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User’s Manual
R01 (EU)
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Table of Contents
Precautions and Notices ........................................................................v
1
Getting Started..................................................................................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
2
Understanding Hardware Components................................................ 1
Front Components ............................................................................... 1
Back Components................................................................................ 2
Left-Side Components ......................................................................... 2
Top Components.................................................................................. 3
Bottom Components ............................................................................ 3
Performing the Initial Start Up .............................................................. 4
Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery............................. 6
Charging the Battery via the USB Cable.............................................. 7
Using Your Device in a Vehicle............................................................ 8
Using the Device Cradle or TMC Cradle.............................................. 8
Connecting the Car Charger ................................................................ 9
Operating Basics ................................................................................ 10
Turning On and Off ............................................................................ 10
Navigating on the Screen................................................................... 10
Home Screen ..................................................................................... 11
Using the Soft Keyboard .................................................................... 12
Inserting a SD/MMC Card .................................................................. 14
Audio................................................................................................15
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Starting and Exiting Audio.................................................................. 15
Preparing the Audio Files for Your Device......................................... 16
Playing Audio Files............................................................................. 16
Playback Controls .............................................................................. 17
Displaying Lyrics ................................................................................ 19
Preparing the Lyrics Files for your Device ......................................... 19
Playing Songs with Lyrics .................................................................. 19
Using the Play Lists............................................................................ 20
Creating a Play List ............................................................................ 20
Opening a Play List ............................................................................ 21
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2.7
2.8
3
Pictures............................................................................................25
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
4
5.3
5.4
About Bluetooth Profiles..................................................................... 39
Connecting a Bluetooth Mobile Phone............................................... 40
Connecting a Mobile Phone for the First Time................................... 40
Connecting a Different Mobile Phone ................................................ 43
Using the Mobile Phone Shortcut....................................................... 43
Disconnecting the Mobile Phone........................................................ 44
Phone Operations .............................................................................. 44
Placing a Call ..................................................................................... 44
Receiving a Call ................................................................................. 47
Operations during a Call .................................................................... 48
Connecting a Bluetooth Headset ....................................................... 49
Connecting a Headset for the First Time ........................................... 49
Connecting a Different Headset ......................................................... 51
Using the Headset Shortcut ............................................................... 51
Disconnecting the Headset ................................................................ 51
Calculator ........................................................................................53
6.1
6.2
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Starting and Exiting Contacts............................................................. 31
Using the Contacts List ...................................................................... 32
Using the Summary Screen ............................................................... 33
Navigating to a Contact’s Address ..................................................... 33
Making a Phone Call to a Contact ..................................................... 34
Managing Contacts ............................................................................ 35
Adding a Contact................................................................................ 35
Editing a Contact ................................................................................ 37
Deleting a Contact.............................................................................. 37
Bluetooth .........................................................................................39
5.1
5.2
6
Starting and Exiting Pictures .............................................................. 25
Preparing the Pictures for Your Device.............................................. 25
Viewing Pictures in Thumbnail View .................................................. 26
Viewing a Picture in Full Screen ........................................................ 27
On-Screen Control Buttons ................................................................ 27
Viewing the Slideshow ....................................................................... 29
Contacts ..........................................................................................31
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
5
Equalizer ............................................................................................ 22
Settings .............................................................................................. 23
Starting and Exiting Calculator........................................................... 53
Using the Calculator Mode................................................................. 54
Calculator Memory ............................................................................. 55
6.3
6.4
7
File Manager....................................................................................61
7.1
7.2
7.3
8
Starting and Exiting File Manager ...................................................... 61
Transferring Files ............................................................................... 62
From the Storage Card to Your Device.............................................. 62
From Your Device to the Storage Card.............................................. 64
Managing Folders and Files............................................................... 64
Settings............................................................................................65
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
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Using the Currency Mode .................................................................. 55
Editing Exchange Rate....................................................................... 57
Using the Conversion Mode............................................................... 58
Starting and Exiting Settings .............................................................. 65
Backlight............................................................................................. 66
Volume ............................................................................................... 67
Screen ................................................................................................ 68
Power ................................................................................................. 69
Date/Time........................................................................................... 70
Language ........................................................................................... 72
Bluetooth ............................................................................................ 73
BT Preferences .................................................................................. 74
Auto-answer Preferences................................................................... 74
Delete Preferences ............................................................................ 75
Restore............................................................................................... 75
MioTransfer .....................................................................................77
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Installing MioTransfer......................................................................... 77
Starting and Exiting MioTransfer........................................................ 78
Copying Multimedia Files to Your Device .......................................... 79
Managing Files ................................................................................... 81
Copying Contacts Information to Your Device ................................... 81
10 Troubleshooting and Maintenance ...............................................83
10.1 Restart and Shut Down ...................................................................... 83
Restarting Your Device ...................................................................... 83
Shutting Down Your Device ............................................................... 83
10.2 Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 84
Power Problems ................................................................................. 84
Screen Problems................................................................................ 84
Connection Problems......................................................................... 85
GPS Problems.................................................................................... 85
10.3 Maintaining Your Device .................................................................... 86
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11 Regulatory Information ..................................................................87
11.1 Regulations Statements ..................................................................... 87
European Notice ................................................................................ 87
Bluetooth ............................................................................................ 88
11.2 Safety Precautions ............................................................................. 88
About Charging .................................................................................. 88
About the AC Adapter ........................................................................ 88
About the Battery ............................................................................... 89
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Precautions and Notices
For your own safety, do not operate the controls of the product while driving.
Use this product prudently. The product is intended for use solely as a
navigation aid. It is not for precise measurement of direction, distance,
location or topography.
The calculated route is for reference only. It is the user’s responsibility to
follow the traffic signs and local regulations along the roads.
When you get out of the car, do not leave your device on the dashboard
subjected to direct sunlight. Overheating of the battery can cause malfunction
and/or danger.
GPS is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible
for the performance of GPS. Any change to the GPS system can affect the
accuracy of all GPS equipments.
GPS satellite signals cannot pass through solid materials (except glass). When
you are inside a tunnel or building, GPS positioning is not available.
A minimum of 4 GPS satellite signals is needed to determine current GPS
position. Signal reception can be affected by situations such as bad weather or
dense overhead obstacles (e.g. trees and tall buildings).
