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    CONTENTS
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    Before Getting Started
    Safety Precautions
    Using IDENTITY tab Safely
    Symbols in the Manual
    Features of IDENTITY tab
    Product, Accessories & Optional
    Components

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    Product and accessories
    Optional components
    IDENTITY tab Exterior

    Execution functions on the Home screen
    Usage by screen display
    Adjusting the Volume
    Connecting the Accessories
    Connecting the earphones
    Inserting / removing the SD card
    Connecting the External Devices
    Connecting to a computer
    Connecting to an external USB storage
    device

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    Connecting to an HDMI device

    Frontal view of IDENTITY tab
    Rear view of IDENTITY tab
    Top and bottom view of IDENTITY tab
    Holding IDENTITY tab Correctly
    Charging the Battery

    16 Basic Functions
    17 Turning On/ Turning Off/ Resetting
    17
    Turning on
    17
    Turning off
    18 Resetting
    18 Button Functions
    19 Home Screen
    22 Using the Touchscreen
    22
    Precautions before use
    22 Tapping
    23
    Tapping and holding down
    24 Dragging
    25 Enlargement
    25 Reduction
    26 Entering Text − Keyboard
    26
    Editing text
    27 Executing Functions

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    40 Other Features
    41 Talk
    42
    Talk settings
    43 Maps
    44 Market
    45 Address Book
    46
    Managing the address book
    47
    Sending an email
    48 Gallery
    49
    Managing pictures and video files
    50 Video
    50
    Caption settings
    51 Music
    52
    Playing music
    52
    Deleting music
    53 Photo
    53
    Editing pictures
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    My Album settings
    54 Slideshow
    55 Task Manager
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    Ending applications
    56 Clock



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    Set Alarm
    ThinkFree Office
    File Manager
    Twitter
    ConvergenceOne™

    Index

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    Managing Data on IDENTITY tab

    Playing multimedia contents using a PC
    Program screen
    Playing multimedia contents using
    IDENTITY tab
    Email

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    Settings

    Setting up an email account
    Adding an email account

    Specifications and Features
    Copyright / Authentication, Trademark /
    Exemption Clause

    Installing ConvergenceOne™ on a PC

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    Copyright
    Trademark
    Exemption clause
    Internet Service Types
    Troubleshooting
    Warranty Statement and After-Sales Service
    Index

    Setting up your work email
    Deleting an email account
    Browser
    Camera

    Wireless & networks
    Sound
    Display
    Location & security
    Applications
    Account & Sync
    Privacy
    SD card & device storage
    Search
    Select language
    Android keyboard
    Date & Time
    About system

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    Before Getting Started
    Safety Precautions
    Using IDENTITY tab Safely
    Symbols in the Manual
    Features of IDENTITY tab
    Product, Accessories & Optional Components
    IDENTITY tab Exterior
    Holding IDENTITY tab Correctly
    Charging the Battery

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    Safety Precautions
    Class B Device (Residential Broadcasting and Communications Device): IDENTITY tab is for
    residential environments (Class B) and is certified for EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility).
    This device is used mainly in residential environments, and can be used in all regions.

    Warning
    Breaching this safety instruction may result in death or major injury to the user.

    Caution
    Breaching this safety instruction may result in minor injury to the use and product damage.
    For safe and proper use of the product, avoid the following places.
    ƒƒ Places close to home appliances, such as a TV, audio equipment, or a refrigerator.
    ƒƒ Places affected by heat or direct sunlight.
    ƒƒ Steel structures or places enclosed with thick walls.
    ƒƒ Dusty places.
    ƒƒ Wet or damp places.
    Turn off IDENTITY tab in places where use of radio devices is prohibited.
    ƒƒ A problem or danger may occur with relation to radio waves.
    ƒƒ Turn off IDENTITY tab when boarding an airplane. The radio waves emitting from
    IDENTITY tab may affect the electronic aviation systems and endanger the airplane.
    ƒƒ Turn off IDENTITY tab in a hospital. The radio waves emitting from IDENTITY tab
    may affect medical equipment.
    Precaution when using the power
    ƒƒ Do not pull out the adapter cord or touch the power plug with wet hands.
    ƒƒ Do not connect many power plugs into the same extension cord.
    ƒƒ Do not use a damaged power cord, a damaged plug or a loose power outlet.
    ƒƒ Do not use IDENTITY tab in areas with a high temperature or humidity.
    ƒƒ IDENTITY tab can be broken when you drop or impact it strongly.
    ƒƒ Do not disassemble, repair, or modify your IDENTITY tab arbitrarily.
    ƒƒ Do not paint or put a sticker on your IDENTITY tab.

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    Safety Precautions
    Precautions for battery use
    ƒƒ Do not disassemble the battery, put it in the mouth, or eat it (also keep away from
    pets).
    ƒƒ Ensure that no leaked battery fluid comes into contact with the eyes, skin, or cloth.
    ƒƒ Do not impact the battery or make a hole in it with a sharp object.
    ƒƒ Do not peel the surface of the battery or modify it.
    ƒƒ Ensure that the battery is charged with a standard charger that is certified by
    government-designated authorities.
    ƒƒ Do not impact the battery or disassemble arbitrarily.
    ƒƒ If an uncertified battery is used, it may explode.
    ƒƒ Do not place the battery in the vicinity of heat sources (heater, microwave, etc.).
    Do not leave the battery in a sauna where the temperature is very high or heat the
    battery up.
    ƒƒ Ensure that the battery charging terminals do not make contact with metal
    substances.
    Precautions when using the product
    ƒƒ Do not drop or impact IDENTITY tab.
    ƒƒ Ensure that IDENTITY tab is always used or kept in a clean area.
    ƒƒ Do not leave IDENTITY tab in a humid, dusty, or sooty area.
    ƒƒ Use a smooth cloth soaked with a neutral detergent when you clean your IDENTITY
    tab and the charger.
    ƒƒ The IDENTITY tab battery may have discharged spontaneously during distribution.
    If this happened, charge the battery for more than 5 hours before use.
    Other precautions
    ƒƒ Please learn how to use the antenna properly. Do not touch the antenna or the area
    where the antenna is embedded, otherwise battery consumption may increase.
    ƒƒ If the same screen is displayed continuously, an afterimage may appear.
    ƒƒ If a protective film or a sticker is stuck on the screen, the touchscreen may
    malfunction.

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    Using IDENTITY tab Safely
    ƒƒ Do not download suspicious applications.
    ƒƒ Do not visit unreliable websites.
    ƒƒ Delete suspicious messages and mails sent by unidentified senders.
    ƒƒ Use the password-setting function and change your password regularly.
    ƒƒ Only turn on wireless interfaces, such as Bluetooth when necessary.
    ƒƒ If an abnormal symptom continues, check if your IDENTITY tab is affected by malicious
    codes.
    ƒƒ Execute a virus check before using a downloaded file.
    ƒƒ Install an anti-virus application and execute a virus check regularly on the external
    devices connected to your IDENTITY tab.
    ƒƒ Do not modify the structure of the platform.
    ƒƒ Update the OS and anti-virus appplication to the latest version at all times.

    Symbols in the Manual
    Note
    Additional description of the corresponding function or cautions when you use the function
    To Execute
    Description of the order of execution

    Descripton of the connecting menu for the corresponding function or relevant functions.

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    Features of IDENTITY tab
    IDENTITY tab is an HMHD (Home Media Hub Device) for future media convergence.
    The market's best specification of 1 GHz CPU
    A new 1 GHz ARM Coretex-A8-based multimedia processor
    processes 3D graphics and HD videos quickly.
    7” WVGA TFT LCD Screen
    Provides a natural and clear resolution for magazines,
    animations, and HD videos, Internet web pages, etc.
    GPS, a G sensor, a light sensor, and various other sensors are
    incorporated.
    Convenient functions are provided, using the GPS, G sensor and
    light sensor. You can use services, such as maps and augmented
    reality, by tracking your location.
    Multi Touch / Full Capacitive Touch Screen
    A touch method that utilizes the static electricity of the human
    body is used. Various operations are available with multiple
    touch points.
    The response of the device to touch can be set in accordance
    with the number of touch points. Operations are available by
    adjusting the touch point gaps.

