Philips SPF5010/75 Quick start guide

Philips SPF5010/75 Quick start guide
PhotoFrame
SPF5008
SPF5208
SPF5010
SPF5210
SPF7008
SPF7208
SPF7010
SPF7210
Quick start guide
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Get started
Play
Setup
EN
What’s in the box
Stand
Philips Digital PhotoFrame
AC-DC power adaptor
PhotoFrame
SPH8008
SPF2107
SPA2007
Quick start guide
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Connect
Install
Enjoy
Eng
CD-ROM, including
• Digital User Manual
• (SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210) Philips
PhotoFrame Manager
(Software and User
Manual)
USB cable
(not supplied to
SPF5010/SPF5210)
Quick Start Guide
What you also need
AC
AC power socket
Memory card / USB
Computer
1 Get started
Install the stand
Control buttons
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2
a
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Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
•
Access the home screen
•
•
Access the quick menu
Access option menu
3
b
Insert the stand into the PhotoFrame.
Position the indication on the stand to the
position.
(SPF5008/SPF5208) Turn the stand anticlockwise 45 degrees to the position and
lock it to the PhotoFrame firmly.
c
d Zoom in/out
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•
Zoom in an image
Switch modes: Album mode → thumbnail
mode → slideshow mode → zoom in 2
times → zoom in 4 times
Zoom out an image
Switch modes: Album mode ← thumbnail
mode ← slideshow mode ← zoom out 2
times ← zoom out 4 times
e Up/down slider
Scroll up/down at high speed
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•
Select the upper item
Increase the volume
Select the item below
Decrease the volume
f OK
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•
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Display slideshow
Play/Pause slideshow/video
Confirm a selection
g Left/right slider
Scroll left/right at high speed
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•
Select the left item
Select the right item
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(SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210) Turn the stand clockwise
45 degrees to the position and lock it to the
PhotoFrame firmly.
Connect power
1
Connect the supplied power cord to the DC
socket of the PhotoFrame.
• SPF5008/SPF5208
b
a
•
SPF5010/SFP5210/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210
For other times when the on screen language is
selected:
1
Press and hold for more than 1 second.
» The home screen is displayed.
•
To turn off the PhotoFrame, press and hold
for about 2 seconds.
Transfer photos/music or video
files from an SD card
b
a
Caution
• Do not remove a storage device from the PhotoFrame
when files are transferring from or to the storage
device.
2
Connect the power cord to a power supply
socket.
Turn on/off the PhotoFrame
Note
• You can only turn off the PhotoFrame after all copy
and save actions are complete.
For the first time use:
1
Press and hold for more than 1 second.
» The language selection menu is displayed.
2
Select a language, and then tap OK to confirm.
» The home screen is displayed.
For details on other applicable storage device, refer to
the User Manual of your PhotoFrame in the supplied
CD-ROM.
1
Insert an SD card or other storage device into
the PhotoFrame firmly.
• SPF5008/SPF5208
•
SPF5010/SPF5210/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210
Transfer by Philips PhotoFrame
Manager (SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
Recommended way for SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210.
Caution
• Do not disconnect the PhotoFrame from the PC when
files are transferring between the PhotoFrame and
the PC.
•
Note
An option menu is displayed.
• Ensure that Philips PhotoFrame Manager is installed
on your PC.
1
2
Select [Transfer], and then tap OK to confirm.
» A confirmation message is displayed.
3
To select all photos or video/music files, select
[Yes] and then tap OK to confirm.
• To select some of photos or video/
music files, select [No] and then tap OK
to confirm. Tap / / / and OK
to select photos or video/music files,
and then tap to continue the transfer
operation.
4
•
Select a destination album on the PhotoFrame,
and then tap OK to confirm.
» Photos/video files are transferred to the
PhotoFrame.
To remove a storage device, pull it out from
the PhotoFrame.
Connect the supplied USB cable to the
PhotoFrame and to a PC.
» Philips PhotoFrame Manager starts
automatically.
2
Select [Transfer Photos] / [Tranfer Music] /
[Transfer Video].
