DigiWalker C720T manual
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User’s Manual
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R02 (USA) Trademarks The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Disclaimer Specifications and manuals are subject to change without notice. Mio Technology assumes no liability for damage incurred directly or indirectly from errors, omissions, or discrepancies between the device and the manuals.
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i Table of Contents Precautions and Notices ......................................................................vii 1 Getting Started..................................................................................1 1.1 Understanding Hardware Components................................................ 1 Front Components ............................................................................... 1 Back Components................................................................................ 2 Left-Side Components ......................................................................... 3 Top Components.................................................................................. 3 Bottom Components ............................................................................ 4 1.2 Performing the Initial Start Up.............................................................. 4 1.3 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery............................. 6 1.4 Charging the Battery via the USB Cable.............................................. 7 1.5 Using Your Device in a Vehicle............................................................ 8 Using the Cradle .................................................................................. 8 Connecting the Car Charger ................................................................ 8 Connecting the TMC Antenna.............................................................. 9 1.6 Operating Basics................................................................................ 10 Turning On and Off ............................................................................ 10 Navigating on the Screen................................................................... 10 Home Screen ..................................................................................... 11 Using the Soft Keyboard .................................................................... 12 1.7 Inserting a SD/SDHC/MMC Card....................................................... 14 2 Videos..............................................................................................15 2.1 Starting and Exiting Videos................................................................ 15 2.2 Preparing the Video Files for Your Device......................................... 16 2.3 Playing Video Clips ............................................................................ 17 2.4 Video Playback Controls.................................................................... 18 3 Audio................................................................................................19 3.1 Starting and Exiting Audio.................................................................. 19 3.2 Preparing the Audio Files for Your Device......................................... 20
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ii 3.3 Playing Audio Files............................................................................. 21 3.4 Playback Controls .............................................................................. 22 3.5 Displaying Lyrics ................................................................................ 23 Preparing the Lyrics Files for your Device ......................................... 23 Playing Songs with Lyrics .................................................................. 23 3.6 Using the Play Lists............................................................................ 24 Creating a Play List............................................................................ 24 Opening a Play List............................................................................ 25 3.7 Equalizer ............................................................................................ 26 3.8 Settings .............................................................................................. 27 4 Pictures............................................................................................29 4.1 Starting and Exiting Pictures.............................................................. 29 4.2 Preparing the Pictures for Your Device.............................................. 30 4.3 Viewing Pictures in Thumbnail View .................................................. 30 4.4 Viewing a Picture in Full Screen ........................................................ 31 4.5 On-Screen Control Buttons................................................................ 31 4.6 Viewing the Slideshow ....................................................................... 33 5 Camera.............................................................................................35 5.1 Starting and Exiting Camera .............................................................. 35 5.2 Taking a Photo ................................................................................... 36 Camera Screen Elements.................................................................. 38 5.3 Using the Special Camera Functions................................................. 40 Using the Continuous Shot Function ................................................. 40 Using the Timer.................................................................................. 40 Storing Geographic Coordinates........................................................ 41 5.4 Camera Settings ................................................................................ 42 5.5 Recording Videos............................................................................... 43 Video Screen Elements...................................................................... 44 5.6 Video Settings .................................................................................... 45 5.7 View Mode.......................................................................................... 46 Editing Photos .................................................................................... 48 6 Contacts ..........................................................................................51 6.1 Starting and Exiting Contacts............................................................. 51 6.2 Using the Contacts List ...................................................................... 52 6.3 Using the Summary Screen ............................................................... 53 6.4 Navigating to a Contact’s Address..................................................... 53 6.5 Making a Phone Call to a Contact ..................................................... 54 6.6 Managing Contacts ............................................................................ 55 Adding a Contact................................................................................ 55 Editing a Contact................................................................................ 57
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iii Deleting a Contact.............................................................................. 57 7 Bluetooth.........................................................................................59 7.1 About Bluetooth Profiles..................................................................... 59 7.2 Connecting a Bluetooth Mobile Phone............................................... 60 Connecting a Mobile Phone for the First Time................................... 60 Connecting a Different Mobile Phone ................................................ 63 Using the Mobile Phone Shortcut....................................................... 63 Disconnecting the Mobile Phone........................................................ 64 7.3 Phone Operations .............................................................................. 64 Placing a Call ..................................................................................... 64 Receiving a Call ................................................................................. 67 Operations during a Call .................................................................... 68 7.4 Connecting a Bluetooth Headset ....................................................... 69 Connecting a Headset for the First Time ........................................... 69 Connecting a Different Headset......................................................... 71 Using the Headset Shortcut ............................................................... 71 Disconnecting the Headset ................................................................ 72 8 Card Scanner ..................................................................................73 8.1 Starting and Exiting Card Scanner..................................................... 73 8.2 Using the Card Scanner..................................................................... 