Philips SPF4008/10, SPF4008/05, SPF4208/10, SPF4008/12, SPF4208/75, SPF4208/12 Quick start guide

Philips SPF4008/10, SPF4008/05, SPF4208/10, SPF4008/12, SPF4208/75, SPF4208/12 Quick start guide
PhotoFrame
SPF4008
SPF4208
Quick start guide
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Get started
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Setup
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What’s in the box
AC-DC power adaptor
Stand
Philips Digital PhotoFrame
PhotoFrame
Quick start guide
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Get started
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Setup
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CD-ROM, including
• Digital User Manual
• Philips PhotoFrame Manager
(Software and User Manual)
Quick Start Guide
What you also need
AC
AC power socket
Memory card/USB
Computer
1 Get started
Control buttons
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Turn the stand anti-clockwise 45 degrees
to the position and lock it to the
PhotoFrame firmly.
Connect power
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Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
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Play slideshow/music/video
Toggle between slideshow mode,
browse mode, and calendar mode
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Note
• When you position the PhotoFrame, ensure that
the power plug and outlet are easily accessible.
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/ / /
• Select the previous/next/right/left
option
d OK
• (For music/video) Pause or resume
play
• Confirm a selection
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Enter the main menu
Install the stand
To place the PhotoFrame on a flat surface,
attach the supplied stand to the back of the
PhotoFrame.
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Connect the power cord to the DC
socket of the PhotoFrame.
Insert the stand into the PhotoFrame.
Position the indication on the stand to the
position.
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Connect the power cord to a power
supply socket.
Turn on the PhotoFrame
Note
• You can only turn off the PhotoFrame after all
copy and save actions are complete.
For the first time use:
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Press and hold for more than 1 second.
» The language setting menu is displayed.
Connect a storage device
Caution
• Do not remove a storage device from the
PhotoFrame when files are transferring from or
to the storage device.
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Select a language, and press OK to confirm.
» Help message for control keys is displayed.
You can play photos, music or video in one of
the following storage device which is connected
to the PhotoFrame:
• Secure Digital (SD)
• Secure Digital (SDHC)
• Multimedia Card
• Multimedia+ Card
• xD card
• Memory Stick
• Memory Stick Pro (with adaptor)
• USB memory drive
However, we do not guarantee the
operations for all types of memory card
media.
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Press any button to exit the help message.
» Photos are displayed in slideshow
mode.
For other times:
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Press and hold for more than 1 second.
» Help message for control keys is
displayed.
Press any button to exit the help
message.
» Photos are displayed in slideshow
mode.
To turn off the PhotoFrame, press and
hold .
Insert a storage device firmly.
» Photos in the storage device are
displayed in slideshow mode.
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To remove a storage device, pull it out
from the PhotoFrame.
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Display photos
Note
• You can play only JPEG photos on the
PhotoFrame.
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In the main menu, select [Photos] and
then press OK to confirm.
Press to start slideshow play.
• In slideshow mode, press / to
display the next/previous photo.
• In slideshow mode, press to toggle
between slideshow, browse, and
calendar mode.
Tip
• In slideshow mode, the PhotoFrame displays all
photos automatically.
• In browse mode, the PhotoFrame displays the
current photo and you can press / to display
the next/previous photo.
• In calendar mode, the PhotoFrame displays
photos with the calendar.
Play video
Note
• You can play only M-JPEG video files (in *.avi
format) on the PhotoFrame.
• For best compatibility, you can use bundled
PC software, Philips PhotoFrame Manager
(for Windows) to transfer video files to your
PhotoFrame and play.
» Available photo sources are displayed.
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Select a photo source, and then press OK
to confirm.
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Select an album, and then press OK to
confirm.
» Photos in the album are displayed in
thumbnail mode.
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In the main menu, select [Video] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select a source, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select an album/folder, and then press
OK to confirm.
• To select files in a sub-folder, repeat
step 3.
Select a file to play.
• To select all files, press and hold OK .
Press to start play.
During play :
To stop, press and hold .
To pause, press OK .
To resume, press OK again.
To play in full screen, press .
To stop play in full screen, press
To adjust volume, press / .
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To select the next/previous file, press
/ .
To mute play, press and hold until the
icon is displayed.
To change repeat mode, press
repeatedly.
Play music
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To select files in a sub-folder, repeat
step 3.
Select a file, and then press OK to
confirm.
• To select all files, press and hold OK .
Press
to access the menu list.
Select [Play at Background], and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Yes], and then press OK to start
play.
Note
• You can play only MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer III)
music files on the PhotoFrame.
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In the main menu, select [Music] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select a source, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select an album/folder, and then press
OK to confirm.
• To select files in a sub-folder, repeat
step 3.
Select a file to play.
• To select all files, press and hold OK .
Press to start play.
During play :
To pause, press OK .
To resume, press OK again.
To stop, press .
To select the next/previous file, press
/ .
To adjust volume, press / .
To mute play, press and hold until the
icon is displayed.
To change repeat mode, press
repeatedly.
Display collage photos
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In the main menu, select [Slideshow] and
then press OK to confirm.
Play background music
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In the main menu, select [Music] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select a source, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select an album/folder, and then press
OK to confirm.
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Select [Collage], and then press OK to
confirm.
3 Setup
Select on-screen language
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In the main menu, select [Setup] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Multi], and then press OK to confirm.
