1 Platinum 10 G2 10 inch Tablet PC User Manual English
2 1 What s Included The following components are included with your purchased product: 10 Inch Tablet PC Power Adapter USB Cable OTG Cable User Manual 2 Getting Started Before using your Tablet PC for the first time, please read this manual carefully and follow the instructions as described below. 3 Battery Charging The tablet is equipped with a built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery. It is suggested to fully charge the battery before use. We strongly recommend using the power adapter included in the supplied packaging, using other adapter may damage the tablet and void the warranty. Charging Process Connect the power adapter to your tablet, and plug the power adapter into the nearest electrical outlet. Users can still use the tablet while it is being charged. 1
3 4 Appearance and Buttons 4.1 Power Switch Turn on/off tablet 4.2 Volume Volume Micro USB Port Connect to PC by using the USB cable provided for data transmission; charging or connection to external USB devices. 4.5 Earphone Jack Standard 3.5mm earphone jack 4.6 Micro SD Card Slot 4.7 HDMI port 4.8 Front Camera 4.9 Back Camera 4.10 Reset 2
4 5 Turn ON/OFF Tablet 5.1 Turn On: after the battery has been fully charged, press & hold the power switch for around 3 seconds to turn on the device. Screen lock will be showed after starting up. 5.2 Turn Off: When the tablet is ON, press & hold the power switch for around 3 seconds and the system will popup out power off option, tap Power Off to turn off the tablet. 5.3 Lock screen: quickly press Power Switch and release to lock screen. 5.4 Unlock screen: touch & hold the icon and swipe up to unlock the screen and go to main desktop. Remarks: When battery power has been used up, the tablet will shut down itself automatically. If you illegally turn off the device, restart will scan and restore the disk, it may take longer time to enter into system. 3
5 6 Extended Storage You can use Micro SD card as extended storage, this tablet accepts maximum 32GB branded Micro SD card. 6.1 Install the Micro SD card: insert the Micro SD card into the TF card slot of the tablet according to correct direction. The tablet will read the SD card as soon as the card is well installed. 6.2 Remove the Micro SD card: press on the card inward a little bit to unlock, then the card will be automatically ejected a little bit for your convenient removal. 6.3 Below are some important notices when use the Micro SD card: Put the card in the right direction(the card s back side should face down to LCD screen) when insert it into the tablet s card slot. Do not remove the card while it is being reading or saving data. Do not use the card in the conditions of high temperature. Keep your card in a safe place from liquids and corrosive chemicals. 7 Connection with PC 7.1 Using the USB cable provided to connect the tablet with PC, an icon will appear at the left top of screen, tap on it and drag it downwards, and tap on USB connected, then below USB connection screen interface will pop up, tap Turn on USB storage to connect to PC, in the connection mode, you can copy or delete the file from/to PC. 4
6 8 Tablet Desktop Interface 8.1 After starting up, you will enter into below main desktop screen interface: 8.2 On the main desktop interface, you can manage main interface app icons: press on the icon and hold it for 3 seconds, then you can drag it anywhere in the main interface. 8.3 Delete icons: press the icon and hold it for 3 seconds, and drag the icon onto the icon, then you can delete that icon from desktop. 8.4 Touch on any blank area in the main screen and hold your touch for around 3 seconds, the dialog boxes WALLPAPERS and WIDGETS will pop out as shown below: 5
7 Tap on WALLPAPERS, then you can choose the wallpaper from different sources and change the existing wallpaper; Tap on WIDGETS, then you can choose the widgets to be displayed on the main screen. 8.5 Status Bar Descriptions Icons descriptions(from left to right): Back to previous interface; Back to main desktop screen; Display the Apps performed previously; Volume decrease; Volume increase. Icons descriptions(from left to right): USB connection; USB debugging connection; Battery status; Current time. 8.6 Quick Guide For Touch Operations During operations, by tapping on the back icon at the left bottom of the touch screen, you can return back to previous step or previous screen interface. No matter which interface you are on the screen, you can go back to main desktop screen by tapping on the icon located at the bottom of the screen. 6