74 8.3 Manually Scanning a Specific Area ................................................... 77 8.4 Adding Card Information .................................................................... 78 9 Calculator ........................................................................................81 9.1 Starting and Exiting Calculator........................................................... 81 9.2 Using the Calculator Mode................................................................. 82 Calculator Memory............................................................................. 83 9.3 Using the Currency Mode .................................................................. 83 Editing Exchange Rate....................................................................... 85 9.4 Using the Conversion Mode............................................................... 86 10 File Manager....................................................................................89 10.1 Starting and Exiting File Manager...................................................... 89 10.2 Transferring Files ............................................................................... 90 From the Storage Card to Your Device.............................................. 90 From Your Device to the Storage Card.............................................. 92 10.3 Managing Folders and Files............................................................... 92 11 Settings............................................................................................93 11.1 Starting and Exiting Settings.............................................................. 93
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iv 11.2 Backlight............................................................................................. 94 11.3 Volume ............................................................................................... 95 11.4 Screen................................................................................................ 96 11.5 Power ................................................................................................. 97 11.6 Date/Time........................................................................................... 98 11.7 Language ......................................................................................... 100 11.8 Bluetooth .......................................................................................... 101 BT Preferences ................................................................................ 102 Auto-answer Preferences................................................................. 102 Delete Preferences .......................................................................... 103 11.9 Restore............................................................................................. 103 12 MioTransfer ...................................................................................105 12.1 Installing MioTransfer....................................................................... 105 12.2 Starting and Exiting MioTransfer...................................................... 106 12.3 Copying Multimedia Files to Your Device ........................................ 107 Managing Files................................................................................. 109 12.4 Copying Contacts Information to Your Device................................. 109 13 Video ToolBox...............................................................................111 13.1 About Video ToolBox ....................................................................... 111 13.2 Installing Video ToolBox................................................................... 111 13.3 User Interface................................................................................... 112 13.4 Four Steps to Create a Video File.................................................... 113 Step 1: Determine Video Output Setting.......................................... 113 Step 2: Add/Edit Media Clip ............................................................. 113 Step 3: Choose Style ....................................................................... 114 Step 4: Create Video File................................................................. 115 13.5 Editing Video Clips........................................................................... 116 Trimming a Clip ................................................................................ 117 Trimming a Video into Multiple Clips................................................ 118 13.6 Creating an Image Slideshow .......................................................... 120 13.7 Choosing a Style .............................................................................. 121 Selecting a Movie Style.................................................................... 121 Changing the Transition Effect......................................................... 122 Editing Text ...................................................................................... 122 Change the Background Music........................................................ 123 14 POI Loader.....................................................................................125 14.1 Installing POI Loader........................................................................ 125 14.2 Preparing the Source Files............................................................... 125 Excel File Format Example .............................................................. 126 CSV File Format Example................................................................ 126
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v 14.3 Importing POIs ................................................................................. 126 Using the Imported POIs with Your Device...................................... 128 15 Troubleshooting and Maintenance .............................................129 15.1 Restart and Shut Down.................................................................... 129 Restarting Your Device .................................................................... 129 Shutting Down Your Device ............................................................. 129 15.2 Troubleshooting ............................................................................... 130 Power Problems............................................................................... 130 Screen Problems.............................................................................. 130 Connection Problems....................................................................... 130 GPS Problems.................................................................................. 131 15.3 Maintaining Your Device .................................................................. 131 16 Regulatory Information ................................................................133 16.1 Regulations Statements................................................................... 133 Class B Regulations......................................................................... 133 Bluetooth .......................................................................................... 135 16.2 Safety Precautions........................................................................... 135 About Charging ................................................................................ 135 About the AC Adapter ...................................................................... 135 About the Battery ............................................................................. 136
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vii Precautions and Notices z For your own safety, do not operate the controls of the product while driving. z Use this product prudently. The product is intended for use solely as a navigation aid. It is not for precise measurement of direction, distance, location or topography. z The calculated route is for reference only. It is the user’s responsibility to follow the traffic signs and local regulations along the roads. z When you get out of the car, do not leave your device on the dashboard subjected to direct sunlight. Overheating of the battery can cause malfunction and/or danger. z 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. z GPS satellite signals do not typically pass through solid materials such as brick, concrete, or lead-coated safety glass. When inside a tunnel, building or under-ground parking structures, GPS positioning will not typically be available. z A minimum of 4 GPS satellite signals are typically needed to determine your GPS position. Signal reception can be affected by dense overhead structures, severe weather, geographic location or time of day. z Other wireless devices in the vehicle might interfere with the reception of satellite signals and cause the reception to be unstable. z Your GPS device is always tracking your location (you are the green arrow) when the navigation software is running and GPS signal is available. Your GPS device is not designed to broadcast its location; therefore it can not be tracked by anyone else.
