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Contents
1 Important safety information
Safety
Compliance
Care of the environment
Notice
Written Offer
2 Your new tablet
What's in the box
Files loaded on the device
Overview
Controls
Home screen
3 Get started
Charge power
Conserve battery power
Switch the device on or off
4 Basics
Find apps
Use the screen
Switch screen rotation on or off
Lock/ unlock the screen
Customize the Home screen
Add application icons and widget
Delete items
Relocate items
Add wallpapers
Text entry
Select input methods
Enter text
Use the Android keyboard
Edit text
5 Connections
Connect to the Internet
Connect to your PC
Use a Micro SD card
Move apps to the SD card
Connect to an HDTV
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Install apps
Play Store
Other sources
Manage apps
7 Browser
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Add a bookmark
8 Email
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Set up your email account
Select account settings
Check your email messages
Compose email messages
Organize email messages
9 Tools
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Camera
Take photos or record videos
Calendar
Alarm clock
Calculator
10 Use the device in corporate
networks
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Install secure credentials
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Set up your Microsoft Exchange account 22
Add VPN
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11 Settings
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WIRELESS & NETWORKS
Wi-Fi
Airplane mode
VPN settings
DEVICE
HDMI
Sound
Display
Storage
Battery
Apps
Location services
Security
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Screen lock
Visible passwords
Device administrators
Unknown sources
Language & input
Language
Personal dictionary
Voice Search
Text-to-speech output
reset
ACCOUNTS
Date & time
Automatic setting
Manual setting
Accessibility
Auto-rotate screen
About tablet
System updates
Status and information about the
device
13 Technical data
PC system requirements
14 Warranty
Need help?
Please visit
www.philips.com/welcome
where you can access a full set of supporting
materials such as the user manual, the latest
software updates, and answers to frequently
asked questions.
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1 Important safety
information
Safety
the manufacturer.
Use only power supplies listed in the user
manual.
The product shall not be exposed to dripping
or splashing.
Do not place any sources of danger on the
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Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed)
shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
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Where the plug of the Direct Plug-in Adapter
is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
Warning
# Never remove the casing of this apparatus.
# Never lubricate any part of this apparatus.
# Never place this apparatus on other electrical
equipment.
# Keep this apparatus away from direct sunlight, naked
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# Ensure that you always have easy access to the power
cord, plug or adaptor to disconnect the apparatus from
the power.
Care of the environment
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging has been omitted.
We have tried to make the packaging easy to
separate into three materials: cardboard (box),
polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene
(bags, protective foam sheet.)
Your system consists of materials which can
be recycled and reused if disassembled by a
specialized company. Please observe the local
regulations regarding the disposal of packaging
materials, and old equipment.
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
Please inform yourself about the local separate
collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste. Correct disposal of
your old product helps to prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and
human health.Please inform yourself about the
local rules on separate collection of batteries
because correct disposal helps to prevent
negative consequences for the environmental
and human health.
Always bring your product to a professional to
remove the built-in battery.
Compliance
Note
# The type plate is located on the back of the product.
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Notice
Written Offer
Philips Electronics Hong Kong Ltd. hereby offers
to deliver, upon request, a copy of the complete
corresponding source code for the copyrighted
open source software packages used in this
product for which such offer is requested by
the respective licenses.
This offer is valid up to three years after
product purchase to anyone in receipt of this
information. To obtain source code, please
contact open.source@philips.com. If you prefer
not to use email or if you do not receive
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to this email address, please write to "Open
Source Team, Philips Intellectual Property &
Standards, P.O. Box 220, 5600 AE Eindhoven,
The Netherlands." If you do not receive timely
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email address above.
This product is partly based on Open
Source software. The license text and
acknowledgment can be retrieved from
the device under > About tablet > Legal
information.
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respective owners. Philips reserves the right
to change products at any time without being
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2 Your new tablet
What's in the box
Make sure that you have received the following
items:
Pi3100
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User manual
Overview
Controls
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USB power adapter
USB cable
Quick start guide
a Power/ lock button
# Press and hold: switch on or off the
device.
# Press: lock/unlock the screen; To unlock
the screen, drag the lock to an icon.
b Front camera lens
c
Philips GoGear audio player
Quick start guide
Safety and Warranty sheet
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# Press: increase/decrease the volume.
