Portable Media Player
User's Manual
Portable Media Player
Portable Media Player
Welcome
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Welcome to
User’s manual
Thank you for purchasing the product.
Please read the manual carefully before use.
We recommend you to keep it for future reference.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Important Cautions
7
Using Buttons / Menu Controls
25-27
Copyright Notice
8
Using Browser / Listening to Music
28-29
Product Features
9
Update the Music Library / Assorting the Music Library
30-31
Playback Mode / Sound Effect
32-33
Package Contents / Parts and Names
10-11
Protection Film on the Player
12
Displaying Lyric
34-35
Touch Keypad
13
Spatializer + Equalizer
36-37
Photo Library / Slideshow Settings
38-39
Converting Video Files
40-45
Play Video / Video Settings
46-47
Voice Recorder
48 -49
Play Recording Files /Text View
50-51
Games & T ools
52-53
LCD Display
14-15
2. Basic Operation
Connecting Mini Player
Using for the First Time
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Installation CD
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Downloading from the PC
Saving Files & Disconnecting to Your PC
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16-19
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3. Quick Start
1. Getting Started
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Table of Contents
Important Cautions
Detailed Features by Menu
54-61
5. Additional Information
Format
Handling Instructions
Precautions for Using the Product/Trouble Shooting
Product Specifications
Memo
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66-67
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69-72
To preventunwanted power on caused by accidental pressing, you need
to long click thePower On/Off button to start the player. Click it again,
start to play. When there isno button operation for about 3 minutes while
the player is stopped, it is automatically turned off.
Long Click
Reset Mini Player
When it is deadcaused by improper operation, you have to resetyour
mini player. Disconnect it to a USBcable or ACAdapter, pressand hold
on the Enter keyfor over 10sec until it flashes on thescreen, it resets
and shuts down automatically. Then you can restart it forproper function.
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4. Menu
Sliding Touch Operation Errors
When the player isstarted up, system will check power level of touch
keypad first. Do not put your fingers ontouch keypad during the system
checking, otherwise it will possibly cause checking error and losing
control. Please restart it for proper function.
Update Music Library
After finish copying the music, using Main Menu-Music-Update Music Library on the player
before your listening music so that you canorganize and assort them by artist, album or
genre. Otherwise, you can only browse the newcopied songs from All Songs on theplayer.
Initialize OS to the Original Factory Settings
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When it is notable to turn onand disable connecting the player to your PCafter resets,
please click and hold the Next key ( ) for about 8seconds to initialize the OS to the
original factory settings. All data will bedeleted in the player.
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Copyright Notice
This product is theregistered trademark of Meizu Limited.
Meizu Limited, Has the exclusive copyright for this User Manual. It isprohibited
to distribute this User Manual in part orin whole without permission.
Meizu Limited, Has the copyright for the product software.
It is prohibited to distribute or commercially use them without written
permission from Meizu Limited.
The various examples, drawings and pictures and included in this User Manual
are subject to change without prior notice when new product enhancements
become available.
Do not change ormodify the product without permission or authority of manufacturer.
It may cause undesirable operations, permanent damages or
harmful interferences.
Windows 2000, Windows XPand Windows Media Player are the registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
SRS WOW is theregistered trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
CE, FCC, CCC
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Stylish and Luxurious Design with High Portability
Mini Player has asuper mini size with high portability, and boasts a stylish and luxurious
design with aluminum surface.
Large & Vibrant LCD with Dynamic GUI; Human User Sliding-touch Keypads
2.4 Inch 260,000 Color QVGA 320*240 TFT-LCD
Professional Spatializer Sound Effects, Various and Adjustable EQ modes
Including: User adjustable POP, Classical, Rock, Jazz, Live, Bass Booster, User.
