warranty
WARRANTY
The receipt serves as proof of first purchase and should be kept in
a safe place. Your legal rights are not limited by these warranty conditions. It is required should you need to make use of the guarantee.
We guarantee that this equipment is in perfect working order.
Upon production of the receipt, the remaining period of guarantee
shall pass on from the original parts to the respective replacement
parts. If you hand in this equipment to make use of the guarantee, you must remove all programs, data and removable storage
media. Products which are sent without accessories will be replaced without accessories. The warranty obligation does not apply in the case of the problem being caused by an accident, a catastrophe, vandalism, misuse, incorrect use, ignoring the safety
and maintenance regulations, changes by software, viruses or
another piece of equipment or accessories or by other modifications not approved by ourselves. This limited guarantee declaration replaces all other guarantees of express or implied nature.
This includes the guarantee of saleability or the suitability for a
certain purpose but is not limited to this. In some countries the
exclusion of implied guarantees is not permissible upon principle.
In this case the validity of all express and implied guarantees is
limited to the guarantee period. Once this period has expired, all
guarantees become invalid. In some countries limiting the period
of validity for implied guarantees is not permitted, so that the
above limitation does not come into force. If you have any questions with regard to these guarantee conditions, please contact us.
LIABILITY LIMITATIONS
The contents of this manual are subject to unannounced changes
caused by technical progress. Manufacturer and sales shall not be
responsible for any damages which have been caused as a result
of omissions or errors in the information provided in this manual.
Under no circumstances shall we be liable for any of the following:
1.
2.
3.
Claims made against you by third parties based on loss or damage.
Loss or damage to your blanks, recordings or data.
Economic follow-on damage (including lost profit or savings) or associated damage even in the case that we have been informed of the possibilities of this type of damage.
In some countries the exclusion or limitation of accompanying or followon damage is not legally accepted so that the above limitations do not
come into force.
COPYING THIS MANUAL
This document contains legally protected information. All rights
reserved. Copying in mechanical, electronic and any other form
without the written approval of the manufacturer is prohibited.
Copyright © 2004, All rights reserved. Microsoft®, MS-DOS®, and Windows are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Pentium® is a registered
trademark of Intel Corporation. The names of actual companies and products mentioned
herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Information in this document is
subject to change without notice.
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Contents
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE ..................................................................1
Safety Instructions ........................................................... 1
Data Security ................................................................ 2
Repair .......................................................................... 2
Ambient temperature ..................................................... 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility.......................................... 2
Connection ................................................................... 3
Battery Operation .......................................................... 4
Maintenance .................................................................... 5
Care of the Display ........................................................ 5
Transport ..................................................................... 6
Notes on these Operating Instructions ................................. 7
Audience ...................................................................... 7
Quality ......................................................................... 7
Service......................................................................... 7
Supplied Items................................................................. 8
GETTING STARTED ..............................................................................9
Views ...........................................................................
Front Components ..........................................................
Back Components ........................................................
Bottom Components.....................................................
Left Components .........................................................
Right components ........................................................
Top Components .........................................................
USB Docking Station .......................................................
Initial Set-up of the Pocket PC ..........................................
Step 1: Battery preparation...........................................
Step 2: Switching on the Pocket PC ................................
Step 3: Installing the Software ......................................
Step 4: Connecting to the computer ...............................
Step 5: Using the Pocket PC ..........................................
Working with Memory Cards.............................................
Inserting Memory Cards................................................
Removing Memory Cards ..............................................
Accessing Memory Cards ..............................................
Data exchange via card reader ......................................
Resetting the Pocket PC...................................................
Soft-Reset ..................................................................
Hard-Reset .................................................................
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NAVIGATION ....................................................................................29
Safety Instructions for Navigation .....................................
Tips for Navigation .......................................................
Instructions for Car Installation ........................................
GPS (Global Positioning System).......................................
Contents of the Navigation CD..........................................
Memory Card Quick Installation ........................................
Software Installation on your PC .......................................
Mounting the Navigation Set on a Bicycle ...........................
Mounting the Navigation Set in a Car.................................
Installation of the Holder of the Pocket PC............................
Connecting Pocket PC in the car.....................................
Starting Navigation ......................................................
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FAQ ...............................................................................................39
CUSTOMER SERVICE ..........................................................................41
First-Aid in the Event of Malfunction ..................................
Check Connections and Cables.......................................
Faults and Possible Causes............................................
Additional Support ..........................................................
End User License Agreement for Microsoft® Software (EULA)
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INDEX .............................................................................................49
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SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Please read this section carefully and follow all the instructions
given. This will help ensure reliable operation and extend the service life for your Pocket PC.
Keep the packaging and the user instructions for future reference
or inquiries at a later date. If you pass the article on to another
person, you must pass on these instructions.
¾ Never allow children to play with electrical equipment unsupervised. Children may not always correctly recognize possible danger.
¾
Never open up the housing of the Pocket PC or the power
adapter. These contain no user-serviceable parts. If the housing
is opened there is a danger to life from electric shock.
¾
Do not place any objects on the Pocket PC and do not exert any
pressure on the display. Otherwise there is a danger that the
screen will break.
¾
To avoid damage, do not touch the screen with sharp objects.
Use only the stylus provided.
¾
There is a risk of injury if the display breaks. If this should occur,
use protective gloves to pack the broken parts and contact customer support to arrange for disposal. Then wash your hands
with soap, since there is a possibility that chemicals may have
escaped.
