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Features Feature Functionality 1 Power button • Press and hold to turn the tablet on or off. • Press to turn the display on or off. • In standby mode, press and hold to open the options menu. 2 Volume button • Press to increase or decrease volume.
8 Speaker Provides audio output. 9 Service Tag label Provides the Service Tag and Express Service Code needed for contacting Dell for customer service or technical support. 10 Intel RealSense Snapshot Captures pictures or records videos. Pictures taken with the Intel RealSense Snapshot can feature depth or motion effects, see “Intel RealSense Snapshot”.
NOTE: The front camera supports zoom, but does not support the face tracking, continuous auto‑focus, or touch‑to‑focus feature. NOTE: The Intel RealSense Snapshot supports continuous auto‑focus, touch‑to‑focus, and zoom, but does not support the face tracking feature. NOTE: The micro‑USB/charging port supports connecting to a computer and power sharing to connected USB devices.
WARNING: Before you begin any of the procedures in this section, read the safety information that shipped with your tablet. For additional best practices information, go to dell.com/regulatory_compliance. Charging the Tablet CAUTION: Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of 0°C to 35°C (32°F to 95°F).
NOTE: A fully discharged battery takes up to 4 hours to fully charge. NOTE: You can also trickle charge the tablet via a computer’s USB port using the micro‑USB cable. When connected to a computer, the battery charges slowly as the charge time depends on the power output of the USB port.
You can check the tablet’s battery charge status from the battery icon displayed at the top of the screen: Battery icon Description Tablet is connected to a power supply and the battery is fully charged. Tablet is connected to a power supply and the battery is charging.
Turning On Your Tablet When you turn on the tablet for the first time, you must finish Android setup to start using your tablet. For more information, see the Quick Start Guide that shipped with your tablet. 1 Press and hold the power button for 7 seconds to turn on your tablet.
Turning Off Your Tablet To turn off your tablet, press and hold the power button for at least 2 seconds and then touch Power off. Locking your tablet Press the power button to turn off the screen and lock your tablet. Your tablet provides several screen locks including Slide, Pattern, PIN, Password, and Face Unlock to protect your tablet against unauthorized access.
Unlocking your tablet When the screen goes dark and a screen lock is set, you must unlock your tablet to enter the Home screen. To unlock your tablet: 1 Press the power button to wake up the screen. 2 Unlock the screen lock using one of the following methods: Slide Swipe the lock icon in any direction.
Inserting a MicroSD Card 1 Insert a pin or paper clip into the pinhole on the microSD‑card tray so that the microSD‑card tray pops out. 2 Remove the microSD‑card tray. 3 Align the microSD card so that the pins are pointed toward the card slot and are facing toward the rear of the tablet.
Removing the MicroSD Card CAUTION: Removing the microSD card while it is in use may cause data loss or result in application errors. Ensure all save operations to the microSD card are complete before removing the microSD card. → Settings→ Storage→ Unmount. 1 Touch 2 Confirm that you want to unmount the microSD card.
Using Headphones You can connect a headset, headphones, microphone, or other audio equipment to the headset port of your tablet. WARNING: Listening to loud music for an extended period of time can lead to hearing loss. 1 Connect headphones to the headset port (3.5 mm) on the tablet. 2 Insert the earbuds in your ears, or wear the over‑ear headphones over your head, and then adjust the volume to a comfortable level.
Using Your Tablet Wi-Fi Setting Turning on/off Wi‑Fi: → Settings. 1 Touch 2 In the Wi-Fi option, touch the Wi‑Fi slider to turn Wi‑Fi on or off. NOTE: You can also swipe down from the top‑right edge of the display to access the Wi‑Fi setting in the Quick Settings menu. Connecting to a network: 1 Turn on Wi‑Fi.
Bluetooth Setting Turning on/off Bluetooth: → Settings. 1 Touch 2 In the Bluetooth option, touch the Bluetooth slider to turn Bluetooth on or off. Pairing with Bluetooth‑enabled devices: 1 Turn on Bluetooth. For information on turning on Bluetooth, see “Turning on/off Bluetooth“. →...
Gestures Your tablet has a multitouch display. You can touch the screen to operate the tablet. Finger gestures Allows you to: Touch • Select items on the screen Touch gently on the display with your including options, entries, fingertip. images, and icons. • Start apps.
Finger gestures Allows you to: Drag Move items such as images, apps, 1 Touch and hold your finger on an and icons on the screen. item on the screen. 2 Keeping your finger in contact with the display, move your fingertip to the desired location.
Finger gestures Allows you to: Zoom out Reduce the view of an image or Touch the display with two fingers and web page. then move the fingers closer. Rotate Rotate objects within apps. Touch the display with two or more fingers and then move the fingers in a clockwise or counter‑clockwise arc.
Screen Orientation For optimal viewing experience, the screen orientation changes automatically to portrait or landscape depending on how you hold the tablet. You can disable automatic screen rotation and lock the screen in portrait or landscape mode. NOTE: Some apps may not support automatic screen rotation and are designed to work only in one orientation.
Android Home Screen When you turn on your tablet and unlock the screen, you will enter the Android Home screen. The Home screen consists of a variety of apps, a notification menu, status icons, a Favorites tray, and a navigation bar. Using Your Tablet...