8 Tap on the icons to increase or decrease the sound volume. Tap on to see all history of Apps performed previously. You can close any App by tapping on the icon. On the main desktop interface, you can touch the icon to see all the Apps, tap on any App icon and hold it for around 3 seconds, you can drag that App icon onto the main screen interface. 9 Basic Settings 9.1 WIRELESS & NETWORKS Wi-Fi Tap on Wi-Fi setting and slide the OFF bar rightward to turn on the Wi-Fi, all available Wi-Fi networks will be listed, tap on your Wi-Fi name and start to connect. If the Wi-Fi network does not need a password, tap "connect" to start the connection; If the WLAN network needs a password, then input the password and tap connect to start the connection. If the WLAN network has been successfully connected before, that information will be stored, connection will be done automatically. Once your tablet connects to WLAN successfully, the WLAN icon will appear on the status bar at the bottom of the screen. If the Wi-Fi network has been hidden, tap on icon and select Add 7
9 network, follow the steps to add and connect the network manually. You can tap on the menu key located at the right top corner to get more options and settings for your WLAN network. Bluetooth Tap on Bluetooth and slide the bar rightward to turn on Bluetooth, then the device will automatically scan and list all available Bluetooth devices. Tap on the Bluetooth device name to start the connection. You can also tap on icon and select Refresh to manually search all available Bluetooth devices. 8
10 Data Usage To check the data usage details. You can tap on for more settings. More Select to turn on/off Airplane mode, to setup VPN. 9
11 9.2 DEVICE Sound & Notification Settings on Volumes(volume of alarms and notifications), Interruption, Default notification sound, touch sounds, screen lock sound, and settings on Notifications. Display Settings on display Brightness(slide the bar to adjust the screen brightness), Wallpaper, Adaptive brightness(optimize brightness level for available light), Sleep(idle time before sleep), Auto-rotate screen (select to allow auto-rotate screen), Daydream, HDMI Settings, Screenshot Setting, Font size, and Cast screen. 10
12 Storage To view the internal storage details. You can also check the storage details of external Micro SD card, you can Erase the SD card (Erases all data on the SD card), unmount the SD card or external USB devices safely here. Remarks : If you want to safely remove the Micro SD card or USB pen drive, please tap on the option Unmount SD card, and confirm the selection, after this, you can safely remove SD card/usb pen drive safely. Battery To display the battery usage details. 11
13 Apps To Manage the applications. Tap on the directories(downloaded, ON SD CARD, RUNNING or ALL) and select the application which you want to uninstall, you will enter into the following screen interface, tap on Uninstall, then you can remove that application from your tablet. Users You can add a user account or profile here. You can also switch users by tapping on the user name. 12
14 9.3 PERSONAL Location This tablet has built-in GPS, you can use GPS to locate your position. Slide the on/off bar rightward to turn on location function. There are 3 location modes available for you: High accuracy, Battery saving, Device only. Security Settings for Screen lock, Owner info, Encrypt tablet, Make passwords visible, Device administrators, Unknown sources, Auto-start management, App permissions, Data Protection, Storage type, Trusted credentials, Install from USB storage, Clear credentials, Trust agents, Screen pinning, Apps with usage access. 13
15 Screen lock: you can completely disable the screen lock, but it is recommended to use for protection, such as Voice Unlock, Pattern, PIN or Password. 14
16 Voice Unlock: Select "Voice unlock and then click" RECORD" to make a voice command. Pattern: select "Pattern" and draw the unlock pattern by connecting at least 4 points, and then tap on "Continue", and draw the same pattern to confirm. After setting up the unlock pattern, whenever you lock the screen, you need to draw the pattern to unlock the screen. 15
17 PIN: select "PIN" and enter 4 digits, tap "Next" to input the same 4 digits to confirm. After setting up the unlock PIN, whenever you lock the screen, you need to enter the pin to unlock the screen. Password: select "Password" and enter your password, tap "Next" to input the same password to confirm. After setting up the unlock Password, whenever you lock the screen, you need to enter the password to unlock the screen. 16
18 Owner info: select "Owner info" and enter the owner info of the tablet, tick on the selection "Show owner info on lock screen", then your owner info will be displayed on each lock screen. Make password visible: select to make your password visible when you input the password. Device administrators: view or deactivate device administrators. Unknown sources: select to allow installation of apps from unknown sources. Trusted credentials: tap on it to see a list of trusted CA certificates. Install from SD card: install certificates from SD card. Accounts Add accounts ( , Google) here. 17