Remove the power adapter from the outlet, switch the Pocket PC
off immediately, or do not actually switch it on, and contact
Customer Service...
¾ ... if the power adapter or the attached plug become scorched or
damaged.
¾
... if the housing of the Pocket PC, the Power Pack or the charging/synchronizing cradle becomes damaged or fluids leak into it.
Components must be checked by Customer Service in order to
avoid damage!
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
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DATA SECURITY
¾
Every time you update your data make backup copies on an external storage medium. The supplier does not assume liability for
data loss or damage to data storage units, and no claims can be
accepted for damages resulting from the loss of data or for consequential damages.
REPAIR
¾
If you do not have the necessary qualifications, ensure that this
is done by a suitably qualified Service Engineer. Please contact
our Service Center if you encounter technical problems with your
Pocket PC.
¾
In the event repair becomes necessary, please use only our
authorized Service Partners.Operating Environment
¾
Keep your Pocket PC and all connected devices away from moisture and avoid dust, heat and direct sunlight, especially in the car.
¾
Make sure you protect your Pocket PC from getting wet, e.g.
from rain and hail, at all times.
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to damage to your
Pocket PC. The guarantee is not valid in this case.
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
The Pocket PC is most reliably operated at an ambient temperature of between 41°F and 104°F (5°C and 40°C) and at a relative
humidity of between 10% and 90% (non-condensing).
¾
In the powered down state (power supply: OFF, see page 17)
the Pocket PC can be stored at between 32°F and 140°F (0°C
and 60°C).
¾
Store the Pocket PC in a safe location to avoid high temperatures
(e.g. when parking or from direct sunlight).
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
¾
When connecting additional or other components the “Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive” (EMC) must be adhered to.
Please also note that only screened cable (maximum 10ft) should
be used with this Pocket PC.
¾
For optimal performance, maintain a distance of at least 10 ft.
from sources of high-frequency and magnetic interference (televisions, loudspeaker systems, mobile telephones and so on. This
will help avoid malfunctions and loss of data.
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CONNECTION
When connecting your Pocket PC be sure to correctly observe the
following instructions:
POWER SUPPLY
¾
The outlet must be in the vicinity of the Pocket PC and must be
easily accessible.
¾
Only use the mains adapter on grounded sockets at 100 – 240
V~ AC, 50/60 Hz. If you are unsure about the power supply to
the place of use, ask the relevant energy supplier.
¾
Use only the power adapter provided with your Pocket PC.
¾
For additional safety, we recommend the use of a surge protector in order to protect your Pocket PC from damage from spikes
or lighting strikes on the power network.
POWER THROUGH CAR ADAPTER
¾
The car adapter should only be connected to the lighter socket of
a car (car battery = DC 12V , no trucks!). If you are in any
doubt about the power source in your car, contact your car
manufacturer.
CABLING
¾
Arrange cables so that no-one can tread on them or trip over them.
¾
Do not place any items on the cable.
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
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BATTERY OPERATION
Your Pocket PC is operated with a removable battery. In order to prolong the life and efficiency of your battery and to ensure safe operation, follow the instructions below:
¾
Caution! Danger of explosion if rechargeable batteries are not
changed properly. Only replace with the same type of battery
or a similar type recommended by the manufacturer. Never
open the rechargeable battery. Do not throw the rechargeable
battery into fire. Dispose of the used batteries following the
manufacturer's instructions.
¾
Batteries cannot withstand heat. Avoid the Pocket PC and the
integrated battery becoming overheated. Failure to comply with
this instruction may lead to damage to and even explosion of the
battery.
¾
Use only the original power pack to charge the battery or the car
adapter from the optional navigation kit.
¾
The Pocket PC and its batteries are special category
waste. When disposing of the Pocket PC ensure that this is done
correctly. Contact Customer Service for more details.
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MAINTENANCE
Â
Warning: There are no user-serviceable or cleanable
parts inside the Pocket PC housing.
You can prolong the life of the Pocket PC by taking the following
simple steps:
¾
Always remove the power plug and all connecting cables before
cleaning.
¾
Clean the Pocket PC only with a damp, lint-free cloth.
¾
Do not use solvents, caustic or gaseous cleaners.
CARE OF THE DISPLAY
¾
Avoid scratching the display surface as this is easily damaged. It
is strongly recommended to use a display protection mylar to
avoid scratches. Please ask your nearest dealer for this accessorie.
¾
Ensure that no traces of water remain on the screen. Water can
cause irreversible discoloration.
¾
Use only a soft, lint-free cloth to clean the screen.
¾
Do not expose the screen to either strong sunlight or ultraviolet
radiation.
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
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TRANSPORT
If you wish to transport the Pocket PC follow the instructions below:
¾ Following transport of the Pocket PC wait until the unit has acclimatized before using it.
¾
In the case of wide fluctuations in temperature or humidity condensation or moisture may form inside the Pocket PC and this
can cause an electrical short-circuit.
¾
In order to protect the Pocket PC from dirt, knocks and
scratching, use either the protective case or the storage
pocket with transparent window.
¾
When shipping your Pocket PC use only the original packaging
and advise the carrier accordingly.
¾
Before traveling ensure that you are aware of the power and
communications provision at your destination. Before traveling
obtain any power or communications adapters (modem, LAN,
etc.) that may be needed.
