User manual

Electronic reading & writing device

E65

User manual

To view the User manual while using the device, refer to Books.

Access a specific page

1

Tap of the screen.

at the bottom

2

Enter a page number.

3

Tap GO.

View the table of contents

1

Tap Menu → Chapter to view the table of contents for the current document.

2

Tap a chapter.

Contents

Get started

...................................................................5

Unpack .........................................................................

5

Get to know your device ...............................................

6

Insert the battery .........................................................

11

Charge the battery ......................................................

13

Turn on the device ......................................................

16

Use the stylus .............................................................

18

Insert a memory card (optional) ...................................

21

Copy files ....................................................................

22

Send or receive files via EmoLink ................................

26

Access a menu ...........................................................

30

Get to know the Home screen ....................................

31

Customize basic settings ............................................

36

Register your device to Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) ...

38

Books

..........................................................................41

View content files on the device ..................................

41

View content files on a TV screen ................................

50

Use bookmarks ..........................................................

51

Use highlights .............................................................

52

Delete books ...............................................................

55

Bookstore

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Contents

Notes

...........................................................................57

Create notes ...............................................................

57

View notes ..................................................................

63

Delete notes ................................................................

67

Calendar

.....................................................................69

Create events ..............................................................

69

View events ................................................................

70

Delete events ..............................................................

73

View Microsoft Outlook schedules ..............................

74

Dictionary

...................................................................77

Look up a word ...........................................................

77

View search results .....................................................

78

Music

..........................................................................81

Play music files ...........................................................

81

Delete music files ........................................................

84

Images

........................................................................85

View images ...............................................................

85

Delete images .............................................................

90

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Contents

Settings

......................................................................91

Appendix

..................................................................101

Reset the device .......................................................

101

Install and use the Virtual Printer ...............................

103

Update firmware .......................................................

105

Troubleshooting ........................................................

107

Specifications ...........................................................

110

Open Source License ................................................

112

Index .........................................................................

135

Warning - situations that could cause injury to yourself or others

Caution - situations that could cause damage to your device or other equipment

Note - notes, usage tips, or additional information

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Unpack

E65 device Battery (1) Stylus

USB cable Quick Start Manual CD-ROM

(User manual, Virtual

Printer, and Samsung

Outlook Sync)

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Get to know your device

Device layout

Touch screen

Page moving button

Keyboard

This device recognizes inputs only from the provided stylus.

When you use the device under direct sunlight, the touch screen may appear blurred, due to characteristics of the screen. This is not a malfunction of the device and the device will function normally if you avoid using it under direct sunlight.

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Speakers

Stylus and stylus slot

Earphone connection port

USB cable connection port

Power button

Battery cover

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Buttons

Button Function

While reading a book

Return to the previous page

Return to the previous index or chapter

(press and hold)

While viewing a list of books

Move to the previous list page

Move to the first list page (press and hold)

While reading a book

Move to the next page

Move to the next index or chapter (press and hold)

While viewing a list of books

Move to the next list page

Move to the last list page (press and hold)

Delete a letter

Return to the Home screen (p. 31)

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Button Function

Return to the previous menu

Open a corresponding menu

*

*

Input a capital letter

Input a special character

Special characters you can input are in orange color on the keyboard

Activate a shortcut function of a number button

Insert a space

Input diacritical marks

Activate the EmoLink function (p. 26)

Move left, right, up, or down

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Button Function

Select a menu or function

Power on

Power off (press and hold)

Lock or unlock the touch screen while using

functions (p.17)

*

To input a special character or activate a shortcut function of a number button, press a corresponding button and then press an orange-colored special character or a number button. If you simultaneously press two buttons, it may not work.

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Insert the battery

To insert the battery,

1

Remove the battery cover.

Be careful not to damage the touch screen by using too much pressure when you remove the battery cover.

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2

Insert the battery.

3

Replace the battery cover.

Slide the battery cover fully into place.

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Remove the battery

If the device is on, press and hold to turn it off before removing the battery.

Charge the battery

To charge the battery,

1

Connect the smaller end of the USB cable to the device, and the USB connector and the secondary power connector to the USB port of a PC.

While charging the device, connect the secondary power connector to prevent damage to the device.

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USB connector

Secondary power connector

Charging indicator

:

Charging

:

Charging complete

2

Select No to charge the device while using the device’s functions.

Select Yes to charge the device while using it as a

removable disk. (Copy files

→ p. 22)

The device recognizes inputs only from the provided stylus.

3

Disconnect the USB cable when charging is complete.

When charging is complete, the charging indicator will turn off.

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When you connect the USB cable to the device while using it, you can charge the battery whether or not you use the device as a removable disk.

Charging and operating time of the battery

Charging time is approximately 4 hours.

With a fully charged battery, you can use the device as follows.

-

Reading: 20 hours (if switching pages at 20 seconds interval)

-

-

Writing: 5 hours (if writing continuously)

Listening to music: 10 hours (if listening to music with the earphones continuously)

The charging and operating time of the battery may vary according to the charging condition, environment, and length of use.

Do not connect the device to a PC via a USB hub. The battery may not be charged properly.

When charging the battery with a laptop, ensure that the laptop has an adequate power supply.

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The battery will consume power even when the device is not in use and the maximum operating time will gradually shorten. If the maximum operating time decreases by more than half, it is time to buy a new battery.

Turn on the device

Turn on or off

Press to turn the device on. To turn the device off, press and hold .

While the device is turning on, turns blue.

The first time you turn on the device, a user manual will

appear before activating the Home screen. (p. 31)

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Due to the electronic paper capabilities of the touch screen, the last data viewed may remain on the screen if you remove the battery while the power is switched on.

Lock or unlock the touch screen

If you do not use the screen for an extended period of time or if you press when the device is in use, the touch screen and buttons will become locked.

To unlock the touch screen, press .

The touch screen will turn on.

You can change the time delay that locks the touch screen. (Sleep Timer

→ p. 92)

When you lock the touch screen, it will take 2-3 seconds to save the current data. If you attempt to unlock the touch screen during this time, the device may not work properly.

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Use the stylus

With the stylus, you can select menus, perform functions, or write on the screen. The device only recognizes inputs from the provided stylus. Use caution to avoid losing it.

Store the stylus

Push the stylus into the stylus slot.

Push the stylus until it locks in place.

To remove the stylus, pull the stylus out of the stylus slot.

