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www.philips.com/welcome
PhotoFrame
SPF5008
SPF5208
SPF5010
SPF5210
SPF7008
SPF7208
SPF7010
SPF7210
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User manual
Transfer from PC (SPF5008/
SPF5208/SPF5010/SPF5210)
Contents
1 Important
Safety
Safety precautions and
maintenance
Notice
CE Declaration of Conformity
(SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF5010/
SPF5210)
CE Declaration of Conformity
(SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/
SPF7210)
Recycling
End of life disposal
Recycling Information
for Customers
Compliance with
Electro-Magnetic Field (EMF)
North Europe Information
(Nordic Countries)
Banned Substance Declaration
Bluetooth Statement (SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210)
Third party software
2 Your PhotoFrame
Introduction
What’s in the box
Overview of your PhotoFrame
(SPF5008/SPF5208)
Overview of your PhotoFrame
(SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210)
3 Get started
Install the stand
Connect power
Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
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Transfer from a storage device
Transfer by Philips PhotoFrame
Manager (SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
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4 Play
Play photos
Play video
Play background music
Display a theme clock (SPF5008/
SPF5208/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
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5 Browse and manage photos/video or
albums
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album mode
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the Favorites album
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Rotate a photo
Select a photo effect
Group photos by name/date
Select several photos at a time
Remove photos/video or music
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Manage an album
Create an album
Rename an album
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6 Show date/time in slideshow
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7 Create a reminder
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Edit a reminder
8 Slideshow setting
Select a transition effect
Select background
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Display collage photos
9 Other settings
Use the quick menu
Select an on-screen language
Adjust brightness
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10 Upgrade the PhotoFrame
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11 Product information
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12 Frequently asked questions
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13 Appendix
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Send photos from your mobile
phone with Bluetooth connection
14 Glossary
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Set time/date
Set time/date format
Smart Power setting
Specify time to auto on/off
Specify brightness to auto on/off
Hibernate your PhotoFrame
Set Auto Orientation
Turn on/off button sound
Protect/Unprotect content on a
storage device
Set Demo
Bluetooth (SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
Set up Bluetooth connection
Set Bluetooth pin code
View information of the PhotoFrame
Rename the PhotoFrame
Reset all settings to factory default
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Please visit www.philips.com/welcome where
you can access a full set of supporting materials
such as user manual, the latest software updates
and answers to frequently asked questions.
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1 Important
Safety
Safety precautions and maintenance
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‡
‡
‡
‡
‡
‡
‡
‡
‡
Never touch, push, rub or strike the
screen with hard objects as this may
damage the screen permanently.
When the product is not used for long
periods, unplug it.
Before you clean the screen, turn off and
unplug the power cord. Only clean the
screen with a soft, water-damp cloth.
Never use substances such as alcohol,
chemicals or household cleaners to clean
the product.
Never place the product near naked
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direct sunlight.
Never expose the product to rain or
water. Never place liquid containers, such
as vases, near the product.
Never drop the product. When you drop
the product, it will be damaged.
Keep the stand away from cables.
Ensure that you install and use services or
software only from trustworthy sources
free of virus or harmful software.
This product is designed for indoor use
only.
Only use the supplied power adaptor for
the product.
Caution
‡ (For SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210)
Bluetooth connectivity of the PhotoFrame
may cause wireless interference. Ensure that
you disconnect Bluetooth connection or
switch off your PhotoFrame when you use it
in a vehicle.
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Notice
Warranty
No components are user serviceable. Do not
open or remove covers to the inside of the
product. Repairs may only be done by Philips
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Failure to do so shall void any warranty, stated
or implied.
Any operation expressly prohibited in
this manual, any adjustments, or assembly
procedures not recommended or authorised
in this manual shall void the warranty.
CE Declaration of Conformity
(SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF5010/SPF5210)
Philips Consumer Lifestyle declares under our
responsibility that the product is in conformity
with the following standards
EN60950-1:2006 (Safety requirement of
Information Technology Equipment)
EN55022:2006 (Radio Disturbance
requirement of Information Technology
Equipment)
EN55024:1998 (Immunity requirement of
Information Technology Equipment)
EN61000-3-2:2006 (Limits for Harmonic
Current Emission)
EN61000-3-3:1995 (Limitation of Voltage
Fluctuation and Flicker)
following provisions of directives applicable
73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directive)
2004/108/EC (EMC Directive)
2006/95/EC (Amendment of EMC and Low
Voltage Directive) and is produced by a
manufacturing organization on ISO9000 level.
Hereby Philips Consumer Lifestyle, P&A,
declares that this Digital PhotoFrame
SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210/00-/05 is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Recycling
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When you see the crossed-out wheel bin
symbol attached to a product, it means the
product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct
disposal of your old product helps prevent
potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
End of life disposal
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‡
‡
Your new product contains materials that
can be recycled and reused. Specialized
companies can recycle your product to
increase the amount of reusable materials
and to minimize the amount to be
disposed of.
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on how to dispose of your old monitor
from your local Philips dealer.
(For customers in Canada and U.S.A.)
Dispose of in accordance to local-state
and federal regulations.