¾
When passing through the hand luggage control at airports, it is
recommended that you pass the Pocket PC and all magnetic
storage media (external hard drives) through the X-ray system
(the machine on which you place your bags). Avoid the magnetic
detector (the structure through which you yourself pass) or the
magnetic wand (the hand device that the security staff use),
since this may corrupt your data.
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NOTES ON THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
When using the application programs and the operating system
you can use the extensive help functions that are available at the
touch of a button. These help functions are made available when
you use the Microsoft Windows® operating system or the respective application program.
¾ Note: You can find detailed instructions on navigation (optional) and how to use the Pocket PC program on the corresponding CD.
For additional help, also use the extensive help functions, which
are available at a click of a button (usually F1 on the PC) or by
touching the question mark (on the Pocket PC). This help is available while you use the computer or Pocket PC.
Read the section "Frequently Asked Questions" to obtain answers
to questions that are often addressed to our customer service.
The purpose of this manual is to help you with installing your
Pocket PC using instruction, that are easy to understand.
AUDIENCE
These operating instructions are aimed at first-time and experienced
users alike. The bundled product CD contains a comprehensive instruction manual.
QUALITY
In selecting the components we have aimed for a high level of
functionality, simple handling, safety and reliability. A wellbalanced hardware and software design allows us to offer you a
technologically advanced Pocket PC that will give great satisfaction in both work and leisure use.
SERVICE
Our individual customer care is there to support you when you
have questions or problems. Please get in touch – we look forward
to helping you. This manual contains a special section on Customer Service starting on page 41.
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
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SUPPLIED ITEMS
Please check the integrity and completeness of the supplied items
and, in the case this is not complete, forward us any possible
claims within 14 days from the purchase date. The purchase package includes:
Pocket PC
USB docking station (harging/synchronization docking station)*
ActiveSync®-cable* for charging and synchronizing*
AC adaptor, adaptor plug (for the country in question)
Microsoft Companion CD
Instruction manual and warranty card
Bicycle fixture *
Car holder of the Pocket PC with flexible neck*
Power cable for 12V cigarette lighter*
CD with navigation software (see page 34)
Earphones*
Protective case and storage pocket with transparent
window *
Pre-installed memory card(s) MMC/SD*
* optional
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GETTING STARTED
This chapter introduces you to the external components of your
Pocket PC and guides you through the process of setting up your
Pocket PC for use.
The illustrations on the following pages introduce you to the various buttons, connectors, ports and features of your Pocket PC.
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VIEWS
FRONT COMPONENTS
n
o
s
t
p
u
v
q
r
w
Ref Component
Description
n GPS antenna
o SD/MMC Slot
Integrated GPS antenna
p Touch Screen
Displays the output of your Pocket PC. Tap
the screen with the stylus to select menu
commands or enter information.
q Program
Start screen
(Touch-sensitive screen)
Button
The programs (e.g.
Medion Navigator) can
be run using the program keys.
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Accepts an optional SD (Secure Digital)
or MMC (MultiMediaCard) card for removable storage.
Note: The program keys can be adapted.
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Ref Component
Description
r Program
Contacts
s Power Button
Turns your Pocket PC on or off.
Switches the lighting on or off if this
button is pressed for approximately 3
seconds.
t Microphone
Receives sound and voice to record voice.
u Program
Calendar
v Program
Tasks
Button
(Power)
Backlight
Button
Button
w Navigationpad Moves up, down, left or right by pushing the
corresponding area of the pad. Press the
centre button to confirm your selection.
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BACK COMPONENTS
n
Ref Component
n
Battery
compartment
Â
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Description
The main battery of the Pocket PC is located
behind this cover.
CAUTION: Always keep the battery lock in the
lock position unless you are removing the battery.
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BOTTOM COMPONENTS
n
Ref Component
o
Description
n
AC adaptor
port
Connection to external power supply.
o
ActiveSync® Connector
Connects to your desktop compute for
synchronizing data.
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LEFT COMPONENTS
n
Ref Component
o
p
Description
n
Selection
wheel
To select options in programs.
o
Battery Lock
This lock protects the lid of the rechargeable battery compartment from being
opened accidentally.
p
Reset Button Restarts your Pocket PC.
(Soft-Reset), see page 27
RIGHT COMPONENTS
n
Ref Component
n
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GPS-Button
Description
Turns the GPS function on and / or off.
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TOP COMPONENTS
n o
Ref Component
p
Description
n
Stylus
Take the pen out of its compartment in order
to use it, and replace it after use. The pointer
pen is required for operating the touch
screen.
o
Headphone
p
IR Port
Connects to a pair of stereo headphones (3,5
mm).
Beams files to other mobile
devices.
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USB DOCKING STATION
¾
Warning: The docking station may only be used with the
supplied AC adaptor (Phihong PSC11R-050) and this Pocket PC.
The optional USB docking station is a very useful way of charging
and synchronizing your Pocket PC with a computer. Overview of the
docking station:
no
p
Ref Component
Description
n
Battery Charge
Indicator
Lights blue as soon as the docking
station receives power.
o
PPC Connector
Connects to your Pocket PC.
p
Battery
Connector
For charging an additional battery (accessory).
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INITIAL SET-UP OF THE POCKET PC
The following guides you step by step through the initial set up of
the Pocket PC:
STEP 1: BATTERY PREPARATION
If the battery has not yet been installed in the Pocket PC, you can
do this as described in the following:
INSERTING/CHANGING THE BATTERY
1. To remove the cover of the battery compartment push the
lock of the rechargeable battery and then cover of the battery
compartment downwards.
