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QUICK START GUIDE

Ellipse 2 Multimedia Player

Invion

Model: MP3-EL2XX-IUS_Special
Product : Ellipse 2 QSG with ACTION Language US : Page : ( of 9 Pages) Version : 1.2 Date : 2007.09.11
Congratulations on purchasing your new Invion product. We are convinced you will be satisfied with it. To always guarantee optimal function and performance of your product, we would ask the following: Before using the player for the first time, carefully read the operating instructions and adhere to the safety precautions! All activities at and with this player may only be carried out as described in these operating instructions. Please be sure to include the operating instructions in case you pass along this product to someone else. Packaging: This device is delivered in protective packaging to prevent transportation damage. Packaging materials are raw materials and can therefore be recycled. Please recycle these materials. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

english

This manual is a Quick Start Guide only. An electronic version of the full manual for this MP3 Player can be found on the accessory CD.

Attention

Do not share MP3 files without permission. (This would be contrary to International Copyright Laws.) The shock caused from walking has no impact on the music playing. However, dropping or crashing may cause damage. Keep away from chemicals. Keep the player out of heat or extreme heat (such as inside a parked car) or direct exposure to sunlight, moisture, dust, and rain. Do not place heavy objects on the player. Advice for using the earphones: Do not use earphones when driving, it may cause an accident. Do not turn up the volume too high when walking, it is very dangerous. You should use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Even if your earphones are an open-air type designed to let you hear outside sounds, dont turn up the volume so high that you are unable to hear what is around you. Do not listen to your earphones at a high volume. Hearing experts warn against listening to music at a high volume for extended periods of time. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use.

ON/OFF Earphone

Display
Mode Previous/Volume (Rewind) Volume Next/Volume + (Forward) Play/Pause/Stop USB Port
Features Supports MP3, WMA, WAV music formats View JPEG format pictures Supports AMV video formats Image folder function USB storage for versions higher than WIN98, plug & play by cable Built in MIC Energy save mode, auto Off setting Various EQ and repeat modes Supports Win98 SE/ME, Win2000, Win XP operating systems
How to use your MP3 Player

Getting Started

Check that the packaging contains the following items: MP3 player, earphones, USB cable, instruction manual, labeled CD

How to play music

To set up your player, you first need to upload your songs. You can either rip songs from an audio CD to your computer or if you already have access to MP3 & WMA songs in your PCs collection, simply ensure the battery is charged and then upload the songs to the player. You are then ready to start listening to music! Step 1: Importing music to your computer. Complete this step if you havent already transferred music to your computer. You can import music from your audio CDs and transfer it to a readable format, MP3/ WMA. Alternatively, if you have an internet connection, music can be purchased online and downloaded to your computer. To import music to your computer from an audio CD: Insert a CD into your computer. The CD is selected in the list. Highlight the songs you want to transfer then use Windows Media Player or another software (software converters to MP3/WMA format are available on the internet)
Step 2: Connect the player to your computer. Only if you are using Windows 98, insert the accessory CD and install the driver from the Win98 Driver directory. Follow the steps displayed on your computer screen. Step 3: Transfer the songs to your player. Open My Computer and then open your MP3 player as a removable disk. Select the songs you want and drag the highlighted songs onto your MP3 player (removable disk). Step 4: Play the songs on your player. Safely disconnect your player from the computer. Turn your player On by pressing the Play button. Your MP3 player will show the last song played. Press Play to resume playback. Press the Play button to pause playback. Step 5: Turning Off the player. While the player is paused, press the Play button for 3 seconds to turn the player Off.

