CnM Touchpad II User Manual - KMS Components

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CnM Touchpad II User Manual - KMS Components

CnM Touchpad II

User Manual

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Table of Contents

1. Preface

2. Safety Notices

3. Getting your device ready for use

3.1 Packing List

3.2 Products Appearance

3.3 Key for Controls and Connectors

3.4 Technical Specifications

3.5 Features Overview

4. Quick Guide

4.1 Touch Panel Calibration

4.2 Switch On / Off

4.3 Battery management and charging

4.4 Operation of the functions icons

4.5 Wireless Wi-Fi Settings

4.6 USB HOST Function

4.7 HDMI Function

4.8 micro SD (Trans Flash) Card Storage

4.9 APK Installer

5. Operation Details

5.1 Desktop

5.1.1 Audio Player

5.1.2 Video Player

5.1.3 Photo Browser

5.1.4 Sound Recorder

5.1.5 Explorer

5.2 Web Browser

5.3 Email

5.4 Calendar

5.5 Calculator

5.6 Alarm Clock

6. Firmware Update

7. Troubleshooting

8. Warranty Information

9. Copyright

10. Support

11. Licencing

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1. Preface

This device has a built-in high performance WiFi receiver module,

and supports external 3G USB Dongles* supporting broadband

wireless networks. This allows it to break through the restraint of

fixed network cables; bringing you into the portable media player

world and fulfilling your entertainment needs. It also supports picture

browsing, video playback, e-book readers, games, online chat and

other functionality.

To help with your understanding of how to use this touchpad device,

please read this User Manual before using the device for the first

time.

CnM will not be held responsible for any loss of personal data or

damage caused by incorrect operation of this Software / Hardware,

accidental damage, replacement of battery or any other accident. To

avoid loss of your data, please ensure you backup your data to a

computer as often as necessary.

The information in this manual is subject to change without any prior

notice. The functionality of this product can differ from the

information given in this manual, because new functions can be

added to this product.

This manual is protected by copyright and any part is not allowed to

be copied or reproduced in any way without prior written permit of

CnM.

Note: When compiling this manual, we have been very careful and

precise to provide completely reliable information. However, it is

possible that an error and oversight has occurred. If you experience

any problems during your usage of this product, please contact CnM

Support (see the support section for details).

* see chapter 4.6 for a list of supported 3G USB Dongles.

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2. Safety Notices

1 ) Please keep the device away from strong magnetic fields in order

to avoid the damage to the product.

2 ) Please do not let the device to fall onto, rub against or knock

against hard objects during using, because this may cause surface

scratches on the device, battery damage, date loss or other damage

to the hardware.

3 ) Never let this product be exposed to a humid environment or rain

as the water leaking into the device could disable it to the extent of

being beyond repair.

4 ) Never clean the device with any chemicals or detergent, these

will damage the product surface and corrode the finish.

5 ) You are recommended not to use the headset with the volume at

its highest settings, please adjust the volume to an appropriate safe

level and limit the amount of time you spend using headphones to

avoid possible damage to your hearing. Excessive volume will cause

permanent hearing damage.

6 ) Please do not cut off the power abruptly during software updates

or downloading, because this may cause date loss or system errors.

7 ) Over-voltage, power cable strain and bending or squeezing of the

power cable by heavy objects must be avoided to prevent the

possibility of overheating or fire.

8 ) In order to eliminate the risk of electric shock, do not touch the

cable power plug with wet hands.

9 ) Some movie, music and pictures are under the protection of

copyright, unauthorized usage is deemed as an infringement to the

laws of copyright.

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10 ) Please don’t turn on the device on in locations where wireless

equipment is forbidden or when the usage of the device will cause

interference and possible danger.

11 ) All the wireless equipment is subject to external interference

and this can affect its performance.

12 ) Please comply with any related restrictions and rules, wireless

equipment can influence the flight of the plane; please consult the

relevant airline company if you intend to use the device on the plane.

13 ) Please don’t use the device in a petrol station, or near to fuel or

chemicals.

14 ) Please comply with any related restrictions and rules; don’t use

the device where blasting operations are in progress

15 ) Only qualified maintenance personnel can install or repair the

device. Opening the device in any way will invalidate the warranty.

16 ) Please use the original accessories and battery provided with

the device, don’t use the incompatible products.

