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Dfi ART101 Installation Guide Manual
ART101
Rugged Tablet
User's Manual
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Table of Contents
Introduction ....................................................................................... 5
Features ........................................................................................................ 5
Package Contents ........................................................................................ 5
Product Overview ......................................................................................... 6
Front ..................................................................................................... 6
Back ..................................................................................................... 7
Top and Bottom .................................................................................... 8
Left and Right ....................................................................................... 9
Getting Started .................................................................................. 10
Installing the Memory Card ........................................................................... 10
Installing the SIM Card ................................................................................. 10
Charging the Battery ..................................................................................... 11
Charging by Power Outlet .................................................................... 11
Connecting Devices ...................................................................................... 12
Powering the Device On/Off ......................................................................... 13
Sleep Mode .......................................................................................... 13
Unlocking the Screen .................................................................................... 14
Using the Rugged Tablet .................................................................. 15
Using the Touch Screen ............................................................................... 15
Understanding the Interface ......................................................................... 16
Home Screen Overview ....................................................................... 16
Status and Notifications ....................................................................... 17
Opening Applications ........................................................................... 18
Accessing the Quick Menu ................................................................... 18
Settings and Operation ..................................................................... 19
Access the Settings Menu ............................................................................ 19
Manage Wireless Settings ............................................................................ 19
Manage Bluetooth Settings ........................................................................... 21
Manage Ethernet Settings ............................................................................ 22
Manage Data Usage ..................................................................................... 24
Configure More Wireless and Networks Features ........................................ 25
Configure Sound Options ............................................................................. 27
Configure Barcode Reader Options .............................................................. 28
Configure MSR Options (By Project Request) .............................................. 29
Configure Display Settings ........................................................................... 30
Configure Storage Settings ........................................................................... 31
Configure Battery Usage .............................................................................. 32
Configure Apps ............................................................................................. 33
Configure Users ............................................................................................ 34
Add a User Account ............................................................................. 35
Modify a User Account ......................................................................... 35
Delete a User Account ......................................................................... 36
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Configure Location Access ........................................................................... 36
Configure Security Settings .......................................................................... 37
Configure Language and Input Settings ....................................................... 38
Backup and Reset ........................................................................................ 39
Configure Email Account .............................................................................. 39
Configure Date and Time Settings ................................................................ 40
Configure Accessibility Options .................................................................... 41
Developer Options ........................................................................................ 42
About Tablet ................................................................................................. 43
Additional Features ........................................................................... 45
Reading a Barcode ....................................................................................... 45
MSR Module (By Project Request) ............................................................... 47
Testing the MSR Module ...................................................................... 47
IC Card Module (By Project Request) .......................................................... 48
Testing the IC Card Module ................................................................. 48
NFC Module .................................................................................................. 49
Enabling NFC Module .......................................................................... 49
Fingerprint Scanner Module (By Project Request) ....................................... 50
Ethernet Feature ........................................................................................... 52
Appendix ............................................................................................ 53
Specifications ................................................................................................ 53
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................ 55
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Preface
Copyright
Copyright © 2015. All rights reserved.
No part of this user manual may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval
system, or translated into any language, in any form or by any means, without
permission from the manufacturer.
Google, the Google logo, Android, the Android logo and Tags are trademarks of
Google Inc.
Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wireless Fidelity Alliance.
microSD is a trademark of SD Card Association.
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Java, JME and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
All other products use in this device and trademarks mentioned herein are trademarks
or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Safety Information
Read the following safety information before using the device.
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Use only the power adaptor provided by the manufacturer. Use of unauthorized
accessories may void the warranty.
Avoid using the device near electromagnetic sources such as TVs, radios, and
microwave ovens.
Unplug the power adaptor from the wall outlet during lightning storms to avoid
electric shock or fire.
Do not expose the device to direct sunlight over a long period of time.
Do not use harsh chemicals or detergents to clean the device.
Do not handle the device with wet hands while it is being charged. This may cause
an electric shock or serious damage to the device.
Do not operate the device while it is being charged. This may cause unforeseen
damage.
Do not store the device in temperatures lower than -20ºC or higher than 60ºC.
The operating temperature for this device is from 0ºC to 40ºC.
Do not use the device on board an aircraft.
SAR Information
THIS MOBILE DEVICE MEETS GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These
guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and
include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of
age and health.