Contacts
2. Carefully place the rechargeable battery in the battery compartment. Adjust the battery so that the contact pins point
downwards and the writing on the battery is visible.
3. Slide the rechargeable battery cover back on again and push
the battery lock upwards.
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CHARGING THE POCKET PC BATTERY
1. Carefully slide the Pocket PC into the USB docking station or – plug the AC adaptor plug directly into the Pocket PC..
2. Slide the adaptor plug into the guide rail at the back of the
AC adaptor. Plug the AC adaptor into a wall outlet that is
easily accessible.
¾
The charging status display flashes green until the Pocket PC
is charged. Do not interrupt the charging process before the
battery is fully charged. This may take a few hours. The
Pocket PC is fully charged if the charging display lights green.
¾
Note: You can use the Pocket PC during the charging process,
but the power supply must not be interrupted during initial
set-up.
¾
Leave the mains adapter connected to the Pocket PC for
around 24 hours, so that the backup battery also charges-up
fully.
¾
When the charging display lights green, then
charging of the battery is completed. During first time setup perform a Hard-Reset (p. 27) after charging is completed to finalize
calibration. Please note, that a Hard-Reset will wipe out all data
and
additionally installed programs on the Pocket PC.
¾
You can leave the main adapter connected, and this is very
handy for continuous operation. In this way the Pocket PC is
always being recharged when it is connected to the synchronisation computer. However, the mains adapter also requires
power even when it is not charging up the battery of the
Pocket PC.
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As an alternative to the USB docking station, you can also connect
the AC adaptor directly to the Pocket PC or use the optional
ActiveSync®-cable.
n Attach this
connector to your
Pocket PC
o USB connector
Attach the USB connector (o) to an available USB port of your PC
and the ActiveSync® connector (n) to the ActiveSync® port of
your Pocket PC.
¾
The PC must be switched on for charging through the
ActiveSync® cable.
¾
Install the Software first before connecting the ActiveSync®
cable! (see page 22)
STEP 2: SWITCHING ON THE POCKET PC
1. Press the On/Off switch in order to start the Pocket PC. The
Pocket PC automatically starts the initial set-up. The brand
logo appears and a few seconds later the Pocket PC displays
the Windows® Mobile 2003 welcome screen.
2. With the stylus give the screen one short touch and follow the
instructions that are displayed to you.
3. Select the time zone by tapping on the dateline on the startup screen and adjust time and date.
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STEP 3: INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
¾
Warning: When software is installed, important files may be
overwritten and changed. Create a suitable backup of your
hard drive so you can access the original files in the event of
problems.
¾
Windows 2000/XP: You need to have administrative permissions on your Computer in order to install software.
1. Insert the Companion CD supplied and wait for the program to start automatically.
Note: If the program does not start automatically, the Setup
program on the CD must be started.
¾
2. The following window appears with a short introduction.
Wait for a few seconds or click the triangle to skip the intro.
3. Click the Start here button and follow the instructions on
the screen in order to install the necessary software.
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INSTALLING MICROSOFT® OUTLOOK
For optimum management of your data (e-mails, contacts, dates,
etc.) using the Pocket PC, you need the Microsoft® Outlook program.
The cost of the Pocket PC includes a license for this program
which can be found on the CD. If you already have Microsoft®
2002 installed on your PC, continue with the next step for installation of Microsoft® ActiveSync®. Likewise, if you have Outlook
98 or Outlook 2000, perform this installation:
1. Click Install Outlook 2002 .
¾
On the right of the window a product description appears with
further installation instructions.
2. Now click Install.
3. A dialog box appears that informs you that a program now
has to be installed. Click OK.
You are now asked whether you want to open the file or store it
on the PC. Select the Open option here and follow the instructions on the screen. You will find the Product Key on the CD
sleeve. Have your Windows® CD ready as well in case it is
needed.
Microsoft® Outlook 2002 must be activated by telephone or
via the Internet. If this is not done, the program will no longer
start after the 50th time.
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INSTALLING MICROSOFT® ACTIVESYNC®
In order to synchronize your data (e-mails, contacts, dates, etc.)
between your PC and the Pocket PC, you need the Microsoft®
ActiveSync® program.
The cost of the Pocket PC includes a license for this program
which can be found on the CD.
¾
If you do not have Microsoft® Outlook 2002 on your PC,
please install Outlook 2002 following the directions above.
¾
Attention: You should not connect the Pocket PC to your
computer yet.
1. Start Windows® and re-insert the CD supplied in order to
again display the installation menu you are already familiar
with.
2. Click Install ActiveSync® .
¾
Auf der rechten Seite des Fensters erscheint eine Produktbeschreibung und weiterführende Installationshinweise.
3. Klicken Sie nun auf Installieren .
4. A dialog box appears that informs you that a program now has to
be installed. Click OK .
5. You are now asked whether you want to open the file or store
it on the PC. Select the Open option here and follow the instructions on the screen.
6. If testing the connection options, insert the Pocket PC in the
charging/synchronization docking station (see next page).
¾
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If other programs have been bundled, you will find these on
your Companion CD under:
Enhance Your Experience Ö Mobility or Entertainment.
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STEP 4: CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER
1. Start the Pocket PC, by operating the On/Off switch.
2. Ensure that the Pocket PC is inserted in the USB docking station..
3. Plug the USB plug into a free USB slot on your computer.
¾
The hardware installation assistant will now detect a new
device and install a suitable driver. This may take a few
minutes. If unsuccessful the first time, repeat the connection
attempt.
