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Mio 268/Mio 269 User’s Manual
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Revision: R00 December 2004 Trademarks All brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Note The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
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Table of Contents Precautions and Notices..................................................................... v 1 Getting Started .............................................................................. 1 1.1 Performing the Initial Start Up .............................................................1 1.2 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery ............................4 1.3 Using Your Device in a Vehicle ...........................................................5 Using the Car Holder ...........................................................................5 Connecting the Car Charger................................................................6 1.4 Understanding Hardware Features .....................................................7 Front Components...............................................................................7 Back Components ...............................................................................8 Left-Side Components.........................................................................9 Right-Side Components.......................................................................9 Top Components ...............................................................................10 Bottom Components..........................................................................10 2 Basic Skills .................................................................................. 11 2.1 Turning On and Off Your Device .......................................................11 Home Screen.....................................................................................11 2.2 Operating Your Device ......................................................................12 Using Hardware Buttons....................................................................12 Using the Navigation Pad ..................................................................13 Using the Remote Control (For Mio 269 Only) ..................................13 Using the Volume Control..................................................................14 Using the Stylus.................................................................................14 2.3 Using a SD/MMC Card ......................................................................15 3 System Settings .......................................................................... 17 3.1 Using System Settings.......................................................................17 3.2 Backlight ............................................................................................18 3.3 Volume...............................................................................................19 i
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3.4 Screen............................................................................................... 20 3.5 Power................................................................................................ 21 3.6 Date&Time ........................................................................................ 23 3.7 Switch Language .............................................................................. 24 3.8 Back .................................................................................................. 25 4 MP3 Player....................................................................................27 4.1 Starting and Exiting MP3 Player ....................................................... 27 4.2 Preparing the MP3 Files for You Device........................................... 28 4.3 Playing MP3 Files ............................................................................. 28 MP3 Playback Control ...................................................................... 29 4.4 Using the Play Lists .......................................................................... 31 Creating a Play List........................................................................... 31 Opening a Play List........................................................................... 32 Managing Your Play Lists ................................................................. 32 4.5 Equalizer ........................................................................................... 33 5 Mio Transfer .................................................................................35 5.1 Installing Mio Transfer....................................................................... 35 5.2 Starting Mio Transfer ........................................................................ 36 5.3 Using MP3 Assistant......................................................................... 37 Copying MP3 Files to Your Device................................................... 37 Managing Your MP3 Files................................................................. 39 5.4 Using ESync ..................................................................................... 39 5.5 Using Recover .................................................................................. 41 6 Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues............................43 6.1 Installing the Contacts Program........................................................ 43 6.2 Starting and Exiting Contacts ........................................................... 44 6.3 Creating a Contact............................................................................ 45 6.4 Displaying the Contacts Summary Screen ....................................... 46 6.5 Editing or Deleting a Contact ............................................................ 46 7 Troubleshooting and Maintenance ...........................................47 7.1 Resetting Your System ..................................................................... 47 7.2 Clearing the Memory......................................................................... 48 7.3 Troubleshooting ................................................................................ 49 Power Problems................................................................................ 49 Screen Problems .............................................................................. 49 Connection Problems........................................................................ 50 GPS Problems .................................................................................. 50 7.4 Maintaining Your Device................................................................... 51 7.5 Support Information .......................................................................... 52 ii
