Nextbook Next3 Manual Users Guide Troubleshooting

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Nextbook Next3 Manual Users Guide Troubleshooting - page 1
Safety Precautions Do not subject the device to severe impact or drop it from heights. Do not use the device in extreme hot or cold, dusty or damp conditions. Do not expose it to direct sunlight. Avoid using the device near strong magnetic fields. Keep the device away from water and other liquids. In the event that water or other liquids enter the device, power off the product immediately and clean the device. Do not use chemicals to clean the device in order to avoid corrosion. Clean it with a dry cloth. We are not responsible for damage or lost data caused by malfunction, misuse, modification of the device or battery replacement. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair or modify the product. This will invalidate the warranty. If the device will not be used for an extended period of time, please charge the battery at least once per month to maintain battery life. Charge the battery if: a) The battery level icon displays (An empty battery) b) The device powers off automatically when restarted. c) There is no response when pressing keys with keys unlocked and battery full. When the device is being formatted or transferring a file, do not interrupt the connection. Otherwise, data may be corrupted of lost. When the device is used as a portable HD, please use only per the instructions. Otherwise, permanent data loss could occur. Please use and install data using the attachments/accessories provided and only according to the manufacturer’ instruction. s Please refer to the information on the bottom of the device for electrical and safety information before installing data or operating the device. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this device to rain or moisture. The device should not be exposed to dripping or splashing. Never place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the device. There is danger of explosion if the battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. The battery (battery or batteries or battery pack) should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunlight, fire or the like. Please follow responsible procedures for battery disposal. If the power adaptor is disconnected from the device, the device will remain 1
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operable as long as the battery has sufficient charge. The power adaptor is a CLASS II apparatus with double insulation, and no external ground is provided. Safety symbol explanation: - - - The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of non-insulated “ dangerous voltage”within the product’ enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude s to constitute a risk of electric shock. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back) as there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying the device. Correct Disposal of this product. This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household waste in the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To dispose of your used device, please use the return and collection systems available in your area or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for safe environmental recycling. Do not leave the device on in a confined space such as a book case or similar. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items such as newspaper, table-cloths, curtains, etc. No open flames, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the device. Use the device in moderate climates. - 2
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Listening Cautions Do not listen to your earphones or headphones at a high volume. Hearing expert advice against continuous extended play. Excessive volume through earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. You should use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations created by obstructed hearing. Even if your headphones or earphones are the open-air type designed to let you hear outside sounds, don’turn up the volume so high that you can’hear what’ t t s around you. Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing “ comfort level”adapts to higher volumes of sound. What sounds “ normal”can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting the volume of your device at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. To establish a safe volume level: a. Start your volume control at a low setting. b. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable sound level, leave it there. This manual may not reflect your actual device’ operation. All information is s subject to change without prior notification. Please follow your actual device’ s operational procedures. 3
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Table of Content Safety Precautions............................................................................................ 1 Listening Cautions ............................................................................................ 3 Feature Summary ............................................................................................. 5 Accessories ...................................................................................................... 5 Buttons & Ports................................................................................................. 5 Charging Battery............................................................................................... 6 Installing Memory Card ..................................................................................... 6 Transferring Files.............................................................................................. 6 Turning On/Off .................................................................................................. 7 Home Screen.................................................................................................... 7 Access Internet................................................................................................. 9 Reading E-Books............................................................................................ 12 Playing Music ................................................................................................. 17 Playing Video.................................................................................................. 21 Viewing Photos ............................................................................................... 23 File Explorer ................................................................................................... 24 E-mail ............................................................................................................. 26 Manage Third-party Applications..................................................................... 28 System Settings.............................................................................................. 29 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 30 Specifications ................................................................................................. 31 FCC Statement............................................................................................... 33 4
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Feature Summary Wi-Fi Connectivity With the latest Wi-Fi technology, this device can connect you to the Internet wherever you are. 8.4”Touch Screen Touch or slide your finger on the screen, the screen responds instantly. Third-party Application Support With the built-in Android TM OS, you can install a large number of third-party applications in this device. Built-in G-sensor The screen changes to landscape or portrait automatically when the device rotates. Entertainment You can enjoy music, movies, pictures and e-books with the Mobile NextBook. Accessories USB Cable Power Adaptor Pouch Stylus Buttons & Ports Front View a. b. Touch Screen Previous –briefly press to go back to the previous page/press and hold to go back to the Home Screen. Next –briefly press to go forward to the next page/press and hold to display menu options. a b c c. Bottom View d e f g h d. e. f. g. h. SD Card Slot –accommodates any standard SD memory card. USB Port –connects to a computer through the USB cable. DC-IN port –connects to any standard electric source through the provided AC adaptor. Earphone Port –connects to stereo earphones (not provided with the unit.) Power Button –press and hold to turn on or off the device; briefly press to turn the screen on or off. 5
