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GiiNii 3.5" Digital Picture Frame
Model GN-311
User Guide and User Manual
Edition Version 1
www.giinii.com
© 2008 GiiNii International
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    GiiNii 3.5” Digital Picture Frame Model GN-311 User Guide and User Manual Edition Version 1 www.giinii.com © 2008 GiiNii International...

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    Quick Start Guide 1. Connect to power Place your Digital Photo Frame on a flat surface. Con- nect the USB power as shown below: Or insert Battery AAA (3pcs) and then press Power to turn on the Digital Photo Frame.

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    display on the Picture frame. Auto detection will occur for Windows 2000/ME/XP and MAC OS. After transferred the photos and safety removed from PC, the photo frame will return to the previous status. Your PC can also now access the any memory card inserted in the digital picture frame besides the internal memory.

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    4. Start Up Press the power button on the back of the photo frame. The photo frame will automatically scan photos of supported formats in the memory card. Once ready, it will begin playing slideshow automatically. Note: If the device cannot start up, check to see if the wall outlet is functional and the USB power is plugged properly.

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    Button Function description Power Long Press the power button to turn on or off (G but- the player ton) Short Press the power button (to access G button) for navigating between: Slideshow(clock background), Clock switch-in, and Slideshow Exit Return to previous menu Left Previous item Right...

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    Cadre photo numérique GiiNii 3.5” Modèle GN-311 Guide d’utilisation et mode d’emploi Version d’édition 1 www.giinii.com © 2008 GiiNii International...

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    Guide de démarrage rapide 1. Branchement à l’alimentation Placez votre cadre photo numérique sur une surface plane. Connectez l’alimentation USB comme indiqué ci-dessous : Ou bien insérez des piles AAA (3 unités) et appuyez sur le bouton d’Alimentation pour allumer le cadre photo numérique.

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    ci-dessous s’affiche sur le cadre photo. La détection automatique se produit pour Windows 2000/ME/XP et MAC OS. Êtes-vous certain d’être connecté au PC ?; Pilote USD Après y avoir transféré les photos et l’avoir débranché en toute sécurité du PC, le cadre photo retourner à l’état précédent.

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    3. Insérer une carte mémoire Avant d’allumer votre cadre photo, veuillez in- sérer une carte mémoire contenant des photos dans la fente indiquée ici sur le côté de votre cadre photo. 4. Démarrage Appuyez sur le bouton d’alimentation au dos du cadre photo.

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    6. Boutons de fonctions Bouton Description de la fonction Alimenta- Appuyez longuement sur le bouton d’alimentation tion pour allumer ou éteindre le lecteur (Bouton Appuyez brièvement sur le bouton d’alimentation (pour accéder au bouton G) pour naviguer entre : Diaporama (avec horloge en fond d’écran), Horloge, et Diaporama Quitter Pour retourner au menu précédent...

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    Marco de fotos digital GiiNii de 3,5” Modelo GN-311 Guía del usuario y Manual del usuario Versión 1 de la edición www.giinii.com © 2008 GiiNii International...

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    Guía de inicio rápido 1. Conexión a la alimentación Coloque su marco de fotos digital sobre una superficie plana. Conecte el adaptador de alimentación USB como se indica en la imagen siguiente: O inserte las baterías AAA (3 uds.) y presione el botón de Encendido para encender el marco de fotos digital.

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    de fotos y espere a que aparezca la siguiente figura en la pantalla del mismo. La detección automática se realizará en Windows 2000 / ME / XP y MAC OS. Controlador USB Una vez transferidas las fotografías y desconectado el marco con seguridad del PC, el marco de fotos volverá...

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    tarjeta de memoria que contenga fotografías en la ranura que se muestra en la ilustración, situada en el lateral del marco de fotos. 4. Inicio Presione el botón negro situado en la parte trasera del marco de fotos. El marco de fotos buscará automáticamente fotografías con formato compatible en la tarjeta de memoria.

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    6. Botones de función Botón Descripción de la función Encendido Mantenga pulsado este botón para encender o apagar (botón G) el reproductor. Presione brevemente el botón (para acceder al botón G) para navegar entre los modos: Presentación (con fondo de reloj), Conmutación de reloj y Presentación. Salir Permite volver al menú...

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    CHAPTER 3: MENU OPTIONS CALENDAR CLOCK PHOTO SETTING CHAPTER 4: OTHER FEATURES CONNECTING TO A PC REPLACEMENT PARTS CHAPTER 5: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION CHAPTER 6: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS CHAPTER 7: REGULATORY ISSUES AND WARRANTY 7.1 REGULATION & COMPLIANCE 7.2 GIINII 90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY...

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    To get the most out of your new GiiNii product, please read through this entire User Guide before using your GiiNii Digital Picture Frame. Chapter 1 shows how to get started.

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    Key features ▪ G Button: Navigation Button between slideshow and clock at any menu and any mode ▪ Support of multiple Memory Card formats: SD, MMC, MMC+, Ms and xD through a 5-in-1 card socket ▪ Selectable transition effects for Slideshow ▪...

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    Digital picture frame. 1.2 Connecting to Power 3 ways to power your GiiNii Digital Picture Frame (1) By AC Adaptor Place your digital picture frame on a flat surface. Insert...

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    Helpful Tips • Press the power button continuously for 2 seconds to turn on the product while it is placed on a stable and level surface • If the device cannot start up, check the wall outlet for proper functionality and see if the power adaptor is plugged in properly in the back.

