Philips SA3CNT08K User manual

Philips SA3CNT08K User manual
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User manual
Contents
1 Important safety information
General maintenance
2 Your new device
What's in the box
Files loaded on the device
Overview
Controls
Home screen
3 Get started
Charge power
Switch the device on or off
Select USB connection modes
4 Basics
Find applications
pull-down list
Use the power control widget
Use the music widget
Rotate the screen
Lock/ unlock the screen
Customize the Home screen
Add items
Rearrange items
Text entry
Select options for text entry
Use Google Pinyin to enter text
Use QQ input to enter text
Use the Android keyboard to
enter text
Edit text
6 Applications
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Install applications
HiMarket
Other sources
Manage applications
7 Music
Browse the music library
Play music
Select play options
Select sound options
Switch between the play screen
and lists of options
Playlists
Add songs to a playlist
Rename a playlist
Remove a song from the playlist
Delete a playlist
8 Gallery
Connect to the Internet
Connect to your PC
Connect to Bluetooth
Connect with Bluetooth devices
Bluetooth
Listen to music through stereo
Bluetooth headphones
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Browse the library
Play videos
Select play options
Select sound options
Play pictures
Crop pictures
Set a picture as wallpaper
Delete pictures
9 FM radio
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Tune in to radio stations
Auto tune
Manual tune
Store preset stations
10 Browser
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Add a bookmark
5 Connections
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11 Email
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Set up your email account
Check your email messages
Check one combined mailbox
Check messages by account
Check starred messages
Check unread messages
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Compose email messages
Organize email messages
12 Folder view
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13 Calendar
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14 Recordings
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Voice recordings
FM radio recording
Play recordings
Share recordings
15 Alarm clock
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16 Calculator
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networks
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Install secure credentials
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Set up your Microsoft Exchange account 39
Add VPN
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Applications
Unknown sources
Manage applications
Running services
Battery use
Accounts & Sync
Privacy
Storage
Language & keyboard
Select language
User dictionary
Android keyboard
Voice output
Accessibility
Date & time
Automatic setting
Manual setting
Information
Philips
Registration
Upgrade
20 Technical data
PC system requirements
18 Settings
Airplane mode
Wi-Fi settings
Add Wi-Fi network
Advanced settings
Bluetooth settings
Tethering
VPN settings
Sound
Display
G-sensor calibration
Location & security
Use wireless networks
Set up screen unlock
Visible password
Select device administrators
Credential storage
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Need help?
Please visit www.philips.com/welcome where
you can access a full set of supporting materials
such as user manual, the latest software updates
and answers to frequently asked questions.
1 Important safety
information
Replacement parts/accessories:
Visit www.philips.com/support to order
replacement parts/accessories.
Hearing Safety
General maintenance
The translation of this document is for
reference only.
In the event of any inconsistency between the
English version and the translated version, the
English version shall prevail.
Caution
# To avoid damage or malfunction:
# Do not expose the product to excessive heat caused
by heating equipment or direct sunlight.
# Do not drop the product or allow objects to fall on
your player.
# Do not allow the product to be submerged in
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water. Do not expose headphone socket or battery
compartment to water, as water entering the set may
cause major damage.
Active mobile phones in the vicinity may cause
interference.
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responsible for any loss of data if the product becomes
damaged or not readable / legible.
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the supplied music software to avoid problems.
Do not use any cleaning agents containing alcohol,
ammonia, benzene, or abrasives as these may harm the
product.
About operating and storage temperatures
# Operate in a place where temperature is
always between 0 and 35ºC (32 to 95ºF)
# Store in a place where temperature is
always between -20 and 45ºC (-4 to
113ºF).
# Battery life may be shortened in low
temperature conditions.
Listen at a moderate volume:
Using headphones at a high volume can impair
your hearing. This product can produce sounds
in decibel ranges that may cause hearing loss for
a normal person, even for exposure less than
a minute. The higher decibel ranges are offered
for those that may have already experienced
some hearing loss.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing
'comfort level' adapts to higher volumes of
sound. So after prolonged listening, what sounds
'normal' can actually be loud and harmful to
your hearing. To guard against this, set your
volume to a safe level before your hearing
adapts and leave it there.
To establish a safe volume level:
Set your volume control at a low setting.
Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it
comfortably and clearly, without distortion.
Listen for reasonable periods of time:
Prolonged exposure to sound, even at normally
'safe' levels, can also cause hearing loss.
Be sure to use your equipment reasonably and
take appropriate breaks.
Be sure to observe the following guidelines
when using your headphones.
Listen at reasonable volumes for reasonable
periods of time.
Be careful not to adjust the volume as your
hearing adapts.
Do not turn up the volume so high that you
can’t hear what’s around you.
You should use caution or temporarily
discontinue use in potentially hazardous
situations.
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Do not use headphones while operating a
motorized vehicle, cycling, skateboarding, etc.; it
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manufacturer may void user's authority to
operate the product.
Copyright information
All other brands and product names are
trademarks of their respective companies or
organizations.
Unauthorized duplication of any recordings
whether downloaded from the Internet or
made from audio CDs is a violation of copyright
laws and international treaties.
The making of unauthorized copies of copyprotected material, including computer
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recordings, may be an infringement of
copyrights and constitute a criminal offense.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
The Windows Media and the Windows logo are
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
in the United States and/or other countries.
Be responsible! Respect copyrights.
Philips respects the intellectual property of
others, and we ask our users to do the same.
Multimedia content on the internet may have
been created and/or distributed without the
original copyright owner's authorization.
Copying or distributing unauthorized content
may violate copyright laws in various countries
including yours.
Compliance with copyright laws remains your
responsibility.
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The recording and transfer to the portable
player of video streams downloaded to your
computer is intended only for use with public
domain or properly licensed content. You
may only use such content for your private,
non-commercial use and shall respect eventual
copyright instructions provided by the copyright
owner of the work. Such instruction may
state that no further copies shall be made.
Video streams may include copy protection
technology that prohibits further copying. For
such situations the recording function will not
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Data logging
Philips is committed to improving the quality
of your product and enhancing the Philips user
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this device, this device logs some info / data to
the non-volatile memory region of the device.
These data are used to identify and detect
any failures or problems you as a user may
experience while using the device. The data
stored, for example, will be the duration of
playback in music mode, duration of playback
in turner mode, how many times battery low
was encountered, etc. The data stored do not
reveal the content or media used on the device
or the source of downloads. The data stored on
the device are retrieved and used ONLY if the
user returns the device to the Philips service
center and ONLY to simplify error detection
and prevention. The data stored shall be made
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This product is partly based on Open Source
software. The license text, acknowledgment,
and written offer can be retrieved from
the device under
> Information > Legal
information.
© 2009, Xiph.Org Foundation
Redistribution and use in source and binary
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permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
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Redistributions of source code must retain
the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
# Redistributions in binary form must
reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/
or other materials provided with the
distribution.
# Neither the name of the Xiph.
org Foundation nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse
or promote products derived from this
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permission.
