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    EasyGuide Pocket LOOX 610 English...

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    Please contact: • your sales partner • your sales outlet Further information can be found in the "Safety and Ergonomics" and "Warranty" manuals. The latest information on our products, tips, updates, etc., can be found on the internet under: http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com...

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    Published by Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH A26391-K139-Z120-2-7619 Order No.: AG 0903 09/03...

  • Page 5: Pocket Loox 610

    May I introduce myself? Technical data Information before you start Index Pocket LOOX 610 Software overview Operating pocket LOOX Pocket LOOX 610 in mobile use FSC SpeedMenu Configuring Pocket LOOX Connecting and networking Pocket LOOX 610 with other devices Accessories and...

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    All other trademarks referenced are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners, whose protected rights are acknowledged. Copyright  Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH 2003 All rights, including rights of translation, reproduction by printing, copying or similar methods, in part or in whole, are reserved.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Actuate full reset switch ......................12 Installing the battery.........................13 Connecting the power adapter AD 3110 ..................14 Starting Pocket LOOX 610 the first time ..................15 Switching Pocket PC off and on.......................16 Switch on and off in Suspend mode..................16 Switching on and off with soft reset (warm boot)..............17 Switching on and off with Full Reset switch ................17...

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    Information on transport and travelling .................... 39 Transporting Pocket LOOX 610 ....................39 Information on travelling ......................39 FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand........41 Operating FSC SpeedMenu ......................41 Programme structure ........................42 Main and quick menu ......................42 Editing FSC SpeedMenu.........................

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    Contents Index...............................71 A26391-K139-Z120-2-7619...

  • Page 11: May I Introduce Myself

    May I introduce myself? My name is Pocket LOOX 610. I am part of the Pocket PC family, also called handhelds. I'm sure you've already noticed that I'm flat, handy and light-weight. Now I'd like to draw your attention to my extensive, diverse capabilities.

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    May I introduce myself? But whether with or without accessories, you'll notice I'm fully willing and able to help you in a wide variety of situations. Thanks to the FSC SpeedMenu and the corresponding keys you can also operate me with one hand. Test my diversity! - This manual will help you do that! The following documentation contains additional information on your Pocket PC and the Pocket PC 2003 operating system: •...

  • Page 13: Information Before You Start

    Information before you start To make things clear The following symbols are used in this manual: Pay particular attention to texts marked with this symbol. Failure to observe this warning may endanger your life, destroy the system, or lead to loss of data.

  • Page 14: Important Notes

    "Safety and Ergonomics“ and "Warranty"manuals. • You may only operate the Pocket LOOX 610 with the power adapter AD 3110 if the nominal voltage of the power adapter AD 3110 (100 V to 240 V) matches the local mains voltage.

  • Page 15: Energy Saving

    While you are working, and if the ambient light conditions permit, you can reduce the display brightness or even switch off the display lighting completely. The Pocket LOOX 610 is equipped with a transflective display that reflects incident light and enables you to work even under unfavourable lighting conditions.

  • Page 16: Battery Storage

    If you want to store your Pocket PC unused for a longer time (longer than two months), charge the battery 100% beforehand. Please note that batteries discharge themselves over time. Therefore, recharge the battery of your Pocket PC at regular intervals during the storage period. Cleaning Pocket LOOX 610 Ê Switch the Pocket PC off.

  • Page 17: Software Overview

    Software overview In the following table you see which programs are already installed on your Pocket PC and where you can find information on the use and operation of these programs. Software Used for Operating information PocketWord For word processing Help file on Pocket PC PocketExel For spread-sheet functions...

  • Page 19: Operating Pocket Loox 610

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 This chapter describes the operating elements of your Pocket PC and how you • put the Pocket LOOX 610 into operation the first time • switch the Pocket LOOX 610 on and off • operate the Pocket LOOX 610 with the stylus •...