If you lose your stylus, you can buy a new one from a

Samsung service center.

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Work with the stylus

Tap menus or options with the tip of the stylus.

Write characters on the touch screen.

A B C

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Draw a line to select text.

The stylus may not work properly when wet. Do not allow the stylus to come in contact with liquids.

If you drop the stylus, the tip may be damaged and the stylus may not work properly. Use caution to avoid dropping it.

The touch screen may not recognize the stylus inputs if you hold it at an extreme angle. For example, there may be a maximum 1 mm error when using the stylus at a

30° angle.

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Insert a memory card (optional)

You can store large files or important data on a memory card. The device supports microSD or microSDHC cards up to 16 GB. The maximum capacities may vary depending on the memory card manufacturer.

To insert a memory card,

1

Turn off the device.

2

Remove the battery cover and battery.

3

Slide a memory card into the memory card slot as shown.

4

Replace the battery and the battery cover.

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Attempting to insert a memory card with the battery installed may damage the device or memory card.

When you insert a memory card,

Books, Notes folders will be created automatically. Note and purchased content files should be stored in the appropriate folder, but music and image files can be stored in any folder.

While using the device, do not remove and reinsert a memory card. If you do, the device may not recognize the memory card.

The supported memory card capacity is based on

Samsung’s test standards. It may vary depending on the memory card manufacturer.

Copy files

Transfer books, dictionaries, images and music files from a PC to your device. You can also transfer notes and schedule files from your device to a PC.

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To copy files to or from your device,

1

Connect the device to a PC with the USB cable.

The pop-up window appears.

2

Tap Yes.

The

Removable Disk screen appears.

3

Click

Open folder to view files

→ OK.

Or, double-click My Computer on the desktop and the removable disk icon.

The name of the removable disk may vary by PC.

4

Open a folder you want.

Folder Function

Firmware_Update

New firmware files to be upgraded

Books/Dictionary/

Images/Calendar/

Notes/Music

*

Books, dictionaries, images, schedules, notes, and music files saved on the device

* Do not change the folder or file names. If you do, the device may not work properly, or it may take longer for the device to turn on after ending the mass storage connection.

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Drag and drop or copy and paste files between the

PC and the device.

Do not disconnect the USB cable or turn the device off while copying files. This may result in loss of data or damage to the device.

Do not connect the device to a PC via a USB hub.

When you copy files to the device, place in the appropriate folder. For example, if you place a book file into a dictionary folder, the book file will not be viewable.

If you transfer unsupported files, they may not appear on the file list. Ensure that the files you transfer are

supported by the device. (Books

→ p. 41, Music →

p. 81, Images

→ p. 85)

The maximum capacity for the removable disk is 1.7

GB. When the device exceeds the maximum capacity, files will not be stored on the device.

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End the mass storage connection

End the connection properly to prevent damage to the device or loss of your data.

1

Click on the Windows taskbar.

2

Click the pop-up message.

3

Disconnect the USB cable only when the message says that it is safe to remove the hardware.

Do not disconnect the USB cable while files are being transferred as this could result in loss of data or damage to the device.

You can not end the connection if you have device files open on the PC. Close all device files and attempt to end the connection.

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Send or receive files via EmoLink

You can send or receive books, notes, music, and image files between devices that provide the EmoLink function.

You can not transfer DRM-protected files via EmoLink.

The maximum distance between devices using EmoLink is 20 meters in a straight line. This distance may be reduced according to the environment of an access point.

Initialize EmoLink

To use EmoLink, you must initialize it.

1

Press and tap Yes.

2

Enter a device name and tap

Next.

3

Tap Yes and read the EmoLink help.

Send a file via EmoLink

1

Open a file to send.

You can send files via EmoLink while reading books, viewing notes, listening to music, viewing images, or viewing file lists. (except for the notes lists)

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2

Press

and tap Yes.

The device will be connected to the other device via the

direct connection mode. (p. 96)

This step will not appear if the wireless network is active.

3

Press .

4

Check the group name.

The device belongs to the Samsung group by default.

If the other device belongs to a different group, you can

not transfer files via EmoLink. (Change the EmoLink group

→ p. 29

)

To transfer a file to a device that belongs to a different group, select Settings → Network tab →

EmoLink → Change Group and then tap next to

Allow devices of unknown group to join.

5

Ask the other party to connect to your group and press .

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6

When the other device’s name and connection alert appear, press to transfer the file.

After the transfer is complete, the devices will be disconnected. If you want to send a file again, reconnect the devices via EmoLink.

If the other party does not press on the receiving device, the two devices will be disconnected automatically.

Receive a file via EmoLink

1

On a sending device, send a file via EmoLink. (p. 26)

2

Press

and tap Yes.

This step will not appear if the wireless network is active.

3

Press

when the other party asks you to press it.

The device will be connected to the other device via the

direct connection mode. (p. 96)

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4

Check the authorization screen.

5

When the sender presses automatically.

, the file will be received

6

Tap View.

Received files are stored in the Inbox. Book files will appear in the list of books.

After the transfer is complete, the devices will be disconnected. If you want to receive another file, reconnect the devices via EmoLink.

Change the EmoLink group

1

From the Home screen, tap Settings.

2

Tap Network tab

→ EmoLink.

3

Tap

Change Group.

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4

Tap

Edit and enter a new group name.

5

Tap OK.

The new group will be added and selected.

Tap Edit to edit the group name.

Access a menu

You can access a menu by pressing buttons or touching it with the stylus. The following examples explain how to listen to music.

Use the stylus

1

Tap to open the Home screen.

2

Tap Music.

3

Tap a music file you want.

4

Listen to music.

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Use buttons

1

Press

2

Press

to open the Home screen.

to scroll to Music and then press .

3

Press to scroll to a music file you want and then press .

4

Listen to music.

Get to know the Home screen

The Home screen will be shown when the device turns on. You can view books or image files, and create notes or schedules. You can also listen to music, view a dictionary, and customize device settings.

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Icon/Menu Function

Display the current activated function

Display the keyboard input mode

: Small letter input mode

: Capital input mode

: Special character input mode

: Shortcut function mode

: Keyboard locked

Display the wireless network status

: Off

: Directly connected

: Connected

: Not connected

Battery icon

: Full

: Needs charging

: Low

: Charging

Display the current date

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Icon/Menu Function

Preview

Preview the last book you were reading (If you were not reading a book, the device displays a famous saying.)

