User's Guide
For LS720D
7" Dual Digital Photo Frames
with Slideshow
Warning
Use only the power adapter supplied with your product.

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    User’s Guide For LS720D 7” Dual Digital Photo Frames with Slideshow Warning Use only the power adapter supplied with your product.

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    Motorola Digital Photo Frame! Please retain your original dated sales receipt for your records. For warranty service of your Motorola product, you will need to provide a copy of your dated sales receipt to confirm warranty status. Registration is not required for warranty coverage.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Frame Overview 1. SCREEN 1 2. SCREEN 2 SCREEN 2 buttons (No. 1 ~ 4) 3. Remote control sensor 1. Long press: ON/OFF button Short press: EXIT button 2. RIGHT/NEXT button button 4. LEFT/PREVIOUS button SCREEN 1 buttons (No. 5 ~ 7) 5.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Getting started ................5 Using the menus in SCREEN 2............29 Installing the stand ............6 Using the Main Menu ............29 1.1.1 Landscape position ..........6 Using the Photo menu...........29 1.1.2 Portrait position ............7 4.2.1 Auto rotation............30 Connecting to power ............9 Using the Settings menu ..........31 Inserting a memory card or a USB flash drive ....9 4.3.1...

  • Page 5: Getting Started

    Do not disassemble your digital photo frame; there are no user-serviceable parts inside. If the LCD screen breaks, do not touch the glass or liquid. Contact Motorola customer support for assistance. Use only the power adapter supplied with your digital photo frame.

  • Page 6: Landscape Position

    Insert the stand into the stand locking slot as illustrated, Installing the stand until the stand is secured to the photo frame. 1.1.1 Landscape position To place the photo frame in landscape position, follow the steps below to install the stand. Hold the photo frame in landscape position.

  • Page 7: Portrait Position

    Once the installation is complete, place the photo 1.1.2 Portrait position frame on a stable surface to avoid any possible To place the photo frame in portrait position, follow the steps movement. below to install the stand. Hold the photo frame in portrait position. Attach the stand to the stand locking slot on the back of the photo frame.

  • Page 8: Stand Locking Slot

    Insert the stand into the stand locking slot as illustrated, Once the installation is complete, place the photo until the stand is secured to the photo frame. frame on a stable surface to avoid any possible movement. Remote control sensor SCREEN 2 SCREEN 1 WARNING...

  • Page 9: Connecting To Power, Inserting A Memory Card Or A Usb Flash Drive

    Connecting to power Inserting a memory card or a USB flash drive Follow the steps below to connect the photo frame to a power outlet to turn on the power. The photo frame is preloaded with some photos in the Plug one end of the AC power adapter to the power internal memory.

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    Replacing the remote Insert the new battery into the battery holder. The battery must be placed with the positive pole facing control battery upwards in the illustrated position. The supplied remote control comes installed with a CR2025 lithium battery. When you need to replace the battery, follow the steps below.

  • Page 11: Using The Photo Frame

    Using the control 2. Using the photo frame buttons To operate the photo frame, you can: Use the control buttons on the back of the photo frame Use the supplied remote control NOTE There are two sets of control buttons on the back, “SCREEN 1 buttons”...

  • Page 12: Left/previous Button, Exit Button

    Description Description Control buttons for SCREEN 2 Control buttons for SCREEN 1 button Navigation and buttons Enters/confirms the selection. Starts/pauses the slideshow. LEFT/PREVIOUS button Moves left. Moves to the previous item. Control buttons for SCREEN 1 ON/OFF button a. UP/VOL : moves up/increases the volume. Turns on the screen backlight for SCREEN 1.

  • Page 13: Screen 1 Buttons

    2.1.1 SCREEN 1 buttons When playing a slideshow When using the Main Menu Function Button Function Button LEFT Displays the previous photo. UP/VOL Selects Internal Memory, USB or Memory Card. RIGHT Displays the next photo. DOWN/VOL Selects Internal Memory, USB or Starts/pauses the playback.