17 ) The device is not waterproof, please keep it dry.

18 ) For the sake of data safety, please back up any important

information on the device, or keep a handwritten record.

19 ) When connecting with other devices, please read the user

manual for detailed safety instructions. Don’t connect the device to

incompatible products.

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3. Getting your device ready for use

3.1 Packing List

3.2 Product Appearance

Components Quantity

MID Device 1

Handwriting Pen 1

Charger 1

Headphones 1

USB Cable 1

User Manual 1

Driver Disk 1

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3.3 Key for Controls and Connectors

Key Name Description

A RESET

B POWER

C MENU

D ESC

E

Trackball

Navigation/

Indication light

Press this button to reset the system when

the device is halted.

Press this button for a short time to enter

sleeping / wake up mode, press it for a long

time to switch ON / OFF.

Press this button for a short time to enter

the submenu.

Press this button for a short time to return to

a previous screen. Press this button for a

long time to start touch screen calibration.

Trackball navigation button and indication

light.

F TF Card Slot Micro SD (Trans Flash) Card Slot.

G HDMI HDMI Connector.

H

Stereo

Earpieces Jack

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Stereo Headphone Jack.

I DC Socket Connect with 5V DC charger.

J Mini USB Port Mini 5 PIN USB Port.

K USB Host Port

Port for external USB Device, 3G Dongle,

Mouse, etc.

L Display Display area.


3.4 Technical Specifications

LCD Display

Size

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7.0” TFT touch panel LCD

display, 160k colours

Resolution 800 * 480

PC interface High speed USB2.0(FS)

Built-in Flash 4GB

Built-in RAM DDRII 256MB

Capacity Expansion Support TF Card,capacity 128MB~16GB

Power Supply

Music Function

Video Function

Built-in 3.7V@3200mAH Lithium rechargeable battery

AC charger:Input:AC110V~240V,Output:DC 5V@2A

Max. 6h playing time(factory default)

MP3、WMA、OGG、APE、

Supported formats

FLAC、AAC、WAV

Headset max. output 2 x 5mW(32Ohm)

MP3 Bit rate 8Kbps ~ 392 Kbps

WMA、WMV、Bit rate 5Kbps ~ 192 Kbps

Frequency response 20Hz to 20KHz

SN ratio 90dB

Distortion


3.5 Features Overview

� Supports HD 720P MKV, AVI, RM, RMVB, MP4, MOV, VOB,

DAT, FLV, 3GP, H.246 etc. formats, supporting a maximum

resolution of 1280 * 720.

� Supports JPG, JPEG, BMP, GIF etc. picture formats.

� Supports MP3, WMA, OGG, APE, FLAC, AAC, WAV audio

formats, multi EQ modes.

� Supports TXT, LRC, PDF, Html, Htm, EPUB file formats,

support auto-browse, zoom, bookmarks, and flip over

functions.

� Supports built-in microphone record function.

� Supports USB-HOST and external U-disk, MP3, MP4, Mouse

etc.

� Supports external 3G USB Dongles.

� Supports HDMI output.

� Support G-sensor screen rotation function.

� Supports Stereo Headphones and speaker.

� Supports multiple languages.

� Can be used as USB portable hard disk, driver not needed for

Windows 2000 or above.

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4. Quick Guide

4.1 Touch Panel Calibration

Before using the device for the first time, you should check that the

screen is calibrated correctly. Press and hold the “ESC” key for 3

seconds to log into the interface of the Touch Panel Calibration. Tap

the center of the “Cross” indicated by the red circle once, and the

screen will display the "Calibration Successful" message when

calibration has been completed, see the figure below.

Note: It is best to use the stylus provided or the tip of a finger nail to

control this device. Using your figure tips to control the device is not

as accurate and may not perform the action you require.

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4.2 Switch On / Off

Switch ON and Unlock: When the device is in its OFF mode, press

and hold the “Power” key for 3 seconds to enter the Android startup

process. The device will take about 100 seconds to enter the system

desktop, with the LCD in locked mode, please press and pull the

icon to the green point, and the LCD will unlocked automatically, see

the image below:

When the device is in use, it is recommended that it isn’t powered

OFF after use, but is put into SLEEP mode instead, so that it is ready

to be used almost instantly without having to start the Android

Operating System.

