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   Summary of Contents for Ematic eGlide Pro 2

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Preface 2. Safety Notices 3. Ready to Use 3.1 Packing List 3.2 Product Appearance 3.3 Instructions on Keys 3.4 Features Overview 3.5 Technical Specifications 4. Quick Guides 4.1 Switch On/Off 4.2 Battery Management and Charging 4.3 Operation of the Function Icons 4.4 WIFI Settings 4.5 USB-HOST and Extended Function 4.6.1 External USB Function...

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    5.5.4 Settings Wireless and network Sound Display HDMI Location and security Application Accounts and sync Privacy Storage Language and keyboard Voice input and output Date and time About MID 5.6 Desktop Function Icon and Setting 5.6.1 Desktop Function Icon 5.6.2 Desktop Notification...

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    1. Preface Dear Customers, Thank you for purchasing our product! This device is a built-in high performance WiFi receiver module, supporting an external 3G USB-DONGLE wireless network card, using broadband wireless networks, breaking through the restraint of network cables; it will bring you into the portable media player world and fulfill your entertainment needs.

  • Page 4: Safety Notices

    2. Safety Notices 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, data loss or other damage to the hardware.

  • Page 5: Ready To Use

    device. Opening the device in any way will void the warranty. 16) Please use the original accessories and battery provided with the device, do not 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 record.

  • Page 6: Product Appearance

    3.2 Product Appearance 3.3 Instructions on Keys Symbol Name Description Short press this button to reset RESET the system when the device has stopped working (Freezes) Short press this button to enter POWER sleeping/wake up mode, press long to switch ON/OFF Press this button shortly to enter MENU the submenu...

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     ARM embedded Dual CPU Structure ARM Cortex A9 1.0GHz with ANDROID 2.3 operating system  7" high resolution TFT capacitive multi touch panel LCD display, 800x480 pixel resolution  Supports 4GB built-in Flash memory, supports max. 32GB external Micro SD card ...

  • Page 8: Technical Specifications

    3.5 Technical Specifications 7.0” TFT capacitive touch panel LCD Size LCD Display display 160k color Resolution 800x480 PC interface High speed USB2.0 (FS) Built-in Flash Flash Memory: 4GB Built-in RAM RAM: DDRIII 512MB Capacity Expansion Support MicroSD Card, capacity 1GB~32GB Built-in 3.7V@4000mAH Lithium rechargeable battery AC charger, Power Supply Input: AC110V~240V, Output: DC 5V@2A...

  • Page 9: Quick Guides

    4. Quick Guides 4.1 Switch On/Off Switch ON and Unlock: When the device is in its OFF mode, press and hold the Power key for 3 seconds to enter the Android startup process. The device will take about 100 seconds to enter the system desktop, with the display in locked mode, please press and slide the icon out of the white circle, the display will unlock automatically, see the image below:...

  • Page 10: Operation Of The Function Icons

    power when charging. Once the battery is fully charged the Icon on the desktop will stop rolling. When the battery is exhausted completely, please charge at least one minute before starting it up Note: In order to keep the battery working to its full potential, please pay attention to the following advice: 1) Don’t charge the power in excessively high temperatures.

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    4.4.2 Connecting to a network: Tap “Wi-Fi Settings” to enter this menu, the device will find the WiFi networks 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.

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    distributed automatically or not, is depended on the Wi-Fi Router’s settings. 1) IP Address is assigned automatically: By default this device is setup to be assigned an IP Address automatically. If the wireless network you want to connect to, assigns the IP Address automatically, but the settings have been changed to a Static IP Address, use the following procedure to change the settings.

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    2) Manual Setup – Static IP Address: If the Wi-Fi network requires a Static IP Address, please use the following procedure to change the settings. Tap the Function Menu icon on the bottom of the screen and tap “Advance” Select the “Use static IP” tick box, and then set the IP address, Gateway and Netmask using the information you have for that Network.

  • Page 14: Usb-host And Extended Function

    4.6 USB-HOST and Extended Function If you would like to attach an external USB device such as a 3G USB Dongle, USB Storage Device or USB Keyboard, please follow the procedure below. 4.6.1 External USB Function This device supports OTG function. Please insert the USB disk into the USB HOST port, then tap the “Explorer“...

  • Page 15: External Rj45 Usb Dongle Function

    connects the 3G successfully. Note: If mobile networking won’t turn on, please check and confirm the 3G USB Dongle that you are trying to use is compatible with this device. 4.6.3 External RJ45 USB Dongle Function 1) Insert the External RJ45 Card USB Dongle, and tap the “Ethernet settings”...

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    Button Button Description Function Introduction When B slides to A, it is the Video Icon Video Mode Video and Photo For selecting the Video/ Switched Icon Photo function When B slides to C, it is the Photo Icon Photo Mode Starting and Stopping For starting/stopping the Icon...