    SD

    SD Card Slot / USB Host / Slave Mini Slot
    You can save and manage your data easily in the SD card. You
    can also send and manage your data using the USB cable.
    Micro-HDMI
    You can connect digital devices to your IDENTITY tab more
    easily and quickly using the HDMI cable for high quality images
    and sound.
    Wi-Fi
    You can use an ultra high speed Internet or communications
    service within a certain distance from where an AP (Access
    Point) is installed.
    Bluetooth
    Convenient functions are provided, using Bluetooth. Enjoy
    videos and musics with a Bluetooth headset.

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    Features of IDENTITY tab
    Camera
    You can take pictures with a 3M pixel camera.
    Smart Search
    You can use various search engines. You can easily and quickly
    check various and accurate search results.
    3.5 Ø Earphones
    You can enjoy high-quality live sound effects with the 3.5 Ø
    earphones without using a jack converter.
    Google Market
    You can download and use various applications by Google
    market.

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    Product, Accessories & Optional Components
    Product and accessories

    Simple IDENTITY tab

    USB cable for charging
    the IDENTITY tab battery
    and connecting external
    devices to IDENTITY tab

    CD-ROM
    (User Manual, Installation
    Program)

    Portable pouch for
    protecting IDENTITY tab
    from scratches or external
    impacts

    IDENTITY tab earphones
    that provide superior
    sound quality

    Quick Start Guide for
    users to quickly use the
    functions of IDENTITY tab

    5-pin power adapter

    Cleaning cloth for cleaning
    IDENTITY tab

    ƒƒ The above items comprise the product and the accessories inside the package
    when you purchase the product.
    ƒƒ The images of the product and the accessories may differ from the actual product
    and its accessories. Some accessories are subject to change.

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    Product, Accessories & Optional Components
    Optional components
    A protective film, a premium pouch and mount, a small mount, a silicon urethane case, a car
    mount, etc.
    ƒƒ The earphones that come with your IDENTITY tab are only for use with IDENTITY
    tab, so they may not be compatible with cellular phones or MP3 players.
    ƒƒ Using the accessories that come with your IDENTITY tab will deliver you the best
    performance.
    ƒƒ When purchasing optional components, first check if they are compatible with
    your IDENTITY tab and use only registered parts.
    ƒƒ Some optional components are subject to change, depending on the
    circumstances.
    ƒƒ Please be aware that Enspert shall not assume responsibility for the decreased
    lifespan or failure of your IDENTITY tab resulting from using non-authorized
    optional components.
    ƒƒ For improving its performance, the exterior and specifications of IDENTITY tab are
    subject to change without prior notice. The sale of optional components is subject
    to change depending on circumstance. For further information on the optional
    components, please visit the Enspert website (http://www.identitytab.com).

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    IDENTITY tab Exterior
    Frontal view of IDENTITY tab
    1

    7
    2
    3

    4
    5

    1

    Power Button

    2

    Touchscreen

    3

    Light Sensor

    4

    Menu Button

    5

    Home Button

    6

    Previous Button

    7

    Volume Button

    6
    ƒƒ You can connect the power adapter and the USB cable, which is included in the
    package, to IDENTITY tab.
    ƒƒ Touching the Wi-Fi antenna area while using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth may reduce the
    quality of communication or increase the consumption of the battery.
    ƒƒ The IDENTITY tab touchscreen is coated with an anti-fingerprint film to prevent
    fingerprints.

    Rear view of IDENTITY tab
    7

    1

    1

    Port Cover

    2

    Camera

    3

    GPS Antenna

    4

    Speakers

    5

    Microphone

    6

    Wi-Fi Antenna

    7

    Earphones Jack

    2
    6
    3
    5

    4

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    IDENTITY tab Exterior
    Top and bottom view of IDENTITY tab

    1

    2 3

    4

    5

    1

    Earphones Jack

    2

    Reset Button

    3

    micro-HDMI Port

    4

    SD Card Slot

    5

    Mini USB Port (Charging)

    6

    Speakers

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    Holding IDENTITY tab Correctly
    When using your IDENTITY tab, hold it correctly as shown in the figure below.

    ƒƒ Touching the area where the Wi-Fi antenna is embedded during data
    communication may reduce the quality of communication or increase the
    consumption of the battery.
    ƒƒ Using accessories such as metallic stickers around the area where the Wi-Fi
    antenna is embedded may reduce the quality of communication or increase the
    consumption of the battery.

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    Charging the Battery
    The IDENTITY tab battery can be charged by connecting it to the USB power adapter or the
    USB cable.

    1 
    To charge the IDENTITY tab battery, open the USB port cover and connect the USB
    power adapter or the USB cable to IDENTITY tab in the correct direction.

    [Connect the 5-pin power adapter or the USB cable to charge the battery]

    When you start charging the battery, the battery icon
    of the screen.

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    Charging the Battery

    2

    When the IDENTITY tab battery is charged, disconnect the power adapter or the USB
    cable from IDENTITY tab.
     When the battery is charged using the 5-pin power adapter, disconnect the
    adapter from IDENTITY tab or disconnect the power cable.
     You can also charge the IDENTITY tab battery using the USB cable that came
    with IDENTITY tab when you purchased it. Connect the USB cable to your
    IDENTITY tab USB port and to the USB port on your PC or laptop computer.
    However, the IDENTITY tab battery may not be charged when the USB cable is
    connected to the USB port on certain devices, such as the audio sets of some
    automobiles and TV set-top boxes.
     The IDENTITY tab battery may be charged slowly when using the USB cable.
    (The battery may drain when enjoy multimedia, such as watching a video, due
    to the slowly charging speed.)

    you use your IDENTITY tab again after not using it for an extended length of
    time.
     If you charge the fully discharged IDENTITY tab battery, the IDENTITY tab
    power will not turn on immediately.
     IDENTITY tab has an internal 4100mAh rechargeable Li-polymer battery. Do
    not disassemble your IDENTITY tab and touch the battery.
     The IDENTITY tab battery is a consumable part, so its lifespan decreases

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    Basic Functions
    Turning On/ Turning Off/ Resetting
    Button Functions
    Home Screen
    Using the Touchscreen
    Entering Text − Keyboard
    Executing Functions
    Adjusting the Volume
    Connecting the Accessories
    Connecting to External Devices

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    Turning On/ Turning Off/ Resetting
    Turning on

    1

    Press and hold down the Power button to turn on IDENTITY tab.

    Turning off

    1 Press and hold down the Power button to turn off IDENTITY tab.

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    Turning On/ Turning Off/ Resetting
    Resetting
    If errors occur while using IDENTITY tab and IDENTITY tab does not work properly, refer to
    the image below and reset the system by pressing the Reset button with a thin, long metal
    object, such as a ballpoint pen. You can reset IDENTITY tab without any loss of the application
    or the data saved in the SD card memory.

    Button Functions
    Button

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    Basic Functions

    Name

    Function

    Power

    Turns on or off the screen.

    Menu

    Opens the corresponding, linked munu

    Home

    Returns to the Home screen
    Executes the last menu when this button is pressed and
    held down.

    Previous

    Returns to the previous menu.

    Volume

    Adjust the volume.
    Sets to the Silent mode when this button is pressed and
    held down.

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    Home Screen
    1

    1

    Status bar
    The status icon, the notification icon, and the
    current time are displayed on the status bar.

    2

    Application
    You can view the list of application on the main
    menu screen and use them.

    2
    Menus on the Home screen
    Tap the Menu button on the Home screen or an application screen to use various menu
    functions.

    1

    Add

    Shortcuts, widgets and folders can be added. The background of the Home screen
    can be changed to wallpapers
    you want.

    2

    Wallpaper

    The wallpaper for the Home
    screen can be changed.

    3

    Search

    You can search for files saved
    in the menu or IDENTITY tab,
    or by linking to Google.

    4

    Notifications

    Notifications can be viewed.

    5

    Settings

    The setting functions can be
    used.

