User Guide

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Tabl e of Contents
Package Contents .................................................................................................... 8
Covers for your pandigital novel................................................................ 8
Device Overview ....................................................................................................... 9
Power Button Usage ................................................................................................ 9
Touch-Screen Navigation ...................................................................................... 10
Getting Started ....................................................................................................... 11
Home Screen .......................................................................................................... 12
Application Quick Launch Bar .............................................................................. 13
Set Up Wi-Fi Network ............................................................................................. 14
Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot ....................................................................................... 14
Reset Device ........................................................................................................... 14
Overview of Buying & Downloading Books to Device ........................................ 15
Barnes & Noble BOOKSTORE ............................................................................... 16
Purchase an eBook ................................................................................................................ 18
Purchase an eMagazine or eNewspaper ............................................................................... 18
Get FREE Sample .................................................................................................................. 18
Buy Sample Books ............................................................................................................. 19
Subscriptions .......................................................................................................................... 19
SHOP B&N .............................................................................................................. 20
Downloading Purchased Media ............................................................................................. 20
MY LIBRARY ........................................................................................................... 20
Get Books .............................................................................................................................. 21
Manage Books ....................................................................................................................... 23
Lend/Return Books ................................................................................................................ 23
Loan a Book ....................................................................................................................... 24
Check for Offers ................................................................................................................. 24
Opening Borrowed Books .................................................................................................. 24
Return/Buy Borrowed Books .............................................................................................. 24
Bookshelves ........................................................................................................................... 25
Add New Bookshelf ............................................................................................................ 25
Display Shelf ...................................................................................................................... 25
Manage Bookshelf ............................................................................................................. 25
Delete Shelf ........................................................................................................................ 26
Check Subscriptions .............................................................................................................. 26
READER .................................................................................................................. 26
Play Music in Background while Reading .............................................................................. 28
Reader Function Menu ........................................................................................................... 28
My Library .............................................................................................................................. 28
Contents ................................................................................................................................. 28
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Bookmarks/Notes/Highlights .................................................................................................. 28
Bookmarks ......................................................................................................................... 29
Notes .................................................................................................................................. 29
Add Note ........................................................................................................................ 29
View Notes ..................................................................................................................... 29
Delete Multiple Notes ..................................................................................................... 29
Highlights ........................................................................................................................... 30
Create Highlights ........................................................................................................... 30
View Highlights............................................................................................................... 30
Hide all Highlights .......................................................................................................... 30
Delete Highlights ............................................................................................................ 30
Go To ..................................................................................................................................... 30
Display Table of Contents .................................................................................................. 31
Jump to Page ..................................................................................................................... 31
Search for Specific Text ..................................................................................................... 31
Last Read ........................................................................................................................... 31
Font Size ................................................................................................................................ 31
Night Read ............................................................................................................................. 32
Screen Orientation - Lock ...................................................................................................... 32
ACCESS MEDIA ON SD CARD .............................................................................. 32
WEB ......................................................................................................................... 33
Go to a Web Site .................................................................................................................... 33
ZOOM Web Page ................................................................................................................... 34
Browser Menu ........................................................................................................................ 34
Bookmarks ............................................................................................................................. 35
Bookmark a Web Page ...................................................................................................... 35
Go to Bookmarked Web Page ........................................................................................... 35
Delete Web Page Bookmarks ............................................................................................ 35
Browser Windows .................................................................................................................. 36
Open New Window ............................................................................................................ 36
Switch Windows ................................................................................................................. 36
Close Windows .................................................................................................................. 36
Find ........................................................................................................................................ 36
Select ..................................................................................................................................... 36
Browser Settings .................................................................................................................... 37
Page Content Settings ....................................................................................................... 37
Privacy Settings ................................................................................................................. 37
Security Settings ................................................................................................................ 38
Advanced Settings ............................................................................................................. 38
SETTINGS ............................................................................................................... 38
Settings>General ................................................................................................................... 38
Settings>Calibrate Touch Screen .......................................................................................... 39