Other wireless devices in the vehicle might interfere with the reception of
satellite signals and cause the reception to be unstable.
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A car holder is needed when using the device in a car. Be sure that you place
the device in an appropriate place, so as not to obstruct the driver’s view, or
deployment of airbags.
Do not mount where the driver’s
field of vision is blocked.
Do not mount in front of
airbag panels.
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Do not place unsecured
on the dashboard.
Do not mount in front of an
airbag field of deployment.
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Getting Started
1.1 Understanding Hardware Components
NOTE: Depending upon the specific model purchased, the color of your device may not
exactly match the device shown in this manual.
Front Components
Ref
Component
Touch Screen
Bluetooth
Indicator
Charge
Indicator
Microphone
Description
Displays the output of your device. Tap the screen with your
fingertip to select menu commands or enter information.
Flashes in blue to indicate that Bluetooth is on.
Glows bright amber to indicate that the battery is charging,
and turns green when the battery is fully charged.
For Bluetooth hands-free calling.
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Back Components
Ref
Component
Description
External GPS
Antenna
Connector
This connector (under rubber dust cover) allows use of an
optional external GPS antenna with magnetic mount, which may
be positioned on top of the car for better signal reception in areas
with poor reception.
Speaker
Sends out music, sounds and voice.
Left-Side Components
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Ref
Component
SD/MMC Slot
Headphone
Connector
Description
Accepts a SD (Secure Digital) or MMC (MultiMediaCard)
card for accessing data such as MP3 music.
Connects to stereo headphones.
Top Components
Ref
Component
Power Button
Description
Turns on and off the device. (Pressing briefly or for a long
duration makes a difference. See sections 1.6 and 10.1 for
information.)
Bottom Components
Ref
Component
Description
Mini-USB Connector Connects to the charger or USB cable.
Cradle Connector
Connects to the cradle. (The cradle supplied with your
device depends on the model you purchased.)
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1.2 Performing the Initial Start Up
1. For the initial start up, press the power button for 5 seconds to turn on your
device.
NOTE: For normal operation, briefly press the power button to turn on and off your device.
2. Your device turns on. Immediately charge your device as described in the
next section.
3. The “Switch Language” screen appears. Tap the arrow button to select the
button.
desired language. Then, tap the
4. The “Date/Time” screen appears. Tap the appropriate arrow button to select
button.
the time zone, date, and time. Then, tap the
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5. The Home screen appears. You can now use your device.
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1.3 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the
Battery
When charging the battery for the very first time, you should charge it for at least
8 hours.
1. Slide and click the connector converter onto the AC adapter.
2. Connect the adapter cable to the bottom of your device.
3. Plug the AC adapter into a wall outlet.
4. The charge indicator glows amber when charging is in progress. Do not
disconnect your device from AC power until the battery is fully charged, the
charge indicator will turn green. This will take a couple of hours.
NOTE:
Do not immediately turn on your device after connecting the AC adapter to charge a
power-depleted battery. If you need to turn on the device again, wait for at least one
minute.
Depending on your region of purchase, the connector converter may not look exactly the
same as the picture shown.
CAUTION: For optimal performance of the lithium battery:
Do not charge the battery where the temperature is high (e.g. in direct sunlight).
There is no need to fully discharge the battery before charging. You can charge the battery
before it is discharged.
When storing the product for a long period of time, be sure to fully charge the battery at
least once every two weeks. Over discharge of the battery can affect the charging
performance.
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1.4 Charging the Battery via the USB Cable
1. Turn on the computer.
2. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and
the other end to a USB port on your computer.
3. If your device is on, the screen as shown below appears. Whenever your
device is connected to a computer, you will not be able to use it.
NOTE:
When the device is connected to a computer, it is recognized as an external mass storage
device. Do not delete any files pre-installed in the device. Deleting files of which the
function is unknown can cause programs or features to malfunction.
If you intend to charge your device in this way, turn off your device so that it takes less time
to charge the battery.
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1.5 Using Your Device in a Vehicle
CAUTION:
Select an appropriate location for mounting the device in a vehicle. Never place the device
where the driver’s field of vision is blocked. Make sure that the GPS antenna has a clear
view of the sky.
If the car’s windshield is tinted with a reflective coating, an external antenna (optional) may
be needed to route the antenna to the top of the vehicle through a window. When closing
the window, be careful not to pinch the antenna cable.
Using the Device Cradle or TMC Cradle
Depending on the model you purchased, a device cradle or a TMC cradle is
supplied. Use the cradle and the stand to fix your device in a vehicle. (See a
separate document for the installation instruction.)
With the TMC cradle (for select models only), you can connect the TMC antenna
to receive radio transmissions that are used to inform drivers of traffic conditions.
TMC information is monitored by the navigation software. Once the information
is received, you can view it on your device and traffic icons will appear in the map
view. Certain roads with reported traffic will be highlighted and you can choose to
avoid those roads and an alternate route will be automatically calculated. (See the
navigation software manual for detailed information.)
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Connecting the Car Charger
The car charger supplies power to your device when you are using the device in a
car.
CAUTION: To protect your device against sudden surges in current, connect the car charger
only after the car engine has been started.
1. Connect one end of the car charger to the power connector of the cradle.
2. Connect the other end to the cigarette lighter in the car to power and charge
your device. The indicator on the car charger lights in green to indicate that
power is being supplied to your device.
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1.6 Operating Basics
Turning On and Off
For normal operation, turn off the device by briefly pressing the power button.
The device enters a suspended state.
When you next briefly press the power button, the system resumes. You will
either be back to where you left off or see the Home screen.
NOTE:
The screen you see after resuming depends on the program you were using when you
suspended the device. Some programs will be closed when you suspend the device,
meaning you can only see the Home screen after resuming.
Pressing the power button for a longer duration has a different effect. See section 10.1 for
more information.
Navigating on the Screen
To operate your device, touch the screen with your fingertip. You can perform the
following actions:
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Tap
Touch the screen once with your fingertip to open items or select onscreen
buttons or options.
Drag
Hold your fingertip on the screen and drag up/down/left/right or across the
screen.
Tap and hold
Tap and hold your fingertip until an action is complete, or a result or menu is
shown.
Home Screen
The first time you initialize your device, the Home screen appears. The Home
screen is your starting place for various tasks. Tap a button to start a program or
open another menu. When you exit a program, you are back to the Home screen.
