VTech InnoTab Software - Cars 2 User`s manual

User’s Manual
Dear Parent,
At VTech®, we know how much you enjoy staying on top of the hottest trends and
having the most high-tech gadgets around. We also know that your kids feel the
same way. With that in mind, we developed InnoTab® 2, our first multi-function
tablet just for kids that brings all the magic of Mom’s and Dad’s tablets into a
fun-filled learning experience that fits their active lifestyles.
InnoTab® 2 is the next generation of learning toys for children that has a rich
library of cartridge software with interactive animated e-books, learning games,
creative activities along with a wide variety of additional apps. It features a 5”
brilliant color LCD touch screen, a rotating camera and video recorder, a tiltsensor for game control, as well as a USB port for downloads, SD card slot for
memory expansion and a headphone jack, all housed in a sleek, durable and
compact design for easy portability.
When playing with InnoTab® 2, kids can look, listen, touch, and tilt their way
through activities to discover a world of fun whenever they want and wherever
they go. Through interactive play, your child will develop skills in reading,
math, social studies, science, music, creativity, and more—which we know is
important to you.
At VTech®, we are dedicated to helping your children uncover their talents. We
thank you for your trust in our products that encourage active minds through
imaginative play.
Sincerely,
Your friends at VTech®
To learn more about InnoTab® 2 and other VTech® toys, visit www.vtechkids.com
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Introduction ....................................................................... 1
Included in this Package ............................................................ 1
Product Features ........................................................... 2
Getting Started ................................................................ 4
Battery Installation .....................................................................
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AC Adaptor ................................................................................
How to Play ................................................................................
Desktop Menu ...........................................................................
Status Bar ..................................................................................
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Content ..................................................................................
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InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create Cartridge ................................ 8
Built-in Apps ............................................................................... 9
Built-in Content .......................................................................... 16
Playing an InnoTab® Cartridge ................................................... 16
Online Features ................................................................ 17
Downloads Menu ....................................................................... 17
Inserting an SD Card ................................................................. 17
Connecting to a Computer ........................................................ 18
VTech® Kidizoom® Photos and Videos
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CARE & MAINTENANCE ....................................................... 22
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................ 24
TECHNICAL SUPPORT .......................................................... 26
Copyright Notices ............................................................ 26
Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability ................ 28
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ................................... 30
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE ..................................... 33
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Thank you for purchasing VTech® InnoTab® 2 The Learning App Tablet!
InnoTab® 2 is a multi-function, touch screen tablet for 3-9 year olds. Kids
will love using InnoTab® 2 to take photos and videos, read e-books, listen
to music, play games, and more. With SD card expanded memory, and
new apps being added all the time, InnoTab® 2 is a great tablet for busy
kids on the go.
Included in this Package
•One VTech® InnoTab® 2 Learning App Tablet (including 2 InnoTab® 2
Styluses)
•One InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create Cartridge
•One Learning Lodge Navigator® Installation CD
•One USB Cable
•One User’s Manual
InnoTab® 2 Styluses
Learning Lodge Navigator®
Installation CD
User’s manual
USB cable
InnoTab® 2 Read, Play
& Create Cartridge
InnoTab® 2
(Including 2 InnoTab® 2 Styluses)
Warning: All packing materials, such as tape, plastic sheets, packaging
locks, wire ties, and tags are not part of this toy, and should be discarded
for your child’s safety.
Note: Please keep the user’s manual as it contains important information.
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Rotating Camera
Camera Button
AC Adaptor Jack
Headphone Jack
Power Button
USB Port
Brightness Buttons
Microphone
Touch Screen
Volume Buttons
Help Button
Home Button
Battery
Cover
Battery Door Lock
Sliding Switch
InnoTab
Cartridge Port
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InnoTab® 2 Stylus
and Stylus Holder
SD Memory Card
Slot
Battery
Compartment
Wrist Strap Fastener
(Strap not included.)
Backup Battery
Slot & Cover
Stand
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FEATURES
Rotating Camera
ACTION
Rotate the camera to take pictures of yourself
and your friends.