The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement known as
the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is
2.0 W/kg averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions with the device transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating device can
be below the maximum value because the device is designed to use only the power
required to reach the network. That amount changes depending on a number of
factors such as how close you are to a network base station. The highest SAR value
under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the device at the body is 0.517 W/kg. Use of
device accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR values. SAR
values may vary depending on national reporting and testing requirements and the
network band. The device could be used with a separation distance of 0 cm to the
human body.
Federal Communications Commission Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
device generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation if this device does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.
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Regulatory Statement
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RF Exposure Information (SAR)
This device meets the government’s requirements for exposure to radio waves. This
device is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure
to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of
the U.S. Government. The exposure standard employs a unit of measurement known
as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg.
Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions accepted by the FCC
with the EUT transmitting at the specified power level in different channels.
The highest SAR value for the device as reported to the FCC is 1.408 W/kg when
placed next to the body.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this device with all reported
SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR
information on this device is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display
Grant section of www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid after searching on FCC ID: E5YART101.
This device is compliance with SAR for general population /uncontrolled exposure
limits in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1999 and had been tested in accordance with the
measurement methods and procedures specified in OET Bulletin 65 Supplement C.
WEEE Notice
The WEEE logo on the product or on its box indicates that this product must not be
disposed of or dumped with your other household waste. You are liable to dispose of
all your electronic or electrical waste equipment by relocating over to the specified
collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste. Isolated collection and proper
recovery of your electronic and electrical waste equipment at the time of disposal will
allow us to help conserve natural resources. Moreover, proper recycling of the
electronic and electrical waste equipment will ensure safety of human health and
environment. For more information about electronic and electrical waste equipment
disposal, recovery, and collection points, please contact your local city center,
household waste disposal service, shop from where you purchased the equipment, or
manufacturer of the equipment.
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FCC Regulations
15.19(a)(3):
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
15.105(b):
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.
About this Manual
The content in this manual is as accurate as possible. However, due to continuous
product improvements, some contents and specifications may have been changed
since this manual was written. In this case, take the actual device as basis.
No part of this user manual may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval
system, or translated into any language, in any form or by any means, without a
written permission from the manufacturer.
Information is subject to change without prior notice.
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INTRODUCTION: Features
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Introduction
The ART101 Rugged Tablet is a compact and stylish designed tablet that uses the
latest ARM technology supporting mobile work input to ensure a high processing
performance. It is powered by Android 4.2 OS and combined with wireless
communication to expand its range. The design is sleek and light weight. Optional
features for ART101 are 2D barcode reader and 3G. 1D barcode reader, IC card
reader, MSR, and fingerprint scanner are by project request. These modular features
are combined in various ways to satisfy transportation and logistics, public sector and
hospitality related application settings.
Features
Standard features:
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Freescale i.MX 6 CPU 1G
Android 4.2.x OS
Bluetooth V4.0+HS
WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n
Accelerometer/e-compass/gyroscope/ambient light/vibrator
5.0 Megapixels rear camera AF with LED flash
2.0 Megapixels front camera
Support sunlight readable
4 finger capacitive touch
IP65 (without accessories)
Optional features:
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Docking for holding and charging
2D barcode reader
Built-in GPS
Hand strap
Package Contents
Rugged Tablet
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Power adapter
USB cable
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Product Overview
Front
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No.
Item
Description
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Touch panel
• Displays the screen output.
• Touch and drag items on the screen to provide
user input.
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Front Camera
For video chatting or taking self-photos.
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Volume / Function
Keys
• Press up to increase volume or move up a
function selection.
• Press down to decrease volume or move down a
function selection.
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RFID Antenna
Reads NFC tags and wireless smartcards.
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NFC Read LED
Lights blue when NFC reading is good.
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Power and System
LED
• Lights red/green for power and system status
• Lights red when the battery is charging.
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Back
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No.
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Item
Description
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Camera
For taking pictures or recording videos.
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Flash
Provides additional lighting when taking pictures.
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Speaker
Emits audio output.
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Scanner Trigger /
Function Button
Press to trigger the scanner function.
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SIM card slot
Insert a SIM card inside this slot.
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Top and Bottom
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micro
SD
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No.
Item
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Description
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2D Barcode Reader
Reads the barcode when the scanner trigger is
pressed.
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Memory Card Slot
Insert a microSD or microSDHC card for data
storage. Supports up to 32GB of memory card.
