example and are subject
to change.
                                                                                       21
                       How to Use the Phone
                       Making Calls
How to Use the Phone




                          Use the 0 - 9 keys to
                          enter the receiver’s phone
                          number, then press N.
                               Press F to hang up.
                          Making a call to a landline telephone, enter the phone number starting with the
                          area code.
                            How to Make a Call
                          Add “184” before the phone number Your phone number is not displayed on the receiver’s end.
                          Add “186” before the phone number Your phone number is displayed on the receiver’s end.
                          Add nothing                            The call is made in accordance with the CallerID Notice
                                                                 setting.

                               Press c (x) , use j to select “Add” and then press c (3) to
                               add “184” or “186”.


                       Answering Calls

                          Press N during an incoming call to answer it.
                               Press F to hang up.
                          Screen Displays for Incoming Phone Calls
                          Caller's phone number The caller has set it so as to display his/her phone number. The caller’s name is
                          Example: "0900002XXXX" also displayed if the caller’s information is registered in your address book.

                          "ID Unsent"                 The caller has set it so as not to display his/her phone number.
                          "Payphone"                  The call is made from a payphone.
                          "Not Support"               The call is made from the phone that does not support ID notification.

                          Screen Display if the Call Is Not Answered
                          The message shows that there were incoming calls
                          unanswered (Missed calls).


    22
Calling Back (Outgoing Calls/Incoming Calls)

         Press r or l while the
         standby screen is




                                                                                                  How to Use the Phone
         displayed.
         Pressing r displays the Outgoing Calls.
         Pressing l displays the Incoming Calls.

              The list shows the most latest
              dialed/received call on the top.
              Meanings of the icons displayed
              in the Incoming Calls are as
              follows.                               Outgoing Calls         Incoming Calls
             : Missed call of which ring time is 3 seconds or longer
             : Missed call of which ring time is less than 3 seconds



         Use j to select the phone
         number, then press N.
              A call is made to the selected
              phone number.


 Information
The latest 20 phone numbers you dialed (Outgoing Calls) and received (Incoming Calls)
are saved in each list.

Countermeasure for One-Ring Calls
    What Are One-Ring Calls?
One-Ring Calls is a trick used to milk money from cell phone users. The call is hung up
after only 1 ring so as to be left in the Incoming Calls history. Receivers who call back will
access programs for which they must pay.

    Icon as a Countermeasure for One-Ring Calls
With the W22SA, One-Ring Calls (ringer time is less than 3 seconds)
are indicated by      in the Incoming Calls history. Be careful if you
are not familiar with any phone numbers that are indicated this way.
                                                                                                 23
                       Changing Ringer Type


                          Press c (q) while the
How to Use the Phone




                          standby screen is
                          displayed.
                             The Main Menu appears.




                          Use a to select “Basic
                          Settings” and press
                          c (x).
                             The Basic Settings screen
                             appears.



                          Use j to select “Sounds/
                          Vibes” and press c (x).
                             The Sounds/Vibes setting screen
                             appears.




                          Use j to select “Incoming
                          Setup” and press c (x).
                             The Incoming Setup screen
                             appears.




    24
Use j to select “Call




                                                                                 How to Use the Phone
Notice” and press
c (x).
   The Call Notice setting screen appears.
   Pressing L (Y) plays back the selected ringer.


Use j to select “          ” and
press c (z).
   The Call Ringer selection screen
   appears.

   “Simple Ringer” : Set a ring melody.
   “Random Ringer” : When a call is received, a ring melody is randomly
                     selected from the pre-selected ring melodies.


Use j to select “Simple
Ringer” and press
c (x).
   The Simple Ringer selection
   screen appears.

   “Original” :          Selects the ringer that was registered at the time
                         of purchase.
   “Data Folder” :       Selects a ringer that was downloaded via EZweb.
   “Search from EZweb” : Connects to EZweb so that you can download new
                         ringers.
   “Name de Call” :      The caller’s name registered in the address book
                         can be read with a voice function.
                         (Example: When “Hanako Sanyo” is registered as
                         the caller’s name in the address book, it is read as
                         “Calling from H-a-n-a-k-o S-a-n-y-o (Japanese)”
                         When no name is registered it is read as “Calling
                         (Japanese)”)

                                                Continued on the next page
                                                                                25
                               Use j to select “Original”
How to Use the Phone




                               and press c (z).
                                    The ringer selection screen
                                    appears.
                                    Pressing L (Z) plays back the selected ringer.



                               Use a to select a melody
                               (ringer) and press
                               c (z).
                                    The melody title is displayed.
                                    Pressing L (Y) plays back the selected
                                    melody (ringer).


                               Press R (a).
                                    The melody (ringer) is set.



                        Information
                       The latest Chaku-Uta (ringer) can be downloaded and set for the Ringer. See page 68.




    26
Adjusting Ringer Volume


   Perform steps 1 to 5 on




                                                                                   How to Use the Phone
   pages 24 and 25 to display
   the Call Notice setting
   screen.



   Use j to select “            ” and
   press c (z).
       The Ringer Volume setting screen
       appears.




   Use j to adjust volume
   and press c (z).
   Press u to increase the volume.
   Press d to decrease the volume.



       There are 5 ringer volume levels plus “OFF” with which no ringer sounds.
       Press R (n) to gradually raise the volume from level 1.
       Press L (m) to gradually lower the volume from level 5.


   Press R (a).




                                                                                  27
                       Adjusting the Other Party’s Voice Volume


                               Use j to adjust volume
How to Use the Phone




                               during a call.
                               Press u to increase the volume.
                               Press d to decrease the volume.
                                   The voice volume can be adjusted
                                   in 9 levels during the call.



                       Setting the Manner Mode
                       The W22SA notifies you of the incoming call by vibrating.



                               Press C for more than
                               one second while the
                               standby screen is
                               displayed.
                                    “   ” and “   ” appear on the screen.
                                    Answer Phone is turned ON at the same time and
                                    “   ” appears on the screen.


                          To Turn the Manner Mode OFF
                       Press C for more than one second while the standby screen is displayed.
                           “    ” and “  ” disappear when the manner mode is turned OFF. Answer Phone is
                           turned OFF at the same time, and “   ” disappears.



                        Information
                       There are 4 different manner modes available with the W22SA.




    28
Using Answer Phone


        Press y for more than one




                                                                                        How to Use the Phone
        second.
             Answer Phone is turned ON and
             “   ” appears on the screen.




   To Turn Answer Phone OFF
Press y for more than one second.


 Information
• Answer Phone can hold up to about 20 seconds for each message, and up to 3
  messages can be recorded including Rec.Phone Memo.
• Even if the Answer Phone has not been set, the caller's message can be recorded by
  pressing c (m) when a call is being received. (This action does not turn Answer
  Phone ON.)
• Use “Voice Mail” when you have turned the power off or where electric waves are
  blocked.




                                                                                       29
                       Playing Back/Erasing Messages on Answer Phone

                       When a message is recorded on Answer Phone:

                            “New Notice” appears on the standby screen,
How to Use the Phone




                            therefore press d.




                            Use s to select “          ” and
                            press c (N).
                                The Play Ans Ph/Ph Memo
                                selection screen appears.
                            Icons
                               : Unheard Answer Phone messages
                               : Heard Answer Phone messages


                            Use j to select the
                            recorded message to play
                            back and press c (Z).
                                The recorded message is played
                                back.


                                Pressing c (3) stops playback of the Answer Phone message.




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Use j to select the




                                        How to Use the Phone
r e c o rd e d m e s s a g e t o
delete and press R (S).



Use j to select “Erase”
and press c (3).




Use j to select “Erase
One” and press c (3).
    A confirmation message appears,
    whether to delete the message or
    not.


Use j to select “YES” and
press c (3).
    The selected Answer Phone
    message is deleted.




                                       31
               Address Book
               The receiver’s phone number can be automatically dialed and a call easily placed
               by saving frequently called phone numbers in the address book.


               Storing Data in the Address Book
Address Book




                      Press L (y) for more
                      than one second while the
                      standby screen is
                      displayed.
                           The address book edit screen appears.


                      Use j to select “                    ”
                      (Name) and press
                      c (x).
                           The Name input screen appears.


                      Enter a name and press
                      c (3).
                           The Reading is automatically
                           entered.

                           For details about inputting text, see page 92.