Books

View your books and documents (p. 41)

Bookstore Access the bookstore (p. 56)

Notes

Create and view notes (p. 57)

Calendar

Manage events (p. 69)

Dictionary View the dictionary (p. 77)

Music

Listen to music (p. 81)

Images

View images (p. 85)

Settings

Customize settings (p. 91)

You can set a menu to display when the device is switched on. (Startup Mode

→ p. 93)

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Activate the wireless network and lock the keyboard

1

Tap the corresponding part from the Home screen or while you are using a function.

2

Turn the wireless network on, or lock the keyboard.

You can also see the current time and date.

If you lock the keyboard, you can not enter text and activate a function using the keyboard.

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Use the icons at the top of the screen

Tap an icon while using a function.

Icon Function

Return to the Home screen

Open the shortcut window

Books

: View the last book you were reading (p. 41)

Dictionary

: Look up a word (p. 77)

Notes

: Create a note (p. 57)

Music

: Play music (p. 81)

Images

: View an image (p. 85)

Calendar

: View an event (p. 69)

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Icon Function

Return to the previous menu

Refresh

Customize basic settings

Select a language and set the current time and date. You can also change your device’s password.

Select a language

1

From the Home screen, tap Settings → Language.

2

Tap a language.

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Set current time/date and time zone

1

From the Home screen, tap

Settings

→ Clock Set.

2

Tap , , numbers, or text to set the current time and date.

You can set the date and time from January 1 2000 1:00

A.M. to December 31 11:59 P.M.

3

Tap time zone box to set the local time.

4

Tap

OK.

Change the password

1

From the Home screen, tap Settings

→ Change

Password.

2

Enter the current password by tapping the virtual keys or pressing the buttons on the keyboard.

The default password is 0000.

3

Enter a new password and confirm it.

4

Tap OK to confirm.

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Register your device to Adobe Digital

Editions (ADE)

Your device must be authorized by Adobe Digital Editions

(ADE) to view files with Adobe Reader. You can use the wireless network or a PC to register your device with

Adobe Digital Editions. Before the authorisation, the

current time/date and time zone must be set. (p. 37)

To register your device with Adobe Digital Editions using the wireless network,

1

Visit the Adobe Digital Editions web page

(http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/) and create your Adobe account.

If you are already registered, you do not need to set up a new account.

2

Activate the wireless network. (p. 34)

3

Tap

Bookstore.

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4

Enter your user ID and password.

5

Tap Activate to register your device, and then tap

OK.

If you do not want to purchase and download contents files from the bookstore on your device wirelessly, you can view files already downloaded and stored on your PC by copying them onto your device. For authorization, install the Adobe Digital Editions program on the PC.

To register your device with Adobe Digital Editions using a PC,

1

Visit the Adobe Digital Editions web page

(http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/) and create your Adobe account.

If you are already registered, you do not need to set up a new account.

2

Download and install the Adobe Digital Editions program on your PC.

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3

When the installation is complete, double-click the

Adobe Digital Editions icon on the desktop.

4

Connect the device with a USB cable to the PC.

5

Enter your user ID and password.

6

Tap Activate to register your device with the Adobe

Digital Editions program.

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Books

View personal content files (ePUB, PDF, TXT format) saved on the device. You can also view files on Samsung TVs that support

AllShare. Content files are not saved on the device by default. Save

content files to the device first. (Copy files

→ p. 22)

View content files on the device

To view content files on the device,

1

From the Home screen, tap

Books.

Tap Continue Reading from the Home screen to view the last book you were reading.

2

Tap a book title.

From the book list, tap

Menu to use the following options.

Option

Sort

View

Function

Select a sort option (By Recent Reading,

By Recent Buy, By Title, By Author)

Select how to view the list of books

(List, Thumbnail)

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Option

Search

Book Info

Function

Search a book by keyword

View book details including publisher and genre

Add to Library Add a book to your library (p. 47)

Edit

Delete a book (p. 55)

Screen Share

On

View a book on a TV screen (p. 50)

To download books, refer to the content provider’s instructions.

PDF files will not be displayed properly if they do not comply with the PDF/A standard.

ePUB files may not be displayed properly if they do not comply with the ePUB standard of Adobe Reader.

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Books

3

Navigate the content files with the following icons.

Create notes while reading a book

Icon

/

Function

Create notes while reading a book

Parts of memos drawn on images may seem to be remaining after erasing by the stylus. Tap to erase the afterimage.

View the previous or next page

You can also turn pages by pressing or .

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Icon

/

Menu

Function

Skip to the previous or next chapter (Book

Flipping Option

→ p. 98)

You can also skip chapters by pressing and holding or .

View the current page or move pages

You can jump to any pages by tapping the box and put the page number, and then tap GO.

Open menus

Add Bookmark /Delete Bookmark: Add or

delete a bookmark (p. 51)

Font Size : Select a font size

Rotation : Rotate the current page

Zoom In /Zoom Out: Zoom in or out

Crop On /Crop Off: Crop a part of a PDF file to enlarge it

Chapter

: View the current chapter

Auto Alignment On

/Auto Alignment Off:

Automatically align text in a file

Bookmarks&Notes : View a list of notes

Search : Search for a word or phrase

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Icon Function

Add page memo /Edit page memo: Create and edit a note

My Impressions : Note your impressions about the book

Full Screen On

/Full Screen Off: View a book in full-screen mode or exit full-screen mode

Hide Note /Show Note*: Hide or show notes

TTS : Use the text-to-speech feature to read the book aloud

Screen Share On : View a book file from the

TV screen (p. 50)

* It will appear only on the page with note contents.

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Books

The following features are available only for selected file formats:

-

Font Size , Search, TTS: ePub, TXT

-

-

Zoom In /Zoom Out, Crop On/Crop Off: PDF

Auto Alignment On /Auto Alignment Off: TXT

If a PDF file contains unsupported fonts, portions of the file may be unavailable.

You can view content files written in English, French,

Spanish, Italian, and Dutch.

The TTS function supports English, and the device should be set to the same language of the book file.

Use a shortcut button when reading a book

To use a shortcut button, press and then press a number button.

Number Function

1

Add or delete a bookmark (p. 51)

2

Select a font size

3

Search for a word or phrase

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Number Function

4

Rotate the current page

0

Open a window to enter a special character when searching for a word or phrase

Use a library

Add books to a library

Store a book to the library you want.

1

From the Home screen, tap Books.