    1
    2

    3

    4

    5

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    Home Screen
    Checking the notification indication
    Information on the communication services and notifications on the functions you are using
    can be checked. If you drag the status bar downwards on the Home screen or while using the
    menu, the notification screen appears.

    You can delete all the notifications by tapping Delete.

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    Home Screen
    Icons at the top of the screen
    Email

    A new email is received.
    The battery needs to be charged.

    Battery

    Remaining battery level
    The battery is being charged.
    The battery is not recognized.

    Wi-Fi

    An open Wi-Fi network can be used.
    Wi-Fi connection status
    System warning

    Warning

    The internal memory capacity is low.
    SD card warning
    USB connection status

    Status

    Uploading to the Market
    Downloading from the Market

    Schedule
    Alarm
    Bluetooth

    Synchronizing
    Playback

    Schedule registration status
    Alarm setting status
    Bluetooth connection setting
    Connecting Bluetooth.
    Synchronizing
    Synchronizing warning
    Playing music

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    Using the Touchscreen
    Precautions before use
    ƒƒ IDENTITY tab has a capacitive touchscreen that is operated by detecting a very small
    amount of current in the human body.
    - Do not press the screen hard with a plastic pen.
    ƒƒ Do not press the touchscreen hard.
    - The sensors may be damaged when they are pressed too hard or excessive pressure is
    applied to them.
    ƒƒ Ensure that no substances with electric current make contact with the touchscreen.
    - The touchscreen may not work properly due to electrical stimulation, such as static
    electricity.
    ƒƒ Do not use the touchscreen in a humid place. If there is water on the touchscreen, remove
    it before use.
    - The touch sensors may not work properly.
    ƒƒ The touch sensors may not work properly when LCD protective films or accessories, which
    are available on the market, are attached to the touchscreen.

    Tapping
    You can select or execute a function by tapping a desired menu or item.

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    Using the Touchscreen
    Tapping and holding down
    You can check additional options by tapping and holding down a desired menu or item.

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    Using the Touchscreen
    Dragging
    Drag the item you want to move to a desired location on the screen.

    [Moving and deleting an icon]

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    Using the Touchscreen
    Enlargement
    Tap the screen with two fingers and drag them outwards to enlarge the screen.

    Reduction
    Tap the screen with two fingers and drag them inwards to reduce the screen.

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    Entering Text − Keyboard
    You can enter English letters, numbers, and symbols using the QWERTY keyboard.

    Deletes a character right before the cursor.
    Leaves a space.
    Number/ symbol entry mode
    English lower case entry mode
    English upper case entry mode (only the first entered character is applicable)
    English upper case entry mode (continuously applicable)
    Tapping and holding down or double-tapping

    will switch to

    .

    Editing text
    When tapping and holding down a character you entered, a menu for editing appears. You
    can cut, copy, or paste it.
    Select all

    Selects all the characters you entered.

    Select text

    Selects some characters you entered.

    Cut all

    Cuts selected characters or all the characters you entered.

    Copy all

    Copy selected characters or all the characters you entered.

    Paste

    Pastes copied characters.

    Input method

    Change the Entering text method. (Keyboard)

    Add "**" to dictionary

    Add selected characters to dictionary database.

    You can set the keyboard in Settings. For further information, see "Android keyboard" on
    page 83.

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    Executing Functions
    Execution functions on the Home screen
    Adding icons
    You can add frequently-used functions as icons.

    1 Tap and hold down a blank space on the screen or tap the Menu button and select
    'Add'.

    2

    Tap the shortcut and then select a function to add.

    Adding Widgets
    You can add widgets.

    1 Tap and hold down a blank space on the screen or tap the Menu button and select
    'Add'.

    2

    Tap Widget and select a widget to add.

    Deleting icons and widgets

    1

    Tap and hold down an icon or a widget to delete.

    2 Drag the icon or the widget for deletion onto the recycle bin, and then retract your
    finger.
    Executing on the main menu screen
    You can execute a function that you want quickly.
    When an application is installed, it is added to the main menu screen.

    To execute
    Home Screen

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    Executing Functions
    Usage by screen display
    When a scroll bar is displayed
    When a scroll bar is displayed due to many items, you can scroll up and down the screen to
    check all the items.

    When tabs are displayed
    When tabs are displayed, you can select a desired tab.

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    Executing Functions
    When
    When

    When
    When

    s are displayed
    s are displayed, you can set or unset the function.

    s are displayed
    s are displayed, you can set the detail options.

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    Executing Functions
    is displayed
    When you select an item from among multiple items,
    selected,
    is displayed.

    is displayed. When the item is

    When a control bar is displayed
    When fine-tuning is necessary, tap and hold down the control bar and drag it to the left or
    right for adjustment.

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    Adjusting the Volume
    Use the volume buttons at the right top of IDENTITY tab to adjust the volume.

    Press the volume buttons quickly to adjust the volume. In Settings > Sounds, you can set
    Sounds
    on page 74.

    Note
     SRS WOW HDTM (Sound Retrieval System): You can enjoy live stereophonic sound as if you
    were in a movie theater or a concert hall. You can use this function when listening to music
    or watching a movie.
     SRS WOW HDTM is a package with many technologies and is custom designed to reproduce
    natural audio, thereby producing close-to-original sounds.
     SRS WOW HDTM
    bandwidth for rich base and clear details. When audio is played, the sound quality improves

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    Connecting the Accessories
    Connecting the earphones
    Connect the earphones into the earphones jack on your IDENTITY tab.

     When you use the earphones, you may not hear external sounds. For your safety,
    do not use the earphones where there is potential danger. If you use the earphones
    at a high volume while you are walking or driving, it may distract you and cause an
    accident.
     If you use the earphones at a high volume for an extended length of time, they
     The earphones that came with your IDENTITY tab are only for IDENTITY tab (4 pins),
    so they may not be compatible with other products.
     If you need to use extra earphones, purchase 4-pin earphones. IDENTITY tab is
    optimized for 4-pin earphones.

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    Connecting the Accessories
    Inserting / removing the SD card

    1

    Open the plug cover.

    2
    makes a clicking sound.

    3

    If you push the inserted SD card once again, the SD card is detached.

     Do not apply excessive force when inserting the SD card.
     Do not remove the SD card while the SD card is in use.
    Doing so may delete the data or cause malfunctioning of IDENTITY tab.
     If the SD card is inserted in the opposite direction, IDENTITY tab may fail or
    the SD card may not be removed.
     If the SD card is not recognized or causes malfunctioning, format the SD card
    before use.
     It is recommended that you format the SD card using the FAT system.
     The SD card is not included in the accessories. You need to buy an SD card
    separately.
     The data storage path of the SD card is "/sdcard/sd".
     Wintec Industries recommends SD cards that are class 4 or lower with
    the Identity Tab.

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    Connecting the External Devices
    Connecting to a computer

    1 Connect the one end of the USB cable to the USB Host/Slave Mini port on IDENTITY tab
    and the other end to a computer.

    ƒƒ You can copy, delete, or manage files on your IDENTITY tab and PC.
    ƒƒ IDENTITY tab has similar functions to a PC, but it may have functional
    differences and some functions may not be supported.
    ƒƒ Before disconnecting the USB cable, execute "Safe Hardware Removal" on
    your PC.
    ƒƒ When you connect the USB cable into a PC USB port, the IDENTITY tab battery
    starts charging automatically. However, when there is no power at the USB
    port, the IDENTITY tab battery is not charged.
    ƒƒ When the USB cable is connected, the icon
    appears at the top of the
    screen.

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    Connecting to External Devices
    Connecting to an external USB storage device

    1 Connect the one end of the USB cable to the USB Host/Slave Mini port on IDENTITY tab
    and the other end to an external device.

    ƒƒ Some products (digital cameras and external HDDs) that require separate
    installation of a driver or some products (multi card readers) or require
    creation of multiple drivers may not be supported.
    ƒƒ Some products requiring separate power may not be supported.
    ƒƒ Only FAT formatting is available for an external HDD.
    ƒƒ When the USB cable is connected, the icon
    appears at the top of the
    screen.