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A Regulatory Information............................................................... 53 A.1 Regulations Statements.....................................................................53 Class B Regulations ..........................................................................53 European Notice................................................................................54 A.2 Safety Precautions.............................................................................55 About Charging..................................................................................55 About the AC Adapter........................................................................55 About the Battery...............................................................................55 iii
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Precautions and Notices For your own safety, do not operate the controls of the product while driving. Use this product prudently. The product is intended to be used only as a navigation aid. It is not for precise measurement of direction, distance, location or topography. The calculated route is for reference only. It is the user’s responsibility to follow the traffic signs and local regulations along the roads. When you get off the car, do not leave your device on the dashboard that is subject to direct sunlight. The overheating of the battery can cause malfunction and/or danger. GPS is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible for the performance of GPS. Any change to the GPS system can affect the accuracy of all GPS equipments. GPS satellite signals cannot pass through solid materials (except glass). When you are inside a tunnel or building, GPS positioning is not available. A minimum of 4 GPS satellite signals is needed to determine current GPS position. Signal reception can be affected by situations such as bad weather or dense overhead obstacles (e.g. trees and tall buildings). The wireless devices might interfere the reception of satellite signals and cause the reception of the signal to be unstable. For better signal reception, it is recommended that you use car antenna (option). v
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A car holder is needed when using the device in car. It is recommended that you place the device in the appropriate place and avoid the areas as the figure shows. Do not place unsecured on the dashboard. Do not mount where the driver’s field of vision is blocked. Do not mount in front of an airbag field of deployment. Do not mount in front of airbag panels. vi
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1 Getting Started This chapter tells you step by step how to perform the initial startup and introduces the components of your device. 1.1 Performing the Initial Start Up 1. For Mio 268 Only: Insert the Mio Map card supplied with your device before the initial start up. 2. Pull out the stylus and use it to slide the ON/OFF switch to the ON (right) position. CAUTION: Always leave the ON/OFF switch in the ON position for normal operation. 1
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3. The Switch Language screen pops up. For most countries, only one language is available. You can tap the left/right arrow to select a language only if your region of purchase is a country with multiple languages. Tap to continue. NOTE: If multiple languages are available, you can change the language later on by tapping Setting Switch Language. See Section 3.6 for more information. 4. The Time&Date screen appears asking you to set the Time, Date and Time zone for your system. Tap the arrow button to select the time, date and time zone. Then tap to continue. 2
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NOTE: You can change the date, time and time zone later on by tapping Setting Date&Time. See Section 3.5 for more information. 5. For Mio 268 Only: Your device will install the navigation software from the Mio Map card to your device. Wait until the installation is completed. 6. The Home screen appears as shown below. You can now start using your device. 3
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1.2 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery Fully charge the battery before starting to use your device for the first time. 1. Plug the converter to the AC adapter. 2. Connect the DC end of the AC adapter to the bottom of your device. (X) 3. Plug the other end of the AC adapter into a wall outlet. (Y) Converter Charge Indicator The charge indicator glows amber when charging is in progress. Do not disconnect your device from AC power until the battery is fully charged, as indicated by the amber indicator turning into green. This will take a couple of hours. NOTE: When you connect the AC adapter to charge the battery after the battery power has been fully depleted, wait for at least one minute before turning on the device. Depending on your region of purchase, the converter may not look exactly the same as the picture shown. 4
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1.3 Using Your Device in a Vehicle A car holder and a car charger are supplied with your device. Using the Car Holder CAUTION: Select an appropriate location for the car holder. Never place the holder where the driver’s field of vision is blocked. If the car’s windshield has window tint, it is recommended that you use a car antenna (optional) to route the antenna to the top of the car through the window. When closing the car window, be careful not to pinch the antenna. (For a car with the anti-jam design, the window will automatically leave space.) The car holder consists of a bracket and a stand. Use the car holder to fix the device near the windshield. (See the document supplied with the car holder for the installation instruction.) NOTE: This car holder shown is an example only. Your car holder may not look exactly the same as this one. 5