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Ellipse 2 Multimedia Player
Congratulations on purchasing your new Invion product. We are convinced you will be satisfied with it. To always guarantee optimal function and performance of your product, we would ask the following: Before using the player for the first time, carefully read the operating instructions and adhere to the safety precautions! All activities at and with this player may only be carried out as described in these operating instructions. Please be sure to include the operating instructions in case you pass along this product to someone else. Packaging: This device is delivered in protective packaging to prevent transportation damage. Packaging materials are raw materials and can therefore be recycled. Please recycle these materials. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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Content
Keys & Ports Specifications 6 Features 7 Technical Specifications 8 System Requirements 9 Notice 10 Contents on Accessory CD 11 1. Installation of USB Driver 11 2. Installation of Movie Converter 13
Operation Manual 14 1. Turn On/Off 14 2. Music Mode 14 2.1 Interface introduction 15 2.2 Music play mode 16 2.3 Music setting 16 2.4 Music pause mode 19 2.5 Lyric display 21 2.6 Directory function 21 3.1 Playback mode 22

3. Movie Mode 22

3.2 Pause mode 23 3.3 Delete movie file 23
4. Record Mode 24 5. Voice Mode 26 5.1 Under voice stop mode 27 5.2 Under voice playing mode 28 5.3 Voice mode error display 29 6.1 Play set 30 6.2 Delete file 31 6.3 Delete all 31 6.4 Flipping and rotating the picture 31 7.1 Record time 32 7.2 LCD set 32 7.3 Power off setting 32 7.4 Replay mode setting 33 7.5 Online device setting 33 7.6 Disk format 33 7.7 Memory info 34 7.8 Firmware version 34

6. Photo Mode 30

7. System Setting 32
7.9 DRM time 34 7.10 Exit 34 8.1 Play set 35 8.2 Delete file 35 8.3 Delete all 35 9.1 Boxman 36 9.2 Bricks 37 9.3 Winmine 37 9.4 Color bead 38 9.5 Puzzle 38 9.6 Exit 39

8. E-book Mode 34

9. Game Mode 36
DRM Demo 40 Troubleshooting 46 Claims & Warranties 49
Keys & Ports Specifications

ON/OFF Earphone

Display
Mode Previous/Volume (Rewind) Volume USB Port
Next/Volume + (Forward) Play/Pause/Stop
Keys Play/pause/stop: Play, Pause and Stop. Mode: Working mode or Menu. Previous/Vol-: Select previous music, voice or video file, or fast forward/decrease volume. Next/Vol+: Select next music, voice or video file, or rewind/increase volume. VOL: To select volume adjust mode. Power Switch: Power on and power off the player.

Features

Support MP3, WMA, WAV format files View JPEG format picture Supports AMV video format. USB storage, plug & play by cable Built in MIC Save energy mode, auto off set Various EQ, play modes Supports Windows98, Windows SE/ME, Win2000, Win XP USB 2.0 speed

Technical Specifications

Music format Video format Picture format Storage capacity Display SNR Record mode Record format Output frequency range Size Battery specification PC slot Battery life.MP3 (ID3 tag compatible),.WMA,.WAV AMV JPG 256MB/512MB/1GB/2GB/4GB (Depending on model) 1.8 color LCD display , 128*160 matrix 85dB Built-in Microphone WAV 20Hz-22kHz 90*42*12 mm Rechargeable lithium battery USB2.0 Music: 6 hours (under power saving mode) Movie: 1-2 hours Game: 3-4 hours * Music - up to 500 songs (MP3 and WMA format) * Video - up to 7 hours (AMV format) * Photo - more than 6500 pictures (Each picture 300KB in JPG format)

Playing time

*Playing time is based on using all capacity of memory.

System Requirements

PC running Windows98SE/ME/2000/XP with USB connection and CD drive. Using music with copyright restrictions (DRM) and/or movie conversion will require a PC with: A Pentium class processor with a speed of at least 300 MHz Minimum of 128 MB RAM for Windows 98/ME, 256 MB for Windows2000/XP Minimum of 200 MB free space on hard drive Video resolution of at least 800x600 pixels A sound system DirectX 9.0 or higher Windows Media Player 10 or higher Note: Depending on your media player and the type of media you want to play, your media player may have additional hardware requirements, such as: minimum RAM, minimum processor speed, minimum free disk space, video adapter type, sound adapter type, etc. For details please check the help function of your media player, or its documentation.