  • Page 20: Overview Of Operating Elements And Connections

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Overview of operating elements and connections 9 8 7 1 = Connection for ActiveSync cable and for 10 = Infrared interface cradle 11 = Soft reset 2 = Microphone 12 = Lower arrow key 3 = DC jack (DC IN)

  • Page 21: Initial Start-up

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 1 = Stylus 7 = Connection for ActiveSync cable 2 = Slot for expansion cards (CF Type I and II) 8 = DC jack (DC IN) 3 = Slot for expansion cards (SD) 9 = Locking catch...

  • Page 22: Removing Stylus From Pocket Pc

    Actuate full reset switch The first time you start your Pocket LOOX 610, you must actuate the full reset switch. The full reset switch is on the back of the Pocket LOOX and is covered by the battery during normal operation.

  • Page 23: Installing The Battery

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Slide the switch to the left with the stylus. Please note that your Pocket PC does not start up immediately after actuating the full reset switch, but rather a few seconds after installing the battery and connecting the mains power cable.

  • Page 24: Connecting The Power Adapter Ad 3110

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Slide the lock in the direction of the arrow with the stylus. Connecting the power adapter AD 3110 You can connect the power adapter directly to the Pocket PC at the DC socket. In the following text the letters and numbers after the designations for the various cables refer to the illustration Delivery scope in your "Getting Started“...

  • Page 25: Starting Pocket Loox 610 The First Time

    Then the Today screen appears. The Today screen always appears when you switch on the Pocket LOOX 610 again after you have not used it for four or more hours. The Today screen shows all important current information at a glance. From this screen you have access to all programs and to the system settings.

  • Page 26: Switching Pocket Pc Off And On

    Switching Pocket PC off and on After the initial start-up, you usually switch the Pocket LOOX 610 into the Suspend mode when not in use. It is only practical or necessary to switch off the Pocket PC completely with the Full Reset switch.

  • Page 27: Switching On And Off With Soft Reset (warm Boot)

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Switching on and off with soft reset (warm boot) After certain applications or the installation of new programs, it may be necessary to restart the Pocket PC with the soft reset. Data not yet saved in a file will be lost during this procedure. On the other hand, data in the RAM memory are retained.

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    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Slide the lock in the direction of the arrow with the stylus. Ê Slide the battery slightly in the direction of the arrow (1). Ê Lift out the battery upward in the direction of the arrow (2).

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    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Slide the Full Reset switch to the right with the stylus. Ê After waiting a few moments, slide the Full Reset switch to the left with the stylus. Please note that your Pocket PC does not...

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    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Install the battery as shown in the diagram and then slide it in the direction of the arrow until the edge of the battery is flush with the edge of the device. Ê Slide the lock in the direction of the arrow with the stylus.

  • Page 31: Using Standard Operating Elements

    The navigation key is also useful for one-hand operation with FSC SpeedMenu. More information on using the FSC SpeedMenu is contained in the "FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand"chapter.

  • Page 32: Using The Arrow Keys

    FSC Speed button. The arrow keys are particularly useful for one- hand operation with FSC SpeedMenu. More information on using the FSC SpeedMenu is contained in the "FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand"chapter. Ê...

  • Page 33: Using The Application Buttons

    You can also specify the switching off and on again of the display lighting in the system settings of your Pocket PC (see the "Configuring Pocket LOOX 610" chapter). In the system settings you can also adjust the brightness continuously.

  • Page 34: Making Sound Recordings

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Making sound recordings 1 = Microphone A microphone is integrated in your Pocket PC. You can record sound and speech in the Notes program. Speak into the internal microphone to do this. You recording is automatically saved under the name Recording1. To play back the recording, simply touch the file name in the list.

  • Page 35: Using The Cradle

    The Pocket PC and the cradle should not be subjected to extreme environmental conditions. Protect the Pocket LOOX 610 and cradle from dust, moisture and heat. 1 = Connection for the ActiveSync cable 2 = DC jack (DC IN)

  • Page 36: Adjusting The Locking Catch

    The docking station has an integrated locking catch that you can move to one of two positions. This ensures that your Pocket LOOX 610 retention is always optimum regardless of whether you connect it to the docking station with or without the Main Battery XL attached.