For additional information on recycling contact
www.eia.org (Consumer Education Initiative).
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CE Declaration of Conformity
(SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210)
Recycling Information for Customers
Philips establishes technically and
economically viable objectives to optimize
the environmental performance of the
organization’s product, service and activities.
From the planning, design and production
stages, Philips emphasizes the importance of
making products that can easily be recycled.
At Philips, end-of-life management primarily
entails participation in national take-back
initiatives and recycling programs whenever
possible, preferably in cooperation with
competitors.
There is currently a system of recycling up and
running in the European countries, such as
The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden
and Denmark.
In U.S.A., Philips Consumer Lifestyle North
America has contributed funds for the
Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) Electronics
Recycling Project and state recycling initiatives
for end-of-life electronics products from
household sources. In addition, the Northeast
Recycling Council (NERC) - a multi-state
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recycling market development - plans to
implement a recycling program.
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be taken back by Environment Protection
Administration (EPA) to follow the IT product
recycling management process, detail can be
found in web site www.epa.gov.tw.
Compliance with Electro-Magnetic
Field (EMF)
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
manufactures and sells many products
targeted at consumers, which, like any
electronic apparatus, in general have the
ability to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals.
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One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to
take all necessary health and safety measures
for our products, to comply with all applicable
legal requirements and to stay well within
the EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Philips is committed to develop, produce and
market products that cause no adverse health
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handled properly for their intended use, they
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available today.
Philips plays an active role in the development
of international EMF and safety standards,
enabling Philips to anticipate further
developments in standardisation for early
integration in its products.
North Europe Information (Nordic
Countries)
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Banned Substance Declaration
This product complies with RoHs and Philips
BSD (AR17-G04-5010-010) requirements.
Bluetooth Statement (SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210)
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Philips
is under license.
Third party software
This product contains wpa_supplicant
software that is licensed subject to the
following conditions:
Copyright © 2006, Jouni Malinen
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All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary
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permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
‡ Redistributions of source code
must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
‡ Redistributions in binary form must
reproduce the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other
materials provided with the
distribution.
‡ Neither the name of the
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of its contributors may be used
to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without
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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY
THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
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EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT
OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
Class II equipment symbol:
This symbol indicates that this product has a
double insulation system.
The making of unauthorized copies of
copy-protected material, including computer
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recordings, may be an infringement of
copyrights and constitute a criminal offence.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
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2 Your
PhotoFrame
What’s in the box
Congratulations on your purchase, and
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support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
‡
Philips Digital PhotoFrame
‡
Stand
‡
AC-DC power adaptor
Introduction
With your PhotoFrame, you can enjoy:
‡ Digital photo
‡ Home video
‡ MP3 music as background
‡ (SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210) Theme clock
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the wall for a continuous play.
‡ For SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF5010/SPF5020
After you connect your PhotoFrame to
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from the PC to your PhotoFrame.
‡ For SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210
You can use Philips PhotoFrame Manager,
an application software on a PC, to transfer
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your PhotoFrame easily by drag and drop.
You can also use it to manage photos and
albums on the PhotoFrame. For details,
refer to Philips PhotoFrame Manager in the
supplied CD-ROM.
With Bluetooth connectivity available on
the PhotoFrame, you can set up wireless
connection between your PhotoFrame and
a compatible device like a mobile phone.
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‡
CD-ROM, including
‡ Digital User Manual
‡ (SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/
SPF7210) Philips PhotoFrame
Manager (Software and User
Manual)
‡
USB cable (not supplied to SPF5010/
SPF5210)
PhotoFrame
Quick start guide
1
2
3
Get started
Play
Setup
Eng
‡
Quick Start Guide
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Overview of your
PhotoFrame (SPF5008/
SPF5208)
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Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
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adaptor
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Kensington lock
j Stand hole
d
‡
Slot for a USB cable to PC
e
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‡ Slot for a CF card
f
SD/MMC/xD
‡ Slot for an SD/MMC/xD card
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b
c
d
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Access the home screen
‡
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Access the quick menu
Access option menu
b
c Zoom in/out
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Zoom in an image
Switch modes: Album mode =
thumbnail mode = slideshow mode
= zoom in 2 times = zoom in 4
times
‡
Zoom out an image
Switch modes: Album mode +
thumbnail mode + slideshow mode
+ zoom out 2 times + zoom out
4 times
d Up/down slider
Scroll up/down at high speed
‡
Select the upper item
Increase the volume
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Decrease the volume
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Overview of your
PhotoFrame (SPF5010/
SPF5210/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
k
a
j
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b
c
d
e
a
f
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‡
Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
b RESET
‡ Restore the system
c
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‡ Slot for a CF card
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‡ Socket for the AC-DC power
adaptor
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Kensington lock
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‡
Slot for a USB cable to PC
e
SD/MMC/xD/MS/MS Pro Duo
‡ Slot for an SD/MMC/xD/MS/MS Pro
Duo card
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h
j Wall mounting hole
k Speaker
E n g lish
a
b
c
d
e
f
a
‡
Access the home screen
‡
‡
Access the quick menu
Access option menu
b
c Zoom in/out
‡
Zoom in an image
Switch modes: Album mode =
thumbnail mode = slideshow mode
= zoom in 2 times = zoom in 4
times
‡
Zoom out an image
Switch modes: Album mode +
thumbnail mode + slideshow mode
+ zoom out 2 times + zoom out
4 times
d Up/down slider
Scroll up/down at high speed
‡
Select the upper item
Increase the volume
‡
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Decrease the volume
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3 Get started
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(SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210) Turn the stand
clockwise 45 degrees to the position
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Caution
‡ Use the controls only as stated in this user
manual.