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    3) Power by PC (USB cable connect to PC) Simply connect the frame to the PC using provided USB cable, and the frame can be powered on. 1.3 Inserting a Memory Card Before turning on your Picture Frame, please insert a Memory Card containing pictures into the slot shown here on the side of your Picture Frame.

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    Play Priority File Source 1.4 G button function description Press G button to navigate between Slideshow, Clock (Analog or Digital Clock) and Slideshow (with Clock background) 1.5 Turning on the Digital Picture Frame Press the power button on the back of the Picture Frame.

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    Chapter 2: Buttons and Functions Button Function description Power Long Press the power button to turn on or off (G but- the player ton) Short Press the power button (to access G button) for navigating between: Slideshow(clock background), Clock switch-in, and slideshow Exit Return to previous menu Left...

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    Chapter 3: Menu Options The following entries are in the standard Main Menu: Calendar Clock Photo Setting In slideshow, press OK to access Main Menu: Calen- dar, Clock, Photo and Setting. Use Up or Down arrow to select the menus. Calendar •...

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    • Press the Left/Right arrows to view day/month/year. • Press OK to confirm and exit. Clock • Use the Left/Right arrows to select Clock. • Use the arrows again to select Digital Clock or Analog Clock. • Press OK to access the Clock. (1) Analog Clock •...

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    (2) Digital Clock • Press OK to confirm and exit. Photo In this mode, use the Left or Right arrow to select the previ- ous or next photo. • Once photo is selected, press OK to access submenus and edit. •...

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    Press OK to confirm the selection. Contrast Press OK to access Contrast. Press Left or Right to select the contrast. Press OK to confirm and exit. Brightness Press OK to access Brightness. Press Left or Right to select the brightness. Press OK to confirm and exit.

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    Rotate Press OK to access Rotate. Use Left or Right arrow to select between 0, 90,-90 and180. Press OK to confirm the selection. Delete Press OK to access Delete. Press Left or Right to delete or not. Select No to cancel the deletion and return to the previous menu;...

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    Setting • Use the Left/Right arrow to select Setting. • Press OK to access Setting. Date/Time Setting In this mode, press OK to access the submenus for AM/PM, Minute, Hour, Day, Month and Year. Use the Left or Right arrow to select one of them and press OK to access.

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    EnerGiiNii Press OK to access EnerGiiNii. Use Left or Right arrow to select between EnerGiiNii Off, EnerGiiNii On, EnerGiiNii Save 20% and EnerGii- Nii Save 50%. Press OK to confirm and exit. Notice : If users use battery to be the power source, the EnerGiiNii function will disable and can not be selected because of the extension of the operation time.

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    Brightness Press OK to access Brightness. Use the Left or Right arrow to select between Normal, Brighter and Darker. Press OK to confirm and exit. Contrast Press OK to access Contrast. Use the Left or Right arrow to select between Normal, Soft and Sharp.

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    Language Press OK to access Language. Use Left or Right arrow to select between English, Français, Nederlands, Español, Deutsch, Português and Italiano. Reset Press OK to access Reset. Use the Left or Right arrow to select Yes or No. Select Yes, press OK to reset all settings;...

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    Slideshow Setting In this mode, press OK to access the submenu: Inter- val, Transition and Play Mode. Interval Use Left or Right arrow to select Interval and press OK to access. Use Left or Right arrow again to select between 1 Minute, 10 Seconds and 3 Seconds.

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    Press OK to confirm and exit. Play Mode Use Left or Right arrow to select between Repeat All, Single and Random. Press OK to confirm and exit. Information Press OK to access Information and view the photo frame’s system information as shown below: xit.

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    Chapter 4: Other Features Connecting to a PC You can transfer Pictures to the Picture frame from your PC by inserting an external memory card. Turn off the picture frame’s power and connect the Picture frame to your PC using a mini-USB cable. Turn the Picture frame back on and wait for the below figure to display on the Picture frame.

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    Replacement Parts If you need a replacement part for your GiiNii Digital Picture Frame, call us at 1-866-909-3550 or write to us at: customerservice@giinii.com.

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    Chapter 5: Technical specification LCD Screen Shell Material Buttons Supported Cards Picture Format USB Cable Important Notice Specifications may change without notice due to product improvements or upgrades. Ratio 4 : 3 Resolution 320x3(RGB)x240 Brightness 250 cd/m2 (min.) Contrast 300 (min) Viewing Horizontal: 120 typical Angle...

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    1. The Digital Picture frame supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista. Other operating systems may work but are not supported by GiiNii. 2. If the Picture Frame is not recognized by USB ports at the front side of the PC, try the USB ports at rear side (usually near the...

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    Chapter 7: Regulatory issues and War- ranty 7.1 Regulation & Compliance 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 interfer- ence in a residential installation.

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    7.2 GiiNii 90-Day Limited Warranty Please read this Limited Warranty carefully. The limited warranty set forth below is given by GiiNii, the maker of your new Digital picture frame, when purchased in the United States of America through an authorized retailer and used for non-commercial pur- poses.

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    The customer bears the responsibility to ship the product back to GiiNii, at their cost. Pending review of the product, that shipping cost will be refunded to the customer. To make a warranty claim, you must first contact Customer Service and receive a Return Authorization Code.

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    If you do not have the original package, please consult with our Customer Service team to determine the best way to return your product to us. GiiNii cannot be responsible for damages incurred during return shipping; insurance is highly recommended.

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    Warning Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly ap- proved by GiiNii International voids this warranty and may result in personal injury and/or property damage.

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    © 2008 GIINII INTERNATIONAL...

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