                      Use j to select “ ”
                      (Phone No. 1) and press
                      c (x).
                           The Phone No. input screen
                           appears.


  32
Enter a phone number and
press c (3).




                                                                      Address Book
   The Phone No. Type selection
   screen appears.


   Enter the area code when saving
   a landline telephone number.


Use j to select a type of
phone number and press
c (x).
   The address book edit screen
   returns.
   If you do not want to enter E-mail
   addresses, go to step 10.


Use j to select “ ” (E-
Mail Address1) and press
c (x).
   The E-Mail address input screen
   appears.


Enter an E-mail address
and press c (3).
   The E-Mail Type selection screen
   appears.
   For details about entering E-mail
   addresses, see page 95.



                                        Continued on the next page
                                                                     33
                       Use j to select a type of
                       E-mail address and press
                       c (x).
Address Book




                            The address book edit screen
                            returns.



                       Press R (w).
                            The number of memory entries
                            and of option items remaining
                            appear.



                Information
               • Up to 500 phone numbers and E-mail addresses can be saved.
               • Memory numbers are automatically saved in the lowest available No. between 000 and
                 499.
               • You can register up to three phone numbers and two E-mail addresses per address
                 book entry.
               • In addition, groups and images can be registered.




  34
Making a Call to a Saved Phone Number


   Press L (y) while
   the standby screen is
   displayed.




                                         Address Book
      The address book list screen
      appears.


   Use s to switch between
   headings ( , , , etc.).




   Use j to select the person
   to call.
      Pressing c (v) displays the
      detail screen where you can
      confirm saved contents such as
      phone numbers and E-mail
      addresses.


   Press N.
      A call is made to the selected
      phone number.

      A call is made to the phone
      number listed as “   ” when the
      selected address book entry has
      more than 1 phone number.




                                        35
               Editing Address Book Data
               Example: To change a phone number

                    Press L (y) while
                    the standby screen is
                    displayed.
Address Book




                        The address book list screen
                        appears.


                    Use s to switch between
                    headings ( , , , etc.),
                    and use j to select the
                    data to edit.



                    Press c (v).
                        The address book detail screen
                        appears.

                        You can confirm saved contents
                        such as phone numbers and
                        E-mail addresses.


                    Press L (r).
                        The address book edit screen
                        appears.




  36
        Use j to select “                  ”
        (Phone No.) and press
        c (x).




                                                 Address Book
        Edit data and press
        c (3).
        Pressing C erases the selected
        character.

        Press C for more than one second
        erases all characters.


        Use j to select a type of
        phone number and press
        c (x).
             The address book edit screen
             returns.



        Press R (w).
             A confirmation message appears,
             whether to overwrite the data or
             not.

        Use j to select “YES” and
        press c (3).
             The address book data is edited.



 Information
To edit names, see steps 2 and 3 on page 32.
                                                37
               Registering Data from Outgoing/Incoming Calls


                   Press r while the standby
                   screen is displayed.
                        The Outgoing Calls history
Address Book




                        appears.

                        If l is pressed while the standby
                        screen is displayed, the Incoming
                        Calls history appears.                                  Outgoing Calls


                   Use j to select the phone
                   number to register and
                   press R (S).



                   Use j to select “Reg. to
                   Adrs.Book” and press
                   c (3).
                   “Register New” : Registers new data in the address
                                      book.
                   “Add’l Register” : Adds or edits existing data and then
                                      registers the data in the address book.


                   Use j to select “Register
                   New” and press c (3).
                        The No. Type selection screen
                        appears.

                        For the subsequent procedure,
                        see steps 6 to 10 on pages 33 and
                        34.




  38
 Mail
You must subscribe to the EZweb service to use the E-mail feature. Please
contact the au shop or the au Customer Service Center if you did not subscribe
for the service at the time of purchase.
Be sure to perform initialization before using the E-mail and EZweb services. If
you have not performed initialization yet, see page 18.


E-mail
E-mail is a service for sending/receiving mail to/from E-mail compatible mobile phones




                                                                                          Mail
and personal computers via internet E-mail addresses. Up to 5,000 two-byte characters
can be sent in an E-mail message. Still images (photos), and moving images (movies)
can also be sent via E-mail.


                   E-mail is sent using an E-mail address.
                   (Example)         @        .ne.jp




                                                         E-mail can be sent to
                                                         au or other carrier mobile
                                                         phones.
                                 Internet




                                                        E-mail can also be sent to
                                                        personal computers.



 Information
• To change the E-mail address, see page 20.
• Up to 1000 E-mails (including the number of addressees) can be sent a day.



                                                                                         39
       Creating and Sending E-mail


          Press M while the standby
          screen is displayed.
              The E-Mail Menu appears.
Mail




          Use j to select “Create
          New” and press c (x).
              The Create Mail screen appears.

          Icons
             : “Address” to which you send the E-mail
             : “Subject” of the E-mail
             : “Attachment” to the E-mail
             : “Body” or actual message


          Use j to select “                  ”
          (Address) and press
          c (x).
              The input method selection
              screen appears.




40
Use j to select “Use
Address Book” and press
c (3).
   The address book list screen appears.

   There are 3 types of addresses: To, Cc and Bcc.




                                                                                Mail
   You can send your mail (max. 640 one-byte
   characters total including Cc and Bcc) to up to 5
   addresses at a time.


Search the address book
with a, select a desired
E-mail address and press
c (x).
   The Create Mail screen returns.



Use j to select “                  ”
(Subject) and press
c (x).
   The Subject input screen appears.


Enter the subject and press
c (3).
   The Create Mail screen returns.

   For details about inputting text,
   see page 92.




                                                  Continued on the next page
                                                                               41
       Use j to select “ ”
       (Body) and press c (x).
          The Body input screen appears.




       Enter the body and press
       c (3).
          The Create Mail screen returns.
Mail




       Press L (u).




          “Photo Mail”, “My Pictograph”, and “Easy
          Pictograph” are services that send your mail by
          automatically changing part of the address. “My
          Pictograph” and “Easy Pictograph” are pay
          services. You must subscribe separately for the
          “Pictograph Mails” service.


       Use j to select “Send”
       and press c (3).




          After E-mail was sent, the screen shown on the
          right appears.



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Reading Received E-mail

When You Receive E-mail:

   “New Notice” appears on the standby screen,
   therefore press d.




                                                                  Mail
      Use s to select “                 ” and
      press c (N).
           The Inbox appears.




      Use j to select the folder
      in which the new E-mail
      is stored and press
      c (x).
      Icons
         : Unread mail
         : Read mail


      Use j to select the new
      E-mail and press c (s).
           If any photo or voice data is attached,
           it is automatically played back.

      How to Read Received E-mail
      Indicates already read mail.
      Indicates the date and time when the E-mail is received.
      Indicates the sender of the E-mail.

                                                                 43
          To View Photos/Movies Received by E-mail

       Example: Playing back a movie

               Perform steps 1 to 3 on
               page 43 to display the
                                                       Attached data
               received mail.
Mail




              Use j to select the movie
              (attached data) and press
              c (Z).
                   The movie is played back.




        Information
       • Voice data can be played back in the same way.
       • Depending on the attached data, it may be played back after receiving it. Press c
         (s) to play back.




44
Reading E-mail from the Inbox

   Press M while the standby
   screen is displayed.
      The E-Mail Menu appears.




                                                       Mail
   Use j to select “Inbox”
   and press c (x).
      The Inbox appears.
      The number of unread messages
      appears in the rightmost column.




   Use j to select the folder
   in which the E-mail you want
   to read is stored and press
   c (x).



   Use j to select the E-mail
   to read and press
   c (s).
      If any photo or voice data is attached, it is
      automatically played back.




                                                      45
       Replying to Received E-mail
          Press M while the standby
          screen is displayed.
             The E-Mail Menu appears.




          Use j to select “Inbox”
Mail




          and press c (x).
             The Inbox appears.




          Use j to select the
          folder in which the E-mail
          you want to reply is stored
          and press c (x).



          Use j to select the E-mail
          to reply to and press
          c (s).




          Press L (b).
             The Create Mail screen appears.

             “Re:” is attached to the beginning
             of the subject and the body of the
             original E-mail is quoted.
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Use j to select “ ”
(Body) and press c (x).
   The Body input screen appears.




Enter the body and press
c (3).
   The Create Mail screen appears.




                                                      Mail
Press L (u).