This software is provided by the copyright
holders and contributors "as is" and any express
or implied warranties, including, but not limited
to, the implied warranties of merchantability and
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In no event shall the foundation or contributors
be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental,
special, exemplary, or consequential damages
(including, but not limited to, procurement of
substitute goods or services; loss of use, data,
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caused and on any theory of liability, whether
in contract, strict liability, or tort (including
negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out
of the use of this software, even if advised of
the possibility of such damage
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2 Your new device
What's in the box
Overview
Controls
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Make sure that you have received the following
items:
Connect
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a
Earphones
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a
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# Press and hold: switch on or off the
device.
# Press: lock/unlock the screen; To unlock
the screen, drag the slider on the
screen.
b
# 3.5 mm-headphone connector
USB cable
c MIC
# Microphone
d
# USB connector for power charging and
data transfer
Quick start guide
Philips GoGear audio player
Quick start guide
e
# Back one level
Note
# The images serve as reference only. Philips reserves the
# Press: unlock the screen; To unlock the
screen, drag the slider on the screen.
# Press: return to the Home screen.
# Press and hold: display applications that
you have launched recently.
right to change color/design without notice.
# Show options menu
Files loaded on the device
X;Connect:
# User manual
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f RESET
# Press the hole by using the tip of a
ball pen when the screen does not
respond to the pressing of keys.
g Touch screen
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# Press: increase/decrease the volume.
# Press and hold: increase/decrease fast.
i Speaker
Tecent Weibo: Social networking service
QQ browser
Tudou: Online video service
QIYI: Online video service
weibo: Social networking service
Home screen
Sina: News portal
From the Home screen, tap the icons to access
applications.
Sina Music: Online music service
Applications: List all applications in
alphabetical order.
Videos/ pictures: Play videos/ pictures from
.
HiMarket: Download different applications,
games, and others.
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the device, install applications, and manage
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Settings: Customize the settings of
Connect
Music: Play music from the music player
application
Gallery: View pictures and videos that you
store on Connect.
Radio: Play the FM radio.
Recordings: Make and play sound
recordings.
Browser: Browse Web pages.
Email: Set up your email account on the
device.
Calendar: Sync your calendar, add events,
and set reminders for your events.
Alarm clock: Set the alarm clock.
Calculator
Over the Internet, enjoy the online services
through the applications.
QQ: Social networking service
QQ Music: Online music service
QQ Reader: Online book service
QQ Live: Online video service
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3 Get started
Select USB connection modes
Switch on the device and connect it to a PC. A
pop-up screen is displayed for you to select a
connection mode:
Charge power
Connect has a built-in battery that can be
charged through the USB port of a computer.
By using the USB cable, connect the device to
a PC.
Switch the device on or off
Press and hold
device.
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to switch on or off the
Charge only mode
By default, the device is connected to a PC in
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can play when you charge power.
# Press
or
to exit the pop-up
screen.
USB storage mode
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the device, select the USB storage mode. When
you switch on the USB storage mode, you
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# On the pop-up screen, tap Turn on
USB storage or Turn off USB storage.
4 Basics
Find applications
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application:
# Swipe left/ right to select a page;
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Alternatively, tap to open the list of
applications that are sorted in alphabetical
order. Swipe up/ down to scroll through
the list. Tap to close the list.
Use the status bar and
At the top of the screen, event icons are
displayed. Drag down the bar to learn about
the details.
Battery fully charged
Empty battery
Connected to a Wi-Fi network
Open Wi-Fi network available. To get
< > Wireless &
networks > , and tap to
select .
Airplane mode on: Access to Wi-Fi and
Bluetooth disabled
Mounted onto the computer through the
USB connector.
Bluetooth on
Connected to another Bluetooth device
To go back to previous screens,
# Press
repeatedly.
To return to the Home screen,
# Press .
Application updates available in the
HiMarket
Application downloaded successfully
Tap the icon to start installation.
Data sync in progress
Email received
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Calendar reminder on
Alarm clock set and switched on
Use the power control
widget
Widgets allow you to access functions quickly
on the Home screen.
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the power control widget. Tap the icon to
switch on or off the functions.
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Use the music widget
On the Home screen, use the music widget to
do the following:
# Go to the music library of
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# Control the music play in .
Tap the bar to go to the music library of
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Tap to pause/resume play.
Tap to skip songs;
Hold to search within current song.
a Power saver
# Switches off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or turn
down the screen brightness when the
battery is low.
b Screen brightness control
# Changes the brightness of the screen.
c Bluetooth on/ off
# Switches on or off the Bluetooth
function.
d # Switches on or off the Wi-Fi function.
e # Searches for available Wi-Fi networks.
Connects to a selected network.
To conserve battery power and increase the
play time, do the following on the device:
# Use the power control widget to
switch off the functions when they are
unnecessary;
# Set the screen-off timer to a low
value (go to > Display > Screen
timeout).
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Rotate the screen
To select the landscape or portrait view,
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Make sure that you have switched on
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> Display.
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Rotate the screen left/ right.
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Lock/ unlock the screen
2
Tap and hold a space until the pop-up
screen is displayed.
» A list of options is displayed on the
pop-up screen.
3
Tap your options.
» The shortcut, widget, wallpaper, or
other item is added to the selected
page.
By locking the screen, you can lock all the
touch controls on the screen. Thus, undesired
operations are prevented.
Auto lock
After a time duration, the screen dims and is
locked automatically. To set the time duration,
go to
> Display > Screen timeout.
To lock the screen manually
# Press / .
To unlock the screen
1
Press / .
# Alternatively, press .
2
Drag the slider on the screen.
Add application icons
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Swipe left/ right to select a page.
# If necessary, press to return to the
Home screen.
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Customize the Home screen
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Tap
To access functions quickly from the Home
screen, you can add and rearrange items.
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Drag the icon to a space.
» The icon is added to the selected page.
to open the list of application icons.
Tap and hold an icon until the page is
displayed.
Add items
Rearrange items
Add widgets, shortcuts, wallpapers, or
other items
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Swipe left/ right to select a page.
# If necessary, press to return to the
Home screen.
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Delete items
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2
Tap and hold an item to unlock.
Drag the item to
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Relocate items
Text entry
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2
3
Tap and hold an item to unlock.
With the onscreen keyboard, you can enter
text in multiple languages.
1
Create a folder:
Drag the item to a space on the page.
Release the item.
» The item moves to the space.
a Hold a space on a page.
» A list of options is displayed on the
pop-up screen.
b Tap the options to create a folder.
» A folder is created on the page.
2
Drag icons to the folder:
a Hold an icon to unlock.
b Drag the icon to the folder.
3
To rename the folder:
a Tap to open the folder.
b Hold the folder name bar until the
onscreen keyboard is displayed.
c Enter the folder name.
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Select options for text entry
Select input methods
# Press and hold the text box until the
pop-screen is displayed.
» You can select the following input
methods:
Use Google Pinyin to enter text
Select the text entry mode
# On the keyboard, tap Ё᭛ / 㣅᭛ to
switch between Chinese Pinyin and
English input;
# Tap
to enter or exit the entry
mode for numbers/ symbols.
