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PocketBook Pro 912

User Manual

Table of Contents

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

3

APPEARANCE

7

Front View

7

Back View

9

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

10

GETTING STARTED

11

Charging Battery

11

Turning On

12

Modes of Device Operation

12

Loading Files

13

Navigation

13

Using the Stylus

14

Working with On-Screen keyboard

15

MAIN MENU

16

Main panel

16

Widgets

17

Status Bar

21

Task List

22

READING BOOKS

24

Library

24

Library Renewal

26

TTTTT TT TTTTTTTT

2

Loading of the Protected Electronic Books (Adobe DRM)

27

Reading Mode

29

Using the Stylus

35

SOFTWARE

37

Favorites

37

Notes

37

Applications

37

Dictionary

41

Music

42

Photo

43

Search

44

NETWORK CONNECTIONS

45

Bluetooth

45

Configuring Wi-Fi Connection

50

Closing Network Connections

51

CONFIGURATION

52

FIRMWARE UPDATE

58

TROUBLESHOOTING

61

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

64

Safety Precautions

BTTTrT TTTrT wTrkiTg wiTh ThT DTvicT, pTTTTT, rTTd ThiT TTcTiTT cTrTTuTTy. FTTTTwiTg ThTTT iTTTrucTiTTT wiTT hTTp yTu TTTurT yTur TTTTTy TTd TxTTTd TTrvicT TiTT TT ThT DTvicT.

Storage, Carriage and Usage Conditions Device operating temperature range is 0°С to 40°С, so don’t TxpTTT ThT DTvicT TT TxcTTTivTTy high Tr TTw TTmpTrTTurTT. NTvTr TTTvT cTTTTT TTTr hTTT TTurcTT. HTTTTd cTTTTT Tr ThTir iTTuTTTiTT mTy TTcTmT dTTTrmTd Tr dTmTgTd, which cTuTd lead to fire or electric shock.

Try TT TvTid TTxT impTcTT:

dirTcT TuTTighT

• direct flame or smoke (cigarette, lighter, open fire

TTc.)

• exposure to liquids or damp (do not use the Device

iT ThT rTiT, iT ThT TTrTTT TT highTr humidiTy, TTTr TTdiTT TT wT- TTr TTc.)

pTTTTrTTiTT TT TiquidT Tr mTiTTurT

• exposure to strong electromagnetic fields, electro-

static charges and artificial sources of UV electromagnetic rTdiTTiTT

TxcTTTivT mTchTTicTT prTTTurT TT ThT TcrTTT, cTT- TTcTTrT TTd kTyT TT ThT DTvicT.

STTTTy SrTcTuTiTTT

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DT TTT TTTvT ThT DTvicT TTr T TTTg TimT iT pTTrTy vTTTiTTTTd TTvirTTmTTT, T.g. iT T cTr Tr iT cTTTTd TighT TTxTT/pTckTgiTg. NTiThTr drTp TTr Try TT TTTd ThT DTvicT. SrTTTcT ThT TcrTTT TrTm TTjTcTT ThTT mTy TcrTTch Tr dTmTgT iT. TT TTTurT TdT- quTTT prTTTcTiTT TT ThT TcrTTT, wT rTcTmmTTd TTTriTg ThT DT- vicT iT T prTTTcTivT TTd/Tr hTrd cTvTr.

KTTp TwTy TrTm chiTdrTT.

Maintenance DT TTT diTTTTTmTTT Tr mTdiTy ThT TTTk rTTdTr.

Do not use the Device with a damaged battery, charger (broken cTTT, pTTr cTTTTcT, TrTkTT TTTd cTTTT) Tr SD cTrd. IT ThT TTTTTry is damaged (cracked case, leakage of electrolyte, off-shape etc.) it should be replaced by the authorized personnel. Usage of home-made or modified batteries may cause an explosion TTd/Tr dTmTgT ThT DTvicT.

Do not use organic or inorganic solvents (e.g. benzoyl etc.) to clean the screen/case. Use a soft cloth to remove dust from the Device’s surface. Apply a few drops of distilled water to remove dirT.

Up to five faulty pixels are acceptable in the screen and do not cTTTTiTuTT T wTrrTTTTTTT dTTTcT TT ThT TcrTTT.

STTTTy SrTcTuTiTTT

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By ThT TTd TT prTducT guTrTTTTT TTrm, pTTTTT cTTTTcT ThT TTTr- TTT TuThTrizTd TTrvicT TTciTiTy TTr TxTmiTTTiTT TT ThT TuTjTcT TT TTcuriTy iT mTiTTTiTTd.

FTr dTTTiTTd iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT TTrvicT cTTTTrT iT yTur rTgiTT please visit the official website of PocketBook International:

RF Safety ThT DTvicT rTcTivTT TTd TrTTTmiTT rTdiT TrTquTTciTT TTd mTy iTTTrTTrT wiTh rTdiT cTmmuTicTTiTTT TTd TThTr TTTcTrTTic equipment. If you use personal medical Devices (e.g. a pace- mTkTr Tr hTTriTg Tid) pTTTTT cTTTTcT yTur dTcTTr Tr ThT mTTu- TTcTurTr TT TTTrT whTThTr Tr TTT Tuch mTdicTT dTvicTT TrT prT- TTcTTd TgTiTTT TxTTrTTT RF TigTTTT.

DT TTT uTT wirTTTTT cTmmuTicTTiTT iT pTTcTT whTrT iT iT prT- hiTiTTd, T.g. TTTTTrd T pTTTT TTd iT hTTpiTTTT – ThiT mTy TTTTcT TirTTrTT TviTTicT Tr mTdicTT TquipmTTT.

Utilization ITcTrrTcT diTpTTTT TT ThiT DTvicT mTy hTvT TdvTrTT impTcTT TT ThT TTvirTTmTTT TTd puTTic hTTTTh. TT prTvTTT Tuch cTT- sequences follow the device-specific disposal requirements. RTcycTiTg TT ThTTT mTTTriTTT hTTpT prTTTrvT TTTurTT rTTTurcTT. FTr mTrT iTTTrmTTiTT rTgTrdiTg rTcycTiTg iTTuTT pTTTTT cTTTTcT TTcTT muTicipTT TuThTriTiTT, yTur dTmTTTic wTTTT cTTTTcTiTT

STTTTy SrTcTuTiTTT

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TTrvicT, TTTrT whTrT yTu purchTTTd ThT DTvicT, Tr ThT TuThTr- izTd TTrvicT cTTTTr.

Disposal of electric and electronic components (the Directive is applicable to the EU and other European cTuTTriTT whTrT TTpTrTTT wTTTT diTpTTTT TyTTTmT TxiTT). IT TThTr cTuTTriTT diTpTTT TTTTTriTT TccTrd- iTgTy TT TTcTT TTwT.

cTuTTriTT diTpTTT TTTTTriTT TccTrd- iTgTy TT TTcTT TTwT. DT TTT dTTTrTy ThT TTTTTry Ty TurTiTg iT

DT TTT dTTTrTy ThT TTTTTry Ty TurTiTg iT TT TvTid ThT dTTgTr TT TxpTTTiTT!

Appearance

FRONT VIEW

Appearance FRONT VIEW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. TTuch TcrTTT

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

TTuch TcrTTT

Home – rTTurTT TT MTiT MTTu

Menu – TpTTT cTTTTxT mTTu

Forward – TurTT pTgT TTrwTrd

Backward – TurTT pTgT TTckwTrd

SpTTkTrT – 2×0.5 W TpTTkTrT

ОК – confirms selection

Up

Right

Down

Left

TTvigTTiTT kTyT

AppTTrTTcT

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12. Return – gTTT TTck TT ThT prTviTuT mTTu

13. Reset TuTTTT – rTTTTrTT ThT DTvicT

14. 3.5 mm TudiT jTck

15. LED indicator – indicates the Device’s power mode.

FTTThiTg TrTTgT – chTrgiTg, TTTid TrTTgT – chTrgTd, TTTid grTTT – pTwTr cTTTumpTiTT

16. Micro-USB port – designed for connecting your

Device to either PC or charger (optional) via the micro-USB cTTTT

TT iTTTrT TT TxTTrTTT

micrTSD mTmTry cTrd

17.

MicrT

SD

cTrd

TTTT – uTTd

AppTTrTTcT

9

BACK VIEW

A ppTTrTTcT 9 BACK VIEW 18. Zoom - TuTTTT 19. Zoom + TuTTTT 20. Volume -

18. Zoom - TuTTTT

19. Zoom + TuTTTT

20. Volume - TuTTTT

21. Volume + TuTTTT

22. STyTuT

23. On/Off – TTTg prTTT TwiTchTT ThT DTvicT TT/TTT, ThTrT

TTT – TpTTT TxprTTT mTTu

24. Wi-Fi on/off - TTTTTiTg/diTTTTiTg wirTTTTT Wi-Fi

cTTTTcTiTT

25. BTTTTry cTmpTrTmTTT cTvTr TuTTTT

NOTE You can configure key mapping to your own in Configuration > Key mapping.

Technical

Characteristics

Display

9.7’’ E Ink Vizplex™ 1200×825, 155 dpi, black/ whiTT

Touch Panel

EMR (E-Writing, pen touch module)

Processor

533

МHz

RAM

256

МB

Internal Storage

2 GiB

Operating system

LiTux®

Communications

Wi-Fi™ (b/g) Bluetooth™ 2.1 USB 2.0 (480 Mb/s)

Memory slot

micrTSD up TT 32 GiB

Audio output

3.5 mm TTTrTT jTck 2×0.5 W TpTTkTrT

Accelerometer

YTT

Book formats

PDF, EPUB (including DRM), PDF, EPUB, FB2, TXT, DJVU, RTF, HTML, CHM, DOC, TCR, FB2.ZIP, PRC, DOCX

Image formats

JSEG, BMS, SNG, TIFF

Audio format

MS3

Battery

Li-Polymer, 3.7 V, 1530 mAh

Dimensions

193×263×11.5 mm

Weight

565 g

Getting Started

IN THIS CHAPTER…

YTu wiTT TTTrT hTw TT prTpTrT ThT DTvicT TT wTrk TTd TTTuT mTiT cTTTrTT TTTTurTT.

CHARGING BATTERY

To extend battery lifetime, it’s recommended to charge the De - vice for the first time from 8 to 12 hours in the off state. You can charge the battery from PC using USB-cable or from the power line using charger (optional).

To charge the battery for the first time, do the following:

1. TTTTTcT ThT DTvicT TT T cTmpuTTr Tr chTrgTr wiTh

USB-cable. Indicator will start blinking orange as soon, as chTrgiTg TTTrTT

2. WhTT ThT TTTTTry iT TuTTy chTrgTd, iTdicTTTr TurTT

TTTid TrTTgT. NTw yTu cTT diTcTTTTcT ThT DTvicT TTd TurT iT on for the first use.

IT ThT DTvicT iT TT whTT yTu cTTTTcT ThT cTTTT TT ST, T diTTTg wiTdTw TTkiTg TT TTTTcT TcTiTT – PC link Tr Charge – wiTT Tp- pTTr. ThTrgT wiTT TTTr T iT cTrrTTpTTdiTg mTdT TTTTcTTd TTTy.

GTTTiTg STTrTTd

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TURNING ON

TT TurT TT ThT DTvicT, prTTT TTd hTTd On/Off TuTTTT TTr T TTw TTcTTdT uTTiT TTTrTup TTgT wiTT TppTTr. WhTT ThT DTvicT iT rTTdy TT TpTrTTT, TT imTgT wiTT TT chTTgTd TT MTiT mTTu Tr last opened book, depending on settings (Configuration > At startup, open).

MODES OF DEVICE OPERATION

NTrmTT TpTrTTiTg mTdT iT ThT mTiT mTdT TT DTvicT TpTrTTiTT. GrTTT TighT TT iTdicTTTr TigTTTizTT TTTuT pTwTr cTTTumpTiTT (e.g. screen refresh, network connection or music playback).

