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    User Manual
    FileMate® Light Tablet
    Model# 3FMT700A2-8G-R

    www.wintecind.com



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    LEGAL INFORMATION
    Copyright © 2011 SK Networks Co., Ltd.
    All rights reserved.
    No part of this publication may be excerpted, reproduced, translated or
    utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
    photocopying and microfilm, without the prior written permission of SK
    Networks.
    The manual is published by SK Networks. We reserve the right to make
    modifications on print errors or update specifications without prior notice.

    Version No. : R1.0
    Edition Time : 201104



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    Contents
    For Your Safety ....................................................................... 13
    Product Safety Information .......................................................... 13
    RF Exposure ..................................................................................... 15
    General Statement on RF Energy ............................................... 15
    Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) .................................................. 15
    Body-worn Operation .................................................................. 16
    Limiting Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Fields..................... 17
    Regulatory Information ................................................................ 17
    Distraction ......................................................................................... 18
    Driving ......................................................................................... 18
    Operating Machinery ................................................................... 18
    Product Handling .............................................................................. 18
    General Statement on Handling and Use.................................... 19
    Small Children ............................................................................. 20
    Demagnetization ......................................................................... 21
    Air Bags ....................................................................................... 21



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    Seizures/Blackouts ...................................................................... 21
    Repetitive Motion Injuries ............................................................ 21
    Loud Noise .................................................................................. 22
    Device Heating ............................................................................ 22
    Electrical Safety ................................................................................ 22
    Accessories ................................................................................. 22
    Connection to a Car .................................................................... 23
    Faulty and Damaged Products .................................................... 23
    Interference ....................................................................................... 24
    General Statement on Interference ............................................. 24
    Pacemakers ................................................................................ 24
    Hearing Aids ................................................................................ 24
    Medical Devices .......................................................................... 25
    Hospitals ...................................................................................... 25
    Aircraft ......................................................................................... 25
    Interference in Cars ..................................................................... 26
    Explosive Environments ................................................................... 26
    Petrol Stations and Explosive Atmospheres ............................... 26



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    Blasting Caps and Areas ............................................................. 26

    Getting Started ........................................................................ 28
    Overview ........................................................................................... 28
    Key Definition .................................................................................... 29
    Starting up......................................................................................... 30
    How to slot your memory card..................................................... 30
    How to pop in your battery .......................................................... 33
    How to charge your FileMate Light.............................................. 34
    Powering On/Off Your Device ........................................................... 35
    How to power on your device ...................................................... 35
    How to switch your device to sleep mode ................................... 36
    How to wake up your device from sleep mode............................ 36
    Getting Around Your Device ............................................................. 38
    Using Finger Gestures ................................................................ 38
    Home Screen .............................................................................. 39
    Device Status and Notifications................................................... 43
    Applications and Settings Preview .............................................. 45



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    Contacts .................................................................................. 53
    Starting to use Contacts ................................................................... 53
    Contacts Screen .......................................................................... 53
    Managing Contacts ........................................................................... 54
    Importing/Exporting Contacts ...................................................... 54
    Creating a Contact ...................................................................... 55
    Adding a Contact to Favorites ..................................................... 55
    Searching for a Contact............................................................... 56
    Editing a Contact ......................................................................... 57
    Deleting a Contact ....................................................................... 57

    Entering Text ........................................................................... 58
    Using the On-screen Keyboard ........................................................ 58
    Android Keyboard........................................................................ 58
    XT9 Text Input ............................................................................. 60
    Entering Text through the On-screen Keyboard.......................... 66
    Entering Numbers or Symbols .................................................... 66
    Touch Input Settings ......................................................................... 66



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    Using Email ....................................................................................... 68
    Creating an Email account .......................................................... 68
    Composing and sending an Email............................................... 70
    Reply to or Forward an Email ...................................................... 70
    Email Settings ............................................................................. 71

    Getting Connected.................................................................. 73
    Connecting to the Internet ................................................................ 73
    Ways of Connecting to the Internet ............................................. 73
    Wi-Fi ............................................................................................ 73
    Using Browser................................................................................... 76
    Opening Browser......................................................................... 76
    Opening Web Pages ................................................................... 76
    Browsing Options ........................................................................ 77
    Using Bookmarks ........................................................................ 81
    Browser Settings ......................................................................... 82
    Bluetooth ........................................................................................... 85
    Turning on/off Bluetooth .............................................................. 85



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    Making your device visible .......................................................... 86
    Change your device name .......................................................... 86
    Pair with another Bluetooth device .............................................. 87

    Experiencing Multimedia ....................................................... 88
    Camera ............................................................................................. 88
    Opening Camera ......................................................................... 88
    Taking Pictures............................................................................ 88
    Camera Settings .......................................................................... 89
    Camcorder ........................................................................................ 90
    Opening Camcorder .................................................................... 91
    Shooting Videos .......................................................................... 91
    Video Settings ............................................................................. 91
    FM Radio .......................................................................................... 92
    Opening FM Radio ...................................................................... 93
    Listening to FM Radio ................................................................. 93
    Music................................................................................................. 95
    Opening Music ............................................................................ 95



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    Playing Music .............................................................................. 95
    Creating Playlists......................................................................... 96
    Managing Your Playlists .............................................................. 96
    Videos ............................................................................................... 97
    Opening Videos ........................................................................... 97
    Playing Videos ............................................................................. 97
    Gallery............................................................................................... 98
    Sound Recorder ................................................................................ 98
    Opening Sound Recorder ................................................................. 98
    Record Your Memo ..................................................................... 99

    Google Applications ............................................................. 100
    Signing In to Your Google Account ................................................. 100
    Using Gmail .................................................................................... 100
    Open Gmail ............................................................................... 101
    Creating and sending an Gmail ................................................. 101
    Using Google Calendar .................................................................. 101
    Using Google Talk .......................................................................... 102



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    Opening Google Talk ................................................................ 102
    Adding a new friend................................................................... 102
    Viewing and accepting an invitation .......................................... 103
    Starting a chat ........................................................................... 103

    Settings ................................................................................. 104
    Basic Settings ................................................................................. 104
    Setting the Time and Date......................................................... 104
    Display Settings ......................................................................... 105
    Sound Settings .......................................................................... 106
    Language Settings .................................................................... 109
    Security Settings ............................................................................. 109
    Protecting Your FileMate Light with a Screen Lock................... 109
    Setting Up Credential Storage................................................... 112
    Managing Memory .......................................................................... 113
    Managing Your Memory Card ................................................... 113
    Managing Internal Storage ........................................................ 114
    Reset to factory settings ............................................................ 115



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    Application Settings ........................................................................ 115
    Managing Applications .............................................................. 115
    Other Settings ................................................................................. 118
    Search Settings ......................................................................... 118
    Speech Synthesis Settings........................................................ 119

    Other Applications................................................................ 120
    Alarming .......................................................................................... 120
    Set alarms ................................................................................. 120
    Global Time..................................................................................... 120
    Note pad ......................................................................................... 121
    Calculator ........................................................................................ 121
    Task Manager ................................................................................. 122
    Stopwatch ....................................................................................... 122
    News & Weather ............................................................................. 122
    Maps ............................................................................................... 122
    Places ............................................................................................. 123
    Navigation ....................................................................................... 124



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    Latitude ........................................................................................... 125

    Specifications ....................................................................... 126
    EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY................................. 128



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    For Your Safety
    Product Safety Information
    Read the Safety
    Information section of this
    user guide on this page

    Do not use while
    re-fuelling

    Do not use hand-held
    while driving

    This device may produce
    a bright or flashing light

    Small parts may cause a
    choking hazard

    Do not dispose of it in a
    fire

    This device may produce
    a loud sound

    Avoid contact with
    magnetic media

    Keep away from
    pacemakers and other
    personal medical devices

    Avoid Extreme
    Temperatures

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    Switch off when
    instructed in hospitals
    and medical facilities

    Avoid any contact with
    liquid, keep it dry

    Switch off when instructed
    in aircrafts and airports

    Do not attempt to
    disassemble

    Switch off in explosive
    environments

    Do not rely on this device
    for emergency
    communications
    Only use approved
    accessories

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    RF Exposure
    General Statement on RF Energy
    Your mobile device contains a transmitter and a receiver. When it is ON,
    it receives and transmits RF energy. When you communicate with your
    device, the system handling your call controls the power level at which
    your device transmits.

    Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
    Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not
    to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by
    international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent
    scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to
    assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
    The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as Specific Absorption
    Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit for mobile devices is 2 W/kg and the highest
    SAR value for this device when tested at the ear was 1.54 W/kg*. As
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    mobile devices offer a range of functions, they can be used in other
    positions, such as on the body as described in this user guide**.
    As SAR is measured utilizing the device's highest transmitting power, the
    actual SAR of this device while operating is typically below that indicated
    above. This is due to automatic changes to the power level of the device
    to ensure it only uses the minimum power required to communicate with
    the network.
    * The tests are carried out in accordance with EN 62311, EN 62209-1,
    IEC 62209-2.
    ** Please see body worn operation.

    Body-worn Operation
    Important safety information regarding radio frequency radiation (RF)
    exposure:
    Failure to observe these instructions could result in your RF exposure
    exceeding the relevant guideline limits.

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    Limiting Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Fields
    For individuals concerned about limiting their exposure to RF fields, the
    World Health Organization (WHO) provides the following advice:
    Precautionary measures: Present scientific information does not indicate
    the need for any special precautions for the use of mobile devices. If
    individuals are concerned, they might choose to limit their own or their
    children’s RF exposure by limiting the length of calls, or using ‘hands-free’
    devices to keep mobile devices away from the head and body.
    Further information on this subject can be obtained online from the WHO
    fact sheet N°193 at http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs193/en/

    Regulatory Information
    The following approvals and notices apply in specific regions as noted.
    Please find the Declaration of RoHS Compliance, and EC Declaration of
    Conformity in Appendix.

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    Distraction
    Driving
    Full attention must be given to driving at all times in order to reduce the
    risk of an accident. Using a mobile device while driving (even with a hands
    free kit) can cause distraction and lead to an accident. You must comply
    with local laws and regulations restricting the use of wireless devices while
    driving.

    Operating Machinery
    Full attention must be given to operating the machinery in order to reduce
    the risk of an accident.

    Product Handling

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    General Statement on Handling and Use
    You alone are responsible for how you use your mobile device and any
    consequences of its use.
    Use of your device is subject to safety measures designed to protect
    users and their environment.
    • Always treat your device and its accessories with care and keep it in a
    clean and dust-free place.
    • Do not expose your device or its accessories to open flames or lit
    tobacco products.
    • Do not expose your device or its accessories to liquid, moisture or
    high humidity.
    • Do not drop, throw or try to bend your device or its accessories.
    • Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or aerosols to clean
    the device or its accessories.
    • Do not paint your device or its accessories.

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    Do not attempt to disassemble your device or its accessories, only
    authorized personnel should do so.
    Do not expose your device or its accessories to extreme temperatures,
    minimum - [5] and maximum + [50] degrees Celsius.
    Please check local regulations for disposal of electronic products.
    Do not carry your mobile device in your back pocket as it could break
    when you sit down.

    Small Children
    Do not leave your mobile device and its accessories within the reach of
    small children or allow them to play with it.
    They could hurt themselves or others, or could accidentally damage the
    device.
    Your mobile device contains small parts with sharp edges that may cause
    an injury or may become detached and create a choking hazard.
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    Demagnetization
    To avoid the risk of demagnetization, do not allow electronic devices or
    magnetic media close to your device for a long time.

    Air Bags
    Do not place the device in the area over an air bag or in the air bag
    deployment area.
    Store the device safely before driving your vehicle.

    Seizures/Blackouts
    The device can produce a bright or flashing light.

    Repetitive Motion Injuries
    To minimize the risk of RSI when texting or playing games with your device:
    • Do not grip the device too tightly.
    • Press the buttons lightly.
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    Use the special features which are designed to minimize the times of
    pressing buttons, such as Message Templates and Predictive Text.
    Take lots of breaks to stretch and relax.

    Loud Noise
    This mobile device is capable of producing loud noises, which may
    damage your hearing. Turn down the volume before using headphones,
    Bluetooth stereo headsets or other audio devices.

    Device Heating
    Your device may become warm during charging and during normal use.

    Electrical Safety
    Accessories
    Use only approved accessories.
    Do not connect with incompatible products or accessories.
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    Take care not to touch or allow metal objects, such as coins or key rings,
    to contact or short-circuit the battery terminals.

    Connection to a Car
    Seek professional advice when connecting a mobile device interface to
    the vehicle electrical system.

    Faulty and Damaged Products
    Do not attempt to disassemble the device or its accessory.
    Only qualified personnel should service or repair the device or its
    accessory.
    If your device or its accessory has been submerged in water, punctured,
    or subjected to a severe fall, do not use it until you have taken it to be
    checked at an authorized service center.

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    Interference
    General Statement on Interference
    Care must be taken when using the mobile device in close proximity to
    personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.

    Pacemakers
    Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 15
    cm be maintained between a mobile device and a pacemaker to avoid
    potential interference with the pacemaker. To achieve this, use the
    mobile device on the opposite ear to your pacemaker and do not carry it
    in a breast pocket.

    Hearing Aids
    People with hearing aids or other cochlear implants may experience
    interfering noises when using wireless devices or when one is nearby.
    The level of interference will depend on the type of hearing device and
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    the distance from the interference source, increasing the separation
    between them may reduce the interference. You may also consult your
    hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.

    Medical Devices
    Please consult your doctor and the device manufacturer to determine if
    operation of your mobile device may interfere with the operation of your
    medical device.

    Hospitals
    Switch off your wireless device when requested to do so in hospitals,
    clinics or health care facilities. These requests are designed to prevent
    possible interference with sensitive medical equipment.

    Aircraft
    Switch off your wireless device whenever you are instructed to do so by
    airport or airline staff.

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    Interference in Cars
    Please note that because of possible interference to electronic equipment,
    some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use of mobile devices in their vehicles
    unless a hands-free kit with an external antenna is included in the installation.

    Explosive Environments
    Petrol Stations and Explosive Atmospheres
    In locations with potentially explosive atmospheres, obey all posted signs
    to turn off wireless devices such as other radio equipment.
    Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres include fuelling areas,
    below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, areas
    where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or
    metal powders.

    Blasting Caps and Areas
    Power off your wireless device when in a blasting area or in areas posted
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    power off “two-way radios” or “electronic devices” to avoid interfering with
    blasting operations.

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    Getting Started
    Overview

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    Key Definition
    Key

    Power Key

    Home Key

    Function
    Press and hold to power on your FileMate Light.
    Press to switch to sleep mode.
    Press to wake up your FileMate Light.
    Hold on for your FileMate Light options:
    Silent mode, Vibration mode or Power off.
    Tap to return to the Home Screen from any screen.
    Hold to see the recently used applications.

    Menu Key

    Tap to get menu options for the current screen.

