Motorola simplefi Installation & User Manual

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    I M P O RTANT SAFETY NOT I C E S The following is a list of important safety instructions for operating the simplefi: Read Instructions Retain Instructions Heed Warnings Follow Instructions Cleaning Attachments Water and Moisture Power Sources Power-Cord...

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    I M P O RTANT SAFETY NOT I C E S Remote Control and Batteries Replacement Parts Heat Rain or Moisture Damage Requiring Service Overloading IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICES Keep the remote control and enclosed batter- ies away from children. Batteries may cause chemical burns or fire if mishandled.

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    I M P O RTANT SAFETY NOT I C E S Restricted Right Notification For U. S. Government Users The software (including firmware) addressed in this guide is provided to the U.S. Government under agreement which grants the govern- ment the minimum "restricted rights" in the software, as defined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) or the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), whichever is applicable.

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    P R O P R I E TA RY MAT E R I A L Information and software in this document are proprietary to Motorola, Inc. and SimpleDevices, Inc. (or its Suppliers) and without the express prior permission of an officer of Motorola or...

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    P R O P R I E TA RY MAT E R I A L Notification of Canadian Requirements This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.

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    Motorola, Inc. or SimpleDevices, Inc. Any audio content that you may want to play on your simplefi may be protected under copyright law. The unauthorized duplication or sharing of such could be a violation of the rights of the copy- right owner.

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    The Software is never sold. Motorola licenses the Software to the original customer and to any subsequent licensee for personal use only on the terms of this License. Motorola and its 3rd party licensors retain the ownership of the Software.

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    What additional provisions should I be aware of? Because it is impossible for Motorola to know the purposes for which you acquired this Product and Software or the uses to which you will put this Product and Software, you assume full responsibility for the selection of the Product and Software for its installation and use.

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Related Documentation Document Conventions If You Need Help Section 2 System Requirements simplefi Digital Audio Receiver components S o f t w a r e S i m p l e Ware Software Wireless USB Network Adapter Software Section 3...

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    C O N T E N T S Section 5 SimpleServe Console And Media Manager SimpleServe Console SimpleServe Console Options Media Manager Adding Music to Your PC Ripping CDs Downloading From the Internet Organizing Music with Media Manager C h a n n e l s Creating a New Custom Channel Deleting an Existing Custom Channel Renaming an Existing Custom Channel...

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    C O N T E N T S Section 6 Activating Online Guide C h a n n e l s Ta g I t ! B o u n c e I t ! Account Information S i m p l e Ware Updates Appendix A , S p e c i f i c a t i o n s Appendix B, Frequently Asked Questions Appendix C, Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g...

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  • Page 15: Using This Manual

    SECTION 1 Stream Music To Your Stereo The Motoro l a s i m p l e f i™ Digital Audio Receiver enables you to w i relessly stream CD-quality digital audio from your PC or the Intern e t to high-fidelity stereo equipment in your home.

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    SECTION 1 Bookmark Your Favorite Songs With our exclusive Ta g I t !™ feature, you can bookmark any song at s i m p l e f i and then get information about the song at your personal- ized Tags page on your PC—you can learn more about the artist, purchase the CD, find concert tour dates, or share it with a friend! s i m p l e f i is simply the most powerful and convenient way to play CD-quality MP3s and Internet audio on your home stereo equip-...

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    SimpleWare software, and activate Online Guide. Playing Music On Your simplefi your remote control, and browsing and selecting content at s i m p l e f i.

  • Page 18: Related Documentation, Document Conventions, If You Need Help

    SMALL CAPS Italic type If You Need Help If you need assistance while working with the Motorola s i m p l e f i Digital Audio Receiver in the U.S. and Canada: • Call • Check our website at...

  • Page 19: System Requirements, Simplefi Digital Audio Receiver Components

    PC to s i m p l e f i. This section provides information on the following topics: • System re q u i re m e n t s • simplefi Digital Audio Receiver components • SimpleWa re™ Software System Requirements Your computer must meet the following requirements: •...

  • Page 20: Wireless Usb Network Adapter Software

    SECTION 2 Figure 2 -1 simplefi Digital Audio Receiver Components SimpleWare CD-ROM Software s i m p l e f i requires software, which is included, to configure and operate the wireless network. Your s i m p l e f i includes SimpleWare and Wireless USB Network Adapter software on a CD-ROM.

  • Page 21: Setting Up Simplefi

    SECTION 3, INSTALLATION s i m p l e f i near or on top of your stereo receiver and plug s i m p l e f i . Plug the other end of the audio cable into the...