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    Connecting to External Devices
    Connecting to an HDMI device
    Use the micro-HDMI port on IDENTITY tab to display images on your external digital devices,
    such as a TV, cellular phone or monitor.

    1 Connect the micro-HDMI port on the right side of your IDENTITY tab to an external
    digital device (TV, cellular phone, monitor).

    2 When the connection is complete, turn on your IDENTITY tab and the external digital
    device (TV, cellular phone, monitor).
    ƒƒ When you connect to an external digital device using the micro-HDMI port,
    you can enjoy superior resolution and sound quality.
    ƒƒ The micro-HDMI port supports digital image and audio signals, so an extra
    audio signal cable is not necessary.
    ƒƒ If an external digital device does not support HDMI input, you cannot use the
    micro-HDMI port.
    ƒƒ In Settings, you can set the HDMI output. For further information, see Display
    on page 75.

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    Memo

    Basic Functions

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    Other Features
    Talk
    Maps
    Market
    Address Book
    Gallery
    Video
    Music
    Photo
    Task Manager
    Clock
    ThinkFree Office
    File Manager
    Twitter
    ConvergenceOne™
    Email
    Browser
    Camera

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    Talk
    You can chat freely with your friends by using a Google account, and you don't need to install
    an additional program or sign up for membership. Register your Google account prior to use.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Talk

    Select the desired ID.

    All friends

    Shows all your friends registered in Talk.

    Add friend

    Allows you to add a friend via an email invitation.

    Search

    Allows you to search for a friend.

    Sign out

    Allows you to log out of the account in use and end Talk.

    Settings

    Allows you to set the Away status and the notification sound.

    More > Close all chats

    Allows you to close the chat window in use.

    More > Invites

    Shows a list of friends who have been invited and are pending confirmation.

    More > Blocked

    Shows a list of friends who have been blocked from chatting.

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    Talk
    Talk settings
    To execute
    Talk

    Home Screen

    General
    settings

    Notifications
    settings

    About

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    Other Features

    Select the desired email address.

    Automatically
    sign in

    Allows you to set the automatic log-in for the
    specified account.

    Mobile indicator

    Shows your log-in status to registered friends.

    Automatic
    away-status

    Allows you to set the status to Away when the
    screen is changed to Protected mode and is
    turned off.

    Clear search history

    Allows you to clear previous chat search words in
    the search box so as not to show them.

    IM notifications

    Displays a notification in the status bar when a
    message arrives from a registered friend.

    Select ringtone

    Allow you to specify the notification ringtone.

    Vibrate

    Allows you to specify vibration for notification.

    Term & privacy

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    Maps
    You can search for a desired location based on GPS or you can view various location information. You can view the driving route from your current location to your destination, find
    public transportation routes and view an outline map for walking. You can also view the map
    through a web search for the location and through satellite images.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Maps

    Select a desired location.

    - Drag the screen to the top/ bottom/ left/ right with your finger to move the map.
    - Tap the screen twice to enlarge the map.
    - Press and hold down the desired location on the map to view its address.
    Search
    Directions
    Starred Places
    Clear Map
    Join Latitude
    More

    Allows you to search for a desired location and shows it on the
    map.
    Allows you to select from the car, public transportation or pedestrian navigation functions.
    Shows the map with map layers such as traffic information, and
    satellite images and geographical features.
    Allows you to clear all location information on the map.
    Shows your current location.
    Shows information such as labs, Help and Terms, Privacy & notices.

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    Market
    Market is an application market dedicated to Google. You can download various applications
    onto your device, including games.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Search

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    Market

    Select a desired application.

    Allows you to search for a desired application.

    My apps

    Shows a list of applications which have been downloaded and
    installed on your device.

    Settings

    Allows you to set a notification if there is an update on installed applications or games.

    Help

    Allows you to search for and view Help about Market by connecting
    to the Internet.

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    Address Book
    You can save and search for various information, such as telephone numbers and email
    addresses. You can also select an email address and send an email.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Address Book

    Other Features

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    Address Book
    Managing the address book
    Adding a new contact
    To execute
    Address list

    Enter contact details to add

    Save

    Editing a contact
    To execute
    Address list

    Select a contact to edit

    Edit

    Enter contents to edit

    Save

    Deleting a contact
    To execute
    Address list

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    Other Features

    Menu Button

    Delete

    Select a contact to delete (or Select all)

    Delete



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    Address Book
    Sending an email
    To execute
    Address list

    Select an email address

    to send an email to.

    or
    Address list

    Select the email address you want

    Send the email

    ƒƒ You need to set up an email account to send an email. For further information on
    how to set up an email account, see "Email" on page 66~69.
    ƒƒ To send an email, your Wi-Fi should be connected. For further information on how
    to connect Wi-Fi, see "Wireless & networks" on page 73.

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    Gallery
    You can view and manage the pictures and videos saved in the memory. You can view the
    pictures in a slideshow or edit them.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Gallery

    ƒƒ When selecting
    at the top right of the screen, you can change the sorting
    method to 'By date' or 'Preview'.
    ƒƒ Dragging the screen to the left or right, you can check the file collection that is
    sorted by folder.
    ƒƒ Tap
    to use the camera function.

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    Gallery
    Managing pictures and video files

    1

    Select the folder you want on the Gallery screen.
    ƒƒ If you press the Menu button twice, you can either select all the files, or select
    files individually for sharing, deleting, or to perform other tasks.
    ƒƒ You can check all the folders by dragging the screen to the left or right.

    2

    Select the picture or video you want.
    ƒƒ When you select a video file, the screen returns to the previous screen after
    the video file is played.
    ƒƒ When you select a picture file, a menu appears that allows you to play a
    slideshow or to share, delete, or perform other tasks.
    ƒƒ You can view the files saved in the selected folder by dragging the screen to
    the left or right.

    Select All
    Deselect All

    You can share, delete, or perform other tasks by selecting all the files
    saved in a folder.
    You can cancel the Select All task.

    Share

    You can share the selected file via Bluetooth.

    Delete

    You can delete the selected file.
    ƒƒ Details: You can check the information on the selected file.
    ƒƒ Set As: You can set the selected picture as a wallpaper or an icon
    for contacts.
    ƒƒ Crop: You can cut the selected picture to the size you want.
    ƒƒ Rotate to the left: You can rotate the selected picture to the left.
    ƒƒ Rotate to the right: You can rotate the selected picture to the right.

    Other Tasks

    Only Details for video files can be checked.

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    Video
    You can watch videos using the flash player. You can search for the video files saved in the
    memory.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Video

    Supported file formats
    ƒƒ File formats: mp4, avi, wmv, 3gp, k3g, ak3g
    ƒƒ Resolution: 1024 x 720

    Caption settings

    To execute
    While a video is playing

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    Menu button

    Settings

    Select the item you want.

    You can add widgets on the Home screen. For further information on how to add
    widgets, see "Executing Functions" on page 27
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    Music
    You can enjoy your music with the Player.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Album

    Music

    You can sort your music by album title.

    Song

    You can view the entire list of saved music.

    Artist

    You can sort your music by artist name.

    Play List

    A list of the music that was recently added is displayed, and you can
    check it in the widget.

    You can add widgets on the Home screen. For further information on how to add
    widgets, see "Executing Functions" on page 27

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    Music
    Playing music

    Press and hold down the Menu button to set the functions.
    Mini Explorer

    You can search the memory.

    Audio Enhancement Effect
    File Information

    You can set the sound effects.
    You can check the file information.

    ƒƒ Only MP3 files are supported.
    ƒƒ For further information on the equalizer, see "Sound" on page 74.
    ƒƒ Even if you switch to the Home screen while playing music, the music continues to
    play in background mode. To pause the music, tap the Pause button on the screen.
    ƒƒ When playing music,
    appears at the top of the screen.

    Deleting music
    To execute
    Music List

    Menu button

    Delete

    Select a song to delete

    Delete

    or
    Music Playback Screen

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    Menu button

    Delete

    Select a song to delete

    Delete



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    Photo
    You can enjoy your pictures in a slideshow or manage the pictures you want by album.
    To execute
    Photo

    Home Screen

    All Photos

    You can view all the saved pictures.

    view Folder

    You can view the pictures by folder.

    my Album

    You can manage the pictures you want by adding albums.

    slideshow

    You can enjoy a slideshow.