# Press and hold: increase/decrease fast.
d MIC
# Microphone
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# 3.5-mm headphone connector
Safety and Warranty
Before using your set:
Check out details inside this booklet
f MINI HDMI
# connector for the audio/ video output
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# The images serve as reference only. Philips reserves the
right to change color/design without notice.
Files loaded on the device
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Pi3100:
# USB connector for data transfer and
power charging
h MICRO SD
# Slot for Micro SD card
i RESET
# Press the hole by using the tip of a
ball pen when the screen does not
respond to the pressing of keys.
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Home screen
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Browser: Browse Web pages.
APPS/WIDGETS: List all apps or widgets.
Settings: Customize the settings of
Pi3100.
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: Tap to return to the Home screen.
: Go back one level.
: Display recent applications that you
have accessed.
(for some apps): View the options menu.
c Google Search
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: Use the quick search box to search
on Pi3100 or the Web.
d # Drag down the bar to check the
details and select setup options.
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a Go to
> Wi-Fi.
b At the top bar, select > Advanced
> Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep. Select
Never.
Charge power
Pi3100 has a built-in battery that can be
charged through the USB connector of the
supplied USB power adapter.
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for more than eight hours.
# By using the USB cable, connect
Pi3100 to the supplied USB power
adapter.
Switch the device on or off
Press and hold the power/ lock button until the
device is switched on or off.
Note
# Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge
cycles. Battery life and number of charge cycles vary by
use and settings.
Conserve battery power
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To conserve battery power and increase
the play time, do the following:
Use the sleep mode
After the selected time duration, Pi3100 goes
to the sleep mode, and the screen switches
off automatically. To save battery power, do the
following:
# Go to > Display > Sleep to set the
screen-off timer to a low value.
# To switch off Wi-Fi during the sleep mode,
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4 Basics
Google Search:
# Search on Pi3100 or the Web.
Voice Search
Find apps
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# Swipe left/ right to select a page;
# Alternatively, tap to open the list of
apps. Swipe left/ right to scroll through
the list;
# Use the navigation buttons
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to switch between screens. Tap
to
go to the apps that you have accessed
recently.
Downloads:
# View the list of your downloads from
the Web.
Settings:
# Customize the settings of Pi3100.
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# Email:Set up your email account on
Pi3100.
Tip
# On Pi3100, you can install apps from the Play Store or
other sources.
Play Store:
# Download different apps, games, and
others.
Calendar:
# Add events, and set reminders for your
events.
Clock:
# Set the alarm clock.
Play Music:
# Play music that you store on Pi3100.
Calculator
Gallery:
# View pictures and videos that you
store or make on Pi3100.
Use the screen
Camera:
# Take photos or record videos.
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Drag down the top bar.
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In the pull-down menu, tap / to
switch screen screen rotation on or off.
Switch screen rotation on or off
Movie Studio
# Edit video clips.
HDMISwitch:
# Select the HDMI output options for
your Pi3100. Select the resolution that
your TV supports.
Browser:
# Browse Web pages.
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# Tap . Tap APPS or WIDGET to open
the list of apps or widgets.
Lock/ unlock the screen
By locking the screen, you can lock all the
touch controls on the screen. Thus, undesired
operations are prevented.
Auto lock
After a time duration, the screen dims and is
locked automatically. To set the time duration,
go to > Display > Sleep.
To lock the screen manually
# Press the power/ lock button.
To unlock the screen
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If necessary, press the power/ lock button
to display the lock.
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Drag the lock to an icon.
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Tap and hold an icon or widget until the
page is displayed.
» The icon or widget is added to the
selected page.
Delete items
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Customize the Home screen
To access functions quickly from the Home
screen, you can add and rearrange items.
Tap and hold an item to unlock.
Drag the item to
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Relocate items
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Tap and hold an item to unlock.
Drag the item to a space on the page.
Release the item.
» The item moves to the space.
Add application icons and widget
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Swipe left/ right to select a page.
# If necessary, tap
to return to the
Home screen.
Add wallpapers
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From the Home screen, go to
> Wallpaper.
> Display
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Select your options.
Use the Android keyboard
Select keyboard settings or input
languages
# On the onscreen keyboard, tap .
Text entry
With the onscreen keyboard, you can enter
text in multiple languages.
Select input methods
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From the Home screen, select
> Language & input.
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Select your input methods:
Android keyboard: for multiple languages
other than Japanese and Chinese
Google voice typing: for text input through
voice
Japanese IME: for Japanese input
Google Pinyin: for Chinese Pinyin input
and English input
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Settings
To select your input options, tap
the input method.