Always follow the instructions in this chapter in
sequence.
If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the
model and serial number of this apparatus. The
model number and serial number are on the
back of the apparatus. Write the numbers here:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
Install the stand
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need install the supplied stand at the back of
the PhotoFrame.
1
2
Insert the stand into the PhotoFrame.
3
(SPF5008/SPF5208) Turn the stand anticlockwise 45 degrees to the position
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Position the indication on the stand to
the position.
Connect power
Note
‡ When you position the PhotoFrame, ensure
that the power plug and outlet are easily
accessible.
1
Connect the supplied power cord to the
DC socket of the PhotoFrame.
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208
b
a
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SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210
» The home screen is displayed.
b
a
To turn off the PhotoFrame, press and
hold for about 2 seconds.
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Transfer photos or video/
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Transfer from a storage device
2
Connect the power cord to a power
supply socket.
Caution
‡ Do not remove a storage device from the
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or to the storage device.
Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
Note
‡ You can only turn off the PhotoFrame after all
copy and save actions are complete.
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1
Press and hold for more than 1 second.
» The language selection menu is
displayed.
2
Select a language, and then tap OK to
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» The home screen is displayed.
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one of the following storage device:
‡ Compact Flash type I
‡ Secure Digital (SD)
‡ Secure Digital (SDHC)
‡ Multimedia Card
‡ Multimedia+ Card
‡ xD card
‡ Memory Stick
‡ Memory Stick Pro
‡ Memory Stick Duo
‡ Memory Stick Pro Duo
‡ 86%ÁDVKGULYH
However, we do not guarantee the
operations for all types of memory card
media.
Note
‡ For SPF5008/SPF5208, Memory Stick/Memory
Stick Pro/Memory Stick Duo/Memory Stick
Pro Duo should be used with an adaptor.
1
Insert a storage device into the
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‡ SPF5008/SPF5208
For other times when the on screen language
is selected:
1
Press and hold
for more than 1 second.
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select [Yes] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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OK to select photos or video/music
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transfer operation.
4
Select a destination album on the
PhotoFrame, and then tap OK to
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» Files are transferred to the
PhotoFrame.
‡
To remove a storage device, pull it out
from the PhotoFrame.
Select [Transfer], and then tap OK to
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Transfer by Philips PhotoFrame
Manager (SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/
SPF7210)
Recommended way for SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210.
Caution
‡ Do not disconnect the PhotoFrame from the
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PhotoFrame and the PC.
3
Under [My frame photos] / [My frame
music] / [My frame videos], select a
destination album/folder.
4
Under [My computer photos] / [My
computer music] / [My computer videos],
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5
6
Click the
Note
‡ Ensure that Philips PhotoFrame Manager is
installed on your PC.
1
Connect the supplied USB cable to the
PhotoFrame and to a PC.
» Philips PhotoFrame Manager starts
automatically.
2
Select [Transfer Photos] /
[Tranfer Music] / [Transfer Video].
icon to start transfer.
After all transfer actions are complete,
disconnect the USB cable from the PC
and the PhotoFrame.
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Tip
‡ If Philips PhotoFrame Manager does not start
automatically, you can double click its icon on
the desktop of your PC to start it.
‡ You can also drag and drop photos from the
PhotoFrame to a PC.
Transfer from PC (SPF5008/SPF5208/
SPF5010/SPF5210)
Caution
‡ Do not disconnect the PhotoFrame from the
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PhotoFrame and the PC.
1
Connect a USB cable to the PhotoFrame
and to the PC.
» You can drag and drop photos or
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album on the PhotoFrame.
2
After all transfer actions are complete,
disconnect the USB cable from the PC
and the PhotoFrame.
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4 Play
Play photos
Note
‡ You can play JPEG or progressive JPEG photos
on the PhotoFrame.
1
In the home screen, select [Play] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
‡
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mode, tap twice.
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To zoom in an image, tap .
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To select the previous/next photo,
tap / .
To pause, tap OK.
To resume, tap OK again.
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fast swipe the right/left slider to the
right.
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slideshow mode.
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are played with background music by
default.
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thumbnail mode, tap .
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and the selected photo is displayed in full
screen.
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photo displayed.
1
2
In slideshow mode, tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
Select an option, and then tap OK to
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Tip
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Note
‡ The PhotoFrame plays most video clips of a
digital still camera in M-JPEG (*.avi/*.mov),
MPEG-1 (*.mpg), MPEG-4 (*.avi/*.mov/*.mp4),
H.263 (*.avi/*.mov) format. Some video clips
might have compatibility issues when played
on your PhotoFrame. Before playing, ensure
that these video clips are compatible with your
PhotoFrame.