4. Follow the instructions on your screen. The program will
now set up a partnership between your PC and the Pocket
PC. As a result of the synchronisation your data (mail, contacts, appointments, etc.) will be automatically transferred
to your Pocket PC.
STEP 5: USING THE POCKET PC
OPERATING THE POCKET PC
1. Take the Pocket PC out of the docking station.
In order to execute a function or a program, ...
- Use the stylus to tap
tion.
and then the desired op-
- Press the program keys of the Pocket PC in order to start
the desired program. The underlying programs can be defined using Start Ö Settings Ö Buttons .
2.
Explanations of the operation and functionality of the programs can be obtained from Start Ö
Help .
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SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN POCKET PC AND PC
When you insert the Pocket PC in the charging/synchronization
docking station, Microsoft ActiveSync® is automatically started.
The program checks if the Pocket PC is one with which a partnership has already been established.
If this is the case the changes that have taken place on the PC
and on the Pocket PC since the last synchronization are compared
and reconciled.
In the Settings menu of the Microsoft ActiveSync® program
you can define precisely which rules are to be applied during
synchronization.
Call up the program Help (by pressing F1) in order to see the
effects of the corresponding settings.
If the Pocket PC is not recognized as a partner, restricted guest
access is automatically activated that allows, for example, data to
be exchanged.
If this should occur even though there is a registered partnership,
remove the Pocket PC from the charging/synchronization docking
station and switch it off and on again.
Re-insert the Pocket PC in the charging / synchronization docking
station in order to restart the identification process. If this still does
not work, repeat the process and also restart your PC.
If you have changed the device name in the Pocket PC this may
be the cause of this malfunction. Please remember this if you
change the name of the Pocket PC under Start Ö Settings .
Change the device name of the Pocket PC if necessary, if it does
not correspond with the device name stored by ActiveSync®.
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WORKING WITH MEMORY CARDS
Your Pocket PC supports MMC and SD memory cards.
INSERTING MEMORY CARDS
1. Carefully take the memory card out
of its packing (if included). Take care
not to touch or dirty the contacts.
2. Push the memory card carefully into
the card bay as shown. The side of
the memory card wearing the label
must point upwards. The memory card should slightly lock
in place.
REMOVING MEMORY CARDS
¾
Do not remove the memory card while it is accessed. This
could result in loss of data.
1. To remove the card press lightly onto the upper edge until it
ejects.
2. Pull the card out without touching the contacts.
3. Store the memory card in the packing or in another safe location.
¾
Memory cards are very fragile. Take care not to dirty the
contacts and not to force the card.
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ACCESSING MEMORY CARDS
Memory cards are normally shown as Storage Cards in the
Windows Explorer.
You can access the memory card like a normal drive and store,
rename or delete files.
¾
The Pocket PC only supports memory cards in the FAT16/32 file
format. If you insert a card prepared with a different format (e.g.
in cameras, MP3 players), your Pocket PC may not recognize it
and will ask you to format it again.
Warning: Formatting the memory card irretrievably wipes out
all data.
¾
Likewise you cannot just copy files onto the memory card. In
some cases they must be converted by the Microsoft®
ActiveSync® program.
DATA EXCHANGE VIA CARD READER
You can transfer or synchronise data via ActiveSync®. This is also
the correct method, in particular, if files are to be transferred that
must be converted into a Pocket PC-readable format.
However, if you wish to copy large quantities of data (MP3 files,
navigation maps) to the memory card, these can also be stored
directly to the memory card.
Many computers already have memory card devices. Insert the
card in this and copy the data directly to the card.
Because of the direct access significantly faster transfer will be
achieved.
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RESETTING THE POCKET PC
There are two options for resetting the Pocket PC.
SOFT-RESET
This option restarts the Pocket PC, without reinstallation being
necessary. A soft-reset is often used in order to reorganize the
memory. In doing so all programs that are running are interrupted and the working memory is reinitialized.
Choose this option if your Pocket PC is not responding or working
properly.
Perform the soft-reset as follows:
1. If possible save the files that your Pocket PC has just been
processing.
2. Press the tip of the stylus into the soft-reset switch opening.
After a few seconds the Pocket PC displays the start screen.
Your configuration and your saved files will not be deleted.
HARD-RESET
Warning: A hard-reset deletes all data on your Pocket PC and
causes a new initial installation.
It is not necessary to install the software on your synchronisation
computer again, however.
Perform the hard-reset as follows:
1. If possible save all the files needed from your Pocket PC. To
do this use the programs bundled with the Pocket PC (see
online help or the manual on CD).
2. Hold down the On/Off switch and carry out a soft-reset as described above.
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NAVIGATION
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR NAVIGATION
The bundled product CD contains a comprehensive instruction
manual.
TIPS FOR NAVIGATION
¾
Do not manipulate the navigation system while driving to
protect yourself and others from accidents!
¾
In the event that you do not understand the voice instruction
or if you are in any doubt about what to do at the next intersection, then the map or arrow display will provide you with a
quick orientation. Only look at the display when you are in a
safe driving situation!
¾
Attention: The road layout and driving rules take precedence
over the instructions of the navigation system. Only follow the
instructions when circumstances and driving rules permit it! The
navigation system will guide you to your destination even when
you have to deviate from your planned route.
¾
Plan routes before you leave. If you want to plan a new route
whilst on the road stop driving.
