Watching Recorded Programmes; Recording Configuration; Media Browser Menu; Followme Tv (If Available) - Toshiba 32W3753DB Operating Instructions Manual

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Watching Recorded Programmes

Select Recordings from the Media Browser menu.
Select a recorded item from the list (if previously
recorded). Press the OK button to view the Play
Options. Select an option then press OK button.
Note: Viewing main menu and menu items will not be
available during the playback.
Press the Stop button to stop a playback and return
to the Recordings.
Slow Forward
If you press Pause button while watching recorded
programmes, the slow forward feature will be
available. You can use Rapid advance button to
slow forward. Pressing Rapid advance button
consecutively will change slow forwarding speed.

Recording Configuration

Select the Recording Settings item in the Media
Browser>Settings menu to configure the recording
Format Disk: You can use the Format Disk feature
for formatting the connected USB disk. Your PIN is
required to use the Format Disk feature.
Note: Default PIN can be set to 0000 or 1234. If you have
defined the PIN(is requested depending on the country
selection) during the First Time Installation use the PIN
that you have defined.
IMPORTANT: Formatting your USB drive will erase
ALL the data on it and it's file system will be converted
to FAT32. In most cases operation errors will be fixed
after a format but you will lose ALL your data.
If "USB disk writing speed too slow to record"
message is displayed on the screen while starting a
recording, try restarting the recording. If you still get
the same error, it is possible that your USB disk does
not meet the speed requirements. Try connecting
another USB disk.

Media Browser Menu

You can play photo, music and movie files stored on a
USB disk by connecting it to your TV. Connect a USB
disk to one of the USB inputs located on the side of
the TV. Pressing the Menu button while in the Media
Browser mode will access the Picture, Sound and
Settings menu options. Pressing the Menu button
again will exit from this screen. You can set your Media
Browser preferences by using the Settings menu.
Start playback with the Play
button and activate
Start playback with the OK
button and activate
Start playback with the Play
button and activate
Start playback with the Play
button and activate
Custom Boot Up Logo
You can personalize your TV and see your favorite
image or photo on the screen each time your TV boots
up. To do this, copy your favorite image files into a USB
disk and open them from the Media Browser menu.
When you have chosen the desired image, highlight it
and press OK to view it in full screen. Press OK again
to choose the image as custom logo. A confirmation
message will be displayed. Select Yes and press OK
again. If the image is suitable(*) you will see it on the
screen during the TV's next boot up.
Note: If you perform a First Time Installation the TV will return
to using the default logo, if any.
(*) Images should have an aspect ratio of 16:9 and they should
be in .jpg, .jpeg or .jpe file formats. Only files with sizes no
greater than 300KB are supported. The image cannot be
set as boot logo, which's resolution doesn't appear on the
info banner.

FollowMe TV (if available)

With your mobile device you can stream the current
broadcast from your smart TV using the FollowMe
TV feature. Install the appropriate Smart Center
application to your mobile device. Start the application.
For further information on using this feature refer to
the instructions of the application you use.
Note: This application may not be compatible with all mobile
devices. HD channels are not supported and both of the
devices must be connected to the same network.
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Loop/Shuffle Mode Operation
All files in the list will be
continuously played in original
The same file will be played
continuously (repeat)
All files in the list will be
played once in random order
All files in the list will be
continuously played in the
same random order.

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