Description
For Detailed
Information
MioMap
Starts the navigation software.
Audio
Plays audio files.
See the MioMap
manual
Chapter 2
Pictures
Displays picture files.
Chapter 3
Contacts
Keeps a list of names, addresses, and phone
numbers.
Searches for Bluetooth mobile phones for a
connection.
Searches for Bluetooth headsets for a
connection
Chapter 4
No. Button Name
Mobile Phone
Stereo
Chapter 5
Chapter 5
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Tools
Settings
connection.
Calculator provides basic arithmetic,
currency conversion, and measure conversion
functions.
File Manager transfers multimedia files
between a storage card and the device’s flash
memory.
Customizes the system settings.
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Using the Soft Keyboard
There are occasions when you input text or numbers to your device. For example,
you have to enter names, addresses, and phone numbers in the Contacts program.
On such occasions, the soft keyboard as shown below will appear on the screen.
Depending on the current operation, either the alphabet keypad or the
number/symbol keypad appears.
Alphabet Keypad
Backspace
Spacebar
Switch to lower case or
upper case.
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Enable umlaut.
Switch to the
number/symbol keypad.
Number/symbol Keypad
Switch to the alphabet keypad.
to enable umlaut, you can tap a vowel letter repeatedly to
When you tap
input a different form of the letter. Alternatively, you can tap the letter in the
pop-up window as shown below.
Umlaut enabled. Tap the
button again to disable it.
After you complete an input, tap
.
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1.7 Inserting a SD/MMC Card
Your device has a SD/MMC slot where you can insert an optional Secure Digital
or MultiMediaCard storage card. It supports up to 2GB storage card.
To use a SD/MMC card, insert it into the slot, with the connector pointing to the
slot and its label facing the front of the device.
To remove a card, first make sure that no application is accessing the card, then
slightly push the top edge of the card to release it and pull it out of the slot.
NOTE:
Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot.
Keep a SD or MMC card in a well-protected box to avoid dust and humidity when you are
not using it.
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Audio
2.1 Starting and Exiting Audio
Audio features:
Playback of MP3/WAV/WMA files
Basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, next and previous
Playback includes single selection playback, repeat, single repeat, sampling
playback, normal sequence and random sequence.
11 preset equalizer audio profiles
Play list support
Background playback
Lyrics display
Tap Audio on the Home screen to start the program.
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The control panel appears on the screen where you can easily control the player by
tapping the control buttons.
To exit the program, tap
.
2.2 Preparing the Audio Files for Your Device
Before using the program, have the files (.mp3, .wav, or .wma) ready on either
your device’s My Flash Disk\My Audio folder or on a storage card.
A tool called MioTransfer is supplied for you to easily copy the files from your
computer to the correct location. (See section 9.3 for information.)
2.3 Playing Audio Files
1. If your files are in a storage card, insert the card into your device.
2. Tap Audio on the Home screen to start the program.
3. The program will search for the supported audio files in your device and in the
storage card. When files are detected, they will be added to the play list.
NOTE: You can create your own play lists for future playback. (See section 2.6 for details.)
4. To start the playback, tap
buttons as described later.
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. To control the playback, use the control
The information area displays the current status including the play/pause/stop
status, the elapsed time, the power status, the playback mode, the volume
level, and the properties of the current song such as the artist (if available with
the file), filename, total length, and stereo/mono information.
NOTE:
During the playback, the screen backlight will automatically shut off if you haven’t tapped
the screen within the preset time (30 seconds by default).The backlight will restore when
you press the power button or when the playback of the current play list has ended.
If the total length of a song exceeds 99 minutes and 59 seconds, the information area
cannot correctly display the length because the maximum number allowed is 99:59.
However, the playback of the song is not affected.
2.4 Playback Controls
Control Button
Name
Description
Play/Pause
Plays or pauses the playback.
Stop
Stops the playback.
Previous/
Next
Plays the previous or next file.
Volume
Increase or decrease the volume.
The indicator on the panel shows the current
volume level.
You can tap on a point along the track bar to move
directly to a different location for the playback.
/
/
/
Track Bar
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Control Button
Name
Playback
Mode
Description
Switches to the next mode:
Repeated playback of the current file.
Repeated playback of all files in the current play
list in sequence.
Playback of all files in the current play list in
random order.
Sampling (10 seconds) playback of all files in the
current play list in random order.
Playback of all files in the current play list in
sequence.
Lyrics
Minimize
Play List
Opens the play list. (See section 2.6 for more
information.)
Equalizer
Opens the equalizer panel.
(See section 2.7 for more information.)
Settings
Opens the Settings screen for setting up power
saving mode and accessing help. (See section 2.8
for more information.)
Closes the program and returns to the Home
screen.
Exit
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Opens the lyrics display. Available only if the
current song is with lyrics. (See section 2.5 for
more information.)
Minimizes the control panel and play the music in
the background.
2.5 Displaying Lyrics
The program allows you to display the real-time lyrics on the screen while playing
songs. This feature is especially handy for you to sing along with the songs.
Preparing the Lyrics Files for your Device
To display the lyrics, you need to have the lyrics files (.lrc) ready on your device’s
\My Flash Disk\My Audio\Lyric\ folder or the \Lyric\ folder on your storage
card.
NOTE: You can search and download these .lrc files from the Internet.
Use MioTransfer to copy the lyrics to the correct location of your device. (See
section 9.3 for information.) When copying a lyric file to your device, be sure to
use the same filename as the audio file. For example, if a MP3 file is named My
Love.mp3, the lyrics filename must be My Love.lrc.
NOTE: When playing songs with lyrics, the 30s backlight shut off feature will be disabled.
Playing Songs with Lyrics
The
button is available when you’re playing a song with lyrics. Tap this
button to view the lyrics.
As the song plays, the lyrics scroll line by line on the screen, with the current line
highlighted by a different color. The background image changes in turn at a
specific time interval.
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To close the lyrics screen and go back to the control panel, tap anywhere on the
screen.
2.6 Using the Play Lists
You can create your own play lists for future use.
Creating a Play List
1. Tap
on the control panel to open the play list screen. The screen shows
the current play list.
Back
Play the
selected file.
Save the play list.
Add song
Remove the selected
song from the list or from
the storage media.