    Back Key

    Tap to go to the previous screen.

    Volume Keys Use to control the volume Up or Down.

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    Starting up
    How to slot your memory card
    Power off your FileMate Light before installing or replacing the battery or
    memory card.
    1. Remove the back cover.
    Locate and open the thumb catch on
    the lower right hand corner (viewed
    from the back)
    Note: Your FileMate Light has been
    pre-installed with an 8 GB microSD card.

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    ck cover up to open
    Lift the bac

    2. Insert your memory card into the memory card slot. There is a
    diagram showing the correct orientation of the card
    c
    printed above the
    memory card slot.

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    Notes:
    microSD logo (

    ) is a trade mark of SD Card Association.
    A

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    How to pop in your battery
    1. Insert the battery with the contacts located against the gold springs.
    2. Push the battery down into place.

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    How to charge your FileMate Light
    The new battery is not fully charged. To charge the battery, you need to:
    1. Connect the adapter to the charger jack.

    2. Connect the charger to a standard AC wall outlet.
    Notes:
    If the battery is low, there will be a pop-up message on the screen
    and the indicator light will be red.
    When you charge your device, the indicator light will change
    according to the battery level:
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    Indicator color Battery level
    Red

    Battery is very low.

    Orange

    Battery is low.

    Green

    Battery is full or partially drained.

    If the device is powered on and the battery is charging, the icon
    will appear on the status bar. When charging is completed, the battery
    indicator
    appears on the status bar.
    3. Disconnect the charger when the battery is fully charged.

    Powering On/Off Your Device
    How to power on your device
    1. Make sure the battery is inserted.
    2. Press and hold the Power Key to power on your device.

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    To power off your device, press and hold the Power Key to get the
    FileMate Light options, select Power off, and then tap OK.

    How to switch your device to sleep mode
    Press the Power Key.
    Sleep Mode suspends your device to a low-power-consumption state while
    the display is off to save battery power. Your device also goes into Sleep
    Mode automatically when you leave it idle after a certain period of time.

    How to wake up your device from sleep mode
    If your device is switched to sleep mode, you need to wake it up:
    1. Press the Power Key to activate your screen display.
    2. Drag
    icon to the right.

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    Notes:
    If you have set an unlock pattern for your device (See Settings ->
    Security Settings -> Protecting Your )LOH0DWH/LJKW with a Screen
    Lock -> Set the screen unlock pattern), you need to draw the pattern
    to unlock your screen.
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    Getting Around Your Device
    Using Finger Gestures
    You can use finger gestures to control your device. The controls on your
    touch screen change dynamically depending on the tasks you are performing.
    1. Tap the buttons, icons, or applications to select items or to open
    applications.
    2. Hold a certain item to get available options.
    3. Slide on the screen, you can scroll up/down. From Home Screen, you
    can also slide left/right to browse the extended Home Screen.
    4. Drag a certain item to move it or to do some other corresponding
    operations.
    Tips:
    Besides using finger gestures to control your device, you can also switch
    your device screens (such as text input screen, gallery screen, etc.) between
    portrait or landscape mode by holding the device upright or sideways.
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    Home Screen
    You can add or remove home items in your Home Screen.

    Notifications

    Displays the reminders and status icons of
    your device. Flick down to open the
    notifications panel.

    Bars

    Shows you which part of the Home Screen
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    you are looking at.
    Shortcuts & Widgets

    Tap to start related applications.

    Applications

    Tap to open the main menu.

    How to extend the Home Screen
    Beyond the screen width, the Home Screen extends to provide more
    space for adding items. Slide your finger to the left or right to get the
    extended Home Screen.

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    Customize the Home Screen Wallpaper
    To change the wallpaper
    1. Tap the Home Key to return to the Home Screen.
    2. Tap the Menu Key and select Wallpaper.
    3. Select the wallpaper you want to use from Gallery, Live wallpapers,
    or Wallpapers.
    4. Tap Save or Set wallpaper.
    To add a Home Screen item
    1. Tap the Home Key to return to Home Screen.
    2. Slide left or right to find an extended Home Screen where there is
    space to add an item.
    3. Tap the Menu Key and select Add.
    You can also tap and hold the blank area of the Home Screen to get
    the Add to Home screen shortcut menu.
    4. Select an item type and the item you want to add to Home Screen.

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    To remove a Home Screen item
    1. Tap the Home Key to return to Home Screen.
    2. Tap and hold the item you want to delete until the
    t
    on the screen.
    3. Drag the item into
    .

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    Device Status and Notifications
    Device Status
    Battery is very low

    Speaker is mute

    Battery is low

    Microphone is mute

    Battery is full

    GPS is on

    Battery is charging

    Receiving location data
    from GPS

    Vibrate mode

    Connected to a Wi-Fi
    network

    Wired microphone
    headset

    Alarm is set

    Data is syncing

    Bluetooth is on
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    Connected to a
    Bluetooth device

    Speaker is on
    Notifications
    New Mail

    New
    Google
    message

    New voicemail

    Upcoming event

    USB is connected

    Song is playing

    Uploading data

    Downloading data

    Talk

    How to open the notification panel
    From the Notifications Panel, you can get the information of calendar
    events, new messages, and so on. You can open the message, reminder,
    event notification etc. from the Notification Panel.
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    1. Tap and hold the notifications bar until
    ap
    ppears on the top of
    the Screen.
    2. Drag the
    downwards.
    Tips:
    You can also open the Notifications Panel from the Home Screen by
    tapping the Menu Key > Notifications.

    Applications and Settings Preview
    Programs Preview
    Your FileMate Light has lots of functions. Tap
    programs that are pre-installed on your device.

    to get the following

    Applications

    Description

    Alarm

    Enables you to set alarms.

    Browser

    Enables you to browse the internet.

    Calculator

    Enables you to perform the basic calculation, such
    as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and
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    Applications

    Description
    so on.

    Calendar

    Enables you to schedule appointments, including
    meetings and other events.

    Camcorder

    Enables you to enter camcorder and shoot the
    video clips you like.

    Camera

    Enables you to enter the camera screen directly and
    use the camera features.

    Contacts

    Enables you to manage the information of your
    friends and colleagues.

    Docs To Go

    Enables you to view your documents.

    Email

    Enables you to enter the Email screen, where you
    can setup Email, send or receive Emails.

    Facebook

    Connect to your Facebook friends via the device.

    Filer

    Enables you to organize and manage your files on
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    Applications

    Description
    your microSD card.

    FMRadio

    Enables you to search for radio channels, listen to
    them, and save them on your device.

    Gallery

    Enables you to organize and manage your
    multimedia files.

    Global Time

    Enables you to view the global time.

    Gmail

    Enables you to access your Gmail account and
    check your email on your mobile device.

    Google Search

    Enables you to search web pages, applications or
    contacts.

    Latitude

    See your friends’ locations and share yours with them.

    Maps

    Enables you to track your current location, view
    real-time traffic situations, and receive detailed
    directions to your destination.
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    Applications

    Description

    Market

    Enables you to access to useful applications and
    fun games which you can download and install on
    your device.

    Music

    Enables you to browse your audio files and listen to
    them in the Music player.

    Navigation

    Enables you to use Google Maps Navigation.

    News & Weather

    Enables you to check the weather and top news.

    Note pad

    Enables you to create text notes.

    Places

    Enables you to find restaurants, ATMs, and other
    places of interest near you.

    Settings

    Enables you to adjust the device settings.

    Sound Recorder

    Enables you to record audio clips.