Switch between selected input
languages
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Add to the option list the languages that
you often use.
a On the onscreen keyboard, tap
>Input languages.
next to
b Tap the checkbox to select languages.
2
On the onscreen keyboard, tap and hold
to select a language.
Android keyboard
Enter text
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Tap the text box to show the onscreen
keyboard.
2
Tap on the keys to enter text.
To delete the entry before the cursor,
# Select
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To move to the next line,
# Select .
Switch between letters and numbers/
symbols
# Tap
or
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Tip
# On the numeric/symbol keyboard, tap ~\{ to switch
between numbers/symbols and more symbol choices.
Switch between upper and lower cases
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Tap repeatedly to switch between
and .
: The next letter you enter is in upper
case.
: All letters you enter are in lower case.
To switch to the input mode of all upper
cases,
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Tap and hold or .
» The button changes to blue.
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When a click sounds, release the button.
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is displayed.
» All letters you enter are in upper case.
Switch to other options on a button
# Tap and hold the button that is marked
with a symbol at the lower/upper right
corner.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
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Tap Copy or Cut.
» The selected text is copied or cut.
Paste the selected text
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Put the cursor in a position.
Tap and hold the position until the popscreen is displayed.
» In the pop-up screen, the option Paste
is displayed.
» Tap Paste.The text is pasted in the
selected position.
Edit text
You can cut, copy, and paste the text that you
have entered.
Copy or paste the selected text
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Tap and hold the text until the pop-screen
is displayed.
» Current word is selected, with marks
for start and end positions.
2
Drag the marks to select or change the
start/ end positions.
# Tap Select all to select all the text.
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a Tap to select a network.
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b On the pop-up screen, enter the
password to the network.
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is displayed in the status bar
when the Wi-Fi connection is
completed successfully.
Connect to the Internet
Connect Pi3100 to a wireless router (Access
Point). You can connect Pi3100 to the network
that is built around the router.
To connect to the Internet, make sure that the
router connects to the Internet directly and no
dial-up is required on the computer.
» Next time you switch on Pi3100,
Pi3100 connects to the previously
connected network automatically.
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From the Home screen, tap
Wi-Fi.
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Select the option to switch on the Wi-Fi
function.
» You see a list of Wi-Fi networks in
range.
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Connect Pi3100 to a network:
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Settings >
the MAC address of Pi3100 to the list of devices that
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address, go to
Settings > About tablet > Status on
the Home screen.
To refresh the list of networks, select
> Scan at the
upper-right corner of the screen.
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enter the SSID or public name for the network. Go to
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is unavailable or disabled on the router, manually enter
the IP address of Pi3100.
Connect to your PC
Connect Pi3100 to a PC through the USB
cable.
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SD card:
# In Windows Explorer, drag and drop apps
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a Drag down the top bar to select Mass
storage as the USB connection mode.
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# You can also select the mode of USB computer
connection in
Settings > Storage. On the top bar,
tap
> USB computer connection, and then, select
Mass Storage or Media device (MTP).
Connected as a media device
Touch for other USB options.
Use a Micro SD card
Insert a Micro SD card (up to 32 GB) into
Pi3100. You can expand the memory size of
Pi3100.
Mass Storage
Move apps to the SD card
b Turn on the USB mass storage.
Move some apps from the internal storage
to the SD card. You can expand the internal
storage of Pi3100.
Connect to an HDTV
Turn on USB storage
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(HDTV). You can watch on the HDTV the
photos and videos that play on Pi3100.
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through media management software, such
as Windows Media Player 11.
Drag down the top bar to select Media
device (MTP) as the USB connection
mode.
On Pi3100,
a Connect an HDMI cable (sold
separately) to:
the MINI HDMI socket on Pi3100, and
the HDMI input socket on the TV.
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HDMI 2
HDMI 3
Side HDMI
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b Make sure that you have switched on
the HDMI output:
Tap Settings > HDMI. Switch on
Enable auto switch.
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SOURCE
On the TV, switch to the input source of
Pi3100:
# On the remote control of your TV, use
the source button to select the input
connector that connects to Pi3100.
TV
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On Pi3100, tap APPS > HDMI Switch.
Select the output resolution that your TV
supports.
# On Pi3100, when the MINI HDMI
connector is in use, press the Power/
lock button to return to the previous
screen.