Power Saving Mode and Locked Mode: Pressing the “POWER”

key when the device is in use will result in the system entering

SLEEP power save and locked mode. Pressing the “POWER” key or

tapping the touch screen for 3 seconds, will return the system to

locked mode within 1 second.

Note: The primary operation of the device will not stop under the

power saving mode, it is just the LCD that is turned off, showing a

black screen. This means that playing music, movies etc. will still

continue to run.

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Switch OFF: When the device is in use, press and hold the

“POWER” key for 3 seconds, the screen will display the power off

interface, choose the power off option to confirm your selection and

the system will shut automatically.

Note: When the device is running low on battery power, it will sound

an alarm and then shut down automatically if it isn’t plugged into

mains power to start charging. If the device can not start up please

check if the battery power I too low by charging the device.

4.3 Battery management and charging

a. Charge the battery for about 8-12 hours to make sure the battery

is fully charged for the first time.

b. Insert the micro port of the battery adaptor into DC slot on the

device, and connect the other side to a power socket. The Power

indication lamp of the device will light up with a light blue color. If the

device is on, the desktop icon of the battery will animate, which

shows that the device is charging. Please wait until the battery is

fully charged, don’t disconnect the power when charging. Once the

battery is fully charged, the indication lamp will change into dark blue

and the Icon on the desktop will stop animating. When the

battery is exhausted completely, please charge the device for at

least one minute before starting it up.

Note: In order to keep the battery working to its full potential, please

pay attention to the following advice:

� Don’t charge the device in excessively high temperatures.

� There is no need to run down the power for this Li-ion battery, you

can charge the battery even when there is still power left in the

battery without it affecting the lifespan of the battery.

� In order to keep the battery in good condition, make sure you

charge it at least once every two weeks, if the device hasn’t been

used for a long time.

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4.4 Operation of the Function Icons.

Icon Function Icon Function

Back to

main menu

Current

power status

System Time

Back

Menu

Google Search

New Mail

Music playing

toolbar

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System has found a

new device.

Set the alert time

Reduce the volume

Increase the volume

Applications

Switch desktop

WIFI On / Off

Update icon for

Music audio /

inventory


4.5 Wireless Wi-Fi Settings

a. Turning on Wi-Fi: Tap the applications menu icon , to show

the Applications menu; press “Settings”, to enter into the setting

interface; press “Wireless and networks” to enter the setup screen.

Tick the Wi-Fi box to enable it as shown below:

b. Connecting to a network: Press “Wi-Fi settings” to enter this

menu. The system will find any wireless networks in the vicinity

automatically. Please refer to the figure below, which shows two

Wi-Fi networks have been found:

After selecting the network you would like to connect to, the system

will either connect to the network or if the network is secured and

requires a security key to be entered, selecting it, will popup a

Connection window, where you can input the correct security code

and press “Connect”.

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The system will connect to the network automatically, and once

connected will show a Status of “Connected”. You can see the

network connection status by pressing the network name, see the

figure below:

Connection information

c. IP address setting and connection: There are two setting

methods to allow the IP address to be set. Whether the IP Address is

distributed automatically or not, is dependant on the Wi-Fi Router’s

settings.

1. DHCP - IP Address is assigned automatically:

By default this device is setup to be assigned an IP Address

automatically.

If the wireless network you want to connect to, assigns the IP

Address automatically, but the settings have been changed to a

Static IP Address, use the following procedure to change the settings.

Press the top right corner of the screen “ ” and then press

“Advanced”.

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Un-tick the selection in the “Use static IP” box.

Press the right top menu “ ” on the screen and press “Save” to

complete this change, see the figure below:

Press the “back” icon once complete, this will return you to the Wi-Fi

settings screen.

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2. Manual Setup - Static IP Address:

If the Wi-Fi network you are connecting to requires a Static IP

Address, use the following procedure to change the settings. Press

the top right corner of the screen “ ” to enter into the “Advanced”

settings. See the figure below:

Select the “Use static IP” tick box, then set the IP address, Gateway

and Netmask using the information you have for that Network.