Notice

Do not throw the player into fire to avoid danger of explosion. Do not immerse the player into water or allow the player to get soaked to avoid losing the battery charging function. When charging the battery, the Power Switch should be in the ON position. Do not take batteries apart. Recharge the battery when: - Battery icon displays a low level of power. - Player automatically shuts off. - Operation keys are not working. When the copying Files window appears on your PC, please do not remove the USB from the computer. Do not unplug the USB cable when downloading a file. This may cause malfunctioning of your PC and player. Do not plug in an earphone or audio cable when downloading a file. Downloading can be slow if there are too many folders or files. The order of music files displayed on the Windows Explorer is not the order of actual music playback. When it is connected with the PC, the player starts charging only when the Power switch is in the ON position. Do not open the player. If you have any questions, please contact SupportPlus. If the video file converted into AMV cannot be played on your computer, then it cannot be played on the player. Please make sure the version of the media player should be Media player 9.0 or Media Player 10.

Contents on Accessory CD

1. Installation of USB Driver
This installation is only required for Windows98. The steps are as follows: 1) Insert the accessory CD into the CD drive. 2) Connect the player by the USB cable to the computer. Choose Control Panel, System, and enter Device Manager, the computer screen will display:
Please select other devices, right click other devices and choose Update Driver. The following will be displayed:
Attention: If the above screen is not shown, please uninstall your USB driver and reinstall it.
2. Installation of Movie Converter
The conversion software supports converting many video formats into AMV format. Insert the accessory CD and install the movie converter from the Convert tool directory. Double click the file named Msien.msi to install the English version of the movie converter.
Follow the installation steps displayed on your computer screen. Note: See section 3, Movie Mode, for more information on converting movie files.

Operation Manual

1. Turn On/Off
Please switch the Power Switch to the ON position to turn on the player. Please long press the PLAY key to turn on the player when the Power switch is in the ON position and the player is in the turned off status. Long press the PLAY key to turn off the player and then switch the Power switch to the OFF position.

2. Music Mode

After turning on the player, select Music from the main menu, and then press the M key. Press the PLAY key to play the music.
2.1 Interface introduction
Song number/Total songs Sound volume Folder name Lyrics of song playing Song/Singer name Playing progress Bit rate Battery level

Playing time Equalizer effect

File type

Repeat mode
If there is corresponding lyric file, it will display
2.2 Music play mode 1) While playing, short press the PLAY key to pause. Short press the PLAY key again to continue the playing. 2) In the play/pause mode, short press the VOL key to enter the volume adjust mode, and then press / to adjust the volume. 3) In the music play/pause mode, short press / to skip to the next or previous song, and long press / to fast forward or rewind. 4) While playing, short press the M key to enter the music setting mode. 5) Long press the M key to return to the main menu. 2.3 Music setting In the music playing mode, short press the M key to enter music setting mode.
2.3.1 Repeat setting In the music setting mode, select Repeat and then press the M key. Press / to select the mode you prefer and then press the M key to confirm. There are the following modes: Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat Folder, Repeat All, Random and Intro.
Normal Mode: After playing all the music under the current folder, it will play all the music under the next folder until it finishes playing all the files in the subsequent folders. Repeat One Mode: Play one song repeatedly. Folder Mode: Repeat all songs inside the folder. Repeat Folder Mode: Play all music inside the folder repeatedly. Repeat All Mode: Play all music repeatedly. Random Mode: Play all music under the current folder randomly. Intro Mode: Play the first 10 sec. of all music under the current folder sequentially.
2.3.2 Equalizer setting Under music setting mode, press / to choose the EQ Mode, there are 7 equalizer settings as follows: Natural, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, Jazz and DBB. 2.3.3 SRS WOW mode In this option, you can set the voice effect of the music. 2.3.4 Tempo rate setting Under music setting mode, press / to choose the Tempo rate (rate of playing). There are 16 levels from -8 to +8, -8 is the lowest, +8 is the fastest and 0 means natural. 2.3.5 Replay setting A-B Repeat: Under music setting mode, choose Replay, and then A starts to flicker on the display. Press to set the replay starting point A, A will stop flickering, and B will start to flicker. Press to set the replay ending point B, A-B will stop flickering and it will start to replay from A to B. If you want to change what section is replayed press and A will start to flicker again. Follow the other steps as before. Following: If you want to follow the section that is repeated, press again, you will see the icon on the screen, and it will start to record. Contrast: After recording, press key and it will show , it will play the repeated file and then it will show , and it will then play the recorded file. You can compare the following and the repeated section. In any step above, if you want to exit short press the M key.