2. To add a song to the play list, tap
Open the list of play lists.
Clear all songs from the current
play list. (No files are deleted.)
.
3. A screen appears displaying all the audio files. Tap the song(s) you wish to
add and then tap
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.
Back
Add the selected song(s)
to the play list.
4. To save the play list, tap
Add all songs to the
play list.
.
5. The keyboard screen appears where you can change the default name of the
when finished.
play list. Rename the play list if you want. Tap
6. To return to the control panel, tap
.
Opening a Play List
To open one of the play lists that you have created:
1. Tap
2. Tap
on the control panel.
to display all the play lists you have created.
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3. Tap the play list you want to open and tap
.
Back
Rename the
selected play list.
Open the selected play list.
Delete the
selected play list.
4. To return to the control panel, tap
Delete all play lists.
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2.7 Equalizer
The program provides 11 preset audio profiles. Tap
panel.
to open the equalizer
Tap
or
to cycle through the available options: Default, Rock, Pop,
Jazz, Classical, Dance, Heavy, Disco, Soft, 3D and Hall.
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Tap
to save your selection and return to the control panel.
To select the Default profile, tap
.
2.8 Settings
Tap
on the control panel. The Settings screen appears.
Help
NOTE: To know the function of each button, you can tap
. Then tap the button on the
list to display a description line on the right side of the screen.
Tap the check box (√) to turn on the power saving mode. Tap the up/down button
to set the timer to 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, or 5 minutes. During the
playback, the screen backlight will automatically shut off if you haven’t tapped
the screen within the preset time (30 seconds by default).The backlight will
restore when you press the power button or when the playback of the current play
list has ended.
Tap
to save any changes you have made.
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3
Pictures
3.1 Starting and Exiting Pictures
Pictures allows you to view pictures in JPG, JPEG, and BMP formats and view
the slideshow of the pictures on your device.
Tap Pictures on the Home screen o start the program.
To exit the program, tap
.
3.2 Preparing the Pictures for Your Device
Before using the program, have the files (.jpg, .jpeg, or .bmp) ready on either your
device’s My Flash Disk\My Pictures folder or on a storage card.
NOTE: The Pictures program does not support the display of BMP files in 32-bit and above
color depth formats.
A tool called MioTransfer is supplied for you to easily copy the files from your
computer to the correct location. (See section 9.3 for information.)
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3.3 Viewing Pictures in Thumbnail View
1. If your files are in a storage card, insert the card into your device.
2. Tap Pictures on the Home screen o start the program.
3. The program will search the matching files in the specific folder on your
device and in all folders on a storage card. It then displays the pictures in the
thumbnail view. You can press the Up or Down arrow button to go to next or
previous page.
Up
A frame indicates
the picture is
selected.
Down
Selected file/
Total number of files
Exit
Open the selected
picture.
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Delete the selected picture.
Start the slideshow.
3.4 Viewing a Picture in Full Screen
When you tap a picture twice in the thumbnail view, the picture is displayed in full
screen. Or, you can tap a picture and then tap
.
Previous
Next
To go back to the thumbnail view, tap anywhere on the screen to display the
control buttons and then tap
.
3.5 On-Screen Control Buttons
On-screen control buttons provide various functions and settings. Tap anywhere
on the picture to display the buttons as shown below. To close the buttons, tap the
picture again.
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Control
Button
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Name
Description
Slideshow
Starts the slideshow. (See section 3.6 for detailed
information.)
Interval
Sets the length of time each slide is displayed before
moving on to the next slide. Tap the button to switch to the
next available option.
1 second
3 seconds
5 seconds
Information
Enables or disables the displaying of the name and date of
the file.
Delete
Deletes the current picture.
Zoom
Tap the button as many times as needed to zoom in to 1.2x,
1.5x, 1.8x, or 2.0x. When you have zoomed in the picture,
you can drag the picture to view other parts of the picture.
Back
Goes back to the thumbnail view.
3.6 Viewing the Slideshow
To view the slideshow of all your pictures, use one of the following ways:
When in the thumbnail view, tap
to start the slideshow.
When in full screen, tap anywhere on the picture to display the on-screen
control buttons. Then tap
to start the slideshow.
To stop the slideshow, tap anywhere on the screen.
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Contacts
4.1 Starting and Exiting Contacts
Contacts allows you to keep a list of names, addresses, and phone numbers.
NOTE: If you have created Microsoft Outlook Contacts information on your computer, you
can copy the information to your device. (See section 9.4 for information.)
Tap Contacts on the Home screen to start the program. The contacts list appears.
↓
To exit the program, tap
.
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4.2 Using the Contacts List
After starting Contacts, the contacts list appears. It shows the names and phone
numbers (mobile phone numbers by default) of your contacts.
You can use the various buttons on the screen to search a contact, navigate to the
address of a contact, call a contact, and so on.
Tap one of the alphabet sets to
quickly find a contact.
Tap twice to display
the summary screen
of a contact.
Exit
Navigate to the address of
the selected contact.
Delete the selected contact
Edit the selected contact.
Call the selected contact.
Add a contact.
NOTE: If you have transferred the phone book from a Bluetooth mobile phone to your device
(as described in section 5.3), the contacts will also appear in the list.
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4.3 Using the Summary Screen
In the contact list, tapping a contact twice displays the summary screen of the
contact.
Tap to scroll through the
entry fields.
Back
4.4 Navigating to a Contact’s Address
You can set a contact’s address as your GPS navigation destination.
1. Tap the Contacts button on the Home screen to start the program.
2. In the contact list, select the desired contact and tap
3. Tap
to select the home address or
.
to select the work address.
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4. The navigation program starts. (See the document supplied with the
navigation software for more information.)
4.5 Making a Phone Call to a Contact
1. Connect your device with a Bluetooth mobile phone as described in section
5.2.
2. Tap the Contacts button on the Home screen to start the program.
3. In the contact list, select the desired contact and tap
.
NOTE: The call button is available for use only when a Bluetooth mobile phone is connected.
4. Tap
to call the home number,
mobile phone number.
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the work number, or
the
4.6 Managing Contacts
Adding a Contact
1. Tap the Contacts button on the Home screen to start the program.
2. Tap
.
3. Tap an entry field twice. Or, tap a field and then tap
appears.
.The soft keyboard
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4. Use the soft keyboard to enter the information in the field and tap
.
