VTech Kidizoom Touch User`s manual

User’s Manual
®
© 2014 VTech
Printed in China
91-002919-007 UK
INTRODUCTION
Kidizoom® Smart Watch is a great wearable gadget for children! Not
only will this watch show you the time, you can take photos, shoot video
and record your voice. Wake up to the alarm, use the timer and stop
watch and play the 3 built-in games!
PRODUCT LAYOUT AND BUTTONS
Wristband
Camera
Home button
1.41" Sensitive
touch screen
Micro USB port
Shutter button
INTRODUCTION / FEATURES
FEATURES
Battery switch
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Battery Switch
When the switch is set to 0
, the battery will be disconnected and the
watch will not function. Move the switch to 1
to enable the watch.
FEATURES / INCLUDED IN THIS PACKAGE
Shutter Button
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Press this button to launch the camera and to take photos.
Home Button
When the screen is off, press this button to wake up the watch and see
the time.
This button can also be used to enter the home menu, or to go back to
the previous submenu.
When the clock is displayed, hold this button down for a second to turn
the display off.
Touch Screen
Press the icons on screen to interact with activities and settings.
Micro USB
Connect to the computer with the included micro USB cable to transfer
files to a computer and to charge the watch.
INCLUDED IN THIS PACKAGE
• 1 Kidizoom® Smart Watch (with built-in Li-ion polymer battery*)
• 1 micro USB cable
• 1 User’s Manual
WARNING:All packing materials, such as tape, plastic sheets,
packaging locks and tags are not part of this toy, and
should be discarded for your child’s safety.
The battery in this product must not be disposed of with household
waste. This battery is recyclable, please follow your local recyling
regulations.
The toy is only to be connected to Class II equipment bearing the
following symbol
.
NOTE: Please keep user’s manual as it contains important
information.
* Battery is not replaceable.
Display
1.41” sensitive colour touch screen
Photo Resolution
640 X 480 (0.3 MP)
Video Resolution
320 X 240 pixel or 160 X 120 pixel @15 fps
Video Length limit
per file
60 seconds
Focus Range
1.5 feet - ∞
Internal Memory
128 MB built-in memory (shared with program
data, actual memory available for user storage
will be less)
Storage capacity
Photos: approx. 900 - 1000
Videos: approx. 7 minutes at 320 x 240 pixels,
approx. 15 minutes at 160 X 120 pixels
Note: The above amounts are approximations,
the actual amount depends on the shooting
environments. The video length limit is 1
minute per file.
File Format
Photos: Standard Baseline JPEG
Video: AVI (Motion JPEG)
Connectivity
Micro USB 2.0 cable (included) for connection
with computer
Battery
Li-ion Polymer battery (battery is not replaceable)
Optimum Operating
and Charging
Temperature
0 - 40°C
GETTING STARTED
When you use the watch for the first time, you
will need to turn the battery on. Locate the
battery switch on the back of the watch, then
move it to the 1
position.
When the watch is switched off, it will not
be possible to charge the watch or play any
activities.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION / GETTING STARTED
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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The watch may come with a small amount of charge, but we recommend
a full charge before playing. A full charge will take around 3 hours.
BATTERY RECHARGING
BATTERY RECHARGING
Note: Adult operation needed.
Connect the watch to a computer with the included micro USB cable to
charge the battery.
• Make sure the battery switch is turned on before recharging.
• Pull up the rubber cover of the micro USB port at the side of your watch.
• Insert the micro USB cable (small end) into the micro USB port on the watch.
• Insert the larger end of the micro USB cable into a USB port on the
computer. A USB port is usually marked with this symbol
.
• Once the connection is successful, you will see the battery recharging
symbol displayed on the watch screen.
• Check charging progress regularly throughout the process.
• When the battery is fully charged, a message will be displayed on the
screen for a while, then the screen will turn off. Disconnect the watch
from the computer.
Note: It will take approximately 3 hours to fully charge the battery. The
actual charging time depends on the power supply, the remaining charge
and the ambient temperature of the charging environment. The optimum
ambient temperature is 0°C - 40°C (32°F - 104°F). If your watch needs
longer than 3 hours to fully charge, please try charging from a different
USB power source.
BATTERY LIFE
The time the battery lasts between charges depends on play. Like other
electronic devices, more frequent usage will mean the battery will drain
more quickly. Some activities will be more demanding on the battery,
such as photo and video taking.