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Docking Connector
Connect to the docking unit.
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Left and Right
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No.
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Item
Description
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Scanner Trigger /
Function Button
Press to trigger the scanner function.
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Earphone and Mic
Jack
Connects to a headset (earphone and microphone).
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Micro HDMI Port
Connects to an external monitor or TV using an
HDMI cable.
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Micro USB Port
Connects to a computer using the supplied USB
cable for data transfer or for charging the battery.
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DC Jack
Connects to the power adapter for power supply.
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Power Button
• Turns the device on/off.
• Press once to put the device into Sleep mode.
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Strap eyelet
Attach a strap through the eyelet.
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Getting Started
Installing the Memory Card
1. Open the protective cap.
2. Insert the microSD card into the memory card slot as
shown in the illustration.
3. Close the protective cap.
Installing the SIM Card
1. Remove the screw securing the SIM card slot cover.
2. Push to unlock and flip the bracket.
3. Insert the SIM card into the bracket as
shown in the illustration.
4. Flip the bracket back and push to lock it in
place.
5. Attach the screw to secure the SIM card slot cover.
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Charging the Battery
The device battery can be charged directly from a power outlet or by connecting the
device to a computer.
When the battery is charging:
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The status LED lights red.
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When the device is turned on, the
the screen.
icon is displayed on the top-right corner of
Charging by Power Outlet
1. Open the protective cap.
2. Connect the power adaptor to the device.
3. Connect the power cord to the power adaptor and plug the other end of the
power cord to the wall outlet to start charging.
NOTE: Use only the supplied power adaptor to charge the battery. Using
other power adaptor and cord not authorized by the manufacturer may
damage the device and void the warranty.
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Connecting Devices
The tablet can be connected to different devices as shown on the following illustration.
HDMI
1. Open the protective cap on the left side of the tablet.
2. Connect one or more of the following devices:
• Connect an earphone with microphone to the Earphone jack.
• Connect an external monitor or TV to the micro HDMI port.
• Connect a PC for data transfer to the micro USB port.
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GETTING STARTED: Connecting Devices
GETTING STARTED: Powering the Device On/Off
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Powering the Device On/Off
To turn on the device:
Press and hold the Power button for 3 seconds to turn
on the device.
To turn off the device:
1. Press and hold the Power button for at least 3
seconds.
2. Touch Power off.
3. A confirmation message appears on the screen.
Touch OK to turn the device off.
Sleep Mode
To save power, put the device to Sleep mode when not in use. In Sleep mode, the
device is in Power On mode but the screen backlight is turned off.
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To put the device to Sleep mode, press the Power button once. The screen
backlight turns off.
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To turn the backlight on, press the Power button again.
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Unlocking the Screen
By default, the screen is locked after turning the device on or after a period of
inactivity. The screen lock time can be set in Settings menu (please see “Configure
Security Settings” on page 37).
To unlock the screen, drag
towards
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Using the Rugged Tablet
Using the Touch Screen
The device is equipped with a 10.1-inch touch screen.
The following describes some tips on how to use the touch screen.
Touching
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Touch an icon displayed on the screen to
select it.
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A pop-out menu may appear (depending on
the function in use) by touching and holding
on the screen.
Scrolling
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Scroll up/down: The finger up/down on the
screen.
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Scroll right/left: The finger right/left on the
screen.
Dragging
Touch and hold an icon to move its position.
Pinching
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Zoom in: move the two fingers apart from
each other at the specific area on the screen to zoom in.
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Zoom out: move the two fingers closer together at the specific area on the screen
to zoom out.
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Understanding the Interface
Home Screen Overview
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No.
Item
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Description
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Status Bar
Display status icons and notifications. See “Status
and Notifications” on page 17 for more information.
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Search Bar
Touch to do a search on the internet, application,
and contacts.
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Home screen
Main screen display.
• Touch items on the screen to select an application.
• Swipe the finger left or right to change panels.
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Back icon
Touch to go back to a previous screen display.
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Home icon
Touch to go back to the Home screen.
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Recent Apps icon
Touch to view the thumbnails of all previously
opened applications. Drag the thumbnail upwards or
downwards to remove the application from the
Recent Apps list.
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Application icon
Touch to display all applications installed on the
device. See “Opening Applications” on page 18 for
more information.
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Status and Notifications
The Status Bar always appears on top of the screen and indicates different types of
information.