Tip
# On the numeric/symbol keyboard, tap
to switch
between numbers/symbols and more symbol choices.
To switch between upper and lower cases,
# Tap / to switch between and
.
»
: Letters you enter are in upper
case.
»
: Letters you enter are in lower
case.
To move to the next line
# Tap
.
To delete the entry before the cursor,
# Tap
.
Use QQ input to enter text
Android keyboard: for multiple languages other
than Chinese
QQ input: for Chinese input through
handwriting recognition, stroke, and Pinyin, and
English input
Google Pinyin: for Chinese Pinyin input and
English input
Select keyboard layout
To use a larger or smaller onscreen keyboard,
turn the device to the landscape or portrait
view.
Select the text entry mode
# Tap
to switch between the text
entry modes.
# Tap
to enter the entry mode for
numbers; Tap
to exit.
# Tap অ to enter the entry mode for
symbols; Tap
to exit.
# Tap
to hide the keypad.
Use the Android keyboard to enter
text
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Tap the text box to start text entry.
» The onscreen keyboard is displayed.
2
Tap keys to enter text.
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To select a word suggestion,
# Swipe left/ right to see more options;
Tap the selected option.
To select keyboard settings or input methods,
# On the onscreen keyboard, tap and
select Android keyboard settings.
2
On
, swipe left/ right to select a
language.
To switch between letters and numbers/
symbols,
# Tap
/
.
# To show on the on screen
keyboard, go to > Language &
keyboard > Android keyboard.Select
Show settings key.
To display word suggestions during your text
entry,
1
On the onscreen keyboard, tap
Android keyboard settings.
>
2
Select Show suggestions.
To switch between the selected input
languages,
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Add to the option list the languages that
you often use.
# On the onscreen keyboard, tap
> Android keyboard. Select Input
languages.
# Tap the checkbox to select languages.
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Tip
# On the numeric/symbol keyboard, tap
to switch
between numbers/symbols and more symbol choices.
To switch between upper and lower cases,
# Tap repeatedly to switch between
, , and .
»
: The next letter you enter is in
upper case.
»
: All letters you enter are in
upper case.
»
: All letters you enter are in
lower case.
To get more choices for letters and symbols,
# Tap and hold a letter or symbol button
until the pop-up screen is displayed.
2
Tap Select word.
» Current word is selected, with marks
for start and end positions.
# Tap Select all to select all the text.
3
Drag the marks to select or change the
start/ end positions.
Copy or cut the text
1
Tap and hold the selected text until the
pop-screen is displayed.
» In the pop-up screen, options are
displayed: Copy, Cut.
2
Tap Copy or Cut.
» The selected text is copied or cut.
Paste the text
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2
Put the cursor in a position.
Tap and hold the position until the popscreen is displayed.
» In the pop-up screen, the option Paste
is displayed.
» Tap Paste.The text is pasted in the
selected position.
To move to the next line,
# Tap
.
Edit text
You can cut, copy, and paste the text that you
have entered.
Select the text
1
Select the start position:
# Tap and hold the text until the popscreen is displayed.
» In the pop-up screen, options are
displayed: Select word, Select all.
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5 Connections
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Connect to the Internet
Connect Connect to a wireless router (Access
Point). You can connect Connect to the
network that is built around the router.
1
On the power control widget, tap
to
select your Wi-Fi settings.
» You see a list of Wi-Fi networks in
range, and previously connected
networks (if the networks are
remembered).
2
Connect Connect to a network:
# In the list of Wi-Fi networks, tap the
selected one;
# Enter the encryption key in the pop-up
text box.
Note
# Make sure that the router connects to the Internet
directly and no dial-up is required on the computer.
Note
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# Before you start a Wi-Fi connection, have the
encryption key to your router ready.
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From the Home screen, swipe left/ right to
select the power control widget.
2
Tap
to switch on the Wi-Fi function.
» The device starts connecting to the
previously connected network.
»
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is displayed in the status bar when
the Wi-Fi connection is completed
successfully.
the MAC address of Connect to the list of devices
‚(Xƒ„
MAC address, go to
> Information > Status on the
Home screen.
If you have disabled SSID broadcasting or hidden the
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enter the SSID or public name for the network. Go to
> >".
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is unavailable or disabled on the router, manually enter
the IP address of Connect (see 'Advanced settings' on
page 42).
Connect to your PC
Connect the device to a PC through the USB
cable. Do the following to transfer applications
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# In Windows Explorer, drag and drop
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PC to the device.
Connect with Bluetooth devices
You can connect Connect with Bluetooth
devices in the following ways:
# Connect another Bluetooth device;
# Get connected by another Bluetooth
device.
Tip
# Before the connection, consult the user manual of the
Bluetooth device to get its Bluetooth pairing passcode.
Or, try 0000 or 1234.
1
Connect the device to a PC by using the
USB cable.
# Make sure that you have switched on
the device.
2
On the device, switch on the USB storage:
# On the pop-up screen, tap Turn on
USB storage.
3
On the PC, under My Computer or
Computer,
# Connect;
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to the Connect.
Connect another Bluetooth device
1
On the Bluetooth device, make sure that
the device is discoverable by another
Bluetooth device.
# Consult the user manual of the
Bluetooth device for information.
2
On Connect, search for the Bluetooth
device:
# From the Home screen, tap >
Wireless & networks > Bluetooth
settings;
# If necessary, tap to switch on
Bluetooth;
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Note
# When you switch on the USB storage mode, you
»
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on the device, switch off the USB storage mode.
Connect to Bluetooth
Through Bluetooth, you can do the following
wirelessly on Connect:
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another connected Bluetooth device;
# Listen to music through stereo
Bluetooth headphones;
# Listen to music through Bluetooth
speakers.
is displayed on the status bar.
# Tap Scan for devices.
» The device is displayed under Scan
for devices after it is discovered.
3
Pair with the device:
# On Connect, tap the device, and enter
the passcode as prompted;
# On the device, enter the passcode as
prompted.
» A message is displayed when the
pairing is complete.
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Get connectedby another Bluetooth device
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Make sure that
# you have paired Connect with the
Bluetooth device;
# on Connectand Bluetooth device,
Bluetooth is on.
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Connect through Bluetooth.
» When Connect is connected to the
Bluetooth device,
is displayed on
the screen.
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On the Connect<`
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On Connect, make sure that Connect is
discoverable by another Bluetooth device:
# From the Home screen, tap >
Wireless & networks > Bluetooth
settings;
# If necessary, tap to switch on
Bluetooth;
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
# Tap Discoverable.
» Connect is discoverable for 120
seconds.
2
On the Bluetooth device, search for and
pair with Connect.
# For information about the steps,
consult the user manual of the
Bluetooth device.
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Bluetooth
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Make sure that
# you have paired Connect with the
Bluetooth device;
# on Connect and Bluetooth device,
Bluetooth is on.
2
On Connect<$`
# On the library or play screen, press
> Send via BT or Share. Select the
option for transfer via Bluetooth;
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# Tap the paired device to start sending.