    Stopwatch

    Enables you to measure the exact time it takes to
    do something.
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    Applications

    Description

    Talk

    eive instant messages
    Enables you to send and rece
    and voice over internet protoc
    col (VOIP), offered by
    Google Inc.

    Task Manager

    Enables you to view and manage all the running
    programs on your device.

    Twitter

    Enables you to Send tweet to Twitter.com.

    Videos

    Enables you to browse your video
    v
    files and watch
    them in the Videos player.

    Voice Search

    Enables you to searching or dialing
    d
    by voice instead
    of typing.

    YouTube

    Enables you to watch YouTub
    be videos and upload
    your own.

    Settings Preview
    You can adjust the device settings. Tap the Home Key >
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    to view all the settings on your device.
    Tips:
    You can also tap the Menu Key > Settings from the Home Screen.
    Wireless &
    networks

    Enables you to configure and manage your device’s
    wireless connections, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,
    mobile networks, and Virtual Private Networks. You
    can also enable the Airplane mode.

    Sound

    Enables you to set sound settings, such as
    ringtones, notifications and so on.

    Display

    Enables you to set display settings such as screen
    brightness and so on.

    Enables you to set the Screen unlock pattern,
    Passwords, Device administration, or manage
    Location & security the device’s Credential storage. You can also
    select the sources to use when determining locations
    from My Location.
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    Applications

    Enables you to manage applications and installation
    of new programs.

    Account & sync

    Enables you to manage your account and configure
    general sync settings.

    Privacy

    Enables you to configure privacy settings, such as
    Location, back up Settings, and Personal data.

    SD card & device
    storage

    Enables you to check the available memory of the
    external card and the internal storage.

    Search

    Enables you to set the search options.

    Language &
    keyboard

    Enables you to set the locale (operating system
    language and region) and text input options.

    Voice input &
    output

    Enables you to configure the text-to-speech settings
    if you have installed a text-to-speech (voice data)
    application.

    Accessibility

    Enables you to manage accessibility options.
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    Date & time

    Enables you to set the date, time, time zone, and
    date/time format. If the network supports, you can
    also enable automatic time update.

    About device

    Enables you to view the device status, battery level,
    and legal information.

    How to open recently used applications
    1. Tap and hold the Home Key from any screen until the following
    recently used applications interface appears.

    2. Tap the application you want to open.
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    Contacts
    Starting to use Contacts
    You can add new contacts along with their informa
    ation.
    Contacts are saved in the internal memory. If you store
    s
    the information in
    the internal memory, you can fill out more informattion including Email,
    Postal address, pictures, Nickname, website, etc.
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Contacts to enter the Contacts Screen.

    Contacts Screen
    There are three tabs in the Contacts Screen: Conttacts, Favorites, and
    Groups.

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    Managing Contacts
    Importing/Exporting Contacts
    You can import/export contacts from/to memory card.
    Import/export contacts from/to memory card
    1. Tap the Menu Key > Import/Export from the Contacts Screen.
    2. Select to import or export contacts from/to microSD card.
    If you want to import contacts from microSD card, you should have
    vCard files saved in the microSD card. If there is more than one vCard
    file, you need to select the vCard file.
    3. Tap OK.
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    Creating a Contact
    1. Tap the Menu Key > New contact from the Contacts Screen.
    2. Enter the name and phone numbers. You can also set the Group,
    Email addresses, IM addresses, Postal addresses, Organizations etc.
    3. Tap Done to save the contact.

    Adding a Contact to Favorites
    1. Select the contact you want to add to Favorites from your Contacts
    Screen.
    2. Hold the contact until a shortcut menu appears.

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    3. Tap Add to favorites.

    Searching for a Contact
    1. Tap the Menu Key > Search from the Contacts
    s Screen.
    2. Input the contact name you want to search for.
    The contacts matched will be listed.

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    Editing a Contact
    1. Select the contact you want to edit from the Contacts Screen.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > Edit contact.
    Tips:
    You can also edit a contact by holding it in the Contacts Screen and
    select Edit contact from the pop-up shortcut menu.
    3. Edit the contact and tap Done.

    Deleting a Contact
    1. Select the contact you want to delete from the Contacts Screen.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > Delete contact.
    Tips:
    You can also delete a contact by holding it in the Contacts Screen and
    select Delete contact from the pop-up shortcut menu.
    3. Tap OK.
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    Entering Text
    Using the On-screen Keyboard
    When you enter a field that needs text or numbers, hold the input box and
    select Input method from the pop-up menu to change input method.

    Android Keyboard
    Android Keyboard is a keyboard layout similar to a desktop computer
    keyboard. You can choose to use the landscape orientation of the
    on-screen keyboard, by turning the FileMate Light sideways.

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    Tips:
    • If you want to use the landscape keyboard, you need to select the
    Auto-rotate screen check box in Settings > Display.
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    XT9 Text Input
    XT9 Text Input can speed up text input by replacing the letter
    tapping/typing motion of input with a tracing gesture where you move
    your finger from letter to letter without lifting the finger until you reach the
    end of the word.
    You can select to use one of the three layouts (Keyboard, Reduced
    keyboard, Phone keypad) of XT9 Text lnput Keyboard.

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    Keyboard

    Move your finger from letter to letter to trace a word without lifting the
    finger until you reach the end of the word.
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    The trace feature is also available in the Reduced keyboard layout and
    Phone keypad layout.

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    Reduced keyboard

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    Phone keypad

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    Using the tool bar

    Notes:
    The
    icon is available when more than one language is activated. You
    can select more input languages by pressing the Menu Key > Settings >
    Language & keyboard > XT9 Text Input > Languages and settings
    from Home Screen.
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    Entering Text through the On-screen Keyboard
    1. Enter a field that needs text or numbers.
    2. Tap or hold the letters on the keyboard to enter your text.

    Entering Numbers or Symbols
    1. Enter a field that needs text or numbers.
    2. Tap
    /
    to open the number panel.
    3. Select the numbers or symbols.

    Touch Input Settings
    You can configure the touch input settings by tapping the Menu Key >
    Settings > Language & keyboard from Home Screen.
    Select language
    Select the language you used.

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    XT9 Text Input
    • Languages and settings: Select input languages. Tap a language to
    set up keyboard layout, word suggestion settings, key input settings,
    trace input settings, and handwriting input settings.
    • Preferences: Set up keypress vibration, keypress sound,
    auto-capitalization, and auto-punctuation.
    • About: View the XT9 version information.
    Android keyboard
    • Vibrate on keypress: Enables vibration feedback as you touch on
    the keyboard.
    • Sound on keypress: Enables the sound feedback as you touch on
    the keyboard.
    • Auto-capitalization: Select the check box to capitalize the fist letter
    of each sentence automatically.
    • Voice input: Enables you to input by voice instead of typing.
    • Input languages: Select the input language.
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    Using Email
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Email. You can enter the Email Screen to
    setup your Email account and exchange Emails.

    Creating an Email account
    1. Enter your Email address and password, then tap
    t Next when you
    enter the Email Screen for the first time.

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    2. Select the type of your account and tap Next.
    3. Edit the incoming server settings and then tap Next/Next[Check].
    If you tap Next[Check], your device will check the incoming server
    settings and finish the setup automatically. If you are notified that
    setup could not be finished, you might need to correct some settings
    to finish it. If there is any problem, please contact your mobile service
    provider and Email service provider.
    4. Edit the outgoing server settings and tap Next/Next[Check].
    If you tap Next[Check], your device will check the outgoing server
    settings and finish the setup automatically.
    5. Set the Email checking frequency, select whether to use this account
    by default or be notified when Email arrives, and then tap Next.
    6. Give your account a name and set a name displayed on outgoing
    message, and then tap Done.