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Item
Description
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Wi-Fi icon
Indicate the Wi-Fi signal strength.
To enable this function, see “Manage Wireless
Settings” on page 19.
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Network icon
Indicate the network signal strength.
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Battery icon
Indicate the battery status.
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Time
Display the system time.
To correct the time, see “Configure Date and Time
Settings” on page 40.
NOTE: Depending on the current application and available features for the device, the
icons displayed on the status bar may vary.
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Opening Applications
> APPS tab to access the pre-installed applications and device settings.
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Touch an icon to open the application.
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Swipe the finger left or right to view more applications.
Accessing the Quick Menu
The Quick Menu provides the quickest way to access Settings and modify common
device settings, such as screen brightness, rotation, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and others.
Drag the top right side of the status bar downwards to access the Quick Menu.
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Settings and Operation
This chapter covers information on how to customize wireless connection, display,
sound, and other settings.
Access the Settings Menu
To access the settings menu, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
2. Touch
> Settings tab.
> Settings.
Manage Wireless Settings
To connect to an available wireless network, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In WIRELESS & NETWORKS, set Wi-Fi to ON to enable the Wi-Fi function or
touch the Wi-Fi icon in Quick menu. More information on accessing the Quick
menu, please see “Accessing the Quick Menu” on page 18.
The device searches for available networks within range.
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3. Touch an available network connection.
4. If prompted, enter the password to connect to the Wi-Fi network, then touch
Connect.
NOTE: Password entry is required only for first time connection. Once the
device is connected to a network and Wi-Fi is enabled on the device,
the device will automatically connect to that network.
5. If your preferred wireless network is not in the list, you can add it manually by
touching
. Enter the network SSID and security information. Then touch
Save.
6. Touch
to see more Wi-Fi networking options.
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Manage Bluetooth Settings
To connect to a Bluetooth-enabled device, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In WIRELESS & NETWORKS, set Bluetooth to ON to enable the Bluetooth
function or touch the Bluetooth icon on Quick menu. More information on
accessing the Quick menu, please see “Accessing the Quick Menu” on
page 18.
The device searches for compatible Bluetooth devices in range.
NOTE: Touch SEARCH FOR DEVICES to manually search for compatible
Bluetooth devices in range.
3. To connect to a device, touch the device name.
4. Enter the passkey to connect and touch Pair. The passkey must be the same
passkey on the other device.
5. Touch
files.
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to rename the tablet, configure the visibility timeout, or view received
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Manage Ethernet Settings
IMPORTANT: By default the Ethernet tab is not visible on Settings. You need to
connect an Ethernet adapter to the device and perform the physical
network connection, and then the Ethernet tab becomes visible on
Settings. To connect the Ethernet adapter, please see “Ethernet
Feature” on page 52.
To configure the Ethernet parameters, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In WIRELESS & NETWORKS, set Ethernet to ON.
3. If your network type is DHCP, the IP address, and MAC address parameters are
displayed on the screen automatically. To configure static network parameters,
touch Static IP settings.
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4. Touch the following data fields:
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Use static IP: You need to checked this option if you want to use static
network.
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IP address: Enter the IP address separated by commas. Touch OK when
done.
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Gateway: Enter the gateway address separated by commas. Touch OK
when done.
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Netmask: Enter the netmask address separated by commas. Touch OK
when done.
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DNS 1: Enter the main DNS (DNS1) server address separated by commas.
Touch OK when done.
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DNS 2: Enter the secondary DNS (DNS 2) server address separated by
commas. Touch OK when done.
5. If you need to configure Proxy server settings, touch the Ethernet tab to access
the Ethernet main menu. Then do the following:
a) Touch Ethernet proxy settings and enter the parameters.
b) Touch Done to save the parameters.
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Manage Data Usage
To view the data usage on the device, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In WIRELESS & NETWORKS, touch Data usage.
The device data usage screen opens. On this screen you will see the overall
data usage within a time period.
NOTE: To change the time period, drag the left or right white indicator bar on
the graph to the left or right side.
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3. To see a chosen application data usage within a time period, touch the
application.
The application data usage screen opens.
4. Touch
to restrict background data, auto-sync data, or view mobile hotspots.
Configure More Wireless and Networks Features
In More... tab, you can set Airplane mode, configure VPN, tethering and portable
hotspot, NFC, Android Beam, and mobile network settings.
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In WIRELESS & NETWORKS, touch More... .