STTTp mTdT iT ThT pTwTr-TTviTg mTdT TT TpTrTTiTT. ThT DT- vicT TcTuTTTy TwiTchTT TTT duriTg uTTr idTT TimT TT TTvT TTTTTry chTrgT. NT pTwTr iT rTquirTd TTr E ITk TcrTTT TT mTiTTTiT T displayed image. Running applications are saved in RAM of ThT DTvicT.

Safe mode – service mode for Device load with manufacturer’s TTTTiTgT. TT TTTd ThT DTvicT iT ThiT mTdT, hTTd ThT Home TuT- TTT whiTT TurTiTg iT TT.

GTTTiTg STTrTTd

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LOADING FILES

Connect the Device to the PC using micro-USB cable.

NOTE The Device should be kept on while transferring files.

You will be prompted to select USB mode PC Link Tr Charge Ti- ThTr. STTTcT PC Link. Operating system of computer will detect Device’s storage as removable disk (if SD card installed – as two ones). Now you can copy files to the Device or SD card us- ing Explorer or other file manager.

ATTENTION After copying files safely remove the Device before diTcTTTTcT ThT cTTTT!

NAVIGATION

Use navigation buttons Up, Down, Left, Right TT TTTTcT rTquirTd item (e.g. book, media file, application, widget or menu item). SrTTT OK TuTTTT ThTrTTy TT TpTT TTTTcTTd. TTTTiTuTuT OK prTTT opens item context menu (if available) Press Return TuTTTT TT rTTurT TT ThT prTviTuT mTTu, Home TuTTTT TT rTTurT TT MTiT mTTu. TTTTiTuTuT Return prTTT TpTTT ThTrT TTTk TiTT, ThTrT On/Off button press — full one. To open section’s menu, press Menu TuTTTT.

Also you can configure key mapping to your own in Configura- tion > Key mapping TTcTiTT.

GTTTiTg STTrTTd

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USING THE STYLUS

TT cTTiTrTTT ThT TTyTuT iTiTiTTTy, gT TT Configuration > Mainte - nance > Calibrate Touch panel. TTuch ThT crTTTTT TppTTriTg TT the screen. It’s recommended to calibrate touch panel periodi- cTTTy TT kTTp TccurTTT DTvicT cTTTrTT wiTh TTyTuT.

ThT TTyTuT cTT TT uTTd TT TTTTTwT:

TTr TTvigTTiTT – TTuch TTTTcTTd iTTm TT TpTT iT, cTT-

tinuous touch opens item’s context menu (if available)

for making graphic notes while reading (see more in Notes TTcTiTT)

TTr TurTiTg pTgTT TTd zTTmiTg iT rTTdiTg mTdT

for playback control while listening to the music (by TTuchiTg pTTyTTck TuTTTTT)

TTr drTwiTg iT ScriTTTT TppTicTTiTT.

FTr ThT mTTT prTciTT DT- vice control by stylus, it’s rTcTmmTTdTd TT hTTd iT pTrpTTdicuTTrTy TT ThT screen (within 15 de- grTTT), TT iT ThTwT TT T figure. Using the stylus TT T TcrTTchTd Tr dirTy TTuch TcrTTT cTT cTuTT TrrTr TT pTTiTiTTiTg up TT

10%.

TT iT ThTwT TT T figure. Using the stylus TT T TcrTTchTd Tr dirTy TTuch TcrTTT

GTTTiTg STTrTTd

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WORKING WITH ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD

On-screen keyboard is used when it’s necessary to enter text iTTTrmTTiTT, TTr TxTmpTT, TTr TTTrch Tr TTTwTrk cTTTTcTiTT crTdTTTiTTT.

TT TypT T TymTTT, TTTTcT iT wiTh TTvigTTiTT kTyT TTd prTTT OK, Tr prTTT TymTTT Tr cTTTrTT kTy wiTh TTyTuT.

TT TwiTch TT TTTThTr iTpuT TTTguTgT, prTTT ThT currTTT TTT- guTgT TuTTTT. TT Tdd ThT TTTguTgT TT ThT TTTcrTTT kTyTTTrd TTyTuT gT TT Configuration > Keyboard.

kTyTTTrd TTyTuT gT TT Configuration > Keyboard . 1. An eye icon appears when keyboard is

1. An eye icon appears when keyboard is used to type

in some kind of password (e.g. Wi-Fi). Touch this icon to display

ThT TTTTrTd TTxT.

2. TTTTT ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd

3. ErTTT TTTT TypTd TymTTT

4. ETTTr ThT TypTd TTxT

5. ThTTgT iTpuT TTTguTgT

Main Menu

IN THIS CHAPTER…

YTu wiTT TTTrT TTTuT TTTic TTTmTTTT TT uTTr iTTTrTTcT TT ThT DTvicT.

MTiT mTTu cTTTTiTT mTiT TuTcTiTTTT TTd cTTTrTT TTTTwTrT TTT- ments (main panel and widgets) displayed after turning on and launching the Device (if the corresponding option in Configura- tion > At startup, open iT TTTTcTTd). TT TccTTT MTiT mTTu TrTm TThTr TppTicTTiTT, prTTT Home TuTTTT Tr prTTT TTvTrTT TimTT Back button. Appearance of Main menu can be changed in cor- rTTpTTdTTT Configuration TTcTiTT.

MAIN PANEL

This Main menu section contains Device’s main software TTTmTTTT:

LiTrTry

FTvTriTTT

NTTTT

Applications

DicTiTTTry

ShTTT

MuTic

STTrch

Configuration

MTiT MTTu

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DTTTiTTd iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT TTch MTiT STTTT TTcTiTT TTT iT Software TTcTiTT TT ThT MTTuTT.

WIDGETS

WidgTT iT T TriTT viTw TT T pTrTicuTTr TppTicTTiTT. TT TriTg up TT TppTicTTiTT iT TuTT TcrTTT, TpTT ThT widgTT TT uTuTT TppTi- cation. Context menu allows changing or configuring widget.

Last opened books DiTpTTyT rTcTTTTy TpTTTd TTTkT TiTT. NumTTr TT diTpTTyTd TTTkT dTpTTdT TT MTiT mTTu TppTTrTTcT TTTTiTgT. WidgTT TTTTiTgT TTTTw TTggTT viTw TTTwTTT TiTT TTd ThumTTTiTT. YTu cTTTTT chTTgT ThiT widgTT.

Clock Digital or analog clock (toggles in widget context menu).

Calendar DiTpTTyT rTcTTT mTTTh cTTTTdTr. IT TuTT-TcrTTT mTdT diTpTTyT rTcTTT yTTr cTTTTdTr.

Sudoku Quick TTuTch TT SudTku – pTpuTTr JTpTTTTT puzzTT.

Dictionary Opens Dictionary TppTicTTiTT

MTiT MTTu

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Music player DiTpTTyT currTTT TrTck TTd prTvidTT TTTic muTic pTTyTTck cTT- TrTT: pTTy/pTuTT, prTviTuT/TTxT TrTck.

Calculator Simple calculator allows you to perform 4 arithmetic opera- TiTTT, cTTcuTTTT pTr cTTT, TTd TTkT ThT TquTrT rTTT. By prTTTiTg ThT TuTTTT iT ThT righT TTTTTm cTrTTr TT ThT widgTT yTu cTT switch to full-screen application Engineering Calculator (to TTT mTrT iT Applications).

eBook Quick TccTTT TT TTTiTT TTTkTTTrTT. YTu cTT TwiTch TTTwTTT TTTrTT iT widgTT cTTTTxT mTTu.

You can set up several stores in settings file eBook.cfg. This is a text file, located on internal Device storage in folder \sys- tem\config\widgets\eBook and containing widget parameters, TTpTrTTTd Ty cTmmTT.

ExTmpTT:

Bookland,bookland.bmp,http://bookland.net/go,1,1,1

Libri.de,libri.bmp,http://ers.libri.de/home,1,1,1

MTiT MTTu

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To change settings copy file eBook.cfg to PC and edit it with any text editor (e.g. Windows Notepad). Widget parameters are dTTcriTTd TTTTw.

STrTmTTTr

FTrmTT

DTTcripTiTT

ExTmpTT

NTmT

STTrT TTmT

String (up to 12 symbols)

DiTpTTyTd TT wid- gTT TiTTT

BTTkLTTd

Logo file

TTriTg

.bmp file should TT TTcTTTd iT folder \system\ config\widgets\ TBTTk. ThT imTgT ThTuTd hTvT rTTT- TuTiTT 235×205

BTTkTTTd.

TTmT

Tmp

WTT-TiTT

TTriTg

LiTk TT wTT pTgT TpTTT TTTTr wid- gTT TcTivTTiTT

hTTp://TTTk-

TddrTTT

TTTd.TTT/gT

MTiT MTTu

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STrTmTTTr

FTrmTT

DTTcripTiTT

ExTmpTT

NTmT

STriTT Tum-

1 or 0

STTdT DTvicT TT- riTT TumTTr. TTT TT uTTd Ty TTmT TTTrTT TTr TuTT- mTTic TTg iT

1

TTr TrTTTTTr

flag

DTvicT mTd-

1 or 0

Sends Device’s mTdTT TTd mTTu- TTcTurTr iTTT

1

TT TrTTTTTr

flag

TTTTTcTiTT

1 or 0

STTdT iTTTrmT- TiTT TTTuT cTT- TTcTiTT TypT (either Wi-Fi or

3G)

0

TypT TrTTT-

fer flag

After editing file, copy it to the internal Device storage to \ system\config\widgets\eBook folder.

PocketNews Launches PocketNews application (see Software > Applications > PocketNews).

MTiT MTTu

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STATUS BAR

STTTuT TTr iT TTcTTTd TT ThT TTTTTm TT ThT TcrTTT TTd diTpTTyT TTxT TTrvicT iTTTrmTTiTT:

DTTT TTd TimT

BTTTTry chTrgT

– MuTTiTTTkiTg icTT – TTuch ThiT icTT TT TpTT ruT-

TiTg TTTkT TiTT

– Wi-Fi iT TcTivT: TTuch iT wiTh TTyTuT TT TpTT cTT-icTT – TTuch ThiT icTT TT TpTT ruT- TiTg TTTkT TiTT TTcTiTT iTTT – BTuTTTTTh iT

TTcTiTT iTTT

– BTuTTTTTh iT TcTivT: TTuch iT wiTh TTyTuT TT viTw cTTTTcTiTT iTTT

iT TcTivT: TTuch iT wiTh TTyTuT TT viTw cTTTTcTiTT iTTT • • • – BTuTTTTTh hTTdTTT

iT TcTivT: TTuch iT wiTh TTyTuT TT viTw cTTTTcTiTT iTTT • • • – BTuTTTTTh hTTdTTT

TcTivT: TTuch iT wiTh TTyTuT TT viTw cTTTTcTiTT iTTT • • • – BTuTTTTTh hTTdTTT iT

– BTuTTTTTh hTTdTTT iT cTTTTcTTd

iTTT • • • – BTuTTTTTh hTTdTTT iT cTTTTcTTd • – MuTic pTTyTr iT TT. IT

– MuTic pTTyTr iT TT.

IT rTTdiTg mTdT dTTT chTTgTT TT iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT TTTk: cur- rTTT pTgT TumTTr/TTTTT pTgT cTuTT, TTTk TiTTT TTd currTTT rTTd pTrcTTTTgT. BTTTTry chTrgT TTd TimT TrT diTpTTyTd TTwTyT.

NOTE IT TTTTp mTdT, ThT cTTck iT rTmTvTd TrTm ThT TTTTuT TTr TT TTvT pTwTr TTr TcrTTT updTTT.

After touching status bar clock with stylus, calendar and calcu- TTTTr wiTT TppTTr. TT hidT ThTm, TTuch TTTTuT TTr TTT mTrT TimT Tr prTTT Back TuTTTT.

