Jump to a letter in a list Music lists have alpha-
betical headings. Tap any letter for a letter menu,
Before connecting your Zune to your computer,
then tap another letter to jump to that position
visit www.zune.net/setup to install the latest version
in the list.
of the Zune software.
Zoom Two short taps will enlarge your view of a
picture or a website.
Connect your Zune to your computer.
Screen lock/unlock To avoid accidental touch
Your Zune charges whenever it's connected. First
commands, turn the screen off by pressing the on/
charge might take an hour or more.
off button. To turn on the screen, press the on/off
button, then move your finger across the screen to
Sync your stuff:
PIN lock/unlock Use PIN lock to require a 4-digit
code for screen access. You can enable/disable PIN
In the Zune software, set sync options in Software
lock in Settings.
Settings or drag and drop items to the player.
HD Radio Zune HD supports HD Radio
digital reception and—in many cases—additional
programming from your favorite FM stations. Avail-
ability depends on station broadcasts and Zune
reception. For a list of stations in your area, visit
On/off Press the on/off button to turn on. The
player will turn off by itself after a period of
inactivity. To turn it off manually, press and hold
the button until you see the off option.
Return to home screen Press the home button.
Go to Quickplay Tap the background on the home
screen to bring Quickplay to the fore.
Add items to Quickplay Tap and hold an album,
genre, video, or other item to see additional
options, then select Add to Quickplay.
Shuffle all music Tap the play button at the imme-
diate left of the word Music on the home screen.
Previous screen Press the magnified text at the
top of the screen or the virtual back button (when
Playback options Buttons to shuffle, repeat, and
rate songs appear along the bottom of the now-
Playlists To save a playlist of the songs you're
listening to: go to Music, Playlists, Now Playing
and click the Save button.
When you're playing content, tap the screen once
to access basic media controls.
Volume Press the media button, then move your
finger up or down the screen to raise or lower
Next/previous Press the media button, then tap
the onscreen previous/next buttons.
Fast-forward/rewind To fast-forward, press the
media button, then press and hold the left side of
the screen. To go back, press and hold the right side.
Add to now playing This adds a song,
album, or playlist to the end of your now-
playing list. If you're shuffling all music,
the song, album, or playlist will follow the
Send This sends a song, album, playlist, or
picture to another Zune member's inbox.
Return to previous screen
What if my Zune HD doesn't turn on when I
first take it out of the box?
Your player's battery might need to be charged
before first use.
How long does Zune HD take to charge?
The player should fully charge in about 2 hours. If
you don't see the charging symbol, try switching
to another USB port on your PC or use the Zune AC
adapter (sold separately).
What if the Zune software can't find my player?
Try connecting to a different USB port on your
What if my Zune HD isn't responding?
Try restarting it: press and hold the on/off button
for 7 seconds.
What media file formats are supported by Zune?
Zune supports .wma, .mp4, .m4a, .m4b, and .mp3
for audio; .wmv and .m4v for video; and .jpg
How can I view high-definition programming
with my Zune HD?
Zune HD will display compatible 720p high-defini-
tion sources on its built-in screen (480 × 272).
To view HD sources at true high-definition resolution,
however, your Zune HD must be playing HD
files while connected to a high-definition TV
using the Zune HD & AV Dock and an HDMI
cable (both sold separately). Visit
www.zune.net for more info.
HD Radio technology is manufactured under license from
Can I use my Zune while it's connected to my
iBiquity Digital Corp. U.S. and foreign patents. HD Radio and
the HD Radio logo are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity
Yes. Close the Zune software to use your Zune. It
will continue to charge while it's connected.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
How do I sync wirelessly with my computer?
To set up wireless sync, connect your Zune using
the supplied sync cable. Then, in the Zune software,
Be sure to check out www.zune.net/support for tips and
go to Settings, Player, Wireless Sync and follow
tricks and detailed product info.
the on-screen instructions. For more info, visit
See the Zune
information and helpful tips.
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