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viii z A device holder is needed when using the device in a car. Be sure that you place the device in an appropriate place, so as not to obstruct the driver’s view, or deployment of airbags. Do not mount where the driver’s field of vision is blocked. Do not place unsecured on the dashboard. Do not mount in front of airbag panels. Do not mount in front of an airbag field of deployment.
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1 1 Getting Started 1.1 Understanding Hardware Components NOTE: Depending upon the specific model purchased, the color of your device may not exactly match the device shown in this manual. Front Components Ref Component Description n GPS Antenna Receives signals from the GPS satellites overhead. o Bluetooth Indicator Flashes in blue to indicate that Bluetooth is on. p Charge Indicator Glows bright amber to indicate that the battery is charging, and turns green when the battery is fully charged. q Microphone For Bluetooth hands-free calling. r Touch Screen Displays the output of your device. Tap the screen with your fingertip to select menu commands or enter information.
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2 Back Components Ref Component Description n External GPS Antenna Connector This connector (under rubber dust cover) allows use of an optional external GPS antenna with magnetic mount, which may be positioned on top of the car for better signal reception in areas with poor reception. o Viewing Mirror Lets you see your own reflection in the small mirror when taking photos of yourself. p Camera Lens Takes photos or records videos. q Speaker Sends out music, sounds and voice.
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3 Left-Side Components Ref Component Description n SD/SDHC/MMC Slot Accepts a SD (Secure Digital), SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity), or MMC (MultiMediaCard) card for accessing data such as MP3 music. o Headphone Connector Connects to 2.5mm stereo headphones. Top Components Ref Component Description n Power Button Turns on and off the device. (You will get different results depending on the amount of time you hold down this button. See Sections 1.6 and 15.1 for information.) Starts the Camera program. (This button function is disabled when using MioMap.) o Camera Button Serves as the shutter release button when using the Camera program. Auto-focus can be achieved by holding down the button half way.
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4 Bottom Components Ref Component Description n Mini-USB Connector Connects to the charger or USB cable. o Cradle Connector Connects to the cradle. 1.2 Performing the Initial Start Up 1. For the initial start up, press the power button for 5 seconds to turn on your device. NOTE: For normal operation, briefly press the power button to turn on and off your device. 2. Your device turns on. Immediately charge your device as described in the next section. 3. The “Switch Language” screen appears. Tap the arrow button to select the desired language. Then, tap the button.
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5 4. The “Date/Time” screen appears. Tap the appropriate arrow button to select the time zone, date, and time. Then, tap the button. 5. The Home screen appears. You can now use your device.
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6 1.3 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery When charging the battery for the very first time, you should charge it for at least 8 hours. 1. Slide and click the connector converter onto the AC adapter. 2. Connect the adapter cable to the bottom of your device. 3. Plug the AC adapter into a wall outlet. 4. The charge indicator glows amber when charging is in progress. Do not disconnect your device from AC power until the battery is fully charged, the charge indicator will turn green. This will take a couple of hours. NOTE: z Do not immediately turn on your device after connecting the AC adapter to charge a power-depleted battery. If you need to turn on the device again, wait for at least one minute. z Depending on your region of purchase, the connector converter may not look exactly the same as the picture shown. CAUTION: For optimal performance of the lithium battery: z Do not charge the battery where the temperature is high (e.g. in direct sunlight). z There is no need to fully discharge the battery before charging. You can charge the battery before it is discharged. z When storing the product for a long period of time, be sure to fully charge the battery at least once every two weeks. Over discharge of the battery can affect the charging performance.
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7 1.4 Charging the Battery via the USB Cable 1. Turn on the computer. 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. If your device is on, the screen as shown below appears. Whenever your device is connected to a computer, you will not be able to use it. NOTE: z When the device is connected to a computer, it is recognized as an external mass storage device. Do not delete any files pre-installed in the device. Deleting files of which the function is unknown can cause programs or features to malfunction. z If you intend to charge your device in this way, turn off your device so that it takes less time to charge the battery.