  • Page 22: Installing Simpleware Software

    : If your s i m p l e f i is not in discovery mode, see Appendix C, Troubleshooting for information on how to set the simplefi to d i s c o v e ry mode.

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    SECTION 3 S i m p l e Wa re Welcome screen launches. Click i n s t a l l a t i o n . Figure 3-2 Read the License Agre e m e n t, select License Agre e m e n Figure 3-3 SECTION 3, INSTALLATION I N S TA L L AT I O N...

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    SECTION 3 Use the default folder for installation F i l e s \ S i m p l e Wa re ) Figure 3-4 S i m p l e Wa re installation software displays the following dialog box while installing the SimpleWa re applications. Figure 3-5 SECTION 3, INSTALLATION I N S TA L L ATION...

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    SECTION 3 When SimpleWa re installation is nearly complete, the installation application displays the following dialog box, prompting you to plug in your Wi reless USB Network Adapter. Click complete installation of the SimpleWa re software . Figure 3-6 Plug the Wi reless USB Network Adapter into a USB port on your PC.

  • Page 26: Installing The Wireless Network A D A P T E R

    SECTION 3 Installing The Wireless Network Adapter Windows 98SE, Windows Me, and Windows 2000 support Wireless USB Network Adapters. The installation procedure and dialog boxes shown in this section for Windows 98SE are nearly identical to those for Windows Me and Windows 2000. The following installation instructions use a Windows feature called plug-and-play.

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    SECTION 3 Windows Add New Hard w a re Wi z a rd automatically detects the Wi reless HomeRF USB Network Adapter. Click begin installation. Figure 3-9 Select (Recommended) Figure 3-10 SECTION 3, INSTALLATION I N S TA L L AT I O N S e a rch for the best driver for your device and click N e x...

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    SECTION 3 Select S i m p l e Wa re Figure 3-11 Click on the (+) symbol next to the Figure 3-12 SECTION 3, INSTALLATION I N S TA L L ATION Specify a location, click the B ro w s e CD-ROM.

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    SECTION 3 Windows displays the folder you selected. If Click Figure 3-13 Windows locates the driver files. Click Figure 3-14 Windows prompts you to insert the Windows 98SE CD-ROM. I n s e rt the Windows 98SE CD-ROM and click Figure 3-15 SECTION 3, INSTALLATION C D - R O M d r i v e...

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    SECTION 3 Windows copies files to your hard disk. Figure 3-16 10 Windows prompts you for the P roxim HomeRF driver install disk. Your SimpleWa re CD-ROM includes the Proxim HomeRF driver files. Insert your SimpleWa re CD-ROM and click i n s e rt your SimpleWa re CD-ROM, Windows re q u i res a few seconds to recognize the CD-ROM.

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    SECTION 3 11 You have successfully installed the Wi reless USB Network Adapter driver. Click Figure 3-18 12 You should now re s t a rt your PC. Be sure to eject the disk in your CD-ROM drive before you re s t a rt your PC. 13 When you re s t a rt your PC, S i m p l e S e rve Console s t a rts a u t o m a t i c a l l y.

  • Page 32: Device Discovery

    Appendix C, Troubleshooting for information on how to reset your s i m p l e f i to discovery mode. Looking for PC… simplefi is in discovery mode. After re s t a rting your PC, a dialog box prompts you to enter the last three characters of your s i m p l e f i serial number.

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    SECTION 3 Enter the last three characters of your s i m p l e f i serial number. Figure 3-20 Windows displays a dialog box while your PC discovers and connects to your s i m p l e f i. Figure 3-21 Your PC will discover and connect to your s i m p l e f i.

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    SECTION 3 Enter a name for your s i m p l e f i, for example, Alice’s s i m p l e f i, and click Figure 3-22 You’re now ready to play music on your s i m p l e f i. Go to your s i m p l e f i, and press brief tutorial explaining how to use the remote control to access music on your s i m p l e f i.

  • Page 35: Activating Your Online Guide

    SECTION 3 Activating Your Online Guide After you close the above window, you will see an activation screen for the SimpleWare Online Guide. Online Guide provides you with pre-programmed music and live Internet radio stations streamed directly to your s i m p l e f i. Online Guide also gives you Ta g I t !™...

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    SECTION 3 Click s u b m i Figure 3-25 Fill in user information. Fields marked with a red asterisk are re q u i red fields. Click Figure 3-26 SECTION 3, INSTALLATION I N S TA L L ATION n e x...