Navigation bar At the bottom of your tablet’s screen, you can find the navigation bar which features three buttons. Icon Item Description Back button Touch to return to the previous screen or exit the running application. NOTE: When the on‑screen keyboard is opened, the back button is changed to the hide button Touch to hide the on‑screen keyboard in the text input mode.
To add an app to the Favorites tray: 1 Touch 2 Touch and hold the app you want to add to the Favorites tray. 3 Move the app into the position you want to place it in and release your finger. NOTE: If you want to create an app folder, move the app on top of another app on the Favorites tray and release your finger.
To add a widget to the Home screen: 1 Touch 2 Touch the WIDGETS tab at the top of the menu. 3 Touch and hold the widget you want to add to the Home screen. 4 Move the widget to the area you want to place it in and release your finger.
Quick Settings At the top‑right of the Home screen, you can find the status icons. Swipe down from the top‑right of the Home screen to access the Quick Settings menu. The Quick Settings menu gives you quick access to current settings for your tablet, such as Wi‑Fi setting, battery status, settings menu, and so on.
Intel RealSense Snapshot Intel RealSense Snapshot is a depth‑capturing technology allowing you to capture high‑resolution pictures and videos with depth perception using the Camera app. You can change the color, exposure, effects, and focus settings for the photos and share with your friends using the Gallery app. Taking Intel RealSense Snapshot photos →...
3 At the top‑left corner of the photo, you can find two buttons for editing Intel RealSense Snapshot photos. Icon Item Description Edit button Allows you to edit the photos by adding filters or frames, changing the dimensions or orientation, or adjusting color settings. Focus button Allows you to determine the focal point of a photo by touching a point within the photo...
Synchronizing Your Tablet Using a Google account During the Android setup process, you can sign in with your Google account or create a new Google account. When you sign in with your existing Google account on your tablet, your settings including contacts, emails, calendar events, and data associated with your account are automatically synchronized with the tablets or computers on which you use the same Google account.
Resetting Your Tablet CAUTION: Resetting your tablet erases all data from your tablet’s internal storage, including your Google account, system app data, system settings, downloaded apps, music, photos, and other user data. Ensure that you back up all the required data before you proceed. To reset your tablet: →...
Troubleshooting Battery problem Possible causes Possible solutions Problems 1 Check the cable, Battery does not connectors, and Dell charge power adapter to ensure proper connectivity. 2 Verify that the wall outlet is functioning by connecting another device. The tablet's Charge the battery in an...
“Turning Off Your Tablet” unexpectedly “Turning On Your Tablet”. 2 Reset the tablet. See “Resetting Your Tablet”. 3 If the issue is unresolved, contact Dell. Go to dell.com/support. Tablet cannot boot Contact Dell. Go to dell.com/support. into Android Software or feature Software updates may...
1 Ensure Bluetooth is Unable to pair with a Bluetooth device on and follow proper Bluetooth pairing instructions. See “Bluetooth Setting”. 2 Contact Dell. Go to dell.com/support. Touchscreen problem Problems Possible causes Possible solutions Touchscreen responds • The screen is dirty.
Contacting Dell To contact Dell for sales, technical support, or customer service issues: 1 Have the Service Tag and Express Service Code information of your tablet ready. To locate the Service Tag and Express Service Code information, see “Locating Your Service Tag and Express Service Code”.
Reg Model :XXXX Reg Type No:XXXXXXX DELL www.dell.com Reg Model :XXXX NOTE: Your Service Tag and Express Service Code information can also be seen in the My Dell app, along with other system information. Locating Your Service Tag and Express Service Code...
Specifications Dimensions and Weight Height 215.8 mm (8.50 inches) Width 124.4 mm (4.90 inches) Thickness 6.0 mm (0.24 inch) Weight 305 g +/– 5 g (0.67 lb +/– 0.01 lb) Tablet Environment Temperature range: Operating 0°C to 35°C (32°F to 95°F) Non‑operating –40°C to 65°C (–40°F to 149°F) Relative humidity (maximum):...
Display Type 8.4‑inch WXGA display with multi‑point capacitive touch Resolution (maximum) 2560 x 1600 Aspect ratio 16:10 Brightness (maximum) 300 nits Viewing angle Over 80 degrees Contrast ratio 10000:1 Color depth 24 bit/pixel Power Adapter Input voltage 100‑240 VAC Input current (maximum) 0.5 A Input frequency 50‑60 Hz...
Glossary This section provides information about the terms used in this document that is for informational purposes only and may or may not describe features included with your tablet. A ‑ ampere—A measure of the amount of electric charge passing a point in an electric circuit.
Google Now ‑ An intelligent personal assistant developed by Google that works on a tablet or smartphone that runs Android. It serves as a day planner. GRMS ‑ A unit of acceleration caused by the force of gravity. The grms value is typically used to express the overall energy of a particular random vibration event and is a statistical value used in mechanical engineering for structural design and analysis purposes.
Service Tag ‑ A bar code label on your tablet that identifies your tablet when you call Dell for customer service or technical support. Shortcut ‑ An icon that provides quick access to frequently used programs, files, folders, and drives. When you place a shortcut on your Android Home screen, touch the icon to open its corresponding folder or file without having to find it first.