Touch Screen Touch the screen with your finger or the
InnoTab® 2 stylus to play.
AC Adaptor Jack
Use this to connect an AC/DC adaptor (sold
separately).
Headphone Jack Use this to connect headphones (sold
separately).
Power Button
Press this button to turn InnoTab® 2 on or off.
USB Port Plug the included USB cable into this USB
port to connect the tablet to your computer.
Brightness Buttons
Press these buttons to adjust the screen
brightness.
Help Button
Press this button to replay voice instructions,
or ask for a hint.
Microphone
Speak into this microphone to record your
voice or play microphone games.
Volume Buttons
Press these buttons to adjust the sound
volume.
Camera Button
Press this button to enter the Camera app; or
if you are already in the Camera app, press
this button to take a picture.
Home Button
Press this button to return to the InnoTab®
2 desktop menu at any time.
InnoTab® Cartridge Port
Insert an InnoTab® cartridge (sold separately)
into this slot to play.
InnoTab® 2 Stylus &
Use your finger or this stylus to play. Always
place the InnoTab® 2 stylus back into the
Stylus Holder
stylus holder after use.
Backup Battery Slot & Cover The backup battery provides power for
the clock. For backup battery replacement
instructions, please see the Care &
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Wrist Strap Fastener
If you wish, attach a wrist strap here. (NOTE:
Battery Door Lock Sliding
Switch
Slide this switch to open the battery door.
Always replace the InnoTab® 2 battery door
after changing batteries.
Insert an SD memory card (not included).
Wrist strap not included.)
SD Card Slot
(NOTE: InnoTab® 2 is compatible with SD and
SDHC memory cards up to 32GB.)
Battery Compartment
Stand
Insert 4 “AA” batteries (not included). For
battery installation instructions, please see
the next section.
Pull out this stand to prop up InnoTab® 2 and
use it as a digital photo frame.
Battery Installation
•Make sure the tablet is turned off.
•Locate the battery door lock sliding switch on the
back of the tablet. Slide the switch to open the 1
battery door, then remove the door.
•Insert 4 “AA” batteries as shown in image 2.
•Make sure to replace the battery cover.
Battery Notice
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• Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
• Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the toy before being
charged (if removable).
• Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision
(if removable).
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix batteries of different types: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc),
or rechargeable (Ni-MH).
• Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended
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• Batteries are to be inserted with the correct polarity.
• Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the toy.
• The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
• The toy is not to be connected to more than the recommended number
of power supplies.
• Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
NOTE: When InnoTab ® 2 is running on
batteries, you may see this icon appear on the
screen
. This indicates that battery power
is low, and you should replace the batteries
soon. Battery time remaining once the icon
first appears is approximately 10-30 minutes,
depending on the type of batteries in use.
After that, InnoTab® 2 will show the very low battery screen for 3 seconds,
and then will turn off automatically.
To preserve battery life, InnoTab® 2 will shut down automatically when there
is no input for a few minutes.
AC Adaptor
•Using a VTech® adaptor (AC/DC 7.5V
400mA or 9V
300mA) is
recommended.
•Make sure the tablet is turned off.
•Plug the adaptor (sold separately) into the AC adaptor jack on the top of
InnoTab® 2.
•Plug the adaptor into a wall socket.
NOTE: The use of an adaptor will override the batteries. When the toy
is not going to be used for an extended period of time, unplug
the adaptor.
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Standard Guidelines for Adaptor Toys
• This toy is not intended for use by children under 3 years old.
• Only use the recommended toy transformer with this toy.
• The adaptor is not a toy.
• Never clean a plugged in toy with liquid.
• Do not connect the toy to more than the recommended number of
power supplies.
• Do not leave the toy plugged-in for extended periods of time.
How to Play
STEP 1: Turn InnoTab® 2 On
Turn InnoTab® 2 on by holding down the Power button
for a few seconds. A VTech® logo and an InnoTab® 2
logo will appear and remain onscreen for a few seconds.