Supports WMA, 355K bps WMA VBR, OGG,FLAC, WAV, MP3 Playback
Movie Player(AVI video files), Game, Calculator, Calendar and Stopwatch
Alarm with Real-time Clock Setting
Photo Album +Slide Show: JPG, BMP, GIF Formats
Supports Microsoft MTP
Supports Key Song
Music Sortation, Class Setting, Easier and Faster toSearch Music
Plays Up to 20Hours (Based on ourcompany's test)
High Speed USB2.0 Ultra Fast Data Transfer
High Capacity USB Flash Storage for Mobile Disk
Built-in Microphone Supports High Quality Recording
Synchronized Song Lyric show
TEXT View
Multiple Language Supported
ID3 Supported
Resume Function, Auto Power OFF,Hold Function
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General
Copyrights/Trademarks
Product Features
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Package Contents
Parts andNames
Ma nua l
2. Front Side
User's Manual
LCD Window
MENU
3. Right Side
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s er's
U
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POWER/PLAY/STOP
1. Top
Mini Player Main Body
Earphone
MIC
Strap
USB Port
Earphones
US B Cable
Clearing Cloth
PREVIOUS Sliding-touch
Keypad
ENTER
4. Bottom Side
Installation CD
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Strap
HOLD
Carrying Pouch
Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Protection Film on the Player
Touch Keypad
TouchKeypad
The surface of player is easy to be contacted with other objects during use. To protect
the player from scratches, the front and rear plate surfaces of the player are attached
the transparent protection films. The films are featuring high light tra nsmittance, antireflection and abrasion-resistance. Please keep the films on the player, do not remove it.
Touch keypadis an important part of the player,including sliding touch control and key
operations, which used for controlling operations of all kinds of functions of the player.
Sliding touch keypad:
Touch keypad
Lay your finger onone
end of keypad
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Protection Film on the Front Panel
Sliding lightly on keypad
MN
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Clicking Key:
The surfaces of theplayer are
attached with the protection films
before leaving factory.
Do not remove the protection film!
There is another layer of film covering the
protection film on the back of player.
Please tear it outbefore use.
Please peel off the label paster with the Mask
The front and rear surfaces of the player have
been attached transparent protection films.
Do not peel them off!
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Please peel off the labelpaster with the Mask
The front and rear surfacesof the player have
been attached high-performance transparent
protection films. Do not peelthem off!
Key positions
Lay your finger on key
positions of keypad
Presslightly
1. While HOLD islocked, any operation will be invalid.
2. Toofast operation will be easy to cause error.
3. When click keys,click the right positions to apply.
4. Clicking on Enterkey can also beaccomplished by clicking the center of keypad.
5. Clicking the topand bottom of keypadcan accomplish the previous and next operation menu or lists.
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LCD Display
LCD Display
Radom Playback
Repeat Playback
HOLD
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Play Status
Track Number
Song Total
Song Info
Elapsed Time
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Remaining Battery
Charge
Volume
Playback Progress
/Status Bar
Remaining Playing
Time
The playback progress bar shows the elapsed and remaining time of current
song. Click Enter key on keypad to display the sliding bar, then a diamond
slider appears and shows the current playback position. Slide your finger on
touch keypad up and down to move playback position forward or backward.
Click Enter key again, it shows the song's detailed information.
Click the key once again and return to playback mode.
Video Name
4
Play Status
Elapsed Time
5
Playback Progress
/Status Bar
Remaining
Playing Time
3. Photo View
Photo File Info
Current Number
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LCD Display
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2. Video Playback
1. Play Music
Browsing Progress/
Status Bar
Total Numbers
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Connecting MiniPlayer
Connecting Mini Player
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2. During Power On
Full Charged
In the normal Windows environment, as soon as the
cable or simple USB jack is connected, the message
"Searching for new device" appears and USB driver is
installed automatically. For Windows 98SE, put the
included CD-ROM in your disk drive, then follow the
instructions on your PC screen to install the USB drive.
Partially Discharged
Fully Discharged
To Charge the Player with AC Adapter
Power Supply Jack
B a s ic O pe r a tio n
Connect it to thecomputer using the USB cable supplied in the package during
the player powered on. It will charge itsbuilt-in battery and appears as the figure.
USB Chargeable Cable
Note: While connecting to PC, tracks and operations cannot be applied. Pulling out the
PC connection cable from the player before your listening to music / viewing a picture
and so on.
Charging the BatteryUsing for theFirst Time
* Charging the Battery before using your player.
* While the playeris connected to thecomputer via USB cable, it will charge itsbuilt-in
battery. The battery is fully charged in about 3 hours.
* Check if theplayer is connected to a high-power USB2.0 port. Some low-power USB
ports available in keyboards and other USB hubsmay not provide enough power to
charge or sync theplayer.