Tip
# As a compact audio/video interface, HDMI transmits
uncompressed digital data. With the HDMI connection,
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optimum video and audio quality on an HDTV.
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» When the downloading is
complete, installation starts
automatically.
With apps, you can access functions, services,
and different audio/ video content on Pi3100.
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status. If necessary, tap the icon to
start installation as prompted.
Install apps
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# To manage your accounts, go to
On Pi3100, you can install apps from
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(Play Store) over the Internet; or
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other online sources,
the internal storage of Pi3100, and
the Micro SD card that you have
inserted into Pi3100.
Play Store
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Log in to or create your Google account
to access Google services.
To add a Google account, do the following:
a Go to (Play Store). Tap
Accounts.
>
Settings >
ACCOUNTS. Tap an account to select your options.
Other sources
Allow the installation from unknown sources
# From the Home screen, go to >
Security. Tap to switch on Unknown
sources.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Download/ transfer apps
# To download apps from online sources,
follow the onscreen instructions;
# To transfer apps to the internal
memory or SD card of the device, use
the USB cable to connect Pi3100 to
your PC.
Start installation
# The downloaded apps start installation
automatically;
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transferred to the internal memory or
SD card, go to . Find the apps and
tap the option to start installation.
b Select Add account.
c Follow onscreen instructions to add
an account.
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Search for apps as needed.
# Tap for keyword search.
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Download the app:
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Manage apps
You can manage the apps on Pi3100, for
example, install/ uninstall apps, stop running
apps, or select other options.
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From the Home screen, select
> Apps:
Settings
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that you have downloaded from the
Play Store or other sources.
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have installed on the SD card.
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running on Pi3100.
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installed on Pi3100.
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Tap an app.
» Options and information are displayed.
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Tap to select an option.
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a Add a bookmark to current Web
page.
b Go to the bookmarked Web pages.
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From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap the icons or text box to do the
following:
a Enter the address of web pages. Tap
to start search.
b Tap the icons to search backwards,
forward, or refresh the Web page.
c Close the Web page.
d Open a new Web page.
To switch between Web pages,
# At the top bar, tap the tab of the selected
Web page.
Add a bookmark
Add a bookmark. You can quickly access a
visited Web page.
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8 Email
Select account settings
On Pi3100, you can receive and send email as
you do on a computer. Do the following:
# Set up your email accounts on the
device.
Set up your email account
On Pi3100, set up your email accounts in the
following ways:
# Set up your POP3 or IMAP mail
accounts, or
# Set up your Microsoft Exchange
account to access your Exchange
mailbox at work (see 'Set up your
Microsoft Exchange account' on page
22).
Set up your POP3/ IMAP account
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2
From the Home screen, go to
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Follow the onscreen instructions to
complete the setup.
# Consult your email service provider
for the setup information, such as the
outgoing server, incoming server.
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Set up your email account:
# Enter the information about your
account;
# Select pop3 or IMAP account.
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On the screen of mail list, tap > Settings.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
# If necessary, tap
repeatedly to
return to the screen of mail list.
2
Select your options for the account.
To add an account,
# On > Settings, tap Add account.
To remove an account,
# On > Settings, select Remove account.
» Current account is removed.
Check your email messages
You can check your email messages in the
following ways:
# Check one combined mailbox;
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# Check messages by account;
# Check starred messages;
# Check unread messages.
To check one combined mailbox,
When you read a message, tap the icons to do
the following:
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b Reply
On the screen of mail list, tap the account
name.
» A drop-down list of account names is
displayed.
a Compose a new message
c Reply all
d Forward
# If necessary, tap
repeatedly to
return to the screen of mail list.
2
Tap Combined view.
» Different colors are used to mark the
messages from different accounts.
Organize email messages
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To check messages from a single account,
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Repeat Step 1 in "To check one combined
mailbox".
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Tap the selected account.
» Messages from the account are
displayed.
To check starred messages,
# Tap the star next to the message.
» The message is added to the Starred
folder.
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On the screen of mail list, select messages
you want to manage:
# Tap the check boxes next to the
messages.
» Selected messages are highlighted.
2
Tap the icons to do the following:
To check unread messages,
# On the screen of mail list, the unread
messages are in white.
Compose email messages
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a Delete the messages.
b Move the messages to the selected
folder.
c Mark the messages as read or unread.
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d Add the messages to the Starred
folder.