Battery time for reference
Condition
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Battery Time
Low Usage
2 weeks
Typical Usage
2-3 days
Heavy Usage
1 day
Note: The above battery time is based on the assumption that the
screen is turned off when not in use.
Battery Maintenance
• Give the battery a regular charge to keep it at optimum performance,
even when the watch isn't in use. For example, charge the watch a
charge at least every 6 months.
• Move the battery switch to 0
, when the watch isn't in use. Move it
to 1
before charging the battery.
Misuse of batteries can lead to them bursting, causing a fire or chemical
burns. Please read the below precautions:
• Do not disassemble.
• Do not crush and do not expose the battery to any shock or force such
as hammering, dropping or stepping on it.
• Do not short circuit.
• Do not expose to high temperatures or place near a heat source. Do
not leave in direct sunlight for any length of time.
• Do not dispose of in fire.
• Do not handle damaged or leaking batteries.
• Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
• Keep the battery dry.
• Examine the battery charging cord periodically for conditions that may
result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons (such as
damage to the output cord, housing, or other parts) and that, in an event
of such conditions, the battery charging cord should not be used until
properly repaired or replaced.
• If you find the time between charges is considerably shortened with
no change in usage, the battery could be nearing the end of its life.
Please dispose of the used battery as described in this manual.
The battery life varies from battery to battery depending on storage,
operating conditions and environment.
BATTERY NOTICE
BATTERY NOTICE
Disposal of the battery and product
The crossed-out wheelie bin symbols on products and batteries, or on
their respective packaging, indicates they must not be disposed of in
domestic waste as they contain substances that can be damaging to the
environment and human health.
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TO BEGIN USING KIDIZOOM® SMART WATCH
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The chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb, where marked, indicate
that the battery contains more than the specified value of
mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd) or lead (Pb) set out in Battery
Directive (2006/66/EC).
The solid bar indicates that the product was placed on the
market after 13th August, 2005.
Help protect the environment by disposing of your product or
batteries responsibly.
For more information, please visit:
www.recycle-more.co.uk
www.recyclenow.com
TO BEGIN USING
KIDIZOOM® SMART WATCH
Make sure the battery switch is in the on position
and charge the
battery before starting.
Press the home button
or shutter button
to wake the
watch up.
When turning the watch on for the first time, you will
need to set the date and time.
Swipe up and down over the day, month, year, hours
and minutes to change the current date and time. Tap
the
when you're done.
When the clock is displayed on screen, press the
home button
to go to the home menu. Press
the shutter button
to take photos and videos.
Note:
• If the battery level is too low and cannot keep the
clock running, you will need to enter the time and date
again after recharging.
• When the battery level is low, only the clock display
function is available. We recommend recharging the
battery as soon as possible before further use.
To preserve battery life, the screen will automatically shut off after a
short period of time when in clock mode.
Note: The auto screen off time can be set in Settings / Advanced / Auto
Screen Off. Please refer to the Settings section in this manual.
In other activities, it will return to clock mode automatically if there is no
input for 1 minute. When in camera mode, it will auto exit after 3 minutes.
When in slideshow, the auto exit time is 15 minutes.
If you have a timer running, it will return to the timer screen instead of
watch mode. The watch will not shut off automatically when the timer is
running.
BATTERY STATUS
The remaining battery capacity will be displayed on the main menu screen.
When the battery level is low, only the clock display function is available.
It is recommended to recharge the battery before further use.
When the battery level is too low, the watch will not turn on until it is
charged.
CONNECT TO A COMPUTER
FOR FILE TRANSFER
You can connect Kidizoom® Smart Watch to a PC or Mac computer
using the included micro USB cable. Once connected, you can transfer
files between the watch and computer. Please follow the following steps
to make the connection.
• Pull up the rubber cover of the micro USB port on the side of your watch.
• Insert the micro USB cable (small end) into the micro USB port on the
watch.
• Insert the larger end of the micro USB cable into a USB port on the
computer. A USB port is usually marked with this symbol
.
• You will see a removable drive called VTech 1557, please use this to
transfer files to and from the watch. There is another removable drive
called VT SYSTEM, which is for storage of system data.
Note: Once the watch is connected to your computer, do not disconnect
the watch whilst files are uploading or downloading. After you have
finished, remove the watch by following the steps to safely remove
hardware from your computer. You can then physically unplug the watch
from the computer.
