2 Â Table of Contents Thank You...3 Package Contents...3 Features...4 GeTTinG To know The internet TableT...5 About the Touchscreen...8 Protective Film...8 Touchscreen Actions...8 About the Orientation Sensor...9 Charging the Tablet...10 Inserting a Memory Card...10 Resetting the Tablet...11 GeTTinG STarTed...12 Turning the Tablet on and off...12 Turning the Screen On and Off (Standby)...13 Unlocking the Screen...13 Home Screen at a Glance...14 About Applications...15 Preinstalled Applications...15 Installing Applications...17 About Widgets...18 About Notifications...18 Requirements...19 Connect to a Wi-Fi network browsing The web...22 optional ConneCTionS...26 Connecting to a Computer...26 Connecting Headphones...27 Using the USB Full-Size Adapter...28 Connecting a Keyboard...28 Connecting a Storage Device...28 SeTTinG The SYSTem options...29 SpeCifiCaTionS ConneCTinG To The internet...19 Page 2 Table Of Contents
3 Â Thank You Congratulations on your purchase of the Internet Tablet. This guide is provided to help you get started quickly with your tablet; please read it carefully and save it for future reference. To view PDF documents, download and install the free Adobe Acrobat reader from the Adobe website at package Contents Please make sure that the items shown below are included in the package. Should an item be missing, please contact the local retailer from whom purchased this product. Internet Tablet Power adapter USB cable USB host/keyboard adapter Professional stereo Earphones Page 3 Thank You
4 features Browse the Web. Visit your favorite websites Check your Keep in touch with friends and family Watch YouTube videos Browse the world s most popular video-sharing community Built-in camera Convenient front-facing camera Automatic orientation detection Read any way you want; the display adjusts automatically! * Reading books in the epub format requires the included E-book reader application. Read your favorite books Download thousands of books with the included E-book reader * Discover thousands of apps for Android Games, applications, and more with the installed marketplace Connect to the Internet wirelessly High-speed Wi-Fi b/g/n networking Enjoy your media library anywhere Portable powerhouse plays popular music, video and photo formats microsd memory card reader Increase your storage capacity (up to 32 GB supported) Page 4 Thank You
5 Â Getting to know the internet Tablet unit at a Glance name description 1 Camera Front-facing camera 1 Page 5 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
6 name 2 Headphone jack 3 Volume + key description Audio output connection for headphones. Press to increase the volume level. 4 Volume - key Press to decrease the volume level MicroSD card slot Load external microsd memory cards here. 4 5 Page 6 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
7 name description 6 Power key Press to turn the unit on, or to turn the screen on and off. Press and hold to access the Power Off menu. 7 Power jack (DC input) 8 USB 2.0 Hispeed port Charge and power the tablet with the included power adapter. Connect to a computer to transfer data (e.g., music, videos, photos, files). 9 MIC Record digital voice files. 10 Speaker Speaker output is automatically muted when using headphone jack Page 7 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
8 about the Touchscreen Your tablet comes equipped with an easy-to-use touchscreen which allows access to the tablet s functions. Use your finger tip to touch the area of the screen where a control icon is displayed. If you touch and hold the screen, it will register as a continuous button press. To avoid damaging the screen, do not touch it with excessive force or with any object other than your finger. For best response, make sure your hands are clean before using the touchscreen controls. Protective Film A thin film has been applied to the touchscreen to protect it during shipping. The protective film should be removed before use. To remove it, simply take a corner of the film and peel it away from the screen. Touchscreen Actions You can control the functions of the tablet by using the touchscreen in combination with the three touch keys located on the bezel. To control the tablet with the touchscreen, use your fingertip to manipulate icons, buttons, menu items, the on-screen keyboard and other items displayed on the screen. You can perform the following actions on the touchscreen using your fingertip. Touch: Touch and Hold: Drag: To activate an on-screen item (e.g., application icons, buttons, menu items, and the letter/symbols of the on-screen keyboard), simply touch them with your fingertip. Some on-screen items have an alternate action if you touch and hold it (e.g., opening an alternate menu or to activate the drag function). To touch and hold an item, touch the item and do not lift your fingertip until the action occurs. Drag an on-screen item to change its position (e.g., an application icon on the home screen). To drag an item, touch and hold it for a moment, then without lifting your fingertip, move your fingertip on the screen until the item reaches its target destination. Page 8 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