‡ Some video clips in a format which is not
compatible well with your PhotoFrame, like
*.3gp/*.3g2 and some others, may be played
with no audio output. When a video clip is
played with no audio output, the icon is
displayed on the screen.
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ÀOHLVGLVSOD\HGZLWKWKH icon on the left top
corner.
1
In the home screen, select [Play] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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Fast swipe the right-left slider to the right.
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1
During play, tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
2
Select an option, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
‡ [Repeat] ([Play Loop]: Play in a loop;
[Play Once]: Play once)
‡ [Viewing Format] ([Full Screen]:
Play in full screen; [Original]: Play in
original format)
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FRQÀUP
Play background music
During video play:
‡ To view the album in which the
slideshow video is saved, tap twice.
‡ To adjust volume, tap / .
‡ To pause/resume play, tap OK.
‡ 7RSOD\WKHSUHYLRXVQH[WÀOHWDS
/ .
‡ For fast forward, fast swipe the rightleft slider to the right.
‡
Note
‡ 2QO\0303(*$XGLR/D\HU,,,PXVLFÀOHV
can be played on the PhotoFrame.
1
During photo display, tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
2
Tap repeatedly to select [Play
Background Music], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
1 time: 2X fast forward
2 times: 4X fast forward
3 times: normal speed
During fast forward, tap OK to
resume normal play.
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3
Select [Set Music], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
‡ 6HOHFWHGPXVLFÀOHVDUHSOD\HG
To stop music play:
‡ In [Play Background Music] menu,
select [Turn Off] and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
Tip
‡ $IWHUDPXVLFÀOHLVVHOHFWHG\RXFDQWDS to
access the option menu to copy/delete it.
Display a theme clock
(SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210)
4
5
Select a folder.
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OKWRFRQÀUP
‡ 7RSOD\DVLQJOHPXVLFÀOHWDS to
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and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
If you have set music before:
‡ In [Play Background Music]menu,
select[Turn On]and then tapOKto
FRQÀUP
22
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Note
‡ Ensure that you have installed a theme clock in
your PhotoFrame.
‡ You can also download latest theme clocks
from www.philips.com/support, in the coming
future.
1
In the home screen, select [Theme
Clock] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
E n g lish
2
Select [Show Current], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
4
Select a theme clock, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
» After the theme clock is installed, it is
displayed automatically.
To select and install another theme clock:
1
Download a theme clock and save it in an
SD card before you install it.
2
3
Insert the SD card into the PhotoFrame.
In [Theme Clock] menu, select [Select
Other] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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5 Browse and
manage photos/
video or albums
2
Select an album, and then tap
the album.
3
Tap / / / to browse photos/video
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to access
Tip
‡ If you select an album and then tap OK,
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displayed in slideshow.
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or album in album ode. You can also browse
and manage photos in thumbnail mode.
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album mode
1
1
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
2
Select [Add to Favorites], and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
In the home screen, select [Browse] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» 3KRWRVYLGHRÀOHVDUHGLVSOD\HGLQ
album mode.
24
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Favorites album
EN
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1
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
2
Select [Move], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select a destination album, and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
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1
2
3
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
Select [Copy], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select a storage device and a destination
album, and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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» The photo is added to the [Favorites]
album.
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1
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
3
2
Select [Yes], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Select [Delete], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Rotate a photo
1
» $FRQÀUPDWLRQPHVVDJHLVGLVSOD\HG
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In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
3
Select [Rotate], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
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2
2
Select [Photo Style], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select an effect, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select an option, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select a photo effect
1
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
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Group photos by name/date
1
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
» If you group photos by name, photos
are displayed alphabetically in an
ascending order from top left to
bottom right (1, 2, ... a, b , ... z).
2
» If you group photos by time, photos
are displayed chronologically in a
descending order from top left to
bottom right (from the recent to the
previous).
Select [Group By], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select several photos at a time
3
28
1
In album mode, select a photo and then
tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
2
Select [Select Multiple], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
Select [Name] / [Date], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
EN
E n g lish
3
4
Tap / / / and OK to select photos.
Tap
3
In the option menu, select [Remove from
favorites] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» $FRQÀUPDWLRQPHVVDJHLVGLVSOD\HG
4
Select [Yes], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
to access the option menu.
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from the Favorites album
1
2
In the album mode, select the [Favorites]
album and them tap WRFRQÀUP
6HOHFWSKRWRVÀOHVWREHUHPRYHGDQG
then tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
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Manage an album
1
In the home screen, select [Browse] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» Photos are displayed in album mode.
3
Select an option, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Tip
‡ For albums on sources other than the
2
Select an album, and then tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
PhotoFrame, [Create New Folder] is displayed
instead of [Create New Album].
‡ You can manage an album in the similar way as
you manage a photo.
Create an album
1
In the option menu, select [Create New
Album] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» If the [Favorites] album is selected, a
different option menu is displayed.
» A keypad is displayed.