BATTERY STATUS / CONNECT TO A COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC SCREEN OFF
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ACTIVITIES
To avoid any potential damage to your Kidizoom® Smart Watch,
ensure the micro USB rubber cover is fully covering the micro USB port
of the watch when it is not connected to the cable.
To back up photo or video files taken by Kidizoom® Smart Watch:
• Locate and open the DCIM folder in the removable drive VTech 1557.
• Your photo and video files will be placed in a subfolder. Drag and drop
the files to a location on your computer to back them up.
To back up voice files recorded by Kidizoom® Smart Watch:
• Locate and open the VOICE folder in the removable drive VTech
1557.
• Drag and drop the recorded voice files to a location on your computer
for back up.
To transfer photo or video files to Kidizoom® Smart Watch:
• Select the photo or video files you would like to upload from your
computer first.
• Locate and open the DOWNLOAD folder in the removable drive
VTech 1557, drag and drop the photo files into the PHOTO subfolder,
or VIDEO subfolder for video files.
Note : Do not transfer photo or video files created by other cameras to
Kidizoom® Smart Watch, as these file formats may not be compatible.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPUTER CONNECTION:
Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7 or Windows® 8
Operating Systems or Macintosh Computer with Mac OS X version 10.6,
10.7, 10.8 or 10.9.
ACTIVITIES
Clock Display
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When the home button is pressed, the
clock will be displayed.
Tap the centre of the screen to switch the
clock face between analogue and digital.
Swipe left or right on the screen to see
more clock faces.
Press the home button
to display the home menu for selecting
other activities.
Press the shutter button
to enter camera mode.
Hints: Swipe down from the top of the clock screen to get to the timer.
Swipe up from the bottom of the clock display screen to go to the
stopwatch screen. For more details of the timer and stopwatch, please
refer to pages 15 and 16.
Note: Hold the home button
for approximately 1 second to turn
the screen off.
Press the shutter button
to enter camera mode.
You can also switch to video mode here.
• Press the shutter button
or shutter icon on
screen
to take a photo.
• Tap the mode icon on screen
to change to video mode.
• Tap the magic icon on screen
to preview with a photo effect, then
press the left or right arrow icons or swipe the screen to go through
different photo effects.
• Tap the playback icon on screen
to view the taken photos or videos.
Photos will show on screen for 2 seconds. Press the shutter button
or tap the screen to exit playback and return to camera mode.
Video
Tap the mode icon on screen
in camera
mode at any time to go to video mode. The time limit
per video file is 1 minute.
• Press the shutter button
or record icon on
screen
to start recording. While recording, press
the shutter button
again or the stop icon on
screen
to stop.
• Tap the mode icon on screen
to change to camera mode.
• Tap the magic icon on screen
to preview with a video effect, then
press the left or right arrow icons or swipe the screen to go through
different video effects.
• Tap the playback icon on screen
to view videos.
When you finish recording a video, the playback will be shown.
• Tap the play icon on screen
to play the last recorded video.
• Tap the rubbish bin on screen
to display the delete menu.
ACTIVITIES
Camera
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ACTIVITIES
Home Menu
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Press the home button
to display the home
menu. There are 8 different activities to choose from.
1.Alarm
2.Playback
3.Voice Recorder
4.Games
5.Timer
6.Stopwatch
7.Clock face
8.Settings
• Tap the icon to enter this activity.
• Swipe left or right to scroll through the menu pages.
To change the menu layout to large icons, go to Settings/Menu Layout.
1.Alarm
You can set an alarm, choosing from a selection of
alarm tones and animations. You can also record your
own voice to use as an alarm.
• Tap the time or alarm icon to modify the alarm time.
• Tap the bell icon on screen
to toggle the alarm
on or off.
To change the alarm time:
• Select the hour and minute by swiping up or down
on the hours, minutes or AM/PM. (AM/PM only
applicable to 12-hour clock.)
• Tap the tone icon on screen
to display the alarm
tone selection menu. There are 10 built-in alarms,
swipe left or right to preview the different tones and
animations. Tap
to confirm the selection. One
option is a voice recorder for making your own alarm.
Tap the record icon on screen
to start recording
a short voice, tap the stop icon on screen
to stop
while recording or it will stop automatically after 3
seconds. Tap the play icon on screen
to play the
recorded voice.
Once you've chosen your alarm, tap the tick icon to confirm.