STEP 2: Personalize Your Profile
The first time you turn on InnoTab® 2, you will be asked
to personalize your profile. When you are asked to enter
your name, use the on-screen keyboard to type in your
name, and touch “OK” when you’re done. When you are
asked to take your profile picture, touch the on-screen
shutter icon, and then touch “OK.”
STEP 3: InnoTab® 2 Desktop
In the InnoTab® 2 desktop, you will see 14 built-in app icons. Flick left or
right to look at the apps available on the desktop menu, and then touch an
app icon to start playing. (For more details about the built-in apps, please
see the Built-in Apps section below.)
NOTE: When you start playing with InnoTab® 2, please go to the Clock app
to update the date and time to the current date and time. See the Clock
section below for more details.
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Desktop Menu
Status Bar
Built-in Apps
Cartridge Icon
Downloads
Desktop
Desktop
Status Bar: View the Profile name and current time.
Built-in Apps: Touch an app icon to play.
Cartridge Icon: If an InnoTab® cartridge (sold separately) is inserted, touch
the cartridge icon to play.
Downloads: Touch the Downloads icon to view, play, or manage any content
that you have downloaded from Learning Lodge Navigator®. (Please see
the Downloads Menu section below for details.)
Status Bar
Time
Name
Name - The profile name is displayed here.
Time - This is the time display. Go into the Clock app to reset the time if it
does not match your time zone.
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Common Function Icons
Icon
Function
Touch this to confirm you are done with the current task.
Touch this to cancel.
Touch this to add a new item.
Touch this to delete an item.
Touch this to edit/modify.
Touch this to go back/return to previous screen.
Touch this to exit.
Touch this to enter the delete mode.
Touch this to enter the edit/settings mode.
This indicates that the content has been locked in the Parent
Settings. Hold
to unlock the content before it can be
deleted.
InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create Cartridge
Insert the InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create cartridge into the cartridge port.
You will see a cartridge icon appear at the bottom of the desktop menu.
Touch the icon to play. (NOTE: The InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create cartridge is
compatible with InnoTab® 2 only.)
E-Book: What’s That Noise?
Rufus was a good old country dog. But one
day, Rufus and his family packed up and moved
to the city. Rufus needed to learn to be a city
dog. The first thing he learned was the city
was LOUD! Read along with Rufus to find out
“WHAT’S THAT NOISE?”!
Curriculum: Reading
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Camera Game: Alien Rescue
Find the lost aliens on Earth to help them back home.
Curriculum: Matching
TIP: Turn your InnoTab® 2 camera lens out (away from you) to
play this game.
Creative Activity: Color & Pop
Touch the Color & Pop icon to color a picture and see
it move.
Touch the paint to choose a color, and then touch the
picture to fill in that color on the picture.
Paint – Touch a paint can to
Exit
choose a color. Flick up or down
New Page
to look at all the colors.
Eye Icon
Exit - Touch this to exit.
Undo
New Page – Touch this to open Music On/Off
a new picture.
Eye Icon – Touch this to see your
picture move. Tilt the tablet left,
right, up, or down to find what is hiding in the picture.
Undo – Touch this to undo what you just did.
Music On/Off - Touch this to turn the background music on or off.
Built-in Apps
E-Reader
Touch the E-Reader icon to read e-books downloaded
from Learning Lodge Navigator®. Flick left or right to
move between the bookshelves and see all the e-books
you have downloaded.
One e-book - “What’s That Noise?” - is included on the
InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create cartridge. (Please see
the InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create Cartridge section
above for details.)
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Connect to Learning Lodge Navigator® to purchase and download more
e-books. See the Connecting to a Computer section on page 18 for more
details.
Games
Touch the Games icon to play the built-in games or games
that you have purchased and downloaded from Learning
Lodge Navigator®. Flick left or right to move between the
game shelves.
One camera game - Alien Rescue - is included on the
InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create cartridge. (Please see the
InnoTab® 2 Read, Play & Create Cartridge section above
for details.) And one motion-sensor game - Face Race
- is included on your tablet at purchase. (Please see the
Built-in Content section below for details.)