    Editing pictures
    You can rotate a picture and apply filter effects using many functions. You can also cut the
    area you want.
    To execute
    All Pictures

    Select the pictures you want

    Menu button

    More

    Edit

    ƒƒ Edited pictures are saved in new files.
    ƒƒ You can add widgets on the Home screen. For further information on how to add
    widgets, see "Executing Functions" on the page 27

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    Photo
    My Album settings
    Adding albums
    To execute
    Album List Screen

    Enter the album name

    Ok

    Select a picture

    Complete

    Deleting albums
    To execute
    Album List Screen Menu button
    album to delete Complete Ok

    Delete Individually (or Delete All)

    Select an

    Slideshow
    You can set a function by pressing the Menu button during a slideshow.
    show setup
    File Information
    Delete
    Wallpaper

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    Other Features

    You can set the screen switch speed of a slideshow, the slide effects
    and the background music.
    You can check the information on the pictures.
    You can delete the pictures displayed on the screen.
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    Task Manager
    You can view a list of the currently used applications and the memory capacity, as well as the
    installed applications.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Task Manager

    or
    Press and hold down the Home button

    Task Manager

    Ending applications
    You can increase the available memory capacity by closing any applications that are running.
    To execute
    List of the applications that are running

    End all

    or
    List of the applications that are running

    End

     Android, the OS, uses the memory, so the total memory is not displayed as 512MB.
    This is not a hardware fault.
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    Clock
    You can set the alarm according to your desired setting time.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Alarm Clock

    When the Alarm Clock is set,

    appears at the top of the screen.

    Set Alarm
    You can set alarm with time, Ringtone, Vibrate, Repeat, and Label. You can also change the
    alarm setting value you want.
    Turn alarm on
    Time

    You can set desire time to alarm.

    Repeat

    You can set repeat function by day of the week. (Monday ~ Sunday)

    Ringtone

    You can set desire ringtone. (Silent, BeeBeep Alarm, Beep-Beep-Beep
    Alarm, Buzzer Alarm, Piezo Alarm, Ringing Alarm, and Rooster Alarm)

    Vibrate
    Label

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    You can set alarm.

    Other Features

    You can choose vibrate function except ringtone.
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    ThinkFree Office
    ThinkFree Office is an office package that is compatible with Microsoft Office and allows you
    to manage your documents online and offline. You can view or edit various Office files (PDF,
    Text, Word, Excel, Power Point) saved in the SD card (external memory card). If you have an
    account on the ThinkFree website, you can also manage your documents online.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    ThinkFree Office

    If you want to manage your documents online on the ThinkFree website, your Wi-Fi
    should be connected. For further information on how to set up the Wi-Fi for IDENTITY
    tab, see "Wireless & networks" on page 69.

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    File Manager
    You can manage the files and folders saved on the memory card.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    File Manager

    Press and hold down the Menu button to set the functions.
    Copy

    You can copy the files and folders you want.

    Move

    You can move the files and folders you want.

    Delete

    You can delete the files and folders you want.

    Sort by

    You can sort the files and folders by name, size, and date.

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    Twitter
    You can enjoy Twitter, a representative social networking service. You can communicate with
    many people through real-time messaging.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Twitter

    ƒƒ You need to set up a Twitter account.
    ƒƒ You can add widgets on the Home screen. For further information regarding how
    to add widgets, see "Executing Functions" on page 27.

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    ConvergenceOne™
    Using ConvergenceOne™, you can share multimedia contents on various digital devices via
    a wireless network. You can make your IDENTITY tab interoperate with your PC and TV that
    support the DLNA function, and share and enjoy the contents. You need to connect to Wi-Fi
    to use ConvergenceOne™.
     Devices that will share Wi-Fi need to use the same AP (Access Point). If the devices
     To make your IDENTITY tab interoperate with your TV, ensure that the TV supports
    the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) function. See the User Manual on how
    to set TV networks.
     If many devices are connected to the same router or other devices use a lot of
    network bandwidths, HD videos may not be reproduced smoothly.

    to may not be found.
     For further information on how to set up the Wi-Fi for IDENTITY tab, see "Wireless &
    networks" on the page 73.

    Installing ConvergenceOne™ on a PC
    System requirements
     OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
     Hard drive disk space needed to install the application: 15 MB
     If you use the UAC (User Account Control) on Windows Vista, you will need to allow access
    when executing the application.
    You can use the PC installation program on the CD that came with your IDENTITY tab,
    or download it from the IDENTITY tab website
    (http://www.wintecind.com/support_center/Downloads/index.html).

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    ConvergenceOne™

    1

    Double-click the installation file (ConvergenceOne_Setup) on the CD.

    2

    Complete the installation by following the installation precedures.

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    ConvergenceOne™
    Playing multimedia contents using a PC

    1 Execute ConvergenceOne™ on your PC.
    2

    Set a folder with the multimedia content you want to share.

    3 Select a device (PC) that contains multimedia contents (pictures, music, videos) to play.
    4

    Select some multimedia content to enjoy.
    Only shared files are displayed.

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    5

    Click the Play button on the right side of the screen.

    6

    Select a device to play the multimedia content.

    7

    The selected multimedia content plays.

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    ConvergenceOne™
    Program screen
    5

    4

    1

    2

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    3

    You can select the device where the multimedia contents (pictures, music, videos)
    to share are saved.
    A list of the pictures, music, and videos on the storage device are displayed.
    You can select a device to play multimedia contents.
    You can set the file view mode or change a folder to share.
    You can search for the saved multimedia contents, and set the file view mode.

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    ConvergenceOne™
    Playing multimedia contents using IDENTITY tab

    1 Execute ConvergenceOne™.

    A device that can be connected is searched automatically. If there is no device
    that you want, tap the Search Again button to try again.

    2 Select a device (IDENTITY tab) that contains multimedia contents (pictures, music,
    videos) to play.

    3

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    Select some multimedia content to enjoy, and tap the View (or Listen) button.

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    ConvergenceOne™

    4

    Select a device to play the multimedia content.

    5

    The multimedia content is played on the selected device.

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    Email
    You can send or receive emails by synchronizing email accounts you are using on the Internet. Register your email accounts before use.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Email

    To use the email, your Wi-Fi should be connected. For further information on how to
    connect the Wi-Fi, see "Wireless & networks" on page 73

    Setting up an email account
    set up some widely used email accounts (hotmail, gmail, etc).
    List of the email providers





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    Gmail (Gmail.com, googlemail.com, google.com, android.com)
    AOL (aol.com)
    Hotmail (hotmail.com, live.com, msn.com)
    Yahoo (yahoo.com, ymail.com, yahoo.co.kr)



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    Email

    1

    Enter an email address by tapping the email address box.

    2

    Enter the password in the password box, and then tap Next.
    ƒƒ If you fail to connect to the server through the automatic registration, go back
    to the email setup screen and tap Manual Setting.
    ƒƒ If you fail to connect to the server due to entering an incorrect user name or
    password, tap Edit Details and try again by re-entering your user name and
    password correctly.
    ƒƒ When the automatic registration is complete, the account type selection
    screen does not appear. You can set the name for your account and sent
    messages directly.

    3

    When the screen for selecting an account type appears, select POP3 or IMAP.

    4

    Enter the receiving and sending server setting information, and then tap Next.

    5

    Set the name for your account and sent messages, and then tap Complete.

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    Email
    Adding an email account
    You can register more than one email account.
    To execute
    Inbox

    Menu button

    Account

    Menu button

    Add an Account

    For information on how to set up an email account, see "Setting up an email account"
    on page 66-67.

    Setting up your work email
    You can receive information such as emails, your address book, and your schedule through
    the exchange server that is used at your work.

    1

    Enter an email address by tapping the email address box.

    2

    Enter the password in the password box, and then tap Next.

    3

    When the account type selection screen appears, choose Exchange.
    To set up a POP3 or IMAP account, see "Setting up an email account" on page
    66-67.