Press the in the right top of the screen and select “Save”, see

the figure below:

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4.6 USB HOST Function:

By default this device is setup to connect to a PC using its USB

connection. If you would like to attach an external USB device such

as a Keyboard, 3G Dongle or USB Storage Device, then please

follow the procedure below.

a. Turn on The USB- HOST:

Press the menu icon , to enter into the Applications menu; press

“Settings” to enter into the settings interface; press “USB Mode

select” to select the “HOST MODE” as shown in the figure below:

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. Connecting USB Drives:

Insert the USB Drive into the HOST port, press the “Explorer” icon

on the desktop, press “USB” option to view the root of the USB Drive,

see the figure as below:

c. Connecting an External 3G USB Dongle:

Insert the 3G USB Dongle in to the Host port, so that it is picked up

by the system (for a list of all 3G Dongles which are compatible with

this device see table below). Tap the applications menu icon , to

show the Applications menu; press “Settings”, to enter into the

setting interface; press “Wireless and networks” to enter the setup

screen. Un-tick the Wi-Fi box to disable it (Wireless and Mobile

networks can’t be enabled at the same time) as shown below:

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Tick the “Mobile network” box to enable mobile networking. If mobile

networking won’t turn on, please check that the 3G Dongle that you

are trying to use is in the compatibility table below.

Manufacturer Model Performance Rating

Longcheer HSPA USB Dongle ****

Vtion E1916 ****

HUAWEI EC122 ****

HUAWEI EC1261 ****

Longcheer HSPA USB Dongle ***

HUAWEI E220 ***

HUAWEI E182E ***

Alter ZD6000 ***

MobilePeak K80 ***

Thinkwill UE800 ***

HUAWEI E180 **

HUAWEI E1750 **

Once mobile networking has been enabled, select “Mobile network

settings as shown below:

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Select “Access Point Names”, then press the in the right top of

the screen and select “New APN”. On the Edit access point screen

enter the settings shown below fore the network carrier you will be

using. Note: If a setting isn’t mentioned, then leave it at its current

default setting. These settings were correct when this

manual was printed, if you have any connection issues, please

check they are correct with your mobile operator.

Name: 3 Services

APN: three.co.uk

MCC: 234

MNC: 20

Name: o2

APN: mobile.o2.co.uk

Username: vertigo

Password: password

MCC: 234

MNC: 10

Name: Vodaphone

APN: internet

Username: web

Password: web

MCC: 234

MNC: 15

Name: Orange Internet

APN: orangeinternet

MCC: 234

MNC: 33

Name: T-Mobile Internet

APN: general.t-mobile.co.uk

Username: t-mobile

Password: tm

MCC: 234

MNC: 30

APN type: * (Just an * in the field)

Name: Virgin Mobile

APN: goto.virginmobile.uk

Username: user

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Once the correct details have been entered, press the in the

right top of the screen and select “Save”.

4.7 HDMI Function:

You can enjoy high definition video playback on your HD Ready TV

using the Video player function.

� Connect the TV to the device using a high definition cable.

� Press in the video play interface, to enter the Selection

popup menu, and then select “HDMI”:

Another popup allowing the HDMI output mode to be selected will

appear, select the “Output to HDMI: 720p as shown below.

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You can enjoy high definition video playback on your TV.

4.8 micro SD (Trans Flash) Card Storage

There is a micro SD card slot in this device, it supports reading files

on micro SD and Trans Flash cards. Ensure that you insert the card

into the card slot, the correct way round. To remove the card, just

push the card towards the slot, and this will automatically release the

card. Please adhere to the following advice when using the card slot:

a. Insert the memory card into the card slot on the right side.

b. Don’t pull out the card when it is in use (reading, copying),

otherwise, it may cause data errors.

c. Don’t use the memory card in high temperature conditions.

d. Keep the memory card away from the liquid and erosive materials.

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4.9 APK Installer

This device supports installing third part applications programs

designed to run on Android. Many Application Programs

can be downloaded from internet and then installed using the APK

Installer.

• Press the APK installer icon and the APK installer interface will

popup with the following icons: Install, Manage and Exit.

• Install: Press install to access the APK installer interface.

There are two locations that installation .apk files can be installed

from: Internal Memory which means the built-in storage, SD Card

which means a memory card inserted into the micro SD card slot.

After entering, select the program to be installed from the right

window, tap it to install and follow the prompts. Once the application

has been installed you will be returned to the installer main screen.

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• Manage: Allows applications to be Launched, Exported or

Uninstalled. The default view shows all the applications installed on

the device, tap the icon for the application you would like to manage.