» When Connect is connected
to the Bluetooth device,
is
displayed on the screen.
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Listen to music through stereo
Bluetooth headphones
Connect the stereo Bluetooth headphones
» Follow the steps under"Connect
another Bluetooth device".After
successful connection,
is
displayed .
» Next time you switch on
Bluetooth on the devices, the
Bluetooth connection is established
automatically.
Listen to music through the stereo Bluetooth
headphones
# Play music on the Connect.
» You listen to the music through the
connected Bluetooth headphones.
6 Applications
With applications, you can access functions,
services, and different audio/ video contents on
Connect.
Install applications
On Connect, you can install applications from
# the HiMarket over the Internet; or
# other sources, such as
other online sources,
the internal storage of the device.
Download/ transfer the applications
# To download the applications from
online sources, follow the onscreen
instructions;
# To transfer the application to the
internal memory, use the USB cable to
connect the device to your PC.
Start installation
# The downloaded applications start
installation automatically;
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transfer to the internal memory, go to
. Find the application and tap the
option to start installation.
Manage applications
HiMarket
Install applications from the HiMarket
From the Home screen, go to . You can
download and install applications and games.
1
In , search for an application as needed:
# Tap
for search by category;
# Tap
for keyword search.
2
Download the application:
# X(}(
» When the downloading is
complete, installation starts
automatically.
» …
the status. If necessary, tap the icon
to start installation as prompted.
You can manage the applications on the device,
for example, install/ uninstall applications, stop
running applications, or select other options.
1
From the Home screen, select Settings
> Applications > Manage applications:
# In Downloaded<
that you have downloaded from the
HiMarket or other sources.
# In Running<
are running on the device.
# In All<%
have installed on the device.
2
Tap an application.
» Options and information are displayed.
3
Tap to select an option.
Other sources
Allow the installation from unknown sources
# From the Home screen, go to
> Applications. Tap to switch on
Unknown sources.
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7 Music
Play music
Go to
to play music from the music library
on the device.
1
2
|
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(
1
2
Tap and hold the artist, album, or playlist.
Browse the music library
Find music by song information

%<
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title, or album.
Tap a song to start play.
To play the entire artist, album, or playlist,
On the pop-up screen, select Play.
» The play screen is displayed.
Select play options
On the play screen, tap icons to select play
options:
#
On the library screen, tap , , or
on the selector bar to sort the library as
needed.
» The music library is sorted by the song
information in alphabetical order.
» When you sort the library by album,
the available album art is displayed.
Find music by playlist
On the device, you can create a playlist for
songs that you want to play together.
# On the library screen, tap playlist as needed.
/
# Tap to pause/resume play.
/
# Tap to skip songs.
# Tap once or more to select repeat
options:
Repeat all: Tap to repeat all songs in
current folder.
Repeat one: Tap to repeat current song.
# Tap to play all songs in current folder
in random order.
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Select sound options
On the play screen, press
and select Sound
effects.
[FullSound]
# Restore the sonic details that music
compression loses (such as MP3, WMA).
[Sound Personalization]
# Drag the navigation button on the screen
to select sound settings.
Playlists
You can create a playlist for songs that you want
to play together.
Tip
# When you select one of [FullSound] and [Sound
Personalization], you switch off another.
Switch between the play screen and
lists of options
#
#
On the music library, tap the play bar at
the base to go to the play screen.
On the play screen, tap
to go to the list
of options at the upper level. To go back to
the music library, press
repeatedly.
Add songs to a playlist
1
On the music library, select an artist, album,
or song.
2
Tap and hold the artist, album, or song until
the pop-up screen is displayed. Tap Add to
playlist.
3
Select or create a playlist.
» The selected song, or all the songs
under an artist, or album are
added to the playlist.
Rename a playlist
1
2
Select a playlist.
3
Edit the name of the playlist.
» The playlist is renamed.
Tap and hold the playlist until the pop-up
screen is displayed. Tap Rename.
» The onscreen keyboard is displayed.
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Remove a song from the playlist
1
2
In a playlist, select or play a song.
Tap and hold the song until the pop-up
screen is displayed. Tap Remove from
playlist.
» The selected song is removed from the
playlist.
Delete a playlist
1
2
Select a playlist.
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Tap and hold the playlist until the pop-up
screen is displayed. Tap Delete.
» The playlist is deleted.
8 Gallery
Go to or to play:
# videos/ pictures that you store on the
device.
Browse the library
1
From the Home screen, go to .
» Pictures and videos folders are
displayed.
2
Tap a folder.
» Pictures and videos in the folder are
displayed.
To browse through the pictures or videos,
# Swipe left/ right on the screen; or
# Tap the buttons 1 to move to the
pictures or videos on the previous or
next page.
To list pictures or videos as thumbnails or in
stacks by date,
# Drag the button 2.
To go to the main menu of Gallery,
# Tap the button 3.
Play videos
1
2
c
|
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(
Tap a video to start play.
» The play screen is displayed.
Select play options
On the play screen, tap icons to select play
options:
/
b
Tap to pause/resume play.
Hold to search backward or forward.
Alternatively, drag the progress bar to
search within the video.
Select sound options
Select sound settings
# On the play screen, press
deselect Surround Sound.
to select/
Play pictures
a
# Tap a picture to start play.
» The play screen is displayed.
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1
Play a picture (see 'Play pictures' on page
25).
2
On the play screen, tap the onscreen
button Menu and select More.
3
Tap Crop.
» A cropping frame is displayed.
4
Within the cropping frame, select an area
that you want to keep:
# Swipe left/ right to select the area;
# To enlarge/ reduce the area in
proportion, drag a corner of the frame;
# To enlarge/ reduce the area as needed,
drag the edges of the frame.
5
Tap Save.
» You save the cropped version.
To select play options on the play screen,
# If necessary, tap the screen to display
the onscreen buttons.
,
Tap to start slideshow. You can play
pictures one by one.
Tap to zoom out or in the picture.
Set a picture as wallpaper
To rotate the picture,
1
2
On the play screen, tap the onscreen
button Menu and select More.
» A pop-up list of options is displayed.
Tap Rotate Left or Rotate Right.
You can set a picture as the wallpaper of the
Home screen.
1
Play a picture (see 'Play pictures' on page
25).
2
On the play screen, tap the onscreen
button Menu and select More.
3
4
Tap Set as and select Wallpaper.
Crop the picture as prompted.
Delete pictures
Crop pictures
By cropping a picture, you can reduce its size.
Edit or crop a picture when:
# you share the picture through email,
Bluetooth, or social networking
services; or
# you set the picture as wallpaper.
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1
Play a picture (see 'Play pictures' on page
25).
2
On the play screen, tap the onscreen
button Menu and select Delete.
» You delete current picture.
9 FM radio
Note
# Always plug in the supplied headphones when tuning
into radio stations. The headphones double as antenna.
For better reception, move the headphone cable in
different directions.
Tune in to radio stations
Tip
# When you move to a new place (such as a new city or
Auto tune
1
From the Home screen, go to .
» The last played station starts to play.