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    Composing and sending an Email
    After creating an Email account, you can compose and send Email
    messages.
    1. Tap the Menu Key > Compose from the Email Screen.
    2. Tap the To field and enter the recipient’s address.
    When you enter the address, the matching addresses saved in your
    Contacts will be displayed. You can tap the recipient from the list.
    Tips:
    You can also tap the Menu Key > Add Cc/Bcc to add recipients.
    3. Enter the subject and the content of your Email.
    4. Tap Send.

    Reply to or Forward an Email
    1. Open the Email you want to reply to or forward from Email Screen.
    2. Tap Reply or the Menu Key > Forward to reply to/forward the Email.
    You can also tap Reply all to reply to all recipients of the Email.
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    3. Enter the contents/recipients of your Email.
    4. Tap Send.

    Email Settings
    Tap the account you want to set from the Email Screen and tap the Menu
    Key > Account settings. You can get the Email settings.
    General settings
    • Account name: Set your account name.
    • Your name: Set the name displayed on outgoing message.
    • Email address: View or edit the email address.
    • Use signature: Select to use signature.
    • Signature: Edit your signature.
    • Email check frequency: Set the email checking frequency.
    • Power-saving mode: Enable the email synchronization time
    intelligent adjustment.

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    Default account: Select the check box to send email from this
    account by default.
    • Sync deleted message:
    Notification settings
    • Email notifications: Select to be notified in status bar when Email
    arrives.
    • Select ringtone: Select the ringtone for incoming Email notification.
    • Vibrate: Select to be notified by vibration with ringtones when Email
    arrives.
    Server settings
    • Incoming settings: Set the incoming server settings.
    • Outgoing settings: Set the outgoing server settings.

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    Getting Connected
    Connecting to the Internet
    Your device’s networking capabilities allow you to access the Internet.

    Ways of Connecting to the Internet
    You can use the default connection settings to con
    nnect to the Internet
    through Wi-Fi.

    Wi-Fi
    Wi-Fi provides wireless Internet access over distan
    nces of up to 300 feet
    (100 meters).

    Turn on Wi-Fi
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Wirele
    ess & networks.
    2. Select the Wi-Fi check box to turn Wi-Fi on.

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    Add a Wi-Fi network
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Wireles
    ss & networks > Wi-Fi
    settings.
    The Wi-Fi network names and security settings
    s (open network or
    secured network) of detected Wi-Fi networks are displayed in the
    Wi-Fi networks section.
    2. Tap a network to connect.
    If you select an open network, you will be auttomatically connected
    to the network.
    If you select a secured network, you will need
    d to input the wireless
    password.

    Check the Wi-Fi network status
    You can check the Wi-Fi network status from the status
    s
    bar and wireless
    controls.
    1. Check the
    icon in the status bar.

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    2. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Wireles
    ss & networks > Wi-Fi
    settings, then tap the wireless network that the
    e device is currently
    connected to.
    p-up window.
    You can check the network status from the pop

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    Using Browser
    You can use your Browser to browse most of the webs
    sites. Some web pages
    may not be displayed properly as some specific we
    eb page technologies,
    such as Flash, are not supported by the browser.

    Opening Browser
    Tap the Home Key >

    > Browser to start this function.
    f

    Opening Web Pages
    In Browser, you can open web pages through the following ways.
    1. Tap the address bar to enter the website you want
    w
    to browse, and tap
    Go.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > Bookmarks and select an item to open.
    o Bookmarks Screen.
    3. Select an item from Most visited/History tab of

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    Browsing Options
    When browsing web pages, you can do some operations.
    1. Tap the Menu Key > Refresh to refresh the page.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > More to pop-up more options:
    Forward: Go to the next page.
    Add bookmark: Set the current page as bookmark.
    Find on page: Enter the search item to view the search result.
    Select text: Slide on the page to select the text you want to copy.
    Your FileMate Light automatically copies the selected text to the
    clipboard.
    Page info: View the page information.
    Share page: Send the page by Bluetooth, Email, Facebook,
    Gmail, or Twitter.
    Downloads: View the download information.
    Settings: Set the browser.
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    Rotate your device sideways to view the landscape
    e Browser Screen if
    you select the Auto-rotate screen check box in Display settings by
    tapping Home Key >
    > Settings > Display.

    Open a new browser window
    1. Tap the Menu Key > New window to open a new
    n
    browser window in
    browser.
    2. Tap the address bar to enter the website you want
    w
    to browse.

    Switch between different browser windows
    If you have more than one browser window opened, you can switch
    between these windows.
    w
    you opened.
    1. Tap the Menu Key > Windows to view all the windows

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    2. Tap the page you want to browse.
    Tips:
    You can also tap
    to close a window.

    Open links in web pages
    1. Open a web page that contains a link.
    2. Tap a link to open the page.
    cut menu:
    You can also hold on the link to open the shortc
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    Open: Open the web page.
    Open in new window: Open the web page in a new window.
    Bookmark link: Save the link to your Bookmarks.
    Save link: Download the linked web page to your FileMate Light.
    Share link: Send the link by Bluetooth, Email, Facebook, Gmail,
    or Twitter.
    Copy link URL: Copy the link to the clipboard.

    Download applications from web pages
    1. Open a web page that contains an application link.
    2. Tap the link or hold on the link and select Save link to download the
    application to your FileMate Light.
    Notes:
    Downloaded applications are saved in your microSD card.

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    Using Bookmarks
    You can save your frequently-used pages as bookmarks on your FileMate
    Light.

    Add a new bookmark
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Open a web page.
    Tap the Menu Key > Bookmarks.
    Tap Add.
    Enter a name of the bookmark and tap OK.

    Edit a bookmark
    1. Open a Browser window.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > Bookmarks.
    3. Select an item you want to edit and hold on it until the shortcut menu
    pops up.
    4. Select Edit bookmark.
    5. Edit the name or location, and then tap OK to save it.
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    Delete a bookmark
    1. Open a Browser window.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > Bookmarks.
    3. Select an item you want to delete and hold on it until the shortcut
    menu pops up.
    4. Select Delete bookmark and tap OK to confirm the deletion.

    Browser Settings
    You can set the Browser text size, home page etc. by tapping the Menu
    Key > More > Settings from a browser window.
    Page content settings
    • Text size: Adjust the browser text size.
    • Default zoom: Set the browser default zoom.
    • Open pages in overview: Select to show overview of newly opened
    pages.
    • Text encoding: Select a text encoding type.
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    Block pop-up windows: Select to block pop-up windows.
    Load images: Select to show the images of web pages.
    Auto-fit pages: Select to format the web pages to fit the screen.
    Landscape-only display: Display the web pages only in landscape
    screen orientation.
    • Enable JavaScript: Select to enable JavaScript.
    • Enable plug-ins: Select to enable plug-ins.
    • Open in background: Select to open new windows behind the
    current one.
    • Set home page: Select to edit the home page web site.
    Privacy settings
    • Clear cache: Delete all the cached page contents.
    • Clear history: Clear the browser navigation history.
    • Accept cookies: Select to allow sites to save and read cookies.
    • Clear all cookie data: Clear the browser cookies.
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    Remember form data: Select to remember the data you type in
    forms for later use.
    • Clear form data: Clear the saved form data.
    • Enable location: Select to allow sites to request access to your location.
    • Clear location access: Select to clear access for all websites.
    Security settings
    • Remember passwords: Select to save usernames and passwords
    for web sites.
    • Clear passwords: Clear the saved passwords.
    • Show security warnings: Select to show warnings if there is a
    problem with a site’s security.
    Advanced settings
    • Website settings: View advanced settings for individual websites.
    Only available for some websites.
    • Reset to default: Clear all browser data and reset all settings to
    default.
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    Bluetooth
    Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communication
    n technology. Wireless
    devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information within a
    distance of about 10 meters without any physical connection.
    c
    The
    Bluetooth devices must be paired before the comm
    munication is
    performed.