- Launch: Run the software.

- Export: Export the software to an expansion card.

- Uninstall: Uninstall the software.

- Cancel: Cancel the operation.

There are a number of App Market Places where you can download

useful applications for this device. The APKShare Market is already

pre-loaded on to the system, but there are a few other markets that

you might want to explore:

http://slideme.org/

http://freeandroidapplications.net/

http://www.androidfreeware.net/

http://andappstore.com/AndroidApplications/

Note: Not all the apps available for Android on the Internet

or App Sites will be compatible with this device.

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The following Apps have been pre-loaded, allowing them to be

installed if you required:

- Open APK Installer from the applications menu.

- Tap the "Install" button.

- Tap the "Internal Memory" folder.

- Tap "KMS Apps" or "CnM Apps" (whichever folder is present).

- Select the App you would like to install by tapping on it.

Application File To Install Functionality

Adobe Reader reader.apk Adobe PDF Viewer

Air Control Lite Aircontrol.apk Air Traffic Game

Aldiko RKEBookReader.apk eBook reader

BBC News newswidget.apk BBC News Reader

Documents To Go docstogo.apk Office Viewer

Droid Security Antivirus antivirus.apk Anti Virus Package

eBay mobile.apk eBay Client

Gmail Gmail.apk Google Mail

Google Listen listen.apk Audio Downloader

Facebook katana.apk Facebook Client

Kindle kindle.apk Amazon eBook reader

MSN Talk jmsn.apk MSN Messenger

Shelves shelves.apk eBook reader

Skyfire browser.apk Web Browser (Flash support)

SkyNews skynews.apk Sky News Reader

Skype Raider.apk Skype Client

Talk Talk.apk Google Talk

TuneIn Radio player.apk Internet Radio

Twitter twitter.apk Twitter Client

For support on these applications please contact the developer

directly.

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5 Operation Details

5.1 Desktop

5.1.1 Audio Player

In the applications menu or on the desktop, click the icon to

launch the audio player.

� If there are no music files in the audio player playlist, the

system will automatically load any music files from the micro

SD card to the audio player playlist after the audio player is

launched. The device supports the following audio file formats:

mp3, wav, midi and wma.

� If there are many songs in the Music playlist area, slide up /

down using the touch screen or use the trackball.

� Click on the track you want to play from the list as shown in the

following picture.

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� In the music playing interface, tap to enter the audio

playing list.

� Drag the playback progress bar

to adjust audio playback progress.

Audio player control descriptions:

Icon Function Icon Function

Browse the playlist

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Online music

searching

Artist Album

Other audio

New Playlist

Quit

View music files on

disc

Switch to audio

playing

EQ setting (normal,

rock, classical, pop)

A-B repeat Playing order mode

Add to the playlist Pause playback

Raise the volume Lower the volume

Go to previous song Skip to next song

Play audio

Note:Audio player can play WAV record files.


5.1.2 Video Player

In the applications menu or on the desktop, click the icon to

enter the video player interface.

� When no video files in the video player playlist, the system will

automatically load any music files from the micro SD card to

the video player playlist after the video player has been

launched.

� If there are many videos available, slide up / down the list using

the touch screen or use the trackball.

� To play video files, click the desired file in the list to play it as

shown in the following pictures:

� The device supports the following video file formats: MKV, AVI,

RM, RMVB, MP4, MOV, VOB, DAT, FLV, 3GP.

� Drag the playback progress bar to

adjust video playback progress.

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Video player control descriptions:

Icon Function Icon Function

Adding video

bookmarks

Go to previous

chapter

Play and pause a

video

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Brightness Adjusting

Skip to next chapter

Video format 16:9 / 4:3

Quit Menu

Lower the volume Raise the volume

� Click this button to Delete bookmark, Play mode, TV-Out,

HDMI etc. See the figure as below:

� Tap play mode to select one of the possible play modes: Single,

Repeat one and Repeat all.


5.1.3 Photo Browser

In the applications menu or on the desktop, click the icon to

enter the picture browser.

Picture Browser control descriptions:

Icon Function Icon Function

Previous image Zoom in

Next image Zoom out

Brightness Setup

Rotate the image

900 clockwise

Image settings

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Enter the Image Slide

mode

Rotate image 90 degree

counterclockwise

Quit the interface of

Image Browser

� If there are no files in the photo list, the system will

automatically load the image files from the micro SD card to the

photo browsing list after the photo browser has launched.

