“SD card”. • As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make • The version of this software that is installed and used on your computer is referred to as design and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice.
SHARP monitors (as of August 2016) Client (Available models differ according to region.) • For the PN-60TA3 / PN-70TA3 / PN-L603A / PN-L703A, this software is preinstalled on Monitor preinstalled with this software the monitor. (Lite version) (Host [lite version host]) For a lite version host, a maximum of 20 clients can be connected at the same time.
■ ■ Client ■ ■ LAN environment Android devices (as of August 2016) Ensure that the host and the client are ready to connect to the same local network. The smartphone or tablet must fulfill the requirements below. For the connection settings, refer to the manuals for the devices. Android 2.3.3 - 6.0 with English language support TIPS * Insert an SD card if you are using a device which has an SD card slot.
When the Details screen is displayed, check the app's functions, developer, and other detailed information. Double-tap the setup program “Setup.exe”. Tap the search field, type “SHARP Display Connect”, and tap [Search]. Follow the instructions on the screen. • If a “User Account Control” window appears, tap [Yes] (or [Allow]).
• Refer to the manuals that came with your Mac OS device. Tap [App Store]. Tap [App Store]. Tap the search field, type “SHARP Display Connect”, and tap [Search]. Tap the search field, type “SHARP Display Connect”, and tap [Search]. Tap the [SHARP Display Connect] that appears in the search results.
The start menu appears. up as a host]. - From the [Start] button on the Windows taskbar, tap [All Programs] - [SHARP Display Connect] - [SHARP Display Connect], and then tap [Start up as a host]. • When the application is started for the fi rst time, if a message saying "Windows Firewall has blocked some features of this program"...
• Refer to the manuals that came with the client. Android/iOS device: Tap [SDConnect]. Windows device: Tap [SHARP Display Connect] on the desktop and tap [Start up as a participant]. Mac OS device: Double-tap [SHARP Display Connect] in the application folder.
Screen guide Main screen on host (Host menu) (1) Open Receive Folder Opens the folder where files downloaded from the client are stored. (2) Send File Sends files to the client. (page 21) (3) Set Public Files (10) Sets the file to make public on the client. (page 15) (4) Settings Configures host operation settings.
Main screen on client Tap [Open menu] to display the menu. (1) Screen Sharing Tap [Close menu] to close the menu. Displays the host screen on the client screen. (page 13) (2) Send File Sends client files to the host or another client. (page 22, page 27) (3) Received Files Open menu Close menu...
Windows Device (1) Home Operation Guide: Displays operation guides. (page 31) (14) Join Conference/Exit Conference: (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)(11) (12) (13) To end the connection with the host without exiting the application, tap [Exit Conference]. To reconnect, tap [Join Conference] and select a host to connect to. (page 9) Settings: Configures client operation settings.
Sharing screen display When join conference and screen sharing is allowed on the host, you can display the host screen on client screens. (1) Show/Hide operation menu Shows/hides the operation menu. Android/iOS device: On the main screen on the client, tap [Open menu] - [Screen Sharing].
Sharing client screen display (Screen sharing) (Windows device) You can display the screen of a client joining the meeting* on the host. * On a Windows device, this is only possible when the screen sharing has been allowed. ■ ■ Specifying the client for screen sharing from the host On the host, touch a client.
Setting public files ■ ■ Client operation (Obtaining public fi les) You can set public files in advance and obtain these files when the client joins a meeting. When the client logs in at a later point in time, the client can obtain the files without the host having to send them again.
Operating a monitor from a client You can operate the host from a client. ■ ■ Remote operation (Host Control mode) (1) Remote operation area Operate the host with this area. (Tap: left click, long touch: right click, drag: drag) You can operate the host from a client.
■ ■ Remote operation (Pointer mode) (1) Remote operation area Displays the pointer on the host. Drag this area to move the position of the pointer on the monitor. Android/iOS device: On the main screen on the client, tap [Open menu] - [Pointer]. (2) Show/Hide operation menu Windows/Mac OS device: On the main screen on the client, tap [Pointer].
Handwriting on the screen of the monitor (1) Handwriting area: The area where handwriting operations are possible. You can handwrite a memo on the Pen Software screen of the host with a client. Android/iOS device: On the main screen on the client, tap [Open menu] - [Hand (2) Show/hide operation menu: Shows/hides the operation menu.
Handwriting by importing the screen You can capture the screen displayed on the host, import it into the client, and draw on it (1) Handwriting area: The area where handwriting operations are possible. with the client. (2) Show/hide operation menu: Shows/hides the operation menu. Android/iOS device: On the main screen on the client, tap [Open menu] - [User (3) Change operation menu position: Changes the display position of the operation Memo].
■ ■ Confi guring the pen ■ ■ Viewing past User Memo Configure the pen settings when using the pen function in User Memo or handwriting. A list of User Memos saved in the past can appears. On the User Memo screen, tap [User Memo List]. Android/iOS/Mac OS device: On the User Memo or handwriting screen, tap [Pen].
Sending files from the host to the client You can send files from the host to the client. (Recommended file size: 10MB or less) Client operation It is possible to send images, documents, and other data files. Host operation Android/iOS device: On the main screen on the client, tap [Open menu] - [Received Files].