# #+
radio, auto tune starts automatically.
» Up to 20 available stations are
stored as presets. Tap to play a
preset station.
2
3
4
Rotate the screen to landscape or portrait
view:
# Landscape view: radio play screen
# Portrait view: list of presets
On the radio play screen, to select a preset
station,
# swipe left/ right to switch to next/
previous preset station;
# alternatively, tap to go to the list of
presets.
To mute/ unmute the radio,
# tap
/
on the radio play screen.
country), restart auto tune for better reception.
and select Auto tune.
# To restart auto tune, press
Manual tune
Use Manual tune to tune into a frequency or
station.
1
From the Home screen, go to .
» The last played station starts to
play.
2
On the radio play screen, swipe left/ right
on the frequency bar.
» You tune in to the next available
station from current frequency.
Store preset stations
On Connect, you can store up to 20 preset
stations.
1
2
Tune in to a radio station.
On the radio play screen, press
and
select Save preset.
» The preset station is displayed on the
list of presets.
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Drag the preset to a selected location.
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10 Browser
With
, you can browse Web pages.
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
3
4
Enter a web address.
.
Tap the text box to start text entry.
» The onscreen keyboard is displayed.
On the onscreen keyboard, tap Go.
To open a new web page,
# On the screen of web page, press
and
select New window.
» You can go to another Web page.
To switch between screens
1
On the screen of web page, press
select Windows.
2
Tap the selected Web page.
and
Add a bookmark
Add a bookmark. You can quickly access a
visited Web page.
1
2
Go to a Web page.
3
Edit the name and web address.
» A bookmark is added to the Web
page.
Press
, and select More > Add
bookmark.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
To go to a bookmarked Web page
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
.
Press
> Bookmarks to select a
bookmark.
» You go to the bookmarked Web page.
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To select your options for the accounts,
11 Email
On Connect, you can receive and send email as
you do on a computer. Do the following:
# Set up your email accounts on the
player.
1
On the screen of account list, tap and hold
an account.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
2
Tap Account settings.
Check your email messages
Set up your email account
On Connect, set up your email accounts in the
following ways:
# Set up your POP3 or IMAP mail
accounts, or
# Set up your Microsoft Exchange
account to access your Exchange
mailbox at work.
Set up your POP3/ IMAP account
1
2
From the Home screen, go to
.
Set up your email account:
# Enter the information about your
account;
# Select pop3 or IMAP account.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions to
complete the setup.
# Consult your email service provider
for the setup information, such as the
outgoing server, incoming server.
To add an account,
1
Go to the screen of account list:
# If necessary, press
repeatedly.
# Alternatively, press
and select
Accounts on the screen of mail list.
2
On the screen of account list, press
and select Add account.
To remove an account,
1
On the screen of account list, tap and hold
an account.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
2
Tap Remove account.
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You can check your email messages in the
following ways:
# Check one combined mailbox;
# Check messages by account;
# Check starred messages;
# Check unread messages.
Check one combined mailbox
From one combined mailbox, you can check
messages from different accounts.
1
2
From the Home screen, go to
.
On the screen of account list, tap
Combined Inbox.
# To go to the screen of account list,
press
repeatedly;
# Alternatively, press
and select
Accounts.
» Different colors are used to
mark the messages from different
accounts.
2
Tap Starred.
» Starred messages from all the accounts
are displayed.
To add star to a message,
# On the screen of mail list, tap the star
next to the message.
» For a starred message, the star is
selected.
Alternatively,
1
On the screen of mail list, tap the tick
boxes next to the messages.
» The tick boxes are selected.
2
Tap the option at the base of the screen.
Check unread messages
To switch to another folder,
You can check the messages in different folders,
such as Inbox, Sent, Drafts, and Outbox.
To check the unread messages,
# On the screen of mail list, the unread
messages are highlighted.
To mark the selected messages as read or
unread,
1
On the screen of mail list, press
select Folders.
1
2
Tap the selected folder.
and
Check messages by account
To check messages from a single account,
1
2
Go to the screen of account list:
# If necessary, press
repeatedly.
# Alternatively, press
and select
Accounts on the screen of mail list.
Tap the selected account.
» Messages from the account are
displayed.
On the screen of mail list, tap the tick
boxes next to the messages.
» The tick boxes are selected.
2 Tap the option at the base of the screen.
Alternatively,
1
On the screen of mail list, tap and hold a
message.
» An option list is displayed.
2
Tap the option to mark the message as
read or unread.
Compose email messages
To compose new messages,
Check starred messages
To check starred messages,
1
Go to the screen of account list:
# If necessary, press
repeatedly.
# Alternatively, press
and select
Accounts on the screen of mail list.
1
To select the account that you use to send
the message, go to the screen of account
list:
# If necessary, press
repeatedly.
# Alternatively, press
and select
Accounts on the screen of mail list.
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2
On the screen of mail list, press
and
select Compose.
» The screen is displayed for you to
compose a message.
3 To select options, press .
To reply to current message,
1
On the screen of mail list, tap to read the
selected message.
» The content of the message is
displayed.
2 Tap the option on the screen.
To forward current message,
# When you read a message, press
and select Forward.
To add your signature to your outgoing
messages,
1
On the screen of mail list, press
select Account settings.
2
To edit your signature, select Signature.
and
Organize email messages
To delete current message,
# When you read the message, tap the
onscreen button.
To delete the selected messages,
1
On the screen of mail list, tap the tick
boxes next to the messages.
» The tick boxes are selected.
2
Tap the option at the base of the screen.
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12 Folder view
3
On Connect, pair with a Bluetooth device:
# Tap Scan for devices
with the device.
# Alternatively, tap a paired device to
start sending.
» When Connect is connected
to the Bluetooth device,
is
displayed on the screen.
4
$<`
# }_
# (
With
<%
internal memory of the device.
From the Home screen, tap
(‡
%%;
Connect.
In
<%;`
# …{;;
memory.
#
$
1
;{;<
and select Delete.
» A list of checkboxes is displayed
K{;(
2
Tap the checkboxes to select or deselect
{;(
3
%<
prompted.
%
In
<%$(
1
;<
> Send
via BT.
» A list of checkboxes is displayed
K(
2
Tap the checkboxes to select or deselect
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13 Calendar
On the device, you can sync the calendar with:
# the calendar of your Microsoft
Exchange account (see 'Use the device
in corporate networks' on page 39).
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14 Recordings
From the Home screen, go to
play sound recordings.
to make and
Voice recordings
1
From the Home screen, go to .
» In the recordings library, existing
recordings are displayed.
2
3
Tap
to switch to the recording screen.
Make sure that the microphone is close to
the sound source to be recorded.
MIC
FM radio recording
4
1
2
3
Do the following to start, pause, or stop
recording.
Tap to start recording.
Tap to stop recording.
5
Tap
to switch to the recordings library.
4
From the Home screen, go to
.
Tune in to a radio station.
On the radio play screen, tap
.
» The recording screen is displayed.
Follow Step 4 and 5 under Voice
recording.
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Play recordings
1
From the Home screen, go to .
