SK613 User Manual
Overview
1. Foreword
Thank you for purchasing this player. Please read this manual carefully before using the product.
Specifications and software updates may be subject to change without notice. Some pictures in this
manual may be different than the product display yet it should perform the same functions.
2. Warnings
a) Do not use the product in extreme temperatures, dusty or wet environments
b) Do not leave the product under direct sunlight
c) Handle the player with care or the hardware and housing may be damaged
d) When inserting or removing a TF card, make sure the player is set to the “OFF” position.
e) When formatting or transferring files, do not disconnect the USB cable from the PC, this may
cause damage to the player (Always do “Safely Remove”)
f) Do not open the housing of the player
g) Keep away from extremely dry places to avoid damage caused by Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
h) Avoid formatting the player. If formatting is necessary, four directories MUST be created for the
player to resume working (AUDIO, VIDEO, PICTURE, and EBOOK);
We urge you to first read the Quick Start Guide as that will answer most of your questions
Table of Contents
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Controls………………………………………………………………………………………P2
Charging the Player…………………………………………………………………………..P3
Basic Operations………………………………………….………………………………….P3
Adding Pictures……………………………………………………………………………...P4
Adding Music………………………………………………………………………………..P4
Adding Videos……………………………………………………………………………….P4
Adding TXT Files………………………………………………………………………….. .P6
Video Player…………………………………………………………………………………P6
Audio Player………………………………………………………………………………....P8
Picture View…………………………………………………………………………………P9
Camera………………………………………………………………………………...…….P10
Video Recording………………………………………………………………………...…..P12
Audio Recording……………………………………………………………………………P13
Learning Mode (E-Book)…………………………………………………………………...P14
Tool…………………………………………………………………………………………P15
System Setup………………………………………………………………………………..P17
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Communicating With The PC………………………………………………………………P18
Adding a TF Card…………………………………………………………………………P19
Adding/deleting Files……………………………………………………………………..P19
Formatting the Player……………………………………………………………………..P20
Disconnecting From the PC………………………………………………………………P21
Technical Specifications…………………………………………………………………..P21
Common Problems……………………………………………………………………….P22
4. Requirement for PC
a) At least Pentium 100MHz;
b) OS of Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/Vista;
c) USB slot;
d) CD-ROM drive;
e) At least 15MB free hard disk space;
f) At least 32MB memory;
5. Layout of the Player
SLY CAM Controls
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User Guidelines
1.
Battery Warnings
The icon of the battery with different status
Note: If player fails to start, the battery may be empty. Please recharge it and try again.
2. Recharging the Battery
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Connect one end of the supplied mini USB cable to the player (make sure player is OFF)
Connect the other end of the mini USB cable to the computer
Charging process begins automatically
When it is fully charged, it will show a full battery icon
Be sure to safely remove the device
3. Basic Operation
A) POWER ON
• With the player switched to the ON position, long-press the PLAY key until the screen turns on.
B) POWER OFF
• In any working status, long-press the PLAY key, the LCD will shut down and the system will
turn off.
• The product will be switched off automatically when the battery is empty. It will also turn off if
left idle for 3 minutes in any working status, unless the Time for “Switch Off Automatically” is
set as NEVER (Go to System Setup and then go to Power Mode).
C) Enter/Select
• In any working status, short-press the PLAY key to select an option.
D) Directional Keys
• Short-press
or
to choose the different icons you want to select.
E) Exit (Going to Main Menu)
• Short-press the Menu button to Exit any mode (may need to short-press the Menu button twice
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to get to the Main Menu).
Transferring Files
1.
Adding Pictures – Copy & Paste
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2)
3)
4)
Connect the player using the USB cable.
Once the player has been detected, go to My Computer.
Select the Removable Disk that correlates to your player.
In a new window, go to the folder of your pictures and copy the picture file(s) you want (jpeg
files only).
5) Paste the files to the Removable Disk under the PICTURE folder
6) After copying is complete, safely remove the Removable Disk.
2. Adding Music – Copy & Paste
1)
2)
3)
4)
Connect your player using the USB cable.
Once your player has been detected, go to My Computer.
Select the Removable Disk that correlates to your player.