2.3.6 Replay times setting Replay times means the times the replay file will be played. You can set to repeat from 1-10 times. Press / to set the number of times and then press the M to confirm. 2.3.7 Replay gap setting Repeat gap is the pause time between the first replay time and the next replay time. (Unit: Seconds). You can set the pause time from 1-10 seconds. Press / to set the time, and then press the M to confirm. 2.3.8 Exit Exit from MUSIC setting mode.
2.4 Music pause mode While playing music, short press PLAY key to pause. In the pause mode, short press PLAY key to continue to play. In the pause mode, long press PLAY key to turn off the player. In the pause mode, short press the M key to enter the submenu of music. 2.4.1 Playlist Display the information of the files. 2.4.2 Artists Display the information of artists. 2.4.3 Album Display the information of the album.
2.4.4 Genre Display the information of the genre. 2.4.5 Composers Display the information of the composers. 2.4.6 License Inf Display the information of the License. 2.4.7 Local folder Select local folder and then press to confirm. / to choose the folder and press the M key
2.4.8 Delete file Select Delete file and then press the M key. Press / to select the file you want to delete and then press the M key to confirm. Press / to select Yes or No (If you choose Yes and press the M key to confirm, it will delete the file selected, and if you choose No, it will exit the delete mode). 2.4.9 Delete all Select Delete all and press the M key to confirm. Press press the M key to confirm. 2.4.10 Exit Exit from the menu / to select Yes, and
2.5 Lyric display Under music playing mode, if there is a properly formatted lyric file for the current playing song it will display the icon. Long press the M key to enter the lyric mode. In this mode, you can see the lyrics for the current track. Lyric The MP4 player supports LRC lyric files, it will display the lyrics simultaneously with the song file. Just make sure the lyric file and the song file have the same file name. Example: Song file name is: sky.mp3 Lyric file name is: sky.lrc
2.6 Directory function It can support two levels Root Directory and subdirectory. The files/folders are listed in the order they are stored. If you enter into the stop mode, the player will go back to the song you played last time, and its directory. If the song does not exist, it will go to the first file of the current directory, and if the current directory does not exist, it will go to the next directory. The player can support up to 90 entries in the root directory and support up to 900 entries in each sub-directory. One entry can be a file or a sub-directory. Every 14 characters of a file name or a directory name will take up one entry.

3. Movie Mode

In the main menu, select MOVIE and press the M key to confirm. Remark: 1. The video file format that can be played in the player is AMV, and the formats that can be converted into AMV directly by the movie converter (available on the accessory CD provided) are MPG, ASF, AVI, and WMV. 2. Please make sure that the AMV video file can be played on your computer, because if it cannot, then it also cannot be played on the player. 3. Install the movie converter on your computer. In the interface of the movie converter, please click to enter HELP mode, please read the content before converting any files. 4. When you use the movie converter, you can save the movie file on to the player directly, but please set the Online Device as USB device in the system setting and connect the player to the computer first. 3.1 Playback mode In the main menu, select MOVIE and press the M key to confirm. 1) Press PLAY key to play the video. 2) In the movie pause mode, short press VOL key to enter the volume adjust mode, and then press / to adjust the volume. 3) In the movie play mode, short press / to skip to the next or previous video, long press / to fast forward or rewind. 4) Long press the M key to return to the main menu.
3.2 Pause mode While in movie playback mode, short press PLAY key to pause. 1) In the pause mode, short press PLAY key to continue to play. 2) Long press PLAY key to turn off the player. 3) Short press / to skip to the next or previous video. 4) Short press VOL key to enter the Volume Adjust mode and then press to adjust the volume. 5) Short press the M key to enter into the movie delete mode. 6) Long press the M key to return to the main menu.
3.3 Delete movie file In the movie pause mode, short press the M key to enter the delete mode, and then the next operations are the same with the operations introduced in the music mode. Please refer to that section.