9 Swipe: Swipe up/down on the screen to scroll through a list. On some screens, you may be able to swipe left/right to change the view. To swipe, touch the screen and then quickly move your fingertip across the screen without lifting your fingertip. Do not pause on the screen with your fingertip at the initial point of contact or you may accidentally drag an item instead. Quickly tap the screen twice on a webpage or other application screen to zoom (the application must support the double-tap/zoom function). Within the browser, double-tapping a webpage section will cause the browser to zoom and fit that section to the width of the screen. about the orientation Sensor The tablet contains a sensor that will automatically change the orientation of most screens as you rotate the tablet. The sensor works best when the tablet is rotated perpendicular to the ground (i.e., when the tablet is held upright and not fat on its back). Double-tap: The orientation sensor can be turned on and off in the Display settings menu. Page 9 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
10 Charging the Tablet The current battery status will be always displayed in the lower right of the screen in the system information bar. The battery icon will change in accordance with the battery status. When connected to the DC charger, the status area on the bottom bar will display the charging icon. Note the lightning symbol inside the battery icon. To charge the battery: 1. Plug one end of the included power adapter into an AC V outlet. 2. Plug the other end of the included power adapter into the Power jack on the tablet. 3. Disconnect the power adapter when the tablet is fully charged. The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not disassemble, incinerate, or heat the device. Do not leave the de-vice in a place subject to direct sunlight, or in a car with its windows closed. Do not connect the device to a power source other than that which is indicated here or on the label as this may result in the risk of fire or electric shock. inserting a memory Card The tablet accepts microsd memory cards. Insert a memory card into the microsd card slot to: Increase the memory capacity of your tablet Play media files stored on the memory card (e.g., music, video or photo files). To insert a memory card: 1. Align the memory card with the card slot. The metal contacts of the memory card should face down away from the LCD screen. 2. Slide the card into the spring-loaded slot. Push the card in until it clicks into place. Do not attempt to insert objects other than a microsd memory card into the card slot. A compatible memory card should fit easily into the card slot; if you encounter resistance, check the alignment of the card. Do not attempt to force the card in. Avoid touching the gold contacts of the memory card. Page 10 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
11 To release and remove a memory card: 1. UNMOUNT the memory card. a. From the home screen, tap the Launcher Tab, and then touch Settings to show the settings menu. b. Touch Storage to show the storage settings. c. Touch Unmount SD card to prepare the memory card for safe removal. 2. Push the card further into the slot until you hear a click. The card will spring out of the slot. 3. Grasp the card by its edge to remove it. To avoid damage and data corruption, do not remove a memory card while data is being written to or read from the card. For example, do not remove a card while playing a music file stored on the card. Resetting the Tablet Reset the tablet if it should freeze and not respond or otherwise malfunction. 1. Disconnect your tablet if it is connected to a computer. 2. Press and hold the POWER key for about 10 seconds to turn off the tablet, and then press and hold the POWER key to turn on the tablet. Page 11 Getting To Know The Internet Tablet
12 Â Getting Started Turning the Tablet on and off To turn the tablet on: Press and hold the Power key until the LCD screen turns on. Wait until the Home screen appears; the tablet is now ready for use. 2. Touch OK to turn off the tablet. To turn the tablet off: 1. Press and hold the Power key until the confirmation message appears. Page 12 Getting Started