    4

    Enter the detailed information of the exchange server.
    For further information on the server, contact the person who is in charge of the
    server.

    5 Set the frequency of email checking and the number of emails to be synchronized, and
    then tap Next.

    6

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    Set the name for your account and sent messages, and then tap Next.

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    Email
    Deleting an email account
    To execute
    Inbox
    delete

    Menu Button Account
    Delete the account

    Touch and hold on the name of the account to

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    Browser
    You can access websites to search for information.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Browser

    Press and hold down the Menu button to set the functions.
    New Window
    Bookmark

    You can check your bookmarks, frequently visited pages, and the
    browsing history.

    Windows

    You can check all the open web pages.

    Refresh

    You can update the current page to the last status.

    Previous

    You can go to the previous screen of the currently used web page.

    Add a bookmark
    Find on page

    You can add bookmarks to web pages.
    You can search for the texts you want within an open web page.

    Select text

    You can select, copy, and paste texts from an open web page.

    Page info

    You can view the information on an open web page.

    Share page

    You can share the page by Bluetooth or Gmail.

    Download

    You can view a list of the files that you downloaded from the Internet.

    Settings

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    You can open a new web page.

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    Browser
    ƒƒ The files downloaded from the Internet are saved in the "sdcard/download" folder.
    ƒƒ The Flash Player is installed, so you can easily view the flash screens on the web
    pages.
    ƒƒ To use the Internet, your Wi-Fi should be connected. For further information on
    how to connect Wi-Fi, see "Wireless & networks" on page 73.
    ƒƒ When you receive a new email,
    appears at the top of the screen.

    Camera
    You can take pictures with the camera.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Camera

    You can set the shooting options while pressing the Menu button to take pictures.

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    Settings
    Wireless & networks
    Sound
    Display
    Location & security
    Applications
    Account & sync
    Privacy
    SD card & device storage
    Search
    Select language
    Android keyboard
    Date & time
    About system

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    Wireless & networks
    You can change the wireless & network settings.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    Settings
    then change the setting.

    Wireless & networks

    Select the item you want, and

    Airplane mode

    You can disable all wireless connections.

    Wi-Fi

    You can turn on or off Wi-Fi.

    Wi-Fi settings

    You can set the network notification function. You can also
    select a Wi-Fi network from the Wi-Fi list or add a new one to
    the Wi-Fi list.

    Bluetooth

    You can turn on or off Bluetooth.

    Bluetooth settings

    You can set various functions, such as transferring data, to
    use Bluetooth. When Bluetooth is turned on, you can change
    the device names, set the search availability, and search for a
    device to connect.

    ƒƒ When an open Wi-Fi network is available,
    ƒƒ When the Wi-Fi network is connected,
    ƒƒ While Bluetooth is being connected,

    appears at the top of the screen.
    appears at the top of the screen.
    appears at the top of the screen.

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    Sound
    You can change the settings of the sounds.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    the setting.

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    Settings

    Settings

    Sound

    Select the item you want, and then change

    Volume

    You can set the sound volume of Media, Alarm and
    Notification.

    Notification ringtone

    You can set notification sounds.

    Audible selection

    When selecting a screen, you can set the touch pad sounds
    to turn on or off.

    Screen lock sounds

    When locking or unlocking a screen, you can set the touch pad
    sounds to turn on or off.

    Haptic feedback

    You can set the vibrate when pressing soft keys and on certain
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    Display
    You can change the settings of the display.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    the setting.

    Settings

    Display

    Select the item you want, and then change

    Brightness

    You can set the brightness of the screen.

    Auto-rotate screen

    You can change the orientation of the screen by rotating your
    IDENTITY tab horizontally or vertically.

    Animation

    You can set the display of animations.

    Screen timeout

    You can adjust the interval of the Auto Screen Off time.

    TV Mode

    You can choose TV out mode.

    TV Resolution

    You can choose TV Resolution.

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    Location & security
    You can set the settings of the location, date and time.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    Settings
    then change the setting.

    Settings

    Select the item you want, and

    My location

    Use GPS
    satellites

    You can set whether to use the satellite global positioning system.

    Screen unlock

    Set up screen
    lock

    You can set whether to lock screen with a pattern or
    password.

    Passwords

    Visible
    passwords

    You can set whether to show password as you type.

    Use secure
    credentials

    You can set whether to use a security certification encrypted with your personal information to use electronic
    information systems, such as Internet banking.

    Install from SD
    card

    You can install an encrypted certification that is
    necessary for using electronic information systems on
    your external memory card.

    Set password

    You can set or change your PIN, which is necessary for
    using the security certification.

    Clear storage

    You can delete all saved documents and the PIN.

    Credential
    storage

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    Applications
    You can manage the applications that are installed or are in use.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    change the setting.

    Unknown sources

    Settings

    Applications

    Select the item you want, and then

    You can set whether to install the applications that are not

    Manage applications

    You can view the information on the installed application, and
    control the functions.

    Running services

    You can view the list of the running applications.

    Memory Cache Delete

    You can delete memory caches.
    USB debugging: When the USB cable is connected, you can set
    or cancel the function for executing the debugging mode.

    Development

    Stay awake: You can set or cancel the function for the screen to
    stay on while the battery is being charged.
    Allow mock locations: You can set or cancel the function for
    allowing a temporary location.

    personal information may be divulged or abnormal symptoms may occur in your
    telecommunications services or basic operations. Wintec Industries shall not assume any
    responsibility for any loss or damage incurred from the aforementioned. If, therefore,
    abnormal symptoms occur, uninstall the applications immediately.

    Settings

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    Account & Sync
    You can change the detailed settings of the registered account, and add a new account.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    change the setting.

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    Settings

    Settings

    Account & Sync

    Select the item you want, and then

    Background data

    When you are not using the functions that need to be synchronized
    directly, you can allow a background data transmission.

    Auto-sync

    You can automatically set the synchronization of the set accounts.

    Manage accounts

    You can add, delete, change, or manage many email accounts.

    Add account

    You can add Exchange account and Goolgle account.



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    Privacy
    To execute
    Home Screen
    the setting.

    Settings

    Privacy

    Select the item you want, and then change

    Back up my data

    You can whether to back up my settings and other application data.

    Automatic restore

    When you reinstall an application, restore backed up settings or
    other data.

    Factory data reset

    All the data, such as the google account, system data, applications
    data, settings, and downloaded applications data are deleted. The
    files in the SD card are not deleted.

    Terminal
    initialization

    You can whether to initialize the terminal.

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    SD card & device storage
    To execute
    Home Screen
    Settings
    and then change the setting.

    SD card & device storage

    Total space

    You can check the total space of the SD card.

    Available space

    You can check the available space of the SD
    card.

    Unmount SD card

    When removing the SD card, you can prevent
    errors, such as data loss.

    Format SD card

    You can initialize the SD card.

    Internal
    memory

    Available space

    You can check the available space of the
    internal memory.

    Internal SD
    Memory

    Available space

    You can check the available memory of the
    internal SD memory.

    SD Card

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    Select the item you want,



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    Search
    You can set the search function while using Google.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Web

    Settings

    Google search

    You can set the function that suggests words at the
    bottom of the screen before you complete entering
    a full word.

    Searchable items

    You can set available search items using the quick
    search box.

    Clear shortcuts

    You can delete the shortcuts of the latest search
    results.

    Phone

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    Settings

    Search

    Settings

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    Select language
    You can set the text entry settings on the screen.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Settings

    Language & Keyboard

    Select language

    You can choose from among 8 languages the one that will be used on the device.

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    Android keyboard
    You can set the text entry settings on the screen.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Android
    keyboard
    settings

    Word
    suggestion
    settings

    Settings

    Language & Keyboard

    Android keyboard

    Vibrate on keypress

    Vibrates when the key on the keyboard is touched.

    Sound on keypress

    Emits sound when the key on the keyboard is
    touched.

    Auto-capitalization

    Capitalizes the first word of a sentence automatically.

    Voice input

    You can select Mic on main keyboard.

    Input languages

    You can whether to slide finger on spacebar to
    change language.

    Quick fixes

    Corrects commonly typed mistakes.

