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Ematic EGS114 User Manual

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User's Manual
Ematic 7" Genesis 2


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    User’s Manual Ematic 7” Genesis 2 EGS114...

  • Page 2: Important Notices

    Since the tablet software updates regularly, the user manual may not cover all aspects of new features. Important Notices • The new battery will be in its best condition after being fully charged and discharged 2-3 times. • While using earphones, if the volume is excessively high it may cause hearing damage.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Section 1: Tablet Overview Tablet Overview Screen Basics Touch Screen Basics Section 2: Initial Setup Charging Turn on Getting Started Setting up your Google™ Account Section 3: Your Home Screen Icons Adding Icons Moving Icons Removing Icons Take a Screenshot Sleep Mode Change the Wallpaper Section 4: Network Connection...

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    Section 10: Tablet Settings Section 11: Tips & Tricks Extending Battery Life Reset/Restore Troubleshooting Customer Support Limitations of Liability Statement...

  • Page 5: Section 1: Tablet Overview

    Tablet Overview Camera Audio jack Speaker Hold for 2 seconds to turn on/off. Press to sleep/wake up. Volume +/- MicroSD card slot 5V Charging port HDMI MicroUSB...

  • Page 6: Screen Basics

    Screen Basics Search All Apps Swipe left or right to switch between home screens. Slide up to reveal your notifications/settings Back Home Recent apps Wi-Fi Signal Battery Touch Screen Basics Tap the screen once to activate or open something. Touch and hold to move an item by dragging. *In many apps touch and hold can offer more options.

  • Page 7: Section 2: Initial Setup

    Turn on To start your tablet, press and hold the power key for 2 seconds. The Ematic logo indicates that the tablet is loading. Once the screen loads, you will see a Welcome Screen. Tap OK and continue to personalize your...

  • Page 8: Getting Started

    Getting Started Once your tablet loads, you will see a Welcome Screen. Tap OK to begin using your tablet. Tap to custom- ize your Home Screen with apps and widgets. Setting up your Google Account Tap the Settings app and scroll down to Accounts. Tap Add Account.

  • Page 9: Section 3: Your Home Screen

    Your Home Screen Icons You can fill the home screen with any combinations of shortcuts, widgets, and folders you like. When you power up your tablet for the first time, you’ll see the main home screen panel. This panel is typically centered;...

  • Page 10: Adding Icons

    Adding Icons Within the All Apps menu, choose an app or swipe right to choose a widget. Tap and hold desired app or widget for about 2 seconds until the Home screen ap- pears. Slide it wherever you want and let go. Moving Icons Touch &...

  • Page 11: Sleep Mode

    Sleep Mode To save battery, you should put your tablet in sleep mode by turning off the LCD display. To do this, press the power key and immediately release it. Do it again to bring up the lock screen. Change the Wallpaper Tap and hold your finger on any open space on your home screen.

  • Page 12: Section 4: Network Connection

    Network Connection Wi-Fi can only be used when it connects with a Wi-Fi Access Point (AP) or a free unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot. Turn on Wi-Fi Within the All Under Wireless & Networks, tap the Wi-Fi switch to turn Apps menu, tap it on and scan for networks.

  • Page 13: Adding A Wi-fi Network

    Adding a Wi-Fi Network Users may also add a Wi-Fi network under Wi-Fi settings. Forget a Wi-Fi Network In the Wi-Fi settings screen, tap the name of the net- work. Tap “Forget” in the dialog that opens.

  • Page 14: Section 5: Connecting To A Computer

    Connecting to a Computer Connect to your computer by USB. The device driver will install. Choose open folder to view EGS114 (E:) files or select the removable disk. EGS114 (E:) You will now be able to drag and drop the files from...

  • Page 15: Mac

    Tap Turn on USB Storage. Tap Turn on USB Storage. User Finder to go to Devices and choose EGS114. ® You will now be able to drag and drop files from your computer onto your tablet just as you would a USB flash drive.

  • Page 16: Section 6: Using The Keyboard

    Using the Keyboard Entering text Enter text using the onscreen keyboard. In most apps it will open automatically. In others, open the keyboard by touching where you want to type. *Depending on what you are doing, some of the keys on the keyboard may look different. Keyboards A&B appears when you are searching or browsing the net.