Connect to Learning Lodge Navigator® to purchase and download more
games. See the Connecting to a Computer section on page 18 for more details.
Music
Touch the Music icon to listen to MP3 format songs you
have transferred to your InnoTab® 2. You can purchase
and download music from Learning Lodge Navigator®,
or you can transfer music to your InnoTab® 2 from your
computer using Learning Lodge Navigator®. Expand
InnoTab® 2 memory by inserting an SD memory card
(not included). Connect your InnoTab® 2 to Learning
Lodge Navigator® and select “File Manager” to transfer
music. See the Connecting to a Computer section on
page 18 for more details.
Video Recorder
Previous
Play/Pause Next Trash
Touch the Video Recorder icon to record video. The maximum recording
length for each video is 5 minutes.
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Time
Thumbnail
Record button
Time - This is the elapsed time of the video now recording.
Record button - Touch this to start/stop recording.
Thumbnail - Touch this to view the video you have just taken.
WARNING: Video recording may take up memory quickly. Connect your InnoTab®2 to
Learning Lodge Navigator® and select “File Manager” to back up your videos to your
computer regularly. See Connecting to a Computer Section on page 18 for more details.
Camera
Touch the Camera icon to take photos with fun decorations and effects.
Normal Mode
Thumbnail
Frame Mode
Sticker Mode
Arrows
Kaleidoscope
Face Detection
Shutter
Funny Face
Normal Mode - Touch this to take a photo without any decoration or effect.
Frame Mode - Touch this to take a photo with a frame.
Sticker Mode - Touch this to take a photo with a silly sticker.
Kaleidoscope - Touch this to take a photos through a kaleidoscope.
Funny Face - Touch this to make a funny face photo.
Thumbnail - Touch this to view the photo you have just taken.
Arrows - Touch these to see more stickers, frames, kaleidoscope effects,
or funny face effects.
Face Detection - Touch this to turn face detection on or off.
Shutter - Touch this to take a photo.
TIP: You can select the photo resolution by changing the Photo Size options in
the Settings menu. More memory space is required for higher photo
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NOTE: Not all effects can be saved on all photo resolutions.
Videos
Touch the Videos icon to watch motion jpeg (MJPEG) and H.264 format
videos you have transferred to your InnoTab® 2 from your computer,
videos that you have purchased and downloaded from Learning Lodge
Navigator®, or videos that you have taken with the Video Recorder app on
your InnoTab® 2. Expand InnoTab® 2 memory by inserting an SD memory
card (not included). Connect your InnoTab® 2 to Learning Lodge Navigator®
and select “File Manager” to transfer videos.
Video
Recorder
Album
Previous Rewind Play/Pause Forward Next Trash Can
See the Connecting to a Computer section on page 18 for more details.
Album - Touch this to go to see a list of saved videos.
Previous – Touch this to go to the previous video.
Rewind – Touch this to rewind the video.
Play/Pause – Touch this to play or pause the video.
Forward – Touch this to fast forward the video.
Next – Touch this to go to the next video.
Trash Can – Touch this to delete the current video.
Video Recorder - Touch this to use your InnoTab® 2 Video Recorder.
For more details about transferring videos to your InnoTab® 2, please see
the VTech® Kidizoom® Photos and Videos section below.
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Photos
Touch the Photos icon to look at jpeg
format photos you have transferred to
your InnoTab® 2 and photos taken with
the InnoTab ® 2 Camera app. You can
transfer photos to your InnoTab® 2 from
your computer using Learning Lodge
Navigator®. Expand InnoTab® 2 memory
by inserting an SD memory card (not
included). Connect your InnoTab® 2 to
Learning Lodge Navigator® and select
“File Manager” to transfer photos. See
the Connecting to a Computer section on
page 18 for more details.
Camera
Album
Trash
Can
Set Wallpaper Previous Play Next Album - Touch this to see a list of saved photos.