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8 1.5 Using Your Device in a Vehicle CAUTION: z Select an appropriate location for mounting the device in a vehicle. Never place the device where the driver’s field of vision is blocked. Make sure that the GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky. z If the car’s windshield is tinted with a reflective coating, an external antenna (optional) may be needed to route the antenna to the top of the vehicle through a window. When closing the window, be careful not to pinch the antenna cable. Using the Cradle Use the cradle and the stand to fix your device in a vehicle. Connecting the Car Charger The car charger supplies power and charges your device at the same time. If the battery is fully charged, you can use the battery power without connecting the charger. If you don’t want to drain the battery power, you can keep the car charger connected while in a vehicle. CAUTION: To protect your device against sudden surges in current, connect the car charger only after the car engine has been started. GPS antenna
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9 1. Connect one end of the car charger to the power connector of the cradle. 2. Connect the other end to the cigarette lighter in the car to power and charge your device. Connecting the TMC Antenna A TMC antenna is provided with your cradle. You must attach the antenna to the back of the TMC cradle in order to receive real-time driving traffic information. CAUTION: Keep the antenna cord fairly straight (not curled or bent) for best reception. TMC information is monitored by the navigation software. Once the information is received, you can view it on your device and traffic icons will appear in the map view. Certain roads with reported traffic will be highlighted and you can choose to avoid those roads and an alternate route will be automatically calculated. (See the navigation software manual for detailed information.)
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10 1.6 Operating Basics Turning On and Off For normal operation, turn off the device by briefly pressing the power button. The device enters a suspended state. When you next briefly press the power button, the system resumes. You will either be back to where you left off or see the Home screen. NOTE: z The screen you see after resuming depends on the program you were using when you suspended the device. Some programs will be closed when you suspend the device, meaning you can only see the Home screen after resuming. z Pressing the power button for a longer duration has a different effect. See Section 15.1 for more information. Navigating on the Screen To operate your device, touch the screen with your fingertip. You can perform the following actions:
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11 z Tap Touch the screen once with your fingertip to open items or select onscreen buttons or options. z Drag Hold your fingertip on the screen and drag up/down/left/right or across the screen. (Not all programs support this operation.) z Tap and hold Tap and hold your fingertip until an action is complete, or a result or menu is shown. (Not all programs support this operation.) Home Screen The first time you initialize your device, the Home screen appears. The Home screen is your starting place for various tasks. Tap a button to start a program or open another menu. When you exit a program, you are back to the Home screen. No. Button Name Description For Detailed Information n MioMap Starts the navigation software. See the MioMap manual Videos plays video files. Chapter 2 Audio plays audio files. Chapter 3 o MioPlayer Pro Pictures displays picture files. Chapter 4 p Camera Take photos or record videos. Chapter 5 q Contacts Keeps a list of names, addresses, and phone numbers. Chapter 6 n o p q r s t u
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12 No. Button Name Description For Detailed Information r Mobile Phone Searches for Bluetooth mobile phones for a connection. Chapter 7 s Stereo Searches for Bluetooth headsets or car stereos for a connection. Chapter 7 Card Scanner allows you to scan and recognize business cards for storing contacts information. Chapter 8 Calculator provides basic arithmetic, currency conversion, and measure conversion functions. Chapter 9 t Tools File Manager transfers multimedia files between a storage card and the device’s flash memory. Chapter 10 u Settings Customizes the system settings. Chapter 11 Using the Soft Keyboard There are occasions when you input text or numbers to your device. For example, you have to enter names, addresses, and phone numbers in the Contacts program. On such occasions, the soft keyboard as shown below will appear on the screen. Depending on the current operation, either the alphabet keypad or the number/symbol keypad appears. Alphabet Keypad Backspace Enable umlaut. Switch to the number/symbol keypad. Spacebar Switch to lower case or upper case.
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13 Number/symbol Keypad When you tap to enable umlaut, you can tap a vowel letter repeatedly to input a different form of the letter. Alternatively, you can tap the letter in the pop-up window as shown below. After you complete an input, tap . Switch to the alphabet keypad. Umlaut enabled. Tap the button again to disable it. “Umlaut” means letters with diacritical marks.
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14 1.7 Inserting a SD/SDHC/MMC Card Your device has a storage card slot where you can insert an SD, SDHC, or MMC storage card. To use a storage card, insert it into the slot, with the connector pointing to the slot and its label facing the front of the device. 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. NOTE: Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot.