2 Play
Browse photos/video files in
album mode
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3
4
5
6
In the home screen, select [Browse] and then
tap OK to confirm.
Under [My frame photos] / [My frame music] /
[My frame videos], select a destination album/
folder.
Under [My computer photos] / [My computer
music] / [My computer videos], select photos
or video/music files.
Click the
icon to start transfer.
After all transfer actions are complete,
disconnect the USB cable from the PC and the
PhotoFrame.
» Photos/video files are displayed in album
mode.
Tip
• If Philips PhotoFrame Manager does not start
•
automatically, you can double click its icon on the
desktop of your PC to start it.
You can also drag and drop photos from the
PhotoFrame to a PC.
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3
Select an album, and then tap to access the
album.
Tap / / / to browse photos/video files in
the album.
Tip
• If you select an album and then tap OK , photos/video
files in the selected album are displayed in slideshow.
Play photos/video files
Play background music
Note
• With the PhotoFrame, you can play JPEG/progressive
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•
1
JPEG photos and most video clips of a digital still
camera in M-JPEG (*.avi/*.mov), MPEG-1 (*.mpg),
MPEG-4 (*.avi/*.mov/*.mp4), H.263 (*.avi/*.mov)
format. Some video clips might have compatibility
issues when played on your PhotoFrame. Before
playing, ensure that these video clips are compatible
with your PhotoFrame.
Some video clips in a format which is not compatible
well with your PhotoFrame, like *.3gp/*.3g2 and some
others, may be played with no audio output. When a
video clip is played with no audio output, the icon is
displayed on the screen.
In album/thumbnail/filmstrip mode, a video file is
displayed with the icon on the left top corner.
Note
• Only MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer III) music files can be
played on the PhotoFrame.
1
During photo display, tap .
» An option menu is displayed.
2
Tap repeatedly to select [Play Background
Music], and then tap OK to confirm.
3
Select [Set Music], and then tap OK to
confirm.
4
5
Select a folder.
In the home screen, select [Play] and then tap
OK to confirm.
» Photos/video files are displayed in slideshow
mode.
During play:
To view the album in which the slideshow
image/video is saved, tap twice.
• To adjust volume, tap /
• To pause/resume play, tap OK .
• To play the previous/next file, tap / .
•
To play all music files in the folder, tap OK to
confirm.
• To play a single music file, tap to access
the folder, select a music file, and then
tap OK to confirm.
If you have set music before:
• In [Play Background Music] menu, select
[Turn On] and then tap OK to confirm.
•
Selected music files are played.
1
In the home screen, select [Theme Clock] and
then tap OK to confirm.
2
Select [Show Current], and then tap OK to
confirm.
To stop music play:
• In [Play Background Music] menu, select
[Turn Off] and then tap OK to confirm.
Tip
• After a music file is selected, you can tap
to access
the option menu to copy/delete it.
Display a theme clock (SPF5008/
SPF5208/SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
To select and install another theme clock:
Note
• Ensure that you have installed a theme clock in your
PhotoFrame.
• You can also download latest theme clocks from www.
philips.com/support, in the coming future.
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2
3
4
Download a theme clock and save it in an SD
card before you install it.
Insert the SD card into the PhotoFrame.
In [Theme Clock] menu, select [Select Other]
and then tap OK to confirm.
Select a theme clock, and then tap OK to
confirm.
» After the theme clock is installed, it is
displayed automatically.
3 Setup
2
Select [Bluetooth], and then tap OK to
confirm.
3
4
Select [Setup], and then tap OK to confirm.
Bluetooth (SPF7008/SPF7208/
SPF7010/SPF7210)
Note
• Bluetooth connectivity is available only on SPF7008/
SPF7208/SPF7010/SPF7210.
Set up Bluetooth connection
With the PhotoFrame, you can set up Bluetooth
connection with a device like a mobile phone. Once a
device is recognized, it is automatically accepted when
it tries to connect with the PhotoFrame.
1
In the home screen, select [Settings] and then
tap OK to confirm.
Select [Bluetooth On], and then tap OK to
confirm.