Set Wallpaper – Touch this to set the current photo as your desktop
wallpaper.
Previous – Touch this go to the previous photo.
Play – Touch this to view a photo slideshow.
Next – Touch this to go to the next photo.
Trash Can – Touch this to delete the current photo.
Camera - Touch this to use your InnoTab® 2 Camera app.
TIP: Turn the rotating Camera to the front to take a photo of yourself. Turn
the rotating Camera to the back to take a picture of your friends. You
can change the viewing orientation between landscape and portrait by
rotating the tablet.
For more details about transferring photos to your SD card, please see
the VTech® Kidizoom® Photos and Videos section below.
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Art Studio
Touch the Art Studio icon to draw a picture or edit a photo. Touch a tool on the
right to start your creation.
New Page
Save
Reset
Undo
Music On/Off
Pencil
Brush
Magic Pen
Sticker
Fun Tool
Eraser
Pencil – Touch this to draw with different colored pencils.
Brush – Touch this to paint with different colored brushes.
Magic Pen – Touch this to draw with fun color and pattern pens.
Sticker – Touch this to put stickers on your creation.
Fun Tool – Touch this to play with silly tools – such as a hopping frog!
Eraser – Touch this and then touch the screen to erase what you’ve done.
New Page – Touch this to make a new creation. You can choose a page
template or a photo to start with.
Save – Touch this to save your creation.
Reset – Touch this to reset the whole creation.
Undo – Touch this to undo what you just did.
Music On/Off – Touch this to turn the background music on or off.
TIP: Touch
to go back to the toolbox menu.
Calendar
Touch the Calendar icon to look at or edit your
calendar. To mark a day with a sticker, drag a
sticker from the tool bar to the day. To add a
note, touch the day, and then type in your note
using the pop-up keyboard.
Touch
to delete a sticker or a note.
You can save up to 500 stickers to mark your important dates!
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Notes
Touch the Notes icon to type a new note or view a note
you have saved. Touch anywhere on the page to open
the pop-up keyboard and start typing.
To look at your saved notes, flick left or right to see the
previous or next note. To see a list of all your notes,
.
touch
You can save up to 500 characters per note and a
maximum of 100 notes.
Friends
Touch the Friends icon to add a new friend or view your
friends’ info that you have saved.
Flick up or down to look at more friends. To view or edit
a friend’s information, touch that friend’s name.
You can save info for a maximum of 20 friends.
Calculator
Touch the Calculator icon to do simple calculations.
TIP: Try shaking the tablet to see what happens.
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Clock
Touch the Clock to set the time or date, or use the
stopwatch.
Clock – Touch this to view or adjust the time.
Stopwatch – Touch this to use the stopwatch to count up.
Date – Touch this to view or adjust the date.
Settings
Touch the Settings icon to edit your profile name, set a
profile picture, record a greeting message, set desktop
Clock Stopwatch Date
wallpaper, change camera photo size, check memory
usage, delete game records, lock content from deletion
and view the InnoTab® 2 firmware version number.
Register your InnoTab® 2 on Learning Lodge Navigator®
to obtain a registered license for the onboard content
and software. To ensure that your tablet has been
registered, go to the About menu in the Settings menu
in your InnoTab® 2. You will see the license type listed
as "Trial" until your InnoTab® 2 is registered on Learning
Lodge Navigator®.
TIP: You can reset the tablet to factory settings by typing
R-E-S-E-T into the My Name profile in Settings.
Warning: Any data saved in internal memory will be lost. Data saved
in an SD card (not included) will not be affected by resetting the tablet.
Built-in Content
G-Sensor Game: Face Race
Use the camera to put yourself in the game!
Tilt the tablet left or right to balance your
avatar.
Curriculum: Problem Solving
You can find this game in the Games app and Downloads menu.
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Playing an InnoTab® Cartridge
If an InnoTab® cartridge (sold separately) has been inserted properly, you
will see the cartridge icon at the bottom of the desktop menu screen. Touch
the cartridge icon to play.
