synchronisation and backup
Your new Backup ﬁle will now appear under
Previously created backups.
Restoring any backed-up ﬁles will
replace any ﬁles currently on your WiPOQ
device. If you don't wish to lose them, be sure
to back up the existing data before restoring
a previous backup ﬁle.
restoring your data
Click once on the Backup ﬁle you wish to
restore to your WiPOQ and then click the
A warning will be displayed to remind you
that restoring a backup will rewrite all the
data currently existing on your WiPOQ with
the backed-up ﬁle. Click Yes to continue.
It will take a few minutes to restore the
data to your WiPOQ.When complete your
WiPOQ will automatically reset.
uninstalling the synchronisation software
If you need to uninstall the software from
From the start menu, select Programs
and scroll to WiPOQ Messenger – PC
Suite.Two options will be displayed in the
expanded menu, select Uninstalling WiPOQ
Messenger – PC Suite.
Conﬁrm you wish to remove the WiPOQ
synchronisation software.Your computer will
then begin to uninstall.
File Explorer is where you can access all
your saved ﬁles, from email attachments to
photographs, from downloads to PDFs.
The File Explorer is split into two categories:
All ﬁles with the extension pdf, doc, xls or ppt
All picture ﬁles, save with the extension png
open a ﬁle
Scroll to the ﬁle you wish to view and press the
Select key. Alternatively press the Menu key and
select Open from the popup menu.
You can view your picture ﬁles quickly
using the Gallery in My WiPOQ.
rename a ﬁle
Scroll to the ﬁle you wish to rename using the
Navigation key. Press the Menu key and select
the Rename option from the popup menu.
Enter the new ﬁle name and select OK using
the Select key.
create a new folder
From either the main Explorer screen, or within
one of the other folders – depending on where
you would like your new folder to exist – press
the Menu key. Enter the name of your new
folder, e.g.Work, and select OK to save.The
new folder will appear, and you can begin to
save items to it.
edit your folders
You can move a ﬁle from one folder to another,
reorganising your Explorer just as you would
your documents on your computer.