  • Page 17: Gesture Typing

    Keyboard C: Enter Insert smileys Tap to speak instead of type To make the keyboard go away, touch the modified Back button at the bottom of the screen. Gesture Typing Swipe your finger over letters you want to type, and lift after each word.

  • Page 18: Basic Editing

    Basic Editing Move the insertion point: Touch where you want to type. The cursor will blink in the new position and a blue tab will appear below it. Drag the tab to move the cursor. Select text: Touch & hold or double-tap within the text.

  • Page 19: Section 7: Exploring Apps

    Exploring Apps Open up some Apps to better familiarize yourself with your new tablet. Clock Setting an alarm: Touch set alarm Select the time you want, then tap Done Camera Tap the camera app to take pictures and videos to share with your friends and family.

  • Page 20: Included Apps

    Included Apps Calculator: Basic calculator functions Calendar: Keep track of your schedule and set reminders Camera: Take photos and record videos Chrome™: Browse the web with Google Chrome. Clock: Set the time and alarms Downloads: Manage your downloads Email: Sync your email accounts Evernote: Keep notes and to-do lists Flash Player: Provides flash compatibility.

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    Google Maps™: Find directions and locations Google Settings: Edit your Google Account settings Google Voice Search™: Search the internet by speaking your search query Google+™: Stay connected and share life as it happens with Google+ Hangouts™: One-on-one and group conversa- tions with photos, emoji, and video calls for free.

  • Page 22: Uninstalling Apps

    Play Newsstand: Read magazines and news. Play Store: Shop for music, books, magazines, movies, TV shows, games and apps Pogoplug: Connect yo the internet to access and share your files. Includes 5GB of cloud storage Settings: Adjust settings on your tablet Sound Recorder: Record notes, lectures, or great ideas you might forget.

  • Page 23: Section 8: Google Accounts

    Google Accounts Why use a Google Account? Google Accounts let you organize and access your personal information from any computer or mobile device. Sync & Back-up: Whether you draft an email, add a contact, or add an event to your calendar, your work continuously gets backed up and synchronizes with any computer with the same Google Account.

  • Page 24: Remove A Google Account

    Tap Add Account in the top right hand corner. Tap what kind of account you want to add and sign in. Remove a Google Account Tap Settings Under Accounts, tap Google Tap the account that you want to remove. Tap Menu icon and then Remove account Google Play Google Play brings together all of your...

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    Google Play Purchase music, games, books, magazines, movies, TV shows, and apps on the Google Play Store app Play Store With Google Play, shop the world’s largest eBookstore now with over 5 million books- avail- able on web, tablet, and phone. Play Books With Google Play Newsstand, discover more of the news and magazines you love with a news-...

  • Page 26: Section 9: Voice Actions

    Voice Actions After installing the Google Search app you can use Voice Actions to get directions, send messages, and perform a number of other common tasks. To initiate a Voice Action you can: • Tap the Microphone in the Google Search Bar on your Home Screen •...

  • Page 27: Voice Commands

    Voice Commands To initiate a Voice Action touch the Microphone icon *Voice Actions will only be available after download- ing the Google Search app. Some handy voice commands are: Followed By Examples [Words you want “bike shoes” to search for] “Map of”...

  • Page 28: Section 10: Tablet Settings

    Tablet Settings Wi-Fi: Turn Wi-Fi on to see available networks and con- nect. Sound: Adjust the volume, notifications, and alarm sounds. Display: Adjust brightness, change your wallpaper, turn on/ off screen rotation, sleep settings, and font size. Storage: Provides storage use data. Battery: Provides battery usage data.

  • Page 29: Section 11: Tips & Tricks

    Tips & Tricks Extending Battery Life Reducing the Brightness of your screen can help extend your battery life. In Settings tap Display. Tap Brightness. Use the slider to adjust the brightness. Then tap OK. Use a Quick Screen Timeout. In Settings tap Display. Tap Sleep.

  • Page 30: Reset/restore

    Reset/Restore Reset Device Press and hold the power button for 6 seconds to reset the device. Factory Restore Select Backup & reset in the settings app to restore fac- tory settings. This will erase all data on the tablet. Troubleshooting Cannot turn on the tablet.

  • Page 31: Customer Support

    Ematic, the use of The Ematic User Manual or any Ematic product and/or software. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

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    Ematic is not affiliated with Microsoft, Apple, Inc., Linux, or Google, Inc., (including Android). This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the follow- ing 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.

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