Zoostorm PlayTab User manual

User Manual
Tablet PC with 10.1’’ IPS LCD Screen
Zoostorm PlayTab Q6010
Safety Precautions
On Battery
 Charge the battery only in temperature that ranges from
0℃ to 35 ℃.
 Do not charge Tablet PC if the battery is found damaged
or leaking.
On Operation
 Never subject Tablet PC to extremes forms of light,
temperature, moisture or vibration.
 Do not use or store Tablet PC in a location subject to:
A. Extreme high temperatures, such as in a sun-heated
car.
B. Direct sunlight.
C. High humidity or places with corrosive substances.
D. Sub-zero condition, especially during winter.
On Micro SD card
 After inserting a Micro SD card, if the device has no
response, please take the card out and insert it in again.
 Do not remove Micro SD card or turn off Tablet PC
during data writing or reading; this is to prevent damage
to data and to the device.
 Make sure the Micro SD card is unlocked before writing
or deleting data in the card.
 Backup your data files before formatting the Micro SD
card.
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Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................................... I
CONTENTS........................................................................... II
CHAPTER 1 BASICS .......................................................... 1
PARTS AND CONTROL .................................................................. 1
PACKET CONTENTS ...................................................................... 2
POWER ON AND OFF THE DEVICE ................................................. 2
CHARGING THE DEVICE ................................................................ 2
TRANSFERRING CONTENTS .......................................................... 3
STAND BY /WAKE UP MODE ......................................................... 5
HOME SCREEN ............................................................................. 6
MAIN MENU ................................................................................. 9
TOUCH SCREEN OR BUTTONS........................................................ 9
ONSCREEN KEYBOARD ............................................................... 10
CONNECTING TO THE INTERNET ................................................. 11
SWITCHING SCREEN ORIENTATION ............................................. 12
CHAPTER 2 GETTING STARTED .................................... 13
WEB BROWSER .......................................................................... 13
WATCHING VIDEOS ................................................................... 16
PLAYING MUSIC ........................................................................ 19
VIEWING PHOTOS ....................................................................... 22
USING CAMERA ......................................................................... 26
SOUND RECORDING ................................................................... 28
EMAIL........................................................................................ 29
FILE EXPLORER ......................................................................... 31
MANAGING THIRD PARTY APPLICATIONS ................................... 34
ALARMS .................................................................................... 35
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CHAPTER 3 SETTINGS .................................................... 37
WIRELESS & NETWORKS ............................................................ 37
SOUND ....................................................................................... 39
DISPLAY .................................................................................... 39
HDMI ......................................................................................... 39
SCREENSHOT SETTING ............................................................... 39
STORAGE ................................................................................... 39
BATTERY ................................................................................... 39
APPS .......................................................................................... 39
LOCATION SERVICE .................................................................... 39
SECURITY .................................................................................. 40
LANGUAGE & INPUT .................................................................. 40
BACKUP & RESET....................................................................... 40
ADD ACCOUNT ........................................................................... 40
DATE& TIME ............................................................................. 40
ACCESSIBILITY .......................................................................... 40
DEVELOPER OPTIONS ................................................................. 40
ABOUT TABLET .......................................................................... 41
CHAPTER 4 TROUBLESHOOTING .................................. 42
CHAPTER 5 APPENDIX ................................................... 43
MAINTENANCE .......................................................................... 43
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................... 43
CERTIFICATION INFORMATION ................................................... 45
COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARK NOTICE .................................... 46
DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING INFORMATION ................................. 46
DISCLAIMER .............................................................................. 47
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PlayTab Q6010 is a Tablet PC with touch screen. It
supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, camera function and third party
software, Users can get access to over 450,000 apps and
enjoy TV shows, movies, music and much more.
Parts and Control
1.
2.
3.
4.
Display screen
Rear camera
Earphone jack
DC-in jack -connect to AC power adapter via power
cable.
5. HDMI jack -for video out via HDMI cable
6. Micro USB jack-for charging or data transfer.
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7. Memory SD card slot
8. Front camera
9. Power button -press and hold for 3 seconds to turn
on/off.
10. Volume +/- button-press to adjust volume level.
11. Microphone
12. Speaker
Packet Contents
 1x Zoostorm PlayTab Q6010 Tablet PC
 1x Power Adapter
Power On and Off the device
 Press and hold the Power button on for 3 seconds to
turn the device on.
 It may take a moment for the device to turn on and load.
 Press and hold the Power button for 3 seconds, then a
Power off confirmation window will appear, tap OK to
turn the device off.
Charging the device
 You will need to charge the device prior to use for the
first time or when battery power is low.
 Charge the device using the AC adapter (which is
supplied) with output 9V, 2A.
 Charging through your PC is not possible due to the low
output charging current from PC USB port.
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 Please turn the device to standby mode to shorten the
charging process.
 It will take about 3 hours to fully charge the device in
standby mode (LCD off).
 When the power cable is connected to the device for
charging, the device will enter into standby mode after
remains idle for 60s. Press the [Power] button to wake
up the device.
 The battery status is displayed at the top of the screen.
Transferring Contents
From Computer
 The device supports USB Mass Storage Device
function.
 To import contents (eBooks, video, audio, photo etc)
into the device, connect the device to PC via USB cable.
(The USB cable needs to be purchased separately)
 Upon successful connection to PC, turn to the PlayTab
Q6010, on the status bar; flick upwards to display an
ongoing list.
 Select “USB connected”, then tap on “Turn on USB
storage” to enter USB mode and all operation will be
halted.
 Go to [My Computer], double click on the device’s disk
to open.
 Perform normal file management operation like other
USB device.
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From memory card
This unit supports Micro SD card up to 32 GB.
To Insert a Memory card
Firstly turn to the rear cover of the PlayTab Q6010, insert
the micro SD card correctly with the contact pin facing
downwards as illustrated below. Pushing the card into the
memory card slot, you should then hear a click when the
card is seated correctly. You may damage the card and the
device if Micro SD card is not inserted correctly.
To remove Micro SD card, push the card once again until it
clicks.
When a Micro SD card is inserted in or ejected from the
device, it may take few seconds for the device to update
the content. Please avoid inserting or ejecting Micro SD
card when other operations are running on your device as
this may cause the system hang.
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 Do not remove the card if the content inside the card is
being played. This will halt the operation of the device
and cause the device to restart.
 If the system is not responding, press Power button to
reset.
Note: you can also transfer contents to PlayTab
Q6010 through USB 3G dongle (not included).
Insert a USB storage device or memory card into
the USB 3G dongle, then connect the dongle to
PlayTab Q6010 via the USB cable.
USB 3G dongle and USB cable (Not Included)
Stand by /Wake up mode
Press the Power button to enter Standby mode, then the
device will lock automatically.
Locking the device turns off the display to save your battery
and to prevent unintended operation of the device.
To wake up the device, press the Power button again, then
press the Lock button and drag the slider.
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Home screen
When the device is turned on, it will enter into the Home
screen.
1.Status bar
Notification icons
USB connection
USB debugging
Memory card indication
Stopwatch indication
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Countdown timer
System icons
Time Display
Wi-Fi connection
Bluetooth indication
Battery indicator
Airplane mode
Alarm indication
Flick downwards the status bar to view an ongoing list.
2.Google Search bar for web browser
3. Clock
4. Widget & Shortcut button
Main menu button
5. Menu bar
Return button
Home button
Running application
Volume - button
Volume + button
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Customizing Home screen
Adding icons on home screen
You can add shortcuts, widgets or folders to home screen.
To add icons on screen, tap
to enter Main menu,
press and hold on the desired options to go to home screen,
then drag the icon to the desired place.
Moving icons on the home screen
1.
Touch and hold the icon to be moved until the icon
swags.
2.
Drag the icon to the desired place.
Removing icons on the home screen.
Touch and hold the desired icon to be removed until an “X”
appears at the top screen, then drag the icon on “X”, when
the icon turns red, release it to remove.
Setting wallpaper for home screen
Tap
 Wallpaper, select the desired picture as
wallpaper.
About the additional home screen
You can use up to five screens. Flick left or right to go to
other home screen.
Go to the first Home screen: press
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Main menu
All application icons are on the Main menu.
 On the homescreen, tap
to show the Main menu.
 Tap APPS or WIDGETS tab to enter APPS or Widgets
list.
 Tap an icon on the Main menu to open the desired
application.
Touch screen or buttons