    Turning on/off Bluetooth
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Wirele
    ess & networks.
    2. Select the Bluetooth check box to turn Bluetoo
    oth on.
    The
    icon will be displayed in the status bar. If you want to turn
    Bluetooth off, clear the Bluetooth check box.
    Notes:
    By default, Bluetooth is turned off. If you turn it on, and then turn off your
    device, Bluetooth is also turned off. When you turn
    n on your device again,
    Bluetooth turns on automatically.
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    Making your device visible
    Other devices with Bluetooth capabilities can detec
    ct your FileMate Light,
    establish a partnership, or use a Bluetooth service.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    ess & networks >
    > Settings > Wirele
    Bluetooth settings.
    2. Select the Bluetooth check box if needed.
    our device visible.
    3. Select the Discoverable check box to make yo

    Change your device name
    ess & networks >
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Wirele
    Bluetooth settings.
    2. Select the Bluetooth check box if needed.
    3. Tap Device name.
    4. Enter the name and tap OK.

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    Pair with another Bluetooth device
    You can pair your device with another device that has Bluetooth
    capabilities. Once you do this, the two devices must have Bluetooth
    turned on but do not need to be visible for you to exchange
    e
    information
    between them.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    ess & networks >
    > Settings > Wirele
    Bluetooth settings.
    2. Tap Scan for devices.
    Your FileMate Light will display all reachable Bluetooth devices in the
    Bluetooth devices section.
    3. Tap the device you want to pair with.
    4. If necessary, type your PIN to pair and tap OK.
    er device.
    Tips: The same PIN should be entered on the othe

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    Experiencing Multimedia
    Camera
    Your FileMate Light comes with a 3.2–megapixel camera that lets you
    capture sharp pictures.

    Opening Camera
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Camera to open the camera.
    c
    Notes:
    You can switch from the camera to the camcorder quickly: Drag the
    switch up.

    Taking Pictures
    Aim the camera at the subject and then tap
    to
    o take the shot.
    Tap the picture at the bottom of right corner (porrtrait mode) of your
    Camera Screen to view the picture just captured.
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    Tap the Menu Key > Gallery to view all of your pictures.

    Camera Settings
    Tap
    in the camera screen to adjust the camera settings.
    • Focus mode: Tap to set camera to use its Autofocus feature (Auto).
    • Exposure: Tap to adjust the exposure in the range of +2 to -2.
    • Picture size: Tap to select the size (in pixels) of your captured
    pictures.
    • Picture quality: Tap to adjust the picture quality.
    • Color effect: Tap to select the picture effect.
    • Select ISO: Tap to set the ISO level to 100, 200, 400, or 800, or set it
    back to Auto. Higher ISO numbers are better for taking pictures in low
    light conditions.
    • Anti Banding: Select to adjust preview images automatically or for
    specified AC frequencies, in order to avoid striate previews caused by
    interference.
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    Saturation: Tap to adjust the saturation.
    Contrast: Tap to adjust the contrast. Higher contrast ratio enables
    you to easily see the sharp colors of blue, red or green against any
    black color.
    • Sharpness: Tap to adjust the saturation.
    • Camera settings: Restore the camera settings to default.
    Tap
    to select to record location in picture data.
    Tap
    to adjust the white balance. White balance enables the camera
    to capture colors more accurately by adjusting to the current lighting
    environment.
    Tap Zoom to zoom in or zoom out the image.

    Camcorder
    Camcorder enables you to shoot video clips.

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    Opening Camcorder
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Camcorder to open th
    he camcorder.
    Notes:
    You can switch from the camcorder to the camera quickly:
    Drag the
    switch down.

    Shooting Videos
    1. Tap
    to start shooting.
    2. Tap
    to stop shooting.
    Notes:
    Tap the picture at the bottom of right corner (porrtrait mode) of your
    camcorder screen to view the video clip just shot.
    Tap the Menu Key > Gallery to view all of your video clips.

    Video Settings
    Tap

    in the camera screen to adjust the camco
    order settings.
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    • Color effect: Tap to select the picture effect.
    • Video quality: Select the video quality type.
    • Video Encoder: Select the video encoder type.
    • Audio Encoder: Select the audio encoder type.
    • Video duration: Tap to set the video duration.
    • Camera settings: Restore the camcorder settings to default.
    Tap
    to adjust the white balance. White balance enables the camera
    to capture colors more accurately by adjusting to the current lighting
    environment.
    Tap
    to select the video quality.

    FM Radio
    With the FM Radio, you can search for radio channels, listen to them, and
    save them on your device. Note that the quality of the radio broadcast
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    wired headset works as an antenna, so always connect the headset
    when using the radio.

    Opening FM Radio
    You need to insert a headset to your FileMate Light before opening the
    FM Radio.
    Tap the Home Key >
    > FM Radio to open the FM radio.
    After opening the FM radio, you will see the
    icon in the status bar.

    Listening to FM Radio
    1. Tap
    or
    to scan for channels automatically.
    2. Tap the Menu Key > Adjust, and then tap /
    to fine tune the
    frequency by +/–0.1 MHz manually.
    3. Hold on a frequency until a red box appears on the screen, and then
    drag it to the box to save the frequency.
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    4. Press the Volume Keys to adjust the volume.
    5. Tap the Menu Key > Sleep to set the FM radio sleep timer.
    6. Tap
    to turn off the FM radio.

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    Music
    You can play digital audio files from your memory card in Music.

    Opening Music
    You need to copy the audio files you want to play to
    t your memory card
    first.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Music to open Music Screen.
    2. Select a file to open.

    Playing Music
    1. Tap Artists/Albums/Songs/Playlists to get the songs you want to play.
    2. Tap a song from the list to start playing.
    Notes:
    Press the Volume Keys to adjust the volume.

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    Creating Playlists
    You can create some playlists to organize your music files.
    1. Select a music file you want to add to a new playlist.
    2. Tap and hold on the file until a shortcut menu pops up.
    3. Tap Add to playlist.
    4. Tap New.
    5. Enter the playlist name and tap Save.
    The playlist is created and the file you selected is added to the playlist.

    Managing Your Playlists
    1. Tap Playlists from the Music Screen to view all playlists.
    2. Hold on the playlist you want to play or edit until a shortcut menu pops
    up.
    i. Tap Play to play the playlist.
    ii. Tap Delete to delete the playlist.
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    iii. Tap Rename to edit the playlist name.
    Add songs to your playlist
    1. Open the folder where the song you want to ad
    dd to a playlist is.
    2. Hold on the song until a shortcut menu pops up
    p.
    3. Select Add to playlist.
    4. Select a playlist from the list.

    Videos
    You can use Videos to play your video files.

    Opening Videos
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Videos to open the video player.
    Your device will show you all video files saved on your
    y
    memory card.

    Playing Videos
    Copy the video file to your memory card before pla
    aying it.
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    1. Tap the video file you want to play from the Vid
    deos Screen.
    2. Tap on the screen to show the control bar. You
    u can pause, rewind,
    fast forward, or jump to any part of the video wiith the time bar.