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15 2 Videos 2.1 Starting and Exiting Videos CAUTION: DO NOT view videos while driving. It may be illegal in your state for a display showing a video to be in view of the driver. Videos allows you to watch the video clips on your device. (See later section for the formats that your device supports.) Tap MioPlayer Pro on the Home screen and then tap Videos to start the program. ↓
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16 To exit the program, tap . 2.2 Preparing the Video Files for Your Device Before using the program, have the files ready on either your device’s My Flash Disk\ My Videos folder or on a storage card. Note that your device only supports video files in the following formats: Formats Video Codec Audio Codec MP4 (.mp4) MPEG4 AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ MP4 (.mp4) H.263 AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ MP4 (.mp4) MPEG4 AMR-NB MP4 (.mp4) H.263 AMR-NB QuickTime Movie (.mov) MPEG4 AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ QuickTime Movie (.mov) H.263 AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ AVI (.avi) MPEG4 ADPCM AVI (.avi) DivX MP3 3GP(.3gp) MPEG4 AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ 3GP(.3gp) H.263 AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ 3GP(.3gp) MPEG4 AMR-NB 3GP(.3gp) H.263 AMR-NB ASF(.asf) MPEG4 ADPCM WMV (.wmv) WMV WMA NOTE: AVI supports only DivX 4 and DivX 5 playback. Use Video ToolBox supplied with your device to convert video files to the format supported by your device. (See Chapter 13 for information.) A tool called Mio Transfer is supplied for you to easily copy the files from your computer to the correct location. (See Section 12.3 for information.)
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17 2.3 Playing Video Clips 1. If your files are in a storage card, insert the card into your device. 2. Tap MioPlayer Pro on the Home screen and then tap Videos to start the program. 3. The program will search the matching files in the specific folder on your device and in all folders on a storage card. It then displays the video file list. NOTE: The file information such as the length of the video and file size is displayed together with the file name. 4. To play a video file, tap in front of the filename. Or, you can tap the filename and tap . (See the next section for descriptions of the onscreen control buttons.) Play the selected file. The change of color indicates the file is selected. Exit Delete the selected file. Indicate the format of the video file. Selected file/ Total number of files.
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18 2.4 Video Playback Controls During the playback, tap anywhere on the screen to open or close the onscreen control buttons. When the control buttons are closed, the video shows in full screen. Control Button Name Description / Play/Pause Play or pause the playback. Stop Stop the playback. Fast forward the video. Tap the button to switch to the next speed. Fast Forward Æ Æ Switch to the next mode: Single playback. Playback Mode Repeated playback. / Backlight Increase or decrease the video backlight. The indicator at the bottom shows the current brightness level. / Volume Increase or decrease the volume. The indicator at the bottom shows the current volume level. Exit Stop the video playback and return to the video list screen. Back You can drag the knob or tap a point in the track bar to move to a different location for the playback.
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19 3 Audio 3.1 Starting and Exiting Audio Audio features: z Playback of MP3/WAV/WMA files z Basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, next and previous z Playback includes single selection playback, repeat, single repeat, sampling playback, normal sequence and random sequence. z 11 preset equalizer audio profiles z Play list support z Background playback z Lyrics display Tap MioPlayer Pro on the Home screen and then tap Audio to start the program. ↓
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20 The control panel appears on the screen where you can easily control the player by tapping the control buttons. To exit the program, tap . 3.2 Preparing the Audio Files for Your Device Before using the program, have the files (.mp3, .wav, or .wma) ready on either your device’s My Flash Disk\My Audio folder or on a storage card. A tool called MioTransfer is supplied for you to easily copy the files from your computer to the correct location. (See section 12.3 for information.)
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21 3.3 Playing Audio Files 1. If your files are in a storage card, insert the card into your device. 2. Tap Audio on the Home screen to start the program. 3. The program will search for the supported audio files in your device and in the storage card. When files are detected, they will be added to the play list. NOTE: You can create your own play lists for future playback. (See section 3.6 for details.) 4. To start the playback, tap . To control the playback, use the control buttons as described later. The information area displays the current status including the play/pause/stop status, the elapsed time, the power status, the playback mode, the volume level, and the properties of the current song such as the artist (if available with the file), filename, total length, and stereo/mono information. NOTE: z During the playback, the screen will automatically blank out if you haven’t tapped the screen within the preset time (30 seconds by default).The screen will restore when you press the power button or when the playback of the current play list has ended. z If the total length of a song exceeds 99 minutes and 59 seconds, the information area cannot correctly display the length because the maximum number allowed is 99:59. However, the playback of the song is not affected.
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22 3.4 Playback Controls Control Button Name Description / Play/Pause Plays or pauses the playback. Stop Stops the playback. / Previous/ Next Plays the previous or next file. / Volume Increase or decrease the volume. The indicator on the panel shows the current volume level. Track Bar You can tap on a point along the track bar to move directly to a different location for the playback. Playback Mode Switches to the next mode: Repeated playback of the current file. Repeated playback of all files in the current play list in sequence. Playback of all files in the current play list in random order. Sampling (10 seconds) playback of all files in the current play list in random order. Playback of all files in the current play list in sequence. Lyrics Opens the lyrics display. Available only if the current song is with lyrics. (See Section 3.5 for more information.) Minimize Minimizes the control panel and play the music in the background. Play List Opens the play list. (See Section 3.6 for more information.) Equalizer Opens the equalizer panel. (See Section 3.7 for more information.) Settings Opens the Settings screen for setting up power saving mode and accessing help. (See Section 3.8 for more information.) Exit Closes the program and returns to the Home screen.