In a new window, go to the folder where you keep your music on your computer (usually “My
Music” in My Documents) and then copy the audio file(s) you want.
5) Open the Removable Disk, then Open the AUDIO folder and Paste the songs. You may create
subfolders within the AUDIO folder.
• We recommend that you do not use Windows Media Player with this device.
you do sync your player with Windows Media Player , follow these steps:
However, if
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With Windows Media Player open and the player connected, click on the sync tab.
Click on the arrow at the bottom of the sync tab.
Go to “Mass Storage” and choose Set Up Sync from the submenu.
Uncheck the box marked “Sync this device automatically” in the window that pops up
and click “Finish”.
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Highlight the files you want transferred to your device and drag them into the Sync List
column.
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Hit “Start Sync” to transfer the files.
When the conversion is finished, open the removable disk that correlates to your player.
There will be a new folder called “Music”.
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Drag the “Music” folder into the AUDIO folder. Your songs will now be available on
the device.
*Note: After the initial syncing of the device, if you want to sync it again and add more songs
using Windows Media Player , you MUST move the “Music” folder back to the main level of
the removable disk before adding additional songs, then move it back to the AUDIO folder when
finished syncing. To do this, follow these steps:
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Open the removable disk and go to the AUDIO folder.
Right-click on the “Music” folder and select Cut.
Hit “Back” on the window to go back to the main level of the removable disk.
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Right-click and select Paste. Your music folder will now be visible next to the AUDIO,
VIDEO, PICTURE, and EBOOK folders.
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Go to Windows Media Player and add files to the Sync List that you would like
transferred to your player.
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Hit “Start Sync” to transfer the files.
When transfer is complete, drag the “Music” folder back into the AUDIO folder on the
removable disk. Your files will now be available on the player.
6) After copying is complete, safely remove the Removable Disk.
*Please be aware that the player does not support music purchased on iTunes because
those songs are copyright protected. You can download songs from websites such as
Emusic.com, MP3.com or any songs in MP3 Format will work with this player. Other sites
will also work – just make sure the files are not Protected WMA. For further assistance you
can email us at [email protected]
3. Adding Videos
*Note: All videos must be converted into the correct format before transferring.
-To install the Conversion Software from the CD that came with the player, insert the CD into
your computer. Open the CD folder and select AUTORUN. Next, select “Install Transcoding Tool”
and then click NEXT. Last, click INSTALL and the program will install to your computer. You are
now ready to convert videos.
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2)
Connect your player using the USB cable.
Open the Video Converter
- Go to: Start Menu→Programs→MultimediaTranscoding Tool/Media Convert
3) At the bottom of the converter box (Figure 1), click BROWSE.
4) Find the Removable Disk, and select the VIDEO folder as the save destination for the converted
files. The converter screen should appear as below (Figure 1):
Figure 1: Video Conversion Software
5)
6)
Click “Add Files” and select the video file(s) you would like converted.
Click “Start” to begin video conversion. Your progress is displayed in the bar below the video
(see Figure 2). Your converted files will be saved directly to the player. Do not disrupt or move
the player while converting files.
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Figure 2: Converting a Video
7)
After conversion is complete, safely remove the Removable Disk (player).
4. Adding TXT Files (E-Book)
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2)
3)
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5)
6)
Connect your player using the USB cable.
Once your player has been detected,go to My Computer.
Select the Removable Disk that correlates to your player.
Go to the folder of your txt file(s) and copy the txt file(s) you want.
Paste the files to the Removable Disk under the EBOOK folder.
After copying is complete, safely remove the Removable Disk.
If you have inserted a TF Card: Users have the option to copy the file(s) either to the flash memory
or the TF memory; it will show on your computer as a separate Removable Disk signifying Flash and
TF memory (Refer to the section on TF Card).
Main Menu
1.
The Main Menu
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Figure 3: Main Menu
2. Video Player
a) To enter video player mode:
• Use the directional keys to choose the Video Player mode icon in the Main Menu, shown in
Figure 4 (below).
• Short-press the PLAY key to enter video player mode.
Figure 4: Video Player Mode
b) Video Configuration
• Long-pressing the MENU key while in the video player menu will display the sub-menu of the
video mode.
• Press
or
to scroll through the sub-menu options, and short-press the PLAY key to
access them.