   “Photo Mail”, “My Pictograph”, and “Easy
   Pictograph” are services that send your mail by
   automatically changing part of the address. “My
   Pictograph” and “Easy Pictograph” are pay
   services. You must subscribe separately for the
   “Pictograph Mails” service.



Use j to select “Send”
and press c (3).




   After your E-mail was sent, the
   screen on the right appears.


                                                     47
       Blocking Junk Mail
       Junk mail can be rejected with the mail filter feature.


                Press M while the standby screen is displayed.

                Use j to select “E-Mail Settings” and press c (x).

                Use j to select “Other Settings” and press c (x).

                Use j to select “                                             (Mail Filter)” and
Mail




                press c (x).

                Enter your PIN number and select “
                (Send)” and then press c (x).
                     The                         (Mail Filter) screen appears.

                     The screen layout and content are subject to change
                     without prior notice.
                     The Mail Filters for blocking junk mails are as follows.
                                                (Unsolicited Ad Mail Filter)
                       Rejects Mail that has “              (Unsolicited Ad)” in the title.
                                              (Address Filter)

                           (No address filter)    Receives all E-mail.
                                                  Receives mail only from specified E-mail addresses.
                     (Accept Specified Mails)     E-mail addresses to be rejected can be specified
                                                  individually after registering the Specified Mail Accept.
                                                  Rejects mail from specified E-mail addresses.
                     (Reject Specified Mails)


                                                  You can block “impersonation mail” by setting all “
                     (Regulate Impersonation)          ”, “              ” and “               ”.
                      “Impersonation mail” is junk mail sent via mobile phones or PHS E-mail addresses.

                     The junk Mail can also be prevented by changing your E-mail address.




48
C-mail
C-mail is a service for sending/receiving text massages to/from “C-mail” compatible mobile
phones.

                                     Phone numbers can be used for
                                     sending/receiving C-mail.
                                     (Example) 090-         -XXXX




                                         Via au




                                                                                              Mail
                                                                C-mail can be sent to
                                                                au mobile phones.



                    All you have to do is to enter a message and
                    select the receiver's phone number.




 Information
• C-mail service comes standard and does not require separate subscription.
• A C-mail can include up to 50 two-byte characters.




                                                                                             49
       Creating and Sending C-mail


          Press M for more than
          one second while the
          standby screen is
          displayed.
             The C-Mail Menu appears.
Mail




          Use j to select “Create
          New” and press c (x).
             The Body input screen appears.



          Enter the body and press
          c (3).
             The Create Mail screen appears.




          Use j to select “               ”
          (Address) and press
          c (r).
             The input method selection
             screen appears.




50
         Use j to select “Use
         Address Book” and press
         c (3).
              The address book list screen
              appears.




                                                                                        Mail
         Search the address book
         with a, select a desired
         phone number, and press
         c (x).
              The Create Mail screen returns.



         Press L (u).




              After your C-mail was sent, the screen on the
              right appears.


 Information
If you cannot send a C-mail , it is possible to store the mail at the C-mail center.




                                                                                       51
       Reading Received C-mail

       When You Receive C-mail:

          “New Notice” appears on the standby screen,
          therefore press d.
Mail




             Use s to select “             ” and
             press c (N).
                  The Inbox appears.

                  The received C-mail is usually stored in
                  the “               (Main folder)”.


             Use j to select the folder
             in which the new C-mail
             is stored and press
             c (x).
             Icons
                : Unread mail
                : Read mail


             Use j to select the new
             C-mail and press c (s).
                  The mail contents appear.




52
Reading C-mail from the Inbox


   Press M for more than
   one second while the
   standby screen is
   displayed.
      The C-Mail Menu appears.




                                       Mail
   Use j to select “Inbox”
   and press c (x).
      The Inbox appears. The number
      of unread messages appears in
      the rightmost column.




   Use j to select the
   “          (Main folder)”
   and press c (x).




   Use j to select the C-mail
   to read and press c (s).
      The mail contents appear.




                                      53
                                  What You Can Do with the Camera
                                        Shooting Photos/Movies

                                  Taking Photos (Still Pictures) (See page 60)
                                  Recording Movies (Moving Pictures) (See page 61)




                                    1       How to Hold the W22SA
                                    The way to hold the W22SA during photo/movie shooting differs
What You Can Do with the Camera




                                    according to the size of the photo/movie.
                                      Upright
                                      Photo: Suited for Mobile/Wallpaper size photos
                                      Movie: Suited for Standard (S or M)/High Quality (M or L)/
                                              Long-Time (M or L)
                                      Hold the phone firmly with the right hand and support the right hand
                                      with the left hand.
                                            Shooting with the                      Shooting with the
                                             main display                           sub display
                                                                              When recording a movie, hold
                                                                              with proper way so that you see
                                                                                 in this direction.




                                                                Shutter key                        Shutter key




       54
   Taking Landscape-Oriented Pictures
   Photo: Suited for VGA or SXGA size photos
   Hold with proper way so that appears on the left and take the photo.

              Shooting with the                           Shooting with the
               main display                                sub display




                                                                                          What You Can Do with the Camera
                    Shutter key                                Shutter key




2        Picture-Taking Posture
Open your feet to the breadth of your shoulders and maintain your back and sides firm.

To Prevent Shaking
1. Do not move the W22SA after pressing the shutter key until you hear
   the shutter sound.
2. It is possible to take a photo using the self-timer. By using the self-
   timer, you do not need to press the shutter key at the moment you
   want to take the photo, so you can prevent shaking.

Easy Picture-Taking Thanks to the Auto Focus
The camera incorporates an auto focus mechanism that is activated by
simply pressing the shutter key. When you press the shutter key, the
image is automatically focused before the picture is taken.




                                                                                         55
                                  3      Key Operation in Picture-Taking
                                  When shooting photos/movies, the icons along the bottom of the display
                                  correspond to the following keys.

                                    Shooting with the                            Shooting with the
                                     main display                                 sub display
What You Can Do with the Camera




                                                      White balance
                                                      Photo size/
                                                      Recoding mode



                                                                                 Moving up/down through items
                                                      Light/Flash                Zooming/Wide angle adjustment


                                                                         Shutter/Item entry




       56
        Selecting the Photo
        Size/Recording Mode.

Before taking a photo or recording a movie,
select an appropriate photo size and recording
mode. (See page 62)


 Photo
Mobile Size (120 x 160 dots)             VGA Size (640 x 480 dots)
Select this size to take a photo that    Select this size if you wish to save
can be attached to E-mails and sent      memory with images used on personal
to other mobile phones.




                                                                                               What You Can Do with the Camera
                                         computers. It is also possible to select
                                         the photo quality according to objective.
Wallpaper Size (240 x 320 dots)
Select this size to use the photo as     SXGA Size (1280 x 960 dots)
the wallpaper of the standby screen,     Select this size for use on personal computers.
etc.                                     Images can be enlarged to L and still retain their
                                         sharpness in printouts. It is also possible to
                                         select the photo quality according to objective.

  Movie
Standard                                 Long-Time
(S Size: 96 x 80 dots)                   (M Size: 128 x 96 dots)
(M Size: 128 x 96 dots)                  (L Size: 176 x 144 dots)
High Quality
(M Size: 128 x 96 dots)
(L Size: 176 x 144 dots)
Select one of these sizes to record a    Select one of these sizes to record
movie that can be attached to E-mails    long movies like with a simple video
and sent to other mobile phones.         camera.




                                                                                              57
                                                                   What You Can Do With the Camera




                                  1       Use photos with the W22SA.
                                  It is possible to display the photos you take on the standby screen, display
                                  them when a call comes in and register them in the address book.
What You Can Do with the Camera




                                  2       Send photos/movies by E-mail.
                                   Photos or movies of a max. 150KB can be sent by E-mail.
                                   By using the Photo Mail function, you can send photos/movies to mobile
                                   phones other than au.




                                  3       The Character Reader (OCR Function) Can Be Used
                                  Numerical or alphabetical character strings read with the camera can
                                  be used as text data.




                                  4       Use the W22SA as the USB Camera.
                                  Using the USB Cable WIN (optional),
                                  the phone can be used as a video
                                                                                       parsonal computer


                                  input camera for chatting.
                                                                                                       W22SA




                                                                                               USB Cable WIN
       58
5      Print photos you have taken.
Using the USB Cable WIN (optional),
it is possible to print high-quality




                                                                                         What You Can Do with the Camera
pictures even at home.