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    SECTION 3 The next screen shows services available to you from our Intern e t content partners. You may see diff e rent Internet content p a rtners, depending on the services that are available to you. Click n e x Figure 3-27 Yo u ’...

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    SimpleServe Console. Use Media Manager to create your own channels and playlists, or click on your Online Guide to customize Internet channels. For more information on these and other great features, see Section 4, Playing Music On Your simplefi. SECTION 3, INSTALLATION...

  • Page 39: Before You Start 2

    After you install SimpleWa re, SimpleServe Console launches automatically each time you start your PC. Is simplefi turned on? If not, turn on your s i m p l e f i. E n s u re the Wi reless USB Network Adapter is plugged into a USB port on your PC.

  • Page 40: Remote Control

    The s i m p l e f i remote control has buttons that are similar to those found on a CD player, with a few additional features: SECTION 4, PLAYING MUSIC ON YOUR SIMPLEFI Consists of one or more playlists. For example, Susan’s channel may contain playlists named “Rock”, “Reggae”,...

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    1 1 R e p e a t 1 2 Ta g I t ! 1 3 P o w e r SECTION 4, PLAYING MUSIC ON YOUR SIMPLEFI D e s c r i p t i o n Navigates left to the previous channel, playlist, or track.

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    Figure 4-5 Track name line T rack line selected SECTION 4, PLAYING MUSIC ON YOUR SIMPLEFI button on the s i m p l e f i remote control to navigate R i g h t buttons to browse your music channels.

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    Repeat Repeat button, the s i m p l e f i displays one of three repeat options: SECTION 4, PLAYING MUSIC ON YOUR SIMPLEFI button to play the track. Play button when a new channel is selected,...

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    When you are finished, press the to the current channel, playlist, and track. SECTION 4, PLAYING MUSIC ON YOUR SIMPLEFI button again. s i m p l e f i displays the next repeat button on the s i m p l e f i remote control to control...

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    SECTION 5 Three software applications power your s i m p l e f i system. • SimpleServe Console • Media Manager • Online Guide This section describes how to use SimpleServe Manager to collect, organize, and play music on your s i m p l e f i. For information on Online Guide, see Section 6, Online Guide.

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    SECTION 5 SimpleServe Console SimpleServe Console is the control panel for the s i m p l e f i system. Use SimpleServe Console to easily access your content and set pref- erences. Figure 5 -1 SimpleServe Console C o n t ro l Window control buttons P rovides standard window control H i d e R e s t o re...

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    SECTION 5 SimpleServe Console Options When you right-click on the gray portion of SimpleServe Console, the console displays a menu of options. Figure 5-2 SimpleServe Console Options Menu Item About SimpleServe Console Displays your user name (if you L o g i n P re f e re n c e s Advanced Settings C l o s e...

  • Page 48: Media Manager

    SECTION 5 NOTE: If you stop SimpleServe, music streaming to your s i m p l e f i stops. To restart SimpleServe, open the select Programs Media Manager Use your Media Manager playlist editor to collect and organize your music.

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    SECTION 5 Media Manager includes the following feature s : I t e m P review Track player S e a rch text box Window control buttons P rovides standard window control Options button Add Music button Add Track button New Playlist button Right pane Left pane...

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    SECTION 5 Adding Music to Your PC Several MP3 songs are included with Media Manager for your enjoy- ment. To add more songs to your playlists: • C o n v e rt songs on your CDs to MP3 tracks, also known as “ripping CDs”...

  • Page 51: Channel, Playlist And Track

    SECTION 5 SIMPLESERVE CONSOLE AND MEDIA MANAGER Downloading From the Internet You can download MP3s from sites on the Internet onto your hard disk. Simply go to an MP3 provider, search for a desired song, and download the song to your hard drive. IMPORTANT NOTE Unauthorized duplication or distribution of copyrighted songs may be a violation of the rights of the copyright owner.

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    SECTION 5 Channels A channel is a collection of playlists. There are two types of channels: Custom channels instance, you can create a “Rock” Channel that contains playlists of rock music, or “John’s Channel”, which contains playlists of John’s favorite artists.

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    SECTION 5 NOTE: To add playlists to a channel, see below Creating a New Playlist. Deleting an Existing Custom Channel To delete an existing custom channel: Right-click on the channel you wish to delete in the left pane. Select When asked if you are sure you want to delete the selected channel, click Media Manager deletes the selected channel.