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a Point the lens at objects.
b Tap
Camera
Take photos or record videos
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ba
a Selector for camera, video recorder,
or panorama mode
b Shutter
c Thumbnail
d Zoom in/out
e Options menu
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From the Home screen, go to .
» The onscreen buttons are displayed.
2
Tap or
to switch to the camera or
video recorder mode.
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c The photo is taken.
With the 0.3 Mega-pixel lens at the front, you
can do the following on Pi3100:
# Shoot yourself by using the camera or
video recorder;
# Through apps, have video chats with
friends over the Internet.
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To take photos:
To record videos:
# Tap / to start or stop video
recording.
To view photos/ videos in the Gallery,
# Tap the thumbnail .
» You can view the photos/ videos
that you have taken or recorded.
Select settings
# Tap to select your options for the
camera or video recorder:
For the camera:
# White balance
Tap to select the option according to
current source of lights. You can reduce
the effects on colors by lights.
# Exposure
Tap to select a value according to the
lighting conditions.
For the video recorder:
# White balance
Tap to select the option according to
current source of lights. You can reduce
the effects on colors by lights.
# Time lapse recording
Tap to record at the selected time
interval.
Calendar
On the device, you can sync the calendar with:
# the calendar of your Microsoft
Exchange account (see 'Set up your
Microsoft Exchange account' on page
22).
Alarm clock
On Pi3100, you can set several alarms.
Set an alarm
1
Make sure that you have set the clock time
(see 'Date 27).
2
From the Home screen, tap .
» The next alarm is displayed.
# In > , tap Settings to select
options for your alarm, such as volume,
snooze duration.
Calculator
From the Home screen, tap
calculator.
1
to use the
Enter numbers and mathematic operators:
# Use the onscreen keyboard for entry.
2 Tap = to start calculation.
To clear entries,
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3
Tap .
» The set alarms are displayed.
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To set an alarm clock,
# To add an alarm, tap Add alarm.
# To change an alarm, tap the preset
alarm time.
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Tap
repeatedly.
# Entries before the cursor are cleared.
# To clear all the entries, tap and hold
.
To copy an entry,
1
Tap and hold an entry until a pop-up
screen is displayed.
» The entry is copied.
2
To paste the entry in your email, do the
following:
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Time
Repeat
Ringtone
Label
Set the alarm time.
Select how the alarm repeats.
Select the ringtone for the alarm:
silence, buzzer, or ringtone.
Add description for the alarm.
Switch an alarm on or off
# In > , tap the tick box next to the
set alarm time.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Tap to put the cursor behind the entry
where you start to clear.
a In text box of your email, tap and
hold a position until a pop-up screen
is displayed.
b Tap Paste in the pop-up screen.
» The entry is pasted to the selected
position.
Use the alarm
At the set alarm time, the alarm sounds. A popup screen is displayed.
# To interrupt the alarm, tap Snooze.
» The alarm sounds 10 minutes later.
# To stop the alarm, tap Dismiss.
» The alarm repeats at the next set
alarm time.
Select settings
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» If the function is enabled, the tick box
is selected.
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in corporate
networks
You can use Pi3100 in corporate networks.
Install the secure credentials or security
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networks.
The access to corporate network may allow
you to set up your Microsoft Exchange account
and add VPN on the device. With the Microsoft
Exchange account, you can access your
exchange mailbox at work.
Install secure credentials
Ask your network administrator for secure
To install the secure credentials,
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secure credentials from a PC to the SD
card that you have mounted onto the
device.
Note
# On Pi3100, make sure that the secure credentials are
saved to the root directory of the SD card, instead of
under a folder.
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» On the device, you allow the
applications to use the secure
credentials.
Set up your Microsoft
Exchange account
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From the Home screen, go to
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Follow the onscreen instructions to
complete the setup.
# For the server address, enter the web
address for your Outlook web access,
for example, owa.company name.com
or mail. company name.com/owa.
# For other setup information, such as
domain name, user name, check with
your system administrator.
.
Set up your email account:
# Enter the information about your
account, and select Exchange as the
account type.
# If you have set up other email
accounts, select > Settings on the
screen of mail list. Tap Add account.
Note
# The device can work with Microsft Exchange 2003
and 2007.
Install the secure credentials:
a From the Home screen, go to >
Security > Install from SD card.
Add VPN
b Virtual private network (VPN) allows you to
connect to private networks through secure
access.
Sometimes, you need VPN access to connect to
corporate networks.