* If the computeris in sleep mode,the player may notbe charged.
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The Remaining Battery Charge icon indicates the remaining time the battery can be
used. The more the battery is used, the fewer the number of segments in theicon.
USB port on theplayer
1. Connect the AC adapter (not provided) and the player.
To charge the player with AC adapter, USB-DC adapter is required.
Connect the USB end to the player and another end to the power supply jack.
The AC adapter for the player uses input voltage of 100~240V and 50/60 Hz.
2. While connecting the player and power
supply, it will power on automatically.
The battery is fully charged in about 2.5 hours.
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Using for the FirstTime
Loading the Battery
Cli c k
Long
3S the CD-ROM drive. The following screen appears
Insert the installation CD into
after inserting the CD.
When installation is automatically not started, execute the setup.exe in the
installation CD, and then the Manager program is automatically setup.
Install Software
If you grab the player as picture, it is
easier to handle them.
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B a s ic O pe r a tio n
Pentium 133MHz or Higher
32MB Main Memory or Higher
40MB Hard Disk Space or More
CD-ROM Drive
USB Port (2.0)
Windows 98SE/ ME / 2000 / XP
Handling
The procedures ofu sing for thefirst time
System RequirementUsing for theFirst Time
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Using for the First Time
Installation CD
1. Insert the installation CD in your computer and install the manager software.
2. Install USB driver program (Only for Windows98 system or lower).
3. Connect the player to the computer using the USB cable supplied in th e
package. It will charges its built-in battery in the meantime.
4. Operate and manage [Removable Disk] on My Computer.
5. Disconnect the USB cable to the player.
(All keys of the player can not be operated during connecting to PC.)
6. Connect the earphone to the player.
7. Long press the power ON key
to start the player.
8. You can use the player to play music, video, view your favorite photographs,
and a lot of other features.
The installation CD contains the
following contents:
- Device Driver for Windows98
- VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player
Video Converting Tools
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Downloading from the PC
Downloading from the PC
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Downloading from the
PC
Download music, video or picture files from internet or access them from a CD,then copy
them to Removable Disk . Take example for copying songs as below,
Select the desired music to download
to the player fromthe computer.
Click the [Edit]
It appears on your PC as shown in the
figure as follows(while finish formatting).
Select [Edit]
- [ Paste] .
-[C opy] Menu.
B a s ic O pe r a tio n
the following steps.
After finishing copying, it appears the music files on the Removable Disk . Disconnec t
the player to yourPC, then you can start listening to the music.
D
o uble click [My Computer], then [ Removable Disk] again.
The player is shown as the
Removable Disk on your PC.
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Note: you can also drag and drop theselected files
from your PC intothe [ Removable Disk] window.
When copy files, you should save the video and photo files tospecified directories of
the player, video files into Movie directory, photo files intoPicture directory. Otherwise,
they won't be identified by Mini Player.
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Saving Files & Disconnecting to Your PC
Using Buttons
1. Power On
4. It pops themessage as above, then click it.
Long Click
Long press the Power ON/OFF
button, the power comes on and
Meizu logo appears.
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1. With the USBcable, connect the USB ports of the playerand your PC.
(It should not usea USB hub. Itis assumed that youconnect to the USBport on
the main board.)
2. Save the musicfiles under the hard disk on your PC.
3. After savedthe files, click the icon
on the screenof your PC.
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Saving Files and Disconnecting to your PC
Copy the Files in the Player into your PC
Press the Power ON/OFF button again,
start to play. When there isno button
operation for about 3 minutes while the player
is stopped, it isautomatically turned off.
2. Power Off
5. It runs 'SafelyRemove Hardware'.
6. Then draw out and disconnect the USB cable.
To makesure to save thedata on your playersafely and fully, please follow
the above steps accordingly when you disconnect the player to the PC.
While disconnecting,,it appears the warning, click OK and finish it.
Long Click
When you press and hold the power
ON/OFF button for about 3 seconds,
the power turns off. If the PC and the
player are connected via a USB cable,
you cannot turn the power off.
3. Play back & Stop
Click
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Press ON/OFF briefly, start to play.
Press it again while in Play status,
the play stops.