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3. Touch any of the following:
Airplane mode: Enable Airplane mode.
NOTE: In Airplane mode the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions are turned off.
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VPN: Touch
on the top right side of the screen to add a VPN profile.
Configure the parameters and touch Save. Then touch the VPN profile and
enter the username and password. Touch Connect. Wait until the
connection is done.
NOTE: To use VPN, you need to set Screen lock on the device. Please see
“Configure Security Settings” on page 37.
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Tethering & portable hotspot: Touch to configure USB tethering, enable
or disable portable Wi-Fi hotspot, set up Wi-Fi hotspot, enable or disable
Bluetooth tethering.
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NFC (Near Field Communication): Touch to enable or disable the data
exchange when the tablet touches another device.
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Android Beam: Touch to enable or disable to beam app content to another
NFC-capable device.
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Mobile networks: Touch to configure data enable access over Mobile
network, data roaming, Access Point names, use only 2G network, or
choose a network operator manually.
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Configure Sound Options
To configure the sound options, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Sound.
3. Touch any of the following:
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Volumes: Drag the slider left or right to adjust music, video, games and
other media sound, or notifications sound, or alarms sound. Touch OK
when the sound adjustment is done.
NOTE: You can also use the Volume up and Volume down keys on the front
panel of the device to regulate the volume. Please see “Front” on
page 6.
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Default notification sound: Choose your preferred default notification
sound and touch OK.
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Touch sounds: Enable or disable the sound when you touch the keys on
the screen. For example, touch OK to confirm the parameters you will hear
a specific sound.
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Screen lock sound: Enable or disable a sound when you lock or unlock
the screen.
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Vibrate on touch: Enable or disable vibration feedback when you touch
the keys on the screen.
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Configure Barcode Reader Options
Your tablet is equipped with a barcode reader. To configure the barcode reader
options, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Barcode Reader.
3. Touch any of the following options:
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Barcode reader: Check the box to enable barcode module function.
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Prefix Suffix settings: Configure the prefix and suffix characters.
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Code readable settings: Configure the code readable settings.
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Code options: Configure the code options.
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Intent mode settings: Configure the intent action and category.
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Data code type: Set the data code type among UTF-8, GB2312, or GBK.
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Handle barcode with URI content: Enable or disable reading the barcode
with URI content.
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Restore factory default settings: Return all barcode reader settings to
the factory default settings.
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Backup current settings: Backup the current barcode reader settings.
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Restore settings: Restore the barcode reader settings.
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Show the notification icon: Check this option to enable notification icon to
be displayed on the status bar.
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Good read notification: Check this option to enable sound after scanning
barcodes.
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Firmware Version: View the module firmware version.
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Configure MSR Options (By Project Request)
Your tablet is equipped with MSR (Magnetic Stripe Reader). To configure MSR
options, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch MSR.
3. Touch any of the following options:
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Track setting: Configure tracks order, start sentinels, and end sentinels
settings.
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Prefix and suffix settings: Configure the prefix and suffix characters for
package/track settings.
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Output setting: Configure the output mode, reader, and buzzer settings.
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Restore factory default settings: Return all MSR settings to the factory
default settings.
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Backup current settings: Backup current MSR settings.
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Restore settings: Restore MSR settings.
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MSR Demo: Select to test the MSR module.
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Firmware Version: The module firmware version.
SETTINGS AND OPERATION: Configure Display Settings
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Configure Display Settings
To configure the display settings, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Display.
3. Touch any of the following options:
•
Brightness: Drag the slider left or right to adjust screen brightness.
•
Wallpaper: Select the preferred Home screen background from the gallery,
live wallpapers, or (static) wallpapers.
•
Sleep: Set the period of time when the device will switch to sleep mode.
•
Daydream: Set the screen action that is displayed (clock or colors) when
the device is in daydream mode.
•
Font size: Set the preferred text font size.
•
Wireless display: Mirror your device’s screen to another miracast-capable
device in Wi-Fi network.
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Configure Storage Settings
To view and configure the storage settings, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Storage.
The overall storage usage information is displayed on the screen as a graph
and as individual components.
3. Touch any of the category below the graph to view more detailed information on
its storage usage.
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Configure Battery Usage
To view and configure the battery usage, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Battery.
The overall battery usage information is displayed on the screen as a graph and
as individual components.
3. Touch the cell standby, Wi-Fi, tablet idle, or screen component to optimize its
battery usage by adjusting the settings.