Tap an icon to open an application.

Tap at the bottom of the screen to display the menu
bar.

At the Menu bar, tap
anytime to return to
previous screen, press and hold to return to Home
screen.
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
Tap

Tap
menu.
 Tap
anytime to return to Home screen.
on the screen anytime to display the option
to show the running application.
 Tap
/
to adjust volume level.
Scrolling
 Drag your finger up and down to scroll file list.
 Flick to scroll quickly.
 On webpage, drag up and down to scroll around the
page(be careful for so as not to click the link).
 Tap or touch anywhere on the screen to stop it
immediately.
Onscreen keyboard
Use the onscreen keyboard to enter text, such as
text messages, or web addresses.
 Tap a text field to bring up the keyboard.
 Touch and hold on the text field to select an input
method.
Uppercase key
Backspace key
Enter key
Input options
Numeric/punctuation/symbol key
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Connecting to the internet
Using a mobile data connection
Insert a 3G mobile data card into the 3G USB dongle(not
included), and connect the 3G USB dongle to PlayTab
Q6010 via the USB cable, then turn PlayTab Q6010 tablet
on, to enable data access over mobile network, from Main
menu choose Settings Wireless&networks  More 
Mobile networks Data enabled, then
will appear
on the right.
Using Wi-Fi
Turn on Wi-Fi: From Main menu choose Settings
Wireless&networks  Wi-Fi, and tap the other end next
to “OFF”. Then “ON” will appear when you have turn on the
Wi-Fi.
Join a Wi-Fi network: From the detected network list,
select a network, if necessary, enter a password and tap
"Connect" to save the settings for the encrypted
connection and connect to Wi-Fi. (Networks that require a
password appear with a lock icon).
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Once you’ve joined a Wi-Fi network manually, it
automatically connects the PlayTab Q6010 to whenever
the network is in range.
Switching Screen orientation
Screen orientation can be set to vertical or horizontal via
the built-in G sensor.
 From Main menu, tap Settings  Accessibility, select
Auto-rotate screen.
 Rotate the unit and the screen rotates too, automatically
adjusting to fit the screen.
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Web browser
Voice search
Voice search enables you to speak instead of typing; when
searching the Web.
 From Main menu or Home screen, tap on
display voice search box.
to
 Say your search term when “speak now” appears (If not,
tap
on the top right), it will automatically
recognize the voice and search the internet.
 The search results show up just as if you had typed the
search term.
Note: Voice Search is not available in all languages.
View a webpage
 From Main menu, tap Browser to open web browser.
 Tap the address bar at the top of the screen.
 On address bar, type the web address and tap Enter.
 Tap the link on the webpage to open a new webpage.
 Drag up and down to scroll around the webpage.
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 Double tap or pinch on the webpage to zoom in or zoom
out.
 In zoom mode, drag left, right, up, down to move the
webpage.
 The multiple webpage windows opened at a time are
shown on the top screen. Tap on the desired window to
enlarge to full screen mode.
 To return to the previous page, tap the
button.
Notice:
 To switch screen orientation, rotate the unit.
 The browser start page always defaults to Google home
page.
Add bookmark
Tap
to add the current visited webpage as
bookmark.
Bookmarks List
Tap
to show bookmarks list, tap a bookmark to
open the webpage. Touch and hold the bookmark to
display the option menu for bookmark.
 History
Access to view history lists. To remove these lists, tap