• Press PLAY to confirm your choice.
• Press MENU to go back to the video menu.
The functions of the video player sub-menu are listed in Figure 5 (below)
Disp Mode
List
Thumbnail
Current
Loop Mode
All
Random
File Protect
Lock
Unlock
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Current
DelFile
All
Exit
Figure 5: Video Player Sub-Menu
c) Playing Videos
• Press
or
to select the file you want to play in the video mode menu, then short-press the
PLAY key to begin playing the video.
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While playing, short-press PLAY to pause the video, and press it again to resume playing.
Short-pressing
or
will jump to the next or previous file.
Long-press
or
to fast forward or rewind the video.
Short-press the VOL key to access the volume menu, then short-press
or
to adjust the
music volume. Press the VOL key again to exit the volume menu.
• Short-press the MENU key during video playback to go back to the video player menu.
d) Exiting the video player mode
• While in the video player menu, short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu.
3. Audio Player
a) To enter audio player mode:
• Use the directional keys to choose the Audio Player icon in the Main Menu, shown in Figure 6.
• Short-press PLAY to enter the audio player mode.
Figure 6: Audio Player Mode
b) Audio Configuration
• Long-pressing the MENU key while in the audio player menu will display the sub-menu of the
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audio player.
• Press
or
access them.
to scroll through the sub-menu options, and short-press the PLAY key to
• Press PLAY to confirm your choice.
• Press MENU to go back to the audio player menu.
The functions of the audio player sub-menuare listed below:
Current
Loop Mode
All
Random
Lock
File Protect
Unlock
Current
DelFile
All
Normal
Dbb
rock
EQ mode
Jazz
Pop
Live
Exit
Figure 7: Audio Player Sub-Menu
c) Audio Playback
Use
or
to select the file you want to play in the audio mode.
Short-press the PLAY key to begin playing the file.
d) Playing Audio Files
• Short-press the PLAY key to pause or play the audio file.
• Long-press
or
to rewind or fast-forward within the track. Pressing and holding
will rewind or fast-forward to the next speed (4x/6x/8x) within the track.
or
• Short-pressing
or
will skip to the next or previous track.
• Short-press theVOL key, then short-press
or
to adjust the volume. Press the VOL key
again to exit volume control.
Note:The volume bar located at the bottom-right will turn blue after pressing theVOL key
during playback. This indicates that you are ready to control the volume.
• Press the CAMERA key during Audio Playback to change Equalizer settings
• Long-press the MENU key to change the Repeat settings
The audio playback view is shown below:
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Figure 8: Audio Playback Screen
e) Exiting the audio player mode
• While in the audio player menu, short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu
4.
Picture View
a) To enter the Picture View Mode
• Use the directional keys to choose the Picture View icon in the Main Menu, shown in Figure 9.
• Short-press the PLAY key to go to the Picture View Mode.
Figure 9: Picture View Mode
b) Picture View Configuration
• Long-pressing the MENU key while in Picture View will display the sub-menu of the Picture
View mode.
• Press
or
access them.
to scroll through the sub-menu options, and short-press the PLAY key to
• Press PLAY to confirm your choice.
• Press MENU to go back to the Picture View menu.
The functions of the Picture View sub-menu are shown in Figure 10 (below):
Thumbnail
Disp Mode
List
Slide:3S / 5S
File Protect
Del File
Lock
Unlock
Current
All
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Wall Paper
Exit
Figure 10: Picture View Sub-Menu
c) Viewing Pictures
• In the Thumbnail mode, use
or
to select the row of files you want to show in the Picture
View menu, and then short-press the PLAY key to show.
• In the List mode, use
or
to select the picture file you want to view in the Picture View
menu, then short-press thePLAYkeyto viewthe picture.
• In the Slide mode, the pictures will play automatically as a slide show.
d) Exiting the Picture View mode
Press and hold the MENU key to go back to Picture menu.
Note: Only JPEG format is supported by this product.
converted to JPEG.
Other picture formats should be
e) Exiting the picture view mode
• Short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu
5. Camera
a) To enter Camera mode
• Use the directional keys to choose the icon of Camera Mode in the Main Menu, shown in Figure
11.
• Short-press the PLAY key to enter the Camera mode.
