Aluratek ADMPF412F Digital Photo Frame User Manual

8” / 10.2” / 12” Digital Photo Frame
Instructional Manual
aluratek.com
ADMPF108F / ADPF310F / ADMPF412F
mnl M10128 / M10111 / M10156
Copyright © 2010 Aluratek, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Table of Contents
Frame Control Close-up .........................................................................................................................
Remote Control Close-up .......................................................................................................................
Package Contents ...................................................................................................................................
Getting Started ........................................................................................................................................
Operations
Main Menu ..........................................................................................................................................
Transferring Files from your PC/Mac to the Frame’s Internal Memory ...............................................
Managing Files in the Digital Frame’s Internal Memory .....................................................................
Photo Function
Setup a Photo Slideshow ...................................................................................................................
Browse Mode......................................................................................................................................
Photo Set-up ......................................................................................................................................
Video Function
Playing Videos ....................................................................................................................................
Video Set-up .......................................................................................................................................
Music Function
Playing Music .....................................................................................................................................
Music Set-up ......................................................................................................................................
Calendar Function
Calendar Set-up ................................................................................................................................
Viewing the Calendar .........................................................................................................................
Technical Support ....................................................................................................................................
Radio and TV Interference Statement .....................................................................................................
Warranty ..................................................................................................................................................
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Frame Control Close-Up
1Power On / Off (Hold until power turns on or off)
2 - Menu
(a) Press to return to previous screen
(b) Press & hold to return to Main Menu
3 - ►║ Play / Pause
(a) Press to select option on Main Menu
(b) Press to pause slideshow, music or video
4 - ▲ Up Arrow
(a) Press to navigate UP when selecting options
(b) Press to select Previous file (Photo & Music mode)
(c) Press & hold to Fast Forward
5 - ▼ Down Arrow
(a) Press to navigate DOWN when selecting options
(b) Press to select Next file (Photo & Music mode)
(c) Press & hold to Scan Backward
6 - ◄ Left Arrow
(a) Press to navigate LEFT when selecting options
(b) Press & hold to lower volume
7 - ► Right Arrow
(a) Press to navigate RIGHT when selection options
(b) Press & hold to increase volume
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MENU
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Remote Control Close-Up
1Power On/Off
(a) Press & hold until power turns on or off
2 - Menu
(a) Press to return to previous screen
(b) Press & hold to return to Main Menu
3 - ►║ Play/Pause
(a) Press to select option on Main Menu
(b) Press to pause slideshow, music or video
(c) Press & hold for Setup Menu
4 - ▲ Up Arrow
(a) Press to navigate UP when selecting options
(b) Press to select Previous file (Photo & Music mode)
(c) Press & hold to Fast Forward
5 - ▼ Down Arrow
(a) Press to navigate DOWN when selecting options
(b) Press to select Next file (Photo & Music mode)
(c) Press & hold to Scan Backward
6 - ◄ Left Arrow
(a) Press to navigate LEFT when selecting options
(b) Press & hold to lower volume
(c) Press & hold to adjust photo
7 - ► Right Arrow
(a) Press to navigate RIGHT when selection options
(b) Press & hold to increase volume
(c) Press & hold to adjust photo
8 - Picture viewing mode
9 - Set-up menu
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MODE
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Package Contents
Your order has been carefully packaged and inspected. The following should be included in
your package. Please inspect the contents of the package to ensure that you have received
all items and that nothing has been damaged. If you discover a problem, please contact us
immediately for assistance.
• Digital Photo Frame
• Remote Control
• USB 2.0 Cable (Type A to mini-B)
• Power Adapter
• Instructional Manual
• Warranty / Registration Card
Getting Started
• Remove the protective film covering the LCD.
• Remove the plastic insulator from the battery on the remote control.
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Operating Instructions
Main Menu
• Turn on the digital frame by pressing and holding the power button until the Aluratek
startup screen is displayed.
• The On-screen Display (OSD) will show the Main Menu. Each icon represents the various
functions available on the device: My Favorite, Explorer, Photo, Video, Music, Calendar,
Others, Setup and User’s Guide.
• Browse the different functions using the ◄ or ► arrow buttons and select a function by
pressing the ►║ button.
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Operating Instructions
Transferring Files from your PC/Mac to the Frame’s Internal Memory
• A USB cable is included with your digital frame to connect it to your PC/Mac. Connect
the small connector to your digital frame and the larger connector to your PC/Mac.
• Once connected, the frame will display “Connecting with PC!”. On a PC, the frame’s
internal memory will appear as a removable drive when viewed in “My Computer”.
On a Mac, the frame will appear as a drive icon on the desktop.
• Copy your photo, video and music files from your PC/Mac into the icon representing
the frame’s internal memory. When finished disconnect the USB cable from the PC
Mac. (Note: For a Mac, eject the drive icon before disconnecting the USB cable.)
• The frame will return to normal operation once it is disconnected from your PC / Mac.
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Operating Instructions
Managing Files in the Digital Frame’s Internal Memory
• Determine the source of the photo, video and music files you wish to copy to the
digital frame’s internal memory by highlighting either the SD or USB storage options
from the Explorer.
• A list of the files or folders contained on the storage source will be displayed. Browse
the files using the ▲ or ▼ arrow buttons. If photos are contained in a folder, press the
►║ button to open the folder.