2

Tap

Menu

→ Add to Library.

3

Tap at the right of a book you want to add.

4

Tap a library.

To add a new library, tap

New Library. You can enter up to 64 letters for the title.

5

Tap OK.

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View books by library

You can select a library and read a book from the library.

1

Form the Home screen, tap Books.

2

Tap My Library.

3

Tap a library.

4

Tap a book.

Crop a PDF file

Crop a part of a PDF file to enlarge it.

When you crop a part of a PDF file, notes and highlights you saved will be deleted, and the TTS function will not work.

1

From the Home screen, tap Books.

2

Tap a PDF file to view.

3

Tap Menu

→ Crop On.

4

Tap a starting point to crop.

To cancel the cropping, tap

X.

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Books

5

Tap an ending point to crop.

6

Check the part of the file you cropped.

To return to the original view tap Menu

Crop Off.

View the table of contents

Tap Menu

→ Chapter to view the table of contents for the current document.

Access a specific page

Tap the bar at the bottom of the screen and enter a page number.

Send or receive a book via EmoLink

Send or receive a file between devices by pressing

while viewing book files or book file list. (p. 26)

You can not send a content file with Digital Rights

Management (DRM).

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View content files on a TV screen

You can view content files only on Samsung TVs that support AllShare. You can not view DRM-protected files on a TV screen.

To view content files on a TV screen,

1

Tap the top right corner of the screen and turn the wireless network on.

2

From the Home screen, tap

Books.

3

Tap Menu → Screen Share On.

The device will automatically search for other devices connected to the same network and attempt to connect to them.

4

Select a book from the TV screen using the TV remote control.

Press to exit the screen share mode.

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Use bookmarks

Add bookmarks to save your page and quickly return to it later.

Add a bookmark

Add a bookmark at an important location.

While reading a book, tap Menu

→ Add Bookmark.

Or, tap the upper-right corner of the page to add a bookmark.

will appear at the top right of the screen.

View a bookmark or note

Directly access a bookmarked page or view a note.

While reading a book, tap Menu

→ Bookmarks&Notes.

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Delete a bookmark

Delete a bookmark previously added.

While reading a book, tap Menu

→ Delete Bookmark.

Or, tap the bookmark icon to delete the bookmark.

The bookmark will be deleted.

Use highlights

While reading a book, you can highlight text with the stylus. You can also add memos to highlighted text.

The following features are not available on a PDF file format: text highlight, instant dictionary and notes.

Highlight a text

Drag the stylus across words or lines to highlight them.

A dictionary can be displayed at the bottom of the screen

when you use the highlight function. (Look up a word

p. 77)

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Remove a highlight

1

Tap highlighted text with the stylus.

2

When the pop-up window appears, tap Delete

Highlight.

3

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

Add a memo to highlighted text

1

Tap highlighted text with the stylus.

2

Tap Add memo.

3

When the memo input window appears, create a memo and then tap .

will appear next to the highlighted text.

(Tap to edit the memo.)

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Highlight all the same words of highlight text

1

Tap highlighted text with the stylus.

2

Tap Search the word.

All the same words on the book will be highlighted.

To see the page of the highlighted word, tap / .

Look up highlighted words in the dictionary

1

Tap highlighted text with the stylus.

2

Tap Search in the Dictionary.

3

View the definitions, idioms, and usage examples for the word.

When you want to search for a word directly, enter the word in the input field at the bottom of the screen.

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Delete books

To delete a book file,

1

From the Home screen, tap Books.

2

From the book list screen, tap Menu → Edit.

will appear in the book list.

3

Tap at the right of a book that you want to delete.

4

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

To exit the edit mode, tap .

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Bookstore

Purchase and download content files from a bookstore. To access the bookstore on the device, it must be connected to a wireless

network. (p. 94)

For details about the bookstore, refer to a separate bookstore guide.

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Notes

Save important information by creating notes. You can add new note pages to existing notes and manage notes by folder.

Create notes

Create pages in a single note

When you access Notes, the note list appears. You can create up to 99 pages in a single note.

1

From the Home screen, tap Notes.

2

Select a newly created note dated today from the list.

Tap to add a new note.

3

Using the stylus, write a note in the text input field.

You can not use the keyboard to make a note. Use the stylus.

Tap to add a new page.

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Notes

Note title

(Tap to open the note list)

Text input field

A B C

Icon

Pen thickness Eraser size

Function

View a list of saved notes

Create and save a new note

Modify a note title

Press the buttons on the keyboard to enter a title. The title can be up to 64 letters, and you can not enter some special characters.

Delete notes

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Notes

Icon

/

/

/

/

Function

Delete all text in the current page

Bookmark (★) the current note page/Clear a bookmark

Lock page/Unlock page

Add a new page/Delete the current page

Search for note contents

View your notes by page

Select layouts

Cancel the previous action/Recover the canceled action

Crop a part of notes

Current page/Total number of pages

(Enter a page number to move directly to that page)

When you access a note during music playback, you can adjust the volume by pressing and the 5 and 6 number buttons. In this case, volume control bar remains invisible.

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Notes

Send or receive a memo via EmoLink

From the creating notes screen, press to send or

receive files between devices. (p. 26)

Bookmark pages in a single note

Bookmark note pages to easily locate and refer to them later.

On any note page, tap at the bottom of the screen.

To clear the bookmark, tap .

Icon Function

Bookmark added

Bookmark cleared

To see bookmarks, from the note creation screen, tap

and then tap the ★ Pages tab.

Lock pages

Protect your private notes with a password. The default

password is 0000. (p. 37)

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Notes

On any note page, tap in a page.

To unlock pages, tap .

Icon Function

Locked page

Unlocked page

Search for note contents

1

2

From the page creation screen, tap

Enter a keyword, and tap

.

or press .

3

View the contents.

Crop a note page

Crop a part of a note page to copy or delete it.

1

From the page creation screen, tap

2

Select a part to crop.

.

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Notes

3

Select an editing tool.

Icon Function

Delete the selected area

Copy the selected area

Cancel the selection

4

Check the edited page.

When you select , copied part will be saved to the clip board. Tap to select copied part and point where to paste.

Create notes

Create new notes. You can create up to 99 notes in a folder.

1

From the Home screen, tap

Notes.

2

Tap Menu

→ New Note, or tap .

Tap screen.

to view a list of notes from the page creation

3

Write a note in the new page.

Tap to add more pages to a note.