Figure 11: Camera Mode
• The top-left of the viewfinder screen shows the status and photo size.
• The bottom-left of the viewfinder screen is the available number of pictures left with the
remaining memory.
• The bottom-right of the viewfinder screen is the zoom.
b) Camera Configuration
• Long-pressing the MENU key while in the Camera mode will display the sub-menu of the
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Camera shown in Figure 12.
• Press
or
access them.
to scroll through the sub-menu options, and short-press the PLAY key to
• Press PLAY to confirm your choice.
The functions of the Camera mode sub-menu are shown in Figure 12 (below):
Single
Mode
Continuous
Self
320*240
640*480
Size
1280*960
1600*1200
High
Quality
Middle
Low
Normal
Negative
Solaris
Effect
Relief
Binaries
Sepia
Black/white
Exit
Figure 12: Camera Mode Sub-Menu
c) Taking pictures
• Short-press the PLAY or CAMERA key to take photos.
• Press
or
to adjust the zoom level.
d) Exiting the Camera mode
• While in the Camera menu, short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu.
e) Reviewing your photos
• Go to the Main Menu and then go to Picture View (Figure 9).
6. DV
a) Entering the DV mode (Digital Video Recorder)
• Use the directional keys to choose the DV Mode icon in the Main Menu, shown in Figure 13.
• Short-press the PLAY key enter the DV mode.
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Figure 13: DV Mode
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The top-left of the viewfinder screen shows the status and video size.
The bottom-left of the viewfinder screen is the available video time with the remaining memory.
The bottom-rightof the viewfinder screen is the zoom level.
When the flash memory is full, a sign “memory full” will appear at the top-right of the LCD and
the current video being recorded will be stopped and stored.
b) DV Configuration
• Long-pressing the MENU key while in the DV mode will display the sub-menu.
• Press
or
to scroll through the sub-menu options, and short-press the PLAY key to
access them.
• Press PLAY to confirm your choice
The functions of the DV mode are shown in Figure 14 (below):
Video Size
160*128
320*240
High
Video Quality
Middle
Low
Normal
Negative
Solaris
Effect
Relief
Binaries
Sepia
Black& White
Exit
Figure 14: DV Mode Sub-Menu
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c) Recording in DV mode
• Press
or
to adjust the zoom level before you begin recording.
• Short-press the PLAY key to start recording.
• Short-press the PLAY key again when you are finished recording and it will automatically save
what was recorded.
d) Exiting the DV mode
• While in the DV menu, short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu.
e) Reviewing Your Videos
• Go to the Main Menu and select Video Player (Figure 4)
7. AudioRecord Mode
a) Entering the AudioRecord mode
• Use the directional keys to choose the Audio Record mode icon in the Main Menu, shown in
Figure 15.
• Short-press the PLAY key to go to the Audio Record mode.
Figure 15: Audio Record Mode
b) Record
• Short-press the PLAY key to start the recorder.
• Short-pressPLAYagain to suspend the current audio recording.
• Press the MENU key to finish and save the audio recording.
c) Exiting the Audio Recording mode
• Short-press theMENU key to go back to the Main Menu.
d) Review the Recorded file
• Go to the Main Menu and then go to the Audio Player (Figure 6)
8. Learning:
E-Book Function & .txt files
a) Entering the Learning mode (E-Book Function and Reading .txt files)
• Use the directional keys to choose the Learning Mode icon in the Main Menu, shown in
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Figure16.
• Short-press PLAYto go to the Learning mode.
Figure 16: Learning Mode
b) Accessing E-Books
• Select the TXT icon to access your E-books or .TXT files (Figure 17).
Figure 17: TXT Icon
c) Learning Mode Configuration
• Long-pressing the MENU key while in the Learning mode will display the sub-menu.
• Press
or
to scroll through the sub-menu options, and short-press the PLAY key to
access them.
• Press PLAY to confirm your choice
The functions of the Learning mode sub-menu
File Protect
Del File
are shown in Figure 18 (below):
Lock
Unlock
Current
All
Exit
When reading TEXT, short-press theMENU key to display the following:
(1)
Find
Continue to Search
Exit
Figure 18: Learning Mode Sub-Menu
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d) Reading TXT Files
• When reading TXT files, use
or
to scroll up and down the selected txt file.
e) Exiting the Learning mode
• While in Learning mode, short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu.