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    SECTION 5 Playlists A playlist is a customized list of tracks, or audio files, on your com- puter, your network, or the Internet. A playlist enables you to group various tracks together to be played in the order that you specify. You can create a playlist that includes a mix of MP3s.

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    SECTION 5 B rowse for a desired playlist (file extension .m3u) Select the desired playlist and click Media Manager adds the imported playlist to the selected channel in the left pane. Deleting an Existing Playlist To delete an existing playlist: Right-click the playlist you wish to delete in the left pane.

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    SECTION 5 T racks A track is any music file on your computer, network, or the Intern e t , such as MP3 files on your hard disk or URL links to Internet MP3s or radio stations. Tracks are grouped in playlists, usually with other similar tracks.

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    SECTION 5 Figure 5 - 5 Adding Tracks to Music Library Adding Tracks to a Playlist (Drag and Drop) To add tracks to a playlist using drag and drop: Click on the playlist in the left pane to which you want to add tracks.

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    SECTION 5 Adding Tracks to a Playlist (Add Track Dialog) To add tracks to a playlist using the Add Track dialog. Click on the playlist in the left pane to which you want to add audio files. Click B rowse for the desired audio file(s). Select the desired audio file(s) and click Media Manager adds the audio file(s) to the selected playlist in the right pane.

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    SECTION 5 Searching for Music in Music Library To find a song in your Music Library: Type in a song title or artist, etc., in the search text box Click the adjacent A list of results matching your query appears in the top pane. Figure 5 - 6 Searching for Music in Music Library...

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    SECTION 6 ONLINE GUIDE Thousands of Internet Songs and Radio Stations Online Guide provides you with online services and audio content from our Internet partners, including thousands of Internet radio streams, MP3s, syndicated audio programming (news, talk shows, comedy, and more) and other online content to help you discover new music and enhance your experience with s i m p l e f i.

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    SECTION 6 Online Guide The following figure shows Online Guide features. Figure 6 -1 Online Guide I t e m F e a t u red Channels H o m e C h a n n e l s Ta g s Account Info SECTION 6, ONLINE GUIDE ONLINE GUIDE...

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    SECTION 6 S u p p o rt Back button F o rw a rd button Stop button 1 0 R e f resh button 1 1 Window control buttons P rovides standard window control Activating Online Guide To activate your Online Guide subscription, ensure you can access the Internet from your PC.

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    SECTION 6 Figure 6-2 Online Guide After making changes to your online channels, click the button in Media Manager to update featured channel information. Figure 6-3 Refreshing Featured Channel Information SECTION 6, ONLINE GUIDE click on an online channel refresh button ONLINE GUIDE refresh...

  • Page 65: The Remote Control 2, Simpleserve Console 3

    SECTION 6 TagIt! s i m p l e f i ’s unique TagIt! feature enables you to bookmark a song, then learn more about the song on your PC. To tag a song, simply press the on the remote control while a song is playing. The s i m p l e f i display briefly flashes the TagIt! logo on the right portion of the display to indicate you successfully tagged the currently playing track.

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    SECTION 6 Figure 6-5 Tag Information Page BounceIt! BounceIt! enables you to send information on a tagged song to a friend. Click Tags page. Check the box next to the song for which you wish to send i n f o rmation, and click Enter the email address of a friend in the box next to the b u t t o n .

  • Page 67: Account Information

    SECTION 6 Account Information Account Info your account. Use this feature to update personal information. Note: When you update your user profile, you will need to type your user name and password in again. This is for your security and protection.

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    A P P E N D I X A System Requirements Your computer must meet the following requirements: • Computer with Pentium class or faster pro c e s s o r • Windows® 98SE™, Windows Me™, or Windows 2000™ •...

  • Page 71: Media Manager 3

    Internet to re f resh your Internet c o n t e n t . How many MP3s can I store in my simplefi? None! s i m p l e f i plays music files stored in Media Manager on your home PC.

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    A P P E N D I X B Can simplefi play music from the Internet? Yes. s i m p l e f i s u p p o rts a number of free and subscription Intern e t music services.

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    Connecting to PC… Press PLAY button for help. simplefi is looking for SimpleServe. s i m p l e f i displays this message after “Connecting to PC…”, indicating s i m p l e f i suc- cessfully pinged the PC running SimpleServe.

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    Configuring IP Address Information. Try rediscovering s i m p l e f i. For help on rediscovering s i m p l e f i, see troubleshooting tip (Auto-discovery is not detecting simplefi) in Appendix C, Troubleshooting. Turn on your PC.