To add VPN on the device
c Set the password and name for the
credentials as prompted.
To apply the secure credentials,
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In
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, select Security > Trusted credentials.
Make sure that the credential is selected.
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Ask your network administrator for the
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From the Home screen, go to >
Wireless & networks > More > VPN.
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Make sure that you have connected Pi3100
to the Internet.
2
From the Home screen, go to >
Wireless & networks > More.
» A list of VPNs is displayed.
3
Tap the VPN to start connection.
Install the secure credentials as needed
(see 'Install secure credentials' on page 22).
To connect to the VPN,
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11 Settings
To select your settings,
1
2
Go to
3
Tap an option to select it.
from the Home screen.
Swipe up or down to scroll through lists of
options.
Airplane mode
Switch on the airplane mode when:
# you need to disable the access to
Wi-Fi for safety purposes, such as on
an airplane.
In WIRELESS & NETWORKS, select More >
Airplane mode. You can disable or enable the
access to Wi-Fi.
VPN settings
WIRELESS & NETWORKS
Wi-Fi
In WIRELESS & NETWORKS > Wi-Fi, select
your Wi-Fi settings on the device (see 'Connect
to the Internet' on page 12).
Add Wi-Fi network
Enter SSID manually
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router. By the name, the router is recognized by
other Wi-Fi devices. If you have hidden the SSID
of the router (for example, disable the SSID
broadcasting), the router is invisible in the list
of available networks. To connect Pi3100 to the
router, enter the SSID of the router manually
before you search for available networks on the
Pi3100.
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2
3
HDMI
In HDMI, tap Enable auto switch to switch on
or off the HDMI output.
Sound
In Sound, select sound settings for your device.
Volume
On the top bar, tap .
Enter the SSID of the router.
» The Pi3100 starts searching for the
network.
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Connect Pi3100 to the network.
Switch on . At the base of
the screen, is displayed when an open Wi-Fi
network is available.
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In Wi-Fi, drag the slider to switch on Wi-Fi.
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networks.
1
2
Use VPN settings to access private networks,
such as corporate networks (see 'Use the
device in corporate networks' on page 22).
In Wi-Fi, drag the slider to switch on Wi-Fi.
At the top bar, tap and select Advanced
> .
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Touch
sounds
Screen
lock sound
Drag the slider to select
the volume level for media,
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Sounds play when you tap on the
screen.
Sounds play when you lock/
unlock the screen.
Display
In Display, select your display settings:
Brightness
Wallpaper
Drag the slider to change the
display brightness.
Set the wallpaper of the device.
Sleep
Font size
After the selected time
duration, the screen switches
off automatically. To save battery
power, select a low value.
Select font size for the on-screen
display.
Storage
In Storage, learn the space information about
the internal storage and SD card on your
Pi3100.
In Storage > Erase SD card, you can erase all
the data that you have stored on the SD card.
USB computer connection
In Storage, tap > USB computer connection
on the top bar. You can select how to connect
Pi3100 to a PC through the USB cable, as a
mass storage device or MTP device.
Security
Screen lock
By default, to unlock the screen of Pi3100, press
the power/ lock button and then, drag the lock
to an icon.
In Screen lock, you can set a pattern, pin, or
password as the unlock security. To unlock the
screen, such unlock security is required.
None
Slide
Face
Unlock
Pattern
PIN
Battery
In Battery, check the battery use by
applications.
Apps
In Apps, manage the apps on the internal
storage of Pi3100.
Location services
#
In Location services, switch on or off
Google's location service.
» If the function is enabled, the tick box
is selected.
» You can allow or disallow your location
information to be used in online
location services of Google, such as
Maps, or other relevant services and
applications.
Password
Switch off the lock.
Slide to unlock the screen
(default).
Set face recognition as the unlock
security.
Set a pattern as the unlock
security.
Set a PIN that consists of
numbers.
Set a password that consists of a
combination of numbers, letters,
and symbols.
Visible passwords
Your password consists of several characters. To
make sure that you have entered the characters
correctly, show the characters as you type the
password. Switch Make passwords visible on or
off as needed.
# Tap the tick box.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Device administrators
Applications in corporate networks require the
rights of device administrator, such as the email
and calendar under your Microsoft Exchange
account.
Before you uninstall such an application, disable
the rights of device administrator.
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In Device administrators, tap an
application.
» The rights of device administrator are
disabled.
» You cannot sync data for the
application.