Register online to keep track of your child’s learning journey with personalized
recommendations. You can also connect to our Learning Lodge Navigator®
to download great apps, e-books, music, videos and themes online. To install
the InnoTab® 2 version of the Learning Lodge Navigator® software on your
computer, use the included Learning Lodge Navigator® Installation CD, or
go to www.vtechkids.com/download to download and install it.
Downloads Menu
In the InnoTab® 2 desktop, touch the Downloads icon to
manage your downloaded content. Touch any category at
the bottom to see the downloaded items in that category.
of the category. Touch
to enter the delete mode.
In delete mode, touch an item to delete it. A pop-up menu
will ask if you really want to delete that item. Touch “Yes”
to confirm, or “No” to cancel. If you see
, hold
to
unlock the content. The built-in game Face Race is not
able to be deleted.
Inserting an SD Card
You can insert an SD card (not included) into your InnoTab® 2 to expand
available memory for downloaded content, photos, videos or music.
InnoTab® 2 is compatible with memory cards up to 32GB.
-Make sure the tablet is turned off.
-Locate the SD card slot on the back of InnoTab® 2 under the battery
cover.
-Make sure the SD card is not write-protected. Insert the SD card, as
shown in images 3 & 4.
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Connecting to a Computer
•Instructions for PC:
Insert the Learning Lodge Navigator® CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Wait for the installation screen to come up. If the installation screen does
not come up automatically, go to “My Computer” and then right click on
the CD-ROM drive. From the drop-down menu, choose “Explore” and
double click the “VTech_Toy_Setup.exe” icon to start it up manually.
Select the InnoTab® 2 version of Learning Lodge Navigator® on the
installation screen.
•Instructions for Macintosh Computer:
Insert the Learning Lodge Navigator® CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Double click the “VTech Toy Setup” icon in the pop-up window.
•Click “Install” to begin the installation.
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•Follow the on-screen prompts to install Learning Lodge Navigator®.
NOTE: The installation program for the InnoTab® 2 version of Learning
Lodge Navigator® can also be downloaded from
www.vtechkids.com/download for US or
www.vtechcanada.com/toysdownload for Canada.
•Insert an SD card into your InnoTab® 2, as shown on Page 18, if you wish
to expand the available memory.
•Turn on your InnoTab® 2.
•Locate the USB port on the upper right-hand side of your InnoTab® 2
and open the rubber port cover.
•Insert the smaller end of the included USB cable into the USB port on
your InnoTab® 2.
•Insert the larger end of the USB cable into a USB port on your computer.
The USB port is usually marked with the symbol that appears on the USB
port cover of your InnoTab® 2. Please refer to images 5 & 6 below.
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Video
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After connecting to your computer with the USB
cable, your InnoTab® 2 screen will show a Connected
to Computer screen (image 7). For help using the
Download Center refer to the Help section of the
Learning Lodge Navigator®.
VTech® Kidizoom® Photos and Videos
Slide out the stand until it clicks into place. Then use it to
set up your InnoTab® 2 as a photo frame.
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You can use the stand to set up the InnoTab® 2 in either portrait or landscape
orientation.
Note: For your safety, please do NOT place your
fingers into the sliding hinge mechanism.
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Any photos or videos captured by a VTech® Kidizoom® CameraTM and saved
on an SD card can be viewed without conversion on InnoTab® 2. Insert the
SD card that contains the photos/videos directly into the InnoTab® 2. Or you
may transfer photos/videos from your computer to your InnoTab® 2 using
Learning Lodge Navigator®. See the Photos section above for more details.
InnoTab® 2 supports JPEG formatted photos and MJPEG/H.264 baseline
profile formatted video playback. Other video formats can be converted to
work with InnoTab® 2 using third party software (not included). There may be
legal restrictions associated with the use of commercial video files, movies,
programs and other content for which VTech® accepts no responsibility or
liability. Users should take responsibility for observing relevant copyright
law in their country for this type of media.