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    Reconfigure simplefi? Yes. s i m p l e f i displays this message to prompt you to reset simplefi. IMPORTANT: Keep in mind that if you reset s i m p l e f i, you must rediscover your s i m p l e f i by pressing on the on SimpleServe Console.

  • Page 77: Troubleshooting

    • You re f o rmatted your hard disk and reinstalled Windows. Yo u ’ l l need to re-install SimpleServe as well. The procedure to reset s i m p l e f i depends on whether simplefi is connected to SimpleServe, as described below.

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    For help on discovery, see Section 3, Installation. To reset simplefi while simplefi is attempting to connect to SimpleServe (PC turned on) s i m p l e f i Connecting to PC…...

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    Some applications, such as HyperTerminal, can periodically prevent device discovery from occurring successfully. Also, review the next troubleshooting tip. PC can’t discover simplefi. AutoIP assigned IP addresses to two network adapters on my PC. If AutoIP assigns IP addresses to two, or more, network adapters on your PC, your PC network is improperly configured.

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    A P P E N D I X C simplefi screen continues to display “Connecting to PC…” but does not connect to PC • • • • • • • • AutoIP is assigning my wireless adapter different IP addresses. What can I do? If AutoIP is assigning your wireless adapter different IP address- es, your s i m p l e f i will not connect to the PC.

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    A P P E N D I X C Re-insert the SimpleWare CD to launch the installer. The light on wireless adapter is not green A green light indicates a working adapter. Check the following: • • • If the light on your wireless adapter is dark, install your wireless adapter software.

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    A P P E N D I X C T R O U B L E S H O OTING The Wireless USB Network Adapter is plugged into a USB port, but the light doesn’t come on. Make sure you’ve plugged the Wireless USB Network Adapter into a powered USB port on the back of your PC, or into a pow- ered USB hub (ensure the USB hub is powered by an external power supply).

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    A P P E N D I X C T R O U B L E S H O OTING I use a dial-up modem to connect to the Internet. Some Internet radio streams stop playing every several seconds. Why? Your Internet connection may not be fast enough to play that particular Internet radio station.

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    A P P E N D I X C Figure C-2 simplefi display indicates a song is playing, but I can’t hear the music. • • • • • • There are no songs on the simplefi display. Ensure there is music in Music Library within Media Manager.

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    The green LED on s i m p l e f i also blinks each time you press a button. I changed the IP address of my wireless adapter, and simplefi doesn’t work anymore.

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    Restart your PC. When I clicked music playing on simplefi stopped. If you attempt to discover s i m p l e f i while it is playing, the audio stream is temporarily disrupted because your PC is attempting to find another s i m p l e f i.

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    If a DHCP server is available on your wireless network, s i m p l e f i and your Wireless USB Network Adapter get IP address information from the DHCP server. IP addresses for simplefi and the Wireless USB Network Adapter are determined by the DHCP server.

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    APPENDIX D Why would this occur? Your PC might select a different IP address for your Wireless USB Network Adapter if, for example, you have many PCs on your wireless network. When you turn off your PC, another PC arriving on the network can take the IP address last used by your PC.

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    APPENDIX D Figure D-1 Enter IP address information for your HomeRF Wi reless USB Network Adapter. The sample screen below shows how to set the static IP address for your Wi reless USB Network Adapter to 169.254.197.68, with Netmask set to 255.255.0.0. Figure D-2 Click of Section 3, Installation to connect s i m p l e f i to your PC.

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    • P roxy server settings Set simplefi IP Address To set the IP address of your s i m p l e f i, right-click on the s i m p l e f i icon in the SimpleServe Console. Select the i t e m .

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    APPENDIX D Figure D-5 Click to s i m p l e f i when you discover s i m p l e f i again. For help on discovering s i m p l e f i again, see Device Discovery in Section 3, I n s t a l l a t i o n.

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    APPENDIX D Click on Figure D-7 Click and other information for the proxy serv e r. SimpleServe support s N o n e and B a s i c authentication schemes. For help, ask an IT specialist in your company. Figure D-8 Click APPENDIX D, CONFIGURING IP ADDRESS INFORMATION...

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    APPENDIX D If your network has a proxy server, you will also need to modify Windows to bypass your proxy server for local IP addresses. To bypass your proxy server for local IP addresses, follow these steps: F rom the Windows Double-click on the Click on the Click...