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Connecting the Car Charger The car charger supplies power to your device when you are using the device in a car. CAUTION: To protect your device against sudden current, connect the car charger only after the car engine has been started. 1. Connect one end of the car charger to the power connector of your device. 2. Connect the other end to the cigarette lighter in the car. The indicator on the car charger lights in green to indicate that power is being supplied to your device. To Cigarette Lighter Power Indicator 6
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1.4 Understanding Hardware Features NOTE: Depending on the model you purchased, the color of the device might not be exactly the same as the pictures shown in this manual. Front Components Ref Component Description See Also Touch Screen Displays the output of your device. Tap the screen with the stylus to select menu commands or enter information. Mute Button Toggles the mute on and off. Section 2.2 Moves up, down, left or right by pressing the corresponding area of the pad. Navigation Pad Selects by pressing in the center. Section 2.2 Back Button Goes back to the previous screen. Section 2.2 Charge Indicator Glows in amber to indicate that battery charging is in progress and in green when the battery is fully charged. Section 1.2 Home button Destination button Zoom in button ] Hardware Buttons Zoom out button Section 2.2 ^ Speaker Sends out music, sounds and voice. 7
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Back Components Ref Component Description See Also ON/OFF Switch Controls the main power switch. Section 1.1 Car Antenna Connector Inside the rubber cover is a connector for connecting a GPS car antenna (optional) so that the antenna can be positioned on top of the car for better signal reception. 8
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Left-Side Components Ref Component Description See Also Volume Control Adjusts the volume level of your device. Section 2.2 Power Button Turns on and off the device. Section 2.1 Right-Side Components Ref Component Description See Also Stylus Tap on the touch screen to make selections and enter information. Pull the stylus out of its slot to use and store it in the slot when not in use. Section 2.2 Headphone Connector Connects to a pair of stereo headphones. Reset Button Restarts your device. Section 7.1 9
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Top Components Ref Component Description See Also GPS Receiver Receives signals from the GPS satellites overhead. Make sure that it has a clear view of the sky. SD/MMC Slot Accepts a SD (Secure Digital) or MMC (MultiMediaCard) card for accessing data such as maps and MP3 music. NOTE: For Mio 268, the Mio Map card is required for GPS operation. Section 2.3 Bottom Components Ref Component Description See Also Power Connector Connects to the AC adapter. Section 1.2 Mini-USB Connector Connects to your computer for data transfer. Chapter 5 10
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2 Basic Skills This chapter familiarizes you with the basic operations of your device such as using the stylus, navigation pad, and the volume control. 2.1 Turning On and Off Your Device The on and off of your device is controlled by the Power button on the left side of your device. When it is off, your device enters a suspend state and the system stops operating. Once you turn on the power again, your device resumes the operation. Home Screen The first time you turn on your device, the Home screen appears as shown below. There are four buttons on the Home screen including: Navigator, Music, Tool and Setting. Each button represents a function or feature. For using a function, just tap the corresponding button to access the function you need. X Y Z [ 11
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NOTE: For Mio 268, when using the Navigation program for the first time, you need to insert the storage card supplied with your device. Ref Button Name Description See Also X Navigator Starts the navigation program. NOTE for Mio 268: Keep the Mio Map card in the slot when using the navigation program. Mio Map User’s Manual Y Music Allows you to play the MP3 music. Chapter 4 Z Tool Allows you to use Contacts if you have installed the programs from the Application CD. NOTE: The Contacts button is dimmed if the programs are not installed. Chapter 6 and Chapter 7 [ Setting Allows you to customize the system settings for your personal needs. Chapter 3 2.2 Operating Your Device You use the hardware buttons and/or the stylus to operate your device. Using Hardware Buttons Button Name Description See Also Mute Toggles mute on and off. Back Goes back to the previous screen. Not in Navigator: Returns to the Home screen. Section 2.1 Home In Navigator: Opens the Setting menu of the navigator program. - or - Navigates to your home address if you have set up the home address. Mio Map User’s Manual 12
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Destination Goes back to the Navigation main screen when using the Navigation program. Zoom In Increases the map scale. Zoom Out Decreases the map scale. Mio Map User’s Manual Using the Navigation Pad With the navigation pad, you can move up, down, left and right within a menu. To move in a direction, simply press the corresponding area on the button. To activate the selected item, press the center of the button. Up Right Left Down Using the Remote Control (For Mio 269 Only) For Mio 269, a remote control is supplied with your device. The buttons on the remote control correspond to the buttons on the device. Refer to the Hardware buttons chart mentioned earlier for the descriptions of each button. This button is reserved for future use. 13