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23 3.5 Displaying Lyrics The program allows you to display the real-time lyrics on the screen while playing songs. This feature is especially handy for you to sing along with the songs. Preparing the Lyrics Files for your Device To display the lyrics, you need to have the lyrics files (.lrc) ready on your device’s \My Flash Disk\My Audio\Lyric\ folder or the \My Audio\Lyric\ folder on your storage card. NOTE: You can search and download these .lrc files from the Internet. Use MioTransfer to copy the lyrics to the correct location of your device. (See section 12.3 for information.) When copying a lyric file to your device, be sure to use the same filename as the audio file. For example, if a MP3 file is named My Love.mp3, the lyrics filename must be My Love.lrc. NOTE: When playing songs with lyrics, the 30-second screen off feature will not take effect. Playing Songs with Lyrics The button is available when you’re playing a song with lyrics. Tap this button to view the lyrics. As the song plays, the lyrics scroll line by line on the screen, with the current line highlighted by a different color. The background image changes in turn at a specific time interval.
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24 To close the lyrics screen and go back to the control panel, tap anywhere on the screen. 3.6 Using the Play Lists You can create your own play lists for future use. Creating a Play List 1. Tap on the control panel to open the play list screen. The screen shows the current play list. 2. To add a song to the play list, tap . 3. A screen appears displaying all the audio files. Tap the song(s) you wish to add and then tap . Back Add song Remove the selected song from the list or from the storage media. Save the play list. Open the list of play lists. Clear all songs from the current play list. (No files are deleted.) Play the selected file.
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25 4. To save the play list, tap . 5. The keyboard screen appears where you can change the default name of the play list. Rename the play list if you want. Tap when finished. 6. To return to the control panel, tap . Opening a Play List To open one of the play lists that you have created: 1. Tap on the control panel. 2. Tap to display all the play lists you have created. Back Add all songs to the play list. Add the selected song(s) to the play list.
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26 3. Tap the play list you want to open and tap . 4. To return to the control panel, tap . 3.7 Equalizer The program provides 11 preset audio profiles. Tap to open the equalizer panel. Tap or to cycle through the available options: Default, Rock, Pop, Jazz, Classical, Dance, Heavy, Disco, Soft, 3D and Hall. Back Rename the selected play list. Delete the selected play list. Open the selected play list. Delete all play lists.
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27 Tap to save your selection and return to the control panel. To select the Default profile, tap . 3.8 Settings Tap on the control panel. The Settings screen appears. NOTE: To know the function of each button, you can tap . Then tap the button on the list to display a description line on the right side of the screen. Tap the check box (√) to turn on the power saving mode. Tap the up/down button to set the timer to 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, or 5 minutes. During the playback, the screen will automatically blank out f if you haven’t tapped the screen within the preset time (30 seconds by default).The screen will restore when you press the power button or when the playback of the current play list has ended. Tap to save any changes you have made. Help
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29 4 Pictures 4.1 Starting and Exiting Pictures Pictures allows you to view pictures in JPG, JPEG, and BMP formats and view the slideshow of the pictures on your device. Tap MioPlayer Pro on the Home screen and then tap Pictures to start the program. ↓ To exit the program, tap .
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30 4.2 Preparing the Pictures for Your Device Before using the program, have the files (.jpg, .jpeg, or .bmp) ready on either your device’s My Flash Disk\My Pictures folder or on a storage card. NOTE: The Pictures program does not support the display of BMP files in 32-bit and above color depth formats. A tool called MioTransfer is supplied for you to easily copy the files from your computer to the correct location. (See section 12.3 for information.) 4.3 Viewing Pictures in Thumbnail View 1. If your files are in a storage card, insert the card into your device. 2. Tap Pictures on the Home screen o start the program. 3. The program will search the matching files in the specific folder on your device and in all folders on a storage card. It then displays the pictures in the thumbnail view. Scroll down Selected file/ Total number of files A frame indicates the picture is selected. Scroll up Delete all pictures. Exit Start the slideshow. Delete the selected picture. Set the length of time each slide is displayed before moving on to the next slide. Tap the button to switch to the next available option (1 second/3 seconds/5 seconds). The satellite icon indicates the photo contains geographic coordinates information.