� The device supports the following video picture formats: BMP,

JPG, JPEG, PNG and GIF.


� To view a picture, navigate to the image you would like to view

and select it.

� To Delete, find Details or Set the image as wallpaper, tap on the

image and hold the image until the File/directory Operations

window pops up.

5.1.4 Sound Recorder

In the Applications menu, tap the Sound Recorder icon to enter

the recording interface

Tap the record button to start recording, tap the button to

stop recording. Once you finish the recording, you will be asked if

you want to “Use this recording” or “Discard” the recording.

Recording playback: To playback a recording, use Explorer to find

the Record folder on the Internal Memory storage,; select the

recording to playback by clicking on it. For more details about

playback please refer to 5.1.1(Audio Player).

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5.1.5 Explorer

In the main menu or desktop, tap the explorer icon to enter the

Management Interface, tap 【SD Card】、【Internal Memory】or【USB】

to open the root directory of the appropriate storage. To navigate

around the file system, you can tap on the folders name or use the

“Back” and “Next” functions.

Cutting and Copying Files

� In the file browser, press and hold down on the icon of a file

you want to manage.

� A pop-up action menu, which includes Cut, Paste, Copy,

Delete, Rename, New folder etc. will appear.

� Tap “Cut” or “Copy”

� Navigate to the folder where you want to paste the file, press a

blank area or tap the “Menu” icon.

� Tap “Paste”.

Deleting files

� In the file browser, press and hold down on a file icon you want

to manage.

� Tap “Delete”.

� Tap “OK” to delete the file.

Adding a folder

� Tap on the “File Browser” icon on the home interface or from

the Application list.

� Navigate to where the new folder needs to be created.

� Tap the “Menu” icon and tap “New Folder”

� Type the new folder name in the text box provided.

� Tap OK to set up a folder.

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5.2 Web Browser

Note: For the Web Browser to view web sites, this device must be

connected to a Wireless or 3G Network (for details refer to chapter

4.5 Wi-Fi Settings).

In the applications menu or on the desktop, click the icon to

enter to the Web Browser interface; click the address bar and input

the website address for the website you would like to view. Use the

popup keyboards to enter the address and then click “Go”.

Changing your Home Page

� Open the Browser.

� Tap the “Menu” icon to show the browser settings menu.

� Tap “More”.

� Tap “Settings”.

� Tap “Set Home Page”.

� Enter the URL of the web site to use as the homepage, and

then tap “OK”.

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Zoom in or out of a website

� When viewing a web page, drag your finger over the page, a

zoom option box will appear in the bottom right hand corner of

the screen. Press + to zoom in and – to zoom out.

Search for words in a Webpage

� Browse the web; tap the “Menu” icon and a pop-up

menu will appear.

� Tap “More”.

� Tap “Find on page”.

� Enter the words you want to search for.

� Tap “Done”, the words being searched for in the webpage will

be highlighted in green.

� Tap the left and right arrows to the left of the Search Bar to

move to the previous or next word on the page.

Managing bookmarks

Adding a bookmark

� Open any web site.

� Tap the “Menu” icon and tap “Bookmarks”, then tap “Add

bookmark”.

� Edit the Name if necessary and tap “OK”.

Opening Bookmarks

� In the browser interface, tap the “Menu” icon and tap

“Bookmarks”.

� Tap on the bookmark of the web site you want to open.

Opening a new browser window

� Open the web browser, tap the “Menu” icon and select “New

Window”.

� A new browser window will open, allowing you to visit another

web site.

� To navigate between browser windows, tap the “Menu” icon

and select “Windows”. This will show all current browser

windows and allow navigation to another window by tapping

the window to view.

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Changing browser settings

� In the browser interface, tap the “Menu” icon, then tap “More”,

and then tap “Settings” to access all browser settings including:

Page content settings, Privacy settings, Security settings and

Advanced settings.

Switching browser windows

Switching between browser windows will only work if there is more

than one browser window currently in use.

� Open the web browser, tap the “Menu” icon and select

“Windows”.

� All current browser windows will be shown. Tap the browser

window you want to open.