and then select Clear history.
 Settings
,
Tap
to use more available function, including Privacy
& security, Accessibility and so on.
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Refresh/Stop
Tap
to refresh on the current page, tap X to stop
loading the current page.
Forward
Tap ←/→ go to previous/next webpage screen.
Using the option menu
Tap
to display the browser option menu. Tap on
the desired item to use webpage viewing control.
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Watching Videos
Playing videos
 On the Home screen or Main menu, tap VideoVideo
folder to open video player.
 Drag up and down to scroll through the file list.
 Tap to select a video file for playback.
 Touch and hold on the selected video file to delete it.
Controlling Video Playback
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When playing a video on
up control toolbar.
Play or Pause a
video
Play previous/next
video
Fast rewind or fast
forward
screen, tap on the screen to pop
Tap
/
Tap
.
/
.
Touch and hold
/
.
Skip to any point in
a video
Adjust the volume
level.
Adjust
screen
brightness
Adjust the screen
size:
full
screen,16:9,4:3
Set Mini playback
mode.
Display video menu
Return to the video
browser screen
Tap anywhere or drag
the playhead on the
progress bar.
Tap
/
or
use the buttons on the
side of PlayTab Q6010.
Tap
Tap
.
.
Tap
, pinch on the
playback screen to zoom
in or out.
Tap
Tap
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Notices:
 By default, the bookmark will be added automatically, it
allows you to continue playing from the bookmark when
you open the video file next time.
 Video player supports subtitle file, please load the
subtitle file to be displayed on the current video, unless
the subtitle is integrated into the video itself.
 The Tablet PC supports subtitles of sub, ssa, srt, lrc
format, encoded in UTF8 format.
 The file name of the subtitle must be identical to that of
the video file. The subtitle will be loaded automatically
during video playback.
Using video playback menu
During the video playback, tap
to display the Playback menu.
on the lower right
 Delete the bookmark to start playing from the beginning.
 Delete bookmark: tap to delete the bookmark.
 Play Mode: set the playback mode-Single, Repeat one,
and Repeat all.
 Subtitle select
 Auto Track select
 Help: tap to display help information
 Return: close the menu
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Playing Music
About music library
From Main menu, tap Music to enter into music
library.
Sorting by artist
Sorting by album
All songs
Sorting by Playlist
Return to Now playing screen
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Playing songs
1. From Home screen or Main menu, tap Music to enter
music library.
2. Tap on a desired tab to enter song list.
3. Drag up and down to scroll the song list.
4. Tap the desired songs to start playing.
Note: If you want to exit music mode, tap
then tap
or
.
Controlling Song Playback
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Pause
or
play
Tap
/
.
songs.
Play
previous
or
Tap
/
Touch
and
.
next song.
Fast rewind or fast
/
forward
hold
.
Skip to any point in
Tap anywhere or Drag
a song
the playhead on the
progress bar.
Adjust the volume
level.
Tap
/
button or use the
volume buttons on the
unit.
Display the current
Tap
song list
.
Set shuffle mode
Tap
.
Set Repeat mode
Tap
.
Display the music
Tap
.
playback menu
add
the
playing
current
song
to
Tap
 Add to
playlist.
playlist
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Delete the current
Tap
song
To
return
to
the
Tap
 Delete.
.
Media Library
Using the playlist
Use the playlist to manage the songs in the library
Creating a new playlist
In the music playback screen, tap