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Using the Volume Control The system provides you with 0~10 volume levels (from mute to the maximum). When you use the volume control on the left side of the device to adjust volume, bar(s) will appear on the screen to indicate the current volume level. To increase the volume Rotate the volume control upward and then release. Each rotating and releasing increases one volume level. To decrease the volume Rotate the volume control downward and then release. Each rotating and releasing decreases one volume level. Up Down Using the Stylus The stylus is your input device. You use it to navigate and select objects on the screen. Pull the stylus out of the slot and extend it for ease of use. Store it in the slot when not in use. 14
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You can use the stylus to do the following actions: Tap Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items or select options. Drag Hold the stylus on the screen and drag up/down/left/right or across the screen. Tap and hold Tap and hold the stylus on an item to see a list of actions available for that item. On the pop-up menu that appears, tap the action you want to perform. 2.3 Using a SD/MMC Card Your device has a SD/MMC slot where you can insert an optional Secure Digital or MultiMediaCard storage card. For Mio 268, a storage card called Mio Map is supplied to you for the purpose of initial startup and storing map and other data i.e. MP3 files. (For Mio 269, all the data have been stored on your device hard drive. Thus, you can operate your device without a card.) NOTE: Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot. Keep a SD or MMC card in a well-protected box to avoid dust and humidity when you are not using it. To use a SD/MMC card, insert it into the slot, with the connector pointing to the slot and its label facing the front of the device. 15
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To remove a card, first make sure that no application is accessing the card, then slightly push the top edge of the card to release it and pull it out of the slot. 16
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3 System Settings Your device initially has its default settings. You can customize the settings to suit your personal needs. Once you change the settings, the settings will remain till the next changes. 3.1 Using System Settings To open the Settings screen, tap the Setting button on the Home screen. The Settings screen containing seven buttons will appear as shown below. The following sections describe these seven buttons. 17
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3.2 Backlight 1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen to open the Settings screen. 2. Tap the Backlight button on the Settings screen. 3. Move the slider along the track bar for the adjustment. To darken the screen, move the slider to the left. To lighten the screen, move the slider to the right. 18
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4. Tap the button to save the changes and go back to the Settings screen. 3.3 Volume 1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen. 2. Tap the Volume button on the Settings screen. 3. Move the slider along the track bar for the adjustment. To turn down the volume, move the slider to the left. To turn up the volume, move the slider to the right. 19
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4. Tap the button to save the changes and go back to the Settings screen. 3.4 Screen You can adjust the touch screen if it is not responding accurately to your stylus taps. 1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen. 2. Tap the Screen button. 3. Tap to start the calibration. 20
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4. Tap and hold the center of the target. 5. When the target moves to another position, tap and hold again. Repeat the same step to complete the adjustment. 6. Once the calibration is complete, the message “Calibration succeeded!” will appear. Tap button to return to the Settings screen. 3.5 Power To check the remaining power level of your battery: 1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen. 2. Tap the Power button. 21
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3. The Power screen will appear showing the remaining power of your battery. You can also set up a timer for your device to automatically turn off the device when being idle for a set period of time. The options are Never, 30 minutes, 20 minutes, and 10 minutes. NOTE: If the level of power is too low, be sure to charge the battery with the AC adapter or the car charger. 4. Tap the button to save changes and go back to the Settings screen. 22
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3.6 Date&Time To set the date and time: 1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen. 2. Tap the Date&Time button. 3. Tap the Time Zone box and tap the left or right arrow to select your time zone. 4. Tap the down arrow next to the Date box to set the date. A calendar will pop up showing day, month and year. Tap the left arrow to go to the earlier month and year or tap the right arrow to select the later month and year. 23
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You can also tap the left arrow and right arrow button on top of the calendar to change the month and year. Then tap the date on the calendar. 5. To set the time, tap the up arrow to increase the value and tap the down arrow to decrease the value. 6. Tap the button to save changes and go back to the Settings screen. 3.7 Switch Language NOTE: If your device supports only one language, you cannot use this switch language feature. To change the system language and voice language: 1. Tap the Setting button on the Home screen. 2. Tap the Switch Language button. 24
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3. If your device supports multi-languages, tap the left or right arrow to select the system language. NOTE: The available language options depend on your region of purchase. 4. Tap the button to save changes and go back to the Settings screen. 3.8 Back The Back button brings you back to the Home screen. 25