» In the recordings library, existing
recordings are displayed.
2
3
Tap a recording to start play.
Tap
/
to pause/resume play.
Share recordings
You can share recordings through the Internet
or Bluetooth.
1
Tap
to switch to the recordings library.
» In the recordings library, existing
recordings are displayed.
2
3
4
Press
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, and select Share.
Tap to select options.
Follow the onscreen instructions to send
(
15 Alarm clock
On the player, you can set alarms.
Set an alarm
1
Make sure that you have set the clock time
(see 'Date 47).
2
3
From the Home screen, tap
4
. Tap
.
To set an alarm clock,
# To add an alarm, tap Add alarm.
# To change an alarm, tap the preset
alarm time.
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Time
Ringtone
Repeat
Label
Set the alarm time.
Select the ringtone for the alarm,
silence, buzzer, or ringtone.
Select how the alarm repeats.
Add description for the alarm.
Switch an alarm on or off
> , tap the tick box next to
# In
the set alarm time.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
» When you switch on the alarm,
is displayed on the status bar.
Use the alarm
At the set alarm time, the alarm sounds and
%
(…
down the status bar to view the details.
# To interrupt the alarm, tap Snooze.
» The alarm sounds 10 minutes later.
# To stop the alarm, tap Dismiss.
» The alarm repeats at the next set
alarm time.
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16 Calculator
From the Home screen, tap
calculator.
1
to use the
Enter numbers and mathematic operators:
# Use the onscreen keyboard for entry;
# Swipe left to use more mathematic
functions.
2
Tap = to start calculation.
To clear entries,
1
Tap to put the cursor behind the entry
where you start to clear.
2
Tap CLEAR repeatedly.
# Entries before the cursor are cleared.
# To clear all the entries, tap and hold
CLEAR.
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17 Use the device
in corporate
networks
2
You can use Connect in corporate networks.
Install the secure credentials or security
;%
networks.
The access to corporate network may allow
you to set up your Microsoft Exchange account
and add VPN on the device. With the Microsoft
Exchange account, you can access your
exchange mailbox at work.
Set up your Microsoft
Exchange account
Install secure credentials
Ask your network administrator for secure
%(
To install the secure credentials,
1
%;;
secure credentials from the PC to the
device.
In , select Location & security > Use
secure credentials.
» On the device, you allow the
applications to use the secure
credentials.
1
2
From the Home screen, go to
3
Follow the onscreen instructions to
complete the setup.
# For the server address, enter the web
address for your Outlook web access,
for example, owa.company name.com
or mail. company name.com/owa.
# For other setup information, such as
domain name, user name, check with
your system administrator.
.
Set up your email account:
# Enter the information about your
account, and select Exchange as the
account type.
# If you have set up other email accounts,
press
and select Add account on
the screen of account list.
Note
# On Connect, make sure that the secure credentials are
saved to the root directory, instead of under a folder.
Note
# The device can work with Microsft Exchange 2003
and 2007.
2
Install the secure credentials:
# From the Home screen, go to >
Location & security > Install from
USB storage;
# X_
# Set the password and name for the
credentials as prompted.
To apply the secure credentials,
1
Make sure that you have set the password
to the credential storage.
# In , select Location & security > Set
password.
Add VPN
Virtual private network (VPN) allows you to
connect to private networks through secure
access.
Sometimes, you need VPN access to connect to
corporate networks.
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To add VPN on the device
1
Ask your network administrator for the
;(
2
From the Home screen, go to >
Wireless & networks > VPN settings >
Add VPN.
3
4
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1
Make sure that you have connected
Connect to the Internet.
2
From the Home screen, go to >
Wireless & networks > VPN settings.
» A list of VPNs is displayed.
3
Tap the VPN to start connection.
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Install the secure credentials as needed
(see 'Install secure credentials' on page 39).
To connect to the VPN,
18 Settings
Note
# If you have disabled SSID broadcasting or hidden the
From the Home screen, go to to select your
settings.
# Swipe up or down to scroll through
lists of options. Tap an option to select
it;
# Tap to go to the Home screen;
# Tap
to go to the previous screen.
Airplane mode
In Wireless & networks > Airplane mode,
disable or enable the access to Wi-Fi or
Bluetooth.
Switch on the airplane mode when:
# you need to disable the access to Wi-Fi
or Bluetooth for safety purposes, such
as on an airplane.
In Wireless & networks > ,
select your Wi-Fi settings on the device.
1
If necessary, tap .
» If the function is enabled, the tick box
is selected.
» You see a list of Wi-Fi networks in
range, and previously connected
networks (if the networks are
remembered).
2
Connect Connect to a network:
# In the list of Wi-Fi networks, tap the
selected one;
# In the pop-up text box, enter the
encryption key.
#
|+|…=;<%
enter the SSID or public name for the network.
|;…~}*+…%~}*=
is unavailable or disabled on the router, manually enter
the IP address of Connect (see 'Advanced settings' on
page 42).
#
$
# In Wireless & networks > settings, press
and select Scan.
Switch on . On the
status bar,
is displayed when an open Wi-Fi
network is available.
"
Enter SSID manually
|…+|=;
router. By the name, the router is recognized by
other Wi-Fi devices. If you have hidden the SSID
of the router (for example, disable the SSID
broadcasting), the router is invisible in the list of
available networks. To connect Connect to the
router, enter the SSID of the router manually
before you search for available networks on the
Connect.
1
In , select "
network.
2
Enter the SSID of the router.
» The Connect starts searching for the
network.
» ‡;
networks.
3
Connect Connect to the network.
»
is displayed in the status bar when
the Wi-Fi connection is completed
successfully.
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Advanced settings
IP address
Enter the IP address manually
1
2
In , press
and select
Advanced > Use static IP.
# If necessary, tap Use static IP to switch
on the function.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
In IP settings, assign an IP address manually.
# Enter an IP address that allows the
device to be in the same subnet
as the router. For example, if the
router has IP address: 192.168.1.1,
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.000; Then,
enter the following on the device: IP
address: 192.168.1.XX (where XX
denotes a number), Subnet mask:
255.255.255.000.
» The Connect starts connecting
to the networking by using the IP
address.
»
is displayed in the status bar
when the Wi-Fi connection is
completed successfully.
Note
# If the DHCP is available on the router, Auto IP is used
#
for Connect instead.
Make sure that you don't enter an IP address that is
already assigned to a computer/device on the network.
Other advanced settings
In some networking environment, select
advanced settings for Connect.
1
In , press
and select
Advanced.
# If necessary, tap Use static IP to switch
on the function.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
2
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Gateway,
Netmask
DNS1,
DNS2
Assign an IP address and subnet
mask for Connect on the
network. Make sure that you don't
enter an IP address that is already
assigned to a computer/device on
the network.
Fill in the gateway and netmask
of the network that Connect is
connected to.
DNS (Domain Name Service) is
provided by your Internet Service
Provider (ISP), or is the IP settings
of the router that connects to the
Internet.
Bluetooth settings
In
> Wireless & networks > Bluetooth
settings, manage your Bluetooth settings.