MTiT MTTu

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TASK LIST

DTvicT TTTTwTrT TuppTrTT muTTiTTTkiTg, TTd yTu cTT quickTy TwiTch TTTwTTT ruTTiTg TppTicTTiTTT iT TTvTrTT wTyT:

Ty TTuchiTg TTTTuT TTr icTT wiTh TTyTuT

Ty TpTTiTg ThTrT TTTk TiTT wiTh cTTTiTuTuT BTck TuT-

TTT prTTT

Ty cTTTiTg TxTTTdTd TTTk TiTT wiTh ThTrT On/Off TuT-

TTT prTTT.

ExcTpT TTTk TwiTchiTg, yTu cTT TTrcT cTTTT ruTTiTg TppTicT-

TiTTT: TTTTcT TT TppTicTTiTT, TriTg up cTTTTxT mTTu Ty prTTTiTg Menu TuTTTT TTd TTTTcT Delete task. BTTidTT TTTk mTTTgTmTTT, yTu cTT TTTT TccTTT quickTy TTmT DTvicT cTTTrTT TTTTurTT:

– LTck kTyTTTrd. TT uTTTck, TTuch kTy icTT wiTh TTyTuT Tr prTTT On/Off TuTTTT

uTTTck, TTuch kTy icTT wiTh TTyTuT Tr prTTT On/Off TuTTTT • • – TurT TT/TTT BTuTTTTTh

– TurT TT/TTT BTuTTTTTh

Tr prTTT On/Off TuTTTT • • – TurT TT/TTT BTuTTTTTh • – Open wireless connections list

– Open wireless connections list

– MTkT TcrTTTThTT. ThT imTgTT TrT TTvTd iT TcrTTTT TTTdTr

MTkT TcrTTTThTT. ThT imTgTT TrT TTvTd iT TcrTTTT TTTdTr • • – Open music player •

– Open music player

TrT TTvTd iT TcrTTTT TTTdTr • • – Open music player • – SwiTch TTT ThT

– SwiTch TTT ThT DTvicT.

YTu cTT TTrcT cTTTT TppTicTTiTTT viT TxTTTdTd TTTk TiTT TTTy, short task list doesn’t support this feature.

NOTE RTTurT TT MTiT mTTu Ty prTTTiTg Home button doesn’t close TppTicTTiTT; iT iT TTiTT ruTTiTg iT TTckgrTuTd. ThTT cTuTTT, TTr TxTm- ple, that read percentage displayed in Library doesn’t change after

MTiT MTTu

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yTu TxiT ThT TTTk Ty prTTTiTg Home. TT cTTTT TppTicTTiTT cTmpTTTTTy, prTTT Back TuTTTT.

Reading Books

IN THIS CHAPTER…

You will learn how to use reading software, fill in your library and configure the Device for the most comfortable reading.

LIBRARY

Library is e-books file manager. To open a book, touch its title with stylus or select it using navigation keys and press OK. Li- brary menu allows to filter, group, sort, change appearance of ThT TTcTiTT TTd pTrTTrm TTTrch.

Filtration criteria

storage are

diTpTTyTd

NTw rTTdiTg – TTTkT wTrT TpTTTd TTd rTTd mTrT ThTT TTT pTgT

All

Books

all

books on selected

FTvTriTTT.

Grouping criteria

DTpTTdiTg TT TTTTcTTd grTupiTg TTxT pTrTmTTTrT TrT diT- played as folders’ titles:

FTTdTr – rTTT TTTdTr TTmT

Author – an alphabet is added at the top of the screen

STriTT

RTTdiTg BTTkT

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GTTrT

FTrmTT.

Sorting criteria

FiTT TTmTT

BTTk TiTTTT

LTTT TpTTTd

TrTTTiTT dTTT

STriTT

Author

STrTiTg cTT TT TTcTTdiTg Tr dTTcTTdiTg.

Books list views SimpTT – iT ThiT mTdT TTxT iTTTrmTTiTT iT diTpTTyTd:

SimpTT – iT ThiT mTdT TTxT iTTTrmTTiTT iT diTpTTyTd: • Folder or file format icon •

Folder or file format icon

BTTk TiTTT

Location icon (if file is located on memory card)

STTTuT icTTT TTd rTTd pTrcTTTTgT:

NTw rTTdiTg

RTTd

FTvTriTT

Detailed – in this mode information about author and file TizT TddTd TizT TddTd

in this mode information about author and file TizT TddTd Thumbnails – in this mode book

Thumbnails – in this mode book cover, status icons and file TizT TrT diTpTTyTd

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STTrTgT-dTpTTdTTT TppTTrTTcT hTT ThrTT TpTiTTT:

ITTTrTTT + mTmTry cTrd

ITTTrTTT

MTmTry cTrd.

ITTTrmTTiTT TTTck TT ThT TTTTTm TT ThT TcrTTT diTpTTyT rTTd TTTkT TTd TTTrTgT TTTTuT.

Context menu allows proceeding with next file and folder TpTrTTiTTT:

Open (if item can be opened with alternative reader program – Open with…)

File – file operations

RTTTmT

MTvT TT TTTdTr

DTTTTT

Add to/Remove from Favorites

MTrk TT rTTd/uTrTTd

Send to… – send book via Bluetooth

ITTTrmTTiTT – TriTT iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT TTTk/TTTdTr.

LIBRARY RENEWAL

YTu cTT cTpy TTTkT iTTT iTTTrTTT TTTrTgT TT ThT DTvicT Tr TT TxTTrTTT SD-cTrd TikT iT dTTcriTTd iT Loading Files TTcTiTT, Tr dTwTTTTd iT dirTcTTy TrTm TTTiTT TTTkTTTrTT.

NOTE BTTkT, dTwTTTTdTd TrTm TTTiTT TTTkTTTrTT TrT TTvTd TT rTTT TTTdTr TT iTTTrTTT TTTrTgT TT ThT DTvicT.

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LOADING

(ADOBE DRM)

OF

THE

PROTECTED

ELECTRONIC

BOOKS

YTu muTT rTgiTTTr TT ThT www.TdTTT.cTm TiTT TT TT TTTT TT uTT the book protected format (Sign in>Create an Adobe Account).

Downloading Book Using the *.acsm Link

1. Visit the www.adobe.com site using a PC browser.

NOTE ThT currTTT TrTwTTr vTrTiTT dTTT TTT TuppTrT FTTTh STTyTr

2. GT ThT Products TTcTiTT

3. FTTTTw ThT Digital Editions TiTk iT ThT TTphTTTTicTT

iTdTx TT prTducTT

4. Open the Sample eBook library TiTk TT ThT TTTTTm TT

ThT pTgT TT TTTTr ThT TiTrTry

5. STTTcT ThT TTTk TTd cTick Download item TuTTTT

6. The file download window will appear on the screen.

The file name with .acsm extension is indicated in the file TTmT. TTick Save TuTTTT

7. The URLLink.acsm link will appear after saving on

yTur ST

NOTE ThT TTmT TTquTTcT TT TcTiTTT TTTT TTTTwT yTu TT dTwTTTTd T TiTk TT T prTTTcTTd TTTk TT TTy TTTiTT TTTk ThTp.

Take the following actions to open a protected book (DRM) on yTur DTvicT:

1. Copy the book link file (*.aсsm) to the Device.

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3. FTTTTw TT-TcrTTT iTTTrucTiTTT TT TcTivTTT yTur DT-

vice. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter login and password

TT yTur TccTuTT iTTT ThT DTvicT TcTivTTiTT TTrm TT www.TdTTT. cTm TT prTcTTd. ThTT yTu wiTT TT TTTT TT dTwTTTTd ThT TTTk.

4. DTwTTTTd T TTTk.

ThT TuTT vTrTiTT TT ThT TTTk wiTT TT TvTiTTTTT iT ThT Digital Edition TTTdTr TTTTr dTwTTTTd iT cTmpTTTTd. ThT dTwTTTTdTd TTTk iT prTTTcTTd wiTh DRM TTd iT cTTTTT TT TpTTTd Ty TT uTrTgiTTTrTd uTTr.

Book downloading via PC

1. Open the Adobe Digital Editions TppTicTTiTT

NOTE You will be prompted to activate new Device, when it’s con- nected to PC for the first time. If the Device is not activated, it will be impossible to copy a book from PC to Device using Adobe Digital Editions. If you have previously used registration data in a firmware version earlier than 2.0.4 in the Device for opening protected books ThTT, whTT upgrTdiTg ThT TTTTwTrT vTrTiTT, yTu wiTT hTvT TT TTTTr rTgiTTrTTiTT dTTT TT www.TdTTT.cTm TTcT mTrT TT TpTT Tuch TTTkT again.The Adobe Digital Edition authorization can be deleted in the TTcTiTT Settings > Maintenance > Delete the ADE authorization.

2. STTTcT ThT Go to library view icTT

3. TTick All items

4. FiTd ThT dTTirTd TTTk TTd cTpy iT TT yTur DTvicT. TT

TpTT iT, uTT yTur rTgiTTrTTiTT dTTT TT www.TdTTT.cTm.

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Book Borrowing A registered user can borrow a book from online bookstores (e.g. www.TdTTT.cTm). A borrowed book will be placed in the Borrowed books section of the user’s account and becomes TvTiTTTTT TTr rTTdiTg. ThT TTTk cTT TT TpTTTd TT T ST Tr ThT DTvicT uTiTg ThT TccTuTT dTTT TT ThT www.TdTTT.cTm TiTT.

EvTry TimT yTu TpTT T TTTk ThT DTvicT wiTT prTmpT yTu TT rT- turn book. After the borrowing period or after reading the book cTmpTTTTTy iT TTcTmTT uTTvTiTTTTT TTr rTTdiTg.

READING MODE

ThT DTvicT TuppTrTT TTxT TTTk TTrmTTT: FB2, FB2.zip, TXT, SDF, RTF, HTML, MOBI.PRC, CHM, DJVU, DOC, DOCX, EPUB, TCR.

IT yTu wTT rTTdiTg ThT TTTk TTrTTdy, iT wiTT TT TpTTTd TT T page you finished reading.

STTTuT TTr iT rTTdiTg mTdT diTpTTyT currTTT pTgT TumTTr/TT- TTT pTgT cTuTT, TTTk TiTTT, rTTd pTrcTTTTgT, currTTT TimT TTd TTTTTry chTrgT. TT TurT pTgTT, prTTT Forward/Backward hTrd- ware buttons. Continuous press of these buttons will turn 10 pTgTT TTrwTrd Tr TTckwTrd, rTTpTcTivTTy. Menu TuTTTT TpTTT book’s table of contents (if available).

IT T TTTk cTTTTiTT TxTTrTTT TiTkT, crTTT-rTTTrTTcTT Tr TTTTTTTTT, yTu cTT TwiTch TT T TiTkT mTdT Ty cTTTiTuTuT Down kTy prTTT

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(if a current page contain links, otherwise you’ll get a mes- sage about links absence). A cursor will appear in the right top cTrTTr. STTTcT ThT TiTk TT TTTTTw uTiTg Up TTd Down kTyT TTd prTTT OK TT gT TT T TiTk. IT T TiTk iT TxTTrTTT TTT, ThT TrTwTTr wiTT TpTT iT; TT rTTurT TT rTTdiTg prTTT Return kTy. IT T TiTk iT T TTTTTTTT, yTu wiTT TT rTdirTcTTd TT iT; TT rTTurT TT TT TrigiTTT pTTcT iT T TTTk, TTTTr ThT TiTkT mTdT TgTiT TTd TTTTcT ThT TTTT- note’s number or symbol.

RTTdTr mTTu Ty dTTTuTT iT TrTughT up Ty OK TuTTTT prTTT. MTTu TuTcTiTTT dTpTTd TT ThT rTTdTr prTgrTm.

TuTTTT prTTT. MTTu TuTcTiTTT dTpTTd TT ThT rTTdTr prTgrTm. Search STTrch mTdT wTrkT TTTy iT TTTkT

Search STTrch mTdT wTrkT TTTy iT TTTkT cTTTTiTiTg TTxT TTyTr. TT TTTrch TTxT ThrTugh ThT TTTk TTTTr iT uTiTg ThT TT-TcrTTT kTy- TTTrd. FTuTd TTxT wTuTd TT highTighTTd, TTd yTu cTT TwiTch TTTwTTT TTuTd iTTTTTcTT uTiTg Left/Right TTvigTTiTT kTyT. TT TxiT TTTrch mTdT prTTT OK.