¾
In order to receive the GPS signal correctly, metal objects may
not hinder reception. Attach the Pocket PC onto the inside of
the windscreen or near the windscreen with the sucker. Try
out different positions in your vehicle in order to find the best
reception.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR CAR INSTALLATION
¾
When installing the car docking station take care, that the position of the docking station does not pose a safety risk while
driving or in case of accidents.
¾ Take care that the cable does not impede any safety components.
¾ Do not mount the docking station within the operating range
of any airbags.
¾ The power plug will consume power, even if no device is
connected. Remove it when not in use to avoid draining the
battery.
¾ Check all safety equipment in your car after installation.
The display of your Pocket PC may show “light reflexions”. Please
take care of not being “blinded” during operation.
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GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM)
GPS is a satellite-backed system for determining your position.
With the help of 24 satellites revolving around the earth, it is possible to determine your position on earth with the accuracy of a
few meters. The satellite signals are received by the antenna of
the built-in GPS receiver, which must have a "line of sight" to at
least 3 of these.
¾ Note: By limited line of sight (e.g. in tunnels, between
houses, in woods or also in vehicles with metal-coated windows) it is not possible to determine the position. The satellite
reception however automatically picks up again as soon as
the obstacle has been passed and there line of sight is reestablished again.
The GPS receiver consumes additional power. This is especially of concern, when running on batteries. To conserve
power do not turn on the GPS receiver unnecessarily.
Therefore, also shut down the navigation software, if it is
not needed, or if satellite reception is not possible over an
extended period of time.
¾
Note: Please note, that your Pocket PC is preset to shut down
automatically after a few minutes without activity. Pressing
the on/off switch will resume operation. If navigation software
is running, then the GPS receiver will be activated as well.
Depending on the reception conditions, it may take a moment
to reacquire the position.
¾
If the GPS receiver has not been active for more than 4 hours,
it must orientate itself again. This process may take a while
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CONTENTS OF THE NAVIGATION CD
The CD “MapExport 4.0” contains the basic map as well as the
MapExport programme which is
required to compose your own maps. It will be installed on your computer. In addition, the CD contains the folder “Quick installation” with
the file Medion-Navigator.cab. If you copy this file to your Pocket PC
memory card and execute it from there, the navigation programme will
be installed on your Pocket PC. This file is already installed on the
memory card when shipping. There is no need to install it again.
MEMORY CARD QUICK INSTALLATION
¾
We recommend that you do execute a full Initial Installation
(see page 17 and later) in order to be able to access additional
functions of the Pocket PC.
¾
The following installation limits the Navigation to the area which
is pre-installed on your memory card.
Diese Schritte müssen Sie durchführen, um die Navigation in Ihrem Auto in Betrieb zu nehmen:
1. Read and adhere to the safety instructions on p. 2 and following and p. 23 and following.
2. Install the components of the navigation system in your car.
Follow the instruction on p. 36-38.
3. Press the On / Off button to start your Pocket PC. If the instructions of Step 1 (p. 17) have not yet been executed, then
do it now. The battery of the Pocket PC is charged through
the power circuit of the car.
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Should the memory card not be inserted in the Pocket PC,
then insert it into the slot.
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1. Start File Explorer :
n
p
o
2. Switch to the memory card:
n
o
p
3. Install the navigation program by clicking onto the program
Medion-Navigator. Then the symbol will appear in the program folder:
n
The navigation software is now installed and can be used as described on page 38.
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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ON YOUR PC
In order to be able to deploy self-defined cards on your Pocket PC
you must install the corresponding navigation software on your PC:
1. Before installing the navigation software ensure, that ActiveSync® is installed, that the Pocket PC is placed in the
docking station and that a connection is established (see
page 22).
2. Place the CD-ROM with the navigation software (MapExport)
in your CD drive. The installation will start automatically.
3. Follow the program instructions.
4. When the installation of the navigation software Map-Export
on your PC is completed, then the program will attempt to install the software onto your Pocket PC. If you have already
performed the installation manually (Memory card quick installlation, page 32), cancel this step.
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MOUNTING THE NAVIGATION SET ON A BICYCLE
r
n
o
p
s
q
1. Attach the bicycle support (o) onto your handlebar, by pulling
it up over the handlebar from below and pushing one of the
supplied rubber rings (q) between the bicycle support and
the handlebar. The flat site of the support points in your direction. As the material is elastic, you can carefully bend open
the support, lay it around the handlebar and push it together
again.
2. Place the Pocket PC (s) cradle on the connection joint of the
bicycle support (n) as shown above. Push the connection
joint upwards until you hear it click into place. Please note
that the connection joint can be inserted in one direction
only.
3. Now slide the connection joint and the affixed Pocket PC cradle into the bicycle support from above, until you hear it click
into place.
4. Fix the complete holding device with the supplied screw (p)
and tighten it firmly by hand. Use the supplied washer depending on the thickness of the handlebar.
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5. Now insert the Pocket PC into the holder by guiding the
Pocket PC into the head clip (r) of the connection joint from
below and then carefully pushing it into the cradle until you
hear it click into place.
¾
Note: After assembly, protect your Pocket PC from dust and
dirt using the storage pocket with transparent window. The
storage pocket does not protect against rain or moisture.
Take care that the Pocket PC does not exposed to moisture.
This may damage the electronic parts.