    Show suggestions

    Display suggested words while typing.

    Auto-complete

    Spacebar and punctuation automatically insert
    highlighted word.

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    Date & Time
    You can set the date and time automatically or manually.
    To execute
    Home Screen
    change the setting.

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    Settings

    Settings

    Date & Time

    Select the item you want, and then

    Automatic

    You can set the time use network-provided values.

    Set date

    You can set the date manually.

    Select time zone

    You can select time zone manually.

    Set time

    You can set the time manually.

    Use 24-hour format

    You can set the display type of time.

    Select date format

    You can select the date format.



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    About system
    You can check the system information, such as Network, Battery, and the legal information.
    To execute
    Home Screen

    Settings

    About system

    Settings

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    Index
    Managing Data on IDENTITY tab
    Copyright / Authentication / Trademark/ Exemption Clause
    Internet Service Types
    Troubleshooting
    Warranty Statement and After-Sales Service
    Index

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    Managing Data on IDENTITY tab
    ConvergenceOne™ will help you manage your personal information easily. While using
    IDENTITY tab, the saved data may be lost due to malfunctions or failures of your IDENTITY
    tab. In order to prevent or to minimize any inconvenience incurred from such a loss, it is
    recommended that you back up your personal data on another device. Wintec Industries
    shall not assume any responsibility for the loss of your data.
    Please visit the Enspert website for further information on the latest software information, the
    software upgrade method, and the management of personal information.

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    Specifications and Features
    Color
    Dimension

    Metal Silver
    Size

    191.2 (W) * 130.5 (L) * 14.6 (H)

    Weight

    425 g

    Operating
    Temperature

    IDENTITY tab: 0°C ~40°C Charger: 0°C ~40°C

    Operating
    Relative
    Humidity

    5% ~95%

    CPU

    ARM Cortex-A8 1GHz

    OS

    Android Froyo
    7.0” 260K Color TFT LCD

    H/W
    Display

    Memory
    Network
    GPS
    Interface
    Sensor
    Camera
    Battery

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    Resolution

    WVGA (800X480)

    Contrast level

    Level 3

    Capacitive multi
    touch

    Browser/ Map/ eBook Viewer/ Image

    8GB NAND Flash Memory/512MB System Memory
    Wi-Fi

    IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

    Bluetooth

    Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR

    Stand Alone GPS
    micro-HDMI, USB mini B type, Ear/ Mic Jack(diameter 3.5 Ø), SD
    Card Slot
    G sensor, Light sensor, Digital Compass
    3M Pixels
    4100 mAh Li-polymer Battery
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    Specifications and Features

    Audio

    S/W

    Built-in Stereo Speaker (above 1W x 2CH)

    Microphone

    Built-in microphone

    Sound effects

    SRS WOW HD

    E-Book

    ePub

    Image

    JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF

    Document

    TXT, PDF, DOC, PPT, XLS

    Codec

    ACC

    Speaker

    Video

    H.264, H.263, Xvid, WMV9, MPEG4, AVI, ASP

    Audio

    AAC, MP3, WMA3, AMR-NB/WB, AC3

    Image

    JPG, BMP, PNG

    Basic
    applications

    Internet Browser, Widget, Memo, Address Book

    Adapter

    Rechargeable with a USB adapter

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    Copyright / Authentication, Trademark / Exemption Clause
    Copyright
    Copyright© 2011 Wintec Industries. All rights reserved.
    This User Manual is the property of Wintec Industries and is protected by copyright law.
    This User Manual shall not be partially or wholly reproduced, distributed, translated or altered
    in an electronic or printed form without the written permission of Wintec Industries.
    The companies, institutions, and products that were used as examples are not actual data.
    It is not intended for these companies, institutions, products, persons, or incidents to be
    associated with Wintec Industries. Therefore, such an assumption should not be made.
    It is the user's responsibility to follow the corresponding copyright laws.

    Trademark
    FileMate, FileMate logo, Wintec Industries, and the Wintec Industries logo are the trademarks
    of Wintec Industries.
    The Android logo, Google Search, Voice Search, Map, Gmail, YouTube, Market, and Talk are the
    trademarks of Google Inc. Other company names and product names may be the trademarks
    of the corresponding companies.
    WOW HD, SRS and the

    symbol are the trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.

    Exemption clause
    Wintec Industries. shall not assume responsibility for accidental damage or damage incurred
    from the incorrect use and operation of IDENTITY tab. The information in the User Manual was
    Wintec Industries has been adding
    to change without prior notice.

    Internet Service Types
    In general, you need an Internet line to use the Internet. You can use all Internet lines, such
    as Internet line, dedicated lines, cable modems, and other Internet lines. Also, you can access
    Wi-Fi wireless Internet using Wi-Fi Multi.

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    Troubleshooting

    No screen
    appears at all.

    When the Internet is not
    connected or connected
    incorrectly, the screen may not
    display.

    Check the Internet
    connection.

    When IDENTITY tab is selected
    in External Output Mode, the
    screen may not display.

    Switch the External
    Output mode.

    When you watch the same
    screen for an extended length
    of time, afterimages appear.
    Have you played games for an
    extended length of time?
    LCD

    Afterimages
    appear.
    Border lines
    appear.

    If a paused screen
    continues to be displayed
    when you are playing a
    game, afterimages may
    appear.

    The border lines on the left and
    right and at the top and bottom
    of the screen are fixed, or the
    penetration of light differs
    from each other. Therefore, if
    you watch the screen for an
    extended length of time, border
    lines appear.

    The same screen may
    cause permanent
    damage to the pad
    screen. Failures incurred
    from the aforementioned
    are not covered in the
    warranty statement.

    The screen does not look clear
    under direct sunlight.

    Use your IDENTITY tab in
    a shaded area or in a level
    of brightness where you
    can read a book.

    You did not turn on the power
    switch.

    Press the power switch to
    turn on.

    The battery is discharged
    completely.

    Charge the battery.

    The battery is
    not charged.

    The charger is not connected
    to IDENTITY tab.

    Check if the USB charger
    is properly connected to
    IDENTITY tab.

    IDENTITY tab
    generates
    heat.

    When using IDENTITY tab, a
    lot of current is required. As
    a result, if you talk on your
    IDENTITY tab, play games,
    or use the Internet for an
    extended length of time, it
    may generate heat.

    This is neither a product
    failure, nor does it
    affect the lifetime or
    performance of your
    IDENTITY tab.

    The screen
    does not look
    clear.

    No input
    power

    Installation
    and
    Connection

    Have you used the 4:3 screen for
    an extended length of time?

    The screen may cause
    permanent damage to
    the touchscreen.

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    Troubleshooting

    Installation
    and
    Connection

    Menu

    The screen is
    not displayed
    after an external
    device was
    connected.

    When IDENTITY tab is not
    connected to an external
    device or connected
    incorrectly, the screen may
    not display.

    Check if the external
    device is connected
    properly.

    The menu is gray
    (deactivated).

    The menus that are
    supported vary depending
    on the model. Check the
    model when checking the
    functions.

    This can happen due to the
    mechanical contraction or
    expansion of the exterior.

    The knocking sound
    occurs when the product
    contracts or expands due
    to heat. Therefore, it is not
    a failure of the product
    and you can use the
    product safely.

    IDENTITY tab is
    dirty.

    Foreign objects adhere to
    IDENTITY tab.

    IDENTITY tab can be
    damaged if you wipe it
    with alcohol, benzene, or a
    synthetic detergent. Wipe
    your IDENTITY tab with a
    pencil eraser or a soft cloth.

    Data saved
    on IDENTITY
    tab has been
    deleted.

    If the data was damaged
    due to the initialization or
    failures of IDENTITY tab, it
    cannot be recovered unless
    you have backup data.

    Ensure that you back up
    the data on a safe external
    device at all times.

    The menu is not
    selected

    Knocking
    sound from the
    product

    Other

    When you leave the
    charged battery at a low
    or high temperature, its
    usage time decreases.
    The battery
    usage time
    (standby time)
    differs from the
    User Manual.