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Settings>Network ................................................................................................................... 39
Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot ................................................................................... 39
Turn Wi-Fi Off ..................................................................................................................... 39
Settings>Subscriptions .......................................................................................................... 40
Settings>Alarm ....................................................................................................................... 40
Settings>Photos ..................................................................................................................... 40
Settings>Support ................................................................................................................... 41
Settings>Reset Defaults ........................................................................................................ 41
MUSIC ...................................................................................................................... 42
Play Music .............................................................................................................................. 42
Delete Audio Files .............................................................................................................. 43
Playlist .................................................................................................................................... 43
Add songs to Playlist .......................................................................................................... 43
Play songs in Playlist ......................................................................................................... 43
Remove songs from Playlist............................................................................................... 43
Return to Music List ........................................................................................................... 44
VIDEOS .................................................................................................................... 44
Play Video .............................................................................................................................. 44
Video Navigation Bar ............................................................................................................. 44
Stop Video .......................................................................................................................... 45
Delete from Video Library ...................................................................................................... 45
PHOTOS .................................................................................................................. 45
Photo Gallery ......................................................................................................................... 45
Photo Function Menu Options............................................................................................ 46
Play Slideshow ....................................................................................................................... 46
Play Music with Slideshow ..................................................................................................... 46
Set Wallpaper ......................................................................................................................... 47
Import Photos ......................................................................................................................... 47
Delete Photos ......................................................................................................................... 48
EMAIL ...................................................................................................................... 48
Setup New or Add Accounts .................................................................................................. 48
Set up Yahoo! Plus Account .............................................................................................. 49
Set up Juno Platinum or Turbo Account ............................................................................ 49
Email Inbox ............................................................................................................................ 49
Open Email Message ............................................................................................................. 50
Compose New Email Message .............................................................................................. 50
Add Senders to Contacts ....................................................................................................... 50
Folders ................................................................................................................................... 51
Edit Email Account Information .............................................................................................. 51
Delete Email Accounts ........................................................................................................... 51
Set Default Account ............................................................................................................... 51
ALARM .................................................................................................................... 52
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Add Alarm .......................................................................................................................... 52
Set Alarm Volume .............................................................................................................. 52
Shut Off Alarm Alert ........................................................................................................... 52
Edit Alarm ........................................................................................................................... 53
De-Activate Alarms ............................................................................................................ 53
Delete Alarm ...................................................................................................................... 53
CALENDAR ............................................................................................................. 53
Add Event ............................................................................................................................... 54
Edit Event ............................................................................................................................... 54
Snooze or Cancel Event Alert ................................................................................................ 54
Delete Events ......................................................................................................................... 54
SEARCH .................................................................................................................. 54
IMPORT SD CARD .................................................................................................. 55
DICTIONARY ........................................................................................................... 55
STOCKS .................................................................................................................. 56
FACEBOOK ............................................................................................................. 56
CONTACTS ............................................................................................................. 56
Add New Contacts ................................................................................................................. 56
Edit Contacts .......................................................................................................................... 56
Delete Contacts ...................................................................................................................... 56
WEATHER ............................................................................................................... 57
GAMES .................................................................................................................... 57
USER GUIDE ........................................................................................................... 57
Connect to Computer ............................................................................................. 57
Connect to Windows PC ........................................................................................................ 58
Connect to Macintosh Computer ............................................................................................ 59
Adobe Digital Editions ........................................................................................... 60
UPGRADE FIRMWARE ........................................................................................... 61
Frequently Asked Questions ................................................................................. 63
Battery Management .............................................................................................. 68
Charge Battery ....................................................................................................................... 69
Important Safety Precautions ................................................................................ 69
Cleaning the device ................................................................................................................ 69
Technical Specifications ........................................................................................ 70
Limited Warranty .................................................................................................... 71
FCC Notices ........................................................................................................................... 72
Disclaimers ............................................................................................................. 73
License Agreement and Terms of Use ................................................................. 73
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pandigital novel
A contemporary multimedia device designed for straightforward
functionality, featuring a full color TFT LCD display and convenient
touch-screen navigation.