New, and enter the name for the new playlist, then tap
Save.
Adding the current song into playlist
In the music playback screen, tap
.
Tap on a desired playlist, then the current song has been
added into the selected playlist.
Viewing photos
On the Home screen or Main menu, tap GalleryPhoto
folder to view photo.
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Thumbnail View
Thumbnail view displays the catalogue as a table of
thumbnail images in adjustable sizes.
 Tap on the desired photo to full screen view.
 Touch and hold the desired photo to select it and tap
again to deselect.
 In thumbnail view mode, Tap
to use the option
menu.
Slide show: Tap to start photo slide show,tap anywhere
on the screen to stop the slide show.
Select item: select multiple photos
Group by: sort the photo list
 To delete photo files, touch and hold the desired photo,
or tap
 Select item to select the photo to
be deleted, then tap
.
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 In full screen mode, tap
view mode.
to return to thumbnail
Start to view photo
Tap on the screen to show / hide the control bar.
View the previous /
next photo.
Zoom in or zoom out
Flick Left/Right on the
screen.
Use two fingers to
pinch on the viewing
screen.
Set slide show effect
Tap
Edit the picture
Tap
Rotate the photo by
90 degrees clockwise,
counterclockwise
Tap
Rotate
left/Rotate right .
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Crop the picture
Tap
Set the photo as
wallpaper
Display photo
information
Use more photo
settings
Share the photo with
others.
Delete or save photo
Return to thumbnail
mode.
 Crop.
Tap
 Set
picture as wallpaper.
Tap
 Details
Tap
at the
lower-left corner of the
screen.
Tap
.
Tap
.
Tap
.
Notes:
 In zoom in /out mode, drag your finger up, down, left or
right to move photo.
 Rotate the unit to switch screen orientation.
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Using Camera
From Main menu or home screen, tap Camera to enter
camera mode.

Tap
to select Camera mode and display the
menu bar; In the Menu bar, tap
Camcorder mode, tap
to switch to
to switch to panoramic
mode.
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
Press
to take a photo or record video, and the
captured photo/video file will be saved automatically.

Use two fingers to pinch on the screen to zoom in or
zoom out.

Flick on the left to thumbnail view for the captured
photos or videos.

Tap
to display a setting menu; in the setting
menu, tap
to switch between Front camera
and Rear camera; Tap

to set White balance;
Tap
to display an extra setting menu.
Tap
or
at the bottom of the screen to exit
from the camera mode.
Note: To capture screenshots, from home screen or main
menu, tap Settings  Screenshot settings show the
screenshot button, and the screenshot button will appear
at the status bar, go to the screen to be captured, then tap
to take the screenshots.
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Sound Recording
From Home screen or Main menu, tap Sound Recorder
to enter sound recording mode.
Recording a voice file

Press

Press

Press
file.
to start recording a voice file.
to stop recording.
to play back the current recorded voice
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
It will display a message window to choose
“Done”
or “Discard”, choose “Done” to save the voice file;
choose “Discard” to discard the voice file.

A recording time indicator will appear during the
recording.