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Menu Controls
Using Buttons
Menu Controls
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5. To adjust the
volume
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4. Hold
Click
To increase volume
To decrease volume
Locked
Unlock
By turning Hold ON, allthe keys on the playerwill not function.
It is irrelevant while listeningto music.
Click the Menu key briefly
7. Menu
6. Reset
Long Click
If the player stops responding,
please reboot it: Long click
the Enter key for over 10-sec
to force shutdown, then press
ON/OFF to turn on the player.
Click
Press the Menu briefly
to Main Menu or move
to the upper folder
To select previous music
Click
Long click Menu key
to close the LCD display
Click the Enter key briefly
Click the Menu key toexit
Select the Menu Options
To select next music
10. Initializing the operating system in the player
A. Click and holdthe Next key andthen hold the powerON/OFF button, do
not remove your finger until it appears the green screen. Then it initializes
the OS to theoriginal factory settings. All data will bedeleted.
B. Click and holdthe Previous key andthen hold the powerON/OFF button, do not remove
your finger until itappears the green screen. Then it initializes the OS to theoriginal factory
settings. All datawill be deleted.
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Click
8. Close LCD
9. Toselect music
Click
Sliding up and down on
the touch keypad
Click the Menu key, sliding the keypadup and down toselect the menu options.
Click the Enter key or Next key, then enter thesubmenu (submenu is available when
there is ">" symbol on the right ofmenu item). Click the Menu key to theupper menu
(it will return tocurrent playback interface, when you operate on topmenu).
Adjust the Values
During bottom menu item, it will enter thesettings. Sliding on the keypad up and down
to adjust the values. Press the Enter key and the options applied. During the selection,
click the Menu keyand exit.
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Listening to Music
Using Browser
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Listening to Music
Using Browser
Q u ic k S ta r t
Click
Long Click
Click the Menu key briefly
Sliding up and down on
the touch keypad
Click
Click
Sliding
Click
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Click the Menu key briefly
Open Browser
Click the Menu key, sliding the keypad up and down toselect Browser option.
Click the Enter key to apply it.
Sliding on the keypad up and down toselect the submenu options.
Click the Menu keyand return to theupper menu or playback mode.
Play Music
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There pops up thefollowing functions after you select Music folder or a song,
1. Play 2.Add to Current Playlist 3. Add toMy Playlist.
You can conveniently navigate through your music files and listen to them. Select Music
in the main menu. Slide up/down to browse for a song by Artist, Album, Genre, Rate and
Playlist. Select the desired song/playlist and click the Enter key to play. Click the
Previous/Next key to previous/next music, slide up and down on the keypad to adjust
the volume. You can conveniently transfer your favorite music to the player. It supports
following audio format: MP3 (VBR): 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps WMA (VBR): 8 Kbps ~ 355 Kbps
WAV: PCM, MS-ADPCM, IMA-ADPCM OGG: Q1 ~ Q10
Note: 1. If the keys cannot function, please check if the HOLD is turning on.
2. Continuous playback time: About 20hrs (MP3/128kbps/volume 20/EQ normal/LCD off)
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Assorting the Music Library
Update the Music Library
Assorting the Music Library
Selecting Modes
Click the Enter key briefly
Click the Enter key briefly
Click
Click
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Click the Menu key toexit
After finishing copying the music files, you can also organize them by artist, album or
genre using Update the Music Library function on the player.
1. Click the mainMenu key and selectMusic mode.
2. Click Enter key- Update the MusicLibrary, then the option is applied. During the
updating, it will take you a few seconds.
3. When finishes, it returns back the menu options automatically.
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Q u ic k S ta r t
Click
Click
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Update the Music Library
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Sliding up and down on
the touch keypad
All Songs To listall the songs onthe player.
Playlist
a. Add toMy Playlist. You can add thesongs, Artists, Albums. When a songis selected,
press and hold theEnter key until the highlight bar starts flicker, the song isadded to My
Playlist. Select a artist or a album, pressand hold the Enterkey until the highlight bar
starts flicker, the related songs are added to My Playlist. When the highlight bar stops
flicker, the selected song is added.
b. Save Playlist. After finishing adding the songs, select My Playlist - Save Playlist and
click the Enter key to apply it. Foldernames are created automatically as PLAYLIST1,
PLAYLIST2...
c. Clear ( Delete) Playlist. Select the memoried playlists (for example, PLAYLIST1), then
select Delete Playlist, click the Enter key anddelete it.