5.3 Email

Note: Please make sure your network connection is active and the

time and date settings are correct before starting the Mailbox Setup

Wizard.

Mailbox Setup wizard

� Either tap the “Email” icon on the desktop or select the “Email”

application from the Application list and then the “Email” icon.

� Tap the “Next” button.

� Enter your e-mail address and password.

� Tap the “Next” button, select if your mailbox type is POP3 or

IMAP.

� Then tap the “Next” button, and the setup wizard will check if it

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can automatically connect to the e-mail server for your email

account.

� If the automatic connection is successful, enter an account

name and display name for outgoing messages, then tap

“Done”.

� As long as the the mailbox is available, it will connect

automatically to your inbox.

If the setup wizard hasn’t been able to connect automatically use the

following procedure:

� Tap the “Manual setup” button, select the mailbox type to be

used (POP3 or IMAP) and manually enter all the account

details.

Example for a Windows Live Hotmail Account

POP3 Account

Username: emailaddress@hotmail.com

Password: ********

POP3 server: pop3.live.com

Port: 995

Security type: SSL (always)

Delete email from server: Never

� Tap “Next”.

SMTP server: smtp.live.com

Port: 25

Security type: None

Require sign-in: Make sure this is not ticked.

� Tap “Next”.

� Decide on the Email checking frequency, whether to set this as

the default email account and whether to be notified when

emails arrive. Tap “Next”.

� Enter an account name and display name for outgoing

messages, then tap “Done”.

Viewing E-mail

� Open the email application and select the email account you

wish to send an email from by tapping the account name.

� Tap the “Inbox” icon and the select the email you wish to view

by tapping on it.

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Sending an E-mail

� Open the email application and select the email account you

wish to send an email from by tapping the account name.

� Tap the “Menu” icon and select “Compose” from the

“Menu” which appears at the bottom of the screen.

� Enter the To, Subject and Compose Mail information to create

the email. To add an attachment tap the “Menu” icon and

select Add attachment, you can then browse for the file to

attach.

� When finished tap the “Send” button.

5.4 Calendar

In the applications menu, tap the Calendar icon to enter calendar

interface:

� In calendar mode, press and pull up/down the screen to

reduce/increase the Months; or to turn the pages.

� Auto adjusts Years when the month exceeds December or

January.

� Enter interface, the number in the orange form is the

intraday date, you can change the date in setting function;

details as the setting section.

� Tap to return to main menu.

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5.5 Calculator

In the applications menu, tap the Calculator icon to open

calculator:

5.6 Alarm Clock

In the applications menu or on the desktop, tap the Alarm Clock

icon to enter the setting interface, you can select the tick boxes to the

right of the clock to set three alarms simultaneously.

Tap any of the alarm tick boxes to set up an alarm. The time, bell,

vibration, repeating and label can all be set.

- Everyday: Setting repeat the bell at the same time everyday.

- Monday to Sunday: You can choose the days and the time of each

day.

- No: to set up the bell for one time, no repeating.

- Pattern: to choose the bell pattern.

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6. Firmware Update

Note: Updating the Firmware will delete all downloaded

applications and user settings, so all data will be lost,

remember to back up your data before carrying out a factory

restore.

Before the firmware on the Touchpad II can be upgraded, it must be

completely powered off. Press and hold the “Power” button for at

least 6 seconds.

Insert the Driver CD into your optical drive and the boot menu will

autoplay. Select the “Update Tool” option which will run the “RK2818

BatchUpgrade v1.23”

Click button labeled “1” and choose “update.img” from the popup

window, then click open, as shown in the picture below:

Turn off the Touchpad II by Press and hold the “ESC” button

Hold the “ESC” button on the Touchpad II down and without

releasing it; connect the USB cable which is already attached to the

PC to the device.

Note: The USB port of the PC must be USB2.0, or it cannot be used

to update the device.

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The “Found New Hardware Wizard” window will popup as shown

below. Choose “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)”,

and then click “Next” to install the USB driver, see the picture below:

On the next screen, select “Include this location in the search”, and

navigate to the following folder “Update Software File” >

“281xDriver” > “x86” > “XP” on the CD ROM, then click “OK”. The

system will detect and install the driver automatically, finally click

“Finish”, see the pictures as below:

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Click “Continue Anyway”.