5. Enter the information in other fields such as address and phone number fields.
You will need to scroll down to see all available fields.
NOTE: When entering the address, the soft keyboard guides you through different parts of
the address including country, city, street, and house number. After entering a part, tap
to proceed to the next part.
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6. Tap
save the contact’s information and return to the contact list.
Editing a Contact
To modify a contact’s information:
1. In the contact list, tap the contact twice to open the summary screen.
- or In the contact list, tap the contact and then tap
.
2. Tap twice the field you want to edit and use the soft keyboard to edit. If you
want to clear a field, tap the field and then tap
.
3. Tap
to save the changes.
Deleting a Contact
In the contact list, select the contact you want to delete and tap
.
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5
Bluetooth
5.1 About Bluetooth Profiles
Your device incorporates Bluetooth wireless communications technology.
Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information over a distance of
about 10 meters (30 feet) without requiring a physical connection.
Your device supports Bluetooth profiles as below:
Hands-free Profile (HFP)
Allows your device to serve as a hands-free device for a Bluetooth mobile
phone. You can tap your device to place and receive phone calls instead of
picking up the mobile phone, and can use the built-in speakers and
microphone for your conversation.
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
NOTE:
Not all Bluetooth devices support all profiles. Check the document of a Bluetooth device to
know its Bluetooth capabilities.
By default, the Bluetooth radio is on when the device power is on. When necessary, you
can turn off the Bluetooth radio on your device. (See section 8.8 for information on
Bluetooth settings.)
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5.2 Connecting a Bluetooth Mobile Phone
Connecting a Mobile Phone for the First Time
NOTE: This chapter tells you how to initiate the Bluetooth connection from your device. If you
want to initiate the Bluetooth connection from a Bluetooth mobile phone, make sure that your
device is in discoverable mode. (See section 8.8 for information.)
1. Make sure that the Bluetooth mobile phone is in discoverable mode.
2. Tap Mobile Phone on the Home screen.
3. The program will search for nearby Bluetooth mobile phones if this is the first
time you try to connect a mobile phone.
NOTE: If no device is detected, the screen shows the shortcut menu. (See the shortcut
descriptions later in this section.)
4. The search result will show on the screen. Tap the mobile phone you want to
connect.
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5. Tap the soft keyboard to enter the passkey (within 16 characters).
6. Enter the same passkey on your Bluetooth mobile phone so that the
connection can be established. Depending on the mobile phone model, you
may need to select the hands-free service to complete the connection.
7. When the connection is completed, a message will appear on the screen. Tap
Yes.
8. The shortcut menu appears with the name of the connected device on top of
the screen. A check mark indicates that the device is connected. Tap Back to
display the Mobile Phone main menu.
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9. In the Mobile Phone main menu, you can place phone calls by tapping buttons
on the screen. (See section 5.3 for information.)
10. You can tap Back to minimize the screen and use other functions of the device.
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Connecting a Different Mobile Phone
To connect a mobile phone that is not already in the shortcut list:
1. If you are in the Mobile Phone main menu, tap Connect to Phone.
2. In the shortcut menu, tap Find Others.
Using the Mobile Phone Shortcut
Once a Bluetooth connection has been established, the shortcut will be saved.
When you next tap the Mobile Phone button on the Home screen, the program will
try to connect the last paired mobile phone.
You can also tap a particular shortcut button in the shortcut menu to connect the
particular mobile phone.
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Delete the selected shortcut.
NOTE:
All shortcuts will be cleared if you shut down the device.
The program can save up to 15 shortcuts. A 16th shortcut will replace the oldest one.
Disconnecting the Mobile Phone
Tap the connected device in the shortcut menu and tap Disconnect when the
message appears asking you to select your operation.
5.3 Phone Operations
Placing a Call
After pairing with a mobile phone (as described in section 5.2), you can place a
call with the onscreen keypad, phone book, or call history.
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Dial
By tapping the Dial button in the Mobile Phone main menu, you can enter the
telephone number with the onscreen keypad. After entering the telephone number,
tap
to place the call.
NOTE:
International calls require a country code to be included in the phone number. On your
device, the country code is separated from the rest of the number sequence by a plus (+)
sign. If you are making an international call, tap and hold the 0 key until the + sign appears.
To delete the last digit entered, tap the Backspace button. Tap and hold the button for
about 1 second will clear the entire number.
Phone Book
By tapping the Phonebook button on the Mobile Phone main menu, you can select
a phone number to call.
The program can display two types of phone books.
Local phone book
This is the phone book from the device’s Contacts program. (See Chapter 4.)
Remote phone book
This is the phone book downloaded from the mobile phone during the first
time connection. Depending on your mobile phone, this type of information
may not be downloadable.
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NOTE:
When a mobile phone different from the previous one is connected, a message will appear
asking if you want to replace the previous remote phone book with the current remote
phone book.
If you need to refresh the remote phone book, tap Get Phone Number to download the
phonebook from the mobile phone again.
This icon indicates a
contact from the mobile
phone’s phone book.
When a contact has more than one phone numbers, all numbers will appear in the
list with the letter “m” meaning mobile phone, “h” meaning home, and “w”
meaning work.
On the phonebook screen, tap the phone number to call.
NOTE: To remove the mobile phone’s phone book from your device, use Bluetooth settings
as described in section 8.8.
Call History
By tapping the Call History button on the Mobile Phone main menu, you can select
a recent phone number to call.
The program can display two types of call history.
Local call history
This is the call history from your device.
Remote call history
This is the call history from the connected mobile phone. Depending on your
mobile phone, this type of information may not be downloadable.
NOTE: When a mobile phone different from the previous one is connected, a message will
appear asking if you want to replace the previous remote call history with the current remote
call history.
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Save the selected phone number to
the Contacts program.
By default, the list shows the incoming, outgoing, and missed calls. You can filter
the calls by tapping Options.
NOTE: To clear the call history, use Bluetooth settings as described in section 8.8.
Receiving a Call
After pairing with a mobile phone (as described in section 5.2), your device will
ring and display the incoming call screen when there is an incoming call.
Answer
To accept the call, tap
Reject
. To reject the call, tap
.
NOTE: You can have the device automatically answer an incoming call. (See section 8.8.)
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Operations during a Call
During a phone call:
If you need to input other numbers, such as an extension number, tap Keyboard
to open the keypad and tap the digits.