Note: If the battery runs completely exhausted, the alarm will need to
be set again.
2.Playback
3.Voice Recorder
Here you can record your own voice for up to 60
seconds per file and apply some fun voice changing
effects on the recorded voice.
Tap the record icon on screen
to start the voice
recording. While recording, tap the stop icon on screen
to stop.
Swipe the screen to see the previous or next file, Tap
the magic icon on screen
to display the voice effects
screen.
There are 5 built-in voice effects. On the voice effect
screen, tap the left or right icon on screen to preview the
different voice effects. Tap the save as icon to save the
voice with the selected voice effect as a separate voice
file. To exit the voice effects screen, tap the magic icon
again or press the home button
.
To delete the voice, tap the rubbish bin icon
on
screen and tap
to confirm.
ACTIVITIES
Here you can browse the captured photos or play the recorded videos.
• The latest file will be shown first, tap the arrow icons or swipe the
screen to see the previous or next file.
• Tap the slideshow icon
to view the photos in slideshow.
• Tap the play icon on screen
to play the video.
• Tap the rubbish bin on screen
to display the delete menu.
Note: To delete all photos and videos, press the down button on screen
and then follow the instructions to continue.
While playing a video, tap the fast rewind
fast forward
icon on
screen to toggle the fast rewind / forward function at 2X, 4X and 1X speed.
4.Games
There are 3 built-in games in Kidizoom® Smart Watch. Super Detective,
Rotating Puzzle and Finger Dance.
Swipe the screen to see the game icons, then tap one to play.
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A. Super Detective
You need a good memory to become a super detective!
Remember the face you see on the screen. On the next
screen you'll see a few different faces, can you spot the
original face?
B. Rotating Puzzle
A picture will be shown on the screen, then a part of it
will rotate! Rotate the piece to make the original photo
as quickly as you can!
C. Finger Dance
Listen to the music and look out for the circles around the
music notes. When they appear, tap the music note icon!
ACTIVITIES
5.Timer
Set a countdown timer here.
• Tap the play icon on screen
to start the timer
immediately.
• Tap the style icon
or swipe the screen left or
right to change the timer style. There are 5 different
timers for you to try out.
• Tap the time to enter the timer settings. Swipe up
or down on the minutes and seconds to change the
time. Once set, tap
to confirm.
• While the timer is running, tap
to pause the timing, tap it again to
resume. Tap
to stop the timing and reset the timer.
6.Stopwatch
Access the stopwatch here.
• Tap the play icon on screen
to start the
stopwatch.
• Tap the style icon
or swipe the screen left or
right to change the stopwatch style. There are 5 fun
stopwatch styles to select!
• While the stopwatch is running, tap
to pause the timing, tap it again
to stop the timing and reset the stopwatch to zero.
to resume. Tap
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7.Clock face
Here you can choose your favourite clock displays. There are 25
different analogue clock faces and 24 digital clock faces. The colour of
some clock faces can also be changed.
• Tap the analogue or digital clock button to display the clock face
selection screen.
• Tap the left or right icon or swipe the screen left or right to look at the
different clock faces.
• If there is a colour icon
on screen, tap it to toggle different colour
schemes for that clock face.
• When finished, tap
to confirm the selection.
In settings, swipe left or right on the screen to scroll though different
setting items. Here you can adjust the following items:
(A) Volume
• Tap
to increase the volume.
• Tap
to decrease the volume.
(B) Brightness
• Tap
to increase the LCD brightness.
• Tap
to decrease the LCD brightness.
(C) Date
• Tap the set icon to enter the date setup screen.
• On the date setup screen, swipe up or down on the day, month and
year to scroll through the options.
• Tap the date format icon on screen to change the date format (DD/
MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY).
Once selected, tap
to confirm.
(D) Time
• Tap the set button to enter the time setup screen.
• On the time setup screen, Swipe up or down on the hours, minutes,
or AM/PM to scroll through the options. (AM/PM are only applicable in
12-hour time format.)
• Tap the time format icon on screen to change the time format (12-hour
time or 24-hour time).
Once selected, tap
to confirm.
ACTIVITIES
8.Settings
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ACTIVITIES
(E) Menu layout
• Tap the set icon to enter the menu layout setup screen.
• Tap the left or right arrow icon on screen to change the colour scheme
of menu.
• Tap
or
to select a menu layout option.