Repeat the above steps to record more voice files.
Play back the voice file

The record is saved in Record folder, open “Explore”,
then open Record folder, tap on the desired recorded
file to be played.
Email
Setting up Email Accounts
Prior to the use of e-mail, you need to set up the mailbox
account.
1. From Main menu, tap EmailSign In.
2. Enter your user name and password, tap Sign In to
continue.
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3. To set to P03/IMAP server (If necessary, to obtain the
required information from your network administrator, then
tap Next to check server setting.
Using the mailbox
 In the mailbox, drag up and down to scroll the mail list.
 Tap to open the mail you want to read.
 On the mail list, touch and hold on the mail to display
option menu.
 Use the option menu, the available options is: Read,
Archive, Mute, Mark read, Delete, Add bar, Change
labels.
 About the Mail menu
In the mail list, tap
to display a mail menu.
 Refresh:Refresh Mail
 Compose:Write a new mail
 Account:View all e-mail accounts
 Go to labels: go to home screen of the Gmail
 Search: Search for the desired mail
 Setting: Set email account
Delete mail account
1. In the mail list, tap
to display a mail menu.
2. Tap Accounts to display email account.
3. Tap
to display the option menu, select Account
settings.
4. Tap on the mail to be deleted to go to next screen, and
then tap on Remove account.
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Notice:
 You can set up multiple mail accounts, tap Add account.
 Each time you use mail, the system will automatically
jump to the default account.
File Explorer
 From Main menu, tap Explorer.
 Tap to select Internal / Micro SD card memory/USB
to enter.
 Drag up and down to scroll through the file list to select
the desired folder or file.
 Touch and hold the selected file or folder or tap Editor
to show the edit menu.
 To open a file or folder, tap on the file or folder.
About the tool bar and the Edit menu
 Tool bar
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A: Home -return to the home Explorer
screen.
B: Level Up- return to the previous
directory.
C: Multi- choose more than one item
D: Editor- Copy, delete, move or rename a
file or folder.
E: Back- go to previous screen.
F: Next- go to next screen
Edit menu
Touch and hold on the selected file
or folder or tap Editor to show the
Edit menu.
Select multiple files or folders:
You can select multiple files or folders at the same time.
1. On the Tool bar, select Multi.
2. Tap the desired files to be selected, then they will be red
highlighted. To cancel the selected items, tap on them
again.
Copy / move files or folders
1. From the file list, select the desired files/folders to be
copied or moved.
2.
Tap Editor to show the edit menu, select Move or
Copy.
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3.
Go to the target folder that you want to put the
selected file or folder.
4.
Tap Editor  Paste.
Note: it may take longer time to paste files/folder with big
file size.
Rename the file or folder
1. From the file list, select the desired file/folder to be
renamed.
2.
3.
4.
Touch and hold the desired file or folder to show the
edit menu, select Rename
Tap the file name field and use On-screen keyboard
to enter a new file name.
Tap OK to confirm.
Delete files or folders
1.
From the file list, select the desired files/folders to be
deleted.
2.
Tap Editor to show the edit menu.
3.
Select Delete to display a message window.
4.
Select Delete to confirm the deletion.
Note: if you only want to copy/ move/ delete one file/ folder,
you can touch and hold on the desired file or folder, then
follow the above steps to do.
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Managing third party applications
This unit supports third party applications (such as MSN,
etc.); you can install or uninstall applications for the
PlayTab Q6010.
Download and install the application
1. Download the desired applications into your computer.
2. Copy the downloaded applications to the unit (you can
also download the desired applications from the browser in
your PlayTab Q6010 Tablet PC).
3. Disconnect this unit from the computer.
Note: The system only supports XXX.apk format
applications to be installed.
4. From Main menu, tap SettingsSecurityunknown
source.
5. In Explorer, find the directory where the application is
placed to tap to start the installation.
6. After finishing the installation, you will see the
Applications on the Main menu.
Uninstall application
1. From the Main menu, then tap Settings Apps.
2. Select the application you desire to uninstall, and then
tap Uninstall.
Note: The default applications can’t be uninstalled from the
unit.
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Alarms
From Main menu, tap Clock 
setting.
Set an alarm:
to start clock alarm
On clock setting screen, tap
to start to alarm setting.
Note: You can set multiple alarms.
Adjust any of the following settings:
 Tap the Numeric key on screen to adjust the desired
hours and minutes. Then tap OK to confirm, then it will
display the below settings for the alarm.
 Select Repeat and choose the days to set the alarm to
repeat on certain days.
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 Tap on the Ringtone name to choose the ringtone that