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Notes

View notes

View or manage your notes by pages, notes, and folders.

View note pages

1

From the page creation screen, tap .

Folder title

Note title

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Notes

2

Tap a tab.

Tab

All

Function

View all saved pages

Date

View pages by date

To view a page created today, tap

Pages

View bookmarked pages (p. 60)

.

3

Tap a page.

To jump to another page, tap select a folder.

or , or the folder title and

4

View the page.

To create a new note page, tap

single note

→ p. 57)

. (Create pages in a

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Notes

View notes

1

From the page creation screen, tap .

2

Tap a note.

To jump to another page, tap select a folder.

or , or the folder title and

From the note list, tap Menu to use the following options.

Option Function

New Note

Create a new note

Page View Change the view mode

Search

Search for a note content

Sort

Select a sort option (By Alphabet, By Creation

Date, By Access Date, By Access Frequency)

View

Edit

Select how to view notes (List, Thumbnail)

Move a note to another folder or delete a note

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Notes

View notes by folders

Manage your notes by folders. You can add or delete folders.

1

From the Home screen, tap Notes.

2

Tap / to select a folder.

To view all folders, tap a folder title and select All Folders.

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Notes

Icon Function

Create a new folder

Change a folder title

The title can be up to 64 letters and you can not enter some special characters.

Delete a folder

You can not delete Inbox.

Delete notes

Delete notes and folders.

Delete notes

When you delete a note, all pages of the note will be deleted.

1

From the Home screen, tap Notes.

2

From the note list, tap Menu

→ Edit.

To view the note list while creating a note, tap .

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Notes

3

Tap

Tap

to delete notes.

to re-name or move notes to another folder.

4

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

To exit the edit mode, tap .

Delete folders

When you delete a folder, all notes of the folder will be deleted.

1

From the Home screen, tap

Notes.

2

Tap / to select a folder.

To view the note list while creating a note, tap

.

3

Tap .

4

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

To exit the edit mode, tap .

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Calendar

Create events or anniversaries to manage your schedule. You can also view Microsoft Outlook schedules from your device.

Create events

To create an event,

1

From the Home screen, tap

Calendar.

You can write your schedule directly on the month screen.

Tap to show the writing tools.

2

Tap Menu to select a view mode.

Mode

Year View

Function

View a calendar by six months

Month View * View by month

Day View

View by week

Today

View today's events

* The default setting of the Calendar is Month View. You can see this option in the Year View and Day View modes.

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Calendar

3

Tap a date and write details with the stylus.

To move to today’s date, tap in Month view.

For Year View or Month View, tap and write directly on the calendar.

For Day View, write on the preview and text input fields.

You can not use the keyboard to enter event details. Use the stylus.

View events

View events in Month view

1

From the Home screen, tap

Calendar.

2

Tap Menu

→ Month View.

3

Tap or to scroll to a year or month.

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Calendar

4

Tap a date.

Dates with an event will be marked with corner.

in the top right

Preview schedule

Dinner appointment

▲ Month View

View events in Day view

1

From the Home screen, tap Calendar.

2

Tap Menu

→ Day View.

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Calendar

3

Tap or to scroll to a week.

4

Tap a date.

Dates with an event will be marked with corner.

in the top right

View date and day

Dinner appointment

A B C

▲ Day View

To go back to Month view, tap on the top left of the screen.

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Calendar

Delete events

To delete an event,

1

From the Home screen, tap Calendar.

You can edit your schedule directly on the calendar. Tap

to show the writing tools.

2

Tap Menu to select a view mode.

Mode

Year View

Function

View by six months

Month View * View by month

Day View

View by week

Today

View today’s events

* The default setting of the Calendar is Month View. You can see this option in the Year View and Day View modes.

3

Tap a date.

4

Tap date.

→ Yes to clear all inputs on the selected

Tap an eraser size and use the stylus to delete your inputs.

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Calendar

Although you delete inputs with an eraser, will still appear on the calendar date.

View Microsoft Outlook schedules

Synchronize the device with Microsoft Outlook to view your schedules on the device. This feature allows you to view schedules but does not allow you to edit or delete the schedules from the device.

Install Samsung Outlook Sync

1

Insert the CD-ROM into an appropriate drive on your

PC.

2

Click

Samsung Outlook Sync and follow the onscreen instructions to install the program.

Synchronize your schedules

1

Launch the Microsoft Outlook program and enter your user ID and password to log in.

2

Enter your schedules.

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Calendar

3

Double-click the Samsung Outlook Sync icon on the desktop to launch the program.

4

Connect the device to a PC with the USB cable and tap Yes.

5

Click

Sync on the desktop to synchronize schedules with Microsoft Outlook.

Schedules in Microsoft Outlook will be transferred to your device.

6

Disconnect the USB cable when the synchronization is complete.

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Calendar

View Microsoft Outlook schedules on the device

1

From the Home screen, tap

Calendar.

2

Tap Menu

→ Month View or Day View.

3

Tap Outlook Schedule.

4

Tap a date to view details.

You can not edit the schedules on the device.

View date and day

Preview schedule

▲ Month View ▲ Day View

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Dictionary

Look up the meaning of a word, save searched words, and add words to your word list.

Look up a word

To look up a word in the dictionary,

1

From the Home screen, tap

Dictionary.

2

Enter a word in the input field and tap

or press .

Words you have searched for previously will be listed.

3

Select a word.

4

View the search result. (p. 78)

To see idioms or examples related to the word, tap

Idioms or Examples.

While you are viewing a book or dictionary, it may be more convenient to use the instant dictionary function.

(p. 78)

Supported dictionary: Collins English-English dictionary

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Dictionary

Use the instant dictionary function

While reading text, tap a word with the stylus.

The dictionary screen will appear with English expressions or definitions.

If you tap a word on the page you are reading with the dictionary screen opened, the device will activate the dictionary function.

View search results

To view search results,

1

From the search result screen, tap a tab you want.

Tab

All

Function

View all search results

Idioms

View idioms only

Examples

View examples only

2

View the search results.

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Dictionary

3

Use the following icons.

Icon Function

Add to your word list

View your word list

While you are viewing a book or dictionary, it may be more convenient to search for a word using the highlight

function. (p. 52)

Add to your word list

To add words to your word list,

1

From the search results screen, tap .

2

When the pop-up window appears, tap OK.

You can add up to 1000 words to your word list. This limit may change depending on the available capacity of your device.