19 Language & input Settings on language selection, option of spell checker, personal dictionary, selection of Keyboard & Input methods, and settings on Voice Search, Text-to-speech output, Pointer speed. Backup & reset To perform DRM reset(deletes all DRM licenses) and Factory data reset(erase all data on the tablet). Warning: once you perform the Factory data reset, it will erase all personal data on the tablet, make sure to back up your personal data before performing this function. 18
20 9.4 SYSTEM Date & time You can select to use the network-provided date, time and time zone, or you can manually setup date, time and time zone and you can also select to use 24-hour time format and choose the date format. Scheduled power on & off You can setup to schedule the power on/off your tablet. Accessibility To turn on/off Captions, Magnification gestures, Large text, High contrast text, Auto-rotate screen, Speak passwords, Quick boot, Color inversion, Color correction. 19
21 You can also setup the Text-to-speech output, Touch & hold delay. Printing Settings on printing if any. Developer options Some advanced settings on your tablet. One of the important settings here is the USB debugging, you can turn on/off USB debugging when USB is connected with your device. 20
22 About device Some additional informations about your tablet. 21
23 10 Apps Installation You can download the Apps from Google Play Store and install them online or you can install the Apps from your Micro SD card or USB devices. Just tap on the APK file and run the installation, you can finish the installation and run that App right away. Remarks: Make sure the below option has been enabled before you install any App from Micro SD card or USB devices: Settings Security Unknown sources 11 Introductions of Basic Applications Browser After connecting your tablet to Wi-Fi network, tap the Browser icon on desktop to open web browser. The following interface pops up immediately: Then you can start web surfing now, during web surfing, tap on the menu icon located at the right top corner of the screen to get more options: Refresh: to refresh the page. Stop: to stop the navigation of current webpage. Home: to go to the defaulted website. Close: to minimize or quit the current webpage. Save for offline reading: to save current webpage for offline reading. 22
24 Share page: share the page with your friends via mail. Find on page: to search on page. Request desktop site: to set the page as desktop site. New tab: to open another new tab. Page info: info about the page. Settings: more settings on General, Privacy & security, Accessibility, Advanced, Bandwidth management, Labs. Calculator The tablet is with built-in calculator, tap on the Calculator icon to carry out your calculations: 23
25 Calendar Users can use the Calendar to check the date, time and memorandum or add memorandum etc. But before doing this, you have to sign in your Google Account. After you sign in, you will enter into below calendar interface. You can check the date and add memorandum etc. To add a memorandum, tap on the icon, tap on the menu button to popup more options of Refresh, Search, Hide controls, Clear events, Go to, Settings. Camera Tap on the Camera icon to run the application. The camera is located at the right corner of tablet top, aim at it when you take photo or video. Slide the screen to select to take a photo or video. 24
26 If you want to take photo, select the icon take video, select the icon Tap on the icon to take video. to get more settings for the photograph. to take photo; if you want to To switch front and back camera, please tap on. The photos or videos will be saved automatically to internal memory, select File manager USB storage DCIM Camera to see the photos or videos just taken. When you are running the camera, you can also view the photos or videos which were just taken by sliding leftward on the screen. When you are viewing the photos or videos, tap on the menu icon to get more options of Delete, Slideshow, Edit, Rotate left, Rotate right, Crop, Set picture as, Details, Print. Clock Tap on the Clock icon to run the application. After running the Clock application, you can setup alarm clock, your location. Tap on menu icon for more settings on your clock. It also has the function of timer and stopwatch.. 25
27 Contacts You can create new contact, import contacts by using the Contacts app. But before doing this, you have to sign in your Google Account. Downloads Run the app to check all downloads history. 26
28 File Manager Tap on File Manager icon to browse the files saved in your memory devices(sd card or USB storage). You can view the files by categories. Tap on corresponding memory devices(sd card or USB storage) to see the files inside. Tap on the file and hold it for 3 seconds to see the options: Copy, Delete, Cut, Rename, Details. You can also Copy files between each memory device. When you tap on a folder and hold it for 3 seconds, you will have the options of Copy, Delete, Cut, Rename, Details. How to copy file: tap on the file and hold it for 3 seconds, then tap on copy icon, then go to the folder which your file needs to be copied into, tap on past icon to copy your file into that folder. 27