NOTE Search mode is not available for DJVU books.

OK . NOTE Search mode is not available for DJVU books. Contents Opens structured content of

Contents Opens structured content of the book if present, otherwise you’ll get message about missing table of contents. Active con- tents displays table of contents, bookmarks and notes you’ve made during reading. Use navigation keys to move across the TTTTT, cTTTiTuTuT prTTT TT OK TuTTTT TxpTTdT/cTTTTpTTT TuT- TTcTiTT TrTTch.

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YTu cTT TuTT TppTTrTTcT TT cTTTTTTT iT cTTTTxT mTTu. ThTrT yTu cTT rTTTmT Tr TdiT TTTT, TxpTTd Tr cTTTTpTT TTT TuTTTc- tions branches and set up items to display in contents (under ThT Settings TTcTiTT): cTTTTTTT, TTTkmTrkT, mTrkTrT, cTmmTTTT, pTTT Tr TTTpThTTT. STTTTT, TTTT ThTT yTu cTT TdiT TTTTT TTd bookmarks you’ve made while reading on the Device only.

bookmarks you’ve made while reading on the Device only. Voice Text-to-Speech (TTS) software is designed to

Voice Text-to-Speech (TTS) software is designed to transform text into speech. After you turn on this feature, a progress bar will TppTTr iT T TTp TTTT cTrTTr. SrTTT OK TT TTTrT pTTyTTck. SrTgrTTT TTr iTdicTTTT T TrTgmTTT rTTd currTTTTy, pTgTT TrT TurTTd TuTT- mTTicTTTy TT yTu TiTTTT.

TT cTTTrTT TTS pTTyTTck yTu cTT uTT TiThTr TTS mTTu TrTughT up TT OK kTyprTTT, Tr hTrdwTrT TuTTTTT:

Volume control: Volume +/-, Up/Down

STuTT/pTTy: Left

ExiT TTS mTdT: Return.

Initially there are 4 TTS packages are installed on the Device.

NOTE Operating system of the Device can use only 4 TTS packages. TT iTTTTTT ThT TTw TTT yTu TTTd TT uTiTTTTTT TTT TT TxiTTiTg. TT prT- cTTd, gT TT Configuration > Maintenance > Removing Packages, TTTTcT pTckTgTT TT dTTTTT, TxiT ThT TTcTiTT Ty prTTTiTg Back and confirm dTTTTiTT

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TT iTTTTTT TTS pTckTgT, dT ThT TTTTTwiTg:

Download package (.pbi extension file) from website hTTp://pTckTTTTTk-iTT.cTm/dTwTTTTd/TTT/

Connect the Device to PC and copy TTS package file TT TppTicTTiTTT TTTdTr TT ThT iTTTrTTT TTTrTgT

Open Main panel Applications TTcTiTT, ruT pTckTgT

file and confirm installation

After install open Configuration > Speech Synthesis >

Language and Voice and select package to use. Also in this sec- TiTT yTu cTT TTT up TpTTd TTd TTTT TT TpTTch.

in this sec - TiTT yTu cTT TTT up TpTTd TTd TTTT TT TpTTch. Bookmarks Adds

Bookmarks Adds current page to bookmarks. After adding a page to book- mTrkT iT T righT TTp cTrTTr T dTg TTr mTrk wiTT TppTTr.

All the bookmarks will be displayed in contents. To delete TTTkmTrk, TTTTcT ThT cTrrTTpTTdTTT mTTu iTTm TgTiT.

NOTE Bookmarks are not available for DjVu books

iTTm TgTiT. NOTE Bookmarks are not available for DjVu books Open Page Opens dialog window, where

Open Page Opens dialog window, where you can enter page number to go TT Tr TTTTcT TTT TT ThT rTcTTT TrTTTiTiTTT.

number to go TT Tr TTTTcT TTT TT ThT rTcTTT TrTTTiTiTTT. Settings FTr FB2, TXT, RTF,

Settings FTr FB2, TXT, RTF, HTML, SRT TTd THM TTTkT yTu cTT TTT up the most convenient reading settings: font, font size (you can TdjuTT TTTT TizT wiTh Up/Down TTvigTTiTT kTyT), TpTciTg, pTgT

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margins width, or encoding (for txt and html books). FB2 books has two refresh modes: Best Quality or High Speed (default).

has two refresh modes: Best Quality or High Speed (default). Zoom Pdf and DjVu books has

Zoom Pdf and DjVu books has Zoom menu item instead of Settings.

NTxT zTTmiTg mTdTT TrT TvTiTTTTT:

4, 9 page – preview mode, several pages on a screen

FiT widTh – TcTTiTg pTgT TT ThT TcrTTT widTh

Usual mode – one page scaling

TTTumTT – TTr rTTdiTg TTTkT wiTh cTTumTT. TT TTvi-

gate the page use navigation buttons. A page will be turned TTTTr TTTTTm TdgT TT ThT ThTTT rTTchTd

Reflow – in this mode text is formatted to display

cTmpTTTTTy TT T pTgT. YTu cTT chTTgT TTTT TizT wiTh Up TTd Down kTyT. STmT imTgTT TTd TTTTTT mTy TTT diTpTTy iT ThiT mode. Reflow mode is supported for pdf books only. TT diTpTTy cTrrTcTTy dTcumTTTT wiTh righT-TT-TTTT wriTiTg, chTck ThT cTrrTTpTTdiTg TTx.

wiTh righT-TT-TTTT wriTiTg, chTck ThT cTrrTTpTTdiTg TTx. Dictionary SiTgTT-wTrd TrTTTTTTiTT. By dTTTuTT curTTr

Dictionary SiTgTT-wTrd TrTTTTTTiTT. By dTTTuTT curTTr highTighTT ThT wTrd

TT TrTTTTTTT TTd dicTiTTTry TTTkT TTr TrTTTTTTiTT TuTTmTTicTTTy. OK TuTTTT prTTT TwiTchTT TT T TTTTTTr:

– TxiT dicTiTTTry•

– TTggTT dicTiTTTry TT TiTT viTw•

– TTggTT TT TiTgTT-wTrd viTw•

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RTTdiTg BTTkT 3 4 – TriTgT up TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TT TypT iT ThT wTrd TT TrTTTTTTT

– TriTgT up TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TT TypT iT ThT wTrd TT TrTTTTTTT

– chTTgT dicTiTTTry.up TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TT TypT iT ThT wTrd TT TrTTTTTTT • • Rotate FixTT ThT TcrTTT

TypT iT ThT wTrd TT TrTTTTTTT • – chTTgT dicTiTTTry. • Rotate FixTT ThT TcrTTT TriTTTTTiTT:

Rotate FixTT ThT TcrTTT TriTTTTTiTT: TTTTcT ThT TuiTTTTT TTT wiTh TTvi- gTTiTT kTyT Tr prTTT OK TTr TuTTmTTic TccTTTrTmTTTr-TTTTd pTgT rTTTTiTT.

ATTENTION! ScrTTT rTTTTiTT chTTgTT TTvigTTiTT kTyT mTppiTg! FTr TxTmpTT, TTTTr 90° TcrTTT rTTTTiTT pTgTT wiTT TT TurTTd wiTh Up/Down kTyT.

TcrTTT rTTTTiTT pTgTT wiTT TT TurTTd wiTh Up/Down kTyT. Notes NTTTT TTTTwT yTu TT TTvT TTvTriTT

Notes NTTTT TTTTwT yTu TT TTvT TTvTriTT TTTk TrTgmTTTT TTd mTkT handwritten records directly in the text. All the notes will be displayed in book’s table of contents.

NOTE Handwritten notes are not available for DjVu books.

After you will enter Notes, a tooltip window will appear.

TTTTT:

MTrkTr – uTT TT highTighT TTxT: TTuch ThT TTgiTTiTg TT ThT TrTgmTTT TTd TTidT TT ThT TTd. IT yTu TTTTcT TrTT, which TTrTTdy cTTTTiTT mTrkTr, ThTy wiTT TT mTrgTd. TTTTiTuTuT TTyTuT TTuch TpTTT cTTTTxT mTTu, whTrT yTu cTT Tdd TTxT cTmmTTT Tr rT- mTvT mTrkTr. IT ThT TTTTcTiTT TTrTTdy hTT cTmmTTT, yTu wiTT TT TTTT TT TdiT iT Ty TTTTcTiTg Show Comment TpTiTT.

Tr rT- mTvT mTrkTr. IT ThT TTTTcTiTT TTrTTdy hTT cTmmTTT, yTu wiTT TT TTTT TT TdiT

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STTciT – uTT TT drTw TTTTT iT ThT TTxT.RTTdiTg BTTkT 35 ErTTTr – cTTTrT mTrkTrT TTd pTTciTT. STidT ThT TTyTuT TcrTTT ThT TrTT wiTh

ErTTTr – cTTTrT mTrkTrT TTd pTTciTT. STidT ThT TTyTuT TcrTTT ThT TrTT wiTh TTTT TT TrTTT iT.RTTdiTg BTTkT 35 STTciT – uTT TT drTw TTTTT iT ThT TTxT. ScrTTTThTT – TTvTT TTTTcTTd

ScrTTTThTT – TTvTT TTTTcTTd TTxT TrTgmTTT TT T picTurT.STidT ThT TTyTuT TcrTTT ThT TrTT wiTh TTTT TT TrTTT iT. Table of Contents – opens

Table of Contents – opens the book’s Table of Contents.ScrTTTThTT – TTvTT TTTTcTTd TTxT TrTgmTTT TT T picTurT. HTTp – TpTTT T wiTdTw wiTh iTTTrucTiTTT

HTTp – TpTTT T wiTdTw wiTh iTTTrucTiTTT TT uTiTg ThT TTTTT.Table of Contents – opens the book’s Table of Contents. TTTTT TTTTT mTdT. All notes are

TTTTT TTTTT mTdT.– TpTTT T wiTdTw wiTh iTTTrucTiTTT TT uTiTg ThT TTTTT. All notes are visible from Main

All notes are visible from Main Menu (section Notes). SrTTT OK TT ThT TTTT TTiTg viTwTd TT gTT TT ThT TxTcT pTTcT iT ThT TTTk whTrT ThiT TTTT wTT crTTTTd.

USING THE STYLUS

YTu cTT uTT ThT TTyTuT whiTT rTTdiTg TTTkT.

Turning Pages TT TurT pTgT TTrwTrd, TTidT ThT TTyTuT TrTm ThT righT TT ThT TTTT TT T TTTTTm TdgT TT TcrTTT, TimiTTr TT TurT pTgTT iT pTpTr TTTk. TT gT TTT pTgT TTck TTidT TTyTuT TrTm ThT TTTT TT ThT righT, rTTpTcTivTTy.

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Zooming YTu cTT TTTT zTTm uTiTg ThT TTyTuT: TT iTcrTTTT TTidT ThT TTy- TuT TTTTTm-up TT ThT righT TdgT TT ThT TcrTTT; TT dTcrTTTT, respectively, slide the stylus down. Zooming mode depends on chTTTT TTrTiTr.

Menu To call reader’s menu, touch the center of the screen with the TTyTuT.

Bookmarks TTuch wiTh ThT TTyTuT ThT righT TTp cTrTTr TT ThT TcrTTT TT crT- TTT TTTkmTrk. TT rTmTvT TTTkmTrk, TTuch ThT TTTkmTrk TigT.

Table of Contents TT TxpTTd/cTTTTpTT ThT hiddTT TrTTchTT TT TTrucTurTd TTTTT TT cTTTTTTT, TTuch +/- TigT wiTh ThT TTyTuT, rTTpTcTivTTy. TTTTiTu- ous touch on the TOC’s item opens the context menu.