Select a layout.
Press
(Right) to select [Photo 1].
Press (Right) again to access the photo
source options.
Select a photo from a photo source.
Repeat steps 5 to 7 until all photos are
selected for the format.
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Select [Language], and then press OK to
confirm.
Select [Language Setting], and then press
OK to confirm.
Select a language, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select photo background
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Press to start collage display.
• To stop collage display, select
[Slideshow] > [Collage] > [Single]
and then press OK to confirm.
Tip
• If you select a collage layout, the PhotoFrame
displays a static collage and the slideshow mode
is deactivated.
• If you select [Random] format, the PhotoFrame
automatically does the random collage base on
the optimal layout of photos and displays the
collages in slideshow mode.
You can select a background border color for
photos that are smaller than the screen of the
PhotoFrame.
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In the main menu, select [Slideshow] and
then press OK to confirm.
Select [Background Color], and then
press OK to confirm.
Select a background color / [Auto fit] /
[RadiantColor], and then press OK to
confirm.
» If you select a background color, the
PhotoFrame displays a photo with a
background color or black bar.
Set time and date
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In the main menu, select [Setup] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Time and Date], and then press
OK to confirm.
» If you select [Auto fit], the PhotoFrame
extends a photo to fill the screen with
picture distortion.
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Select [Set time] / [Set date], and then
press OK to confirm.
Press / / / and OK to enter the
current time/date, and then press OK to
confirm.
» If you select [RadiantColor], the
PhotoFrame extends the color on the
edges of a photo that is smaller than
the full screen to fill the screen without
black bars or aspect ratio distortion.
Set an event reminder
You can create a reminder for a special event,
and you can also select a photo to be displayed
at a selected time.
Tip
• Ensure that you set the current time and date
of the PhotoFrame before you set an event
reminder.
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Create an event reminder
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Select a reminder, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select [Event Reminder], and then press
OK to confirm.
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Select [Event Reminder], and then press
OK to confirm.
In the main menu, select [Setup] and
press OK to confirm.
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In the main menu, select [Setup] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [New reminder], and then press
OK to confirm.
» A keypad is displayed.
To enter the new name (up to 24
characters), select an alphabet/number
and then press OK to confirm.
• To switch between uppercase
and lowercase, select [abc] on the
displayed keypad and then press OK
to confirm.
When the name is complete, select
[Enter] and then press OK to confirm.
Set event time and date
Note
• Ensure that you set the current time and date of
the PhotoFrame before you set time and date
for an event reminder.
Select [Set time] / [Set date], and then
press OK to confirm.
Press / / / and OK to set the time/
date, and then press OK to confirm.
Tip
• When the reminder alerts, you can press any
button once to stop the reminder. To stop the
snooze function, press the same button twice.
Set on/off a reminder
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In the main menu, select [Setup] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Event Reminder], and then press
OK to confirm.
Select a reminder, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select [Set], and then press OK to
confirmn.
• Select [On] to set the reminder on,
and then press OK to confirm.
• To set the reminder off, select [Off]
and then press OK to confirm.
Select a reminder photo
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You can select a photo to display for a
reminder. Each event reminder activates the
latest defined photo only. If there is no defined
photo, the reminder takes the default Philips
start up photo.
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In the main menu, select [Setup] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Event Reminder], and then press
OK to confirm.
Select a reminder, and then press OK to
confirm.
Select [Photo], and then press OK to
confirm.
Select a photo source, and then press OK
to confirm.
Select a photo, and then press OK to
confirm.
Set display auto on/off by
time
You can configure the time for the PhotoFrame
to turn on or off the display automatically.
Note
• Ensure that you set the current time and date
of the PhotoFrame before you set the auto on/
off function.
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In the main menu, select [Setup] and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Smart power], and then press OK
to confirm.
Select [Set time], and then press OK to
confirm.
Select [Weekday] / [Weekend], and then
press OK to confirm.
Select [Auto on] / [Auto off], and then
press OK to confirm.
• To cancel [Auto on] / [Auto off],
select [Set On/Off] > [Off].
Press / / / and OK to set the time
for auto-on/auto-off function, and then
press OK to confirm.
Tip
• Weekday: Monday 00:00 to Friday 23:59
• Weekend: Saturday 00:00 to Sunday 23:59
Frequently asked questions
Is the LCD screen touch-enabled?
The LCD screen is not touch-enabled. Use the
buttons on the back to control the PhotoFrame.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
my photos?
The PhotoFrame supports only JPEG photos.
Ensure that these JPEG photos are not
damaged.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
my music files?
The PhotoFrame only supports MP3 (MPEG
Audio Layer III) music files. Ensure that these
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer III) music files are
not damaged.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
my video files?
The PhotoFrame only supports M-JPEG
video files (in *.avi format). Ensure that these
M-JPEG (motion JPEG) video files are not
damaged.
Why does the PhotoFrame not go into autooff status after I set it?
Ensure that you set the current time, autooff time, and auto-on time correctly. The
PhotoFrame automatically turns off its display
exactly at the auto-off time. If the time has
already passed for the day, it starts to enter
auto-off status at the specified time from the
next day.
Can I use the PhotoFrame during its display
auto-off periods?
Yes. You can press to wake up the
PhotoFrame.
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All rights reserved.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips
Electronics N.V. or their respective owners.
QSG_V1.0
Printed in China
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