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Introduction Thank you for purchasing the G11. Before using your G11, be sure to read the G11 Basic Manual (this PDF manual) to ensure correct usage. After you have finished reading this manual, store this PDF manual and the printed manuals in safe places so you can retrieve them whenever you need them. Manuals for the G11 There are three manuals for the G11: the Basic Manual, printed Instruction Manual (Japanese) and full Instruction Manual (Japanese). For learning the basics: Read
Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual Note on Illustrations The illustrations in this manual may look different from the actual cell phone in shape, color and typeface. The key illustrations are also simplified as shown below. Key Illustration Key Illustration K cjs o % & R L C N F 123 456 i 789 *0# o=~<> ) Note on Screenshots The screenshots in this manual are simplified and may look different from the actual ce
Notes on Cell Phone Use � Obtain the permission of other people before you take Notes on Cell Phone Use their photos with the cell phone's camera. � Do not record information with the cell phone's camera Cell Phone Etiquette in bookstores and other locations where taking photos The cell phone always emits weak radio waves when power is not permitted. is on. Use the cell phone in an enjoyable and safe manner without Do Not Use the Cell Phone While Driving! forgetting to be considerate of
Notes on Cell Phone Use Disaster Message Boar d Service � Registered information is stored until the service set up for the disaster ends. When a large scale disaster occurs, you can register � The maximum available number of registrations is 10 your safety information from EZweb. The registered per phone number. When the number of registrations information can be referred from anywhere in Japan from exceeds 10, the oldest one is overwritten. EZweb or Internet. � The demonstration
Contents Answering a Call ........................................................ 16 Contents Returning a Call (Outgoing History/Incoming History) .......................... 16 Introduction One-ring Calls ............................................................ 16 Adjusting the Earpiece Volume during a Call ............. 17 Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual 1 Turning On Manner Mode ........................................... 17 Notes on Cell Phone Use 2 Changing the Incoming Ri
Contents Creating and Sending E-mail Messages .................... 27 Security Navi to Check Where Your Kids Are ............. 39 Reading Received E-mail Messages.......................... 28 EZ Navi Walk for When You Go Out ........................... 40 Reading an E-mail Message Evacuate Navi to Guide You Home or with an Attached Photo or Movie ................................ 28 to Nearby Evacuation Areas during Disasters ............ 41 Replying to Received E-mail Messages .................
Getting Ready Getting Ready Checking the Contents of the Box The box contains the cell phone and accessories. � Cell phone � Battery pack � Instruction Manual (Japanese) � Warranty (Japanese) � Safety Precautions (Japanese) � Global Passport Owner’s Guide (Japanese) ® � Osaifu-Keitai Guide (Japanese) � JIBUN BANK Launcher Operation Guide (Japanese) � Wi-Fi WIN Operation Guide (Japanese) � au International Call Guide (Japanese) � An AC adapter and microSD™ memory card are not included. Purchase
Getting Ready Names of Parts From the Front From the Sides From the Back Earpiece Earpiece Incoming indicator Incoming indicator// Charge indicator Charge indicator Optical sensor Optical sensor Camera key Camera key Display Display Lock key Lock key Speaker Speaker Lens (camera) Lens (camera) Incoming illumination Incoming illumination Photo light Photo light Touch sensor Touch sensor Charge terminal Charge terminal Mail illumination Mail illumination Infrared port Infrared port ON/OFF ke
Getting Ready Unfold the power plug of the AC adapter and Char ging the Battery Pack plug it into a 100 V AC power outlet. The battery pack is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Confirm that the charge indicator lights. Be sure to charge the battery pack before using the cell � Charging: The charge indicator lights. phone for the first time. � Charging finished: The charge indicator goes out. � An AC adapter is not included. Purchase a specified AC adapter (sold separately). �
Getting Ready Learning the Basics K ey Assignments : : Display the ticker field, info pane and Display the ticker field, info pane and uu : : Display Incoming Histor Display Incoming History y.. sear search window ch window.. ll rr : : Display Outgoing Histor Display Outgoing History y.. dd : Display : Display Notification Notification window/Shor window/Shortcut menu. tcut menu. cc : : Display Main menu. Display Main menu. : Use : Use Phone Phone Book. Book. && : : Display EZapps menu
Getting Ready Notification windo Notification window w Use j to select (Screen Display) and Hiding/Redisplaying the then press c ( [Select]). Notification Windo w Use j to select Set Language and then press When the Notification window is c ( [Select]). displayed on the standby screen, you can temporarily hide it by pressing Use j to select English and then press & (Back) and then display the Main c (Set). menu by pressing c. To redisplay the hidden Notification Initial Setup
Getting Ready Display Indicators Display indicators inform you of mail arrival, current settings, etc. Display Indicator Description Indicator Description Signal str ength Missed calls Batter y level New or unread e-mail/ C-mail Wi-Fi WIN connection Current date and time status Overseas (CDMA)/(GSM) Ticker field mode set Search window Packet communication Info pane available Notification icon A microSD™ memory Shortcut menu card (sold separately) ins
Getting Ready Using Main Menu You can access various functions from the Main menu. Each Main menu pattern has a different set of items. Matrix[Black] List[White] Matrix[Color] TV Data Folder/microSD TV Camera Camera Camera EZ FeliCa TV EZ FeliCa LISMO! Tools LISMO! Data Folder/microSD LISMO! Data Folder/microSD Sports/Health Sports/Health Sports/Health Global Function Global Function Global Function Tools Func/Settings Tools Func/Settings IrComm/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Func/Settings PC Site Viewer EZ F
Getting Ready Use j to select (Accept) and then Changing Your E-mail Address press c (Select). You can change the account E-mail addr E-mail address ess Use j to select the entry box, press c (Input), name of your e-mail address. enter an e-mail address using single-byte @ezweb.ne.jp @ezweb.ne.jp alphanumeric characters, and then press c (OK). � For details on entering e-mail addresses, see page 23. Account name Account name D Domain name omain name Use j to select (Send) and
Getting Ready EZ P assword Security Code and Passwords You can use a security code and other passwords Usage Subscribing or canceling subscriptions to Example EZweb fee-based contents described below. Take care not to forget your security code and passwords, The four-digit number you wrote on your Initial Setting because they are required for performing various subscription form operations and using subscription services. Premium EZ P assword Security Code Subscribing or canc
Making and Answering Calls Making an International Call Making and Answering Calls 001 International Call Service Making a Call Available without any additional application. Example: To call 212-123- in the USA When the standby screen is displayed, use 0 Enter the access code, a country code, area code to 9 to enter a phone number. � When calling to a fixed-line phone, you also need to enter and phone number, and then press N. the area code. Press N. � To end the ca
Making and Answering Calls Answering a Call Returning a Call ( Outgoing History/ Incoming Histor y) To answer a call, press N. � To end the call, press F or o. Example: Returning a call to a phone number in the incoming history Display When a Call is Received When the standby screen is displayed, press l. � Press r while the standby screen is displayed to display The phone number of the caller appears. the Outgoing History screen. If the caller's phone number and name are in the phone
Making and Answering Calls One-ring Indicator � Even in manner mode, the cell phone still emits a indicator (red) on the Incoming History screen indicates sound when autofocusing, a shutter sound when you you have received a one-ring call (a call rang for three take a photo. seconds or shorter). Be careful when you return a call to an unknown caller. Changing the Incoming Ring Tone Adjusting the Earpiece Volume When the standby screen is displayed, press c. during a Call Use
Making and Answering Calls Adjusting the Incoming Ring Turning On the Answer Memo Tone Volume When the standby screen is displayed, hold down C for at least one second. When the standby screen is displayed, press c. is displayed on the standby screen. Use a to select Func/Settings and then press c (Select). Turning Off the Answer Memo Use j to select Sound/Vib/Lamp and then When the standby screen is displayed, hold down C for press c (Select). at least one second. The an
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