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31 4.4 Viewing a Picture in Full Screen When you tap a picture twice in the thumbnail view, the picture is displayed in full screen. To go back to the thumbnail view, tap anywhere on the screen to display the control buttons and then tap . 4.5 On-Screen Control Buttons On-screen control buttons provide various functions and settings. Tap anywhere on the picture to display the buttons as shown below. To close the buttons, tap the picture again. Next Previous
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32 Control Button Name Description Slideshow Starts the slideshow. (See section 4.6 for detailed information.) Rotate Rotate clockwise by 90 degrees. Information Enables or disables the displaying of the name and date of the file. Delete Deletes the current picture. Brightness Tap the button to adjust the brightness of the picture. Zoom Tap the button to zoom in to 1.2x, 1.5x, 1.8x, or 2.0x, or, after zooming in, to zoom out. When you have zoomed in the picture, you can drag the picture to view other parts of the picture. Back Goes back to the thumbnail view. If you open a photo that contains geographic coordinates information, three additional control buttons appear along the right side of the screen as shown below. (You can take photos to include geographic coordinates information using the Camera program. See Section 5.3 for details.) Starts MioMap to navigate to the shooting location of the photo. Starts MioMap to save the location as a favorite location. Starts MioMap to display the location on the map.
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33 4.6 Viewing the Slideshow To view the slideshow of all your pictures, use one of the following ways: z When in the thumbnail view, tap to start the slideshow. z When in full screen, tap anywhere on the picture to display the on-screen control buttons. Then tap to start the slideshow. To stop the slideshow, tap anywhere on the screen.
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35 5 Camera 5.1 Starting and Exiting Camera Camera allows you to take photos or record videos. You can view your photos and videos in the program. There are two ways to start the Camera program: z Tap Camera on the Home screen. z Press the Camera button on the top of the device. (This will close the current program.) NOTE: When using the MioMap navigation program, the Camera button is disabled.
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36 To exit the program, tap . 5.2 Taking a Photo 1. Insert a storage card if you want to store your photos to it. Make sure that the correct storage location is specified. (See Section 5.4 for information.) 2. Start the Camera program (as described in 5.1). The program will be in the Camera mode by default. 3. If you need to change the settings, tap . (See Section 5.4 for information.) 4. Compose your photograph. You can use the control button on the right to adjust the camera lens (details provided in following sub-section). 5. The program has an auto-focus function. When ready, press lightly (halfway down) on the Camera button and hold. A red focus bracket ( ) will appear in the center of the screen. When the color of the bracket changes from red to green ( ), focusing is completed. Now press fully down on the Camera button to take the photo. The system will play a sound to indicate that the shutter has been released.
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37 NOTE: The red focus bracket will blink in red to indicate that the program cannot focus on the current target. 6. After taking a photo, the program saves it with the filename DSCxxxxx.JPG (where xxxxx is a sequential number, e.g. DSC00001.JPG). If you have already inserted a storage card and specified it as the storage location, the photo will be saved to the card in the \My Pictures\ folder. The photo will otherwise be stored in the device’s \My Flash Disk\My Pictures\ folder. NOTE: If you have deleted all photo files in the storage device, the numbering of the filenames will restart from 00001. 7. To view the photo that you just took, tap . (See Section 5.7 for information.) 8. To exit the Camera program, tap . Control Panel Status Bar
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38 Camera Screen Elements Camera Status Icons Several icons appear at the top of the screen to indicate the current status: Icon Name Description Resolution The number indicates the resolution is set to 320 x 240, 336 x 252, 400 x 300, 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1280 x 960 or 1600 x 1200. (Only the front number is displayed.) Storage Location − the device’s internal memory − the storage card Remaining Shots The number indicates how many more shots can be taken and saved to the current storage location. The number of shots is determined by the amount of space remaining in memory and the selected resolution. Scene Mode − Auto Mode − Night Mode − Sports Mode − Indoor Mode − Outdoor Mode. Timer This icon appears if the Timer function is enabled. The number within the icon indicates the timer duration (5 sec or 10 sec). Continuous Shot This icon appears when the continuous shot function is enabled. GPS Stamp This icon appears in the lower left corner of the screen when the GPS stamp function is enabled.
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39 Camera Control Panel The control panel to the right of the screen provides these buttons: Control Button Name Description Zoom In/ Zoom Out Tap to zoom in the camera lens; when zoomed in, tap to zoom out. The available zoom settings are 1x, 1.25x, and 2x. A scale will appear at the bottom of the screen showing the current zoom ratio. NOTE: If you are using a resolution higher than (but not including) 800 x 600, the Zoom function will not be available. Exposure Compensation Adjusts the brightness of the photo. The available settings are –1.5, -1, -0.5, 0, 0.5, 1, and 1.5. A scale will appear at the bottom of the screen showing the current brightness level. Change Function Switches to the Video Mode. Continuous Shot Enables or disables the continuous shot function. (See later sub-section on “Using the Continuous Shot Function” for details.) Display Enables or disables the display of the status icons. Timer Enables or disables the timer function. (See later sub-section on “Using the Timer” for details.) Settings Opens the Camera Settings screen. (See Section 5.4 for information.) View Switches to the View mode. (See Section 5.7 for information.)