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(F) Advanced settings
(i) Memory
Here you can see the free memory left or choose to format the
memory. Follow the instructions on screen if you would like to format
the memory.
Note: Format will erase all data in the memory, including all taken
photos, videos, voice files.
(ii) Image Display
As the saved photos and videos are in 4:3 ratio, here you can select
2 options for displaying the image in the preview screen and playback
screen:
Fit Image: Image displayed to actual scale with the left and right side
of the image unseen.
Fit Screen: Image scaled to fit the screen, whole image displayed,
but not to actual scale.
(iii) Video Resolution
There are 2 options here:
160 X 120: The video size is smaller and you can record and save
more videos.
320 X 240: The video quality is better, takes up more memory so less
videos can be recorded and saved.
(iv) Auto Screen Off
Here you can set the time for auto screen off.
There are 5 options: 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 1 minute, 3 minutes
and disable to turn it off.
(The auto screen off will be disabled after selecting this option. The
clock will always be displayed, but the screen will become dim if there
is no input for 10 seconds in clock display mode).
Tips: If the auto screen off time is set to one of the longer times, the
battery consumption will increase and the time the battery lasts will
become shorter.
(v) Indoor Light Frequency
Here you can set the A.C. power frequency according to the region
you're in when travelling. If it is not set correctly, you may find some
flickering on the camera/video’s preview screen and the captured
photos and videos when you are in a indoor environment.
(vi) Language
Here you can change the language on your Kidizoom® Smart Watch.
1.Keep the rubber cover of the micro USB port closed tightly while it is not in
use in order to prevent dust or water from getting into the micro USB port.
2.Keep the watch clean by wiping it with a slightly damp cloth.
3.Keep the watch out of direct sunlight and away from any direct heat
source.
4.Do not drop the watch on a hard surface and do not expose it to
moisture or immerse it in water.
5. Keep the lens clean. If you found the pictures taken are blurry, it could
be because there is dust or dirt on the lens. You can clean the lens by:
• Blowing on the lens.
• Gently wiping the lens with a dry cloth.
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 colours or patterns.
While Kidizoom® Smart Watch does not contribute to any additional
risks, we do recommend that parents supervise their children while
they play games. If your child experiences dizziness, altered vision,
disorientation, or convulsions, discontinue use immediately and consult
your doctor. Please note that focusing on at close range and handling a
Kidizoom® Smart Watch as a game controller 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.
Care & Maintenance
Care & Maintenance
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
Go through this section if you experience difficulty in operating
Kidizoom® Smart Watch.
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Problem
Solution
The watch
has stopped
working
1.Turn the battery switch off for a few minutes.
2.Turn the battery switch on again and then press
to turn it on. It should now
the home button
work properly.
3.If it doesn't work, try to recharge the battery and
try again.
(Refer to the battery recharging section for details)
Screen
display is
abnormal
1.Turn the battery switch off for a few minutes.
2.Turn the battery switch on again and then press
the home button
to turn it on. The screen
display should be normal again.
Image taken
is not clear
1.Make sure the lighting conditions of the shooting
environment are good.
2.Check to see if the camera lens is clean. If you
find some dust or dirt on it, please see the steps to
clean the lens in Care and Maintenance.
Cannot
connect to
computer
• Check the connections on the USB cable between
the watch and the computer and review the
appropriate connection procedures in this manual.
• Turn the battery switch off for a few minutes.
Turn the battery switch on and connect to the
computer again.
Can’t view the
downloaded
video or photo
files
Check if the downloaded files are in the correct
directory in the Kidizoom® Smart Watch. Photos
should be put in the DOWNLOAD/PHOTO folder,
videos should be put in the DOWNLOAD/VIDEO
folder in Kidizoom® Smart Watch when it is
connected to a computer.
Kidizoom® Smart Watch only supports the below
formats:
Photos in Standard Baseline JPEG and Videos in AVI
(Motion JPEG) created by Kidizoom® Smart Watch.
If the problem persists, please call our Consumer Services Department
on 01235 546810 (from UK) or +44 1235 546810 (outside UK), and a
service representative will be happy to help you.
Question 1:
I have bought a Kidizoom® Smart Watch, but it will not work with my
PC, my PC is looking for a driver. I have searched the internet and
cannot find a VTech® Kidizoom® Smart Watch driver. What can I do?