2
30
EN
To enter the name (up to 24 characters),
select an alphabet/number and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
3
‡
To switch between uppercase
and lowercase, select [a/A] on the
displayed keypad and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
When the name is complete, select
[Enter] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
3
To switch between uppercase
and lowercase, select [a/A] on the
displayed keypad and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
When the name is complete, select
[Enter] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Tip
‡ If albums are grouped by date, the album
cannot be renamed.
Rename an album
Note
‡ Ensure that albums are grouped by name.
1
In the option menu, select [Rename] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» A keypad is displayed.
2
To enter the name (up to 24 characters),
select an alphabet/number and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
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‡
6 Show date/time
in slideshow
1
3
Select [Month] / [Week] / [Clock], and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
‡ [Month]
In the home screen, select [Extra] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
‡
2
Select [Calendar], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
32
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[Week]
[Clock]
‡
To play slideshow without date/time
shown, select [Off] and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
In calendar mode:You can tap to
access the option menu to manage
the photo displayed.
E n g lish
‡
‡
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7 Create a
reminder
Note
‡ Ensure that you set time and date correctly on
the PhotoFrame.
1
In the home screen, select [Extra] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Reminder], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [<Create New>], and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
34
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4
Tap / / / to set the date and
month of the reminder, and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
» A key pad is displayed.
5
To enter the name (up to 24 characters),
select an alphabet/number and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
‡ To switch between uppercase
and lowercase, select [a/A] on the
displayed keypad and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
6
When the name is complete, select
[Enter] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» A preview message is displayed.
7
Tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» 3KRWRVYLGHRÀOHVDUHGLVSOD\HGLQ
thumbnail mode.
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OKWRFRQÀUP
» A preview message is displayed.
» To select background music for the
reminder photo, tap to select
the music icon and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
2
Select [Reminder], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select a reminder, and then tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
E n g lish
8
6HOHFWDPXVLFÀOHDQGWKHQWDSOK to
FRQÀUP
9
Select [Finish], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Edit a reminder
1
In the home screen, select [Extra] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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8 Slideshow
setting
Select a transition effect
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
4
Select a slideshow effect, and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
Select background
You can select a background border color for
photos that are smaller than the PhotoFrame
display.
2
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Slideshow], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select [Slideshow], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [Transition Effect], and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
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3
Select [Background Color], and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
4
Select [RadiantColor] / a background
colour/ [Auto Fit], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
» If you select [RadiantColor], the
PhotoFrame extends the color on the
edges of a photo that is smaller than
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black bars or aspect ratio distortion.
» If you select a background color, the
PhotoFrame displays a photo with a
background color.
» If you select [Auto Fit], the
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screen with picture distortion.
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37
6HOHFWÀOHW\SHIRUVOLGHVKRZ
display
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slideshow mode.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
‡
To display only photos in slideshow
mode, select [Photo Only] and then
tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Display collage photos
2
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Slideshow], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select [Slideshow], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [File Type], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
4
To display photos and videos in slideshow
mode, select [Photo + Video] and then
tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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3
Select [Collage], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
4
Select a collage format, and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
To stop collage display, select [Settings]
![Slideshow]![Collage]![Single] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
‡
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39
9 Other settings
2
Select [Language], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select a language, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Use the quick menu
In the quick menu, you can access directly to
some most-frequently used settings.
1
In the home screen, press .
» The quick menu is displayed.
Adjust brightness
2
You can adjust the brightness of the
PhotoFrame to achieve the best view.
Select an option, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select an on-screen language
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
40
EN
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
3
4
Select [Brightness], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
To adjust the brightness automatically,
select [Smart Brightness] and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
To adjust the brightness manually:
1
In the [Brightness] menu, select [Manual
Adjust] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Tap / to adjust brightness, and then
tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Select [On], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» The brightness of display is adjusted
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E n g lish
2
Set time/date
1
2
3
Select [Set Time] / [Set Date], and then
tap OKWRFRQÀUP
4
Tap / / / to adjust minute/hour/day/
month/year, and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Select [Time and Date], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
Set time/date format
1
42
EN
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Select [Time and Date], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
Note
‡ You can enable only one Smart Power function
at a time, either by timer or by light sensor.
‡ Ensure that your PhotoFrame is turned on.
Specify time to auto on/off
Note
‡ Ensure that the current time of the
PhotoFrame is set correctly.
3
4
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Smart Power], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
3
Select [Timer], and then tap .
Select [Set Time Format] / [Set Date
Format], and then tap .
Select a format, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Smart Power setting
With Smart Power function on the
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the PhotoFrame to turn on or off the display
automatically. Or you can also adjust the light
sensor for the PhotoFrame to turn on or off
the display according to the ambient brightness.
When the display automatically turns off, your
PhotoFrame goes to standby (sleep) mode.
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43
E n g lish
2
4
5
Select [Set on Timer] / [Set off Timer],
and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Smart Power], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
3
Select [Lighting], and then tap .
4
To specify the brightness to auto on,
select [On] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Tap / / / to set time, and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
Specify brightness to auto on/off
1
44
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
EN
To specify the brightness to auto
off, select [Off] and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
E n g lish
‡
5
Tap / to adjust brightness sensor, and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
To switch off Smart Power function:
‡ In the [Smart Power] menu, select
[Off] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Hibernate], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select an option, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
‡ To disable hibernate function,
select [Never] and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Tip
‡ When the ambient light reaches the set auto
on/off level and lasts about 10 seconds, the
Smart Power (Lighting) function takes effect.