Click “Finish”

Release the ESC key after icon labeled “1-4” has turned green, see

the picture as below:

Then click “Upgrade” to start the updating process. During this

process lots of information will be shown in the update status box as

shown in the image overleaf.

Note: While the system is being updated, the Touchpad II must not

be operated in any way.

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The system has been updated successfully when the “Upgrade

end.1 OK, 0 Fail” notice appears in the status bar as shown below:

The Touchpad II can be used normally once it has been turned on

and finished booting up, which will take several minutes.

Note: Please don’t disconnect the USB cable during the updating

process because this will cause update failure or possible system

failure of the Touchpad II.

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7. Troubleshooting

7.1 Device cannot connect to Wi-Fi

� Ensure the wireless network is working by testing it using

another wireless device.

� Ensure the device and the wireless router is within the range of

the wireless network to be connected too. Walls or other

obstructions will reduce the possible distances between

wireless devices.

� Ensure the security password being used is correct.

7.2 Device doesn’t turn on.

� You can not turn on the device when the battery charge is

below the critical level, please charge the battery.

� Press the RESET button on the top of the device and check if it

is restarting is normally or not.

� Check if the charger is connected correctly.

7.3 Heat Issues

When running multiple applications, using the screen on its brightest

setting, or when being charged, this device can get quite hot. This is

normal and should not cause any inconvenience when in use.

7.4 System has anomalies and doesn’t work correctly

Installing some third-party applications may cause the system not to

operate correctly. To resolve this issue, press the reset button (next

to power button) to perform a system reset.

7.5 Cannot set e-mail or registration application

� Ensure that the MID is connected to a Wi-Fi network and can

connect to the Internet.

� Ensure you E-mail settings have been entered correctly for the

account being accessed.

� Make sure your system time and local time are correct.

7.6 Restoring factory settings

If the MID appears to have a significant error or you forget the

Unlock Password, you can use this procedure to restore the factory

settings. Note: Restoring factory settings will delete all

downloaded applications and user settings, so all data will be

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lost, remember to back up your data before carrying out a

factory restore.

� In the home interface, press the “Menu” key to pop-up the

settings menu.

� Tap “Settings”; Tap “SD card, U-disk & device store” and scroll

to the bottom of the list.

� Tap “Factory data reset”.

� The system will enter an erasing data state and the screen will

go off. This process takes around 10 seconds, after the

erasing process, the system will automatically reboot.

8. Warranty Information

One year limited hardware warranty

This product is covered by a one year warranty against defects in

material and workmanship. This warranty excludes the battery,

which is covered by a six month warranty.

For all warranty issues please contact your place of purchase.

Limitation of warranty

The above warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from:

misuse; unauthorized modification; opening for any reason;

operation or storage outside the environmental specifications for the

product; in-transit damage; improper maintenance; physical damage

to the unit, such as a cracked or broken screen or defect resulting

from use software, accessories, media, supplies, consumables, or

such items not designed for use with the product.

There is no other express warranty, whether written or oral, with

respect to this product.

Any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular

purpose is limited to the one-year duration of this written warranty.

Some states, provinces, or countries do not allow limitations on how

long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation or exclusion

may not apply to you.

This warranty gives your specific legal rights, and you may also have

other rights that vary from state to state, province to province, or

country to country.

All information is subject to change without notice.

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9. Copyright

All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced,

stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any

means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or

otherwise, without the prior written permission from the copyright

holder. According to copyright law, no recorded data may be used for

purposes other than personal enjoyment without permission from the

copyright holder.

10. Support

For support on your CnM Lifestyle product please visit

www.cnmlifestyle.com to find out about frequently asked questions.

Alternatively you can call the CnM Lifestyle support line on

09015565758. This support line is available between 9:30am and

6:00pm, support calls will be charged at 50p per minute.

Support issues can also be emailed to support@cnmlifestyle.com,

please provide detailed information about the problem you are

experiencing.

11. Licencing

Google Android is Licenced under the Apache Licence, Version 2.0.

More information about this licence can be obtained from

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.

The source code for the full Android stack is available from the

Android Open Source Project site http://source.android.com/.

Other mirrored GPL and LGPL'd components are available at

http://code.google.com /p/android/downloads/list.

Notices for other licenses can be found within the SDK.

We hope you enjoy your CnM Lifestyle product.

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