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4 MP3 Player This chapter tells you how to play MP3 files on your device. 4.1 Starting and Exiting MP3 Player The MP3 Player program turns your device into an MP3 player. It features: Playback of MP3 and wav files Basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, next and previous Equalizer settings with 17 presets Ways of playback including single playback, repeat, single repeat, sampling playback, normal sequence and random sequence. Play list support Tap the Music button on the Home screen to switch to the program. The control panel will appear on the screen where you can easily control the MP3 player by tapping the control buttons. 27
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To exit the program, just tap on the right toolbar. 4.2 Preparing the MP3 Files for You Device Before you can play MP3 files, you need to have the files ready on a storage card (for Mio 268/Mio 269) or the device hard drive (for Mio 269). A tool called “MP3 Assistant” is supplied for you to easily copy MP3 files from your computer to the correct location. (See Section 5.3 for instructions.) 4.3 Playing MP3 Files 1. Tap the Music button on the Home screen to switch to the program. 28
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2. The program will search for MP3 files in the storage card (Mio 268/Mio 269) or device hard drive (Mio 269). When MP3 files are detected, they will be added to the play list. NOTE: You can create your own play list for future playback. (See Section 4.4 for more information.) 3. To start the playback, tap . To control the playback, use the control buttons as described later. 4. To exit the program, tap at the bottom of the toolbar. You will return to the Home screen. MP3 Playback Control You can control the MP3 Player via control buttons. See the table below for details: Control Button Name Description or Play/Pause Plays or pauses the playback. Stop Stops the playback. or Previous/ Next Moves to the previous or next file. 29
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or Volume Increases or decreases the volume. The indicator on the upper right corner of the panel will show the current volume level. Playback Mode* Switches among the following modes: Repeat the current file Repeat all (Default) Single playback Sampling playback Sequence* Normal sequence (Default) Random sequence Open Play List Opens play list. (See Section 4.4 for more information.) Equalizer Opens or closes the equalizer panel. (See Section 4.5 for more information.) Help Introduces the function and operation of each icon. Tap an icon and a line of function description for that icon appears at the bottom of the screen. Close MP3 Player Quits the program and returns to the Home screen. * Table Note: When you restart the MP3 Player, both playback mode and sequence will return to its default settings. 30
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4.4 Using the Play Lists By default the system will automatically load all MP3 files in the play list. You can also create your own play lists for future use. Creating a Play List 1. After starting MP3 Player, tap on the right toolbar. 2. To add a song in the play list, tap the Add Song button at the bottom of the screen. A screen appears displaying all the MP3 files. Tap the song you wish to add and then tap Add Song. 3. Repeat the same procedure for the other songs to be added. 31
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4. To save the play list, tap the Save Playlist button at the bottom of the screen and then Yes. 5. To return to the control panel, tap on the right toolbar. Opening a Play List To open one of the play lists that you have created: 1. After starting MP3 Player, tap on the right toolbar. 2. Tap the Load button at the bottom of the screen. 3. Tap the play list you want to open and tap Load. Managing Your Play Lists When you have opened a play list, you can edit or remove the list. To remove a song from the list: Tap the song and then tap the Delete Song button at the bottom of the screen. To remove all songs from the list: Tap the Delete All button on the right toolbar. 32
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To delete a play list: Tap the Load button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the play list you wish to delete and then tap Delete. 4.5 Equalizer The MP3 Player provides 17 presets for various music effects. Tap to open the equalizer panel and tap left button and right button to access the option list. Available options are Default, blues, classical, club, dance, full bass, full bass & treble, full treble, dance hall, live, party, pop, reggae, rock, ska, soft, classic rock and techno. You can also manually adjust the equalizer by using your stylus to tap and hold a frequency slider and then move it up and down for the frequency adjustment. To close the equalizer panel and return to control panel, tap on the right toolbar. To end the program, tap at the bottom of the toolbar. You will return to the Home screen. 33
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5 Mio Transfer This chapter tells you how to use Mio Transfer to transfer data such as MP3 files or Contacts information from your computer to your device and recover the map data and navigation software to your device. 5.1 Installing Mio Transfer Mio Transfer is an application to be installed on your computer. Follow this procedure to install the program: 1. Turn on your computer and insert the Application CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. 2. When the auto run screen appears, tap the Install button in the Install Mio Transfer section. (If the auto run screen does not appear, double click the AutoRun.exe file on the CD.) 35
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3. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation. 5.2 Starting Mio Transfer On Windows desktop, click Start Programs Mio Transfer. The Mio Transfer screen appears. Mio Transfer provides five tabs, including: Function Explain provides you a brief introduction of this Mio Transfer. MP3 Assistant allows you to transfer the MP3 files between your device and your computer. (See Section 5.3 for details.) ESync allows you to transfer the contacts data from your computer to your device. (See Section 5.4 for details.) Recover allows you to recover the map data and the navigation software if the data is lost or damaged. (See Section 5.5 for details.) 36