4. Record Mode

In the main menu, select Record and press the M key to enter the record mode.
Before recording, short press the M key to enter the submenu of the record. Local folder: Users can choose the folder here. REC type: Choose the recording type in this menu. Recording types are: Fine REC, Long REC, Fine VOR, Long VOR. Fine REC: The record time is shortest, but the record quality is better. (WAV format) Long REC: Record with longer time, but the record quality is lower. (ACT format) Fine VOR: WAV format (Sound control record, it will pause recording if there is no sound.) Long VOR: ACT format. (Sound control record, it will pause recording if there is no sound.) Exit: Go back to the record standby interface.

Start Record Under record standby condition, short press the PLAY key, the record will start. Short press the PLAY key to pause the recording. When in the pause mode, the record time will be flickering. Long press the M key to save the currently recorded file and return back to the main menu. Low battery When recording, if in short of power, the System will save the currently recording file, stop recording and show LOW BATTERY. Please recharge the battery. Abnormal displaying of record mode 1. Record file is full Too many files in a folder. When recording file reaches 99 units or the flash space is full, it will show a notice. At this moment, please delete some MP3 songs or other recorded files to have more space and continue recording. 2. Total files are full Too many recorded files. This player can save a maximum of 200 recorded files, but usually less because the maximum amount is relative to the file name. The system will judge if it reaches the maximum amount automatically; if it does, then, the recording will stop and user should delete some recorded files to have more space and continue recording. 3. Disk space is full When the disk has no more space to save the recording file, the system will display disk full and the user should delete some MP3 files or other recorded files to continue recording.
4. Disk error When the disk has an error, the system will find the error, save the currently recording file, and then display Disk error. Please perform a format to avoid this error. (Note: When trying to format it, you might experience difficulties.)

5. Voice Mode

In the main menu, select VOICE and press the M key to enter the voice mode.
5.1 Under voice stop mode Long press the PLAY key to turn off the player Short press the M key to enter the submenu of the VOICE Settings Long press the M key to go back to the Main menu Short press / to select next/previous recorded file Press VOL key to enter the volume adjusting mode, and then press the volume. Submenu of voice stop mode: Local folder: In the voice stop mode, select Local Folder, press want, and then press the M key. /

to adjust

to select the folder you
Delete file: In the voice stop mode, short press the M key to enter the submenu, select Delete file and then press the M key. Press / to select the file you want to delete and then press the M key to confirm. Press / to select YES or No, and then press the M key. Delete all: Same as delete file, but it will delete all files in the folder. Exit: Exit from this menu.

5.2 Under voice playing mode Press PLAY to stop the playing Long press PLAY to turn off the player Short press the M key to enter the submenu of Voice playing mode Long press the M key to go back to the Main menu Short press / to select next/previous file Short press VOL key to enter the volume adjusting mode. Submenu of voice playing mode: Repeat: In the repeat submenu, press / to select the repeat mode. There are 7 choices: Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat Folder, Repeat All, Random and Intro. Tempo rate: In the tempo rate submenu, press / to set the rate of playing. There are 16 levels from -8 to +8, -8 is the lowest, +8 is the fastest and 0 means natural. Replay: In the submenu of voice playing mode: choose Replay, A will start to flicker. Press to set the replay starting point A, A stops flickering, and B will start to flicker. Press to set replay ending point B, A-B will stop flickering and now it will start to replay the from A to B. Exit: Exit from the submenu.
5.3 Voice mode error display 1. No record file This notice will be displayed when the player does not have the recorded file or recorded file has been deleted. 2. No files The recorded files name has a format, so if the user changes the recorded files name the player cannot find the recorded file and it will show the notice when under the playing mode. 3. Illegal file When the recorded file is damaged or if the file is not a recorded file, the player cannot play the file and it will show the notice. Attention: For playing WAV files, the player can only play WAV files that were recorded by this player. It cannot play WAV files copied from a PC.