Following Links TT TTTTTw T TiTk, juTT TTuch iT wiTh ThT TTyTuT.

Software

IN THIS CHAPTER…

YTu wiTT TTTrT TTTuT TddiTiTTTT TTTTwTrT TTTTurTT TT ThT DTvicT.

FAVORITES

TTTuT TddiTiTTTT TTTTwTrT TTTTurTT TT ThT DTvicT. FAVORITES After selecting this section Library opens, displaying the

After selecting this section Library opens, displaying the books, TddTd TT FTvTriTTT.

NOTES

opens, displaying the books, TddTd TT FTvTriTTT. NOTES IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT viTw TTT ThT

IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT viTw TTT ThT TTTTT mTdT duriTg rTTd- ing. After you select a note, the table of contents of the book, where it was made, will open. After opening the note, you will TT TTTT TT TdiT iT TT dTTcriTTd TTTvT.

APPLICATIONS

will TT TTTT TT TdiT iT TT dTTcriTTd TTTvT. APPLICATIONS ThiT TTcTiTT cTTTTiTT gTmTT TTd TddiTiTTTT

ThiT TTcTiTT cTTTTiTT gTmTT TTd TddiTiTTTT TTTTwTrT.

BookLand Opens the web browser on the BookLand online bookstore web-page. About web browser see below.

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Calculator YTu cTT TTTT TTuTch ThiT TppTicTTiTT viT Calculator widgTT. ThT cTTcuTTTTr prTvidTT T widT rTTgT TT mTThTmTTicTT TpTrTTiTTT, Tuch TT: TumTricTT TTTTTiTTT, TT wTTT TT TTgicTT, cTTTTTTT, TTd TrigTTTmTTric TuTcTiTTT. ThT TTgiTTTriTg cTTcuTTTTr cTT TT uTTd TT pTrTTrm TxTrTmTTy cTmpTicTTTd cTTcuTTTiTTT.

Chess TTTTTic chTTT gTmT. YTu cTT pTTy TgTiTTT TiThTr ThT cTmpuTTr Tr TTTThTr pTrTTT.

Klondike

TTTTTic TTTiTTirT

Clock ThiT TppTicTTiTT TurTT yTur DTvicT TT T uTTTuT digiTTT TrTckTT cTTck.

Sudoku STpuTTr JTpTTTTT puzzTT.

Snake

ThT gTmT.

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PocketNews An application for adding and reading RSS feeds.

TT Tdd RSS TTwT TTTdT, TpTT RSS TTTup. STTTcT ThT Add RSS feed TpTiTT. ETTTr ThT TTTd TddrTTT uTiTg ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd.

To delete the feed, select it, open the context menu (by press - iTg ThT Menu TuTTTT) TTd TTTTcT ThT Delete cTmmTTd.

To edit the feed, select it, open the context menu (by pressing ThT Menu TuTTTT) TTd TTTTcT Edit cTmmTTd. EdiT ThT TTTd Td- drTTT uTiTg ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd.

TT updTTT TTTd, TTTTcT Update iT ThT TppTicTTiTT mTTu. WhTT updating RSS feeds, updated content is added to the file with .hrss extension, and the file will be accessible for reading af- TTr updTTiTg. ThT TTwT dTwTTTTdiTg TTTTuT iT diTpTTyTd whiTT updating. After the update file is available for reading off-line uTiTg ThT TrTwTTr.

TT rTTd TTTTTT TTTdT, TTTTcT Read the latest news TpTiTT iT ThT application’s menu. The latest downloaded RSS feed updates TpTT iT TrTwTTr

News Archive: Ty TTTTcTiTg ThiT TpTiTT yTu cTT chTTTT TT rTTd ThT prTviTuTTy TTTrTd updTTiTg RSS TTTdT.

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Browser Application for viewing web-pages. After opening the browser, yTu wiTT TT TTkTd TT cTTTTcT TT TTT TT ThT TvTiTTTTT TTTwTrkT.

TT TTvigTTT ThT TrTwTTr uTT ThT TTyTuT, TT TTTTr wTT-TddrTTTTT TTd TThTr TTxT iTTTrmTTiTT – TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd.

Scribble Application for drawing. To use this application your touch TcrTTT muTT TT prTciTTTy cTTiTrTTTd. YTu muTT drTw TT ThT TcrTTT wiTh ThT TTyTuT hTTd pTrpTTdicuTTr TT ThT TcrTTT TurTTcT.

ATTENTION YTu cTT TTTy drTw wiTh ThT TTyTuT TT yTur dTvicT whTT the touchscreen is active (the device is in normal mode marked by grTTT LED TighT).

TT TTTTcT ThT drTwiTg TTTT, uTT ThT TppTicTTiTT cTTTrTT pTTTT:

TTxT: TTTTcT ThT pTTiTiTT TTd TizT TT ThT TTxT TTx. TTxT iT TTTTrTd wiTh ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrdTTTTcT ThT drTwiTg TTTT, uTT ThT TppTicTTiTT cTTTrTT pTTTT: STTciT: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg ThiT TiTTT

STTciT: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg ThiT TiTTTTT ThT TTxT TTx. TTxT iT TTTTrTd wiTh ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd MTrkTr: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg

MTrkTr: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg Thick TiTTTThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd STTciT: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg ThiT TiTTT ErTTTr: T TTTT TTr rTmTviTg TiTTT

ErTTTr: T TTTT TTr rTmTviTg TiTTT TTd TTxTkTyTTTrd STTciT: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg ThiT TiTTT MTrkTr: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg Thick TiTTT BTck:

BTck: cTTcTT ThT TTTT TpTrTTiTTSTTciT: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg ThiT TiTTT MTrkTr: T TTTT TTr drTwiTg Thick TiTTT ErTTTr: T

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TurrTTT drTwiTg/TTTTT TumTTr TT drTwiTgT: chTTgT ThT currTTT drTwiTgSTTTwTrT 41 NTw: TTTrT T TTw drTwiTg DTTTTT drTwiTg ExiT TppTicTTiTT. TT TTvT T picTurT, cTick

NTw: TTTrT T TTw drTwiTgdrTwiTg/TTTTT TumTTr TT drTwiTgT: chTTgT ThT currTTT drTwiTg DTTTTT drTwiTg ExiT TppTicTTiTT. TT TTvT T picTurT,

DTTTTT drTwiTgchTTgT ThT currTTT drTwiTg NTw: TTTrT T TTw drTwiTg ExiT TppTicTTiTT. TT TTvT T picTurT, cTick

ExiT TppTicTTiTT.ThT currTTT drTwiTg NTw: TTTrT T TTw drTwiTg DTTTTT drTwiTg TT TTvT T picTurT, cTick ThT

TT TTvT T picTurT, cTick ThT New Picture icTT. ThT currTTT picTurT wiTT TT TTvTd TT ThT My Pictures TTTdTr iT ThT rTTT TTTdTr TT ThT DTvicT.

DICTIONARY

TTTdTr iT ThT rTTT TTTdTr TT ThT DTvicT. DICTIONARY ETTTr T wTrd TrTm TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd, TTd

ETTTr T wTrd TrTm TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd, TTd ThT TppTicTTiTT will find its translation. To hide/show the on-screen keyboard, prTTT OK TuTTTT. TT chTTgT dicTiTTTry, prTTT Menu TuTTTT Tr TTuch ThT icTT TT ThT righT TTp cTrTTr wiTh ThT TTyTuT, TTTTcT ThT dicTiTTTry TrTm ThT TiTT TTd prTTT OK.

Installation of Free *.dic Dictionaries

1. Open on your PC www.pTckTTTTTk-iTT.cTm wTTTiTT

TTd TTTTcT yTur TTTguTgT

2. FiTd yTur DTvicT mTdTT uTdTr SuppTrT TTcTiTT

3. Under Dictionaries subsection find needed diction-

Try TTd dTwTTTTd iT

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4. Unpack the archive to your PC

5. Connect the Device to PC and copy dictionary (*.dic

files) to the Device into folder system > dictionaries.

MUSIC

to the Device into folder system > dictionaries . MUSIC ThiT MTiT MTTu iTTm iT dTTigTTd

ThiT MTiT MTTu iTTm iT dTTigTTd TTr yTu TT TiTTTT TT yTur TT- vTriTT MS3 muTic.

ATTENTION MuTic pTTyTr iT ThT mTTT TTTrgy-cTTTumiTg TppTicT- TiTT. IT ThT muTic pTTyTr iT TTTTTTd, T TTTT icTT iT diTpTTyTd TT ThT TTTTuT TTr.

TT TiTTTT TT muTic TT yTur DTvicT:

Download МР3 audio files into the Device memory

Tr iTTTrTTT micrTSD-cTrd

Open Music TTcTiTT TrTm MTiT MTTu. ThT TppTicT-

tion will automatically scan memory for MP3 files

Select a track to play at first and press OK.

The top part of the player displays the name of the file that is TTiTg pTTyTd TTck TTd ThT pTTyTiTT. ThT TTTTTm pTrT TT ThT pTTyTr diTpTTyT ThT pTTyTTck cTTTrTT pTTTT.

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Player Controls

• OК TuTTTT – STTy/STuTT

Left/Right TuTTTTT:

ShTrT prTTT – TTxT/prTviTuT TrTck iT ThT pTTyTiTT

LTTg prTTT – TTTT-TTrwTrd/rTwiTd TrTck

Menu TuTTTT – chTTgT pTTyTTck mTdT

One track

All tracks in order

Shuffle.

Forward/Backward TTd Volume +/- – TdjuTT vTTumT

SrTTT Return TT TxiT ThT pTTyTr.

PHOTO

TdjuTT vTTumT • SrTTT Return TT TxiT ThT pTTyTr. PHOTO IT ThiT mTdT ThT Photo TTTdTr

IT ThiT mTdT ThT Photo TTTdTr TpTTT. YTu cTT viTw imTgT iT TThTr TTTdTrT Ty gTiTg up TT TTT TTvTT TTd TTTTcTiTg T TTTdTr.

Section menu (hardware Menu button) allows sorting files by name or by creation date, adjusting section appearance (short/ full/thumbnails) and displaying files depending on their loca- tion (all memory/internal storage/external micro SD card).

FiTT cTTTTxT mTTu TTTTwT TpTTiTg, rTTTmiTg, mTviTg TT TTTdTr, deleting or sending file via Bluetooth.

Use the navigation keys or Forward/Backward kTyT TT TurT ThT imTgTT. IT TddiTiTT, yTu cTT TTuTch T TTidT-ThTw Ty TTTTcTiTg ThT cTrrTTpTTdiTg cTTTTxT mTTu iTTm.

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SEARCH

STTTwTrT 44 SEARCH After you open this Main menu section, the on-screen keyboard will appear. Enter

After you open this Main menu section, the on-screen keyboard will appear. Enter text in file name, title or author name, and TppTicTTiTT wiTT TpTT TTuTd TTTkT TiTT.

Using the context menu of the list, you will be able to open a TTTk, viTw iTT iTTT, mTrk TT rTTd/uTrTTd, Tdd TT TTvTriTTT; TTTd TTTk viT BTuTTTTTh, rTTTmT, mTvT TT TTTThTr TTTdTr, cTpy/ move to SD card (if the file is stored on the internal storage) or delete book; configure appearance and sorting of the list and go to file location.

Network Connections

IN THIS CHAPTER…

You will learn how to preconfigure network connections to go TTTiTT Tr cTmmuTicTTT wiTh TThTr dTvicTT.

To configure connection, enter the section Configuration > Connectivity.

ETTTr ThT DTvicT TTmT, viTiTTT TT TThTr TTTwTrk TquipmTTT, uTdTr ThT Device name TTcTiTT. TT TTTTcT TTTwTrk TccTTT mTdT, prTTT Access to network TTd chTTTT on, off, Tr Ask user. Under Preferred connection section select one of the preconfigured cTTTTcTiTTT TT TT uTTd Ty dTTTuTT.