‡ The auto on level must be set higher than that
of the auto off level.
‡ When the PhotoFrame is in standby (sleep)
mode, you can press to wake up the
PhotoFrame.
Hibernate your PhotoFrame
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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45
‡
‡
After the selected period, your
PhotoFrame hibernates.
To get your PhotoFrame out of
hibernation, press .
3
Select [On], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Set Auto Orientation
You can play photos in the correct orientation
depending the horizontal/vertical orientation of
the PhotoFrame.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Turn on/off button sound
1
2
Select [Auto Orientation], and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
46
EN
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Select [Set Beep], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
2
Select [Memory card], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
3
Select [On] / [Off], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [Delete Enable] / [Delete
Disable], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Protect/Unprotect content
on a storage device
You can enable the delete function on a storage
device available on the PhotoFrame. To protect
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you can disable the delete function on a storage
device.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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E n g lish
2
Set Demo
Bluetooth (SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
Note
Note
‡ The demo function is only effective during
photo slideshow.
1
‡ Bluetooth connectivity is available only on
SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210.
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
Set up Bluetooth connection
With the PhotoFrame, you can set up
Bluetooth connection with a device like a
mobile phone. Once a device is recognized,
it is automatically accepted when it tries to
connect with the PhotoFrame.
2
Select [Demo], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [On], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» The demo function is activated.
48
EN
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Bluetooth], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
Select [Setup], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
4
Select [Bluetooth On], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
‡
E n g lish
3
2
Select [Bluetooth], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [Security], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
To set off Bluetooth connection,
select [Bluetooth Off] and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
Tip
‡ If Bluetooth connection on your PhotoFrame
is enabled, the Bluetooth icon is displayed
on the top-right corner of the screen.
‡ Photos obtained via Bluetooth connection are
saved in the Bluetooth album. You can access
or manage the Bluetooth album the same way
you access or manage other albums on the
PhotoFrame.
Set Bluetooth pin code
To keep security, you can set a pin code (from
1 to 16 digits) on the PhotoFrame. The default
pin code is 0000.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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4
Select [Pin Code], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
» A key pad is displayed.
5
Select a number, and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
6
Repeat Step 5 until the pin code is
complete.
7
Select [Enter], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
8
To set the pin code on, select [Pin Code
On] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
‡ To set the pin code off, select [Pin
Code Off] and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
View information of the
PhotoFrame
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PhotoFrame.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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EN
2
Select [Info], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [Friendly Name] / [Memory
Status] / [Firmware] to view related
information.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
2
Select [Info], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [Friendly Name], and then tap OK
WRFRQÀUP
5
When the name is complete, select
[Enter] and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
E n g lish
Rename the PhotoFrame
Reset all settings to factory
default
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» A key pad is displayed.
4
To enter the name (up to 24 characters),
select an alphabet/number and then tap
OKWRFRQÀUP
‡ To switch between uppercase
and lowercase, select [a/A] on the
displayed keypad and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
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51
2
Select [Reset], and then tap OK to
FRQÀUP
3
Select [Yes], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» $FRQÀUPDWLRQPHVVDJHLVGLVSOD\HG
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4
Select [Yes], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» All settings on the PhotoFrame are set
to factory default.
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10 Upgrade the
PhotoFrame
Caution
‡ Do not power off the PhotoFrame during
upgrade.
If there is a software update, you can download
the latest software from www.philips.com/
support to upgrade your PhotoFrame. The
earlier software is unavailable online.
1
2
Visit www.philips.com/support.
3
Download the latest software onto the
root directory of an SD card.
4
5
Insert the SD card into the PhotoFrame.
6
Select [Yes], and then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
» When the update is complete, the
PhotoFrame reboots.
Search for your PhotoFrame and go to
the software section.
Turn on the PhotoFrame
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53
11 Product
information
Note
‡ Product information is subject to change
without prior notice.
Picture/Display
‡ 9LHZLQJDQJOH#&5!ƒ
(H)/110° (V)
‡ Lifetime, to 50% brightness: 20000 hr
‡ Aspect ratio: 4:3
‡ Panel resolution: 800 x 600
‡ Brightness (typical): 220 cd/m²
‡ Contrast ratio (typical): 300:1
‡ Photo format support:
‡ JPEG photo (maximum: 8000 x 6000
pixel resolution)
‡ Progressive JPEG photo (maximum:
1024 x 768 pixel resolution)
Video feature
‡ Video supported format: M-JPEG (*.avi/*.
mov), MPEG-1 (*.mpg), MPEG-4 (*.avi/*.