MOUNTING THE NAVIGATION SET IN A CAR
¾
Attention! Only fix the holder for the pocket PC to the windscreen, if it does not impede the view. Should this not be possible, then mount the holder with the enclosed suction plate in
any way that will allow peril-free and safe operation.
INSTALLATION OF THE HOLDER OF THE POCKET PC
¾
Hint: If you want to fix the holder to the wind screen, then
you can skip steps 1 and 2.
1. Remove the protective foil from the sticky side of the suction
plate.
2. Fix the suction plate to a suitable location on the dashboard. Take
care, that the surface of the dashboard is clean and press the suction plate strongly onto the surface.
¾
To obtain a strong and secure hold the suction plate should
not be used for 24 hours.
Car holder
Suction head
Flexible neck
Suction plate
(similar picture)
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3. Mount the car holder to the flexible neck. Note the labels on
the flexible neck. The arrow labled close must point in the direction of the fixture. The connection closes with a noticeable
clicking sound.
4. Place the holder with the suction head onto the suction plate
(or directly onto the wind screen) and press the lever on the
suction head downwards. The suction head will stick itself
firmly to the suction plate.
5. Place the Pocket PC carefully into the car holder and close
the two brackets firmly, so that the Pocket PC is held securely.
CONNECTING POCKET PC IN THE CAR
Power adapter
(similar picture)
1. Plug the jack of the connection cable into the corresponding
receptor at the bottom of your Pocket PC (p. 13).
2. Insert the power adapter now into the cigarette lighter socket
and ensure, that it will not lose contact while driving. This
could cause a malfunction.
¾
Hint: Remove the power adapter from the cigarette
lighter socket when ending a trip or when parking the
car for a extended period of time. Otherwise the car
battery could be drained.
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STARTING NAVIGATION
1. Switch on the Pocket PC.
2. Start the Medion-Navigator program in the
program directory of your Pocket PC.
3. As soon as the GPS symbol changes from
to
or
(the number indicates how many satellites are received), the initialization is completed and you
can start to drive.
¾
Hint: The GPS-receiver will require some
minutes for initialization when deployed for the first time.
Even when GPS signal reception is indicated the navigation
could be imprecise. In all future instances it will take about
30-60 seconds until a correct GPS-signal is available.
4. Click on Enter a destination to specify your destination. In
order to obtain detailed information about how to use the
program click on the Help button.
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FAQ
Where can I find more information on the Pocket PC.
Detailed operating instructions for navigation (optional) and operation of the Pocket PC programs
can be found on the corresponding CDs, which accompany your Pocket PC.
For additional assistance use the extensive help functions that are available at the touch of a button (usually F1 on your PC) or by typing the question mark
(on the Pocket PC). These help options will be made
available to you when you use the computer or the
Pocket PC.
Useful notes and additional help can be obtained
from the Internet at www.pocketpc.com or from
corresponding forums.
What do I need the accompanying CDs for?
The Companion CD contains:
-
ActiveSync® for synchronisation.
-
The information management program Outlook® and other help programs from Microsoft®.
-
Additional programs (optional).
-
A comprehensive User manual for operating
the Pocket PC programs.
The CD “MapExport 4.0” contains the basic map
as well as the MapExport programme which is required to compose your own maps. It will be installed on your computer. In addition, the CD contains the folder “Quick installation” with the file
Medion-Navigator.cab. If you copy this file to your
Pocket PC memory card and execute it from there,
the navigation programme will be installed on your
Pocket PC. This file is already installed on the memory card when shipping. There is no need to install it
again.
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The Pocket PC is no longer responding. What should I do?
Carry out a soft-reset (see page 27).
How can I adjust the lighting?
1. Manually.
2. On the Pocket PC under Start Ö Settings Ö
System Ö Backlight.
How can I find out information on the configuration of
the Pocket PC?
On the Pocket PC under Start Ö Settings Ö
System .
What sort of processor must I choose if I want to install software that has been written for various platforms?
Choose ARM.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
FIRST-AID IN THE EVENT OF MALFUNCTION
GENERAL GUIDANCE
¾
The regular running of the Windows® programs “Defrag” and
“Scandisk” on the PC can remove sources of error and raise
system performance.
CHECK CONNECTIONS AND CABLES
Start with a careful visual check of all cable links. If the LCD’s are
not working, make sure that the power is reaching the computer
and all peripherals.
¾
Switch off the computer and check all cable links. If the computer is connected to peripherals, check also the plug connections of all cables. Do not arbitrarily swap the cables between
various units, even if they appear to be precisely the same.
The pin assignments of the cables are likely to be different.
Once you have ascertained that the power supply is not at
fault and all connections are intact, switch on the computer again.
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FAULTS AND POSSIBLE CAUSES
The Pocket PC does not respond anymore.
¾
Press the reset button. (see page 27).
The Pocket PC is recognized only as a guest by ActiveSync®.
¾
See information on page 22.
Elements have inadvertently been overwritten.
¾
In the Settings menu of the ActiveSync® program you can
define precisely which rules are to be applied during synchronization.
Call up the program Help (by pressing F1) in order to see the
effects of the corresponding settings
The Pocket PC shows that insufficient memory is available.
¾
Terminate any unnecessary programs in order to free-up sufficient memory space again. In addition under Start Ö Settings
Ö Memory Ö Current programs terminate applications that
are no longer needed.
Remove unnecessary files. Check temporary Internet files.
Multimedia files (MP3, AVI, BMP etc.) can be very big. Check if
you still need these.