13 Turning the Screen On and Off (Standby) When the tablet is on, you can turn off the screen to conserve battery power. Simply press the Power key once to turn the screen off. Press the Power key again to turn the screen back on. To conserve battery power, the screen can be set to turn off automatically when the tablet is not in use (between 15 seconds and 30 minutes). This Sleep option can be found in the Display menu. Unlocking the Screen When the screen turns off, you will have to unlock the screen when you turn it back on. To unlock the screen, touch and drag the lock icon to the edge of the circle that appears. Page 13 Getting Started
14 If a password has been set, enter the password to finish unlocking the screen. The Screen Unlock password can be set in the Security settings menu. home Screen at a Glance The home screen is the starting point for all of the features of your tablet Page 14 WARNING: Please write down your password lock pattern/pin/password. Misplacing or forgetting this method will lock the user out. Recovering the unit will reset the device back to factory defaults. ALL YOUR DATA & PROGRAMS WILL BE LOST. 4 8 name 1 Google Search 2 home icon description Touch to search with Google browser. Touch to back to the central Home Screen. 3 back icon Touch to back to the previous screen. Getting Started
15 name 4 R e c e n t Apps 5 Launcher Tab description Touch to display the list of thumbnail images of apps you have worked recently. Touch an App to open it. Open the Launcher to view the list of all Applications and Widgets installed on the tablet. Touch the Launcher tab to open the Launcher. 6 Widgets Widgets are small applications that you can use directly from the home screen. For more information, refer to the Widgets section on page Icons Touch an icon to open an application or folder. 8 Notification bar Shows notification icons such as time, battery level, and the network signal strength; touch the bar to open the full Notifications panel. Touch a Notification icon to display more detail. about applications To open an application, touch the application icon on the home screen or in the Launcher. Launcher screen: Page 15 Preinstalled Applications Some applications have been installed on your tablet for your convenience. These applications include: Getting Started
16 Browse the web. View and manage files stored on the tablet. Display the calendar or record events and appointments to manage your schedule. Play music. Perform simple mathematical operations. Access the Settings menu to adjust the tablet s options. Take pictures or videos with the frontfacing camera. View the current time, or set an alarm. Check your . Page 16 Getting Started
17 Installing Applications You can also download an install additional applications from the device s applications marketplace, the web browser, or other sources. The tablet must be set to allow installation of applications from non-market sources. The Unknown sources option can be set in the Application settings menu. Removing Widgets Touch and hold the Widget until Remove icon appears at the top side of the screen, then drag the Widget to the Remove icon to remove it. about widgets Widgets are self-contained applications that you can place on the Home screens to access your favorite features. Adding Widgets to a Home Screen 1. Navigate to the Home screen which you want to place the Widget on. 2. Touch the Launcher Tab. 3. Touch WIDGETS to show all widgets, and then hold on a widget icon to add it to the Home screen. Page 17 Getting Started
18 About Notifications The icons that appear in the Notification bar at the bottom right corner of the screen alerts you when new messages arrive or alarms or other application events occur. View and respond to the notifications by opening the full Notifications panel. Touch the Notification bar to open the Notifications panel. Touch a notification in the list; the Notifications panel will close and the application associated with the notification will launch. To close the Notifications panel: Touch any other area of screen except the Notifications panel, or; Touch the Back icon. To respond to a notification: Page 18 Getting Started