BLUETOOTH

The access by Bluetooth option serves to transfer files between dTvicTT viT ThT wirTTTTT TTTwTrk. ThT DTvicT viTiTiTiTy iT TTT iT Bluetooth connections section (off/hidden/visible). Bluetooth cTTTTcTiTT iT TTTT uTTd TT TccTTT ThT ITTTrTTT viT T cTTT phTTT.

1. STTTcT Configuration > Connectivity > Bluetooth con-

nections > Bluetooth GPRS. STTTcT ThT cTTTTcTiTT yTu wTTT TT configure. By default, non-preset connections are named Con- nection No…

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2. SrTTT Connection Name TTd TTTTr TTmT TrTm ThT TT-

TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TppTTrTd

3. SrTTT Connect via. ThT DTvicT wiTT TTTrch TTr TvTiT-

TTTT BTuTTTTTh dTvicTT. STTTcT ThT dTvicT TT cTTTTcT TT TrTm ThT TiTT

4. Set an access point name (APN), username and pass-

wTrd uTdTr ThT cTrrTTpTTdiTg TTcTiTTT

NOTE APN, username and password can be provided by your mobile operator. Your cell phone (or other device) should have preconfig- urTd GSRS cTTTTcTiTT

5. Open Disconnect when idle (min) TTd TTTTcT T vTTuT

TrTm ThT drTp-dTwT TiTT

6. Preset a proxy server (if necessary): select Proxy con-

figuration and enter connection parameters (proxy server name, pTrT, uTTrTTmT TTd pTTTwTrd) TrTm ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd

7. Sr TTT Test connection to check network configuration.

ThT mTTTTgT Connecting wiTT TppTTr. IT cTTTTcTiTT TTiTT yTu cTT TTTk ThrTugh ThT TvTTT TTg.

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Connecting Bluetooth Audio Device YTu cTT cTTTTcT T BTuTTTTTh TudiT dTvicT TT TiTTTT TT ThT mu- Tic Tr TTxT-TT-SpTTch.

NOTE YTu cTT cTTTTcT T BTuTTTTTh TudiT dTvicT ThTT uTTT ThT A2DP Bluetooth-profile. Conventional Bluetooth headset for mobile phones works using the headset and hands free profile.

To connect an A2DP audio device, create a connection profile:

1. STTTcT Configuration > Connectivity > Bluetooth con-

nections > Bluetooth Audio Devices. STTTcT ThT cTTTTcTiTT yTu want to configure. By default, non-preset connections are TTmTd Connection No…

2. SrTTT Connection Name TTd TTTTr TTmT TrTm ThT TT-

TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TppTTrTd

3. SrTTT Connect via. ThT DTvicT wiTT TTTrch TTr TvTiT-

TTTT BTuTTTTTh dTvicTT. STTTcT ThT dTvicT TT cTTTTcT TT TrTm ThT TiTT

NOTE A list of all Bluetooth devices that are compatible with your Device will be displayed (all nearby Bluetooth devices that are ena- bled will be displayed, not only A2DP).

4. Open Disconnect when idle (min) TTd TTTTcT T vTTuT

TrTm ThT drTp-dTwT TiTT

5. To link to an A2DP audio device, you must enable the

cTTTTcTiTT Ty prTTTiTg ThT Turn on? TpTiTT.

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Upon completing the connection it will be necessary to enter T BTuTTTTTh SIN, iT ThTuTd TT prTvidTd Ty ThT TudiT dTvicT manufacturer. PIN is required for the first connection only. After the connection TTd icTTT wiTT TppTTr iT TTTTuT TTr.

After the connection TTd icTTT wiTT TppTTr iT TTTTuT TTr. NOTE Playback control with A2DP device
After the connection TTd icTTT wiTT TppTTr iT TTTTuT TTr. NOTE Playback control with A2DP device

NOTE Playback control with A2DP device (e.g. play/pause, next/pre- viTuT TrTck dTvicT TuTTTTT) iT TTT TuppTr TTd rTcTTTTy.

To disconnect audio device, return to the profile configuration and select off in Turn on? section. Alternatively, you can touch icTT wiTh TTyTuT TTd TTTTcT DiTcTTTTcT iT diTTTg wiTdTw appeared (not applicable for 602 and 902 models).

wiTdTw appeared (not applicable for 602 and 902 models). Connecting Bluetooth Keyboard YTu cTT cTTTTcT T

Connecting Bluetooth Keyboard YTu cTT cTTTTcT T BTuTTTTTh kTyTTTrd TT TimpTiTy TTvigTTiTT TTd TTTTriTg TTxT.

1. STTTcT Configuration > Connectivity > Bluetooth con-

nections > Bluetooth Keyboard. STTTcT ThT cTTTTcTiTT yTu wTTT to configure. By default, non-preset connections are named Connection No…

2. SrTTT Connection Name TTd TTTTr TTmT TrTm ThT TT-

TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TppTTrTd

3. SrTTT Connect via. ThT DTvicT wiTT TTTrch TTr TvTiT-

TTTT BTuTTTTTh dTvicTT. STTTcT ThT dTvicT TT cTTTTcT TT TrTm ThT TiTT

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NOTE A list of all Bluetooth devices that are compatible with your Device will be displayed (all nearby Bluetooth devices that are ena- TTTd wiTT TT diTpTTyTd, TTT TTTy kTyTTTrd).

4. Open Disconnect when idle (min) TTd TTTTcT T vTTuT

TrTm ThT drTp-dTwT TiTT

5. TT TiTk TT T kTyTTTrd, TTTTTT ThT cTTTTcTiTT Ty prTTT-

iTg ThT Turn on? TpTiTT.

Upon completing the connection enter PIN from the on-screen kTyTTTrd TTd rT-TypT iT TT ThT BTuTTTTTh TTT. SIN iT rTquirTd for the first connection only. After the connection TTd Kb icTTT wiTT TppTTr iT TTTTuT TTr.

the connection TTd Kb icTTT wiTT TppTTr iT TTTTuT TTr. To disconnect audio device, return to

To disconnect audio device, return to the profile configuration TTd TTTTcT TTT iT Turn on? section. Alternatively, you can touch Kb icTT wiTh TTyTuT TTd TTTTcT DiTcTTTTcT iT diTTTg wiTdTw appeared (not applicable for 602 and 902 models).

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CONFIGURING WI-FI CONNECTION

1. STTTcT Configuration > Connectivity > Bluetooth con-

nections > Bluetooth Audio Devices. STTTcT ThT cTTTTcTiTT yTu want to configure. By default, non-preset connections are TTmTd Connection No…

2. SrTTT Network name (SSID) TTd TTTTcT ThT TccTTT

pTiTT TrTm ThT TiTT

3. TTTTTcTiTT TTmT wiTT TurT TT ThT TTTwTrk TTmT. IT

yTu wTTT TT rTTTmT ThT cTTTTcTiTT, prTTT Connection Name TTd TTTTr TTmT TrTm ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd TppTTrTd

4. STT TTcrypTiTT TypT TrTm ThT Security drTp-dTwT TiTT

NOTE After selecting WEP encryption it’s necessary to select WEP Authentication type: either Open System or Shared Key. System can- TTT rTcTgTizT TuThTTTicTTiTT mTThTd TuTTmTTicTTTy.

ETcrypTiTT iT TTT TTT Ty dTTTuTT. WhTT TTTTcTiTg ThT TypT TT TT- crypTiTT, ThT TTx TTr TTTTriTg TT TccTTT cTdT wiTT TT diTpTTyTd

NOTE You can use up to 64 characters in your password for WEP- SSK TTcTdiTg.

5. Open Disconnect when idle (min) TTd TTTTcT T vTTuT

TrTm ThT drTp-dTwT TiTT

6. STTTcT Network Settings, TTd prTTT OK TT IP-address

Configuration TTd TTTTcT TrTm ThT drTp-dTwT mTTu:

a) DHCP (if a DHCP server is configured in the

TTTwTrk)

b) MTTuTT – TTT ThT TTTwTrk pTrTmTTTrT mTTuTTTy

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7. Preset a proxy server (if necessary): select Proxy con -

figuration and enter connection parameters (proxy server name, pTrT, uTTrTTmT TTd pTTTwTrd) TrTm ThT TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd

8. SrTTT Test connection to check network configuration.

ThT mTTTTgT Connecting wiTT TppTTr. IT cTTTTcTiTT TTiTT yTu cTT TTTk ThrTugh ThT TvTTT TTg.

NOTE YTu cTT uTT Wi-Fi TT cTTTTcT TT ThT ITTTrTTT. YTu cTTTTT transfer files over the Wi-Fi network. The Device can connect to a Wi-Fi TccTTT pTiTT wiTh T hiddTT SSID TTTwTrk TTmT. ThT DTvicT can connect to a Wi-Fi access point with enabled filtering of MAC TddrTTTTT.

CLOSING NETWORK CONNECTIONS

TT TTrmiTTTT TTT ThT TTTwTrk cTTTTcTiTTT, gT TT Configuration > Connectivity >Access to network TTd TTT ThiT pTrTmTTTr TT off.

Configuration

IN THIS CHAPTER…

You will learn how configure the interface and software fea- TurTT TT ThT DTvicT TTr ThT mTTT cTmTTrTTTTT uTTgT. ThTTgTT you’ve made in Configuration will be applied after you will exit ThiT TTcTiTT.

Registration ThiT mTTu iTTm iT diTpTTyTd TTTy iT ThT DTvicT iT TTT rTgiT- tered at BookLand online bookstore (www.TTTkTTTd.TTT). ThT Device will be registered automatically during the first Inter- TTT cTTTTcTiTT.

NOTE DuriTg ThT rTgiTTrTTiTT TTTy TTriTT TumTTr TT ThT DTvicT iT TTTT. RTgiTTrTTiTT iT rTTTTTd TT ThT pTrTicuTTr DTvicT TTTy TTd iT TTT rTTTTTd TT BTTkLTTd TccTuTT.

About device ThT TTTTTwiTg iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT DTvicT wiTT TT diTpTTyTd:

model, serial number, software version, RAM size, E-ink pa- rameters, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth MAC addresses, total and free mTmTry TT ThT iTTTrTTT TTTrTgT TTd TT SD-cTrd.

After pressing More… TuTTTT ThT iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT TTTTwTrT wiTT TT diTpTTyTd.

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Language Select the Device’s interface language.

Keyboard Under this section you can add up to 3 keyboard layouts and TTT ThT kTyTTTrd TTyTuT TwiTchiTg TTr BTuTTTTTh kTyTTTrd.

User Profiles Here you can configure up to 6 user profiles (5 can be stored in the internal storage and 1 – on micro SD card). Each profile stores individual books’ status, last opened books, bookmarks, notes, favorites and preconfigured network connections.

To add new profile, open the corresponding item. You will be suggested to set destination (local memory or SD card) and to enter the name from on-screen keyboard. After this current above-mentioned parameters will be stored at this profile.

To active profile open the profile you need. In profile context menu you can change avatar, duplicate profile to a new one (to the SD card or internal storage either), rename or delete profile.

Appearance HTrT yTu cTT TTTTcT ThT TppTTrTTcT pTrTmTTTrT:

Theme

Interface font. If you’d like to use your own font, copy its files to the system/fonts iTTTrTTT TTTrTgT TTTdTr

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Main menu – TTTTcT MTiT mTTu TTTmTTTT TTyTuT

Screen orientation – TTTTcT ThT mTTT TuiTTTTT TTr yTu Tr TTTTcT auto TTr TccTTTrTmTTTr-TTTTd

NOTE ThT TTvigTTiTT kTy mTp mTy chTTgT TT yTu chTTgT TriTTTT- TiTT TrTm pTrTrTiT TT TTTdTcTpT.

Boot logo – startup image. If you’d like use your own, cTpy iT TT system/logo iTTTrTTT TTTrTgT TTTdTr

Power-off logo – ThT imTgT wiTT TT diTpTTyTd whTT ThT DTvicT iT TTT

Text rendering – gTTd quTTiTy Tr TTT TTTiTTiTTTd

(faster)

Full page update – TTTTcT ThT TmTuTT TT pTgT TurTTd

TTTTrT ThT TcrTTT wiTT TT updTTTd cTmpTTTTTy. Always prTvidTT ThT TTTT quTTiTy, TuT cTTTumTT ThT mTTT pTwTr

Warn if the file is too large – iT ThiT TTTTiTg iT TT, ThT

Device will show a notification when you try to open file larger ThTT 20 MB.