        Compatible with PictBridge
        It is possible to output images and image information directly to the printer
        from the W22SA, without going through a personal computer.




                                                                                        59
         Camera
         Photos can be taken and movies can be recorded using the W22SA camera
         feature. The saved photos or movies can be attached to E-mail and sent to other
         cell phones or personal computers.


         Taking Photos


                Press V for more than one
                second while the standby
                screen is displayed.
Camera




                     The view seen from the lens
                     appears on the main display.

                     Pressing j switches between 24 zoom levels.

                     Pressing $ turns the light or flash ON/OFF.


                Aim the object and press
                c (t).
                     After the camera focuses on the
                     subject, you will hear a shutter
                     sound. The photos taken are
                     displayed and can be checked.

                     Press C to re-take the photo.


                Press c (s).




 60
Recording Movies


   Press V for more than one
   second while the standby
   screen is displayed and
   then press L (w).
      The view seen from the lens
      appears on the main display.

      Pressing j switches between
      24 zoom levels.




                                                            Camera
      Pressing $ turns the light ON/OFF.


   Aim the object and press
   c (l).
      You will hear the shutter sound
      and the live image that is being
      recorded appear.

      “        ” appears while recording is in progress.
      When recording ends, you hear an end tone.

      Press L (m) to pause recording. Recording
      can be resumed by pressing L (t).

      To play back the recorded movie, press R (S),
      use j to select “Play” and then press c (3).

      Press C to re-record the movie.




   Press c (s).




                                                           61
            Title of a Photo You Take
              Photo Size                     Title of a Photo                  Where to Save
         Mobile/Wallpaper Size       date that the photo was taken_time
                                     that the photo was taken˜consecutive
                                     number                               “Photo Folder” in the Data
                                                                          Folder
         VGA/SXGA Size               date that the photo was taken +
                                     consecutive number

         (Example) For the first photo taken at 19:30 on December 24 2004
                   Mobile/Wallpaper Size: 041224_1930˜01
                   VGA/SXGA Size: 12240001

             Press M while the live image appears on the display to change the photo size.


            Title of a Movie You Record
Camera




         Recording Mode (Size)               Title of a Movie                  Where to Save
         Standard (S Size)           S_date that the movie was
                                     recorded_time that the movie was
                                     recorded˜consecutive number

         Standard (M Size)           d a t e t h a t t h e m o v i e w a s “Movie Folder” in the Data
         High Quality (M Size)       recorded_time that the movie was Folder
         High Quality (L Size)       recorded˜consecutive number
         Long-Time (M Size)
         Long-Time (L Size)

         (Example) For the first movie shot at 19:30 on December 24 2004
                   Standard S Size : S_041224_1930˜01
                   Other : 041224_1930˜01

             Press R (S) while the live image appears on the display and select “Recording Mode” to
             specify the shooting mode. Pressing M while the live image appears on the display changes
             the movie size.




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Viewing Recorded Images


   Press V for more than one
   second while the standby
   screen is displayed and
   then press R (S).
      To view a movie, start the camera,
      press L (w), then press
      R (S).


   Use j to select “Photo




                                            Camera
   Folder” or “Movie Folder”
   and press c (3).
      The contents of the Photo or
      Movie Folder appear.



   Use j to select a
   recorded date folder and
   press c (x).
      The images recorded on the
      selected date appear in reduced
      sizes.


   Use a to select an image
   and press c (x).
      The selected image appears.




                                           63
         Attaching a Photo or Movie to an E-mail Message
                 Perform steps 1 and 2 on
                 page 60 or 61 to take/record
                 images.




                 Press L (k).
                       The Create Mail screen appears
                       with the image attached.
                       For the subsequent procedure,
Camera




                       see steps 3 to 11 on pages 40 to
                       42.



         Photo Mail
         The receiver can view images using “Photo Mail”, which
         automatically converts images to proper size/format when
         displayed on mobile phones other than au.
         To use Photo Mail, you need to change the receiver’s E-mail
         address to the relevant Photo Mail address.
         You can select “Photo Mail” under the automatic address transfer
         function to have the receiver’s E-mail address automatically
         converted as follows.

              Receiver                       E-mail address       Address after conversion
         DoCoMo                          @docomo.ne.jp                @d.nepm.jp
         Vodafone                        @      .vodafone.ne.jp       @     .vodafone.nepm.jp
         TU-KA or au that does
                                         @ezweb.ne.jp                 @ezweb.nepm.jp
         not support movie mail

              : differs depending on area.




 64
 EZweb
You must subscribe to the EZweb service to use this service. Please contact
the au shop or the au Customer Service Center if you did not subscribe for the
service at the time of purchase.
Be sure to perform initialization before using the E-mail and EZweb services. If
you have not performed initialization yet, see page 18.


EZweb
EZweb is a data service for enjoying the internet via your mobile phone.
Chaku-Uta and the latest news can be obtained from information sites.




                                                      Internet
                                                       Chaku-Uta




                                                                                    EZweb
                                                                  Wallpaper
                          Connecting to
                          the Internet              Latest News
                                                                  Games
                                               Weather Forecast
                                                     Traffic Information




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        Understanding Basic Operations

                Press E while the standby
                screen is displayed.
                     The EZ Menu appears.




                Use j to select “Top Menu”
                and press c (x).
                     The EZ                  (EZ Top Menu) appears.

                     It may take some time to display the screen.
                                                         (Search by category)
EZweb




                                             Provides categorized access to all official sites.
                                                           (Search by keywords)
                                             Provides access to sites by entering keywords or internet
                                             numbers.
                                                                (Business & News information)
                                             Provides news, weather reports, stock prices and other
                                             information in real-time.
                                                 (Regional information)
                 Image                       Provides information for specific areas.
                                                                 (Hobby & Culture information)
                                             Provides various information for recreation and having fun.
                                                       (Shopping)
                                             Shopping sites offering various products.
                                                 (Check useful daily life information)
                                             Accesses sites that provide daily life information.
                                          au style
                                             Provides useful au information, such as the latest news
                                             on the EZweb.
                                                              (Useful EZ service features)
                                             Accesses recommended sites for fun and convenience.
        <EZ             (EZ Top Menu)>                         (Charges, application and information)
                                             Provides charge confirmation and au information services.
                                          ENGLISH
                                            Introduces English sites.

         Information
        The layout and content of the screens shown here are only an example and are subject
 66     to change.
 Viewing Information Sites
The EZweb can be accessed from the EZ                      (EZ Top Menu).
Many useful and entertaining information sites (programs) can be accessed via the EZweb.
Example: How to access the “             ” site in the “                        ” (Business & News
information)
        “EZ                   (EZ Top Menu)”

                            Use j to select “                        ” and press c.

            <Genre-based top screen>                         <Shortcut link>

                                                                                    Use j to select
                                                                                    a desired genre.
                                      Press u twice
                                      to select the
C                                     shortcut link.
or l

                            Press d once to select the genre menu.




                                                                                                            EZweb
           <Category selection screen>

                                                           Genre menu
                                                                 Provides timely information.
                                                                 Introduces au recommended sites.
                                                                 Introduces categorized information.


       Press j to
       select “     ”           Press j to select “         ” and press c.
       and press c.
            <Information site selection screen>

                                          Use j to select a
                                                                                  Information site
                                          desired genre.
                                                                                                C
                                                                                                or l
                                                                                Go to the top screen
                                                                                of each genre.
   When transited to other genres using a shortcut link, the top screen of the genre you were seeing
   previously is shown.


 Information
• Press F to return the standby screen.
• Some information sites are pay sites and may require provider charges in addition to a connection fee.   67
        Downloading Chaku-Uta
        Example: Download the latest Chaku-Uta and set it for the Ringer.


                Press E while the standby
                screen is displayed.
                     The EZ Menu appears.




                Use j to select “Top Menu”
                and press c (x).
                                                                             Image
                     The EZ                  (EZ Top
                     Menu) appears.
EZweb




                Use j to select “
                        (Search by
                category)” and press
                c (3).



                Use j to select “
                          (Chaku-Uta
                Chaku-Movie)” and press
                c (x).



                Use j to select the site
                and press c (x).

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        Use j to select and
        download a Chaku-Uta.
             Download the Chaku-Uta  as
             prompted by on-screen
             instructions.