    When using additional
    functions, such as entering
    text, playing games, or
    using the Internet, the
    battery consumption
    increases.
    The battery is a consumable
    part, so its lifespan
    decreases slowly.

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    Use IDENTITY tab at room
    temperature.
    End the applications
    when you are not using
    IDENTITY tab.
    When you are not using
    Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or the
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    Troubleshooting

    Wi-Fi

    Camera

    The Internet
    is often
    disconnected.

    The quality of an
    image is not as
    good as the one
    on the preview
    screen.

    The Internet connection
    may be delayed or
    may not be connected
    properly, depending
    on the wireless AP
    condition.
    If you use IDENTITY
    tab while you are
    moving, the wireless
    Internet service can
    become disconnected,
    depending on the
    wireless AP condition.
    The quality of an
    image is sensitive
    to the surrounding
    environments and can
    vary depending on the
    shooting technique.
    Lighting is insufficient
    in a dark place, at night,
    or indoors. As a result,
    noise may occur or you
    cannot focus the camera
    properly.

    Move to another area and
    try again.

    Take pictures in a bright
    area or where sufficient
    lighting is present.

    GPS

    You cannot find
    your location
    indoors.

    You cannot properly
    receive GPS signals
    indoors.

    Use a wireless network or
    use it outdoors.

    Earphones

    Only one side of
    the earphones
    works.

    IDENTITY tab is
    optimized for 4-pin
    earphones.

    Use the earphones that
    came with your IDENTITY
    tab. You can also buy 4-pin
    earphones if you want
    extra ones.

    Due to the technical limitations of the manufacturing process, it can look brighter or
    darker by 1 PPM (1/1,000,000) on the LCD panel of IDENTITY tab. This does not affect the
    performance of IDENTITY tab at all. (The number of LCD panel pixels: 480,000 pixels).

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    Warranty Statement and After-Sales Service
    A. EXTENT OF LIMITED WARRANTY
    1. Enspert warrants hardware products against defects in materials and workmanship
    for a period of one year from date of purchase ("Warranty Period"). The customer is
    responsible for keeping all original proof of purchase documents during this time.
    Enspert will only accept purchase receipts from authorized resellers as proof of
    purchase. Receipts coming from credit card processing companies, including but not
    limited to PayPal, Authorizenet.com, Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Discovery, will not be
    accepted as proof of purchase.
    2. Concerning software products, Enspert Limited Warranty applies only to a failure to
    execute programming instructions. Enspert does not guarantee the operation of any
    product will be uninterrupted or error free.
    3. Enspert Limited Warranty covers only those defects which arise as a result of normal
    use of the product, and does not apply to:
    • Improper or inadequate maintenance or modification;
    • Software, interfacing, media, parts and supplies not provided or supported by
    Enspert; or
    • Operation outside the product's specifications.
    4. If Enspert receives, during the applicable Warranty Period, notice of a defect in any
    hardware product, which is covered by Enspert's warranty, Enspert will either repair
    the product using new or refurbished replacement parts or replace the defective
    product with new or like-new product of the same model with the same functionality
    as the original unit. If Enspert is unable to repair or replace the defective product,
    the customer will either be offered a comparable model* (if available) or will be
    refunded the purchase price of the defective product. When a product is exchanged,
    any replacement item becomes the property of the customer and the replaced item
    becomes Enspert's property. (* whose functionality is at least equal to that of the
    product being replaced.)
    5. Enspert shall have no obligation to replace or refund a defective product until the
    customer returns the defective product to Enspert.
    6. Enspert is not responsible (i) for any data stored on returned products. Customers
    should backup his/her data prior to shipping the unit back to Enspert. Hard drives and
    devices which include a hard disk or other memory storage system will be reformatted
    during the repair process (even if the repair is not related to the hard drive itself )
    and will not include the customer's data when it is returned. (ii) for protecting the
    confidentiality of any data on a product sent in for repair.
    7.

    Enspert ' limited warranty is only valid in the country of purchase.

    8. The Enspert limited warranty is non-transferable. Enspert will not validate purchases
    made via trade, barter or auctions. This pertains to trade, barter or auction between
    individuals or between resellers and individuals on sites including but not limited to
    E-Bay and Ubid where trade, barter or auction transactions are facilitated.
    9. Enspert does not warrant against damages incurred to the LCD screen. Devices

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    Warranty Statement and After-Sales Service
    returned with broken LCD screens will be evaluated by an Enspert technician who
    will determine if such damage falls within the scope of product neglect or misuse
    and hence whether or not it is guaranteed.
    10. The batteries in IDENTITY TAB products have a finite number of charge cycles and
    thus over its life span, the autonomy will slowly decrease. Enspert does not guaranty
    a specific battery charge retention time scale as degradation of battery autonomy
    includes variables beyond the control of Enspert, such as, but not limited to, how
    often you deplete and charge it, the temperature the device is used and/or charged
    at, and the amount of time that the device is used or not used between charges.
    11. The LCD screens on IDENTITY TAB products may display pixel failures immediately or
    over time. Please refer the full PDF user manual of your product for information on
    your rights for replacement of a screen with multiple defective pixels.

    B. LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTY
    To the extent allowed by local law, neither Enspert nor its third party suppliers make any
    other warranty or condition of any kind, whether expressed or implied, with respect to
    the Enspert products, and specifically disclaim the implied warranties of conditions of
    merchantability, satisfactory quality, and fitness for a particular purpose.

    C. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
    To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies provided in this Warranty Statement are
    the customer's sole and exclusive remedies. To the extent allowed by local law, except for
    the obligations specifically set forth in this warranty statement, in no event shall Enspert
    or its third party suppliers be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential
    damages, whether based on contract, tort, or any other legal theory and whether advised of
    the possibility of such damages.

    D. LOCAL LAW
    This Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. The customer may
    also have other rights that vary from state to state in the United States, from province to
    province in Canada. To the extent that this Warranty Statement is inconsistent with local
    law, this Warranty Statement shall be deemed modified to be consistent with such local
    law. Under such local law, certain disclaimers and limitations of this Warranty Statement
    may not apply to the customer. For example, some states in the United States as well as
    Canada may: preclude the disclaimers and limitations in this Warranty Statement from
    limiting the statutory rights of a consumer; restrict the ability of a manufacturer to enforce
    such disclaimers or limitations; or grant the customer additional warranty rights, specify
    the duration of implied warranties which the manufacturer cannot disclaim, or not allow
    limitations on the duration of implied warranties.
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    Index
    A
    About system 85

    Factory data reset 79

    Accessories 32

    File Manager 58

    Account 78

    Firmware 87

    Address Book 45
    Android keyboard 83

    G

    Application 19

    Gallery 44, 48

    Applications 77

    Google search 81, 83

    Auto-sync 78

    B
    Battery 14
    Bluetooth 73
    Bookmark 70
    Browser 70

    C
    Camera 71
    Clock 56
    ConvergenceOne™ 60
    Copy 58
    Credential storage 76

    D

    H
    Home 18
    Home Button 12

    I
    Icons 21
    Internal memory 80
    Internet 70

    K
    Keyboard 26

    M
    Memory 80
    Menu 18

    Date 84

    Menu Button 12

    Delete 58

    Move 58

    Development 77

    mp3 52

    E
    Email 66
    Ending Applications 55
    External Devices 34

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    F

    Index

    Music 51
    My Album 53
    My location 76



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    Index
    O
    Optional components 11

    P
    passwords 76
    Photo 53
    Power Button 18
    Previous 18
    Previous Button 12
    Privacy 79

    Q
    Quick fixes 83
    QWERTY keypad 26

    R

    Sync 78

    T
    Task Manager 55
    ThinkFree Office 57
    Time 84
    Touchscreen 12, 22, 23, 24, 25
    Twitter 59

    V
    Video 50
    Volume 18, 31

    W
    Wallpaper 19
    Wi-Fi 73

    Reset Button 18
    Resetting 18

    S
    Scroll bar 28
    SD card 33
    SD Card 80
    Search 81
    Select Language 82
    Service info. 58
    Settings 72
    Slideshow 54
    Speakers 12
    SRS WOW HD 31
    Status bar 19
    Stay awake 77

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