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User's Manual
© 2011 Ematic
1-888-968-1985
http://www.ematic. us
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Android
is a registered trademark of Google, Inc.

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    User’s Manual © 2011 Ematic 1-888-968-1985 http://www.ematic. us Android is a registered trademark of Google, Inc.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Preface……………………………………………………………………………………..…………….… .3 2. Safety Notices…………………………………………………………………………….…………….…. .4 3. Ready to Use……………………………………………………………………………….…….…….….. 5 3.1 Packing List………………………………………………………………………….…….…….…… .5 3.2 Product Appearance……………………………………………………………….…….…….…… ..5 3.3 Key for Controls and Connectors…………………………………………………………………… 6 3.4 Features Overview……………………………………………………………………………………. 7 3.5 Technical Specifications………………………………………………………………………….…… 7 4. Quick Guides………………………………………………………………………………………………... 8 4.1 Touch l Calibration……………………………………………………………………………….……….

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    5.3.1 Web Browser………………………………………………………………………………………24 5.3.2 Email………………………………………………………………………………………………..26 5.3.3 YouTube Online Video………………………………………………………………………..29 5.4 Desktop System 4 (Other Functions)………………………………………………………………..30 5.4.1 Calendar………………………………………………………………………………………..30 5.4.2 Calculator…………………………………………………………………………………………..31 5.4.3 Alarm Clock………………………………………………………………………………………...31 5.4.4 APK Installer……………………………………………………………………………………….32 5.4.5 Device Setting……………………………………………………………………………………..32 5.4.5.1 Wireless & Network Settings…………………………………………………………………..32 5.4.5.2 Sound & Display Settings……………………………………………………………………….32 5.4.5.3 Location & Security Settings………………………………………………………………..34 5.4.5.4 Application Settings …………………………………………………………………………….

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    P r e f a c e Dear customers, Thanks for purchasing our product! This device has a built-in high performance Wi-Fi enabled receiver module, supporting broadband wireless networks. This allows it to break through the restraint of fixed network cables; bringing you into the portable media player world and fulfilling your entertainment needs.

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    S a f e t y N o t i c e s 1) Please keep the device away from strong magnetic fields in order to avoid damage to the product. 2) Please do not let the device fall onto, rub against or knock against hard objects during use, because this may cause surface scratches on the device, battery damage, date loss or other damage to the hardware.

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    will invalidate the warranty. 16) Please use the original accessories and battery provided with the device, don’t use the incompatible products. 17) The device is not waterproof, please keep it dry. 18) For the sake of data safety, please back up any important information on the device, or keep a handwritten.

  • Page 7: Key For Controls And Connectors

    3.3 Key for Controls and Connectors Symbol Name Description Display HD Display area MicroSD Card Slot (Micro SD) Card Slot MINI USB Port MINI 5 PIN USB Port Stereo Earpieces Jack Stereo Headphone Jack AV Jack TV Connection Press this button for a short time to return to a previous screen.

  • Page 8: Features Overview, Technical Specifications

    3.4 Features Overview  ANDROID 2.2 smart operation system  4.3" high resolution TFT touch panel LCD display, 800 x480 pixel resolution  Supports 4GB~16GB(Optional)built-in Flash Memory, supports 16GB external Micro SD card  Supports HD 720PAVI, RM, RMVB, MP4, FLV, 3GP, H.264 etc formats, Max resolution supported is 1280x720.

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    Headset max. output (L)5mW+(R)5mW(32Ohm) MP3Bit rate 8Kbps ~ 392 Kbps WMA、WMV、Bit rate 5Kbps ~ 192 Kbps Frequency response 20Hz to 20KHz SN ratio 90dB Distortion <0.05% HD 720P, AVI, RM, RMVB, MP4, FLV, 3GP Play format Video Function Max Resolution 1280x720 Ratio 4:3, 16:9, full screen for optional...

  • Page 10: Switch On/off

    Note: It is best to use a finger nail to control this device. Using your fingertips to control the device is not as accurate and may not perform the action you require. (For resistive touch panel only). 4.2 Switch On/Off Switch ON and Unlock: When the device is in its OFF mode, press and hold the “Power”...