19 Â Connecting to the internet This tablet can utilize Wi-Fi data networks to connect to the Internet. Wireless Wi-Fi technology can provide Internet access at distances of over 300 feet; however, this distance can be affected by your surrounding environment and Wi-Fi router. requirements Please refer to your wireless router s documentation for help, or ask your network administrator for details. In order to connect to the Internet, you will need either of the following: A wireless router or access point with a broadband Internet connection The wireless router must support Wi-Fi b/g/n connections. If the router supports n, make sure that it has been configured to acc qept b/g/n connections as well. You may encounter open Wi-Fi networks, or hot spots. These networks are usually configured so that you can simply connect to them without needing to know its settings; the tablet will obtain all the information it needs from the router automatically. A minimum connection speed of 64 Kbps is recommended. Faster speeds will enable a better Internet experience. You will need to know the name of your network (SSID), as well as the password or other credentials if your network is secured. These settings can usually be found on the administration webpage of your wireless router. Page 19 Connecting To The Internet
20 Connect to a wi-fi network The Notification bar displays icons that indicate your tablet s Wi-Fi status. Connected to a Wi-Fi network (waves indicate connection strength). [no icon] There are no Wi-Fi networks in range, or the Wi-Fi radio is off. 1. Turn on the Wi-Fi radio if it is not already on. To turn on Wi-Fi: a. Go to the Home screen: Touch the Home icon. b. Open the Launcher screen: Touch the Launcher Tab, then touch Settings. c. Open the Wireless & networks menu: Touch WIRELESS & NETWORKS. d. Open the Wi-Fi settings menu: Touch WiFi. e. Make sure that the Wi-Fi option box is setted to ON: Touch and slide the block right to enable the Wi-Fi connection. Page 20 When Wi-Fi is on, the tablet will look for and display a list of available Wi-Fi networks. If a network that you have connected to previously is found, the tablet will connect to it. If you don t see your network in the list, you can force the tablet to re-scan. To scan for networks, tap the SCAN icon that located on the top right corner of the screen. 2. Select an available Wi-Fi network to connect to: In the same Wi-Fi settings menu above, touch a network in the list. Connecting To The Internet
21 If the network is open, the tablet will prompt you to confirm connection to the network. Touch Connect to confirm. If the network is secured (as indicated by a Lock icon), the tablet will prompt you to enter a password or other credentials. Touch the Wireless password box to show the on-screen keyboard and then use it to enter the password. Touch Connect to confirm. When you have successfully connected to a Wi-Fi network, the Notifications bar at the bottom of the screen will show a Wi-Fi signal indicator. Page 21 Connecting To The Internet
22 Â browsing the web The Browser application lets you visit webpages and find information on the web. Keep up with the news, your friends, or enjoy video from YouTube, the world s most popular video-sharing community. To use Browser, the tablet must be connected to the Internet. Read the section Connecting to the Internet to learn how to connect to the Internet. To open Browser, touch the Browser icon on the Home screen or in the Launcher name description 1 Address bar Displays the address (URL) of the current page. Touch the bar to enter a new address or to search the web. 2 Goto bookmarks icon Touch to view bookmarks, to view your most visited sites, or to view your browser history. 3 Search icon Touch to search with Google browser. 4 add bookmark Touch to add bookmarks. icon 5 New Window Creates new browser window. (+) Page 22 Browsing The Web
23 Some common Browser actions are described below. To go to a webpage. To bookmark a webpage. Bookmark your favorite webpages in order to visit them quickly without entering a URL. 1. Touch the Address bar at the top of the Browser screen. The keyboard will open automatically. (If the Address bar is not visible, drag the page down to return to the top of the Browser screen.) 2. Use the keyboard to enter the ad-dress (URL) of the webpage (e.g., com). 3. Touch Enter key to open the webpage. 1. Go to the webpage that you want to bookmark 2. Touch the Add Bookmark icon. 3. If desired, you can modify the name of the bookmark or its location (URL address). Otherwise, touch OK to finish adding the bookmark. Page 23 Browsing The Web
24 To go to a bookmarked webpage. 1. Touch the Goto Bookmark icon. 2. Touch a bookmark tile to open it. 3. Touch Delete bookmark. 4. Touch OK to confirm. browser menu While viewing a webpage, touch the icon show as right to open the Browser Menu, the icon is locate on the top right corner of the screen, the options are: Refresh: Refresh the current webpage. To delete a bookmarked webpage. Forward: Go to the next webpage. 1. Touch the Goto Bookmark icon. 2. Touch and hold a bookmark tile to open the option menu. Page 24 New tab: Open the webpage in a new window, under a new tab. New incognito tab: Open the webpage in a new window, under a new tab, and the pages you view in the new window will not appear in your browser history or search history. See the on-screen explanation of going incognito. Share page: Use to send the webpage URL. Find on page: Search for content on the current page. Browsing The Web