Once I have installed ActiveSync® I get error messages from a
maintenance program.
¾
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In the temporary folder created by the system, the program
creates the WCESCOMM.LOG file which cannot be deleted. If
another program tries to do this a corresponding error message
appears. The GPS-receiver cannot be initialised.
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The GPS receiver cannot be initialized or found.
If the GPS symbol
remains on the screen of the Pocket PC
despite correct installation, then this can be caused by the following:
¾ The GPS receiver is configured for one of the other connectors
and not for COM1 of the Pocket PC.
Solution:
1. Click on Settings in the Main Menu of the navigator.
2. Select GPS from the list in the window Settings.
3. Activate COM1 and observe the GPS symbol in the upper
right corner. As soon as this changes from
to
or
(the number indicates how many satellites are received), you have successfully activated the COM1
port.
4. Click on Save.
¾
The GPS receiver does not start automatically.
Solution:
still be shown even after the
Should the GPS symbol
configuration of the COM1 port, then it could be that the integrated GPS receiver can not be startetd
1. Close the navigation program.
2. Check the GPS reception settings under Start – Settings –
System – GPS. It is recommended to use the automatic
start when accessing COM1. Restart the navigation program.
or
The GPS symbol
played after a short while.
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The display jitters / slow, sluggish response or the program
aborts.
This may be due to a memory space problem. The navigation
software requires approximately 10-15 MB free main memory
space (for swap-out files, etc.). If this is no longer available, the
stated problems may arise. The Pocket PC may also go into energy-saving mode, which can lead to the memory card no longer
being correctly recognised.
Solution:
¾
Close down all programs.
¾
Delete unnecessary files (MP3, PDF etc.) or save them externally.
¾
Start the navigation program again.
¾
Carry out a soft-reset (page 27).
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
If the suggestions in the above section have not solved your problem, please contact our customer service hotline. However, before
you contact your Technology Center, please have the following information available:
However, before you contact your Technology Center, please have
the following information available:
How is your computer configured?
What additional peripherals do you use?
What messages, if any, appear on your screen?
What software were you using when the error occurred?
What steps have you already undertaken to solve the problem?
- Have you upgraded or removed drivers or hardware?
- Can you manually repeat the problem?
- If you have been given a customer number previously, please
give this number to the technician.
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INDEX
A
AC adaptor port ...................13
ActiveSync® -Connector ........13
Akku ..................................16
Ambient temperature ............. 2
Audience .............................. 7
B
Back Components.................12
Battery ...............................16
Battery Charge Indicator .......16
Battery compartment ............12
Bottom Components .............13
C
Cabling ................................ 3
Card reader .........................26
Care of the Display ................ 5
Charging the Battery.............18
cleaners ............................... 5
Connecting Pocket PC and GPSReceiver...........................37
Connecting Pocket PC in the car
......................................37
Connecting to the computer ...23
Contents of the Navigation CD32
Copyright ..............................ii
Customer Service .................41
D
Data exchange.....................26
Data Security........................ 2
Defragmentation ..................41
E
EMC .................................... 2
Expansion slot .....................10
F
FAQ....................................39
INDEX
Faults and Possible Causes .... 42
First-Aid ............................. 41
G
Getting Started......................9
GPS ................................... 31
GPS (Global Positioning System)
...................................... 31
GPS antenna ....................... 10
GPS-Button ......................... 14
H
Hard-Reset ......................... 27
Headphone ......................... 15
Hotline ............................... 44
I
Installing Microsoft®
ActiveSync® ..................... 22
Installing Microsoft® Outlook . 21
Installing the Software.......... 20
Introduction ..........................7
IR Port ............................... 15
L
Left Components.................. 14
M
Maintenance..........................5
Malfunction ......................... 41
Memory Card Quick Installation
...................................... 32
Microphone ......................... 11
Mounting the Navigation Set in a
Car ................................. 36
Mounting the Navigation Set on
a Bicycle.......................... 35
N
Navigation .......................... 29
Safety instructions ............ 29
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Tips.................................29
Navigationpad......................11
O
Operating Environment .......... 2
P
Power .................................. 3
Power supply ........................ 3
PPC Connector .....................16
Program Button....................11
Q
Quality................................. 7
R
Repair ................................. 2
Reset..................................14
Reset Button........................14
Resetting the Pocket PC ........27
Right components.................14
S
Safety and Maintenance ......... 1
Safety Instructions
Cabling ............................. 3
Connection ........................ 3
Power supply ..................... 3
Safety Instructions ................ 1
Safety Instructions
Power ............................... 3
Safety Instructions ................ 4
Safety Instructions
Battery Operation............... 4
Scandisk .............................41
Selection wheel ....................14
50
Soft-Reset .......................... 27
Software Installation ............ 34
Starting Navigation .............. 38
Storage .............................. 42
Stylus ................................ 15
Supplied Items ......................8
Switching on the Pocket PC ... 19
Synchronization between Pocket
PC and PC........................ 24
System performance ............ 41
T
Text recognition................... 42
Top Components.................. 15
Touch Screen ...................... 10
Transport..............................6
U
Upgrading/Retrofitting ............2
USB Docking Station ............ 16
Using the Pocket PC ............. 23
V
Views ................................. 10
Back components.............. 12
Bottem components .......... 13
Front components ............. 10
Left components ............... 14
Right components ............. 14
Top components ............... 15
W
Warranty ...............................i
Working with Memory Cards .. 25
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