  • Page 17: Hdmi Function

    4.8 HDMI Function You will enjoy 1080P HDMI video playback on your HD TV using the Video player function. 1) Connect the TV to the device by using an HDMI Cable. 2) Tab the “Settings” icon in the desktop, and then select HDMI settings to transfer the contents on the device to the TV display.

  • Page 18: Apk Install And Manage

    3) Do not use the memory card in high temperature conditions. 4) Keep the memory card away from liquid and erosive materials. 5) To remove the card, enter the settings menu and select storage settings. Select “Unmount SD Card”. You will then be prompted when it is safe to remove the card.

  • Page 19: Operation Details

    4.10.2 Manage: Tap to Launch, Export, Uninstall the applications. The default view shows all the applications installed on the device, tap the icon of the application you would like to manage. 1) Launch: Tap to run the software. 2) Export: Tap to export the software to the MicroSD card. 3) Uninstall: Tap to uninstall the software.

  • Page 20: Video Player

    If there are no music files in the audio player playlist, the system will automatically load any music files from the MicroSD card to the audio player playlist after the audio player is launched. 1) If there are many songs in the music play list, slide up/down the list by using the touch screen.

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    1) If there are many videos available, please slide up/down the list by using the touch screen. 2) Tap the icon to change the file list pattern. 3) Drag the playback progress bar to adjust audio playback progress. 4) Drag bar to adjust the audio play volume.

  • Page 22: Photo Browser

    7) HDMI Video out, for details please refer to HDMI Function in Chapter 5.1.3 Photo Browser The device supports picture formats of BMP, JPG, JPEG, PNG and GIF. In the application menu or on the desktop, tap the Gallery icon to enter the photo browser.

  • Page 23: Sound Recorder

    5.1.4 Sound Recorder In the application menu or on the desktop, tap the icon to enter into the sound recorder. 1) Tap the record icon to start recording, tap the icon to stop recording. 2) Once you finish the recording, you will be asked if you want to “Use this recording”...

  • Page 24: Local E-book Reader

    1) In the file explorer interface, tap and hold down on the icon of a file you want to manage. 2) A pop-up action menu, which includes Copy, Delete, Move, Paste, Rename, New folder etc will appear as below: 3) Choose the action and finish the management by the prompts. 5.2 System Desktop 2 (eBook) The device supports eBook formats: TXT, LRC, PDF, HTM, EPUB, etc., supports automatic browsing, zooming, bookmarks, page etc.

  • Page 25: Online Ebook Reader

    4) Font Size: Tap to set the font size, available font sizes: S, M, L, XL and XXL. 5) Go To: Tap then a prompt box pops up, input the number of pages you want then click confirm so that it will automatically jump to the specified page.

  • Page 26: Web Brower

    5.3.1 Web Browser Note: For the Web Browser function, the device must be connected to a Wireless or 3G Network (for details refer to chapter 4.4 & 4.5). 1) Tap the icon on the app menu or desktop to enter to the Web Browser interface as shown below: 2) Tap the address bar and input the website address for the website you would like to view by using the popup keyboards and then click...

  • Page 27: Desktop System 4 (games)

    Input the correct Email address Password by using the popup keyboards and then click “ ”. Note: The Email Icon for this device is adopted the popular third-party Android Email application; please follow the prompts and standard operating mode to use it. 5.4 Desktop System 4 (Games) You can download and install Android games from the Market place or Internet as you want, and then move the game icons to this...

  • Page 28: Clock

    function as shown below: Tap the menu icon on the bottom of the screen to check more functions as shown below: 5.5.2 Clock Tap the icon on the app menu or desktop to open the Clock function as shown below: - Tap to set the alarm clocks.

  • Page 29: Apk Installer

    - Tap to enter the Audio Player. - Tap to return the Main interface. - Tap to adjust the backlight. 5.5.3 APK Installer Tap the icon on the app menu or desktop to open the APK Installer interface, for detail refers to Chapter 4.10. 5.5.4 Device Settings Tap the icon on the app menu or desktop to open the APK...

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    2) Volume Tap “Volume” to adjust the volume of Ringtone, Media, Alarm and Notification, and tap “OK” to finish. 3) Notification Ringtone Tap “Notification Ringtone“ to choose any of the default ringtones, and tap “OK” to finish. 4) Feedback...

  • Page 31: Display

    - Audible selection: Select to play sound when making screen selection. - Screen lock sounds: Select to play sounds when locking and unlocking the screen. - Haptic feedback: Select to vibrate when pressing soft keys and on certain UI interactions. Display Tap “Display “to enter the relevant settings interface.

  • Page 32: Hdmi

    4) Screen timeout Tap to adjust the delay time before the screen automatically turns off. HDMI For detail refer to Chapter4.8 HDMI Function Location and security setting Tap “Location and Security” to enter the relevant settings interface. 1) My Location Tick the box behind the “Use wireless networks”, the location will be determined by Wi-Fi and/or mobile networks.