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Dictionary

Open your word list

To open your word list,

1

From the dictionary screen, tap .

2

Tap

By Latest Search or By Alphabet.

To delete a word, tap .

3

Tap a word.

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Music

Listen to stored music files in MP3 (ID3 v 2.3 supported) format.

(Copy files

→ p. 22)

Play music files

To play music files,

1

From the Home screen, tap

Music.

2

Tap a list of music.

Folder

My Playlist

Function

Music files you have added to your custom playlist

Relaxing Sound Music files categorized as relaxing

Inbox

Music files received via EmoLink

To change how to view the list of music, tap

View.

Menu →

3

Tap a music file.

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Music

4

Listen to music and use the following icons.

You can use shortcut buttons to control playback

conveniently. (Use shortcut buttons while listening to music

p. 83)

Icon

/

/

/

Function

Play/Pause

Scan backward/Scan forward

Skip to previous track/Skip to next track

/

Menu

: Play the current track once

: Repeat the current track

: Repeat all songs in the folder

: Repeat all songs

Shuffle music playback/Turn Shuffle off

Add to Playlist : Add to My Playlist

Shuffle On /Shuffle Off : Turn Shuffle on or off

Repeat : None, Repeat 1, Repeat Folder,

Repeat All

While listening to music, you can use other functions such as reading books or creating notes.

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Music

Send or receive music files via EmoLink

From the playing music or music list screen, press to

send or receive files between devices. (p. 26)

Use shortcut buttons while listening to music

Press and then press a corresponding number button to control playback while listening to music.

Number Function

5

Adjust the volume down

6

Adjust the volume up

7

Skip to previous track

8

Pause playback/Resume playback

9

Skip to next track

When you use other functions while listening to music, you can also use shortcut buttons.

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Music

Delete music files

To delete a music file,

1

From the Home screen, tap Music.

2

Tap Menu → Edit.

3

Tap delete.

at the right of a music file that you want to

4

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

To exit the edit mode, tap .

You can not delete music files stored in the Relaxing

Sound folder.

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Images

View images (BMP, JPG and JPEG formats) saved on the device.

You can also view zipped files of images similarly to book files.

(Copy files

→ p. 22)

View images

View images

1

From the Home screen, tap

Images.

2

Tap an image list.

Tap Menu to use the following options.

Option

Sort

View

Edit

Function

Select how to sort images

(By Date, By File Name)

Select how to view the list of images

(List, Thumbnail)

Delete images

3

Tap an image.

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Images

4

View the image.

To write a memo on the image, tap

.

Tap Menu to use the following options.

Option

Zoom

Aspect Ratio

Full Screen On/

Full Screen Off

Hide Scribble/

Show Scribble

*

Function

Zoom in (x1.0, x1.2, x1.5, x2.0)

You can also zoom in by pressing and then the 2 number button.

Adjust the ratio of an image (Original Fit,

Auto Fit, Fit to Screen)

View an image in full-screen mode or exit full-screen mode

Hide or show memos on an image

* This option will appear only when you write a memo on the image. (This option will remain available even after you delete a memo.)

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Images

The maximum pixel value supported by the device is

12 mega-pixels for the JPG and JPEG formats, and 6 mega-pixels for the BMP format. You can automatically optimize image size and file formats with the Virtual

Printer provided on the CD-ROM. (Install and use the

Virtual Printer → p. 103)

If an image title is over 256 bytes, any memo you write on the image will not be saved.

Send or receive image files via EmoLink

Send or receive a file between devices by pressing in the viewing image, image list, or thumbnail screens.

(p. 26)

View zip file images

You can view zipped files of images. When JPG/JPEG/

BMP image files are zipped, the maximum pixel value supported by the device is 6 mega-pixels for each file.

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Images

To view zip file images,

1

From the Home screen, tap Images.

2

Tap a zip file.

3

Navigate the image files with the following icons.

Icon

/

/

Function

View the previous or next image

You can also view images by pressing or .

Skip to the first or last image

You can also skip to the first or last image by pressing and holding or .

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Images

Customize settings for zip file images

1

While viewing the zip file images, tap

Menu.

2

Tap a menu to customize the following settings.

Option Function

Enhance Image

Adjust the contrast of the image

View

Change how to view images (Original,

Page Split (L → R), Page Split (R → L))

Add Bookmark/

Delete

Bookmark

Bookmarks

Add or delete a bookmark

Series View

Zoom

Full Screen On/

Full Screen Off

View bookmarked images

View the next image file manually or automatically (On, Off, Check Everytime)

Zoom in (x1.0, x1.2, x1.5, x2.0)

View an image in full-screen mode or exit full-screen mode

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Images

Delete images

To delete an image,

1

From the Home screen, tap Images.

2

Tap Menu → Edit.

3

Tap delete.

at the right of an image that you want to

4

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

To exit the edit mode, tap .

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Settings

Customize the screen settings, such as language, startup mode timer, wireless network settings, and EmoLlink settings. Manage the device by updating firmware or resetting.

To customize settings,

1

From the Home screen, tap Settings.

2

Tap a tab.

Tab

All

General

Network

App.

Support

Function

View menus over all tabs

Customize settings for Language, Clock Set,

Change Password, Device Lock, Sleep

Timer, Auto Power Off, Startup Mode

Customize settings for Wi-Fi, Auto Wi-Fi Off

Timer, EmoLink

Customize settings for Instant Dictionary,

Book Flipping Option, Auto Refresh

Update the firmware, reset the device, and view device information

3

Tap an option to customize the setting.

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Settings

General

Language

Select a display language. (p. 36)

Clock Set

Set the current time and date. (p. 37)

Change

Password

Change the password for the lock function. (p. 37)

Device

Lock

Set the device to be locked automatically when it is switched on.

To unlock the device, you must enter your password.

Sleep

Timer

Set the screen to lock automatically when the device is not used for a specific length of time.

(5 Minutes, 10 Minutes, 20 Minutes,

30 Minutes)

Auto Power

Off

Set the device to automatically switch off 30 minutes after entering sleep mode.

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Settings

Startup

Mode

Select a menu to be displayed when the device is switched on.

Home

: Display the main menu screen. (p. 31)

Last Mode : Display the last function you were using.

Continue Reading were reading.

: Display the last book you

In Continue Reading mode, if you reboot the device while reading a book, it may take some time to load the last page you were reading.