•
To set off Bluetooth connection, select
[Bluetooth Off] and then tap OK to
confirm.
Tip
• If Bluetooth connection on your PhotoFrame is
•
is displayed on the topenabled, the Bluetooth icon
right corner of the screen.
Photos obtained via Bluetooth connection are saved
in the Bluetooth album. You can access or manage the
Bluetooth album the same way you access or manage
other albums on the PhotoFrame.
Set Bluetooth pin code
To keep security, you can set a pin code (from 1 to
16 digits) on the PhotoFrame. The default pin code
is 0000.
1
2
Send photos via Bluetooth
connection by your mobile
phone
In the home screen, select [Settings] and then
tap OK to confirm.
Select [Bluetooth], and then tap OK to
confirm.
Note
• Ensure that Bluetooth connection on your mobile
phone is enabled.
• Ensure that Bluetooth connection on your
PhotoFrame is enabled.
• Detailed operation procedure may vary based on
different mobile phones.
On your mobile phone:
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2
3
4
3
4
Select [Security], and then tap OK to confirm.
Select [Pin Code], and then tap OK to
confirm.
» A key pad is displayed.
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6
7
Select a number, and then tap OK to confirm.
8
To set the pin code on, select [Pin Code On]
and then tap OK to confirm.
• To set the pin code off, select [Pin Code
Off] and then tap OK to confirm.
Repeat Step 5 until the pin code is complete.
Select [Enter], and then tap OK to confirm.
Select photos to be sent to the PhotoFrame.
Select [Send] > [Bluetooth], and then confirm
the selection.
» Your Philips PhotoFrame is searched.
If a pin code is required, enter the pin code
(0000 by default ) of the PhotoFrame.
Select [Send], and then confirm the selection.
» Selected photos are sent to and saved in
the Bluetooth album on the PhotoFrame.
Frequently asked questions
Is the LCD screen touch-enabled?
The LCD screen is not touch-enabled. After
you turn on the PhotoFrame, you can use the
touch boarder on the front panel to control the
PhotoFrame.
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.
Can I use the PhotoFrame to delete photos on a
memory card?
Yes, it supports operations to delete photos on
external devices such as a memory card. Ensure that
you enable the delete function on a memory card
available on the PhotoFrame.
Why does the PhotoFrame not go into auto-off
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.
• Ensure that you adjust brightness sensor
correctly. If the auto-on level is too close to
the auto-off level, this function cannot take
effect.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of my
photos?
• The PhotoFrame plays only JPEG photos
(maximum: 8000 x 6000 pixel resolution) and
progressive JPEG photos (maximum: 1024 x
768 pixel resolution).
• Ensure that these photos are not damaged.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of my
video files?
• The PhotoFrame plays most video clips of a
digital still camera in M-JPEG (*.avi/*.mov),
MPEG-1 (*.mpg), MPEG-4 (*.avi/*.mov/*.mp4),
H.263 (*.avi/*.mov) format. Some video clips
might have compatibility issues when played
on your PhotoFrame. Before playing, ensure
that these video clips are compatible with your
PhotoFrame.
• Ensure that the size of the video files are
applicable to your PhotoFrame (For details,
see “Product information” in the User Manual).
• Ensure that the video files are not damaged.
Why cannot my PhotoFrame show video files even I
could see them in [Browse] mode, and I played them
before?
Ensure that [Slideshow Photo Only] is not enabled.
To play video in slideshow mode:
1. In slideshow mode, tap .
2. In the displayed option menu, select [Slideshow
Photo Only].
3. In the displayed message, select [No] and then
tap OK to confirm.
Now you can play these video files in slideshow.
Welcome to Philips!
Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
Can I use the PhotoFrame during its display auto-off
periods?
Yes.
When the PhotoFrame is in standby (sleep) mode,
you can press to wake up the PhotoFrame.
The PhotoFrame is ON but the PhotoFrame does
not respond anymore. What can I do?
Ensure that the PhotoFrame is turned on. Then, use
a pin to trigger the RESET button located on the
back to restore the system.
© Royal Philips Electronics N.V. 2009
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_V2.1
Printed in China
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