Artists Assorting by all artists and unknown artists.
Albums Assorting by all albums and unknown albums.
Song Order( assort AllSongs only). You can assort thesongs by Title, File name, Artist
and Album.
During Main Menu -Music - AllSongs/Playlists/Artists/Albums, press the Power ON/OFF
button, it will start to play the songson the current item.
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Photo Library
Slideshow Settings
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Click the Enter key briefly
Click
Sliding up and down on
the touch keypad
Click the Enter key briefly
Photo Library
Searching for a picture
Function up/down to select previous/next image. Click the Enter key to display the
selected image in full screen.
Viewing a picture
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Click left/right key to view previous/next image. Click the Enter key, you can select
and set the selected picture as Music background, Radio background or Record
background. Click the Menu key to exit, clickthe power ON/OFF button to display the
browsing information and progress/status bar. It supportsJPEG, BMP, GIF formats.
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Click
Q u ic k S ta r t
Click
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Slideshow Settings
Photo Library
Click the Enter key briefly
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Click Slide Show Settings to open following sub menu:
A. Time per Slide (Image Delay)
Selects the time each picture is displayed on the screen during a slide show.
B. Repeat: Displays each picture repeatedly.
C. Shuffle Photos: Displays each picture randomly.
D. Auto Rotate: Rotate it automatically to fit for screen display according to the size of
a picture in the player.
E. Transitions (Slide Effect)
Enables/disables overlap effects between each image during a slide show. You can
choose: Random, Push Across, Push Down, Wipe Across, Wipe Down, Wipe from Center.
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Converting Video Files
Converting Video Files
When the installation finishes, Start -> Programs -> VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player is
registered.
Install VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player before using it, then download the video files
from a CD orinternet. Youmay also get useful information from "User's Forum" on
Meizu's website.
Click [Start]--[Programs]--[VirtualDub
for MEIZU Mini Player]--[VirtualDub
for MEIZU Mini Player].
When the program starts, click Input
[Browse] button and choose the
converting file.
Select the converting video file from
the pop-up window, click [Open].
It displays the movie on the current
preview window and the Output
preview window.
Q u ic k S ta r t
2. Using VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player
Using VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player, you can conveniently transform and view video
files which are compatible with the player,the files formats are AVI.
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Converting Video Files
1. Installing VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player
Insert the Installation CD in the CD-ROM
driver. Click [VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini
Player] to start the installation on the
displayed window.
The Installation program starts automatically. When it finishes, click Close
and exit.
It will take yousome time to finish the installation. It may pop up the warningwindow of
installing related plugin, it possibly indicates file is existing depending on the status of
the Windows. Then select "Retry" or "Ignore" to continue installation.
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Converting Video Files
Converting Video Files
Click [ SubTitle], it appears a Pop-u p
window.
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Click [Open] and specify the subtitle
name.
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After open it, itappears the file and
the specified path on the window.
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Click [ Styles[, you can set the styles,
click [OK] and apply it.
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G enerally, you can select AutoFit to
set the video size. To specify a
different size, select [Height] or [Clip ]
and the height changes accordingly.
You can set the Audiobit rate, there
are 56k bps, 128kbps, 256kbps
options available.
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To setthe converting clip, you need to
specify the start point and the endpoint of the paragraph by sliding the
control axes on thewindow.
Q u ic k S ta r t
Click Output [Browse] and specify the
path and file name.Then click [ Save] .
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5
The caption file is the format of .srtas suffix. You may ignore Step6 to Step 9during
your converting files without caption.
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Converting Video Files
Converting Video Files
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Convert
SubTitle
Saved File and Path
VideoSize
Audio Bit R
at e
Converted File and Path
Q u ic k S ta r t
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After finished converting, click Close
button and exit.
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VirtualDub for MEIZU Mini Player
Then click [C onvert] and start converting.
It pops up the video converting progress
and Xv iD status windows.