  • Page 37: Charging Battery In Cradle

    Please note that you have to install the program ActiveSync on your notebook/PC before you carry out the first data synchronisation between the Pocket LOOX 610 and notebook/PC. You will find more information on this in chapter "Synchronising data with ActiveSync".

  • Page 38: Synchronising Data With Activesync

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Synchronising data with ActiveSync To also have the current version of the data you have processed on the road on your Pocket PC available on your PC/notebook, you must copy these data to your PC/notebook. This procedure is...

  • Page 39: Backing Up Data With Fsc Backup

    Backing up data with FSC Backup The Pocket LOOX 610 saves your data such as appointments, addresses, things to do and notes, as well as all documents in the RAM memory of the device. These data are backed up to your PC during synchronisation with ActiveSync.

  • Page 40: Restoring

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Restoring The backup data saved on the memory card are restored in the RAM memory of the device. All data in the RAM memory are restored as they were at the time of the backup. This also means that all data currently in the RAM memory of the device are overwritten.

  • Page 41: Inserting And Removing Expansion Cards

    Consult the documentation supplied by the expansion card's manufacturer and follow the instructions provided. Never use force when inserting or removing an expansion card. Only use expansion cards suitable for the Pocket LOOX 610. Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot. Inserting CompactFlash expansion card Ê...

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    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Pull the placeholder for the expansion card out of the slot. Keep the placeholder for the expansion card in a safe place. If you remove the expansion card, you should reinsert the dummy card into the slot. This prevents foreign bodies from getting into the slot.

  • Page 43: Inserting Sd/mmc Expansion Card

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Ê Gently push the expansion card into the slot until you feel it click into place. Ê Follow the instructions of the card manufacturer in the documentation for your expansion card if necessary. Inserting SD/MMC expansion card Ê...

  • Page 44: Removing Compactflash Expansion Card

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Removing CompactFlash expansion card Ê Press the eject button (1) so that the expansion card projects slightly out of the slot on the Pocket PC. If the eject button is lowered, you must first cause the eject button to release from the Pocket PC casing.

  • Page 45: Removing Sd/mmc Expansion Card

    Operating pocket LOOX 610 Removing SD/MMC expansion card Ê Press on the edge of the expansion card (1) so that the expansion card jumps out of the slot slightly. Ê Slide the expansion card out of the Pocket PC (2).

  • Page 47: Pocket Loox 610 In Mobile Use

    Pocket LOOX 610 in mobile use The Pocket LOOX 610 is equipped with a powerful battery that allows you to work for several hours without a connection to a power supply. When you're on the road your Pocket PC is supplied with power by the integrated battery.

  • Page 48: Optimising Battery Performance

    Pocket PC. These settings enable you to use the battery operating time optimally. Please see the "Configuring Pocket LOOX 610“ chapter for information on how to save energy. In the default setting, a setting is activated that automatically switches the Pocket PC into the Suspend mode after three minutes when working without a power connection if no entries are made during this time.

  • Page 49: Information On Transport And Travelling

    Pocket LOOX 610 in mobile use Information on transport and travelling Transporting Pocket LOOX 610 • Remove all data carriers (e.g. memory cards) from the slots. • Switch the Pocket PC into the Suspend mode. • Pull the power plug of the power adapter and all peripheral devices out of the electrical outlets if necessary.

  • Page 51: Fsc Speedmenu - Operating Pocket Loox 610 Quickly With One Hand

    FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand FSC SpeedMenu simplifies the operating of your Pocket PC and speeds up everyday routines. FSC SpeedMenu also allows you to operate your Pocket PC with one hand: instead of using the stylus you can select and activate menu items easily by using the arrow keys or the navigation key via the FSC SpeedMenu.