mov/*.mp4), H.263 (*.avi/*.mov)
‡ Video size:
‡ For M-JPEG: 640 x 480
‡ For MPEG-1, MPEG-4, H.263: 720
x 576
‡ Frame rate: 30 fps
Audio feature
‡ Audio supported format: MP3 (MPEG
Audio Layer III)
‡ Bit rate: 16 ~ 320 Kbps
‡ Sample rate: 8 ~ 48 kHz
‡ Speaker output power (RMS): 0.83 W
Storage Media
‡ Memory Card Types:
‡ Compact Flash type I
‡ Secure Digital (SD)
‡ Secure Digital (SDHC)
‡ Multimedia Card
‡ xD card
‡ Memory Stick
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‡ Memory Stick Pro
‡ Memory Stick Duo
‡ Memory Stick Pro Duo
‡ 86%86%ÁDVKGULYH
‡ Built-in memory capacity:
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF5010/SPF5210:
512 MB, for up to 500 High
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‡ SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/
SPF7210: 1 GB, for up to 1,000 High
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Connectivity
‡ USB: USB 2.0 Host, USB 2.0 Slave
‡ Bluetooth® (SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/
SPF7210): Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR, Class
2, Receiver only
Dimensions
‡ Set dimensions with stand (W x H x D):
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/
SPF7208: 224.9 x 184.3 x 113.8 mm
‡ SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7010/SPF7210:
275.8 x 226 x 121 mm
‡ Set dimensions without stand
(W x H x D):
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/
SPF7208: 224.9 x 184.3 x 33.2 mm
‡ SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7010/SPF7210:
275.8 x 226 x 34.8 mm
‡ Weight (Main unit):
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208/SPF7008/
SPF7208: 0.60 kg
‡ SPF5010/SPF5210: 0.84 kg
‡ SPF7010/SPF7210: 0.87 kg
‡ Temperature range (operation): 0 °C - 40
°C/32 °F - 104 °F
‡ Temperature range (storage): -10 °C - 60
°C/14 °F - 140 °F
Power
‡ Power mode supported: AC powered
‡ Input:
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208: 100 - 240 V ~
50/60 Hz 0.3 A
‡ SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210: 100
- 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz 0.6 A
‡ Output:
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208: 9 V
1A
SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210: 9 V
2.0 A
‡ (IÀFLHQF\OHYHO,9
‡ Maximum consumption:
‡ SPF5008/SPF5208 (system on with
slideshow + MP3): 6.5 W
‡ SPF7008/SPF7208 (system on with
slideshow + MP3): 5.1 W
‡ SPF5010/SPF5210 (system on with
slideshow + MP3): 7.0 W
‡ SPF7010/SPF7210 (system on with
slideshow + MP3): 7.1 W
Accessories
‡ AC-DC adaptor
‡ USB cable (not supplied to SPF5010/
SPF5210)
‡ Stand
‡ Quick start guide
‡ CD-ROM, including
‡ User Manual
‡ (SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/
SPF7210) Philips PhotoFrame
Manager
Convenience
‡ Card Reader: Built-in
‡ Photo format supported:
‡ JPEG photo (maximum: 8000 x 6000
pixel resolution)
‡ Progressive JPEG photo (1024 x 768
pixel resolution only)
‡ Placement supported: Photo auto
orientation, Landscape, Portrait
‡ Buttons and controls: Touch boarder
control, power button
‡ Playback mode: Full screen browse,
Slideshow, Thumbnail browse
‡ Album management: Create, Delete, Edit,
Rename, Group, Add to Favorites
‡ Photo edit: Copy, Delete, Rotate
‡ Photo effects: Black and White, Sepia
‡ Slideshow setting: Transition Effect,
Background Color, File Type, Collage
(multiple pictures)
‡ Screen background: Black, White, Gray,
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‡
‡
‡
‡
‡
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Setup function: Brightness adjustment,
Language, Status, Event reminder, Beep
on/off, Set time and date, Clock display
enable/disable, Auto on/off, Slideshow
System status: Firmware version,
Remaining memory
Plug & Play Compatibility: Windows Vista,
Windows XP or later, Mac OS X 10.4 or
later
Regulatory Approvals: C-Tick, CCC, CE,
GOST, PSB, Switzerland
Other convenience: Kensington lock
compatible
On-Screen Display languages: English,
French, German, Spanish, Italian, Danish,
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Chinese
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‡
12 Frequently
asked questions
Is the LCD screen touch-enabled?
The LCD screen is not touch-enabled. After
you turn on the PhotoFrame, you can use the
touch boarder on the front panel to control
the PhotoFrame.
Can I use the PhotoFrame to delete photos
on a memory card?
Yes, it supports operations to delete photos
on external devices such as a memory card.
Ensure that you enable the delete function on a
memory card available on the PhotoFrame.
Can I use the PhotoFrame during its display
auto-off periods?
Yes.
When the PhotoFrame is in standby (sleep)
mode, you can press to wake up the
PhotoFrame.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
my photos?
‡ The PhotoFrame plays only JPEG photos
(maximum: 8000 x 6000 pixel resolution)
and progressive JPEG photos (maximum:
1024 x 768 pixel resolution).
‡ Ensure that these photos are not
damaged.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
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‡ The PhotoFrame plays most video clips
of a digital still camera in M-JPEG (*.avi/*.
mov), MPEG-1 (*.mpg), MPEG-4 (*.avi/*.
mov/*.mp4), H.263 (*.avi/*.mov) format.