In put Preview
Preview Control Axes
Stop
Play In put Video
Play Output Video
Move to Previous
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Latter Point
Frame In f o
Start Point
Move the Next
Move to Next continuously
Move to Next continuously
Output Preview
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Video Settings
Play Video
Click the Enter key briefly
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
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1. Function up anddown to select thevideo to play.
2. Click the Enterkey to start playback.
3. During playback, click the Menu key toincrease the volume, click the Enter key to
decrease the volume.
4. Click the PowerON/OFF button to pause the playback.
5. Long click thePower ON/OFF button to exit.
6. Click the Previous or Next key andmove to fast forward or fast rewind.
Note:
Continuous playback time:
About 6 hours (320*[email protected], Video: 384kbps, Audio: MP3 / 128kbps / 44kHz)
Q u ic k S ta r t
Click
3
Video Settings
Play Video
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
Sliding up and down on
the touch keypad
Click
Click the Enter key briefly
1. Select Video in the main menu.
2. Function and select Video Settings, click the Enter key.
There are the following options,
Bass Boost
To set bass boostfor video playback from value 0~15.
Treble Boost To set treble boostfor video playback from value 0~3.
Consecutive Use this item, you may set andplay video consecutively.
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TextView
Play RecordingFiles
Click the Enter key briefly
Click the Enter key briefly
Q u ic k S ta r t
Click
Click
3
View theTEXT Files (txt.)
Play Recording Files
Click
Click the Enter key
Slide on the touch
keypad up and down.
Click
Click
Sliding up and down on
the touch keypad
Click the Enter key briefly
1. When finishes recording, select Record Filelists, and click the Enter key.
2. Slide up anddown on the keypad,you can find andplay the recorded files.
3. Click the Enterkey to start playback.
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Click
Click the Enter key.
1. Connect the playerand your PC withthe provided USB cable.
2. Save the selectedtext file(.txt suffix name) into your MP3player from internet.
3. Disconnect the player and your PC. Turn on the player, select Browser option.
4. Press the Enterkey, you can view the selected text file on yourplayer.
5. Touch slightly the previous/next key, you can move the textfile page by page.
6. Click the Enterkey, it pops up the window, you can select:
A. BookMark ( Bookmark 1, Bookmark 2, Bookmark 3, Jump to Bookmark 1, Jump to
Bookmark 2, Jump to Bookmark 3 ) B.Font Size (16*16, 20*20 )
C. Automatic (Close, 5 Second, 10 Second, 15 Second, 20 Second, 25 Second )
7. Click the Menukey to exit.
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Games and Tools
Games and Tools
Detailed Features byM enu
3. Calendar
Detailed Features byM enu
Select Calendar and click the Enter key toapply it.
Sliding up and downon the keypad toselect the day.
Click the Previous/Next key to select the month.
Click the Menu keyto exit.
Hua Rong Dao, isan ancient Chinese board game, Caocao is theemperor of one ofthe three
kingdoms in ancient China. He was defeated byother two kingdoms in a war and nowtrying to
escape from them. Your mission is tohelp Caocao to escapefrom hunting of therest guys on the
board by shuffling themaround. When Caocao is at the center bottom of the board, nobody can
be on his wayto life, so youwill be promoted tobe Caocao's next lieutanant. A realwinner is the
one who find thebest path with minimum steps.
Click the Enter keyto start the game.
Sliding up and downon the keypad toselect the object.
Click the Menu tomove it up, Enterkey to move itdown, Previous key to left and Next toright.
Long click the powerON/OFF button to exit.
Me n u
1. Hua RongDao
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Games and Tools
4. Stopwatch
Select Stopwatch and click the Enter key toapply it.
Click the Enter key and start.
Click the Previous/Next key to select the options.
Click the Enter key to apply it.
Click the Menu keyto exit.
5. Calculator
2. Box Man
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In planar labyrinth, the man can push onlyone box at atime.
When he finishes pushing all boxes into thedestination position,
you win the game.
Click the Enter keyto start the game.
Click the Menu tomove it up, Enterkey to move itdown,
Previous key to leftand Next to right.
Long click the powerON/OFF button to exit.
This is the menuto provide the calculator.
Select Calculator and click the Enter key toapply it.
Sliding up and downon the keypad toselect the option key.
Click the Enter key to apply it.
Click the Menu keyto exit.