29 Gallery To play the videos or photos, tap on the Gallery icon to run the application. All videos and photos will be listed and tap on your desired video or photo to play it. Gmail Run the Gmail app, if you have not signed into your Google account, then system will remind you to add an address. You can add your Gmail account or your personal(imap/pop) account, for example, Yahoo mail, Outlook mail etc. After you signed into your , tap on the Gmail icon, all s will be listed, tap on the which you want to read. You can Reply, Reply all, Forward or Delete your , you can also Compose new , Search, Label the s and refresh the inbox. Type on menu icon for more settings on your account. 28
30 Music To play music, tap on the Music icon to run the application. Select the songs from different directories(artists, Albums, Songs, Playlists, Now playing), all songs will be listed. Tap on your desired song to play it. Play Store After you signed in the Google Account, tap on the Play Store icon to enter into Play Store. You can download more apps from the Play Store. If you want to download apps from the Play Store, tap on the app icon which you want to download, follow the procedures to download the app and install it onto your tablet. 29
31 Sound Recorder To start the sound recorder, tap on the Sound Recorder icon to run the application. Tap on the icon to start recording. During recording, tap on the icon to pause the recording. Tap on the icon to stop recording. The recorded files can be found at folder of Recording in USB storage. 30
32 12 Forced shutdown In case your tablet cannot be turned off according to the standard procedure, use a paper clip to trigger the reset button located at the back of the tablet or press the power switch and hold it for 7 seconds. The tablet will be turned off. 13 Factory data reset To restore the tablet to original factory settings and erase all personal informations, tap on Settings Backup&reset Factory data reset. Warning: after reset the device, Google account, personal data, system settings, and downloaded applications will be removed from your tablet. 14 Battery Management The battery is not fully charged from factory. It is recommended to charge the battery for at least 4 hours before using the device. The rechargeable battery is designed and manufactured to be used and recharged frequently. The capacity of all lithium batteries might reduce during lifetime. Here are some suggestions to extend the battery s lifetime: Use your Tablet at least once a week. Fully charge the battery regularly. Always keep the device and the battery away from heat and moisture. 15 Charge Battery Plug the power adapter into an electrical wall outlet and then connect to the device to fully charge the battery before use. You can also charge the battery by using the USB cable. When fully charged, the battery icon displays as: The charging process takes about 4 hours. You can use the device while it is being charged (this extends the charging process). Do not use other adapters than the one provided in your packaging. Using the wrong adapter might cause damage to the Lithium battery inside. Do not attempt to open the tablet to replace the battery inside, this will damage the tablet and void the warranty. 31
33 16 Important Safety Precautions Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your Tablet. This reduces the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury. Do not expose this product to rain or moisture. Keep the device out of direct sunlight and heat sources. Do not place other objects on LCD screen, as it may crush and damage the LCD screen. Do not use any sharp objects to touch the LCD screen as this might scratch the screen. Only use the AC adapter included with the device. Using any other power adapters might damage your tablet and void the warranty. Do not attempt to dismantle the tablet by yourself to do any repairing. This might damage the tablet and void the warranty. 17 Clean Your Device To clean fingerprints or dust from the screen, we recommend using soft, non-abrasive and non-corrosive cloth for cleaning, such as a camera lens cloth. 32
34 18 Battery-Note The Tablet-PC contains a (rechargeable) lithium-battery. It is forbidden to throw the batteries in the domestic waste. Used batteries can contain pollutants which can possibly damage environment or health. The return of the batteries is free and required by law. Please return the batteries in trade stores or at the recycling yards of your community. Thank you. Model: NINETEC Platinum 10 G2 WEEE-Reg.-Nr.: DE NINETEC GmbH Daimlerstraße Waghäusel Germany 33
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