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Configure Apps
To view and configure applications installed on the device, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Apps.
By default are displayed all apps and their storage usage.
The apps are divided into three categories, DOWNLOADED, RUNNING, and
ALL.
3. Touch the app on each category to manage its settings, such as force stop or
enable / disable the app, show notifications, clear data / cache, configure
permissions, and many other settings.
NOTE: The Android default applications and services cannot be uninstalled.
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Configure Users
To view and configure user accounts, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In DEVICE, touch Users.
3. Touch Owner field to add your information.
My local profile screen opens.
4. Enter your information and touch DONE to save the information.
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5. Do any of the following:
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Touch Nickname field to add a nickname to your account. Then touch OK
to save the nickname.
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Touch Owner info field and then check Show owner info on lock screen
if you wish the owner information to be displayed on the lock screen.
Add a User Account
1. In DEVICE > Users section, touch ADD USER on the top right side of the
screen to add a new user account.
2. Touch OK to the Add new user notification message.
3. Touch Set up now to create the user account and log in with the new user
account or Not now to create the user account only.
Modify a User Account
1. In DEVICE > Users section, touch the user account.
My local profile screen opens.
2. Modify user information and touch DONE.
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Delete a User Account
IMPORTANT: You must be logged in as an owner of the device to delete user
accounts.
In DEVICE > Users section, touch
to delete the selected user account.
Configure Location Access
To configure the location access parameters, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In PERSONAL, touch Location access.
3. Touch any of the following options:
•
Access to my location: Slide Access to my location to ON to let apps
that have asked your permission use your location information.
NOTE: You can also enable Access to my location by touching the GPS icon
on Quick menu. More information on Quick menu, please see
“Accessing the Quick Menu” on page 18.
•
GPS satellites: Check this option to let apps use GPS on your tablet to
pinpoint your location.
•
Wi-Fi & mobile network location: Check this option to let apps use
Google’s location service to estimate your location faster.
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Configure Security Settings
To configure the security settings, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In PERSONAL, touch Security.
3. Touch any of the following options:
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Screen lock: Choose the screen lock to prevent unwanted access to the
device. The available options include slide, pattern, PIN, or password.
•
Automatically lock: Set the time period when the screen will be
automatically locked.
•
Power button instantly locks: Check this option to allow pressing the
Power button to instantly lock the screen.
•
Owner info: Check to display owner information on the lock screen.
•
Encrypt tablet: Apply this option to require a numeric PIN or password to
decrypt your device each time you power it on.
•
Make passwords visible: Check this option to make passwords visible on
the screen when you type them.
•
Device administrators: Touch to view or deactivate device administrators.
•
Unknown sources: Enable to allow installation of apps from unknown
sources.
•
Trusted credentials: Touch to view trusted CA certificates.
•
Install from SD card: Touch to install certificates from SD card.
•
Clear credentials: Touch to remove all certificates.
SETTINGS AND OPERATION: Configure Language and Input Settings
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Configure Language and Input Settings
To configure the language and input settings, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In PERSONAL, touch Language & input.
3. Touch any of the following options:
•
Language: Choose your preferred language.
•
Spell checker: Enable / disable spelling check. For more spell checker
options, touch
.
•
Personal dictionary: Touch ADD to add words into the personal
dictionary.
•
Default: Set up input methods. Touch
next to the keyboard to configure
its parameters, such as input language, auto-capitalization, auto-correction,
and many others.
•
Text-to-speech output: Configure preferred engine, for example Pico
TTS, speech rate or listen to an example.
•
Pointer speed: Drag the slider to set the pointer speed.
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SETTINGS AND OPERATION: Backup and Reset
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Backup and Reset
To reset data to factory defaults, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In PERSONAL, touch Backup & reset.
3. Touch Factory data reset to erase all data on the device.
4. Touch Reset Tablet to confirm the reset action.
Configure Email Account
To configure the email account, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
2. In ACCOUNTS, touch Email.
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> Settings (
).
3. Touch any of the following:
•
Existing email account and touch
to sync now or remove the account.
•
Account settings: Configure the existing email account settings or touch
ADD ACCOUNT to add a new email account. Then follow the on-screen
instructions to complete the procedure.
NOTE: You can also add a new corporate email account or regular email
account by touching + Add account in ACCOUNTS section. Follow the
on-screen instructions to complete the procedure.