Tap Mute to mute your sound so that the other party cannot hear you. To end
the mute mode, tap the button again.
Tap
to end the call.
Tap Voice to Phone to switch the call to your mobile phone. To transfer back,
tap the button again.
Tap Minimize to minimize the screen and to back to the previous screen.
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5.4 Connecting a Bluetooth Headset
Connecting a Headset for the First Time
1. Make sure that the headset to connect is a stereo Bluetooth headset.
2. Tap Stereo on the Home screen.
3. The program will search for nearby Bluetooth headsets if this is the first time
you try to connect a headset.
NOTE: If no device is detected, the screen shows the shortcut menu. (See the shortcut
descriptions later in this section.)
4. The search result will show on the screen. Tap the headset you want to
connect.
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5. Tap the soft keyboard to enter the passkey. (Check the headset manual for the
passkey.)
6. When the connection is completed, a message will appear on the screen. Tap
Yes.
7. The shortcut menu appears with the name of the connected device on top of
the screen. A check mark indicates that the device is connected.
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8. You can tap Back to go back to the Home screen.
Connecting a Different Headset
To connect a headset that is not already in the shortcut list, tap Find Others in the
shortcut menu.
Using the Headset Shortcut
Once a Bluetooth connection has been established, the shortcut will be saved.
When you next tap the Connect to Headset button on the Home screen, the program
will try to connect the last paired headset.
You can also tap a particular shortcut button to connect the particular headset.
Delete the selected shortcut.
NOTE:
All shortcuts will be cleared if you shut down the device.
The program can save up to 15 shortcuts. A 16th shortcut will replace the oldest one.
Disconnecting the Headset
Tap the connected device in the shortcut menu and tap Disconnect when the
message appears asking you to select your operation.
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6
Calculator
6.1 Starting and Exiting Calculator
Calculator provides three modes: Calculator, Currency, and Conversion. You
can use these modes to perform basic arithmetic, currency conversion, and
measure conversion functions.
Tap Tools on the Home screen and then tap Calculator to start the program.
↓
You will see the calculator screen. To switch to another mode, tap one of the
buttons at the top right corner of the screen.
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Switch to
Calculator mode.
Switch to Currency
mode.
Switch to Conversion
mode.
Exit
To exit the program, tap
.
6.2 Using the Calculator Mode
The Calculator mode allows you to perform any of the standard operations for
which you would normally use a handheld calculator.
If you are currently not in the Calculator mode, tap the
button.
Tap the numeric keypad to enter numbers and mathematical symbols. Then tap
button to generate the result.
the
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Calculator Memory
Memory indicator
Memory buttons
Button
Name
Memory Cancel
Description
Clears the value in memory.
Memory Recall
Shows the value in memory.
Memory Plus
Adds the current value to the value in memory.
Memory Minus
Subtracts the current value from the value in memory.
6.3 Using the Currency Mode
Use the Currency mode to perform the currency conversion. You can also edit the
exchange rate.
1. Start the Calculator program as described in section 6.1.
2. Tap
to switch to the Currency mode.
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3. Tap the down arrow next to the input field to display a list of currencies and
select the currency to convert from. When a currency is selected, the
abbreviation of the currency will be displayed on the upper left corner of the
input field.
Input field
Currency indicator
Currency scroll list
Tap to go to the
editing screen.
Scroll bar
4. Tap the down arrow next to the output field to display a list of currencies and
select the currency to convert to. When a currency is selected, the
abbreviation of the currency will be displayed on the upper left corner of the
output field.
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Output field
Currency indicator
Currency scroll list
Scroll bar
5. Enter the currency value in the input field by tapping the number buttons on
the numeric keypad. You can also perform basic arithmetic in the input field.
The converted currency immediately appears in the output field.
Input value
Output value
NOTE: The program uses the default exchange rates unless you change them. (See the
sub-section below for information.)
Editing Exchange Rate
Before performing the currency conversion, you can edit the exchange rate to the
most up-to-date one.
1. Tap
on the Calculator screen.
2. Select the source and target currency.
3. Tap
.
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4. Enter the exchange rate and tap
to the previous screen.
to save the changes and go back
6.4 Using the Conversion Mode
The Conversion mode allows you to convert measures from one unit to another.
1. Start the Calculator program as described in section 6.1.
2. Tap
to switch to the Conversion mode.
3. Tap the measure button to display a scroll list of measures. Select the desired
measure from the list.
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4. Tap the down arrow next to the input field to display a list of units and select
the unit to convert from. When a unit is selected, the abbreviation of the unit
will be displayed on the upper left corner of the input field.
Input field
Unit indicator
Unit scroll list
5. Tap the down arrow next to the output field to display a list of units and select
the unit to convert to. When a unit is selected, the abbreviation of the unit will
be displayed on the upper left corner of the output field.
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Output field
Unit indicator
Unit scroll list
6. Enter the value in the input field by tapping the number buttons on the
numeric keypad. You can also perform basic arithmetic in the input field.
The converted value immediately appears in the output field.
Input value
Output value
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7
File Manager
7.1 Starting and Exiting File Manager
File Manager allows you to transfer multimedia files between your device and a
storage card.
Tap Tools on the Home screen and then tap File Manager to start the program.
↓
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The File Manager screen shows specific folders of your device in the left column
and the folder(s)/file(s) of the storage card, if inserted, in the right column.
NOTE: The left column shows only “specific” folders in the My Flash Disk of your device.
“Specific” folders refer to pre-defined data folders for multimedia programs (such as My
Audio folder for the Audio program). Other folders are not accessible within the File Manager
program.
To exit the program, tap
.
7.2 Transferring Files
From the Storage Card to Your Device
1. Insert the storage card.
2. Tap Tools on the Home screen and then tap File Manager to start the program.
By default, the first folder of your device’s My Flash Disk is highlighted.
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3. To select the target folder, tap twice the folder in the left column to open it.
Or, tap the folder and then tap
to open the folder.
4. If the source file is in a folder of the storage card, tap twice the folder in the
right column to open the folder. Or, tap the folder and then tap
the folder.
to open
.
If you want to select all folders, tap
5. Select your source file by tapping it in the right column.
If you want to select all files, tap
.
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NOTE: To go up one level, tap
6. Tap
.
to copy the selected file to the target folder.