Recommended format settings required for video playback compatibility
with InnoTab® 2:
When converting your video for InnoTab, please follow the following guidelines:
Supported format:
H.264 baseline profile video and MP3 audio in an AVI file.
Recommended resolution:
480x272 if source is 16:9 and 320x240 if source is 4:3. Other resolutions are supported
but are not optimal for the device.
Recommended Video bitrate:
600 Kbps. Other bitrates are supported but are not optimal for the device.
Recommended Audio bitrate:
96 Kbps. Other bitrates are supported but are not optimal for the device.
Maximum file size:
2GB (over 5 hours of play time using the recommended setup).
The following freeware programs may be used to convert most videos:
Avanti GUI
eRightSoft Super©
MediaCoder
TEncoder
(All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. VTech® does not endorse,
support or accept any liability for the freeware listed above.)
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NOTE: Do not disconnect InnoTab® 2 or the computer while files are downloading.
After you have finished, turn off the tablet to save power. When not connected
to a computer, please close the USB port cover on the InnoTab® 2 for safety.
Care & Maintenance
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5.
Keep InnoTab® 2 out of direct sunlight and away from direct sources
of heat.
Remove the batteries when not using it for an extended period of time.
Avoid dropping it. NEVER try to dismantle it.
Always keep your InnoTab® 2 away from water.
Please examine the toy transformer periodically for conditions that
may result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons (such
as damage to the output cord, blades, housing, or other parts) and
that, in an event of such conditions, the transformer should not be
used until properly repaired.
Using the InnoTab® 2 touch screen and stylus:
• Use only enough pressure to operate the game. Too much pressure
may damage the touch screen.
• Do not use the stylus if it is broken.
• Do not use any other styli on the touch screen other than the InnoTab®
2 stylus.
• Put the stylus back in the stylus holder when not in use.
Cleaning InnoTab® 2 touch screen
• Slightly dampen a soft, lint-free cloth with a little water and wipe the
screen to loosen dirt.
• Using a clean and dry cloth, wipe the screen dry. Repeat these two steps
as needed.
Cleaning InnoTab® 2 cabinet
• Keep your InnoTab® 2 clean by wiping it with a slightly damp cloth. Never
use solvents or abrasives.
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Backup battery replacement
•Make sure the tablet is turned off.
•Locate the battery cover on the back of the tablet, under the stand. Locate
the backup battery cover on the back of the tablet, then open it with a
screwdriver as shown in image 8.
•Insert 1 3V CR2032 battery in the battery compartment with the “+” side
facing up as show in image 9.
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9
•Make sure to replace the backup battery cover.
WARNING
A very small percentage of the public, due to an existing condition, may
experience epileptic seizures or momentary loss of consciousness when
viewing certain types of flashing colors or patterns, especially on television.
While the InnoTab® 2 Learning App Tablet does not contribute to any additional
risks, we do recommend that parents supervise their children while they play
video games. If your child experiences dizziness, altered vision, disorientation,
or convulsions, discontinue use immediately and consult your physician. Please
note that focusing on an LCD screen at close range for a prolonged period
of time may cause fatigue or discomfort. We recommend that children take
a 15-minute break for every hour of play.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Screen displays with
no sound
Possible Reason
Volume is turned down.
Headphones are
connected.
Screen turns on, then Battery power low
immediately off
No picture (or
Program needs to be
incorrect picture) on reset
screen, and pressing
the Power button has
no effect.
No screen display
after pressing Power
button
The cartridge icon
does not appear on
desktop
USB connection
window does
not pop up after
connecting to
computer
Solution
Adjust the volume control.
Unplug headphones from
headphone jack.
Replace the battery.
Battery power low
Disconnect all power supplies
(batteries and adaptor), then
reconnect all power supplies.
Press the Power button.
Remove the cartridge, clean it if
necessary, and then re-insert it
into the InnoTab® 2.
Replace the battery.
Incomplete battery
installation
Make sure to install all batteries
in the battery compartment.
No AC adaptor power
Securely connect the AC
adaptor or car adaptor to both
the InnoTab® 2 and the power
source.