  • Page 11: Battery Management And Charging, Operation Of The Function Icons

    Note: The primary operation of the device will not stop under the power saving mode, it is just the LCD that is turned off, showing a black screen. This means that playing music, movies etc. will still continue to run. Switch OFF: When the device is in use, press and hold the “POWER”...

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    Definition of the Function Icons: Icon Function instruction Icon Function instruction System has found a Back to main menu new device Current power status Set the alert time System time Reduce the volume back Increase the volume menu Application menu Google search Switch desktop System clock...

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    b. Connecting to a network: Press “Wi-Fi settings” to enter into this menu, the system will find the WiFi name automatically. Please refer to the example picture below, it has found several WiFi network names: After selecting the network you would like to connect to, the system will either connect to the network or if the network is secured and requires a security key to be entered, selecting it, will pop up a Connection window, where you can input the correct security code and press “Connect”.

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    MENU button and press “Advanced”, then un-tick the selection in the “Use static IP” box. Press the MENU button and press “save” to complete this setting, see the figure as below: Press the “back” icon once complete, this will return you to the Wi-Fi settings screen. For example, double press “KW”, then it will enter into an interface and ask you to input the code.

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    If the Wi-Fi network you are connecting to requires a Static IP Address, use the following procedure to change the settings. Press the MENU button to enter into the “Advance” settings. Select the “Use static IP” tick box, and then set the IP address, Gateway and Netmask using the information you have for that Network.

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    4.6 Transfer Files to/from Computer The device has built in memory and you can easily transfer files to and from the device by connecting it to a computer. 4.6.1 Connecting to Computer a. Make sure device is turned on. b. Connect device to computer using included USB Cable c.

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    c. Don’t use the memory card in high temperature conditions. d. Keep the memory card away from liquid and erosive materials. 4.8 Applications This device supports installing third party applications programs designed to run on Android. ● First, make sure you allow the installation of third party applications. ●...

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    5.1.1 Music Enter into the music player: In the application menu or on the desktop, tap the icon to enter into the main interface of the Music Player. Double-click a track in the list to play music as shown in the following picture: Drag the playing progress bar ,to adjust the playing process.

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    5.1.2 Video ● In the application menu or on the desktop, tap the icon to enter into the video player interface. ● When no video files are in the video player playlist, the system will automatically load any music files from the micro SD card to the video player playlist after the video player has been launched.

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    5.1.3 Picture ● In the application menu or on the desktop, tap the icon to enter the picture browser. Picture browser buttons description: Button Function Button Function Share More Delete Crop Rotate the Image 360 Image settings Clockwise ● If there are no files in the photo list, the system will automatically load the image files from the micro SD card to the photo browsing list after the photo browser has launched.

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    ● To Delete, find Details or Set the image as wallpaper, tap on the image and hold the image until the File/directory Operations window pops up. 5.1.4 Explorer ● In the application menu or on the desktop, tap the icon to enter the Management Interface, tap SD Card, Internal Memory or USB to open their root directory folders to open the root directory of the appropriate storage.

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    ·Tap “Delete”. ·Tap OK to delete the file. Adding a folder ·Tap on the “File Browser” icon on the desktop interface or from the Application list. ·Navigate to where the new folder needs to be created. ·Push the MENU button and tap “New Folder”. ·Type the new folder name in the text box provided.

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    5.3 Desktop System 3 (Network Function) 5.3.1 Web Browser Note: For the Web Browser to view web sites, this device must be connected to a Wireless Network (for details refer to chapter 4.5 Wi-Fi Settings). In the applications menu or on the desktop, click the icon to enter to the Web Browser interface;...

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    Zoom in or out of a website: ·When viewing a web page, drag your finger over the page, a zoom option box will appear in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Press to zoom in and to zoom out. Search for words in a webpage: ·Browse the web, tap the “menu”...

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    Switching between browser windows will only work if there is more than one browser window currently in use. ·Open the web browser, push the MENU button and select “Windows”. · All current browser windows will be shown. Tap the browser window you want to open. 5.3.2 Email Note: Please make sure your network connection is active and the time and date settings are correct before starting the Email function.

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    Email function buttons description: Button Description Button Description Refresh New Email Account Check label Search Settings ● Edit - Push the MENU button, and tap to enter the Email writing interface. - Tap the Add Cc/Bcc icon to add E-mail Cc/Bcc header; on the contrary, tap it again to delete. - Tap the Attach icon to add an E-mail attachment.