From Your Device to the Storage Card
Use the same method as described in the previous sub-section to copy files from
your device to the storage card except that the direction is from the left column to
(
) the right column.
7.3 Managing Folders and Files
In addition to copying files, File Manager provides the below functions:
Rename
Changes the name of the selected folder/file.
Delete
Deletes the selected folder/file.
New Folder
Creates a new folder in the selected folder.
NOTE: You cannot rename or delete the pre-defined folders of your device. You cannot
create new folders in the root level of your device.
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8
Settings
8.1 Starting and Exiting Settings
You can customize the system settings such as backlight brightness, volume, and
language. Once you change the settings, the new settings will remain until you
change them again.
Tap the Settings button on the Home screen. The Settings menu appears as shown
below.
↓
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To exit Settings, tap
.
The following sections describe the various buttons and their functions.
8.2 Backlight
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Backlight button.
3. Move the knob along the track bar to adjust the brightness of the backlight. To
darken the backlight, move the knob to the left. To lighten the backlight,
move the knob to the right.
4. Tap
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to save the changes.
8.3 Volume
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Volume button.
3. Move the knob along the track bar to adjust the volume. To decrease the
volume, move the knob to the left. To increase the volume, move the knob to
the right.
4. Tap
save the changes.
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8.4 Screen
You can calibrate the touch screen if it is not responding accurately to your taps.
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Screen button.
3. Tap
to start the calibration.
4. Tap and hold the centre of the target.
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5. When the target moves to another position, tap and hold the centre of the new
target. Repeat each time to complete the calibration process.
6. When completed, tap
.
8.5 Power
To check the remaining power level of your battery and/or set up the power saving
feature:
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Power button.
3. The screen shows the remaining power of your battery.
You can set a timer to automatically turn off your device when it is idle for a
set period of time. The options include Never, 30 minutes, 20 minutes, and
10 minutes.
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4. Tap
to save the changes.
8.6 Date/Time
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Date/Time button.
3. To change the time zone, tap the arrow in the “Time Zone” item.
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4. To change the date, tap the down arrow in the “Date” item. A calendar pops
up. Tap the left arrow on the calendar to go to the earlier month and year or the
right arrow to the later month and year. Alternatively, you can tap the month
or year on top of the calendar to directly change the month or year.
When the calendar shows the current month, tap the date on the calendar.
5. To set the time, first tap the hour, minute, or second in the “Time” item and
then tap the up arrow to increase or down arrow to decrease the value.
6. Tap
to save the changes.
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8.7 Language
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Language button.
3. Tap the up/down arrow button to select the desired language.
4. Tap
5. Tap the
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to save the changes.
button for the new setting to take effect.
8.8 Bluetooth
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Bluetooth button.
3. The “Bluetooth Settings” screen contains 3 buttons as described below.
4. After you complete your settings in a screen, tap Done.
5. Tap Back to go back to the Settings screen.
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BT Preferences
C520
The setting items in the “BT preferences” screen are:
Name
Tap twice this field if you want to rename the Bluetooth device name. A soft
keyboard appears for you to enter the new name.
Enable Bluetooth
The Bluetooth radio is on when this item is checked. Uncheck this item if you
want to turn off the Bluetooth radio.
Discoverable Bluetooth
Check this item to make your device discoverable for other Bluetooth devices.
You can check this item only if the previous item is enabled.
Auto-answer Preferences
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You can specify how soon your device automatically answers an incoming call. If
you want to manually answer a call, select Never.
Delete Preferences
Whenever you want to delete particular data as listed below, check the
corresponding item(s) in the “Delete preferences” screen.
Phonebook (phone number)
Empty call history
A message will appear on the screen asking if you want to permanently delete the
data. Tap OK.
8.9 Restore
To restore the settings to factory default values:
1. Tap the Settings button on the Home screen.
2. Tap the Restore button.
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3. Tap
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MioTransfer
9.1 Installing MioTransfer
MioTransfer allows you to easily transfer data such as MP3 and photos between
your device and a computer. To install MioTransfer to your computer:
1. Turn on your computer and insert the supplied CD/DVD into the
CD/DVD-ROM drive of your computer.
2. When the language selecting screen appears, click the language that you wish
to install from.
3. Click Install MioTransfer.
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4. Click Next. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
NOTE: If MioTransfer has already been installed on your computer, clicking Install
MioTransfer will remove the application from your system.
9.2 Starting and Exiting MioTransfer
Click MioTransfer icon on the Windows Desktop to start the program. The
MioTransfer screen appears.
It provides the following tools:
Audio
Allows you to transfer the audio files between your device and your
computer. (See section 9.3 for details.)
Pictures
Allows you to transfer pictures between your device and your computer. (See
section 9.3 for details.)
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Contacts
Allows you to copy the Microsoft Outlook Contacts information from your
computer to your device. (See section 9.4 for details.)
Mio Online
Provides link to the Mio website.
To exit MioTransfer, click Exit at the bottom right corner of the screen.
CAUTION: Before disconnecting the cable, you must click the device icon in the task bar and
click “Safely remove xxx” (where xxx is the name of your device). If you are transferring data,
disconnecting the cable without following the correct removal procedure can result in data
loss.
9.3 Copying Multimedia Files to Your Device
Before playing multimedia files such as MP3 files, you need to have the files
ready on your device. Use MioTransfer to copy the files from your computer to
the correct location on your device.
1. If you want to copy files to a storage card, insert the card to your device.
2. Turn on your computer and your device.
3. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and
the other end to a USB port on your computer.
4. Start MioTransfer by clicking MioTransfer icon on the Windows Desktop. The
MioTransfer screen appears.
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5. Select the type of file to copy:
To copy audio files, click Audio on the top menu bar.
To copy photos or pictures, click Pictures on the top menu bar.
The left column shows the drives of your computer and the right column
shows the files in the appropriate folder of the target device (either
or
).
Target
Device
6. Select your target device by clicking one of the icons:
- the flash memory of your device
- a storage card inserted into your device.
7. Select the folder where your audio or picture files are from the left column.
Select the file you want to copy and tap
. The status bar will indicate the
progress of file transfer and the selected file will be copied to the target
device.
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NOTE: You can also copy files from your device to your computer. First select the file you
want to copy from the right column and select a folder on the left column to place these files.
to start the file transfer.