6. Photo Mode

This function supports all JPG formatted pictures 1. In the main menu, press / keys to choose the Photo option. 2. Press the M key to enter picture selection menu. 3. Press / keys to choose the desired picture and press PLAY key to display the picture. 4. Press / keys to browse the pictures in sequence (please first set the option for Manual play, see section 6.1). 6.1 Play set 1. In the picture list, short press the M key to enter into the picture submenu, 2. Press / keys to select the play set option. 3. Press the M key. 4. Press / keys to choose Manual play or auto play options, press the M key to confirm. 5. Press / keys to adjust auto play speed. Press the M key to confirm.
6.2 Delete file 1. In the picture list, short press the M key to enter the submenu. 2. Press / to choose Delete file option. 3. Press the M key to enter this option. 4. Press / to choose the file you want to delete and press the M key to confirm. 5. Press / to choose Yes or No, and press the M key to confirm. 6.3 Delete all 1. In the picture list, short press the M key to enter submenu. 2. Press / to choose Delete All option. 3. Press the M key to enter this option. 4. Press / to choose Yes or No, if you choose Yes, it will delete all the photo files. 6.4 Flipping and rotating the picture 1. In the picture list, press / to select the picture you want to view. 2. Press PLAY key to view the picture. 3. Press M key to flip the picture up or down. 4. Press VOL key to flip the picture left or right. 5. Press PLAY key to rotate the picture 90 degree. Note: This function applies to Manual play only.

7. System Setting

Choose Setup in the main menu. Short press / to select the setting option and short press the M key to confirm. Long press the M key will go back to the main menu. Long press PLAY to power off the player. 7.1 Record time Short press the VOL key, the year will be selected, press / key to modify the year. Press VOL again, and the Month will be selected, press / to modify the month. You can modify the date, hour, minute and seconds following the same steps. At last please press the M key to confirm the setting and exit from the system time menu. 7.2 LCD set Main menu select: In this mode, you can select the picture for the main interface. Black set: Set fixed period of time (unit: second) so that when no key operation is performed, the players screen turns black automatically. If 0 is selected, function is disabled. 7.3 Power off setting There are two choices: off time and sleep time. Off time: means that if no operation is selected during the pre-set time, the system will power off automatically. (Unit: second) Pick from 0-60, where 0 means this feature is disabled Sleep time: it means that after working for xxx minutes (xxx=preset time), the system will power off automatically. Pick from 0-240, where 0 means this feature is disabled. Note: Sleep mode is only valid once and must be reset if required again.
7.4 Replay mode setting There are two choices: Manual replay, Auto replay Manual replay: when using the A-B repeat function, it cannot stop automatically. Auto replay: Used in language learning; the system can pause between the first sentence and the second sentence automatically. 7.5 Online device setting USB Device: Set the MP3 player as a USB Mass Storage Device. Note: When you set the online device as a USB Mass Storage Device, then after you connect the player to the PC, you can only see the files saved in the USB mode and the files saved in the DATA folder of the Media Device mode. Media Device: Set the MP3 player as a Media Transfer Protocol Device, transfer music files only by synchronization of Microsoft Windows Media player. Note: 1. If you want to transfer music files with DRM (Digital Rights Management), you should set the MP3 player to Media Device mode. Then you can synchronize music files by Windows Media Player 9 or above. 2. In the Media Device mode, after you connect the device to the PC, then you will not be able to see the files saved in the USB Device mode. 7.6 Disk format There are two options in this function; you can select FAT16 or FAT 32 to format the player.