Answer:
There is no separate driver needed for the Kidizoom® Smart Watch. It
uses a standard USB mass storage device driver. Such a driver comes
standard on all Windows® operating systems starting with Windows®2000
Service Pack 3 (including Windows® XP, Vista and upwards) and Mac
OS® 9.0 or above. If your computer meets these OS requirements and
is still looking for a driver, please contact your PC manufacturer for
further assistance. For earlier operating systems that do not support
mass storage, a system upgrade or mass storage device driver may be
available. Again, please check with your PC manufacturer.
Question 2:
What is the ISO value (light sensitivity) of the Kidizoom® Smart Watch?
Answer:
The Kidizoom® Smart Watch uses an auto-ISO value. It auto adjusts
the exposure time and light sensitivity depending on the lighting
environment.
Question 3:
My Kidizoom® Smart Watch cannot be turned on.
Answer:
Please make sure the battery switch is on and the battery is charged.
Question 4:
Why are my pictures sometimes grainy and fuzzy? Is there anything I
can do to improve the picture quality?
Answer:
In a poorly lit environment, the frame rate (shutter speed) drops to allow
for a longer exposure time. The downside of this is that any movement
in the frame, or of the hand holding the camera, can result in greater
blur. Furthermore, the camera sensor will soften the edges in low light
TROUBLESHOOTING
Kidizoom® Smart Watch Frequently
Asked Questions
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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to counteract the darkness by reducing the image noise. This too can
sometimes result in a blurred picture. Try to improve the lighting to get
better results.
Question 5:
Why are the videos grainy and fuzzy when viewing on the computer
screen?
Answer:
Please check if the video player of your computer is set to display the
actual resolution and scale of your videos. Viewing the videos on a
enlarged screen will result in a poor display quality.
Also, you can set the video resolution of Kidizoom Smart Watch to 320
X 240. The video quality of this option would be better then the option
of 160 X 120.
Question 6:
Can you delete a group of pictures at one time, or do they have to be
deleted one at a time on the camera?
Answer:
If you connect Kidizoom® Smart Watch to your computer and access
it as an external drive, you can select multiple pictures to delete at any
one time.
Question 7:
If you accidentally delete the pictures by reformatting, is there any way
to get them back?
Answer:
Unfortunately, if you delete the pictures by formatting the internal
storage memory, there’s no way to retrieve them. There is third party
software that can help recover deleted data from storage, but we do not
recommend using this.
Question 8:
I am trying to transfer my pictures to my computer. I connected per the
instructions (connecting the micro USB cable to the watch and computer)
and the new drive appears. However, no pictures are automatically
downloading. Is there something I need to do at start up to get the
pictures downloaded and saved?
Answer:
The picture transfer operation does not start by itself. After you have
connected the micro USB cable to your computer and the drive appears
ready, you can open the drive, look under the folder DCIM and you
should find the images you captured with the Kidizoom® Smart Watch.
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Caution
How to take out the battery for disposal
Note: The below steps must be carried out by
an adult and with care.
1.Ensure the battery switch is set to the 0
position.
2.Loosen the four screws on the back of the
watch using a cross-head screwdriver,
then remove the back.
3.Locate the positive red wire and the negative black wire that connect
the battery to the watch.
Battery pack
Negative wire
Positive wire
Wearing protective gloves is suggested in case any battery leakage has
occurred.
4.Pull out the battery pack until both the positive and negative wires are
detached from the product.
Note: Do not cut the wires simultaneously with scissors, pointed objects
or any other electrical conductors.
How to take out the battery for disposal
Moreover, if you wish to download images to be viewed on Kidizoom®
Smart Watch, you can do so by moving the JPEG image files into the
folder DOWNLOAD/PHOTO.
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IMPORTANT NOTE
5.After the battery has been taken out, make sure it is handled and
disposed of properly.
Important note:
• Do not pierce the battery pack with any sharp objects.
• Do not allow any wires left attached to the battery to touch each other.
• Do not touch ends of wires attached to the battery with any other
electrical conductors.
• Do not expose the battery to direct sunlight or high temperatures.
• Do not handle a damaged Li-ion polymer battery.
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IMPORTANT NOTE:
Creating and developing VTech® products is accompanied by a
responsibility that we take very seriously. We make every effort to
ensure the accuracy of the information, which 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 on 01235 546810
(from UK) or +44 1235 546810 (outside UK) with any problems
and/or suggestions that you might have. A service representative
will be happy to help you.