Then click
Managing Files
Various buttons are available for you to manage the files:
Rename
Changes the name of the selected file.
Delete
Removes the selected file.
Cancel
Aborts the ongoing action of file transfer.
New Folder
Creates a new folder in the selected drive or folder.
9.4 Copying Contacts Information to Your Device
You can copy the Microsoft Outlook Contacts information from your computer to
your device using MioTransfer. This saves you the time for entering the
information all over again on your device or on your computer. (For information
on Contacts, see Chapter 4.)
1. Turn on your computer and your device.
2. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and
the other end to a USB port on your computer.
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3. Start MioTransfer by clicking MioTransfer icon on the Windows Desktop. The
MioTransfer screen appears.
4. Click Contacts on the top menu bar.
5. Select your option and click Apply.
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10
Troubleshooting and
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Maintenance
10.1 Restart and Shut Down
Occasionally, you may need to reset your device. For example, you should reset
your system when it stops responding; or appears to be “frozen” or “locked up.”
Restarting Your Device
To restart your device, press the power button for 5 seconds until the “Power Off
Selection” screen appears and then tap Restart.
Shutting Down Your Device
To shut down your device, press the power button for 5 seconds until the “Power
Off Selection” screen appears and then tap Shutdown.
Alternatively, you can press the power button for 10 seconds to directly shut down
the device. This is useful when a software failure prevents the “Power Off
Selection” screen from displaying.
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Shutting down puts the device in a deep sleep state. The device will close all
running programs before shutting down. To use the device again, press the power
button for 5 seconds. The Home screen appears.
10.2 Troubleshooting
NOTE: If you encounter a problem you cannot solve, contact an authorized service center for
assistance.
Power Problems
Power does not turn on when using battery power
The remaining battery power may be too low to run your device. Charge the
battery.
Screen Problems
Screen responds slowly
Make sure that your device is not running out of battery power. If the problem
still exists, reset your system.
Screen freezes
Reset your system.
Screen is hard to read
Make sure that the backlight of the display is on.
Move to a location with more light.
Inaccurate response to taps
Recalibrate the touch screen.
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Connection Problems
Cable Connection Problems
Make sure that your device and your computer are both turned on before
trying to establish a connection.
Make sure that the cable is securely plugged into the USB port on your
computer and on the device. Connect the USB cable directly to your
computer—do not run the cable through a USB hub.
Reset your device before connecting the cable. Always disconnect your
device before you restart your computer.
GPS Problems
When there are no valid signals available, consider the following:
Make sure that the device is facing a clear view of the sky.
Note that the GPS reception can be affected by:
Bad weather
Dense overhead obstacles (e.g. trees and tall buildings)
Other wireless device in the car
Reflective car window tint and heated screens.
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10.3 Maintaining Your Device
Taking good care of your device will ensure trouble-free operation and reduce the
risk of damage to your device.
Keep your device away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures.
Avoid exposing your device to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for
extended periods of time.
Do not place anything on top of your device or drop objects on your device.
Do not drop your device or subject it to severe shock.
Do not subject your device to sudden and severe temperature changes. This
could cause moisture condensation inside the unit, which could damage your
device. In the event of moisture condensation, allow the device to dry out
completely before use.
Take care not to sit on the device. We advise not to carry the device in one’s
back pocket for that reason.
The screen surface can easily be scratched. Avoid touching it with sharp
objects. Non-adhesive generic screen protectors designed specifically for use
on portable devices with LCD panels may be used to help protect the screen
from minor scratches.
Never clean your device with it powered on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water to wipe the screen and the exterior of your device.
Do not use paper towels to clean the screen.
Never attempt to disassemble, repair or make any modifications to your
device. Disassembly, modification or any attempt at repair could cause
damage to your device and even bodily injury or property damage and will
void any warranty.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the
same compartment as your device, its parts or accessories.
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11
Regulatory Information
NOTE: Marking labels located on the exterior of your device indicate the regulations that
your model complies with. Please check the marking labels on your device and refer to the
corresponding statements in this chapter. Some notices apply to specific models only.
11.1 Regulations Statements
European Notice
Products with the CE marking comply with Radio & Telecommunication
Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE) (1999/5/EEC), the Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC) – as amended by Directive 93/68/ECC - issued by the Commission
of the European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European
Standards:
EN301489-1: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM),
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services;
Part 1: Common technical requirements
EN301489-3: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM),
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services;
Part 3: Specific conditions for Short-Range Devices (SRD) operating on
frequencies between 9 kHz and 40 GHz
EN55022: Radio disturbance characteristics
EN55024: Immunity characteristics
EN6100-3-2: Limits for harmonic current emissions
EN6100-3-3: Limitation of voltage fluctuation and flicker in low-voltage supply
system
EN60950 / IEC 60950: Product Safety
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The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for modifications made by the User
and the consequences thereof, which may alter the conformity of the product with
the CE Marking.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth QD ID B012565
11.2 Safety Precautions
Prolonged listening of music in maximum volume can damage the ears.
The use of headphones other than those recommended/supplied can cause
hearing impairment due to excessive sound pressure.
About Charging
Use only the charger supplied with your device. Use of another type will
result in malfunction and/or danger.
This product is intended to be supplied by a LISTED Power Unit marked with
“LPS”, “Limited Power Source” and output rated + 5 V dc / 1.0 A”.
Use a specified charger approved by the manufacturer.
About the AC Adapter
Do not use the adapter in a high moisture environment. Never touch the
adapter when your hands or feet are wet.
Allow adequate ventilation around the adapter when using it to operate the
device or charge the battery. Do not cover the AC adapter with paper or other
objects that will reduce cooling. Do not use the AC adapter while it is inside a
carrying case.
Connect the adapter to a proper power source. The voltage requirements are
found on the product case and/or packaging.
Do not use the adapter if the cord becomes damaged.
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Do not attempt to service the unit. There are no serviceable parts inside.
Replace the unit if it is damaged or exposed to excess moisture.
About the Battery
Use a specified battery in the equipment.
CAUTION: This unit contains a non-replaceable internal Lithium Ion battery. The battery can
burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. To reduce the risk of fire or burns, do not
disassemble, crush, puncture, or dispose of in fire or water.
Important instructions (for service personnel only)
Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
The battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Use the battery only in the specified equipment.
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