Your pandigital novel is a light and stylish electronic multimedia
eReader which allows you to quickly and easily download and read digital
printed material (eBooks, eMagazines, and eNewspapers) anytime and
anywhere.
Connect to a Wi-Fi network to shop, purchase and download media from
Barnes & Noble, browse the web, send/receive email, and much more!
Also, you can view photo slideshows, watch videos, and listen to music
through the built-in speakers or with headphones (not included).

READ. SURF. PLAY.
Your pandigital novel is a step up in multimedia devices.
Congratulations on your choice!
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Package Contents

· pandigital novel
· Power Adapter
· Tabletop Stand
· USB Cable
· Quick Start Guide
· User Guide (loaded in device)


Covers for your pandigital novel
Dress up your pandigital novel and keep it safe at the same time.
Designed for protection, these stylish covers safeguard your eReader while still letting
you read, surf and play.
Available in multiple colors. Sold separately where pandigital novels are
sold, or on our website: www.pandigital.net.

Portfolio Case


Gel Cover

Read a good book,
and look good doing it.

with
magnetic
closure
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Devi ce Overvi ew





























Power Button Usage

Turn On: Slide the power button on and release.
Turn Off: Slide and hold the power button for 3 seconds.
Sleep Mode On/Off (energy saver): Slide & release the power button quickly to turn
sleep mode on and off. When in sleep mode, the Wi-Fi disconnects from the
local network, but will automatically reconnect when out of sleep mode (may
take up to 30 seconds to reconnect).

Mini USB
2 in 1 card slot Reset Power button
Earphone jack Speaker holes
Volume
button
Light
sensor
DC
jack
4.2”
5.6”
7.5” 5.6”
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Touch-Screen Navi gati on
The touch-screen allows for quick, easy and convenient navigation for all applications.
Throughout the User Guide, you are instructed to use the following tap or touch
navigation methods:
Selecting Items - Tap: quick tap & release on an item on the screen

Your pandigital novel uses a “resistive touch” screen which
responds best to a hard pointed object or the tip of your fingernail, as opposed
to a tap of the soft skin of an outstretched fingertip. Curl your finger over so
that the tip of your fingernail is used.

The fingernail's hard, curved surface contacts the screen at one small point.
Therefore, much less finger pressure is needed, much greater precision is
possible (approaching that of a stylus, with a little experience), much less skin
oil is smeared onto the screen, and the fingernail can be silently moved across
the screen with very little resistance.


+ The smaller the point that comes in contact with the screen, the more
precise object selection can be. If you do not have long enough finger nails
to be used for precise tapping, we recommend using a stylus or non-sharp
pointed instrument to increase the precision of navigation.

Launch Application Quick Launch Bar – Finger slide upward (using your finger
nail) from the bottom of the screen to display the Appl i c at i on Qui c k Launc h Bar .

Reader Functions
Turn Pages - Finger slide = touch & slide your finger across the screen (at least
1/6 of the page, approx 100 pixels), and then release.
Dictionary, Notes - Touch & hold = touch and hold in place approx 2 seconds
until you hear an audible cue, and then release to display the option window;
select Dictionary or Add Note.
Highlight text - Touch, hold & slide = touch & hold on a word approx 2
seconds until you hear an audible cue, and then continue to press as you slide
across the text, and then release to display the option window; tap Highlight.
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Display Reader Function Menu = tap in the top row of the screen to display the
Reader Func t i on Menu at the top of the screen.

Keyboard Functions
Multi-language characters – Touch & hold = touch & hold on a key to display
alternative characters. For example, touch and hold the “a” to display “à á â ã ä å
æ”, or “e” to display “è é ê ë”, etc..


Getti ng Started
+ NOTE: If you tap an application icon or function button multiple times without
waiting for the process to finish, a message may appear stating the application is
busy now. Select Force close to stop the process, or select Wait to allow the
process to finish.

1. Charge your device
Plug the power adapter into an electrical wall outlet, and then connect to your
device to fully charge the battery before use (approx. 4 hours).
+ The battery does not charge via the USB cable.
While charging, the battery icon displays as: . When fully charged, the
battery icon displays as: .
+ You can use the device while the battery is charging.

2. Turn device on
Slide the power button and release to turn on. Wait until the HOME screen is
displayed.

3. Set Date & Time

IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the
Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
O Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
O Tap in the Time Zone field to select the time zone for your location. If
necessary, tap in the Date and Time fields to change the date and time.
O Select your desired time format:
12HR = 12:00am-12:00pm (default)
24HR = 12:00-24:00
O Tap Save.
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Home Screen



O Status of:
Wi-Fi connection
Battery charge level
Alarms
Date & Time
O Bookstore row: Tap Update
to populate with media from
Barnes & Noble (scrollable
horizontally). Tap on any
media to display description,
synopsis and Buy options.
O Tap Bookstore to launch
web browser and go to
Barnes & Noble’s website.
O Indicates last B&N
bookstore update.
O Sync with your Barnes &
Noble account to get the
newest issues of active
subscriptions.
O My Library:

Row 1 displays your recently viewed media (non-scrollable).
Row 2 displays media in your device (scrollable horizontally). The most recent
downloaded media displays in the first position. If desired, tap Title to sort by media
title, or Author to sort by author’s first name.
Tap My Library for quick access to your My Li br ar y screen.
O Tap on any media icon in the My Li br ar y rows to open and display the media in the
Reader .
O Application Quick Launch Bar (scrollable horizontally). Tap application icon to
launch an application.
O Tap to hide the Appl i c at i on Qui c k Launc h Bar . Finger slide upward (using your
fingernail) from the bottom of the screen to re-open.