Sending files from the client to the host You can send files from the client to the host. (Recommended file size: 10MB or less) It is possible to send images, documents, and other data files. Client operation (Android/iOS Device) TIPS On the main screen on the client, tap [Send File].
■ ■ Scan by camera (iOS Device) Correct the image. When you take a picture of paper documents or other materials, scan by camera can detect the dimensions of the paper and make an image with only that area. TIPS •...
■ ■ Selecting files ■ ■ Sending selected files You can send files saved on a client to the host. When files to be sent are selected, a preview screen is displayed. From the Send File screen, tap [Open menu] and then [Select File]. A list of files appears.
Imports selected files as images just like those printed on a printer to the whiteboard in Pen Software. • Do not change the name of “Send print data to SHARP Pen Software” in “Devices and (3) Send to Folder Printers”. If the name is changed, the application will not function correctly.
Host operation ■ ■ Files sent using “Send to Folder” • Tapping [Open Receive Folder] in the Host menu opens the folder where files received ■ ■ Files sent using “Paste on Current Sheet” from the client are stored. • Images received from a client are pasted to the Pen Software whiteboard. ■...
Transferring files between clients Sending-side operation You can transfer files between clients without them being connected to the host. First set the client that will receive the file to the standby to receive state, and then send the file from the other client. (Recommended file size: 10MB or less) TIPS Receiving-side operation •...
Opening files You can open files received. Select file. On Android devices you operate files in the Downloads folder on the SD card. On iOS devices you operate files saved on the device's own memory Android/iOS device On the main screen on the client, tap [Received Files]. Select the list to display.
■ ■ Sending files by e-mail Tap [Open menu]. The file open menu appears. You can send a selected file as an e-mail attachment. The e-mail application installed on the client is started up. From the file operation screen, tap [Open menu] and then tap [Send by e-mail]. Enter the necessary details and send the e-mail.
■ ■ Sending files to an application ■ ■ Editing file names You can open the selected file in an application. You can edit the name of the selected file. From the file operation screen, tap [Open menu] and then tap [Send to Other From the file operation screen, tap [Open menu] and then [Change filename].
Viewing Operation Guide You can display operation guides. Android/iOS Device: Tap [Open menu]. Windows/Mac OS Device: Tap [Home]. Tap [Operation Guide]. To close the screen, Android/iOS device: Tap the screen. Windows device: Tap Mac OS device: Tap - 31 -...
Connecting hosts Operations when connected • You can connect hosts on the same network to share screens and perform remote operation. You can operate the connected host. • Depending on the network environment, the amount of time for processing may increase. Connecting to another host On the Host menu, tap [Connect to Other].
Configuring host settings You can configure a variety of settings including those for the host name, communications, security, and action when a file is received. (1) User Info TIPS Tap [Edit] and set the host name and icon. (Up to 6 full-width or 12 half-width characters) •...
■ ■ [Performance Setting] tab ■ ■ [Send/Receive Setting] tab (1) Accept file (1) Animation when file arrives Clear this check box if you want to prevent clients from sending files to the host. Selects whether to use animation when a file is received. (2) Prohibit file reception from a person without control.
■ ■ [Connect Other] tab ■ ■ [Others] tab (1) Enable connection to other base (1) Auto Start Enables or disables connections with other hosts. Select this check box to start this software (host) automatically when the computer To disallow connections from other hosts, clear this check box. starts.
■ ■ [License] tab (1) License registry To officially register software that has already been registered with a trial license, enter a license code. (2) Remaining number of days in trial period Shows the number of days of the trial period remaining if the software is registered with a trial license.
Configuring client settings (Windows/Mac OS device) ■ ■ [Basic Setting] tab (Windows Device) Tap [Home]. Windows Device Tap [Settings]. Set the options as necessary. Windows device: When you have completed the settings, tap [Apply]. Mac OS device: When you have completed the settings, tap [OK]. Mac OS Device (1) Edit User Profile Set the name and icon.
■ ■ [Screen Sharing Settings] tab (Windows Device) (1) Allow screen sharing Select this check box to allow screen sharing. (page 14) (2) Performance Setting Adjusts whether to give priority to speed (low image quality) or image quality (slow speed) when allowing screen sharing. Drag the slider in either direction to adjust.
Long-press [SDConnect]. The icon vibrates. Tap [-] at the top left. ■ ■ Windows device Tap [Home]. Tap [Exit]. ■ ■ Mac OS device Tap [SHARP Display Connect] on the menu bar. Tap [Quit SHARP Display Connect]. - 39 -...
Press the [Menu] key, and then tap [Settings], [Applications], and [Manage • This operation is only for the full version. applications]. Exit all application software. In the list of applications, tap [SHARP Display Connect]. From the “Start” menu, select “Control Panel”. Tap [Uninstall]. Tap “Uninstall a program”.
From the "Start" menu, select "Control Panel". Tap "Uninstall a program". In icon display mode (classic view), double-tap "Programs and Features". Select [SHARP Display Connect] and then tap [Uninstall]. Follow the instructions on the screen. If a User Account Control window appears, tap [Continue].
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