Key mapping IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT rTmTp hTrdwTrT kTyT TcTiTTT iT gTTTr- al, for reading pdf and DjVu books, or for reading other format TTTkT. TT chTTgT kTy TcTiTT, TTTTcT iT TrTm ThT TiTT, prTTT OK TTd chTTTT TcTiTT TrTm ThT TiTT.

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Clock IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu wiTT TT TTTT TT TTT dTTT, TimT, TimT zTTT TTd cTTck TTrmTT. Update clock item defines how often the clock at TTTTuT TTr wiTT TT updTTTd duriTg rTTdiTg: TT pTgT TurT, TvTry time or disabled at all. Also you can set idle time before lock- iTg kTyTTTrd TTd TuTTmTTic pTwTr TTT.

Open at Startup HTrT yTu cTT TTT TiThTr TpTT TTTT TpTTTd TTTk Tr mTiT mTTu.

Connectivity

IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT TTT pTrTmTTrTT TTTdTd TTr TTTwTrk TTd USB connections.

Device name – TTT ThT DTvicT TTmT TTr TThTr TTTwTrk

TquipmTTT

Access to network – define, if the network connection

is on, off or ask user, when it’s necessary (e.g. for browser)

Preffered connection – ThT cTTTTcTiTT wiTT TT uTTd Ty

dTTTuTT

Bluetooth access – TurT TT/TTT BTuTTTTTh mTduTT, TTd TTT viTiTTiTiTy TTr TThTr BTuTTTTTh dTvicTT

Bluetooth connections

Wireless connections

CDMA/3G connections (903 and 603 models only)

Change PIN for SIM card

Turn off PIN request

Pre-configure wireless connections. See more in Net-

work Connections chTpTTr.

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USB mode – set how the Device handles USB connec- TiTT: ST TiTk, chTrgT Tr TTk uTTr.

Speech Synthesis

IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT TTT pTrTmTTTrT TTr TTS:

Language and voice – TTTTcT ThT TTS pTckTgT

Speed of Speech

Tone.

Maintenance

This section allows you to configure system parameters.

Update software – ThT DTvicT wiTT TTTrch TTr updTTTT

in the following order: internal storage, microSD card (if in- TTTTTTd) TTd ITTTrTTT.

Removing packages – rTmTvT dicTiTTTriTT TTd TTS

pTckTgTT. ThTck iTTmT TT uTiTTTTTT, prTTT Back TT TxiT ThT TTc- tion and confirm removal in dialog window

Configure dictionaries – uTdTr ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT

uncheck dictionaries you don’t want to be displayed in the list duriTg ThT TrTTTTTTiTT Tr iT Dictionary TppTicTTiTT

Format internal memory – ThiT TcTiTT wiTT TrTTT all data, except system files.

CAUTION! IT yTu TTTd TT TrTTT TTT dTTT TT ThT DTvicT, uTT ThiT TTT- ture only, don’t try to format the Device internal memory via PC.

Clean state – ThT DTvicT TTTTT wiTT TT rTTTT TT TTcTTry

default settings, erasing user settings. Other data (e.g. books,

music, photos) won’t be lost

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Update interval – TTT ThT iTTTrvTT TT chTck TTr updTTTT

Calibrate g-sensor – put the Device on a flat horizon- TTT TurTTcT TTd prTTT TTy TuTTTT

Remove ADE authorization.

Library

ThiT TTcTiTT iT iTTTTdTd TTr TpTimizTTiTT TT LiTrTry dTTTTTTTd.

Library Data Update – TTT ThT pTrTmTTTrT TTr LiTrTry dTTTTTTT updTTT:

Off – database won’t be updated

Once – dTTTTTTT wiTT TT updTTTd TTTTr TxiT TrTm

Configuration TTcTiTT, ThT pTrTmTTTr wiTT TT TTT TT Off TT- TTr updTTT

Automatically – dTTTTTTT wTuTd TT updTTT TTTTr

each Library opening and copying/removal of books (in- cTudiTg micrTSD cTrd chTTgT).

Optmize Database – rTmTvT TTd dTTTTTTT TTTriTT. TT

ruT TpTimizTTiTT TTT ThT pTrTmTTTr TT Once TTd TxiT Configura- tion. ThT pTrTmTTTr wiTT TT TTT TT Off TTTTr TpTimizTTiTT.

Protect configurations by password IT ThiT TTcTiTT yTu cTT prTTTcT yTur TTTTiTg Ty pTTTwTrd. STTTcT Set password TTcTiTT TTd TypT ThT pTTTwTrd TrTm TT-TcrTTT kTyTTTrd. NTw TTch TimT yTu Try TT TTTTr Configuration TTc- TiTT, yTu wiTT TT TTkTd TT TTTTr ThT pTTTwTrd. YTu cTT rTmTvT Tr chTTgT pTTTwTrd Ty TTTTcTiTg ThT cTrrTTpTTdiTg iTTm. TT prTcTTd, yTu wiTT TT TTkTd TT TTTTr ThT pTTTwTrd TTcT mTrT.

Firmware Update

WARNING! Firmware Update is a responsible operation, during which mTTTgTmTTT TTTTwTrT TT T-TTTk wiTT TT chTTgTd. IT cTTT TT imprTpTr TxTcuTiTT cTTTrTT prTgrTm mTy TT dTmTgTd TTd wiTT rT- quirT TrTTTmTTT iT ThT TTrvicT cTTTTr. STTTTT pTrTTrm ThT upgrTdT prTcTdurT iT TccTrdTTcT wiTh ThT iTTTrucTiTTT TTTTw.

There are 2 ways to update the Device firmware.

Automatic Update TT TTTrT TuTTmTTic TTTTwTrT updTTT TTTTcT Settings > Mainte - nance > Update software.

ThT DTvicT wiTT TTgiT TT chTck TvTiTTTTT updTTT TTurcTT iT ThT TTTTTwiTg TrdTr:

ITTTrTTT mTmTry

MicrT SD cTrd

ITTTrTTT.

IT dTTTuTT ITTTrTTT cTTTTcTiTT iT TTT TTT, ThT DTvicT wiTT TTk TT cTTTTcT TT TTT TT TvTiTTTTT wirTTTTT TTTwTrkT.

Also you can set period of automatic updates check (Settings > Maintenance > Update interval). IT ThiT cTTT, ThT DTvicT wiTT uTT Wi-Fi cTTTTcTiTT TTTy.

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Manual Update

1. Open

cTuTTry

site

www.pTckTTTTTk-iTT.cTm.

STTTcT

yTur

2. TTick ThT Support TuTTTT TT TTp mTTu. STTTcT hTrd-

wTrT mTdTT TT yTur DTvicT

3. DTwTTTTd ThT FirmwTrT TT yTur ST

4. Unpack the content of the archive, file SWUPDATE.

BIN TTd cTpy iT TT ThT rTTT TTTdTr TT MicrTSD-TTrd Tr iTTTrTTT DTvicT TTTrTgT

5. SwiTch TTT STckTTBTTk SrT Ty prTTTiTg TuTTTT On/Off

6. SwiTch TT STckTTBTTk SrT Ty prTTTiTg On/Off

7. Duri T g TTTT pr TTT TT d h TT d TTT h Backward TT d For -

ward TuTTTTT TimuTTTTTTuTTy uTTiT ThT mTTTTgT Firmware up- date… iT diTpTTyTd TT ThT TcrTTT

8. FTTTTw ThT TT-TcrTTT iTTTrucTiTTT

9. WTiT TTr ThT mTTTTgT TT ThT TcrTTT: Please connect

power cable, and then connect USB cable to PocketBook Pro WTiT uTTiT yTu Press central Key… on the screen

NOTE YTu cTT chTck yTur FirmwTrT vTrTiTT iT Main menu > Configu- ration > About device

NOTE If the firmware file is located in the Device’s root folder, it will have a higher priority in comparison with the file stored on the SD cTrd duriTg ThT updTTT prTcTTT.

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Troubleshooting

ErrTr MTTTTgT

RTTTTT

TTrrTcTiTT MTThTd

No upgrade image found

file SWUPDATE. BIN cTTTTT TT TTuTd TT ThT Mi- crT SD cTrd. MTkT sure the file is in ThT rTTT TTTdTr TT ThT cTrd.

Try TT TTrmTT yTur MicrT SD card (make a backup copies of TTT iTT cTTTTTT priTr TT TTrmTT- ting) and copy the file to the rTTT TT ThT TmpTy cTrd. IT ThiT TrrTr pTrTiTTT, uTT TTTThTr cTrd.

Upgrade image is corrupted or Im- age is empty

SWUPDATE.BIN file is damaged or ThTrT iT TT TpTcT TvTiTTTTT TT ThT MicrT SD cTrd.

Delete some files from your card and copy SWUPDATE.BIN file on it one more time. Repeat ThT dTwTTTTd TrTm www. pTckTTTTTk-iTT.cTm. IT ThiT Tr- rTr rTpTTTT, uTT TThTr cTrd.

File read error

ITcTrrTcT MicrT SD cTrd

Try TT uTT TTTThTr MicrTSD cTrd

Error. A different firmware version is installed on the device

A firmware file of TT TTdTr vTrTiTT iT TTTrTd iT ThT dTvicT iTTTrTTT mTmTry.

DTTTTT ThT TTd vTrTiTT TT ThT firmware file from the Device’s iTTTrTTT mTmTry rTTT TTTdTr

Troubleshooting

Malfunciton

Possible Reason

Solution

DTvicT dTTT TTT TurT TT Tr TurTT TT TuT TTTy ThT TTgT iT TTTdTd

BTTTTry iT TTw

ThTrgT ThT TTTTTry

A book does not open - ThT mTTTTgT Book is probably damaged or protected TppTTrT, Tr TTThiTg hTppTTT TT TTT

ThT TTTk iT dTmTgTd

IT ThT TTTk wTT dTwTTTTdTd TrTm ThT TTTiTT TTTrT Try TT rT- load it again. If the file TpTTT TT yTur ST, TuT dTTT TTT TpTT TT ThT DTvicT, TTvT ThT TTTk iT TTTThTr TTrmTT.

HTmT TTTk TpTTT TuT iT diTpTTyTd iTcTrrTcTTy.

   

FTr TxTmpTT, ThTrT TrT TmpTy pTgTT, TTmT pTrT TT ThT TTxT iT miTTiTg TTc.

HTML-files contain TTT-TTxT TTTmTTTT (frames, JAVA-scripts, flash-elements)

STvT ThT pTgT iT TXT TTrmTT

BTTk TpTTT TuT vTri- TuT TymTTTT, quTTTiTT marks etc. Are dis- pTTyTd iTTTTTd TT TTTTTrT

ITcTrrTcT TTcTdiTg

SwiTch TT rTTdiTg mTdT, TTTTcT Settings TTd chTTgT TTcTdiTg

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Malfunciton

Possible Reason

Solution

NT rTTpTTTT whTT yTu prTTT TTy kTy

Sometimes (e.g., when dTwTTTTdiTg dTm- TgTd Tr TTT TTrgT TTTkT) ThT DTvicT mTy TrTTzT

TTTTT ThT TrTzTT TppTi- cTTiTT Ty prTTTiTg ThT Return key for 1–2 sec TTd dTTTTT TTTk TrTm task list. If this doesn’t hTTp, prTTT Reset TT ThT rTTr pTTTT TT rT- TTTd yTur dTvicT.

 

YTur DTvicT iT iT ThT TTTTTry chTrgiTg mTdT.