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    APPENDIX E SETTING HOMERF SECURITY C O D E The installation procedure described in Section 3, Installation assumes default settings for HomeRF parameters. Default network settings are sufficient for most installations. In other words, the installation procedure is designed so that you do not need to know anything about wireless networking to install these products successfully.

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    APPENDIX E SETTING HOMERF SECURITY C O D E Select the wireless adapter and click Figure E-1 In the wireless adapter pro p e rties dialog box, select the A d v a n c e d Figure E-2 APPENDIX E, SETTING HOMERF SECURITY CODE P ro p e rt i e t a b .

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    APPENDIX E SETTING HOMERF SECURITY C O D E Click that is appropriate for your wireless network in the Value field. Click Figure E-3 Security Codes – Windows 2000 Follow the instructions below to manually configure the security code, also known as a network ID, of the wireless adapter connected to your PC.

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    APPENDIX E SETTING HOMERF SECURITY C O D E Figure E-4 In the Local Area Connection Pro p e rties dialog box, click C o n f i g u Figure E-5 APPENDIX E, SETTING HOMERF SECURITY CODE...

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    APPENDIX E SETTING HOMERF SECURITY C O D E In the Home RF Adapter Pro p e rt i e s dialog box, select the A d v a n c e d Figure E-6 Click that is appropriate for your wireless network in the Click Figure E-7 APPENDIX E, SETTING HOMERF SECURITY CODE...

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    APPENDIX F If your PC does not fully support Windows plug and play, Windows may not automatically display driver installation wizard dialogs when you plug your Wireless USB Network Adapter into a USB port. If this happens, you must locate and install the wireless driver files manual- Guidelines for manually installing the Wireless Adapter drivers follow, however, be aware that not all of these steps may appear on your computer exactly as they do here.

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    APPENDIX F Windows displays a message informing you it’s searching for new Plug and Play devices. Click Figure F-2 If you see HomeRF Adapter in the device window, choose the device is in the list possible that the Wi reless Adapter won’t appear in the device w i n d o w.

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    APPENDIX F Windows will search for the wireless adapter. Choose ( R e c o m m e n d e d ) Figure F-4 Click s e a rching. The process can take a few minutes. Figure F-5 APPENDIX F, MANUAL INSTALLATION OF WIRELESS ADAPTER SOFTWARE M A N UAL INSTA L L ATION OF WIRELESS ADAPTER SOFTWA R E and click...

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    APPENDIX F At this point, Windows will either find the wireless adapter and allow you to locate driver software for it, or you’ll see the following dialog box, instructing you to manually locate the device. Click Figure F-6 You’ll be asked to select the type of hard w a re you want to install. S c roll down to Click Figure F-7...

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    APPENDIX F The installation software for the wireless adapter is on the S i m p l e Wa re CD-ROM. Your SimpleWa re CD-ROM should already be in your CD-ROM drive. If it isn’t, insert the SimpleWa re CD-ROM now. Click Figure F-8 1 0 A dialog box prompts you to insert the disk and locate the s o f t w a re files.

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    APPENDIX F Click Figure F- 10 1 2 Windows displays Install From Disk window with the correct path. Click Figure F-11 1 3 Windows locates the wireless adapter driver software on the S i m p l e Wa re CD-ROM. Ensure the RF Adapter Figure F-12 APPENDIX F, MANUAL INSTALLATION OF WIRELESS ADAPTER SOFTWARE...

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    APPENDIX F 1 4 Windows locates the hard w a re and is ready to install the software for the wireless adapter. Click Windows rebuilds the driver information database. You may see a number of pro g ress indicator boxes as Windows copies files and builds driver information for the wireless adapter.

  • Page 109: Adding Music To Your Pc 3, Downloading From The Internet 3, Channel, Track

    B rowsing Content While a Track is Playing 29 B rowsing Playlists 28 B rowsing Tracks 28 CD inputs 7 CD-ripping 36 Channel name line, simplefi display 28 Channels 48 Channels link in Online Guide 49 Components 5 Configuring IP Address Information 73...

  • Page 110: Removing A Track, Playing Music On Your Pc 4, Channel

    Online Guide button 35 Options button 35 O rganizing Music 37 P a s s w o rd 53 Playing music on simplefi 25 Playing Music on Your PC 45 Playlist name line 28 Playlists 26 Plug and play 12, 87...

  • Page 111: Tagit!

    S e a rch text box 35 S e a rching for Music in Music Library 45 Security Codes 81 Select button 27 Setting Up simplefi 7 Wi reless USB Network Adapter 12 Setup.exe 8 Simplefi display 26 Simplefi messages 59...

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