9. Tool
a) Entering the Tool mode
• Use the directional keys to choose the Tool mode icon in the Main Menu, shown in Figure 19.
• Short-press the PLAY key to go to the Tool mode.
Figure 19: Tool Mode
• There are four choices under Tool mode: Calculator, Notepad, Memory, and Version.
Calculator
Calculator
NotepadMemoryVersion
• Use
,
and the VOL key to scroll through the numbers and symbols.
• Short-press thePLAY key to confirm the input.
• Short-press the MENU key to go back to the Main Menu.
Notepad
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Read and write txt files in the notepad.
Use
,
and the VOL key to scroll through the letters and symbols.
Long-press the MENU key to display the sub-menu of the notepad.
Press MENU to go back to the Tools menu.
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Creating TXT files in the Notepad
• To create a txt file,select NEW from the Notepad’s sub-menu.
• Use
,
and the VOL key to select letters,symbols and numbers.
• Short-press the PLAYkey to confirm.
*Note:This product only supports txt files less than 64kb,or it will show overload or error.
Memory
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The memory option shows the configuration of the storage devices.
Use
or
to choose between “FLASH” and “SD” (TF card not included).
Press VOL to switch between“WORKSPACE”and“FORMAT”.
Press PLAY to confirm your selection.
o Workspace is the memory that will be used, and selecting Format will erase the
contents of the selected memory device.
Version
• This shows the version of the product.
• Press theMENU key go back to the Tools mode.
b) Exiting the Tools mode
• When in Tools menu, short-press the MENU key to go back to Main Menu.
10. System Setup
• Use the directional keys to choose the System Setup icon in the Main Menu, shown in Figure 20.
• Short-press thePLAYkey to select.
Figure 20: System Setup Mode
• There are six choices under System Setup mode: Language, Default, Sound, Auto Off, Style and
Power Mode.
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Language
Language
Default
English
Yes
Chinese
No
Chinese T
Default
Sound
Speaker
Key Tone
Japanese
Sound
Auto Off
Style Power Mode
Auto Off
Style
Power Save
On
Never
Lovely
Never
Off
3 Minutes
Pretty
Half Minutes
On
15 Minutes
One Minutes
Off
60 Minutes
Three Minutes
Korean
French
German
Spanish
Portuguese
Italian
Russian
Polish
Figure 21: The System Setup Menu
Communicate with PC
1.
U-Disk Driver Setup (For Windows 98 Users Only)
This product does not support OS versions NO older than Windows 2000 without installing the
driver.
• Put the included CD-ROM into your PC.
• Connect the player to your PC using the USB cable.
• Your PC will ask to setup the USB driver.
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• Press “Next” and then choose the item of “Add New Hardware Wizard” in the window.
• Click “Next” and press “View”.
• Select the folder of WIN98 in the CD-ROM drive and select “Next”.
• Click “Setup”. After the setup, reboot your PC.
• Connect the player to the PC again.
• Your Removable Disk will be in “My Computer.”
2. Connect with PC
• Connect the player to your PC using the USB cable.
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3. U-Disk Status
• While the player is on, connect the player to PC with USB cable, and it is in U-Disk status.
4. Adding a TF card
This product supports TF cards with the slot shown below:
Figure 22: TF Card
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Turn the unit OFF and then insert the MicroSD card (as shown above)
Turn on the Player and go to the Tools mode (See Figure 19)
Select the Memory option and then use the arrows to switch to the SD Tab (See Figure 22)
Select Work Space (should be highlighted in Red once selected) and press Play.
Turn the player Off and then connect it to the computer. Go to My Computer → Removable
Disk and then you will see 4 files (Audio, Video, Picture, E-Book). Add music to the Audio
Folder, Video’s & Movies to the Video folder, etc. Supports up to an 8GB TF Card.
5. Download/Upload/Delete Files
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When the player is connected to the PC, the player will be recognized as a Removable Disk.
It is considered as the hard disk or softdisk in the PC itself.
Add and remove files to the player the same way you would move local files on your PC.