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    ● Sent - Tap the icon to choose sent, a pop up interface displays as below: - This interface shows sent E-mails, double click each E-mail, to check, reply to sender, reply to all, etc. ● Settings - Push the MENU button. The toolbar pops up; Tap the settings icon to enter the interface as shown below: - Signature: Append text to messages you send;...

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    - Select Ring tone: Select ring tone when email arrives. 5.3.3 YouTube Online Video YouTube is the world’s leading video website; you can upload and share videos on YouTube. It has become a leader of video sharing websites, and created a number of internet celebrities and stimulated creativity online.

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    - Enter the interface, the number in the orange form is the intraday date, you can change the date in the setting function; details are found in the setting section. - Tap to return to main menu. 5.4.2 Calculator In the applications menu or on the desktop, tap the Calculator icon on the desktop to open the calculator: 5.4.3 Alarm Clock...

  • Page 30: Wifi Settings, Applications

    - Monday to Sunday: You can choose the days and same time of each day. - No: Setting the alarm for one time, no repeating. - Pattern: setting the bell pattern. 5.4.4 APK Installer In the applications menu or on the desktop, tap the APK installer icon to enter the installing interface, for detail refers to Chapter 4.8.

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    1) Animation - Display all animations in all windows. 2) Brightness - Drag to adjust brightness,tap “OK” and “back”. TWIG User’s Manual...

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    3) Screen timeout - Adjust the delay before the screen automatically turns off. 5.4.5.3 Location and Security Settings Tap “Location and Security” to enter the settings interface: 5.4.5.4 Application Settings Tap “Application” to enter settings interface: TWIG User’s Manual...

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     Manage Applications Settings: -Tap “Manage applications” to manage or delete applications.  Running Service Settings: - Tap “Running service” to see and control the running service.  Development Settings: - Advised to use factory defaults, or any change may make some functions not available. 5.4.5.5 SD card and Device Storage Settings TWIG User’s Manual...

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    Tap the SD card and device storage to enter the following to check total space, available space, format SD card, etc. 5.4.5.6 Language and Keyboard Settings Tap “Language Keyboard” to enter the settings interface.  Language Settings: - The device supports multi-languages; you can select an operation interface of different languages according to your needs.

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    5.4.5.7 Date and Time Settings Select Settings Menu, then tap Date and Time into the settings interface.  Date Settings: - Tap to select Day, Month & Year, and tap the icon to confirm OK.  Time Zone Settings:  Time Settings: TWIG User’s Manual...

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    - Tap to select hours & minutes, e.g.: 10:50, and tap the icon to confirm OK. 5.4.5.8 Touch Panel Calibration For detail refer to Chapter 4.1 Touch Panel Calibration. 5.4.5.9 About the Device Check power consumption, legal information, device state & software version, etc. 5.5 Desktop Function Icon Settings 5.5.1.

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    Shortcut Icon: - Tap the icon to enter into the desktop widget interface as below: - Select a shortcut icon to add to the main interface, tap the matching option to add. - Select a desktop widget to add to the main interface, tap Analog clock, Calendar, etc to add them. TWIG User’s Manual...

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    5.5.2 Wallpaper Setting Tap the icon to change the wallpaper and select the picture you want, tap . Wallpaper setting is completed. 5.5.3 Tap Shortcut Icon to Open the Search Engine Tap the Search icon shortcut to open the search engine: TWIG User’s Manual...

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    5.5.4 Shortcut Notification Tap the icon to check the current notification status: 5.5.5 Shortcut Setting to enter into the settings interface, refer to Chapter 5.5.1 for details. 5.5.6 Add, Move, or Delete Desktop Icon Tap the icon at the main interface to enter into the function menu list, display all the application icons by pages.

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    too. Walls or other obstructions will reduce the possible distances between wireless devices. • Ensure the security password being used is correct. 6.2 Device doesn’t turn on • You can not turn on the device when the battery charge is below the critical level, please charge the battery.

  • Page 41: Video, Picture, Twig User's Manual

    6.8 The color distortion of video or picture display • Press the RESET button on the top of the device to resolve this issue. 6.9 Can not copy files • Please check if the device is connected to the computer correctly. •...

  • Page 42: Limitations Of Liability Statement, Twig User's Manual

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