Some video clips might have compatibility
issues when played on your PhotoFrame.
Before playing, ensure that these
video clips are compatible with your
PhotoFrame.
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are applicable to your PhotoFrame (For
details, see “Product information” in the
User Manual).
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damaged.
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even I could see them in [Browse] mode, and I
played them before?
Ensure that [Slideshow Photo Only] is not
enabled.
To play video in slideshow mode:
1. In slideshow mode, tap .
2. In the displayed option menu, select
[Slideshow Photo Only].
3. In the displayed message, select [No] and
then tap OKWRFRQÀUP
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Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
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The PhotoFrame only supports MP3 (MPEG
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not damaged.
Why does the PhotoFrame not go into autooff status after I set it?
‡ Ensure that you set the current time,
auto-off time, and auto-on time correctly.
The PhotoFrame automatically turns off
its display exactly at the auto-off time. If
the time has already passed for the day,
it starts to enter auto-off status at the
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‡ Ensure that you adjust brightness sensor
correctly. If the auto-on level is too close
to the auto-off level, this function cannot
take effect.
Does the PhotoFrame support CF II?
No. The PhotoFrame does not support CF II.
Can I increase the memory size to store more
pictures on the PhotoFrame?
No. The internal memory of the PhotoFrame
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you could switch between different photos
by using different storage devices on the
PhotoFrame.
The PhotoFrame is ON but the PhotoFrame
does not respond anymore. What can I do?
Ensure that the PhotoFrame is turned on.
Then, use a pin to trigger the RESET button
located on the back to restore the system.
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13 Appendix
Send photos from your
mobile phone with Bluetooth
connection
Note
‡ Bluetooth connectivity is available only on
SPF7008/SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210.
‡ Ensure that Bluetooth connection on your
mobile phone is enabled.
‡ Ensure that Bluetooth connection on your
PhotoFrame is enabled.
‡ Detailed operation procedures depend on the
type of mobile phones.
Consult the user manual of your mobile phone
to proceed:
1
On your mobile phone, select photos to
be sent to the PhotoFrame.
2
Activate Bluetooth feature on your
mobile phone.
3
Pair your mobile with the PhotoFrame.
» Your Philips PhotoFrame is searched.
4
If a pin code is required, enter the
pin code (0000 by default) of the
PhotoFrame.
5
Send photos from your mobile to the
PhotoFrame.
» The PhotoFrame saves photos in the
Bluetooth album.
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14 Glossary
K
A
Kbps
Kilobits per second. A digital-data-rate
measurement system which is often used
with highly compressed formats such as AAC,
DAB, MP3 etc. The higher the amount, the
better the quality generally is.
Aspect ratio
Aspect ratio refers to the length to height
ratio of TV screens. The ratio of a standard
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or wide TV is 16:9. The letter box allows you
to enjoy a picture with a wider perspective on
a standard 4:3 screen.
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Bluetooth®
Bluetooth® is a short-range wireless protocol
that is meant to allow mobile devices to share
information and applications without the
worry of cables or interface incompatibilities.
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Denmark. Operates at 2.4 GHz. For more
information, see bluetooth.com.
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CF Card
CompactFlash card. A memory card that uses
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CompactFlash card makes data easy to add to
a wide variety of computing devices, including
digital cameras and music players, desktop
computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs),
digital audio recorders, and photo printers.
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JPEG
A very common digital still picture format.
A still-picture data compression system
proposed by the Joint Photographic Expert
Group, which features small decrease in image
quality in spite of its high compression ratio.
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‘.jpg’ or ‘.jpeg.’
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Kensington lock
A Kensington Security Slot (also called a
K-Slot or Kensington lock). Part of an antitheft system. It is a small, metal-reinforced
hole found on almost all small or portable
computer and electronics equipment,
particularly on expensive and/or relatively light
ones, such as laptops, computer monitors,
desktop computers, gaming consoles, and
video projectors. It is used for attaching a
lock-and-cable apparatus, in particular those
from Kensington.
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Memory Stick
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storage on cameras, camcorders and other
handheld devices.
MMC Card
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provides storage for cellphones, PDAs and
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memory for read/write applications or ROM
chips (ROM-MMC) for static information, the
latter widely used for adding applications to a
Palm PDA.
Motion JPEG
Motion JPEG (M-JPEG) is an informal name for
multimedia formats where each video frame
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is separately compressed as a JPEG image. It is
often used in mobile appliances such as digital
cameras.
MP3
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system. MP3 is the abbreviation of Motion
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Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or
CD-RW can contain about 10 times more
data than a regular CD.
MPEG
Motion Picture Experts Group. A collection
of compression systems for digital audio and
video.
S
SD Card
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card that provides storage for digital cameras,
cellphones and PDAs. SD Cards use the same
32 x 24mm form factor as the MultiMediaCard
(MMC), but are slightly thicker (2.1mm vs.
1.4mm), and SD Card readers accept both
formats. Cards up to 4GB are available.
T
Thumbnail
A thumbnail is reduced-size versions of a
picture that is used to make it easier to
recognize an them. Thumbnails serve the
same role for images as a normal text index
does for words.
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xD Card
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card used in digital cameras.
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