  • Page 52: Programme Structure

    FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand Operating with the stylus • To trigger the desired action (activate the entry, select the submenu, display help, terminate the programme): Press the corresponding menu entry or the corresponding button briefly.

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    FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand FSC SpeedMenu: default entries in Organizer* submenu *: The two illustrations show the default entries you will find when you start the FSC SpeedMenu the first time. You can leave the default entries as they are or change them at any time.

  • Page 54: Editing Fsc Speedmenu

    FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand Editing FSC SpeedMenu Within the defined program structure (see the "Programme structure" section) you can alter FSC SpeedMenu to meet your own needs. You can add new entries, rename entries, sort entries, create submenu entries, move the existing entries and, of course, also delete entries.

  • Page 55: Tips And Tricks

    FSC SpeedMenu - Operating pocket LOOX 610 quickly with one hand An overview of all possible actions is contained in the FSC SpeedMenu help on your Pocket PC. Example of a configured FSC SpeedMenu Tips and tricks Activating an entry in Quick menu immediately after starting FSC SpeedMenu:...

  • Page 57: Configuring Pocket Loox 610

    If the battery charge level is very low, you will be warned with a dialog window during operation. Then immediately connect your Pocket LOOX 610 to an electrical outlet. If you do not immediately connect your Pocket PC to the mains power, the Pocket PC will automatically switch itself off.

  • Page 58: Using Energy-saving Functions

    The battery uses less energy at a lower processor speed, enabling you to work longer during battery operation. But if you wish to view films on your Pocket LOOX 610, you should select the turbo mode with its high energy consumption.

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    Configuring Pocket LOOX 610 Switching off display lighting In the system settings, you can specify the time in minutes after which the display lighting is switched off if no entry is made. Ê Touch Start. Ê Select the Settings entry in the menu.

  • Page 60: Configuring Hardware Buttons

    Configuring hardware buttons FSC KeyLock: preventing switch-on via application buttons By default, your Pocket LOOX 610 starts up if the Suspend button and an application button are pressed. In the program FSC KeyLock you can specify that the Pocket PC only starts if the Suspend button is pressed.

  • Page 61: Adjusting Menus

    Configuring Pocket LOOX 610 The button is now assigned the desired program. If you want to change the function of several buttons, we advise you to make a note of the new functions. Adjusting menus Frequently used programs appear in the Start menu. You can adjust the Start menu to meet your needs.

  • Page 62: Changing Time

    The next time you switch on your Pocket PC you must first enter the password before the Today screen or the content on which you last worked appears on the display. If you have forgotten your password, you can restart your Pocket LOOX 610 by resetting it to the delivered state with the Full Reset switch.

  • Page 63: Using Alarm Functions

    Have the Pocket LOOX 610 "wake you": your Pocket LOOX 610 will remind you in advance of upcoming appointments or deadlines with an acoustic signal. By the way, you can also select from a large number of different alarm signals.

  • Page 65: Connecting And Networking Pocket Loox 610 With Other Devices

    Do not bring the Pocket LOOX 610 into an operating room with the radio component switched on, as the radio waves transmitted by BLUETOOTH may impair the operation of medical electronic systems used there.

  • Page 66: Wireless Data Transfer With Infrared Interface

    BLUETOOTH supports many functions (Services), e.g. accessing the Internet and transmitting or receiving data or e-mails. In the following sections, you will find out how to put BLUETOOTH into operation. The help file for the software on your Pocket LOOX 610 explains how you operate the software concerned. A26391-K139-Z120-2-7619...

  • Page 67: Selecting Location For Bluetooth Operation

    You can also switch BLUETOOTH on and off in the system settings. Wireless connection via Wireless LAN (optional) If your Pocket LOOX 610 has an integrated Wireless LAN installed, you will find information on it in the help file on your Pocket PC.

  • Page 69: Accessories And Additional Components

    And you can also mount an additional battery, the Main Battery XL, on the Pocket PC. This considerably extends the operating time of the Pocket LOOX 610. The external keyboard is useful for entering larger amounts of text.