Check USB mode in Configuration MTiT MTTu iTTm. STT Con- nection to PC Tr Ask at Connection

After connection to PC diTkT TrT TTT diTpTTyTd iT ExpTTrTr

NT TigTTT iT cTTTTc- TiTT cTTTT

Check USB cable con- diTiTT TTd iTT prTpTr cTTTTcTiTT TT cTTTTc- TTr. Try TT cTTTTcT ThT USB-cable to another cTTTTcTTr

BTTkmTrkT, TTTTiTgT TTd currTTT pTTiTiTT iT file cannot be saved

FiTT TyTTTm dTmTgTd

TTTTTcT ThT dTvicT TT T ST TTd chTck diTkT. TT prTcTTd, TpTT My Computer, righT-cTick TT ThT TTTTcTTd diTk TTd TTTTcT Properties >Service > Check Disk

ITTTrTTT mTmTry iT TuTT

DTTTTT TTTkT, imTgTT and/or music files that yTu dT TTT TTTd

TrTuTTTThTTTiTg

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Malfunciton

Possible Reason

Solution

BTTTTry diTchTrgTT TTT TTTT

Configuration > Clock iT MTiT MTTu. STTTcT TuTTmTTic TurT TTT TimT iT Auto Turn Off in… item

DiTTTTTd TuTTmTTic TurTiTg TTT

MuTic pTTyTr iT iT TTckgrTuTd mTdT. ThT muTic pTTyTr iT TTT TT ThT mTTT TTTrgy-cTT- suming application. A TTTT icTT iT ThT righT TTwTr cTrTTr iTdicTTTT ThTT ThT pTTyTr iT TcTivT

TurT TTT ThT pTTyTr

Customer Support

FTr dTTTiTTd iTTTrmTTiTT TTTuT TTrvicT cTTTTrT iT yTur cTuTTry pTTTTT uTT cTTTTcTT TTTTw:

Web site:

hTTp://www.pTckTTTTTk-iTT.cTm/TuppTrT/

E-mail:

TTrvicT@pTckTTTTTk-iTT.cTm

Telephone:

Deutschland USA Российская Федерация Україна Қазақстан Беларусь

0-800-183-39-70

1-877-326-01-96

8-800-700-00-34

0-800-304-800

8-800-333-35-13

8-820-0011-02-62

Compliance with International Standards

The EUT should be supplied by USB port from complied Limited STwTr STurcT TT pTrTTTTT cTmpuTTr Tr TTTTTTTk.

The EUT should be supplied by Adapter from complied Limited STwTr STurcT.

AC Power Manufacturer: FLEET Model: FCC050100U Rated output voltage: DC 5V 1A

FLEET Model: FCC050100U Rated output voltage: DC 5V 1A ThiT TquipmTTT iT mTrkTd wiTh the 0984

ThiT TquipmTTT iT mTrkTd wiTh the 0984 symbol and can be uTTd ThrTughTuT ThT EurTpTTT cTmmuTiTy.

This indicates compliance with the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/ ET TTd mTTTT ThT rTTTvTTT pTrTT TT TTTTTwiTg TTchTicTT specifications:

TTmpTiTTcT wiTh ITTTrTTTiTTTT STTTdTrdT

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EN 300 328 V1.7.1 – ETTcTrTmTgTTTic cTmpTTiTiTiTy

and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission Systems; Data transport equipment operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM TTTd TTd uTiTg widT TTTd mTduTTTiTT TTchTiquTT;

HTrmTTizTd EN cTvTriTg TTTTTTiTT rTquirTmTTTT uTdTr TrTicTT 3.2 TT ThT R&TTE DirTcTivT

EN301489-1V1.8.1–ETTcTrTmTgTTTiccTmpTTiTiTiTy

and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic

Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements

ETSI EN 301 489-7 V1.2.1 ETTcTrTmTgTTTic

compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 7: Specific conditions for mobile

TTd pTrTTTTT rTdiT TTd TTciTTTry TquipmTTT TT digiTTT cTTTuTTr radio telecommunications systems (GSM and DCS)

EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1 – ETTcTrTmTgTTTic

compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); EMC standard

for radio equipment and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for 2.4 GHz wideband transmission systems and 5 GHz high performance RLAN equipment

ETSI EN 301 489-24 V1.4.1 – ETTcTrTmTgTTTic

compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 24: Specific conditions for IMT- 2000 CDMA Direct Spread (UTRA) for Mobile and portable (UE) rTdiT TTd TTciTTTry TquipmTTT

TTmpTiTTcT wiTh ITTTrTTTiTTTT STTTdTrdT

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ETSI EN 301 511 V9.0.2 – GTTTTT SyTTTm TTr MTTiTT

communications (GSM); Harmonized EN for mobile stations in the GSM 900 and GSM 1 800 bands covering essential rTquirTmTTTT uTdTr TrTicTT 3.2 TT ThT R&TTE dirTcTivT

(1999/5/EC)

ETSI EN 301 908-1 V3.2.1 – ETTcTrTmTgTTTic

compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Base Stations (BS), Repeaters and User Equipment (UE) for IMT-2000 Third- Generation cellular networks; Part 1: Harmonized EN for IMT-2000, iTTrTducTiTT TTd cTmmTT rTquirTmTTTT, cTvTriTg TTTTTTiTT rTquirTmTTTT TT TrTicTT 3.2 TT ThT R&TTE DirTcTivT

EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009 – ITTTrmTTiTT

technology equipment – Safety – Part 1: General requirements

EN 62311: 2008 – Assessment of electronic and

TTTcTricTT TquipmTTT rTTTTTd TT humTT TxpTTurT rTTTricTiTTT for electromagnetic fields (0 Hz-300 GHz)

France – 2.4GHz for Metropolitan France.

In all Metropolitan departments, wireless LAN frequencies can TT uTTd uTdTr ThT TTTTTwiTg cTTdiTiTTT, TiThTr TTr puTTic Tr privTTT uTT:

Indoor use: maximum power (EIRP*) of 100 mW for

the entire 2400-2483.5 MHz frequency band

Outdoor use: maximum power (EIRP*) of 100 mW for

the 2400-2454 MHz band and with maximum power (EIRP*) of 10 mW for the 2454-2483 MHz band.

not

TuThTrizTd cTuTd vTid ThT EMT TTd wirTTTTT cTmpTiTTcT TTd

IMPORTANT:

Changes

or

modifications

to

this

product

TTmpTiTTcT wiTh ITTTrTTTiTTTT STTTdTrdT

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TTgTTT yTur TuThTriTy TT TpTrTTT ThT prTducT. ThiT prTducT hTT dTmTTTTrTTTd EMT cTmpTiTTcT uTdTr cTTdiTiTTT ThTT iTcTudTd ThT uTT TT cTmpTiTTT pTriphTrTT dTvicTT TTd ThiTTdTd cTTTTT TTTwTTT TyTTTm cTmpTTTTTT. IT iT impTrTTTT ThTT yTu uTT cTmpTiTTT pTriphTrTT dTvicTT TTd ThiTTdTd cTTTTT TTTwTTT TyTTTm cTmpTTTTTT TT rTducT ThT pTTTiTiTiTy TT cTuTiTg iTTTrTTrTTcT TT rTdiTT, TTTTviTiTTT, TTd TThTr TTTcTrTTic dTvicTT.

FCC Compliance Statement This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept TTy iTTTrTTrTTcT rTcTivTd, iTcTudiTg iTTTrTTrTTcT ThTT mTy cTuTT uTdTTirTd TpTrTTiTT.

NOTE: ThiT TquipmTTT hTT TTTT TTTTTd TTd TTuTd TT cTmpTy wiTh the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC RuTTT. ThTTT TimiTT TrT dTTigTTd TT prTvidT rTTTTTTTTT prTTTcTiTT TgTiTTT hTrmTuT iTTTrTTrTTcT iT T rTTidTTTiTT iTTTTTTTTiTT. ThiT TquipmTTT gTTTrTTTT, uTTT TTd cTT rTdiTTT rTdiT TrTquTTcy TTTrgy TTd, iT TTT iTTTTTTTd TTd uTTd iT TccTrdTTcT wiTh ThT iTTTrucTiTTT, mTy cTuTT hTrmTuT iTTTrTTrTTcT TT rTdiT cTmmuTicTTiTTT. HTwTvTr, ThTrT iT TT guTrTTTTT ThTT iTTTrTTrTTcT wiTT TTT Tccur iT T pTrTicuTTr iTTTTTTTTiTT. IT ThiT TquipmTTT dTTT cTuTT hTrmTuT iTTTrTTrTTcT TT rTdiT Tr TTTTviTiTT rTcTpTiTT, which cTT TT dTTTrmiTTd Ty TurTiTg ThT TquipmTTT TTT TTd TT, ThT uTTr iT TTcTurTgTd TT Try TT cTrrTcT ThT iTTTrTTrTTcT Ty TTT Tr mTrT TT ThT TTTTTwiTg mTTTurTT:

TTmpTiTTcT wiTh ITTTrTTTiTTTT STTTdTrdT

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RTTriTTT Tr rTTTcTTT ThT rTcTiviTg TTTTTTT.

ITcrTTTT ThT TTpTrTTiTT TTTwTTT ThT TquipmTTT TTd rTcTivTr.

TTTTTcT ThT TquipmTTT iTTT TT TuTTTT TT T circuiT diTTTrTTT

TrTm ThTT TT which ThT rTcTivTr iT cTTTTcTTd.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for

hTTp.

FCC Radiation Exposure Statement ThiT TquipmTTT cTmpTiTT wiTh FTT RF rTdiTTiTT TxpTTurT TimiTT TTT TTrTh TT uTcTTTrTTTTd TTvirTTmTTT. ThiT TrTTTmiTTTr muTT TTT TT cT-TTcTTTd Tr TpTrTTiTg iT cTTjuTcTiTT wiTh TTy TThTr TTTTTTT Tr TrTTTmiTTTr.

ThT dTvicT wTT TTTTTd TTd cTmpTiTT TT mTTTurTmTTT TTTTdTrdT and procedures specified in FCC OET Bulletin 65, Supplement

T

Certification information (SAR) ThT dTvicT mTTTT guidTTiTTT TTr TxpTTurT TT rTdiT wTvTT.

YTur dTvicT iT T rTdiT TrTTTmiTTTr TTd rTcTivTr. IT iT dTTigTTd TTT TT TxcTTd ThT TimiTT TTr TxpTTurT TT rTdiT wTvTT rTcTmmTTdTd Ty iTTTrTTTiTTTT guidTTiTTT. ThTTT guidTTiTTT wTrT dTvTTTpTd by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include TTTTTy mTrgiTT dTTigTTd TT TTTurT ThT prTTTcTiTT TT TTT pTrTTTT, rTgTrdTTTT TT TgT TTd hTTTTh.

ThT TxpTTurT guidTTiTTT TTr dTvicTT TmpTTy T uTiT TT measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR.

TTmpTiTTcT wiTh ITTTrTTTiTTTT STTTdTrdT

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The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 watts/ kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with the device transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating dTvicT cTT TT TTTTw ThT mTximum vTTuT TTcTuTT ThT dTvicT iT dTTigTTd TT uTT TTTy ThT pTwTr rTquirTd TT rTTch ThT TTTwTrk.

The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP

EU 10g SAR Limit

Highest 10g SAR Value

2 W/kg

0.391 W/kg

ThiT TquipmTTT cTmpTiTT wiTh ThT EurTpTTT TTuTciT Recommendation of 12 July 1999 on the Limitation of

ExpTTurT TT ThT GTTTrTT SuTTic TT ETTcTrTmTgTTTic FiTTdT

[1999/519/EC].

Assembled in China

Product life is 24 months from the purchase date.

Designed by Pocketbook Int. Room 2201, 22/F.1 Duddell str. TTTTrTT, HTTg KTTg

Int. Room 2201, 22/F.1 Duddell str. TTTTrTT, HTTg KTTg TTTTTiTT RTTdTr® MTTiTT TTchTTTTgy Ty Adobe Systems

TTTTTiTT RTTdTr® MTTiTT TTchTTTTgy Ty Adobe Systems Incorporated