             An EZ password is required to use pay sites. The EZ password is a 4-digit
             number set when content for a fee is subscribed to for the first time. When
             using it for the first time, perform EZ password settings. Be sure to record
             your password so as not to forget it.


        Press L (Z) and press
        L (z).




                                                                                             EZweb
        Use j to select “Call
        Ringer” and press
        c (x).
             The Call Ringer selection screen
             appears.


        Use j to select “Simple
        Ringer” and press
        c (x).
             The downloaded Chaku-Uta is
             set for the phone’s ringer.


 Information
The downloading procedure shown here is an example; it may be different from the actual
procedure. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen.




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        Bookmarking Frequently-Accessed Sites

                Display the site to bookmark
                and press R (e).
                    The Browser Menu appears.


                Use j to select “New
                bookmark” and press
                c (x).
                    The screen for registering the title
                    and URL appears.

                Press R (w).
                    The currently-displayed site is
EZweb




                    bookmarked.
                    Some sites cannot be bookmarked.


         Information
        Up to 100 sites can be bookmarked.


        Accessing Bookmarked Sites

                Press E while the standby
                screen is displayed.
                    The EZ Menu appears.


                Use j to select “Favorite
                Site” and press c (x).
                    A list of bookmarks appears.


                Use j to select a site and press c (u).
                    The selected site appears.
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Viewing Charges
Calls and transmission charges can be viewed on EZweb.

       Press c (q) while the
       standby screen is displayed
       and press 1 twice.
            The Inquire Toll selection screen
            appears.



       Use j to select “YES” and
       press c (x).
            The          (Charge Inquiry)
            screen appears. Select the items
            to view.




                                                          EZweb




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                                                                   EZWeb subscription required

                                 What You Can Do with EZchannel
                                 With EZ channels, the latest content is distributed and downloaded to the W22SA
                                 automatically just by registering the program you want to subscribe to in the
                                 W22SA.

                                  Displaying the EZchannel Menu
                                                                                   Use j to
                                                                                    select “EZ
                                                                                  Service Menu”
                                                                                    and press
                                                     E
                                                                                   c (x).




                                                                <EZ Menu>                             <EZ Service Menu>

                                                                               Use j to select “EZchannel”
                                            u
                                                                               and press c (x)
What You Can Do with EZchannel




                                                         Use s to select “ (EZchannel)”
                                                         and press c (x)


                                                                                                  j
                                                                                                             c 4


                                  <Launcher Menu>                                 
                                                                                  
                                                                                                  <EZchannel Menu>


                                    “Update Check” to View Information from au




                                                                                      
                                                                                      



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   “Program Guide” to Search for the Desired Programs
Search for programs amongst the program introductions and recommendations
provided on EZchannel.
                   Use j to select
                   “Program Guide” and
                   press c (x).                       Select a program.




                                                                          
     
     



   “Program List” to View Downloaded Programs
You can play back downloaded programs.
 Downloaded programs can be viewed even in areas where electric waves cannot be picked up.

                             Use j to select a program
                             and press c (x).




                                                               




                                                                                              What You Can Do with EZchannel
             
             



   To Move Programs to the “Multi Folder” or “Book Folder”
Newly downloaded programs overwrite the existing data. Therefore, in order to
save a specific program, move it to the “Multi Folder” or “Book Folder” (for e-
books only).
  Some programs cannot be saved because of copyright protection.
  How to Move Data
                                                      Use j to select
                    Use j to select                   “Move Data” and
                    the program to                    press c (3).
                    move and press
                    R (S).                                                To Multi Folder



                                                                          To Book Folder

     
     




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             EZchannel
            Registering Programs          Playing Back Programs               Saving Programs




             Information
            • Perform initialization before using the EZchannel service. If you have not performed
              initialization yet, see page 18.
            • With EZchannel, a single program download can be as much as 3MB of data. It is
              recommended that you subscribe to the flat rate packet communication plan, “Double-
              Flat”.
                For details, contact the au shop or the au Customer Service Center.
EZchannel




            • The layout and content of the screens shown here are only an example and are subject
              to change.



            Registering Programs
            Once a program has been registered with the W22SA, its name appears in the Program
            list of the EZchannel Menu. Whenever the program is updated, it is automatically
            downloaded to your W22SA.


                    Press E while the standby
                    screen is displayed.
                           The EZ Menu appears.




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        Use j to select “EZ
        Service Menu” and press
        c (x).
             The EZ Service Menu appears.




        Use j to select
        “EZchannel” and press
        c (x).
             The EZchannel Menu appears.
                                                     
                                                     



        Use j to select “Program
        Guide” and press
        c (x).
             Your W22SA connects to the program guide




                                                                  EZchannel
             server and displays the Program Guide of the
             EZchannel service.


        Follow the on-screen
        instructions and press
        c (3) when the
        registration completed
        screen appears.
                                                             

             Being time to broadcast the program, the
             program starts downloading automatically. Set
             the phone on the charger with the power ON in
             a location where signals can be picked up.



 Information
Up to 3 programs can be registered.


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            Playing Back Programs
            Programs can be played back by simply selecting one from the Program list of the
            EZchannel Menu.


                   Perform steps 1 to 3 on pages 74 and
                   75 to display the EZchannel Menu.

                   Use j to select the
                   Program list and press
                   c (x).
                        Program selection is enabled.
                                                               
                                                               



                   Use j to select a program
                   from the Program list and
                   press c (x).
EZchannel




                        The program is played back.
                                                               




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   Key Operation in Program Playback
 L (c)         Lowers the volume.

 R (d)         Raises the volume.

 C             Pauses the program. (While the program is paused, “Restart”, “Play from Start”
               and “End” can be selected from the screen.)

 c (Restart)   Presses “Restart” to resume playback of a paused program (while the program is paused).

 u             Moves upward

 d             Moves downward

 c (x)         Selects a link.

 r             Fast-forwards the program. (Skip)

 l             Rewinds through the program or to the beginning (press for more than one second).

 Dial Key      Selects a linked track.

 F             Returns to the standby screen.

  Some keys cannot be used with certain programs.



 Information
Some downloaded programs set restrictions on a term or expire or frequency to play.




                                                                                                          EZchannel
Playback cannot be made after passed the restriction date or times.




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            Saving Programs
            By saving downloaded programs and e-books, you can play them back at any time.



                    Perform steps 1 to 3 on pages 74 and
                    75 to display the EZchannel Menu.

                    Use j to select the
                    Program list and press
                    c (x).

                                                                
                                                                



                    Use j to select the
                    program to store and
                    press R (S).
EZchannel




                    Use j to select “Move
                    Data” and press c (3).
                        A confirmation message appears,
                        whether to move the data or not.




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        Use j to select “YES” and
        press c (3).
             Program data is saved in the “Multi Folder”, and e-book data is saved in the
             “Book Folder”.

             Some programs cannot be saved because of copyright protection.




 Information
Data in the Multi Folder can be played back as follows.
1. Use j to select the “Multi Folder” from the EZchannel Menu and press c (x).
2. Use j to select the “Multi Folder” and press c (x).
3. Use j to select the data and press c (x).




                                                                                             EZchannel




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                                                                           EZWeb subscription required

                                   What You Can Do with EZnaviwalk
                                   A Mobile Phone attached Car Navigation!
                                  The EZnaviwalk is a real navigation service that can walk you to your destination.
                                                                                        Use j to select
                                                                                          “EZ Service
                                                                                        Menu” and press
                                                           E
                                                                                          c (x).



                                                                          <EZ Menu>                       <EZ Service Menu>
                                                u                              Use j to select “EZnaviwalk” and
                                                                               press c (x).

                                                             Use s to select “ (EZnaviwalk)”
                                                             and press c (x).