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Rear View i. j. Reset pin hole – reset your device if the device freezes. Built-in Speakers j j i Charging Battery The device has a built-in rechargeable battery. No extra battery installation is required. Just charge the device when it indicates low battery. To charge the battery, connect the device to any standard wall outlet via the DC-IN port using the power adaptor. It takes about 5 hours to fully charge the battery. Note: a. You can operate the device even when it is being charged. But for extended battery life, it is suggested NOT to use the device when it is charging. b. It is recommended to charge the battery before you use the device for the first time. c. For maximum performance, lithium-ion batteries need to be used often. If you don’use t the device often, be sure to recharge the battery at least once per month. Installing Memory Card This device can read files directly from memory card. To use a memory card, find the card slot at the bottom of the device and then insert the memory card into the slot in the correct orientation. To access the files stored in the memory card, enter the Explorer mode by tapping the Explorer icon and select the “ Card”directory. SD Transferring Files Before reading or playing files, you need to transfer media files from a computer to the device. (1) Connect the device to a computer with the supplied USB cable. (2) Once connected, two removable disk drives will show on your computer. One represents the internal memory of the device, and the other represents the memory card inserted into the device. Now you can copy files from or to these disk drives just as you would on your hard drive. (3) Once the data transfer completes, drag from the top bar downwards to display the 6
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USB notification message as shown. Drag downwards (4) Choose “ Turn off USB Storage”and then tap “ Turn Off”to disconnect the device from computer. (5) Disconnect the device from the PC safely. a) Left-click the icon at the right bottom corner of the computer desktop. b) Click the pop-up mini-window message of “ Stop the USB Mass Storage Device –Drive (X).” c) Disconnect the device from the computer. Note: The pre-installed applications and Android OS occupy a considerable part of capacity – nearly more than 1GB, it is normal that you see huge difference between available memory space and total capacity. Turning On/Off To turn on the device, press and hold the Power button on the unit until you see the boot-up screen then release. It may take a few minutes to start up the system, please wait before you proceed. To turn off the device, press and hold the Power button until you see the option Power Off” tap on “ , Power Off”and then tap on “ . OK” Tip: This device will sleep with the screen off if it stays inactive for a few seconds. You can briefly press the Power button to turn on the screen and wake it up. Home Screen a b h cd e f g i j k l m 7
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a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Home: Go back to the Home Screen wherever you are in the interface. Memory Card/USB connection indicator WiFi Connection Battery Level Current Time Return: Return to the previous directory. Menu: Tap to display an overlay setting menu. Quick Internet Search - You can input anything you wish you search on the searching Bar ( required WIFI connection) i. Weather forecast - Worldwide Cities (required Wi-Fi connection) j. Default shortcut –WiFi, Photo Viewer, Music Player, Video Player k. E- Reader –Shortcut to E-Reader Page. l. Applications –Shortcut to Application Page. m. System –Shortcut to System Setting How to use the Touch Screen When watching a video or listening to music, you can tap the progression bar to go directly to a different location in the video or song. In the file explorer (File, Music, Video, Photo, etc.), you can drag your finger up and down to scroll the file list up and down. Customize the Home Screen You can customize the Home Screen by adding/removing shortcuts and widgets, changing the wallpaper. To add a Home Screen item (shortcuts, widgets, folders etc.), tap on the Menu icon and then select “ Add” . You can also hold your finger on the screen and then choose an item from the list. You can add a folder onto the Home Screen by holding your finger on the screen and then choose Folders New Folder. You can drag shortcuts or widgets to the folder. To rename the folder, a) tap to open the folder, b) hold your finger on the title bar of the opened folder until the Rename window pops up, c) input folder name. To move a Home Screen item, hold your finger onto it until it is highlighted, then drag it to the desired location, and release it. To remove a Home Screen item, hold your finger onto it until it is highlighted, drag it to the recycle bin which turns from the Application Tab, and then release your finger. 8
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To change the wallpaper, from the Home Screen, tap on the Menu icon , a list of options appears. Tap on “ Wallpaper”and then choose a picture as the desktop wallpaper. To change the System Settings, from the Home Screen, tap on the Menu icon and then tap on “ Settings” . Choose a category: “ Wireless & Networks” “ , Sound & Display” “ , Date & Time” etc. For more information on the different settings, see , the System Settings section. , Weather Forecast Setting You can choose a worldwide city you are interested in by tapping the weather forcast indicator. Locate the city by selecting the state where the city is and then selecting the city, or inputing the city name directly in the “ Search City” filed. You can change the default temperature unit by checking or unchecking the “ Use Celsius”option. Note: Wi-Fi connection is required to display weather forecast information. Display all Applications The device supports most of popular third-party applications. It has many useful applications pre-installed, such as music player, video player, photo viewer, alarm clock, calculator, etc. Furthermore, you can add more applications to the device by installing them manually. To display all applications installed on your device, tap the Application Tab . Access Internet Your NextBook features built-in Wi-Fi technology so that you can access the internet via Wi-Fi network. First of all, you need to configure a Wi-Fi network. For the Wi-Fi configuration procedure to work, you need to be in a Wi-Fi zone that will allow you to connect to it. Every time Your NextBook is in range of a network that you have already 9
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configured once, it will attempt to make a connection. Making WIFI Connection (1) In the Home screen, tap on the WiFi icon. (2) Tap on the “ Wi-Fi”setting to turn on the Wi-Fi. (3) Tap the “ Wi-Fi settings” your NextBook will scan automatically for , available WiFi networks and display them. The list of available networks shows all the wireless networks in range of your device. Note: a) The available network list is constantly refreshed automatically. b) When the Wi-Fi is enabled, Your NextBook will connect automatically to your configured networks when they are in range. c) If Your NextBook finds a network that has never been configured, it will display a no- tification icon. (4) Tap on the network you want to connect to, enter the required network information (password) and then tap on “ Connect” Your NextBook will . now attempt to establish a connection to that WiFi hot spot with the network parameters you entered. If the connection is successful, the message Connected to XXX will appear under the WIFI setting. Advanced Connection To manually scan for available Wi-Fi networks, (1) In the “ Wi-Fi settings”screen, tap the Menu icon , and then tap “ Scan.” (2) If the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to does not appear in the list, scroll down the screen, then tap “ Add a Wi-Fi network.”Enter the required settings, then tap Save.” To access the advanced network parameters (“ Regulatory domain,”“ address,”etc), IP tap the Menu icon , and then tap “ Advanced.”Other parameters will appear. The required information can be obtained from the person who manages the network. Launching the Web browser Tap the Applications icon to display all applications, and then tap the Browser icon 10
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