  • Page 71: Troubleshooting And Tips

    Troubleshooting and tips If a fault occurs in your Pocket PC, try to eliminate it with the measures described in this chapter. If you fail to correct the problem, proceed as follows: Ê Make a note of the steps and the circumstances that led to the fault. Also make a note of any error messages displayed.

  • Page 72: The Pocket Pc Switches Off

    Troubleshooting and tips The Pocket PC switches off If you operate the Pocket PC too long with only the battery, the Pocket PC switches into the Suspend mode when the battery charging level is too low. Ê Connect the power adapter to charge the battery. Ê...

  • Page 73: The Pocket Pc Stops Working

    Troubleshooting and tips The Pocket PC stops working If the Pocket PC stops working, this may have the following reasons: An application programme has caused the malfunction Ê Restart the Pocket PC (soft reset). Ê Reset the Pocket PC to the delivered state with the Full Reset switch. When you reset the Pocket PC to the delivered state, your data are lost! Ê...

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    Troubleshooting and tips Ê Slide the battery slightly in the direction of the arrow (1). Ê Lift out the battery upward in the direction of the arrow (2). Ê Slide the Full Reset switch to the right with the stylus. A26391-K139-Z120-2-7619...

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    Troubleshooting and tips Ê After waiting a few moments, slide the Full Reset switch to the left with the stylus. Please note that your Pocket PC does not start up immediately after actuating the full reset switch, but rather a few seconds after installing the battery and connecting the mains power cable.

  • Page 76: The Battery Discharges Too Quickly

    Bring the Pocket PC up / down to a normal temperature again. If the operating time of the battery mode is extremely short, the battery is probably old and should be replaced. Please consult your local distributor if you want to buy a new Pocket LOOX 610 battery.

  • Page 77: The Suspend Button Does Not Respond Properly

    Troubleshooting and tips The Suspend button does not respond properly You have pressed the Suspend button too long to switch the Pocket PC on or off. Ê Briefly press the Suspend button until the Pocket PC switches on or off. No sound or minimal volume Check whether the volume is set correctly.

  • Page 79: Technical Data

    Technical data Pocket LOOX 610 Processor: Intel PXA255 Applications Processor with Intel® XScale™ technology at 400 MHz Main memory: • Model equipped with BLUETOOTH: 64 MB RAM, 64 MB ROM • Model equipped with BLUETOOTH and 128 MB RAM, 64 MB ROM...

  • Page 80: Battery

    Technical data Dimensions Width/depth/height: 147,5 mm/78 mm/19mm Weight: • Model equipped with BLUETOOTH: approx. 197 g • Model equipped with BLUETOOTH and approx. 205 g Wireless LAN: Battery Rated capacity: 1500 mAh Charging time (when not in operation): Max. 4 hours Operating time: up to 24 hours up to 300 hours in stand-by mode...

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    Index Data transfer Accessories 59 BLUETOOTH 56 ActiveSync cable, connecting 28 infrared 56 ActiveSync partnership, establishing 28 Wireless LAN 57 ActiveSync, installing 28 Data, technical 69 Additional components 59 Date, not correct 61 Date/Time incorrect 61 Alarms 53 Antenna 10 DC IN jack 10 Application buttons, using 23 Display...

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    Index GPRS module 59 Password protection under Pocket PC 2003 51 Pocket PC before you travel 39 Hardware keys, configuring 50 cleaning 6 Hardware, overview 10 configuring 47 Headphones port 10 connecting with other devices 55 Hotline/Help Desk 67 does not start 62 does not work 63 networking 55 Infrared interface 10, 56...

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    Index Start menu, customising 51 Tips 61 Storage, battery 6 Today application button 10 Stylus 10 Today screen 15 removing 12 Touchscreen, aligning 15 using 21 Transport 39 Summer time 61 Travel, Pocket PC 39 Suspend key 10, 16 Troubleshooting 61 does not react 67 switch off 16 switching on 16...

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