                                     <Launcher Menu>


                                     “View My Map” for When You Get Lost
                                  Your phone can display the map of your present location                 <EZnaviwalk Menu>
                                  in real-time, by simply selecting “View My Map”.
What You Can Do with EZnaviwalk




                                        Map screen




                                     “Return Home” to Go Home
                                  By registering the location of your home in advance, the EZnaviwalk service
                                  navigates you to your home.
                                   Search result screen

                                                            c


                                                     “                ”
                                                     (Start Navigation)

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   “Going-Out Menu” for When You Go Out
Displays various menus that are useful when you are out.
                  NEW                 Provides the latest news and event information.
                                      It is possible to search train exchange and train
                  (Connection Search) timetable.
                                      Provides voice directions to a target destination. You can also register
                  (Navigation)        “My Spots”. In “              ”, you can change the navigation voice
                                      and icons to famous people or animated characters.
                                      Check real-time traffic information on the principle
                  (Traffic Info.)     roads all over Japan.
                                      FAQ on settings, etc.
                  (Setup FAQ)
                                      For registering or canceling membership.
                  (Membership)


   Register Your Favorite Places as “MySpot”
By registering any place where you go frequently or your home, the
EZnaviwalk service navigates you easier.
                                                       View Map
                                                                             To Map Screen


                              c (x)                                            To Search
                                                                              Result Screen
                                                        Navigate




                                                                                                                  What You Can Do with EZnaviwalk
   “E-Mail My Map” to Inform Others of Where You Are
When you are to meet with someone, it is possible to inform the other party of
where you are by E-mail.
  To Send a Map
                                                                                      I’m Here




                                                        Send Mail

 When You Receive a Map                                        View Map
                                                                                  To Map Screen


                                                                                    To Search
                                                                                   Result Screen
                                                               Navigate

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              EZnaviwalk
             The EZnaviwalk service can be of great help for an outing or if you get lost on
             the way to your destination.


              Information
             • Perform initialization before using this service. If you have not performed initialization
               yet, see page 18.
             • You need the EZnaviwalk application to use this service. If you do not have it, it can be
               downloaded when you access this service. Follow the on-screen instructions.
             • You must register with EZnaviwalk (pay service) to use this service.
             • The layout and content of the screens shown here are only an example and are subject
               to change.


             Registering Your Home as the Place Where You Are
             You can start navigation quickly by registering places that you frequently go to under “MySpot”.
             Example: Regisering the present location as “Home”.


                      Press E while the standby
                      screen is displayed.
EZnaviwalk




                           The EZ Menu appears.


                      Use j to select “EZ
                      Service Menu” and press
                      c (x).
                           The EZ Service Menu appears.




                      Use j to select
                      “EZnaviwalk” and press
                      c (x).
                           The EZnaviwalk Menu appears.


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        Use j to select “MySpot”,
        press c (x).
             The MySpot list screen appears.




        Use j to select “Home”
        and press L (w).
             The registration method selection
             screen appears.

        Use j to select “Updt w/
        N ow P l a c e ” a n d p r e s s c
        (3). Obtain GPS information
        and then press c (w).
             This registers the place where you are as your “Home”.


Checking Ways to Return Home
You can search for the shortest route from the place where you are to your home, which
may be a combination of routes by train and walking.




                                                                                          EZnaviwalk
        Perform steps 1 to 3 on page 82 to display the EZnaviwalk Menu.

        Use j to select “Return Home”
        and press c (x). Select
        “    (YES)” and then press c.
             A list of possible routes will be displayed.


        Use j to select “
        (Start Navigation)” and press c.
             Select a guide indication, followed by “  (YES)” and
             then press c. A map of the place where you are now
             appears, which automatically scrolls as you move.

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                                                EZWeb subscription required

            FM Radio
           You can listen to FM Radio using the earphone cord as an antenna. You can
           also adjust volume and tune in stations. FM Radio broadcasts cannot be received
           without the included SANYO Flat-type Stereo Earphones 02.


              Connecting the SANYO Flat-type Stereo Earphones
              02 to the W22SA
           Rotate the cover of the flat earphone terminal ( ) and
           connect the included SANYO Flat-type Stereo
           Earphones 02 ( ).




            Information
           Forcing the connection without rotating the cover will damage the product. Connect the
           earphone code in the orientation shown in the figure.


           Listening to FM Radio

                   Press c (q) while the
                   standby screen is
                   displayed.
FM Radio




                        The Main Menu appears.




                   Use a to select “FM Radio”
                   and press c (x).
                   Press c on the confirmation
                   screen.
                        The FM Radio screen appears.

                        When you activate the FM Radio for the first time,
                        the screen appears, on which you can select your
                        area. Select your location area.
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    How to Operate the FM Radio Screen
Tuning and other operations are possible from the FM Radio screen.


     Press C on the FM Radio screen and use j to select an area. Press c to
     start an operation in the selected area.

     <FM Radio screen>         Frequency
                               Pressing j tunes the frequency in 0.1 MHz steps.
                               Press j for more than one second to automatically tune in the
                               nearest station.
                               Recording
                               Audio broadcast on FM Radio can be recorded.
                               Information Display (NOW ON AIR)
                               This area displays information such as the artist’s name and title
                               of the broadcast song.
                                   Some programs do not provide information.
        Function keys
                                   Normally, the station name appears in the display area.
                                   Pressing j changes the station.

     Notes on Volume Adjustment
     The volume can be set to 10 levels from 1 to 10, or muted.
     Press r to increase the volume.
     Press l to decrease the volume.
     Press l for more than one second to mute the volume.


 Information
• Perform initialization before using this service. If you have not performed initialization
  yet, see page 18.                                                                                  FM Radio
• Packet communication fees are not charged for FM Radio listening. Services such as
  NOW ON AIR charge packet communication fees.
• The layout and content of the screens shown here are only an example and are subject
  to change.


Ending the FM Radio

        Press F. Use j to select “End” and
        press c (3).

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           Recording from FM Radio
           You can record audio broadcasted over FM Radio.


                   Perform steps 1 to 2 on
                   page 84 to display the FM
                                                                 Recording
                   Radio screen.




                   Press C . Use j to
                   select the recording area.




                   Press c (B).
                        The recording starts.

                        To end recording, select the
                        recording area and press
                        c (A).

                        Recorded data is saved in the
FM Radio




                        “Sound” folder.


            Information
           • Up to 60 minutes of data can be recorded per recording.
           • The title of the audio is saved as the “date that the audio was recorded_time that the
             audio was recorded˜consecutive number”.
             (Example) For the first audio recorded at 19:30 on December 24 2004
                       041224_1930˜01




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Playing Back Recorded Audio
        Press c (q) while the
        standby screen is displayed.
        Use a to select “Data Folder”
        and press c (x).
              A list of data folders appears.


        Use j to select “Sound”
        and press c (x).
              A list of sound data appears.




        Use a to select a
        recorded audio track and
        press c (x).
              The recorded audio is played
              back.


    Key Operation in Audio Playback                                                                FM Radio
 u     Raises the volume.

 d     Lowers the volume.

 r     Fast-forwards the recorded audio.

 l     Rewinds through the recorded audio or to the beginning (press for more than one second).

    For Good FM Radio Reception
• The SANYO Flat-type Stereo Earphones 02 serves
  as an antenna. Extend the earphone cable all the way
  and point it in the direction where reception is best.
• If reception is not good indoors, listen near windows
  for better FM reception.

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                                  Infrared Data Exchange Feature
                                 Data in the address book, profile, or data folders can be sent or received between
                                 W22SA and other devices with an infrared data exchange feature.


                                 How to Use
                                 Use your W22SA within 20 cm of the other device. Also,keep your W22SA pointed at the
                                 infrared port of the other device and do not move your W22SA untill data has finished
                                 being sent or received.


                                                                 Infrared port


                                                                       Within 20 cm




                                            Sender                                     Receiver
                                            For details on the sending                For details on the receiving
                                            procedure, see page 90.                   procedure, see page 91.


                                     To send data with the infrared data exchange feature, both the person sending the
                                     data and the person receiving the data need to make preparations. (We recommend
                                     that the person receiving data get ready before the sender sends the data)
Infrared Data Exchange Feature




      88
    Data that can be sent and received
 Address book data
 Profile data
 Schedules
 Task lists
 Data in data folders
 Bookmark data


 Information
• You cannot send or receive some data from some devices even if the other device you
  are communicating with is equipped with the infrared data exchange feature.
• The infrared data exchange feature of the W22SA sometimes does not work properly if
  the W22SA is used in direct sunlight, under fluorescent lighting or near other equipment
  that emits infrared rays.
• You may be required to enter the confirmation password when sending or receiving.
  The confirmation password is a 4-digit number determined before sending or receiving.




                                                                                              Infrared Data Exchange Feature




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                                 Sending Data
                                 Example: To send Profile data


                                         Press c (q) while the
                                         standby screen is
                                         displayed and press 0.
                                             The Profile screen appears.




                                         Press R (S).