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Detailed Features by Menu
Settings
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3. Main Menu
This function is tolist the related items in Main Menu when
they're set as Openstatus.
Select Settings, Click the Enter key.
Slide up and downon the keypad andselect Main Menu,
click the Enter key.
Slide up and downon the keypad, youcan find the options,
click the Enter key to apply On/O f f option.
This is feature to display the information:
Memory
In formation on the flash memory in the Player is displayed.
You can check usage and remaining memory size .
Some of the flash memory in the Player is used for system area. Therefore, when we
exclude the system area essential for normal operation of the Player, the actual capacity
of the flash memory is somewhat reduced.
For example, with a 256 MB product, about 243MB of memory capacity is normal.
Free Space
Model Number
Operating System version
2. Important Tips
This is to providethe reminding information and operating
procedures on the player.
Select Settings, click the Enter key and apply it.
Slide up and downon the kaybad, select Im portant Tips
and click the Enterkey, then you will find thetips.
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1. About
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Detailed Features by Menu
Music
All Songs, Playlists , Artists, Albums, Song order, Random ,
Repeat, Bass Boost, Treble boost, EQ
Photos
Videos
Listen in, Station lists
Record
Record Files Lists, Start Voic e Record
Now Playing
Game & Tools
HuaRongDao, Boxman, Calendar, Stop Watch , Calculator
Backlight Timer
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Detailed Features by Menu
Detailed Features by Menu
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C. Background Blend
4.Display
This is the feature to adjust the blend of background photo.
Select Background Blend and click the Enter key.
Using your finger by sliding on the keypad, select from
0 to 20 and apply the value.
Click the Enter key to exit.
1.
This menu is forsetting the time for which the backlight is turned on.
Select Backlight Timer and click the Enterkey.
Using your finger by sliding on the keypad, select from: 2sec.,
5sec., 10sec., 15sec., 20 sec., ' AlwaysOn'.
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A. Backlight Timer
D. Fonts Color
This is the feature to select a color for menu fonts.
Select Fonts Color and click the Enter key.
Using your finger by sliding on the keypad to select
different colors.
Click the Enter key and apply the selection.
Click the Menu key to exit.
B. Backlight B rightness
This is the feature to adjust the brightness of the LCD
display.
Select Backlight Brightness and click the Enter key.
Using your finger by sliding on the keypad, select from
0 to 100 and apply the value.
Click the Enter key and move to another option.
Click the Menu key to exit.
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E. Menu BarColor
This is to setthe colors of selecting bar.
You can choose: white, red, dark red, green, dark green,
blue, dark blue, teal, dark teal, purple, dark purple, yellow,
dark yellow, lightgray, black.
Slide and select yourdesired color.
Click the Enter key to apply it.
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Detailed Features by Menu
Detailed Features by Menu
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F. Use Default Background
5. Button Sound Check
This is the featureto set the dateand time.
Select Set Date andTime option, and click the Enter key.
Using your finger by sliding on the keypad, select to set therelated value.
Click the Previous/ Next keys to select the options.
Click the Enter key to apply and moveto the upper menu.
Click the Menu keyto ignore it, thenreturn back.
B. Time Format
The player provides two formats to display the time.
Select Time Format option.
Click the Enter key to select 12 Hours or 24 Hours and
apply it.
Click the Menu keyto exit.
This function is to set button sound asopen or close
during operation.
Select Button Sound Check.
Click the Enter key to select On/O f f option and apply it.
6. Date and Time
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Initialize the background to the original factory settings.
Select Use Default Backgroun d and click the Enterkey,
it pops up thewindow.
Slide and select 'Yes' or 'C ancel' .
Click the Enter key to apply it.
C. Title Time
A. Set Date and Time
This is the featureto display the time on the menu title.
Select Title Time.
Click the Enter key to On or Off option and applyit.
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Format
Format
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Formatting the Flash Memory
Double click [My Computer] and select the [Removable Disk].
Before formatting
Finished installation of the player manager program
Connecting the player to your PC
Backup all data stored in the player
The player is shown as the Removable
Disk on your computer.
Operating procedures
Long press the Power ON/ OFF button
to start the player.
Connect the player and your PC via
USB connection cable.
Select the [Removable Disk] and right
click on it, thenclick [Format] .