Unknown sources
On Pi3100, you can install applications that you
download from (Play Store), or from sources
other than .
# For the applications from sources
other than , tap Unknown sources
to allow installation on the Pi3100.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Voice Search
In Voice Search, select your options for Google
Voice Search.
Text-to-speech output
In Text-to-speech output, select your options
for:
# voice output for the accessibility
function on the device.
Install voice data
Download the voice data for speech synthesis.
1
2
Connect the device to the Internet.
Select your preferred text-to-speech
engine. Tap > Install voice data.
» Select and download the voice data.
Select your options for the voice output
Language & input
Language
In Language, select the language for the
onscreen instructions of Pi3100.
Personal dictionary
In Personal dictionary, add or remove words
or phrases to/ from the user dictionary. You
can customize the word suggestions that are
displayed on the pop-up screen during your
text entry on the Android keyboard.
To add a word or phrase,
# Tap to add a word or phrase.
To edit a word or phrase,
1
Tap on the word or phrase.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
2
Edit the word or phrase.
To remove a word or phrase,
# Tap next to the word or phrase.
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In Speech rate, select a speed at which the
text is read, normal, fast, or slow.
2
Tap Listen to an example.
» Your options are used to play the
demo of speech synthesis.
reset
In reset > Factory data reset, you can erase all
the data that you have stored on the internal
storage of Pi3100.
ACCOUNTS
In ACCOUNTS, add, remove, or manage an
account.
# Tap Add account to add an account.
# Tap an account to manage the account,
for example, remove the account or
select sync options.
Date & time
Auto-rotate screen
In Auto-rotate screen, tap to switch on or off
screen rotation.
Automatic setting
Over the Internet, you can sync the date and
time on Pi3100 from Philips online services.
To switch on the automatic clock setting,
1
In Date & time, tap to switch on
Automatic date & time.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
2
In Select time zone, select your current
time zone.
3
In Use 24-hour format and Select date
format, select your options for time and
date display.
Manual setting
1
2
In Date & time, tap to switch off
Automatic date & time.
» If the function is disabled, the tick box
is deselected.
In About tablet, learn the status and
information about your Pi3100.
System updates
In System updates, check for the system
updates of Pi3100. Make sure that you have
connected the device to the Internet.
Register your Pi3100 upgrades.
Register
1
Make sure that you have connected the
device to the Internet.
2
To register Pi3100with www.philips.com/
welcome,
a Select System updates > Register.
b Enter your valid email address.
» You receive an email message from
ConsumerCare@Philips.com.
Tap to set date, time, and time zone in Set
date, Set time, and Set time zone.
# To select a date, tap the date in the
calendar.
Accessibility
With the accessibility function, actions on the
screen of the device are read out through
the text-to-speech technology, such as the
taps, selection of menu items. For people who
cannot read the screen clearly, the function
allows them to use the device in an easier way.
Use the accessibility function
1
2
About tablet
Tap TalkBack to switch on.
In Text-to-speech output, select your
options for voice output (see 'Text-tospeech output' on page 26).
c Use the Web page link in the email to
complete registration.
To check registration information
You can check whether you have registered
your Pi3100, whether you have completed the
registration, and what account you have used
for registration.
# Tap Register > Registration
information.
To unregisterPi3100
To use another email address as your account
with www.philips.com/welcome, you can
unregister Pi3100.
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2
Tap Register > Unregister.
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1
Make sure that your device is more than
75% charged.
2
Make sure that you have connected the
device to the Internet.
3
Select System updates > Upgrade.
» The device starts to check for the
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Follow the onscreen instructions to
device.
» When the message "An update.zip is
detected from your Device Storage.
Do you want to have this update?" is
displayed, the downloading is complete.
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Select the option to start upgrading.
Note
# During the upgrading process, keep the screen or
button untouched.
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update is complete.
Status and information about the
device
# In Status,Battery status: Display the
status of power charging.
# Battery level: Display remaining power
by percentage.
# IP address: Display the IP address that
is assigned to Pi3100 when the device
is connected a Wi-Fi network.
# Wi-Fi MAC address: Display the
network adapter of Pi3100. If MAC
router, add the MAC address of Pi3100
to the list of devices that are allowed
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Legal information: Legal information for Pi3100
Model number: Model no. of the device
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Android version:Firmware version of the
Android platform that the deviceis running on
Build number: Software version of Pi3100
12 Check for
firmware update
Connect Pi3100 to Wi-Fi. You can receive
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On Pi3100, through Philips online services over the Internet
(see 'System updates' on page 27).