Bluetooth
# Tap Bluetooth to switch on/ off the
function.
Device name
By device name, the Connect is found on
another Bluetooth device during Bluetooth
pairing and connection.
1
2
In Device name, tap to show the text box.
Tap the text box to enter device name.
» The onscreen keyboard is displayed.
3 Enter the device name.
Discoverable
When Discoverable is on, Connect
isdiscoverable for some time on other
Bluetooth devices. Make Connect discoverable
when it is to be connected on another
Bluetooth device.
# Tap Discoverable to switch on or off
the function.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
» On another Bluetooth device, you
can scan for Connect.
» If the function is enabled, the tick box
is selected.
Tip
# To connect to Connect on a Bluetooth device, consult
the user manual of the Bluetooth device.
Scan for devices
To connect another Bluetooth device on
Connect, scan for the Bluetooth device on
Connect.
Tip
# Before the connection, consult the user manual of the
Bluetooth device to get its Bluetooth pairing passcode.
Or, try 0000 or 1234.
1
2
3
On the Bluetooth device, make sure
that the device is discoverable by other
Bluetooth devices.
# Consult the user manual of the
Bluetooth device for more information.
On Connect, tap Scan for devices to
search for the device.
» The device appears under Scan for
devices when it is discovered by
the Connect.
Connect the device on the Connect:
# On the Connect, tap the device to
start pairing:
# On the pop-up text box, enter the
passcode to the device.
» After successful connection,
is
displayed.
Tethering
With the tethering function, you can share the
internet connection of the device to a PC. Thus,
the device can work as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
1
*}<
;`{{(({
tether#usb.
2
On the device, select Wireless &
networks > Tethering.
3
Connect the device to the PC through the
USB cable.
» On the PC, a pop-up screen is
displayed for installation.
4
|
prompted (see Step 1).
5
On the device, connect to the Internet
through Wi-Fi.
» On the PC, you can share the internet
connection from the device.
VPN settings
Use VPN settings to access private networks,
such as corporate networks (see 'Use the
device in corporate networks' on page 39).
Sound
In Sound, select sound settings for your device.
Volume settings
Silent
mode
Volume
Mute or unmute sound output
except for media play or alarms.
Drag the slider to select the
volume level for media and alarm.
%
occurs. Drag down the status bar to see the
;;„(
ringtone
ringtone.
Key stroke feedback
Audible
selection
Screen lock
sounds
Sounds play when you tap on
the screen.
Sounds play when you lock/
unlock the screen.
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» You can allow or disallow your
*location information to be used
in online location services, such as
Maps, or other relevant services
and applications.
Display
In Display, select your display settings:
Brightness
Drag the slider to change the
display brightness.
" Switch on/ off the screen
screen
rotation between the landscape
and portrait views.
Animation
Select whether to show
animation when you open or
close screens.
Screen
After the selected time
timeout
duration, the screen switches
off automatically. To save battery
power, select a low value.
-;
The G sensor allows you to switch between the
landscape and portrait views on the Connect.
With the G sensor calibrated, Connect can
precisely response to the screen rotation, and
switch between the landscape and portrait
views.
1
Tap -%; to start
calibration.
2
Follow onscreen instructions to complete
calibration.
Tip
# *The location information is based on the IP address
that is assigned to the device in the Wi-Fi network.
Set up screen unlock
By default, to unlock the screen of Connect,
press / and then, drag the slider to open
the lock.
In Set up screen lock, you can set a pattern, pin,
or password as the unlock security. To unlock
the screen, such unlock security is required.
None
Pattern
PIN
Password
no unlock security is required.
Set a pattern as the unlock
security.
Set a PIN that consists of
numbers.
Set a password that consists of a
combination of numbers, letters,
and symbols.
Visible password
Location & security
Use wireless networks
# In Location & security, switch on or
off Use wireless networks.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
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Your password consists of several characters. To
make sure that you have entered the characters
correctly, show the characters as you type the
password. Switch Visible password on or off as
needed.
# Tap the tick box.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Select device administrators
Unknown sources
Applications in corporate networks require the
rights of device administrator, such as the email
and calendar under your Microsoft Exchange
account.
Before you uninstall such an application, disable
the rights of device administrator.
# In Select device administrator, tap an
application.
» The rights of device administrator are
disabled.
On Connect, you can install applications that
you download from , or from sources other
than .
# For the applications from sources
other than , tap Unknown sources
to allow installation on the Connect.
» You cannot sync data for the
application.
Manage applications
In Manage applications, manage the applications
on the device. You can install/ uninstall
applications, or select other options.
1
Find the applications:
# In Downloaded<
that you have downloaded from the
Market, or other sources.
# In Running<
are running on the device.
# In All<%
have installed on the device.
2
Tap an application.
» Options and information are displayed.
Credential storage
In wireless connections, you need the secure
credentials when:
# you access a web server that requires
login credentials, or you connect to
corporate networks.
In Location & security > Credential storage,
select the following options:
Use
secure
credentials
Install
from USB
storage
Set
password
Clear
storage
Allow the applications to use the
secure credentials. Make sure that
you have set the password to the
credential storage.
Install the secure credentials from
the device.
Set or change the password to
the credential storage.
Clear all the credentials and
the password to the credential
storage.
3 Tap to select an option.
To install applications that you transfer from
PCs through the USB cable,
1
2
From the Home screen, go to
.
Find the application and tap the option to
start installation.
Running services
In Running services, check the running services
on the device. If necessary, tap to stop a service.
Battery use
Applications
In Battery use, check the battery use by
applications.
In Applications, manage the applications you
installed on Connect.
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Accounts & Sync
In Accounts & sync, select how data are synced
in applications.
Background
data
"+
Manage
accounts
Sync data when the
applications are not running.
Sync data automatically as
scheduled.
Select accounts for auto sync
or sync in the background. Or,
sync the accounts manually.
Tip
# "+is disabled when you switch off Background
data.
Privacy
In Privacy > Factory data reset, you can erase
all the data that you have stored on the internal
memory of the player.
Storage
In Storage, learn the space information about
the internal memory of your Connect.
Language & keyboard
Select language
In Select language, select the language for the
onscreen instructions of Connect.
User dictionary
In User dictionary, add or remove words
or phrases to/ from the user dictionary. You
can customize the word suggestions that are
displayed on the pop-up screen during your
text entry on the Android keyboard.
To add a word or phrase,
# Press
to add a word or phrase.
To edit or delete a word or phrase,
1
Tap on the word or phrase.
» A pop-up screen is displayed.
2
Edit or delete the word or phrase.
Android keyboard
In Android keyboard, select your options for
the text entry through the onscreen keyboard.
# Tap the tick box to select the option.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Android keyboard settings
Sound on
key press
Popup on
key press
Touch to
correct
words
"
capitalization
Show
settings key
Voice input
Input
languages
Key sounds for each press on
the onscreen keyboard.
For the press on a key, pop-up
of the letter is displayed.
Underline the difference
between the words entered
and the words suggested.
X
sentence is capitalized.
Show or hide the settings key
in the Android keyboard.