                                         Use j to select “Infrared”
                                         and press c (3).
                                             The sending confirmation screen
                                             appears.


                                         Use j to select “YES” and
                                         press c (3).
                                             The data is sent through the
                                             infrared data exchange feature.
Infrared Data Exchange Feature




                                             After the data was sent, the screen
                                             shown on the right appears.




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Receiving Data
Example: To receive address book data


       Press c (q) while the
       standby screen is
       displayed.
            The Main Menu appears.




       Use a to select “Rem
       Cont&Infrared” and press
       c (x).
            The Rem Cont&Infrared selection
            screen appears.



       Use j to select “Receive”
       and press c (x)
            The data is received through the
            infrared data exchange feature.
            After the data is received, A
            confirmation message appears,
            whether to register the data or not.
                                                    Infrared Data Exchange Feature




       Use j to select “YES”
       and press c (3).
            The data is registered.



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                  Inputting Text
                 Switching Over the Character Type to Enter
                 On the character input screen, press M to display the
                 Character Type selection screen.
                 Use a to select a character type and press c (3).




                 Entering Kana
                 The 0 to 9 dial keys can be used to enter Kana characters. 1 corresponds to
                 “   ”, 2 to “        ” and so on. The characters appear as shown in the following table
                 each time the indicated key is pressed.
                 Example: The characters appear in the order of “ ”, “ ”, “            ”, “   ”, “   ”, “   ”, “   ”
                          and so on, each time you press the 2 key.
                 When the desired character appears, press the key of the character to enter next.

                                                           Number of presses
                    Key

                   1

                   2

                   3

                   4

                   5

                   6

                   7

                   8
Inputting Text




                   9

                   0                                                  (Long sound)                          Space
                           Switches to “ ” (hard sound symbol), “ ” (semi-hard sound symbol), Uppercase
                   *       letters, or Lowercase letters.
                           Shifts to the previous character assigned to that same key (when the current character
                   #       has yet to be entered), or inputs a line break (if current character has been entered).

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    Consecutively Entering Characters of the Same Key
After entering the first character, press r then the next key.
Example: Entering “           ”




      Press 1 once.                Press r.                Press 1 twice.



    Entering “ ” and “ ”
Enter the character to which to add “ ”or “ ”, then press *.
Example: entering “ ”
     Press 6 once to enter “        ”.
     Press * once.
Example: Entering “ ”.
    Press 6 once to enter “         ”.
     Press * twice.



    Erasing Characters
Press C to erase a character.
Press C for more than one second to erase all characters after the cursor (        ). All
characters are erased when the cursor (    ) is at the end of the text.



 Information
Pressing L (r) immediately after erasing text displays the erased text again.



    Entering Hiragana Characters
Enter characters and press c (a).
                                                                                             Inputting Text




 Information
Pressing L (r) immediately after entering text restores the text that previously existed.




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                 Entering Kanji
                 Example: To enter “      ” as a name for the address book


                        Enter “                ”.
                        Press 5 once.
                        Press 2 once.
                        Press r once.
                        Press 2 once.
                        Press * once.
                        Press 0 once.

                            The Prediction candidates appear.


                        Use j to select “                    ”
                        and press c (a).
                            The name “       ” is entered.

                            If “  ” is not included as a Prediction candidate,
                            press L (Q) to switch to the usual Kanji
                            conversion.
                            Pressing j displays the conversion candidates.
                            Select “     ” and press c (a).
Inputting Text




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Entering E-mail Addresses
Example: To enter “taro@ezweb.ne.jp”


       Enter “taro”.
       t : Press 8 once.
       a : Press 2 once.
       r : Press 7 3 times.
       o : Press 6 3 times.



       Press R (S).




       Use j to select “Phrase”
       and press c (3).


       Use s or R (v) to
       select “Internet”.


       Use j to select
       “@ezweb.ne.jp” and
       press c (x).
                                            Inputting Text




           “@ezweb.ne.jp” is entered.

           Press 1 once to enter “.” and
           twice to enter “@”.




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                      Characters Available for E-mail Addresses
                 The characters appear as shown in the following table each time the indicated key is
                 pressed.


                                    Lowercase letter                       Uppercase letter
                                   Number of presses                     Number of presses
                     Key

                     1

                     2

                     3

                     4

                     5

                     6

                     7

                     8

                     9
                     0




                     Information
                 Up to 20 lowercase characters including a “-“(hyphen) and “.”(period) can be used for
                 your E-mail address. However, “.” cannot be used consecutively or at the beginning or
                 end of an address. Also, “0” cannot be used at the beginning of an address.
                 The characters and symbols in the gray cells (   ) cannot be used before the “@” as in
                 “         @ezweb.ne.jp”.
Inputting Text




   96
Entering Pictographs


   Press M on the character
   input screen.
      The Character Type selection
      screen appears.




   Use a to select “                   ”
   and press c (3).
      The pictograph list screen
      appears.

      Press w or v to switch to the next pictograph list.



   Use a to select a
   pictograph and press
   c (x).
      The selected pictograph appears
      on the screen.

      It is possible to consecutively enter pictographs
      by pressing L (R) instead of c (x).
                                                             Inputting Text




                                                            97
                 Inputting Fixed Expressions
                 Example: To input sentences and/or phrases from “Message” that have been
                 registered beforehand.


                        Press R (S ) on the
                        character input screen.




                        Use j to select “Phrase”
                        and press c (3).
                            The fixed expression selection
                            screen for “Internet” appears.


                        Use s or R (v) to
                        select “Message”.
                            The fixed expression selection
                            screen for “Message” appears.

                            Press L (v) to display details of the fixed expression.


                        Use j to select the fixed
                        expression that you want
                        to input and press
                        c (x).
                            The fixed expression appears on
                            the input screen.
Inputting Text




   98
Troubleshooting
     Symptom               What to Check                      Correction                     Page
Cannot turn the         Is the battery pack         Attach the battery pack properly.
                                                                                              –
power ON.               attached properly?
                        Is the battery pack         Charge the battery pack.
                                                                                              10
                        charged?
                        Did you press F for         Press F for more than one second.
                                                                                              11
                        more than one second?
Cannot make a call.     Does       appear on the    Try making the call again at the place
                        screen?                     where       does not appear on the        11
                                                    screen.
                        Did you include the area    If you are making a call to a phone
                        code?                       other than a mobile phone, include
                                                                                              22
                                                    the area code, even when calling
                                                    from the same city.
                        Does       appear on the    Cancel the Emission.
                                                                                              –
                        screen?
                        Is the power turned ON?     Press F for more than one second.
                                                                                              11

                        Did you press N ?           Press N after the phone number.
                                                                                              22

Cannot receive calls.   Does       appear on the    Move to a place where        does not
                                                                                              11
                        screen?                     appear on the screen.
                        Does       appear on the    Cancel the Emission.
                                                                                              –
                        screen?
                        Is the power turned ON?     Press F for more than one second.
                                                                                              11
                                                                                                     Troubleshooting


Keys do not respond.    Is the power turned ON?     Press F for more than one second.
                                                                                              11

The power is turned off The battery pack level is   Charge the battery pack.
                                                                                              10
after an alarm sounds. low.
Calls are answered      Is the Answer Phone         Press y for more than one second
                                                                                              29
automatically.          ON?                         to release the Answer Phone.
Cannot hear the other   Is the receiver volume      Press u while talking. The volume
                                                                                              28
party’s voice.          setting high enough?        of the other party is raised.




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                        Other Features
                       The W22SA is provided with other useful features.


                        EZ Chaku-Uta-FullTM
                       Using this service, you can enjoy music data from EZweb information sites.
                       Just like buying a CD, you can enjoy the whole song as well as the CD jacket and lyrics.


                                            (applimocon EZ)
                       Using the infrared data exchange feature, you can remotely operate the TV, video recorder,
                       or DVD player. It is even possible to program videotape recording of TV programs from
                       the W22SA onto a recording device at your home.


                                                (BARCODE READER)
                       By recording a bar code (QR code) with W22SA, it is possible to read bar-coded characters.
                       The read information can be used for the address book or Mails.
                         The QR code is a bar code with high information ability.


                        Reading mail with the voice feature
                       On the mail list screen or the detailed screen, mail with the reading icon can be read with
                       the voice feature. Address book or memo data can also be read with the voice feature.