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13 Technical data
Power
# Power adapter
Philips ASSA1i-050200
Input: 100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz, 0.45 A
Output: DC 5.0 V, 2 A
# Power supply: 3,000 mAh Li-ion polymer
internal rechargeable battery
# Play time¹
video (MP4, Wi-Fi off): 3 hours
Display
# Type: LCD Touch-sensitive screen
# Diagonal screen size (inch): 7
# Resolution: 1024 x 600 pixels
Platform
Android™ 4
Connectivity
# Headphone: 3.5 mm
# USB: 2.0 High speed, Micro type
# Wireless LAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
# Mini HDMI
Headphone sound
# Channel separation: > 45 dB
# Frequency response: 60-18,000 Hz
# Output power: 2 x 5 mW (maximum)
# Signal to noise ratio: > 80 dB
Speaker sound
# Frequency response: 100-15,000 Hz
# Output power: 600 mW
# Signal to noise ratio: > 60 dB
Audio playback
# Supported formats:
WAV, MP3, AAC /. m4a, OGG Vorbis, 3GPP,
AMR-NB (mono), AMR-WB (stereo),
FLAC,
MIDI (Type 0 and 1 (.mid, .xmf,.mxmf)),
RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl, .rtx), OTA (.ota), and
iMelody(.imy)
Audio capturing
# AMR-NB
Bitrate: 4.75 to 12.2 kbps
Sampling rate: 8 kHz
File supported: 3GPP (.3gp)
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Bitrate: 128 kbps
Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz
File format: MP3
# Built-in microphone: mono
Video playback
# Supported formats:
MPEG-4 (.3gp), H.264 AVC (3gp, .mp4),
H.263 (3gp, .mp4), VP8 (.webm, .mkv),
RMVB (.rm, .rmvb)
Video capturing
# H.264 Aspect ratio (4:3 or 16:9 selectable)
# Video resolution: VGA (640 x 480)
# Frame rate: 30 frames per second
# Container: .mp4
# Audio format: MP3
# Lens: Fixed focus length
# Recording time: Depending on the storage
Still picture playback
# Supported formats:
JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
Still picture capturing
# Picture resolution: VGA (640 x 480)
# Picture format: JPEG, PNG
# Lens: Fixed focus length
Storage media
# Built-in memory capacity²:
8 GB NAND Flash
# External storage:
Micro SD memory card slot (Maximum
memory card capacity: 32 GB)
Preloaded applications
# Play Store, Google Search, Voice Search,
Browser, Gallery, Movie Studio, Play Music,
Camera, Email, Calendar, Clock, Calculator
# ES File Explorer
Note
# ¹ Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of
#
charge cycles. Battery life and number of charge cycles
vary by use and settings.
² 1GB = 1 billion bytes; available storage capacity is less.
Full memory capacity may not be available as some
memory is reserved for the device. Storage capacity
is based on 4 minutes per song and 128 kbps MP3
encoding.
PC system requirements
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Windows®XP (SP3 or above), Vista/7 (32bit, 64-bit)
Pentium III 800 MHz processor or higher
512 MB RAM
500 MB hard disk space
Internet connection
Windows® Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
USB port
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14 Warranty
Any of the following misuse conditions seen or
perceived on this device may void the user’s
warranty of this device:
# Defects or damages resulting from
abnormal use of the product by the
customer, such as plastic surfaces and
other externally exposed parts scratched,
cracked or broken, clean disagree with the
operating instructions, as well as spill food
or liquids of any kind;
# Defects or damage resulting from testing,
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any kind in our products as well as repair
workshops conducted by an unauthorized
technical assistance;
# Breakage or damage were not observed
upon acquisition (cabinet, cables, screen,
etc..);
# Products which have had the serial number
removed, adulterated or made illegible;
# Defects and damage resulting from the use
of components not compatible with Philips
brand ; (cabinet, cables, cards, power supply,
general parts, etc..);
# Defects and damage caused by natural
$!!
electrical discharge) or exposure to
excessive heat;
# Defects or damage caused by the use
of software and (or) hardware not
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products;
# Parts that wear out with regular use, such
as cables, battery, buttons, etc.;
# Incidents of accidental damage, such as falls,
misuse, contact and/or immersion with
liquid.
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Specifications are subject to change without notice
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All rights reserved.
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