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Settings

Network

Wi-Fi

When you connect the device over the wireless network, you can purchase books from online bookstores or download content files,

1 Select On.

2 Select an available Wi-Fi network.

3 Enter the password and tap Yes.

4 When Wi-Fi is connected, download various content files.

If you tap the wireless network antenna area at the top of the screen, you can view the current time and turn the Wi-Fi feature on or off directly.

(p. 34)

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Settings

Auto Wi-Fi

Off Timer

Customize proxy server settings

To connect to the wireless network with a proxy server, you must first customize the proxy server settings.

1

Tap Proxy Server: Off.

2 Tap On.

3 Enter the URL address and port number and then tap OK.

If you enter an empty space by pressing

in the server URL field, the server

URL will not be saved.

You can enter from 1 to 65535 for port number.

For the URL address and port number of the proxy server, contact your network administrator.

Set the device to disconnect the wireless network after a specified interval. (10 Minutes,

20 Minutes, 30 Minutes, Off)

You can set an alarm message to appear when the wireless network is disconnecting. Tap next to Turn on the alarm message.

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Settings

EmoLink

Customize EmoLink settings.

EmoLink

: Turn on or off.

Device Name

: Register or edit the device name that is shown when the device is connected to another device.

Change Group: Add or change an EmoLink group. Also, set whether or not devices from other groups are allowed to connect.

-

You can enter up to 60 characters with alphabet or numbers for the group title.

Connect Mode : Select an EmoLink connection mode.

-

Direct Mode

: Automatically connect with any

EmoLink-enabled device within range.

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Settings

-

AP Mode

: Automatically search for and connect to wireless networks.

When connected to a wireless network in AP Mode, your device attempts to connect to the network to which you previously connected. If it fails, the device will connect to the unsecured network with the strongest signal. To select a wireless network manually, tap Settings

→ Network tab → Wi-Fi and then tap

On.

When connected to a wireless network in AP Mode, only devices on the same network are allowed to transfer files via

EmoLink.

-

-

You can enter up to 32 characters with alphabet or numbers for SSID.

You can enter only letters and numbers for

WEP password. The size will be limited to 5,

10, 13, 26 bytes depending on the wireless network.

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Settings

Learn How to Use for using EmoLink.

: View helpful instructions

Direct Network Settings connection mode.

-

: Select a direct

Auto : The device attempts to connect to

automatically an EmoLink-enabled device.

Manual device.

: Manually enter SSID and WEP passwords when connecting directly to a

App.

Instant

Dictionary

Book

Flipping

Option

Set to look up words instantly when you tap them

on the reading screen. (p. 78)

Specify the action taken when you press and hold

or , or tap or while reading a book.

(Chapter, Bookmarks&Notes)

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Settings

Auto

Refresh

Set an interval to refresh the screen while reading a book. (Every Page, Every Third Page,

Every Fifth Page, Every Tenth Page, Off)

The screen turns off and on quickly at every refresh interval.

Due to the electronic paper capabilities of the touch screen, your device may have afterimages. Tap to refresh the screen whenever needed.

Support

Update

Firmware

Reset

Update your device with the most recent firmware.

(p. 105)

Reset all settings to the factory defaults. (p. 101)

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Settings

Information

Product Information

: Enter or edit the device name, and view the model name, firmware version, manufacturer information, and MAC address.

Memory Information : View used and available memory.

User Information

: Enter your personal information. (name, company, phone, and email address)

-

You can enter up to 64 bytes with letters, numbers, or special characters for each user information field.

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Appendix

Reset the device

Reset the device using the reset button

If the device does not respond properly or will not turn off, press the reset button with your stylus to reset the device. Your saved files and customized settings will not be affected.

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Reset all settings

Reset all settings to the factory defaults.

1

From the Home screen, tap Settings.

2

Tap

Support tab

→ Reset.

3

Tap an option.

Option

Reset to Default

Settings

Delete All Data

Function

Reset the settings that you have customized

Reset the device to the factory default settings

Although you reset the device, your password, the time, and the product and user information you saved will not be affected.

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Appendix

4

When the pop-up window appears, tap

Yes.

▲ When you select Delete All Data

5

When the reset is complete, tap OK.

Install and use the Virtual Printer

The Virtual Printer program is provided on the supplied

CD-ROM. You can use this program to optimize book and image files for viewing on your device.

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Install Virtual Printer

1

Insert the CD-ROM into an appropriate drive on your

PC.

2

Click Virtual Printer and follow the on-screen instructions to install the program.

From the default printer setting screen, click No to install

Virtual Printer or Yes to install and set Virtual Printer as a default printer.

3

When the installation is complete, connect the device to the PC with the USB cable.

The Virtual Printer program can be used only with your device.

To directly convert book or image files without the need to change printer settings, set the Virtual Printer as the default. To print files, you must select a physical printer.

Use Virtual Printer

1

Connect the device to a PC with the USB cable.

The pop-up window appears.

2

Tap

Yes.

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3

Open a book or image files on the PC.

4

Make the print order and select Samsung Virtual

Printer from the name drop-down list.

5

When the Samsung Virtual Printer window appears, click Print.

If the Samsung Virtual Printer window appears, select a location to save the output file, folder name, and a file format, and then click Print.

Optimized files will be saved in the

Images folder on your device. You can view optimized files by accessing the

Images menu on your device.

Update firmware

Download and install the latest firmware from the

Samsung Electronics web page http://www.samsung.com/

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Appendix

1

Connect the device to a PC with the USB cable.

2

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

3

Visit the Samsung Electronics web page

(http://www.samsung.com/) and enter your device’s model name to search for the latest firmware.

4

Open My Computer on the desktop and double-click the removable disk icon.

The name of the removable disk may vary by PC.

5

Transfer the new firmware to the Firmware_Update

folder. (Copy files

→ p. 22)

6

Safely remove the removable disk from the PC and

disconnect the USB cable. (p. 25)

7

From the Home screen, tap Settings.

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8

Tap Support tab

→ Update Firmware.

The pop-up window appears.

9

When the pop-up window appears, tap Yes.

The firmware will be updated.

When the update is complete, the device will reboot automatically.

Do not disconnect the USB cable or turn the device off while the update is in progress, as this may result in loss of data or damage to the device.

You can check the current firmware by tapping

Settings

→ Support tab → Information → Product

Information. (p. 100)

Troubleshooting

If you are having trouble with your device, try these troubleshooting before contacting a service professional.