25 Request desktop site: Save for offline reading: Save this page onto the internal memory, then you can read it when the internet connection is disable. Page info: View information about the current page, including the URL. Settings: Customize the Browser. Page 25 Browsing The Web
26 Â optional Connections Connecting to a Computer Connect the tablet to a computer to transfer files. 1. Connect your tablet to the computer. With the included USB cable: Plug the small end of the cable into the USB 2.0 Hispeed connector of the tablet. Touch the Notification bar to open the notifications panel. Plug the large end of the cable into an available USB 2.0 Hi-speed port on the computer. When your tablet is connected, a USB icon will appear in the Notification bar. The Tablet s mass storage mode is compatible with many operating systems including: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 or higher and Mac OS or Linux. Page 26 Optional Connections
27 2. Mount the storage drive. Touch USB connected to mount the tablet s built-in storage, then touch Turn on USB storage and OK when prompted to confirm. When mounted, you can copy files to/from your computer to it. Your tablet will be recognized by the computer as a Removable Storage drive. Drag and drop files between your tablet and the computer. To learn more about copying files, please refer to the documentation included with your computer or operating system. Connecting headphones Connect a pair of headphones (or earphones) to the tablet to enjoy media in private. Lower the volume level of the tablet before connecting headphones, and then slowly raise the volume to a comfortable listening level. The headphones must have a 3.5 mm (1/8 in) plug. When headphones are connected, speaker output will be disabled automatically. Hearing experts advise against the constant use of personal stereos played at high volume. Constant exposure to high volumes can lead to hearing loss. If you should experience ringing in the ears or hearing loss, discontinue use and seek medical advice. Page 27 Optional Connections
28 using the usb full-size adapter The USB full-size adapter can be used to connect and use USB devices with the tablet. The adapter converts the Micro USB port on the tablet into a USB On-the-Go (OTG) connector. You may also use this connection to add a mouse to the tablet. The adapter supports one connection at a time. To use a keyboard and mouse simultaneously, you will need to add an external USB hub. DC IN 5V MEMORY CARD Connecting a Storage Device Use the included USB full-size (Type A) adapter to connect a storage device to the tablet (e.g., a USB flash memory drive). HDMI This connection supports a maximum storage size of 32 GB. For additional storage capacity, a microsd card can be added to the tablet. Connecting a Keyboard For times when you want to type for an extended period of time, you may want to connect a full-size keyboard to the tablet. Use the included USB full-size (Type A) adapter to connect a keyboard to the tablet. Page 28 Optional Connections
29 Â Setting the System options Open the system settings menu to adjust how the tablet looks and functions. Many applications will have their own settings; refer to the documentation provided by the application developer to learn more. To open the Settings menu: 1. From the Home screen, touch the Launcher Tab. 2. Touch Settings to open the Settings menu. The settings are grouped by category. Touch a category to open and adjust its settings on the right side. Please refer to the manual for a description of the items in the Settings menu. Page 29 Setting The System Options
30 Â Specifications processor ram Storage All winner A13 Cortex A8 1GHz 512MB 16GB flash built-in microsd card slot (max. 32GB supported) display 7.0 TFT LCD (800 x 480), capacitive touchscreen networking Wi-Fi IEEE b/g/n audio output 3.5 mm headphone pc interface USB 2.0 Hi-speed additional Front-facing camera features Built-in microphone Mono speaker operating Android 4.2 System power Rechargeable Li-poly battery Power Adapter (DC 5V) playback Time (hours) * Up to 8 hours music, 3 hours video, 3 hours web browsing * Music was tested with a 128 kbps MP3 file; video was tested with a 1920 x 1080 MPEG-4/AVC file; browsing was tested with the screen brightness set to default. Actual playback results may vary. Page 30 Specifications
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