A d d itio n a l In fo r m a tio n
The flash Memory ofthe player can beformatted. Please use Windows format tools
to format the player, and restore read& write operations of file systems.
If the flash Memory is formatted, all data stored within is lost.
Take noticeof this fact, examine the following procedures.
Click the [Start] key.
Lo ng Click
* Small end to player, large endto PC
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Handling Instructions
Format
The formatting is start running.
Be careful when storing the set and do not use or place it at the following places:
Places with high humidity;
Places with strong magnetic fields;
Places with extreme temperatures;
Directly under the sunshine or near the equipment that generates heat;
Inside a car with closed windows especially in summer.
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While finishing, click [OK] to finish.
A d d itio n a l In fo r m a tio n
Do not subject the player to severe impact or jarring.
Vibration experienced during walking or exercising will not affect the player. However,
dropping a heavy object on the player may result in damage or sound distortion.
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It pops up thewarning window, select
[OK] to continue.
Exit the formatting, click [Close] to exit.
Please do not repair or disassemble this product by yourself.
Please do not use this product in the place where forbid to use for electronics
products.
Please do not operate this product while driving.
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You should take special care when you format it sinceall the data inthe memory will be
deleted. The folders named Movie, Picture, Record, Music in the playerare system
directories, they will be deleted after format. Reboot and operate the player, then the
directories will be recreated automatically.
Please backup the important information on your note book, any repair result from
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electricity shock, static electricity, change of battery or incorrect using may cause
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Trouble Shooting
Precautions for Using the Product
Frequently back up important
files. All the data stored in the
product may be deleted during
AS.
Keep away from places of
dust and cigarette ash.
If you disassemble or modify
the product arbitrarily, you
cannot receive free services,
and may be excluded from the
scope of service.
Trouble Shooting
The player does not
power on.
Check that the battery 's polarity is correct.
Check the voltage of battery. Replace it with a newone.
Remove the battery and insert it again.
Check whether the HOLD switch on the playeris ON
(Switch to OFF position)
There is no sound.
Check that there are mp3 files in the memory.
Check whether VOLUME is set to "0".
Connect the earphones/remote plug firmly.
Corrupted MP3 or WMA files may make a static noise & the
sound may cut off.
Check your files on the PC to see if they are corrupted.
Characters in LCD are
broken.
Check out Menu - Display - Language and confirm whether
the right language has been selected. If the problem continues,
contact our AS Center.
Failed download of MP3
file
Keep away from impact, do
not contact with the static
objects.
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Please keep the SN of your
player to register on Meizu's
website or for your future's
reference.
SN
Please keep the highperformance transparent
protection film on the player
and do not remove it.
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Make sure that the player does
not get in contact with
chemicals such as benzene
or thinner.
Do not drop player or apply
impact. Shock is the major
cause of breakdown.
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Do not keep it in high
temperatures or in a damp
place for a long time or
dispose in direct sunlight.
Check the connection between your computer and the player.
to ensure that thecable is secure.
Check the Manager program to make sure itis operating.
Check whether the player 's Memory is full.
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Note: Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult the
distributors.
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Memo
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Audio Playback
Picture Format
Video Playback
Record
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79mm 48.2mm 10mm (H W T)
55g (Including Battery)
TFT LCD QVGA 2.4" 320x240 260000 color
High speed USB2.0
Built-in basic Flash Memory (512MB/1GB/2GB/4GB)
Built-in 3.7V, 700mAh Rechargeable Li-ion battery
Free Lossless Audio Codec
FLAC
8~355kbps
WMA (VBR)
Quality0 ~ Quality10
OGG
PCM, MS-ADPCM, IMA-ADPCM
WAV
8kbps ~ 320kbps
MP3 (VBR)
Frequency Response 20Hz ~ 20kHz
S/N Ratio
>90dB
Distortion Rate
<0.05%
Earphone's Output
(L)18mW + (R)18mW(16 Ohm)
BMP, JPG, GIF
1024 1024
AVI
Video: 18 fps, 512kbps
Audio: MP3 56~256kbps,
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Recording Format
Bit Rate: 32kbps ~ 128kbps
Recording Source
Mic
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Dimensions
Weight
LCD
PC Interface
Flash Memory
Power Supply
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Memo
Memo
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