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Issue

I pressed the power button, but the device does not turn on.

Resolution

Connect the USB cable to charge the battery.

Disconnect the USB cable and then press the reset button with the stylus.

(p. 101)

The device will not charge even with the USB cable connected.

The device will not turn on even with the USB cable connected.

Ensure that the USB cable is connected properly.

Check the connection between the device and the USB cable.

The screen always seems to be locked.

The time setting is not correct.

From the Home screen, tap Settings

General tab

→ Sleep Timer to change the time delay. (Sleep Timer

→ p. 92)

The current time settings may be lost when the battery discharges completely.

Set the current time again. (p. 37)

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Issue

I can not see a downloaded or copied book in the book list.

Resolution

Connect the USB cable and ensure the device is recognized as a removable disk. Then disconnect the USB cable to

synchronize with a PC. (Copy files

p. 22)

The device turns off when I disconnect the USB cable from a PC during data synchronization.

I draw a curve, but it appears as a straight line.

Letters and images are not clear.

Reset the device and then copy files to the device by connecting the USB cable.

(Reset the device

→ p. 101, Copy files

→ p. 22)

Your device may not recognize your inputs correctly right after refreshing the screen. Wait until the refresh is complete.

Tap .

Image files do not display on the screen.

The maximum resolution supported by the device is 12M. Image files with a higher resolution will appear in the file list, but the image itself can not be displayed on the screen.

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Specifications

*

Model name E65

Panel

Type

Resolution

Color

Active Matrix Electrophoretic

Display

600×800 pixel

8 Level Gray Scale

Hardware

Software

Sound

USB

Voltage

Battery

Touch screen Type

OS

Device 2.0

When connected to a PC:

USB 5 V

Li-Ion 1500 mAh

EMR Pen Touch Type

(Text Input, OSK supported)

Linux 2.6.29

Stereo 0.3w + 0.3w (Earphone supported)

Wireless

Wi-Fi 802.11b/g

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Product

Dimensions

(W x H x D)

Weight

125.5x194x13 mm

212 g

(including the battery: 244 g)

USB cable

File support

Micro type

Books

Music

Images ePUB, PDF **, TXT

MP3

BMP, JPG, JPEG (Progressive

JPG is not supported)

* Specifications in the user manual are subject to be changed without prior notice.

* The wireless device can not provide services related to personal safety because of the possibility of radio interference.

* This device is a domestic DSRC (Dedicated Short Range

Communication) wireless device.

** PDF files are not displayed properly if the files do not comply with the

PDF/A standard.

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Open Source License

To send inquiries and requests for questions regarding open sources, contact

Samsung via Email ([email protected]).

• This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the

Independent JPEG Group.

• This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the Freetype

Project.

• This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the OpenSSL

Project.

• This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the GPL/

LGPL.

GPL software: Linux Kernel, Busybox, Binutils, MPlayer, wpa_supplicant, U-boot,

Wireless_tools

LGPL software: Glibc, avahi

To view unofficial translations of the GPL and LGPL, please visit the following link: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0-translations.html http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/lgpl-2.1-translations.html

The GNU General Public License (GPL) Version 2, June 1991

Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA

Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

Preamble

The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundation’s

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Appendix software and to any other program whose authors commit to using it. (Some other Free

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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.

You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your school, if any, to sign a “copyright disclaimer” for the library, if necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:

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The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL

License and the original SSLeay license apply to the toolkit.

See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style

Open Source licenses. In case of any license issues related to OpenSSL please contact [email protected]

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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

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All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment: “This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL

Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)”

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The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact [email protected]

Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL” appear in their names without prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.

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THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT

(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE

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This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected]).

This product includes software written by Tim Hudson ([email protected]).

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This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young ([email protected]).

The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.

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The FreeType Project LICENSE

2006-Jan-27

Copyright 1996-2002, 2006 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg

Introduction

The FreeType Project is distributed in several archive packages; some of them may contain, in addition to the FreeType font engine, various tools and contributions which rely on, or relate to, the FreeType Project.

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We specifically permit and encourage the inclusion of this software, with or without modifications, in commercial products.

We disclaim all warranties covering The FreeType Project and assume no liability related to The FreeType Project. Finally, many people asked us for a preferred form for a credit/ disclaimer to use in compliance with this license. We thus encourage you to use the following text: “”” Portions of this software are copyright ?<year> The FreeType Project

(www.freetype.org). All rights reserved. “”” Please replace <year> with the value from the

FreeType version you actually use.

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Definitions : Throughout this license, the terms ‘package’, ‘FreeType Project’, and ‘FreeType archive’ refer to the set of files originally distributed by the authors (David Turner, Robert

Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg) as the ‘FreeType Project’, be they named as alpha, beta or final release. ‘You’ refers to the licensee, or person using the project, where ‘using’ is a generic term including compiling the project’s source code as well as linking it to form a

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FreeType Project is copyright © 1996-2000 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner

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Index

A

Adobe Digital Editions 38

B

Battery

capacity 15

charging 13

inserting 11

removing 13

Bookmarks 51

Books

deleting 55

downloading 23

viewing 41

viewing on TV screen 50

Bookstore 56

C

Calendar 69

Charging indicator 14

D

Dictionary

adding words 79

looking up words 77

using instant function 78 viewing search results 78 viewing word list 78

E

EmoLink

changing group 29

initializing 26

receiving files 28

sending files 26

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Events

creating 69

deleting 73

viewing 70

F

Files

copying 23

cropping and zooming

PDF 48

downloading 56

receiving via EmoLink 28

sending via EmoLink 26

Firmware 105

H

Highlights

adding memos 53

looking up words 54

using 52

Home screen 31

I

Icons 35

Images

deleting 90

viewing 85

viewing zip files 87

M

Memory card 21

Menus

accessing 30

viewing books 41

viewing images 85

Music

deleting 84

playing 81

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N

Notes

adding pages 57

bookmarking 60

creating 57

deleting 67

locking pages 60

viewing 63

O

Outlook installing Samsung Outlook

Sync 74 synchronizing schedules 74

viewing schedules 76

P

Password 37

R

Reset device 101

S

Secondary power

connector 13

Settings

applications 98

changing 91

customizing 36

general 92

network 94

resetting to default 102

support 99

Stylus

storing 18

using 19

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T

Touch screen

locking and unlocking 17

U

USB

charging 13

disconnecting 25

V

Virtual printer 103

W

Wireless network 34

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