will sound when the alarm goes off.
 Select Vibrate to enable vibrate mode.
 Tap
or
to hide/display the settings dialog box.
If at least one alarm is set and turned on, the Alarm icon
will appear at the status bar on the home screen.
To turn an alarm on or off: tap on the ON/ OFF next to
the desired alarm. If an alarm is set to sound only once, it
turns the alarm off automatically after it sounds. You can
turn it on again to re-enable it.
Change the time for an alarm: tap the time of the desired
alarm to be changed.
Change the settings for an alarm: tap the
to the
right of the desired alarm, then change the desired setting
items.
Delete an alarm: Touch and hold on the desired alarm
until the icon
appears at the top of screen, then tap
Hint: From Main menu, tap Clock 
Countdown timer, and tap
to enter
to enter Stopwatch timer.
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From Home screen or Main menu, choose Settings, and
then tap the desired items to be configured to start the
Setting.
Wireless & networks
The Wi-Fi settings allow you manage networks, such as
turn Wi-Fi on and join Wi-Fi networks.
Turn on Wi-Fi: From Main menu choose Settings
Wireless & networksWi-Fi, and tap the other end next
to “OFF”. Then “ON” will appear when you have turned on
the Wi-Fi.
Join a Wi-Fi network: From the detected network list,
select a network, if necessary, enter a password and tap
"Connect" to save the settings for the encrypted
connection and connect to Wi-Fi. (Networks that require a
password appear with a lock icon).
Select “show advanced option” to show more network
control options.
If more than one previously used network is in range,
PlayTab Q6010 will join the last network used.
When the PlayTab Q6010 is connected to a Wi-Fi network,
the Wi-Fi icon at the bottom of the screen shows
connection strength.
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Bluetooth
Turn on Blue tooth: From Main menu, choose Settings
Wireless & networksBluetooth, and tap the other end
next to “OFF”. Then “ON” will appear when you have
turned on the Bluetooth.
Join the desired Bluetooth network: From the detected
Bluetooth device list, select the desired Bluetooth device
name for pairing with the PlayTab Q6010.
Data usage
This item allows you to view the data usage status.
Sharing a Data Connection as a Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot
1. From home screen or Main menu, tap Settings More
 portable hotspot.
2. If you select Portable Wi-Fi hotspot to share a data
connection, you can tap Set up Wi-Fi hotspot to configure
portable Wi-Fi hotspots.
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Sound
Customize the sound settings, including the settings for
Volumes, Default notification, Vibrate and ring, Touch
sounds, Screen lock sound and Vibrate on touch.
Display
Customize the display settings, including the settings for
Brightness, Wallpaper, Sleep, Daydream, Font size,
Wireless display.
HDMI
Allows you to disable or enable HDMI function, set HDMI
Resolution, adjust screen zoom and screen timeout.
Screenshot Setting
Customize the screenshot settings, including the settings
The delay time to capture the screen, The location of
screenshot storage and Show the screenshot button in
the status bar.
Storage
View the memory status of Micro SD card, USB storage,
and internal storage; format all data on the internal storage
and Micro SD card memory.
Battery
View the battery status of the Zoostorm PlayTab Q6010.
Apps
Allows you to manage the applications sorted by Download,
On SD card, Running and All.
Location service
This item lets apps that have asked your permission use
your location information; Lets apps use GPS on your
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tablet to pinpoint your location; Let apps use GPS to
pinpoint your location, anonymous location data will be
corrected and sent to Google.
Security
Allows you to set Security Screen, Encryption, Passwords,
Device administration and Credential storage.
Language & Input
Set to your preferred region and language, keyboard, text
input methods, speech, and Mouse/Track pad.
Backup & reset
Allows you to backup account, app data, Wi-Fi passwords,
and other settings to Google servers, When reinstalling an
app, restore backed up settings and data; Additionally, you
can erase all data on the PlayTab Q6010.
Add account
Add an account of Email or Google to let you access all
your stuff (photo etc.) from the PlayTab Q6010.
Date& Time
Set date, time, time zone and display format.
Accessibility
Allows you to use Talk Back service, configure the system
settings, including set large text, auto-rotate screen feature,
speak passwords, touch and hold delay, Enhance web
accessibility etc..
Developer options
Helps you manage the system, such as USB debugging,
Stay awake, HDCP checking and so on.
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About tablet
Displays the information about the PlayTab Q6010, such
as product status, model number, firmware version, Build
number and so on.
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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
If the device does not function as it is expected, please try
the following steps.
The device is not responding or can’t be turned on.