                        Full-fledged Mailing Features
                       Amongst various fun features, “Pastel Mail” enables you to send/receive vivid mail
                       messages with a colored background and/or colored/blinking characters.


                        Chaku-Uta Support
                       A segment of an artist’s singing voice can be downloaded to be used as the ringer or just
Other Features/Index




                       for playback.


                        EZappli (BREW)
                       You can enjoy various applications, including high-volume games rich in expressive
                       features and standby applications. Also, you can listen to FM Radio and utilize the
                       navigation services with EZnaviwalk.




100
 Character Reader (OCR)
You can register and create telephone numbers or E-mail addresses by scanning them
with the camera. And, you can translate scanned text as well.


 Easy Photo Print
By connecting the attached USB Cable WIN (optional) to a printer that supports PictBridge,
it is possible to print photos of the desired number and size.


 USB Camera
The W22SA’s mobile camera can be used for chatting.


 Powerful Dictionary Features
English-Japanese, Japanese-English and katakana English term dictionaries are installed
in the W22SA. These dictionaries can be very useful as you can also translate English
into Japanese and vice-versa while entering characters.


 Dictionary Downloads
It is possible to download dictionaries from “SANYO                            ” and use
information therein as prediction candidates when entering characters.


 Voice Recorder
The W22SA can record up to 6.5 hours of audio.


 with Disney!
                                                                                              Other Features/Index




You can convert the wallpaper, ringer, images on the sending/receiving screen and
launcher menu into Disney Mode all at once.


 Pocket Light
The W22SA can be used as flashlight to light up outdoor garages, campgrounds or the
keyhole at the entrance of your house at night.




                                                                                             101
                        Index
                        A
                       ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                          E
                                                                                         ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                       Accessories ............................................. 8       Electric Waves Reception ................. 4, 11
                       Address Book ........................................ 32          EZappli (BREW) ........................... 17, 100
                          Edit .................................................... 36   EZ Chaku-Uta-FullTM ............................ 100
                          Make a Call to a Saved                                         EZchannel ........................................ 17, 74
                            Phone Number ............................... 35                 Play Back Program ............................ 76
                          Register ............................................. 32         Register Program .............................. 74
                          Register Data from Outgoing/                                      Save Program ................................... 78
                            Incoming Calls ............................... 38            EZnaviwalk ............................................. 82
                       Address Filter ........................................ 48        EZweb .............................................. 17, 65
                       Adjust the Other Party’s                                             Basic Operations ............................... 66
                        Voice Volume ....................................... 28             Default Settings ................................. 18
                       Answering Calls .................................... 22           E-mail ..................................................... 39
                       Answer Phone ............................. 3, 17, 29                 Attach a Photo or Movie to
                          Play Back/Erase ................................ 30                 an E-mail ........................................ 64
                                                                                            Create and Send ............................... 40
                        B
                       ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                            Default Settings ................................. 18
                       Backside Center Key ......................... 9,16                   Read ........................................... 43, 45
                       Basic Operation .................................... 14              Reply ................................................. 46
                       Battery Level ...................................... 4, 11           View Photos/Movies Received .......... 44
                       Battery Pack .................................. 8, 9, 10          E-mail Address ................................ 19, 20
                       Bookmarks ............................................ 70            Change ............................................. 20
                                                                                            Enter ................................................. 95
                        C
                       ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                       Call Back ................................................ 23      F
                                                                                         ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                       Call Notice ............................................. 11      Feather Touch Keys ........................... 9,16
                       CallerID Notice ................................ 11, 22           Fixed Expressions ................................ 98
                       Camera ................................................... 60     Flexible Keys ..................................... 9, 14
                          Attach a Photo or Movie to                                     FM Radio .......................................... 17, 84
                             an E-mail ........................................ 64          End .................................................... 85
                          Record Movies .................................. 61               Listen ................................................ 84
                          Take Photos ...................................... 60             Play Back Recorded Audio ................ 87
                          View Recorded Images ..................... 63                     Record .............................................. 86
                       Center Key ......................................... 9, 14        Font Size ................................................ 11
                       Chaku-Uta .................................... 68, 100
                       Character Type ...................................... 92           H
                                                                                         ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
Other Features/Index




                       Charge the Battery Pack ....................... 10                How to Use the Keys ............................. 14
                       Confirmation password ........................ 89
                       Cursor Key ......................................... 9, 14         I
                                                                                         ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                       C-mail ..................................................... 49   Icons ....................................................... 17
                          Create and Send ............................... 50             ID Unsent ............................................... 22
                          Read ........................................... 52, 53        Incoming Calls ................................ 23, 38
                                                                                         Incoming Illuminator ......................... 9, 10
                        D
                       ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                         Information Sites ............................. 65, 67
                       Default Settings ..................................... 18         Infrared Data Exchange Feature .......... 88
                       Desktop Holder ................................. 8, 10                How to Use ........................................ 88
                       Download Chaku-Uta .......................... 68                     Receiving Data .................................. 91
                                                                                             Sending Data .................................... 90
                                                                                         Input Text ................................................ 92
102
 J
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                          Pictographs ........................................... 97
Junk Mail ............................................ 5, 48       Play Back
                                                                      Answer Phone ................................... 30
 K
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                             Movie ................................................. 63
Kana ....................................................... 92       Photo ................................................. 63
   Consecutively Enter Characters                                  Pocket Light ......................................... 101
     of the Same Key ............................. 93              Power ................................................. 4, 11
   “ ” and “ ” ....................................... 93          Program
Kanji ....................................................... 94      Play Back .......................................... 76
                                                                      Register ............................................. 74
 L
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                             Save .................................................. 78
Launcher Menu ...................................... 15
Lock No. ................................................. 11
                                                                    R
                                                                   ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                                                                   Ringer
 M
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                             Adjust Ringer Volume ........................ 27
                                                                      Change Ringer Type ......................... 24
Mail
   Create and Send C-mail ................... 50
   Create and Send E-mail .................... 40
                                                                    S
                                                                   ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

   C-mail ................................................ 49      SANYO AC Adapter 03 ...................... 8, 10
   E-mail ................................................ 39      SANYO Flat-type Stereo
   Read C-mail ................................ 52, 53               Earphones 02 ................................. 8, 84
   Read E-mail ................................ 43, 45             Set Language ........................................ 12
Mail Filter ........................................... 5, 48      Site
Main Menu .............................................. 15            Access Bookmarked Sites ................ 70
Make Calls ............................................. 22            Bookmark Sites ................................. 70
   Call Back ........................................... 23        Standby Screen ............................... 11, 15
   Use the Address Book ...................... 35                  Sub Display ......................................... 9,16
Making Rear Key Operation Invalid .... 3, 17
Manner Mode ............................... 3, 17, 28               T
                                                                   ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Manners for Using Mobile Phones ........ 1                         Top Menu ......................................... 66, 67
Movies
   Attach to an E-mail ............................ 64              U
                                                                   ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
   Record .............................................. 61        Unsolicited Ad Mail Filter ................. 5, 48
   Recording Mode .......................... 57, 62
   View Recorded Image ....................... 63                   V
                                                                   ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                                                                   View Charges ......................................... 71
 N
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
Names of Parts ........................................ 9           W
                                                                   ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
                                                                   What You Can Do with EZchannel ....... 72
 O
                                                                                                                                    Other Features/Index



○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○                          What You Can Do with EZnaviwalk ...... 80
One-Ring Calls .................................. 5, 23            What You Can Do with the Camera ...... 54
Outgoing Calls ................................ 23, 38             with Disney! ......................................... 101

 P
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
Phone Number ................................ 19, 22
Photo
   Attach to an E-mail ............................ 64
   Photo Size ................................... 57, 62
   Take Photos ...................................... 60
   View Recorded Images ..................... 63
Photo Mail .............................................. 64

                                                                                                                                   103
    For inquiries, call:
  au Customer Service Center (General Information)


    From regular phones:

             0077-7-111
    (Toll free)


    From au cellphones

    157 area code not required
    (Toll free)

     Pressing "zero" will connect you
     to an operator, after calling "157"
     on your au cellphone.




                                                                   Sales : KDDI CORPORATION •
                                                                           OKINAWA CELLULAR TELEPHONE COMPANY
                                                                   Manufactured by : SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Cellphone and PHS operators collect and recycle unused
telephones, batteries and battery chargers at stores bearing the
    logo regardless of brand and manufacturer to protect the
environment and reuse valuable resources.
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