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Mio Online provides the link to the Mio website. 5.3 Using MP3 Assistant Copying MP3 Files to Your Device Use MP3 Assistant to copy MP3 files to the appropriate location on the device hard drive (for Mio269) or a storage card so that the MP3 Player program can detect and play the MP3 files. (For information on MP3 Player, see Chapter 4.) 1. For Mio 268: Insert a storage card into your device. For Mio 269: Insert a storage card only if you want to copy MP3 files to the card. Otherwise, files will be copied to the device hard drive. 2. Turn on your computer and your device. 3. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and the other end to a USB port on your computer. 4. Start Mio Transfer by clicking Start Programs Mio Transfer on your computer. The Mio Transfer screen appears. 5. Click MP3 Assistant on the top menu bar. All the drives on your computer will appear on the left column. 37
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6. For Mio 269 Only: Select your target by clicking the HDD (device hard drive) or SD (storage card) icon. 7. Select the folder where your MP3 files are stored from the left column. Select the MP3 file you want to copy and tap . The selected file will be copied to the target device. These buttons appear only for Mio 269 NOTE: It is recommended that you use MP3 Assistant to copy MP3 files because it automatically creates the folder (\ApplicationData\mp3\) during the process. If you are using other means rather than the MP3 Assistant, be sure to create the folder \ApplicationData\mp3\ on your target device and copy the MP3 files under this folder. Otherwise, MP3 Player cannot detect the MP3 files. You can also copy the MP3 files from your device to your computer by selecting the file from the right column and click . 38
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Managing Your MP3 Files On top of the MP3 Assistant screen, there are three buttons available for you to manage the MP3 files: Rename changes the name of the selected file. Delete removes the selected file. CAUTION: Be discrete when you delete files. Deleting files of which the function is unknown can cause programs or features to malfunction. Cancel aborts the ongoing action of MP3 transferring. 5.4 Using ESync ESync allows you to transfer the Contacts data from your computer to your device. (For information on Contacts, see Chapter 6.) NOTE: ESync is used to copy data from your computer to your device. You cannot use it the other way around. ESync is not a synchronizing tool. 1. Turn on your computer and your device. 2. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and the other end to a USB port on your computer. 39
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3. Start Mio Transfer by clicking Start Programs Mio Transfer on your computer. The Mio Transfer screen appears. 4. Click ESync on the top menu bar. 5. Then click Apply. 40
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5.5 Using Recover Recover allows you to recover map data and the navigation software if any on your storage card (Mio 269) or in the device hard drive (Mio 269) is lost or damaged. NOTE: As all the existing data will be erased from the storage card during the recovering process, back up the files on your storage card to your computer before starting the recovering. If the recovering process is interrupted, be sure to start the whole recovering process all over again. 1. Turn on your computer and your device 2. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and the other end to a USB port on your computer. 3. Start Mio Transfer by clicking Start Programs Mio Transfer on your computer. The Mio Transfer screen appears. 4. Click Recover on the top menu bar. 5. Insert the Mio Map CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. 6. Click Start to start the recovering process. 41
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7. For Mio 269 only: Insert the next Mio Map CD when prompted. 8. When the recovering process is complete, reset your device. (Refer to Section 7.1 for more information.) 42
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43 6 Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues This chapter tells you how to use Contacts, an optional program for viewing and managing your contacts information. 6.1 Installing the Contacts Program You can install the Contacts program to your device if you want to view and manage contacts on your device. NOTE: Once you install Contacts, you cannot remove it from the system, meaning the program will always occupy the memory space. 1. Turn on your computer and your device. 2. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the bottom of your device and the other end to a USB port on your computer. 3. Insert the Application CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. The auto run screen appears. Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues
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4. Click the Install button in the Install Contacts section. 5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation. 6. If you have created Microsoft Contacts information on your computer, you can copy the information to your device. This saves you the trouble of entering the information all over again. (See Section 5.4 for information.) 6.2 Starting and Exiting Contacts To start Contacts, tap Tool on the Home screen and tap Contacts. You will see the program screen appears. 44
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Tap one of the alphabet sets to quickly find your contacts. Tap to display a summary screen of a contact. Tap and hold to display a pop-up menu of actions. Tap to return to the Home screen. NOTE: To display the summary screen of a contact, you can also tap File (top toolbar) Open. To exit the program, tap on the top right corner of the screen or tap File (top toolbar) Exit. 6.3 Creating a Contact 1. After starting Contacts, tap File (top toolbar) New. 2. Use the Input panel to enter the name and other contact information. You will need to scroll down to see all available fields. 3. Tap on the top right corner of the screen to return to the contact list. Scroll to see more fields. Tap the Input Panel buttons to enter text and numbers. Tap to return to the contact list (the contact is saved automatically). 45
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