    Gallery
    Gallery helps you view pictures and play back vide
    eos. For pictures, you
    can also do some basic editing tasks. For instance
    e, set them as your
    wallpaper or contact icon, and share with your frien
    nds.

    Sound Recorder
    Sound Recorder enables you to record your voice
    e memos that you can
    set as ringtone.

    Opening Sound Recorder
    Tap the Home Key >
    recorder.

    > Sound Recorder to open
    o
    the sound

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    Notes: You need to install a memory card to use Sound
    S
    Recorder.

    Record Your Memo
    1. Get the microphone near to your mouth.
    1. Tap

    to start recording.

    2. Tap

    to stop recording.

    3. Tap
    to play back the voice recording.
    4. Tap OK to save the voice recording, or tap Discard to discard the
    recording.
    Notes:
    You can find your recordings in Home Key >
    > Music > Playlists >
    My recordings.

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    Google Applications
    Signing In to Your Google Account
    Signing in to your Google Account enables you to synchronize Gmail,
    Calendar, web album, and contacts between your device and the web.
    1. Tap a Google application, such as Talk.
    2. Read the instructions and tap Next.
    3. Tap Sign in if you have a Google account. Enter your user name and
    password, and then tap Sign in.
    Tap Create if you do not have a Google account.

    Using Gmail
    Gmail is Google’s web-based email service. Gmail is configured when
    you sign in to your Google account. Depending on your synchronization
    settings, Gmail on your FileMate Light is automatically synchronized with
    your Gmail account on the web.
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    Open Gmail
    Tap the Home Key >

    > Gmail.

    Creating and sending an Gmail
    1. In the Inbox, press the Menu Key and then tap
    p Compose.
    2. Enter the message recipient’s email address in
    n the To field. If you are
    sending the email to several recipients, separatte the email addresses
    with a comma. You can add as many message
    e recipients as you
    want.
    ur email.
    3. Enter the email subject, and then compose you
    4. After composing your email, tap the Menu Key
    y > Send.

    Using Google Calendar
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Calendar to use Go
    oogle Calendar,
    Google’s time management application. You can
    n use the calendar to
    schedule appointments, including meetings and other
    o
    events. Your
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    appointments will be displayed on the screen as are scheduled. All your
    appointments are synchronised to your Google account, which enables
    you to share your schedule, get your entire calend
    dar on the go, and
    receive Email reminder for your upcoming events.

    Using Google Talk
    Google Talk is Google’s instant messaging program, which enables you
    to communicate with other people that also use Go
    oogle Talk.

    Opening Google Talk
    Tap the Home Key >

    > Talk.

    Adding a new friend
    You can only add people who have a Google acco
    ount.
    1. In the Friends list, press the Menu Key > Add friend.
    2. Enter the Google Talk instant messaging ID or Google email address
    of the friend you want to add.
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    Viewing and accepting an invitation
    1. In the Friends list, press the Menu Key > Invites.
    All chat invitations you have sent or received are listed on the pending
    invitations screen.
    2. Tap a received pending invitation, and then tap Accept or Decline.

    Starting a chat
    1. Tap a friend in the Friends list.
    2. Chat with your friend by entering text using the on-screen keyboard.
    3. After entering your message, tap Send.

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    Settings
    Basic Settings
    Setting the Time and Date
    1. Tap the Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Date & time.
    2. Clear the Automatic check box if you want to set time and date by
    yourself.
    3. Configure the time and date settings:
    – Tap Set date. Adjust the date, and tap Set to save it.
    – Tap Select time zone and tap the area where you are.
    – Tap Set time. Adjust the time, and tap Set to save it.
    – Tap the check box behind Use 24–hour format to change the time
    format.
    – Tap Select date format and select the type you like.
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    Display Settings
    By tapping the Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Display, you can
    configure the display settings, such as brightness, auto-rotate screen,
    animation, and screen timeout.

    Adjust the screen brightness
    1. Tap Brightness.
    2. Adjust the brightness and tap OK.

    Adjust the delay before the screen turns off
    1. Tap Screen timeout.
    2. Select the time from the list.

    Switch the screen orientation automatically
    You can select to switch your screen orientation to landscape or portrait
    mode automatically when rotating your FileMate Light.
    Select the Auto-rotate screen check box.

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    Show animation when opening/closing windows
    You can select to show an animation when opening or closing windows.
    1. Tap Animation.
    2. Select the animation type you’d like to use.
    If you want to disable this function, select No animations.

    Sound Settings
    By tapping the Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Sound, you can
    configure the sound settings, such as ringtones and notifications.

    Set the default notification ringtone
    1. Select Notification ringtone in Notifications section.
    2. Scroll the ringtone list and select one to set as the default notification
    ringtone.
    3. Tap OK to save.

    Switch your device to silent mode
    Select the Silent mode check box in General section.
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    The silent icon

    will appear in the status bar.

    Switch your device to vibration mode
    Tap Vibrate and select vibration mode in the Gene
    eral section.
    If your A100 is already in silent mode, the vibration
    n icon
    will appear
    in the status bar.

    Enable the haptic feedback
    You can get the vibration feedback while pressing the soft keys and on
    edback.
    certain UI interfaces if you have enabled haptic fee
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Sound
    d.
    2. Select the Haptic feedback check box.

    Adjust the media, alarm and notification volu
    ume
    If you want to set the ringer volume, make sure you
    ur device is not in silent
    mode.
    1. Tap Volume in the General section.

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    2. Adjust the Media, Alarm and Notification volume and tap OK to
    save.
    Tips:
    You can adjust the ringer volume quickly by pressing the Volume Keys
    from any screen.

    Enable the screen selection tones
    You can set your FileMate Light to play sound while making a selection by
    touching the screen.
    Select the Audible selection check box in the Feedback section.

    Enable Dolby Mobile
    You can enable Dolby Mobile for better sound quality.
    When Dolby Mobile is on, you can tap the Menu Key > Dolby Mobile
    Settings to select a music mode when playing the music track.

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    Language Settings
    You can change the system language of your device.

    Change the language of your operating systtem
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Language & keyboard >
    Select language.
    2. Select a language from the locale list to set it as
    s the system language.

    Security Settings
    You can protect your device from unauthorized use
    e.

    Protecting Your )LOH0DWH/LJKW with a Screen LRFN
    Set the screen unlock pattern
    You can protect your FileMate Light from unauthorized use by creating a
    personal screen unlock pattern.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Locatiion & security > Set
    up screen lock.
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    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    Tap Pattern.
    Read the instructions and tap Next.
    Watch the example pattern and tap Next.
    Draw your own pattern and tap Continue.

    6. Draw the pattern again and tap Confirm.
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    Lock the screen
    Press the Power Key to lock the screen.

    Unlock the screen with a pattern
    1. Press the Power Key.
    2. Draw the pattern you set to unlock the screen.

    If you make a mistake, your FileMate Light will ask you to try again.
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    Setting Up Credential Storage
    You can select to allow applications to access secure certificates and
    other credentials.
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    Enable secure credentials
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Location & security.
    2. Tap Set password to create a password.
    Tips:
    You can also install encrypted certificates from microSD card by
    tapping Install from SD card.

    Delete credentials
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Location & security.
    2. Tap Clear storage to clear credentials.

    Managing Memory
    Managing Your Memory Card
    View the space information
    Tap the Home Key >

    > Settings > SD card & device storage.
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    You can view the Total space/Available space in
    nformation in the SD
    card section.

    Unmount your memory card
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    2. Tap Unmount SD card.

    > Settings > SD carrd & device storage.

    Notes:
    The

    icon will appear in the status bar.