Remove the cartridge, clean it if
necessary, and then re-insert it
into the InnoTab® 2.
Securely connect the USB cable
to InnoTab® 2 and the computer.
Poor cartridge
connection
Poor USB cable
connection
Connection is running
through USB hub
Connect the InnoTab® 2 directly
to the computer, without using
a hub.
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Clock time is not
accurate
Backup battery power
low
Touch screen is
inaccurate or it is
impossible to select
the correct icon on
the screen.
Inserted an SD card
(not included), but
the tablet cannot
recognize it.
Files copied
to the tablet's
internal memory
disappeared.
Touch screen requires
calibration.
Replace backup battery (for
backup battery replacement
instructions, please see the
Care & Maintenance section on
page 23).
Turn the InnoTab® 2 OFF. Then
hold
,
and
down
when turning the InnoTab® 2 ON.
Follow the steps on the screen.
SD card format is not
FAT32.
Format the SD card to FAT32 in
your computer.
The tablet's memory
was not formatted to
FAT32.
If formatting the memory is
necessary, make sure it is
formatted to FAT32.
If your InnoTab® 2 does not respond to an inserted cartridge, please
carefully try the following:
• Remove all batteries and unplug all wiring.
• Use a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol or an alcohol-based window
cleaner to gently clean the contact area of the cartridge slot.
• If necessary, dry all the clean contact areas with a soft, lint-free cloth.
• Please make sure that all parts are completely dry before restoring
electricity.
Static electricity may cause the InnoTab® 2 to malfunction. In some cases,
the game play score stored in the tablet memory may be lost. In cases
where InnoTab® 2 is malfunctioning due to static electricity, reset the tablet
by removing and reinstalling the batteries, or by unplugging and replugging
the AC adaptor. Or, if the static electricity malfunction occurred during the
downloading process, disconnect the USB cable, delete the corrupted file,
and reset the tablet as described above. Then reconnect the USB cable
and restart the download process.
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Technical Support
•If you have a problem that cannot be solved by using this manual, we
encourage you to visit us online or contact our Consumer Services
Department with any problems and/or suggestions that you might have.
A support representative will be happy to assist you. Before requesting
support, please be ready to provide or include the information below:
• The name of your product or model number (the model number is located
on the back of the display panel).
• The actual problem you are experiencing.
• The actions you took right before the problem started.
Internet : www.vtechkids.com
Phone : 1-800-521-2010 in the U.S. or 1-877-352-8697 in Canada
Copyright Notices
Copyright 2012 VTech® Electronics North America, L.L.C. All Rights
Reserved. VTech® a registered trademark and the VTech® logo are
registered trademarks of VTech®. Learning Lodge Navigator® is a trademark
of VTech®. InnoTab® 2 is a trademark of VTech® Electronics North America,
L.L.C. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
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IMPORTANT NOTE:
Creating and developing InnoTab® 2 The Learning App Tablet product is
accompanied by a responsibility that we at VTech® take very seriously. We
make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information that forms the
value of our products. However, errors sometimes can occur. It is important
for you to know that we stand behind our products and encourage you to
call our Consumer Services Department at 1-800-521-2010 in the U.S. or
1-877-352-8697 in Canada, with any problems and/or suggestions that you
might have. A service representative will be happy to help you. This product
is licensed under the AVC patent portfolio license for the personal use of
a consumer or other uses in which it does not receive remuneration to
(i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard (“AVC video”) and/or
(ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a
personal activity and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to
provide AVC video.
No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use. Additional
information may be obtained from MPEG LA, L.L.C. See
http://www.mpegla.com
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VTech® Electronics North America, L.L.C. and its suppliers assume no
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through the use of this software. VTech® Electronics North America, L.L.C.
and its suppliers assume no responsibility for any damage or loss caused
by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, dead battery, or repairs. Be
sure to make backup copies of important data on other media to protect
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Notice: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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•Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ices-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe b est conforme à la norme nmb-003
du Canada.
Caution : Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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