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40 5.3 Using the Special Camera Functions Using the Continuous Shot Function The program offers a Continuous Shot function so each release of the shutter takes four photos in a row. 1. Tap on the control panel. 2. The icon will appear in the top right corner of the screen to indicate that the Continuous Shot function is enabled. To take photos, follow the instructions as described in the “Taking a Photo” section. NOTE: Photos taken using Continuous Shot are limited to 640 x 480 resolutions. 3. Once the Continuous Shot function is enabled, it will remain active until you turn it off or exit the program. To stop using this function, turn it off by tapping the button again. Using the Timer The program offers the Timer function so a photo is only taken 5 or 10 seconds after you release the shutter. 1. Tap on the control panel. (The Timer can be set to 5 or 10 seconds. See Section 5.4 for details.) 2. The icon will appear in the top right corner of the screen to indicate that the Timer function is enabled. To take photos, follow the instructions as described the “Taking a Photo” section. The program will take a photo after the set delay. 3. Once the Timer function is enabled, it will remain active until you turn it off or exit the program. To stop using this function, turn it off by tapping the button again.
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41 Storing Geographic Coordinates Apart from taking photos, the Camera program also offers GPS Stamp function. This will store the geographic coordinates of your location as you take a photo. In the future you can use the MioMap navigation program to directly navigate to the shooting location of the photo. 1. Start the Camera program (as described in 6.1). If the GPS Stamp function is not enabled, tap Æ Æ Æ to enable it. 2. The icon will appear in the lower left corner of the screen to indicate that the program has activated its GPS port and is now searching for GPS satellites. NOTE: If a GPS fix can’t be achieved within 2 minutes the icon will have an X symbol. You can tap this icon to try to connect again. 3. After a GPS fix, your current coordinates will show at the bottom of the screen. To take photos, follow the instructions as described in the “Taking a Photo” section. 4. Once the GPS Stamp function is enabled, it will remain active until you turn it off.
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42 5.4 Camera Settings Tap on the control panel while in Camera mode and the Camera Settings screen as shown below appears. Tap the set value for an item to open the sub-menu (except for the Reset item). In the sub-menu, select the desired value. A check indicates the current value. Item Name Description Scene Mode Sets the scene mode to Auto, Night, Sports, Indoor, or Outdoor. Resolution Sets the resolution to 320 x 240, 336 x 252, 400 x 300, 640 x 480, 800 x 600 (default), 1280 x 960, or 1600 x 1200. Timer Sets the countdown delay time for the Timer to 5 seconds (default) or 10 seconds. Effect Allows you to apply different effects to the photo. Options are Normal (default), Sepia, and Mono. GPS Stamp When enabled, you can store the GPS coordinates of your current location to the photo file. Storage Location Selects whether to store photos to the device memory in the \My Flash Disk\My Pictures\ folder or to the storage card’s \My Pictures\ folder (must be inserted first). Continuous Shots Enables or disables (default) the four-picture continuous shot function. Shutter Sound Sets the sound effect to play when you release the shutter (3 sound effects available); You can also disable the shutter sound. Frequency Control Selects the refresh frequency for fluorescent lights: 50Hz or 60Hz (default).
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43 Item Name Description Reset Restore the Camera settings to their factory defaults. To leave the Settings screen, tap . Any changes that you have made will be stored and retained until you change them again. 5.5 Recording Videos 1. Insert a storage card if you want to store your videos to it. Make sure that the correct storage location is specified. (See Section 5.6 for information.) 2. Start the Camera program (as described in 5.1). The program will be in the Camera mode by default. Tap to switch to the Video mode. This will be indicated by the on the screen. 3. If you need to change the settings, tap . (See Section 5.6 for information.) 4. Aim the camera lens at your target. You can use the control button on the right to adjust the camera lens (details provided in following section). 5. To begin recording, fully press the Camera button. The system will play a beep sound and the red icon „ will appear on the screen to indicate that recording is in progress. The number to the side shows the length of video recorded so far (e.g. ). By default, videos are limited to a length of 15 seconds. (You can change this in Video Settings.) 6. To manually end the recording, press the Camera button again. The system will play a beep sound to indicate that the recording has been stopped.
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