  • Page 14: Screen 2 Buttons

    2.1.2 SCREEN 2 buttons When using the Calendar menu Button Function When playing a slideshow LEFT Selects Photo, Music, Calendar or Button Function Settings menu. ON/OFF and Long press to turn on the screen RIGHT Selects Photo, Music, Calendar or EXIT backlight for SCREEN 2.

  • Page 15: Using The Remote Control

    Using the remote control SCREEN 1 buttons The following table describes the buttons and their functions that are available on the supplied remote control. Description ON/OFF Turns on the screen backlight for SCREEN 1 Turns off the screen backlight for SCREEN 1 to enter Standby mode.

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    SCREEN 1 buttons SCREEN 2 buttons Description Description SETUP LEFT/PREVIOUS You can press this button to access the Settings Displays the previous photo. menu. ON/OFF EXIT Turns on the screen backlight for SCREEN 2 Goes back to the previous page. Turns off the screen backlight for SCREEN 2 to enter Standby mode.

  • Page 17: Using The Main Menu, Using The Menus In Screen 1

    NOTE 3. Using the menus in To check the available space in Internal Memory, USB or Memory Card, select Internal Memory, USB or Memory SCREEN 1 Card and check the amount of free space shown on the bottom right corner. In the Main Menu, you can: Using the Main Menu Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select the...

  • Page 18: Using The Photo Menu

    Using the Photo menu To browse or select a photo, use the UP/VOL , DOWN/VOL , LEFT and RIGHT buttons. NOTE To play photos in full screen single photo mode, The photo frame only supports JPEG (*.jpg) image file format. press the button.

  • Page 19: Copying One Or All Photos, Deleting One Or All Photos

    3.2.1 Copying one or all photos Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select Yes, and NOTE then press the button. To copy photos from your memory card or USB to the internal memory, please insert your memory card or USB Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select the flash drive first.

  • Page 20: Auto Rotation

    3.2.3 Auto rotation The photo frame has a built-in tilt sensor that allows the photo frame to determine its own orientation relative to gravity and thereby automatically switch from displaying photos in landscape position to displaying photos in portrait position. Using the menus in SCREEN 1...

  • Page 21: Using The Music Menu, Copying One Or All Music Files

    During music playing, volume bar shows on top right Using the Music menu corner. To increase or decrease the volume, press the UP/VOL or DOWN/VOL button. NOTE 3.3.1 Copying one or all music The photo frame only supports MP3 (*.mp3) audio file format.

  • Page 22: Deleting One Or All Music Files

    3.3.2 Deleting one or all music Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select Copy One files or Copy All, and then press the button. NOTE Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select Yes, and Use the supplied remote control for this operation. then press the button.

  • Page 23: Using The Calendar Menu

    Using the Calendar menu In full screen calendar mode, you can press the In the Main Menu, press the LEFT or RIGHT button to button to display one specific still photo or enter select the Calendar menu. slideshow mode. To switch to next or previous photo, Press the button to enter the Calendar preview press the RIGHT or LEFT button.

  • Page 24: Using The Settings Menu, Settings Menu In Screen 1

    Using the Settings menu 3.5.1 Settings menu in SCREEN 1 In the Main Menu, press the LEFT or RIGHT button to You can control all function settings of the photo frame from select the Settings menu. the Settings menu in SCREEN 1. Press the button to enter the Settings menu.

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    Alarm setting Alarm Activates/deactivates the Sub-menu Option Description/Function on/off alarm clock function. Transition No effect Selects the transition effect Alarm hour Sets the alarm hour. effect to be applied in slideshow. Random Alarm Sets the alarm minute. Fade out minute Fade in Volume Sets the alarm volume...

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    On/Off Auto On/Off Enables/disables the Auto Sub-menu Option Description/Function schedule power on/power off options. Languages English Selects an OSD Auto on Powers on the photo frame (On-screen display) Français hour automatically according to language. Deutsch the time length you set. Auto on Italiano minute...

  • Page 27: Setting An Alarm

    Sub-menu Option Description/Function Press the DOWN/VOL button to select Alarm Copy option Original Use the original file size setting, and then press the button. size when copying photos or Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to set the alarm to music.