    Format your memory card
    1. Unmount your memory card.
    2. Tap Format SD card.
    3. Tap Format SD card to confirm.

    Managing Internal Storage
    View the device space information
    1. Tap the Home Key >

    > Settings > SD carrd & device storage.
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    2. Scroll down to view the Available space in the
    e Internal device
    storage section.

    Reset to factory settings
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Privac
    cy.
    Tap Factory data reset.
    Tap Reset device.
    Tap Erase everything.

    Application Settings
    Managing Applications
    You can view and manage the applications installe
    ed in your device.

    View the applications installed in your devic
    ce
    Tap the Home Key >
    applications.

    > Settings > Applications
    s > Manage

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    Your FileMate Light will show you the applications in a list.

    Allow the installation of non-Market applicattions
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Applic
    cations.
    2. Select the Unknown sources check box.

    Install an application
    You can install an application from the Android Ma
    arket by selecting the
    item you want to download and tap Install.
    You can also install a non-Marketing application if you have allowed the
    installation of it. Make sure that you select an application developed for
    your device and processor type before installing it..
    > Filer, and open the
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    e folder where the
    application you want to install is.
    2. Tap the application to start installation.
    h the application and
    3. Read the installation instructions that come with
    follow it to complete the setup.
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    Remove an application
    You can uninstall any application that you have dow
    wnloaded and installed
    from Android Market.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Applicatiions > Manage
    applications.
    2. Tap the Downloaded tab.
    t Uninstall.
    3. Tap the application you want to uninstall, then tap
    4. When prompted, tap OK to remove the application from your device.
    5. Choose the reason for removing the application
    n, then tap OK.
    Uninstall third-party applications
    cations > Manage
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Applic
    applications.
    2. Tap on the application you want to remove.
    3. Tap Uninstall, and tap OK to confirm.

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    Other Settings
    Search Settings
    You can manage search settings and history by tapping the Home Key >
    > Settings > Search.

    Google Search Settings





    estions from Google as
    Show web suggestions: Select to show sugge
    you type.
    Use My Location: Select to use My Location for Google search
    results and other Google service.
    Search history: Select to show personalized search history from your
    Google Account.
    d search history with
    Manage search history: Manage personalized
    your Google Account.

    Searchable Items Settings
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    searchable items will be searched.

    Clear shortcuts
    s that appear as
    Erases the list of previously chosen search results
    suggestions below the Google search box.

    Speech Synthesis Settings
    You can set the text-to-speech options by tapping the Home Key >
    Settings > Voice input & output > Text-to-speec
    ch settings. Before
    you use this function, you should install the voice data.
    d

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    Other Applications
    Alarming
    Set alarms
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Alarm.
    t Menu Key > Add
    2. Tap the default alarm set to configure it or tap the
    alarm to create a new alarm.
    3. Tap one alarm and select the Turn on alarm check
    c
    box to enable
    alarm. You can edit the alarm items such as Na
    ame, Time, Repeat,
    Snooze, Duration, Vibrate, Ringtone, Volum
    me, Volume crescendo,
    and Delay.

    Global Time
    Global Time is used to view the time of major citie
    es in the world.
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    Note pad
    Note pad is used to take down some memos.

    Calculator
    Open Calculator
    Tap the Home Key >
    > Calculator.
    Calculator function introduction
    1. Enter a number.
    2. Tap +/-/×/÷.
    3. Enter another number.
    4. Tap =.
    5. Tap CLEAR to reset the calculator.
    Tips:
    entific calculation.
    Tap the Menu Key > Advanced panel to use scie
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    Task Manager
    You can use Task Manager to view and stop runn
    ning applications.

    Stopwatch
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Tap the Home Key >
    > Stopwatch.
    Tap Start to start timing.
    c
    Tap Pause to pause time and tap Resume to continue.
    Tap Reset to reset the stopwatch.

    News & Weather
    You can check the weather and top news stories with
    w News & Weather.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > News & Weather.

    Maps
    You use Maps to find your current location; to view
    w real-time traffic
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    conditions; to get detailed directions by foot, public
    c transportation,
    bicycle, or car.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Maps.
    o find the location you
    2. Tap the Search Maps search box on the top to
    need.
    3. Tap
    to find the place you need.

    Places
    Google Places helps you find all kinds of business
    ses near you.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Location & security > Use
    GPS satellites.
    2. Tap the Home Key >
    > Places. Wait while
    e you are being located.
    Your location, when found, is displayed at the bottom
    b
    of the screen.
    3. Select a business category and the information
    n of that type of
    business near you will be displayed.
    o the top to find the
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    business you need.
    Note: Tap Add to add new business categories
    s.
    4. Tap a result you are interested in and check ou
    ut the details and
    reviews about that place. You can also see the place on Google Maps,
    find out how to get there.

    Navigation
    You can use Google Navigation to get turn-by-turrn driving directions,
    both spoken and displayed on your screen.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Settings > Location & security > Use
    GPS satellites.
    w
    you are being
    2. Tap the Home Key >
    > Navigation. Wait while
    located.
    Your location, when found, is displayed at the bottom
    b
    of the screen.

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    Latitude
    Google’s Latitude service is a social tool for sharin
    ng your location
    information with selected friends.
    If you join Google Latitude, you can view your frien
    nds’ locations on your
    maps and share your location and other informatio
    on with them.
    1. Tap the Home Key >
    > Latitude.
    e Menu Key > Join
    2. After signing in to your Google account, tap the
    Latitude to enable Latitude service.
    Each time you launch Maps application, your locattion will be determined
    using GPS and your Latitude status will be updated. You can tap the
    Menu Key > Latitude in Maps or
    > Latitude to see your status as
    well as that of your selected friends.
    In Latitude, tap the Menu Key to refresh the friend
    ds’ status, see them on
    Maps, add new friends, or change privacy settings
    s.
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    Specifications
    Dimension

    Approx.
    192mm×110mm×12.6mm

    Weight

    Approx. 389g (with battery)

    Main Display dimension,
    resolution, color space

    TFT 800*480 ,260K

    Back Camera

    Sensor Type

    CMOS

    Still Image Capture
    Resolution

    3.2M Pixels

    Total internal memory

    512MB

    Removable memory card

    Support microSD card

    Maximum Capacity of memory card

    32GB

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    Battery

    Capacity

    3400mAh

    Standby time

    Approx. 300h (subject
    network status)

    to

    Voice talk time

    Approx. 16h (subject
    network status)

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    EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
    It is hereby declared that following designated product:
    Product Type: Tablet Computer
    Model No: 3FMT700A2-8G-R
    Complies with the essential protection requirements of the Radio and
    Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive (EC Directive 1999/5/EC)
    and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC).
    This declaration applies to all specimens manufactured identical to the
    samples submitted for testing/evaluation.
    Assessment of compliance of the product with the requirements relating
    to the Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive (EC
    Directive 1999/5/EC) was performed by American TCB (Notified Body
    No.1588), based on the following standards:
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    Safety

    EN 60950-1:2006

    EMC

    EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1; EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1; EN 301 489-17 V1.3.2;
    EN 301 489-19 V1.2.1;EN 301 489-24 V1.4.1;
    EN 55013:2001+A2:2006;EN 55020:2007;

    Radio

    EN 301 511 A100.0.2; EN 301 908-1 V3.2.1;
    EN 301 908-2 V3.2.1; EN 300 328 V1.7.1; ETS 300 487 A1:1997

    Health

    EN 62311:2008; EN 62209-1:2006; IEC 62209-2:2010;
    EN 50332-1:2000; EN 50332-2:2003

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