7.7 Memory info Users can check the amount of free memory space. Example: 1932MB means the total memory size, and 51% means 51% of the total memory has been used. 7.8 Firmware version Users can check the firmware of the player here. 7.9 DRM time Display the DRM time. 7.10 Exit Exit back to the Main menu.

8. E-book Mode

This function supports all TXT files. 1. Enter the main menu, press / to choose E-Book 2. Press the M key to enter the mode. 3. Press / to select desired text file to read. Press Play key to enter text interface 4. Press / to turn the pages in sequence (only suitable for Manual play) 5. While reading, short press the M key to enter the Bookmark setting mode.
8.1 Play set 1. In the E-book list, short press the M key to enter submenu. 2. Press / to choose play set option: 3. Press the M key to enter this option, or press PLAY key to exit. 4. Press / to choose Manual play or auto play options. Press the M key to confirm. 5. Press / to adjust auto play speed. Press the M key to confirm. 8.2 Delete file 1. In the E-book list, short press the M key to enter the submenu. 2. Press / to choose the Delete file option. 3. Press the M key to enter this option. 4. Press / to choose the file you want to delete and press the M key to confirm. 5. Press / to choose Yes or No, and press the M key to confirm. 8.3 Delete all 1. In the E-book list, short press the M key to enter the submenu. 2. Press / to choose Delete all option. 3. Press the M key to enter this option. 4. Press / to choose Yes or No. If you choose Yes, it will delete all the E-book files.

9. Game Mode

Short press the M key to enter the Game mode. Press and press the M key to confirm.

to select the game

9.1 Boxman Select Boxman and press the M key to enter. Start: Short press the M key to start the game. Map: Select new game or enter the next game directly. Help: Displays the help for the current game. Return: Return to the Games main interface. Guide: Enter the game, select START and then press the M key to start playing a new game. In this game you need to move the box to a fixed place (the red icon place). Button control: up-PLAY, down-VOL, left-PREV, right-NEXT, M key is for exit. Once all of the boxes are moved to all proper places, then the game level will change to the next level for more challenging fun.
9.2 Bricks Select Bricks and press the M key to enter. Start: Short press the M key to start the game. Speed: In the speed mode, you can adjust the speed. Open Grid: Open the grid line of the games interface. Close Grid: Close the grid line of the games interface. Help: Displays the help for the current game. Return: Return to the Games main interface. Guide: Enter game, select START and then press the M key to start a new game, blocks will descent automatically, user needs to adjust the blocks direction and location by using the buttons to make the blocks go to the proper places. Button function: the M key changes the direction, the PREV key moves the block to the left, the NEXT key moves the block to the right, the VOL key makes the block descend faster, and the PLAY key allows you to exit from the game. On the left of the screen, there is the speed, score and next block preview shown. Once every line is filled by blocks, the line will be cleared and the score recorded, until the game is over or the screen is all piled up by blocks. 9.3 Winmine Select Winmine and press the M key to enter. Start: Short press the M key to start the game. Line Number: Set the line for the current game. Row Number: Set the row for the current game. Mine Number: Set the mine number for the current game. Help: Displays the help for the current game. Return: Return to the Games main interface.