  • Page 28: Enabling Auto On/off

    3.5.1.2 Enabling auto on/off The photo frame comes with the Programmable On/Off Time feature, making it possible to automatically power on and off SCREEN 1 and SCREEN 2 in sync according to the time you set. In the Main Menu, press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select the Settings menu.

  • Page 29: Using The Menus In Screen 2, Using The Main Menu, Using The Photo Menu

    Using the Photo menu 4. Using the menus in To display photos in SCREEN 2, you need to insert a SCREEN 2 photo-loaded SD card to the “Memory card slot (for SCREEN 2)” first. Then, slideshow starts automatically. Press the EXIT button to return to the Main Menu. Using the Main Menu In the Main Menu, press the LEFT or RIGHT button to select the Photo menu.

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    4.2.1 Auto rotation To browse or select a photo, use the UP/VOL , DOWN/VOL , LEFT and RIGHT buttons. The photo frame has a built-in tilt sensor that allows the To play photos in slideshow mode, press the photo frame to determine its own orientation relative to button.

  • Page 31: Settings Menu In Screen 2, Using The Settings Menu

    Using the Settings menu 4.3.1 Settings menu in SCREEN 2 Refer to the table below for more information about the In the Main Menu, press the LEFT or RIGHT button to Settings menu in SCREEN 2. select the Settings menu. Press the button to enter the Settings menu.

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    Sub-menu Option Description/Function Transition No effect Selects the transition effect effect to be applied in slideshow. Random Fade out Fade in Left to Right Horizontal open Horizontal close Languages English Selects an OSD (On-screen display) French language. Spanish Display Brightness Sets the level of brightness.

  • Page 33: General Information

    Subject to the exclusions and limitations contained below, Binatone Electronics International LTD. warrants the Visit our website: Motorola branded consumer products that it manufactures (“Products”) and the Motorola branded or certified www.motorola.com accessories sold for use with these Products that it manufactures (“Accessories”) to be free from defects in...

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    INTERNATIONAL LTD. MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES that vary from state to state or from one country/jurisdiction OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OF IMPLIED. IN NO EVENT to another. SHALL MOTOROLA OR BINATONE ELECTRONICS General information...

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    Motorola, Binatone Electronics International LTD. or its authorized service centers, are excluded from coverage. General information...

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    ELECTRONICS INTERNATIONAL LTD. regarding the tampering; (c) mismatched board serial numbers; or (d) Products or Accessories purchased by you, and supersede nonconforming or non-Motorola branded housings, or parts, any prior agreement or representations, including are excluded from coverage. representations made in any literature publications or promotional materials issued by BINATONE Communication Services.

  • Page 37: Compliance Information

    Compliance Information FCC Statement This device complies with Part 15 Subpart B of the FCC Declaration of Conformity Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This product is in compliance with the essential this device must accept any interference received, including requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive interference that may cause undesired operation.

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    WARNING You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment. FCC and Industry Canada This device complies with Industry Canada and FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 39: Loudspeakers, Screen 1, Technical Specifications

    6. Technical specifications Screen size 7” diagonal x 2 screens Auto rotation Built-in tilt sensor Aspect ratio 16:9 NOTE Panel resolution 800 (H) x 480 (V) pixels Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Internal memory size 512MB Brightness 200 cd/m Contrast ratio 300:1...

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    Technical specifications...

  • Page 41: Wall Mounting Instructions

    7. Wall mounting instructions Insert 8mm and 9.5mm head screws (to be purchased separately) into the holes and tighten the screws. Then, align your photo frame with the screws. Portrait wall mounting Cut the illustration below and drill holes in the wall exactly as illustrated.

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    Wall mounting instructions...

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    Landscape wall mounting Mount your photo frame in landscape position on the wall. Drill a hole in the wall and insert an 8mm head screw (to be purchased separately) into the hole. Align your photo frame with the screw. Wall mounting instructions...

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    Wall mounting instructions...

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