• You may copy an individual file or a folder to the internal memory by press and hold
the ►║ arrow button and select “Copy”. Select “OK” when the “Copy to…” dialog
box appears.
• To delete a file or folder, simply browse to it and press and hold the ►║ arrow button
and select “Delete”. Select “Yes” when the “Delete Files?” dialog box appears.
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Photo Function
Setup a Photo Slideshow
• Navigate to the Photo function using the ◄ or ►arrow buttons and press the Play
Pause button.
• Select the source of the photos you wish to present in the slideshow by selecting
MEMORY (Internal Memory), SD and USB storage options and pressing the ►║ button.
• To begin your slideshow, press the Slideshow button on the remote control. You can
also start the slideshow by press the ►║ button in the thumb nail view.
• During slideshow, press and hold the ►║ button. This will provide you with the various
options to customize your slideshow. Browse the options using the ▲ or ▼ arrow
buttons. You may browse the features of each option using the ◄ or ►arrow buttons.
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Photo Function
Browse Mode
• Browse mode is a feature that allows you to view a single photo and adjust how it is
displayed on the screen.
• While a slideshow is playing, press the ►║ button to enter Browse mode. This will
freeze the photo currently displayed and allow you to adjust it.
• To exit Browse mode, press the Menu button.
Photo Setup
• In either Browse or Slideshow mode, you can enter the Photo Setup menu by pressing
and holding the ►║ button.
• To exit, press the Menu button.
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Video Function
Playing Videos
• Navigate to the Video function using the ◄ or ►arrow buttons and press the Play
Pause button.
• Select the source of the photos you wish to present in the slideshow by selecting
MEMORY (Internal Memory), SD and USB storage options and pressing the ►║ button.
• Select the video that you wish to view and press the ►║ button.
• To skip to the next video, press the ▼ arrow button. To skip to the previous video, press the
▲ arrow button. Adjust the volume of the video playing using the ◄ or ► arrow buttons.
• To exit, press the Menu button
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Video Function
Video Setup
• To customize how videos are played back, press & hold the ►║ button while a video is
playing until you get the Video Setup menu. You may also access the Video Setup menu
by selecting Setup in the Main Menu. Browse the options using the ▲ or ▼ arrow
buttons. You may browse the features of each option using the ◄ or ►arrow buttons.
• To exit, press the Menu button
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Music Function
Playing Music
• Navigate to the Music function using the ◄ or ►arrow buttons and press the Play
Pause button.
• Select the source of the photos you wish to present in the slideshow by selecting
MEMORY (Internal Memory), SD and USB storage options and pressing the ►║ button.
• Select the song that you wish to view and press the ►║ button.
• To skip to the next song, press the ▼ arrow button. To skip to the previous song, press
the ▲ arrow button.
• Adjust the volume of the song playing using the ◄ or ►arrow buttons.
• To exit, press the Menu button
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Music Function
Music Setup
• To customize how music played back, press & hold the ►║ button while a song is
playing until you get the Music Setup menu. You may also access the Music Setup
menu by selecting Setup in the Main Menu. Browse the Music Setup options using
the ▲ or ▼ arrow buttons. You may browse the features of each option using the ◄
or ►arrow buttons.
• To exit, press the Menu button
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Calendar Function
Calendar Setup
• To configure custom settings for the Calendar, select the Setup function in the Main
Menu. Then navigate to Calendar & Timer Setup using the ▲ or ▼ arrow buttons and
press the ► button. The screen will display options available for how the Calendar is
viewed.
• Navigate the Setup options using the ▲ or ▼ arrow buttons and browse each option’s
features with the ◄ or ►arrow buttons. The Calendar Setup options will allow you to
customize how the Calendar and Clock is displayed, set the date and time, and confiure
the Alarm Clock.
• To exit, press the Menu button
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Calendar Function
Viewing the Calendar
• To view the Calendar, select Others then Calendar function in the Main Menu and press
the ►║ button. The screen will display the Calendar and Digital Clock.
• To view the next Calendar month, press ▲ arrow button. To view the previous Calendar
month, press the ▼ arrow button.
• To exit, press the Menu button
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Technical Support
If you need further assistance, please contact Aluratek support department prior to returning
this device.
E-mail: support@aluratek.com
Web: www.aluratek.com/support
Local (Irvine, CA): 949-419-6504
Toll free: 1-866-580-1978
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Radio and TV Interference Statement
WARNING!!! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of 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 a residential installation
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction, 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 whatever measures may be required to
correct the interference.
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Warranty
Aluratek warrants this product against defect in material or workmanship for 120 Days from the
date of purchase.
This warranty becomes invalid if the factory-supplied serial number or “warranty void” sticker has
been removed or altered on the product.
This warranty does not cover:
A) Cosmetic damage or damage due to acts of God
B) Accident, misuse, abuse, negligence or modification of any part of the product.
C) Damage due to improper operation or maintenance, connection to improper equipment,
or attempted repair by anyone other than Aluratek.
D) Products sold AS IS or WITH FAULTS.
IN NO EVENT SHALL ALURATEK’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT
FROM DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING
FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, IT’S ACCOMPANYING SOFTWARE, OR IT’S DOCUMENTATION.
Aluratek makes no warranty or representation, expressed, implied, or statutory, with respect to it’s
products, contents or use of this documentation and all accompanying software, and specifically
disclaims it’s quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. Aluratek
reserves the right to revise or update it’s product, software or documentation without obligation to
notify any individual or entity.
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