Configure Date and Time Settings
To configure the date and time settings, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In SYSTEM, touch Date & time.
3. Touch any of the following:
•
Automatic date & time: Check this option to obtain date and time settings
automatically from the network.
•
Automatic time zone: Check this option to obtain the time zone
automatically from the network.
•
Set date: Touch the desired field and scroll up or down to set date. Or,
touch the date on the calendar. Touch Done when finished setting date.
•
Set time: Touch the desired field and scroll up or down to set time. Touch
Done when finished setting time.
•
Select time zone: Select the correct timezone.
•
Use 24-hour format: Touch to switch between 24-hour format and 12-hour
format.
•
Choose date format: Select the preferred date format.
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SETTINGS AND OPERATION: Configure Date and Time Settings
SETTINGS AND OPERATION: Configure Accessibility Options
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Configure Accessibility Options
To configure the accessibility options, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In SYSTEM, touch Accessibility.
3. Touch any of the following:
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Large text: Check this option to enable large font.
•
Auto-rotate screen: Check this option to allow the display to rotate when
you turn the device between landscape and portrait.
•
Speak passwords: Check this option to enable speak passwords feature.
•
Text-to-speech output: Configure preferred engine, for example Pico
TTS, set the speech rate, or play a short demonstration of speech
synthesis.
•
Enhance web accessibility: Allow if you wish the apps to install scripts
from Google that make their web content more accessible.
Developer Options
The available options in this section are intended for Android system developers. To
access the developer options, perform the following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
).
2. In SYSTEM, touch Developer options.
3. Touch the various options to check HDCP, protect SD card, switch the device to
debug mode, and many more.
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SETTINGS AND OPERATION: Developer Options
SETTINGS AND OPERATION: About Tablet
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About Tablet
To configure the system updates and view the device related information, perform the
following:
1. On Home screen, touch
> Settings (
2. In SYSTEM, touch About tablet.
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3. Touch the System updates option to configure the device to receive updates
automatically. Configure the following parameters:
a. Check the Auto check for updates option.
b. Touch Update mode to configure the update mode.
c. Touch Server address and enter the server address.
d. Touch Set port number and enter the value.
e. Leave the Anonymous option unchecked.
f. Leave the default user name and password.
4. Touch the Back key to return to the About tablet main menu.
5. Touch any of the following options:
•
Status: View the battery status, battery level, network, signal strength,
mobile network type, service state, roaming, and mobile network state.
•
Firmware version: View the information on barcode reader, cellular
modem, MSR, NFC, touch panel module, and Wi-Fi module.
•
Legal information: View the legal information.
•
Model number: View the device model number.
•
Android version: View the operating system version.
•
Baseband version: View the baseband version.
•
Kernel version: View the kernel version.
•
Build number: View the system build number.
•
Software version: View the software version.
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Reading a Barcode
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Additional Features
This section describes how to use the barcode reader, MSR module, IC card module,
NFC module, and fingerprint scanner. Also, how to connect an Ethernet adapter to the
device.
Reading a Barcode
To read a 1D barcode, perform the following:
1. Enable the barcode reader in the Settings menu. Please see “Configure Barcode Reader Options” on page 28.
2. Press the barcode scanner
trigger.
3. Aim the scanning beam at the
barcode.
4. The scanned data appears on the
screen.
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To read a 2D barcode, perform the following:
1. Enable the barcode reader in the Settings menu. Please see “Configure Barcode Reader Options” on page 28.
2. Press the barcode scanner
trigger.
3. Aim the scanning beam at the
barcode.
4. The scanned data appears on the
screen.
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MSR Module (By Project Request)
The Magnetic Stripe Reader module supports tracks 1, 2, and 3 covering possible
reading methods currently in use.
Testing the MSR Module
1. Enable the MSR module in the Settings menu. Please see “Configure MSR
Options (By Project Request)” on page 29.
2. Touch MSR Demo.
3. Swipe a magnetic stripe card through the MSR module. Make sure the
magnetic stripe is facing upward.
4. Data appears on the screen if the test is successful.
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IC Card Module (By Project Request)
Testing the IC Card Module
1. On the Home screen, touch
> pcsctest.
2. Open the protective cover and insert an IC card into the IC card reader.
3. Touch Connect on the screen.
4. Data appears on the screen if the test is successful.
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NFC Module
The NFC module allows users to scan NFC tags.