Use a metal pin to press the Reset button to reset
the device. The device will be forced shutdown if it is
on and you are required to restart the device again.

Battery has been fully depleted. Please charge the
device via USB or USB AC Adapter.
Battery Life seems short

The operating temperature is below 5℃, this is due to
the characteristics of battery and not a malfunction.

The battery is not used for prolonged period. Please
recharge the battery of the device again

The battery is not fully charged. Please charge the
device for 3 hours.

The battery needs to be replaced. Please contact
Zoostorm customer services on cs@zoostorm.co.uk
or call 0844 800 0730.
The device can not be operated during USB
connection

The device cannot be operated while it is connected
to PC.

At status bar, flick upwards to display an Ongoing list,
then select “Turn off USB storage” to resume
operation.
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Maintenance
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
If the Tablet PC does get wet, turn your Tablet PC off
immediately. Wait for Tablet to dry completely before
turning it on again.
Clean the screen with a soft cloth; be careful not to
wipe the tablet PC with anything abrasive. When
carrying your Tablet in bag, please keep your Tablet
PC in the protecting case to avoid scratches.
If your Tablet PC needs service and support, please
contact support@zoostorm.co.uk or call 0844 800
6183.
Product Specifications
Display
10.1 inch IPS-LCD Display, 1280 x 800 pixels
High resolution capacitive multi-touch screen
Wi-Fi
IEEE 802.11 b/g
System Properties
RAM Memory : DDR3 2GB
Operating System: Android 4.2.2
Storage memory
Built in memory: Up to 32GB
Supports Micro SD card up to 32GB.
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Media File Format supported
EBook: TXT,HTML,EXE,CHM,PDF,DOC,PDB,CLF,etc..
Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, APE, FLAC, AAC, M4A,
RA, RM, RMX, etc..
Photo: JPEG,PNG,BMP,GIF,TIFF,EXIF
Video:DAT,VOB,RM,MPG,MKV,MOV,AVI,WMV,MP4,RM
VB,ASF,SWF,TS,MTS,MPEG1,MPEG2,M4V,F4V,FLV,3G
P,1080P decoder
Connectivity
Data transfer: Micro USB 2.0 High Speed
Audio: 3.5mm audio jack
Microphone : Internal monaural microphone
Storage: Micro SD Card
Miscellaneous
Built in speaker
G sensor
Web Camera (Front camera - 0.3 megapixels, Rear
camera - 2.0 megapixels)
Vibration actuator
Clock / Date
Real time battery indication
Battery life
Reading – more than 6 hours
Music – up to 10 hours (with backlight off)
Video – more than 5 hours
Web browsing – more than 4 hours
Standby time – more than 7 days
Charging
Power: DC 9.0V, 2.0A
Duration: 3 hours (approx)
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Physical properties
Dimension: 267.7×169×11.8 mm
Weight: 650g (approx.)
※ Design and specifications are subject to change
without prior notice.
Certification information
On FCC
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in
residential installations. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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WARNING: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY
UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THE DEVICE. ANY SUCH
MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO
OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
On CE
The symbol means that the unit complies with
European safety and electrical interference directives.
Copyrights and Trademark Notice
Copyright laws prohibit copying the data of this product or
the contents of this manual (illustrations, related
documents, etc.) in whole or in part without the permission
of the copyright holder. Additionally, use of the data of this
product or the contents of this manual is not allowed
without vendor’s permission except for personal use.
All the brand and product names are trademarks of their
respective companies.
Disposal and Recycling Information
Your Tablet must be disposed of properly according to
local laws and regulations.
Because this product contains a battery, the product must
be disposed of separately from household waste. When
your Tablet reaches its end of life, contact your local
authorities to learn about recycling options.
Battery Replacement:
The rechargeable battery in it should be replaced only by
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an authorized service provider.
This symbol on the product or in the instruction
means that your electrical or electric equipment should be
disposed at the end of its life separately from your
household waste. There are separate collection systems
for recycling in the EU, For more information, please
contact the local authority or your retailer where you
purchased the product.
Disclaimer
All the information, design and specifications contained in
this manual were correct at the time of publication.
However, as the product is under continuously upgrading,
the final device may have a slightly difference in
appearance or modified functionality than presented in this
manual.
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