HP hx2100, iPAQ HX2000 Series Quick start guide

HP hx2100, iPAQ HX2000 Series Quick start guide
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© 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Microsoft, Windows, the Windows logo, Outlook, and ActiveSync are
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
HP iPAQ products are Powered by Windows MobileTM 2003 software for
the Pocket PC.
Getting started
HP iPAQ hx2000 series
First Edition (August 2004)
Document Part Number: 366425-021
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Contents
Getting started
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Sådan kommer du i gang
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Aan de slag
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Komme i gang
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Aloitusopas
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Komma igång
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Congratulations on purchasing an HP iPAQ Pocket PC. This
Getting started guide will help you set up your iPAQ Pocket PC
and familiarize you with how it works.
Do not connect the Pocket PC to your computer until you
have finished installing ActiveSync on your computer.
1. Install the battery
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2. Charge the Pocket PC
Do not connect the Pocket PC to the computer at this time.
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NOTE: It can take up to four hours to fully charge the battery.
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3. Power on
Press the Power button to turn on the unit.
4. Set up the device
When the Windows Mobile screen displays, lift the removable
flip cover, tap anywhere on the screen, then follow the on-screen
instructions until setup is complete.
5. Insert the Companion CD into the
computer
Insert the Companion CD into your computer. Click Start Here.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
The Setup Wizard installs:
■
ActiveSync 3.7.1 (or greater)
■
Microsoft Outlook
■
Other optional software applications
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6. Connect the Pocket PC to computer when
instructed by Setup Wizard on the
computer
7. Establish a partnership
Follow the on-screen ActiveSync instructions to establish a
connection between your Pocket PC and your computer.
Use ActiveSync to synchronize your calendar, tasks, contacts,
e-mail messages, and favorite Web content between the
Pocket PC and computer.
Click on the Microsoft ActiveSync icon on the computer desktop to view
Help Topics and the ActiveSync Troubleshooter.
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Helpful Hints
Power Saving
■ Leave your device connected to AC power at all times when
not using it.
■ Dim the backlight. On the Today screen, in the TodayPanel
Lite, use your stylus to adjust the Backlight Brightness
Level slider, located under the Light bulb icon, halfway
across to the middle position.
■ Turn off the backlight. On the Today screen, tap the Light
bulb icon > Battery Power tab; then set the backlight to turn
off soon after you stop using the device.
■ Leave the device set to turn off after not being used for a short
period of time. On the Today screen, tap the Battery icon >
Advanced tab. On battery power, set the device to power off
in the shortest acceptable time.
■ Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth power when not in use. Tap
Start > iPAQ Wireless > ALL OFF button.
■ Set the device to receive incoming infrared beams manually.
On the Today screen, in the TodayPanel Lite, tap the
Battery icon > Adjust beam settings to conserve power,
then uncheck Receive all incoming beams.
■ Assign a program button to turn off the screen display while
listening to music. Tap Start > Programs > Windows Media
> Tools > Settings > Buttons. From the Select Function
dropdown list, tap Screen Toggle. Press a program button
and tap OK. Then, when listening to music, press that
program button to turn off the screen display.
■ Tap Start > ActiveSync > Tools > Options > Mobile
Schedule tab. Select Manually for both Peak times and
Off-peak times. Selecting automatic synchronization can
cause your iPAQ Pocket PC to “wake up” regularly causing
your battery to drain.
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Fingerprint Reader (not available on all
models)
■ Maintain a firm, consistent pressure against the sensor when
swiping a finger. One way to do this is to press your thumb
against the bottom of the iPAQ Pocket PC while swiping your
index finger.
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For best results, refer to “How Do I Use the Fingerprint
Reader on my Pocket PC?” in the printed How Do I...? guide.
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NOTE: Not all models or features available in all regions.
Front panel components
1
Flip cover: Lift the flip cover before tapping on the screen
2
Power button: Turns unit on and off
3
Speaker: Listen to notes or music
4
iTask button: Open, close, and switch between applications, run utilities, and change
settings
5
Messaging button: Access your Inbox for sending and receiving e-mail
iPAQ Wireless*: Launches iPAQ Wireless application
6
5-Way Navigation button: Scroll through a list and push to select (similar to using a
joystick)
7
Contacts button: Display a list of your contacts from the category you select
HP ProtectTools*: Launch security application
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Front panel components (Continued)
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Calendar button: Schedule appointments, set reminders, or view your calendar
Landscape/Portrait*: Switch between landscape and portrait display modes
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Microphone: Speak into the microphone to record notes
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Biometric Fingerprint Reader: Authenticate access to your device
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Charge/Notification LED indicator:
LED off = not charging or no notifications
Amber flash = charging
Green flash = one or more notification events have occurred
Amber solid = charging complete
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Wireless LED indicator:
LED off = Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are both off
Blue flash = Wi-Fi and/or Bluetooth are on
* To access this function, press and hold for two seconds.
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Top, back, and side panel components
1
Stylus: Use to input information. Slide up to remove, slide down to replace
2
Type II Compact Flash (CF) slot: Supports CF Type I or Type II expansion cards
3
Secure digital expansion slot: Supports Secure Digital (SD) and MMC memory
cards and SDIO expansion cards
4
3.5 mm stereo headphone/headset jack: Supports standard 3.5 mm
headphones or headsets
5
Removable flip cover hinge: Connects the removable flip cover to the
iPAQ Pocket PC
6
Record button: Record voice or sound
7
Battery release latch: Pull out to release battery
8
Battery cover: Remove to install or remove the battery
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Bottom panel components
1
Reset button: Push the stylus into this hole for a soft reset of your Pocket PC
2
Universal sync connector: Connects to HP desktop cradle, AC adapter, and USB
synchronization cable
HP desktop cradle (not included with all models)
Connects to the Pocket PC for charging and/or synchronizing and serves as a recommended
home for your Pocket PC when it is not in use
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Learning more about the Pocket PC
for information on... see this source...
Using your Pocket PC
HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PC User’s Guide located
on the Companion CD. For on device help, tap Start,
and then Help.
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections
HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PC User’s Guide located
on the Companion CD
Additional programs that can be
installed on your Pocket PC
Companion CD
Safety precautions
Important Safety Information document on the
Companion CD
Global limited warranty
Global limited warranty and technical support document
in the box
HP iPAQ accessory products
Accessories information brochure included with your
Pocket PC and on the Companion CD, or
http://www.hp.com/go/ipaqaccessories
Support for your Pocket PC
http://www.hp.com/support
Worldwide telephone support
phone numbers
http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/wwcontact.html
Registering your HP iPAQ to
receive e-mail from HP regarding
special offers and promotions
http://www.register.hp.com
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