Enabling NFC Module
1. Enable the NFC module in the Settings menu. Please see “Configure More
Wireless and Networks Features” on page 25.
2. On the Home screen, touch
> TagInfo.
3. Place the NFC tag on the tablet as shown below.
4. Data appears on the screen if the test is successful.
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Fingerprint Scanner Module (By Project Request)
The tablet is equipped with a fingerprint scanner for added security.
1. On the Home screen, touch
> Basic SCL Sample.
The program main screen opens. On the left side column are listed left hand fingers and on the right side column right hand fingers.
2. To start reading the fingerprints, touch the finger name on the left side or right
side column on the screen.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions while reading the fingerprints.
For example:
a. Touch Right Little on the screen.
b. The Put Finger text appears.
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c. Put your finger on the fingerprint scanner.
d. Wait until you see the Lift Finger text on the screen.
e. Lift your finger. Wait until the system processes the reading. You will see
Enrollment progress: XXX% text where the “XXX” is the percentage of the
enrollment. Wait until the enrollment reaches 100%.
f. The Put Finger text appears.
g. Put the same finger you just scanned again on the fingerprint scanner. If the
finger matches, you will see Right Little finger matched text on the screen
and then the fingerprint image is displayed on the screen.
4. Touch Quit to exit the app.
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Ethernet Feature
By default, the device does not include an Ethernet port. If you need to use the
Ethernet functionality, you have to connect an Ethernet adapter to the device.
To connect the Ethernet adapter, perform the following:
1. Remove the Ethernet adapter from the packaging.
2. Connect a micro USB cable to the USB connector on the Ethernet adapter. (a)
3. Using the micro USB cable, connect the Ethernet adapter to the mini USB port
on the device. (b)
4. Connect the network cable to the Ethernet adapter. (c)
B
b
a
c
5. Configure the network parameters on the device. Please see “Manage Ethernet
Settings” on page 22.
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APPENDIX: Specifications
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Appendix
Specifications
ART101 Specifications
CPU
Freescale i.MX 6 1G
LCD
10.1” TFT panel, 1280 x 800 pixels
Touch
4 Finger Capacitive Touch Panel
Memory
DDR3 1GB, NAND Flash 8GB
Communication
WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n; Bluetooth V4.0+HS
Optional: WWAN for data, GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/850/
900/1800/1900/2100; GPS Stand-alone & AGPS
(Support Glonass)
Operation System
Android 4.2.2
I/O Interface
1 x SIM (Internal)
1 x Micro SD
1 x DC Jack
1 x Micro HDMI
1 x Earphone and Mic Jack
1 x Micro USB Female type
1 x POGO Pins (for Docking)
Button and Keys
1 x Power button
2 x Volume / Function key
2 x Barcode scan trigger key / function key
Battery
Lithium ion 8060 mAh
Sensor
Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope sensor,
Vibrator, E-compass sensor
Camera
Main: 5MP (with LED flash) / Front: 2MP
RFID (NFC)
13.56MHz, ISO14443 A/B; FeliCa
Sealing
IP65
Drop Resistance
1M drop
LED
1 x Red/Green LED for Power & System
1 x Blue LED for NFC Good Read
Dimensions
278 x 199 x 20.9 mm
Weight
1000g
Optional Accessories
• Docking with DC Jack and USB port
• Hand strap
Storage Temperature
-20º ~ +60º C
Operating Temperature
0º ~ +40º C
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APPENDIX: Specifications
Packing
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ART101 Specifications
• Adapter
• Quick start guide
• USB cable
*Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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APPENDIX: Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
1. The device powers off automatically.
•
The battery power is depleted. Charge the battery.
2. No sound comes out from the device.
•
Check whether the volume is set to mute. Press the volume keys to adjust
volume.
•
Check whether the music file is damaged, try other files to test.
3. Cannot copy a file to the micro SD card.
•
Check whether the micro SD card capacity is full.
•
Try to delete or move some files to free space.
4. Cannot connect to the Internet.
•
Check whether the device is connected to a wireless network.
•
If no wireless network is available, try to use the SIM card’s data network
connection.
•
The battery may be too low. Network connectivity uses more power. Be
sure to charge the battery.
5. Captured photos are too dark.
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Check whether the flash mode setting is set to Off. To enable the flash
usage during photography, set the flash mode setting to On.
•
Turn on the room light or go outdoor to take pictures.
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