Copy and paste the files into the correct folders of the Removable Disk.
o Do NOT delete or rename the 4 files that came pre-loaded (AUDIO, VIDEO,
PICTURE, EBOOK). You may create subfolders within these files.
Warning:
Do not disconnect the USB cable during download or upload to avoid product damage.
6. Formatting The Player
• With the player connected, go to “My Computer” and locate the removable disk that corresponds
with the player.
• Right click on the icon and choose “Format”.
• Make sure the file system says “FAT” and click Start.
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Figure 23: Formatting Screen
• In the Warning window, select “OK” to start the formatting (this will erase all data on the
player).
Figure 24: Formatting Confirmation Window
Warning:
• Select the proper format type before formatting or else the product may be damaged.
• DO NOT remove the USB cable from the player during formatting, it may cause damage to the
player.
• If formatting is necessary, 4 directories MUST be created for the player to resume working.
*Note: Folders must be named “AUDIO”, “PICTURE”, “VIDEO”, and “EBOOK”
7. Disconnecting from the PC
After transferring files to the player, it must be disconnected properly from your computer. Please
follow the instructions below.
To safely remove hardware:
1) Right-click the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon on the bottom right corner of your screen.
2) Select “Safely Remove Hardware”
3) A dialog box pop up (Refer to Figure 25 below)
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4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Select USB mass storage device.
Click STOP.
Click OK.
You will be prompted that you may safely remove the device.
Disconnect the player from the computer by removing the USB cable from the player.
Figure 25: Safely Remove Hardware Window
Technical Specifications
Profile
Panel
USB
Memory
Record
MP3&WMA
CMOS Camera
Photo format
Video format
Resolution
Frame Freq.
AV-out Voltage
Music format
Picture Format
Temperature
Menu language
82mm*52mm*12.5mm (length×width×thickness)
2.4’ LCD QVGA
USB2.0
supported 1GB\2GB\4GB\8GB(optional)
Format
AMR
Length
70 Hours(128MB)
Compress rate
32Kbps-384Kbps
Frequency response
20Hz~20KHz
Th-D
<0.1%
SNR
>85dB
Audio Power
5mW+5mW(32Ω)
Frame
30fps
Color bit
24bit
Focus
1x to 2x
JPG
3GP、ASF、MP4、AVI
320*240
NTSC 30fps ; PAL25fps
>/=1V (VPP)
MP3、WMA、AMR、AAC-LC、WAV
JPG
-5 ~ 40
English/Chinese/Trad.
Chinese/Japanese/Korean/French/German/Spanish/Portuguese/Italian/Russian/Polish
Common Problems
***This unit does NOT have a reset button***
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Problem
Possible Reason
Battery empty
Invalid operation
Unit will not turn on
Auto off
USB in, but NO Removable
Disk (computer does not
recognize the player)
When playing, NO sound
Doesn’t save: “Save Failure”
Words do not appear correctly
Solution
Recharge for at least 4 hours; Switch player off and
then ON (and Press Play for 7 seconds).
Battery shortage;
Recharge; Go to System Setup → Power Mode
Battery empty
USB wire damaged
USB disabled by PC BIOS
OS does NOT support USB
Wire wrongly connected
Any issues of the PC
Volume too low
Wrong audio out device
The music file is corrupted
Bad earphone
Format failure
Storage full
Wrong save path
Language wrong
Language is not supported
Recharge (Make sure player is in OFF position)
Replace new wire
Set USB ENABLED
Update the OS driver
Connect again
Reboot PC
Turn volume up
Set right parameter
Download standard MP3 file (try it on computer)
Try different earphones
Format under “FAT”
Delete some files or unused files
Check the available memory
Go to System Setup → Language & set to English
Check our website for more information
If you see your songs on the player but they will not play then please make sure that your songs are in
the Audio Folder (can not be in a different folder but in may be in a subfolder Inside the AUDIO
folder).
Please note that opening and/or dismantling the player voids the warranty
Please visit the FAQ section of our website. Also check out our Updates section for
software upgrades.
For more answers to your frequently asked questions, please visit our website at:
www.slyelectronics.com
E-mail Customer Service: [email protected]
You should receive a response to your email within 1-2 business days.
iTunes is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
Windows Media Player is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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