Guide: In this game, users are required to find all landmines. On the top of the screen, Total means the number of landmines, Spare means the landmines which were still hidden. Button function: the M key opens the block, the PREV key move left, the NEXT key move right, the VOL key move down, short press the PLAY key move up, and long press the PLAY key to mark the landmine. After opening the block, a number may appear, 1 means around this block there is 1 landmine, 2 means there are 2 landmines around the block, and so on. Once all landmines have been found the user wins the game and can move to the next level. 9.4 Color bead Select Color bead and press the M key to enter. Start: Short press the M key to start the game. Highest Score: Display the highest score. Help: Display the help for the current game. Return: Return to the Games main interface. Guide: In this game, there are several colors beads, once 3 beads of the same color are in the same line (vertical or horizontal), the beads will be cleared and new beads will come down. Button function: the M key to select bead, the PLAY key to move up, the PREV key to move left, the NEXT key to move right, and the VOL key to move down. Press the M key for around 2-3 seconds to exit the game. 9.5 Puzzle Select Puzzle and press the M key to enter. Start: Short press the M key to start the game. Level: Set the different levels for the current game. Select Picture: Select the picture for the games interface. Help: Display the help for the current game.
Return: Return to the Games main interface Guide: In this game, there is a big picture broken into 16 small pieces in random locations, the user is required to sort the pieces to complete the big picture. Button function: the PLAY key to move up, the PREV key to move left, the NEXT key to move right, the VOL key to move down, and the M Key to exit. 9.6 Exit Select Exit to exit the mode.

DRM Demo

A.Demo songs Download the DRM (Digital Rights Management) formatted song from the PC to the MP3 player. These songs have been encrypted and need a license to decode. Songs can be downloaded for free from http://wmtap.smdisp.net/janus website. Save the licenses and songs to your computer. B.At the homepage, click on STC1

C.Save songs

D.After downloading the Audio Files, scroll down the web-page then select Acquired License (Security Level=150) to download the license for the songs.
E.System requirements PC with Windows XP + SP1 operating system or above, Windows Media Player 10 or above F. How to download songs a) WMP10 is used to download music with copyright protection e.g. DRM. USB devices not supporting the MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) cannot be used to acquire the license although the music can be downloaded. MTP is only available in Windows XP, there is no DRM capability for Windows 98 SE, and Windows 2000, or other legacy operating systems. G.When using the Media device for transferring or copying from the computer, please use Windows Media Player 10 or above for downloading songs with DRM protection. H.Please set the Online Device in the system setting as Media device and then connect the MP3 player to the computer. I. After about 10 seconds, Windows will prompt to continue or cancel. Select OK to proceed or Cancel to end. J. Click OK to launch the Windows Media Player application.
K.Click on the Library menu as shown below
L. And then select the music file, right-click it and select add to Sync List.
M.And then click the Sync menu as follows:
N.Click on Start Sync at the top
O.Synchronization in progress will be displayed after about 10 seconds
P. After the music has been transferred to the player, close the Windows Media Player application. Q.Unplug the player from the computer, and then the player will display the progress for creating the data as follows:
Note: When creating the data, please do not do any other operation with the player.
R.After finishing creating data, it will enter the music mode and then you can choose the DRM songs you want to play.

Troubleshooting

1. When I press on play there is no display. Cause/ Solution: Please connect the player on the computer to recharge it. Try to restart it 10 minutes later. 2. When I want to play files there is no sound. Cause/ Solution: Volume is too low. Turn up the volume and inspect the connection of the earphone to see if it is broken.
3. My Computer malfunctions when I disconnect the player. Cause/ Solution: Disconnecting the player when it is transferring files. Do not disconnect the player when files are transferring. 4. Why cant I download files while player is connected to the PC? Cause/ Solution: The USB Driver hasnt been installed correctly. Please install the USB driver again following the operation instruction, or your computers motherboard does not support USB equipment, in which case you need to update your motherboard driver. 5. Why cant I see the files which have been stored on the player? Cause/ Solution: There maybe too many files on your player, so you may have to delete some of the files on your player (refer to section 2.6). 6. Why does it display that the disk is full in the computer but we do not see any files on the disk after connecting it to the PC? Cause/Solution: In the system setting, the Online Device mode is set as Media device but the Online Device mode was set to USB device when you downloaded the files, or the Online Device mode is set as USB device but the Online Device mode was set to Media device when you downloaded the files. Please set the Online Device into the proper mode.

 

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