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    Unlock screen by a pattern: Draw the unlock pattern with a minimum of 4 points, tap to compete the setting. Unlock screen by a password: Input a password with 4 characters, tap “OK” to compete the setting. The device will prompt you to input the correct password when unlocking.

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    Tap “Application“ to enter the relevant settings interface: 1) Unknown sources: Tick the box behind the “Unknown sources”, the system will allow installation of non-Market applications.. 2) Manage applications Tap “Manage applications“ to view and manage all applications. 3) Running services Tap “Running service“...

  • Page 35: Accounts And Sync

    while charging. Allow mock locations: Tick the box behind it to allow mock locations. Accounts and sync It is recommended to use the factory defaults in the “Accounts and sync” settings interface, any changes will make some functions unavailable. Privacy Tap “Privacy”...

  • Page 36: Storage

    Note: Please back up all your data of the internal memory before resetting the device, or you will lose all the data. Storage Tap the “Storage” to check the status of MicroSD card, USB storage, NAND flash and internal storage. Language and keyboard Tap “Language &...

  • Page 37: Voice Input And Output Voice input and output Tap the “Voice input & output” to enter the following settings interface, you can set up the voice recognizer and text-to-speech as you need. Date and time setting Tap “Date & time” to enter the relevant setting interface: 1) Automatic Select “Automatic”...

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    3) Select time zone Tap to select the time zone that you are in. 4) Set time to select hours and minutes, and tap the icon finish the setting. 4) Use 24-hour format Tap to set the system time showed by 24-hour format.

  • Page 39: About Mid

    5) Select date format Tap to select the date format. About MID Tap “About MID” to check System updates, Status and Legal information as shown below: 5.6 Desktop Function Icon and Setting 5.6.1 Desktop Function Icon Tap the icon on the bottom of the screen to enter into the desktop settings interface as shown below:...

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    Shortcut Icons: 1) Add: Tap the icon to inter adding function interface as below, you can add the Shortcuts, Widgets, Folders or Wallpapers to the home screen. 2) Wallpaper: Tap the icon to select the wallpaper from Gallery, Live wallpapers or Wallpaper gallery. Select the picture and the size as you want, tap to finish the wallpaper setting.

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    3) Search: Tap the icon to enter the Google Search. 4) Manage Applications: Tap the icon to enter the management interface of the downloaded applications. 5) Settings: Tap the icon to enter the system setting interface, for details refer to Chapter 5.5.4. 6) Launcher Settings: Tap the icon to enter the AlmostNexus settings interface as below.

  • Page 42: Desktop Notification

    5.6.2 Desktop Notification Tap the icons appeared on the bottom of the screen to check the current notification status as below: 5.6.3 Add, Move, or Delete Desktop Icon Tap the icon on the desktop to enter the app menu list. Tap and drag the application icon to copy to the current desktop i.e.

  • Page 43: Firmware Update

    6. F i r m w a r e U p d a t e Press the “Power” button to turn off the device before updating (Note: Press and hold the “Power” button for at least 6 seconds if the device can not be turned on normally).

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    The “Found New Hardware Wizard” window will pop up on the bottom right corner as shown below. Choose “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)”, and then click “Next” to install the USB driver, see the picture below: NOTE: The USB port of the PC must be USB2.0, or it cannot be used to update the device.

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    Click “Finish”. Release the MENU button after the icon labeled “1” has turned green, see the picture shown below: Then click “Upgrade” to start the updating process. During this process lots of information will be shown in the update status box as shown in the image overleaf.

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting And Faq

    The system has been updated successfully when the “Upgrade Done Success <1> Fail <0>” notice appears in the status bar as shown below, and device will come to the main interface after run system. NOTE: Please don’t disconnect the USB cable during the updating process because this will cause update failure or possible system failure of the device.

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    restarting normally or not. 3) Check if the charger is connected correctly. 7.1.3 Heat Issues When running multiple applications, using the screen on its brightest setting, or when being charged, this device can get quite hot. This is normal and should not cause any inconvenience when in use. 7.1.4 System has anomalies and doesn’t work correctly Installing some third-party applications may cause the system to operate incorrectly.

  • Page 48: Frequently Asked Questions

    8.1 Links to Third Party Sites The Ematic User Manual may contain links to third-party sites, however, please be aware that Ematic is not responsible for and cannot control these other sites. Ematic makes no representations whatsoever about any other website which you may access through...

  • Page 49: Limitation Of Liability

    Ematic logo, please understand that is independent from Ematic, and that Ematic may have no control over the content on that website. In addition, a link to a non-Ematic website does not mean Ematic endorses or accepts any responsibility for the content, or the use, of such website.

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