Select where to locate the
voice input key , on the main
keyboard or symbols keyboard.
Select languages that you can
switch between during text
entry.
Word suggestion settings
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Common spelling errors are
corrected automatically.
Show
suggestions
Previously entered words are
displayed in the pop-up screen
during text entry.
"
complete
or punctuation to
Tap
select the highlighted word and
complete text entry.
Voice output
In Voice output, select your options for:
# voice output for the accessibility
function on the device.
Install voice data
Download from the Marketthe voice data for
speech synthesis.
1
2
Install the accessibility applications
# From the Market, download an
application, such as Talkback. Install the
application on your device.
Use the accessibility function
1
Select Accessibility.
» If the function is enabled, the tick box
is selected.
2
Select an accessibility application that you
have installed.
3
Select your options for voice output (see
'Voice output' on page 47).
Date & time
Connect the device to the Internet.
In #@, tap Install voice
data.
» Search for and download the voice
data.
Select your options for the voice output
1
2
In Language, select a language as needed.
3
Tap Listen to an example.
» Your options are used to play the
demo of speech synthesis.
Automatic setting
Over the Internet, you can sync the date and
time on Connect from Philips online services
(see 'Philips' on page 48).
To switch on the automatic clock setting,
1
In Date & time, tap to switch on
Automatic.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
2
In Select time zone, select your current
time zone.
3
In JZ\
and Select date
format, select your options for time and
date display.
In Speech rate, select a speed at which the
text is read, normal, fast, or slow.
Use your option for voice output
# Tap Always use my settings.
» If the function is enabled, the tick
box is selected.
Manual setting
Accessibility
With the accessibility function, actions on the
screen of the device are read out through
the text-to-speech technology, such as the
taps, selection of menu items. For people who
cannot read the screen clearly, the function
allows them to use the device in an easier way.
1
In Date & time, tap to switch off
Automatic.
» If the function is disabled, the tick box
is deselected.
2
Tap to set time, date, and time zone in Set
date, Set time zone, and Set time.
# To select the digits, tap or hold , .
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Information
Philips
In Information, learn the status and information
about your Connect.
On Connect, you can access Philips online
services over the Internet, such as registration,
<(
System
updates
Status
Battery
status
Battery level
"
address
Bluetooth
address
Up time
Battery use
Legal
information
Registration
ID
Model
number
Android
version
Build
number
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Check for the system updates
of Connect. Make sure that you
have connected the device to
the Internet.
Display power charging status.
Display remaining power by
percentage.
…%[
that is assigned to the network
adapter of Connect.
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enabled on your router, add
the MAC address of Connect
to the list of devices that are
allowed to join the network.
Display the Bluetooth address
of Connect when the Bluetooth
function is switched on.
Display how long the devicehas
been switched on.
Display the power consumption
by each running application.
Legal information for Connect
Display the registration ID that
you use to register Connect
with www.philips.com/welcome.
Model no. of Connect
Firmware version of the
Android platform that the
deviceis running on
Software version of Connect
Registration
RegisterConnect
To register Connect with www.philips.com/
welcome, use an email address as your account.
Then, complete the registration through the
Web page link that you received in the email.
1
Make sure that you have connected the
device to the Internet.
2
To register Connect,
# select Philips > [Registration] >
[Register];
# Enter your valid email address;
» You receive an email message from
[email protected]
# Use the Web page link in the email to
complete registration.
Check registration information
You can check whether you have registered
your Connect, whether you have completed
the registration, and what account you have
used for registration.
# Tap [Registration] > [Registration
information].
UnregisterConnect
To use another email address as your account
with www.philips.com/welcome, you can
unregister Connect.
1
2
Tap [Registration] > [UnRegister].
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Upgrade
1
Make sure that you have connected the
device to the Internet.
2
Tap [Upgrade].
» The device starts to check for the
(
» Downloading and installation of the
%(
Note
# 
;
update is complete.
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19 Check for
firmware update
If the Connect is connected to Wi-Fi, you can
(
Drag down the top status bar to check
(
‡;Connect on
the device.
J
device
On Connect<%
through Philips online services over the Internet
(see 'Upgrade' on page 49).
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20 Technical data
Power
# Power supply: 1,100 mAh Li-ion
polymer internal rechargeable battery
# Play time¹
Audio: 25 hours
Video: 5 hours
Display
# Type: LCD Touch-sensitive screen
# Diagonal screen size (inch): 3.2
# Resolution: 480 x 320 pixels (HVGA),
262K colors
# Aspect ratio: 3:2
Platform
# Android™ 2.3
Connectivity
# Headphone: 3.5 mm
# USB: 2.0 High speed
# Wireless LAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
# Bluetooth
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Bluetooth version: 2.1+EDR
Sound
# Channel separation: > 45 dB
# Frequency Response: 22 - 20,000 Hz
# Output power: 2 x 2.4 mW
# Signal to noise ratio: > 83 dB
Audio playback
Supported formats:
# WAV, MP3, WMA (unprotected),
Audible (.aax), AAC/. m4a
(unprotected), RealAudio (.ra, .ram),
OGG Vorbis, OGG Flac, APE, 3GPP,
AMR-NB (mono), AMR-WB (stereo),
MIDI (Type 0 and 1 (.mid, .xmf,.mxmf)),
RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl, .rtx), OTA (.ota),
and iMelody(.imy)
Audio capturing
AMR-NB
# Bitrate: 4.75 to 12.2 kbps
# Sampling rate: 8 kHz
# File supported : 3GPP (.3gp )
# Bitrate: 128 kbps
# Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz
# File format: MP3
Built-in microphone: mono
Video playback
Supported formats:
# WMV (.wmv, .avi), (unprotected),
MPEG-4 (.avi), MPEG-2, H.264 (3gpp,
.mp4), H.263 Sorrenson, On2/VP6, FLV
(supported for the Internet streaming)
Still picture playback
Supported formats:
# JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
FM radio
# Auto/ manual tuning
# 20 presets
Storage media
Built-in memory capacity²:
# SA3CNT08 8GB NAND Flash
# SA3CNT16 16GB NAND Flash
Preloaded applications
# HiMarket™, QQ, QQ Music, QQ reader,
QQ live, Tecent Weibo, QQ browser,
TuDou.com™, QIYI Video™, weibo.com™,
Sina™ Music, Sina™ News
# Search, Browser, Gallery, Music, Adobe
Reader, Email, Calendar, Clock
Note
# ‚(
# ¹ Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of
#
charge cycles. Battery life and number of charge cycles
vary by use and settings.
² 1GB = 1 billion bytes; available storage capacity is less.
Full memory capacity may not be available as some
memory is reserved for the device. Storage capacity
is based on 4 minutes per song and 128 kbps MP3
encoding.
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PC system requirements
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
Windows®XP (SP3 or above), Vista/7 (32bit, 64-bit)
Pentium III 800 MHz processor or higher
512 MB RAM
500 MB hard disk space
Internet connection
Windows® Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
USB port
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Specifications are subject to change without notice
© 2012 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
All rights reserved.
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