+ Dates on eMagazines and eNewspapers indicate publication issue date.
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Appl i cati on Qui ck Launch Bar


Home Displays the Home screen

Reader Display your digital media for reading (PDF, EPUB)

My Library
Stores your digital media (eBooks, eMagazines and
eNewspapers)

Web Access the Internet and ‘surf the web’ whenever desired

Settings
Multiple settings for personalizing and enhancing your
device

Music Play and manage audio files (MP3, WAV, AAC, OGG)

Videos Play and manage video files (MPEG4)

Photos
View and manage photo files (JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG,
non-animated GIF)

Email Send/Receive email using your existing email addresses

Shop B&N Shop the Barnes & Noble website

Alarm Use as alarm clock with scheduled alarms

Calendar Display monthly calendar and schedule events

Search
Search for specific strings of text in media file names or
eBook titles in Bookstore

Stocks Check the status of specific company’s stock offerings

Facebook Quick access to the FACEBOOK website

Contacts Create a list of personal contacts

Weather Check the weather forecasts of locations of your choice

Games Play pre-loaded games for entertainment

Import SD Import media files into the internal memory

Adobe® eBooks
Read and manage eBooks copied from Adobe Digital
Editions (ADE)

Dictionary Quick access to the built-in dictionary.

Upgrade
Download firmware from our website to upgrade your
device
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Set Up Wi -Fi Network
Since many features require a Wi-Fi connection, we recommend you set up your
Wi-Fi network now.
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap Network.
2. Turn Wi-Fi on by tapping the Wi-Fi is off/Turn on Wi-Fi.
3. The device automatically scans and list all local Wi-Fi Networks found. A
indicates secure networks that require login name/password to connect.
4. Tap the desired network to which you want to connect, ¬ enter the Network
Password if applicable.
5. Tap to close the Set t i ngs screen.

+ If your Wi-Fi network is set as hidden, it won’t be found by the auto scan. Tap
Other and then enter the network name and key, ¬ tap Save.
+ (Advanced): After saving the Wi-Fi network, you can change your network
settings by selecting Manual Setup, and then follow the prompts.
+ The Wi-Fi icon on the top of screens indicates the status as follows:
= Connected = Not connected, Wi-Fi turned ON
= Not connected and Wi-Fi turned OFF (power saver)
+ When the device goes into sleep mode, the Wi-Fi disconnects from the
local network, but will automatically reconnect when out of sleep mode
(may take up to 30 seconds to reconnect).

Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot
If you are connecting via a public Wi-Fi hotspot, it may be necessary to
immediately launch the browser and provide the hotspot login information prior to
having an active internet connection.
1. Follow steps 1-5 above to select the hotspot Wi-Fi network.
2. Select Web from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
3. Enter the login information as required by the hotspot.


Reset Devi ce

If the Android Operating system hangs, you can simply reset the device by inserting a
paper clip into the reset hole at the top of the device.
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Overvi ew of Buyi ng & Downl oadi ng Books to Device






Connect to Wi-Fi network through Set t i ngs >Network.
The first time, select I have a B&N
account to enter your existing Barnes &
Noble account login information (email
& password). The login information is
saved for future logins. If you have not
yet registered with Barnes & Noble,
select “Sign up for an account” to
register a new account now.
On HOME screen, tap Book st or e
or Shop B& N on Application Quick
Launch Bar. Browser displays
Barnes & Noble website.
Tap on book cover in
Book st or e row on HOME
screen. Select BUY NOW or
Get Free Sample.
Shop and purchase eBooks,
eMagazines, eNewspapers, or get
free samples.
Media is added to your Barnes & Noble online download Library.
In your pandigital novel, go to My Li br ar y >Get Books.
Provide required B&N account Login information and then tap Login.
Wait for list of downloadable media (wait time depends on number of items in
your account).
Tap Download All, or select desired media to download and then tap
Download Selected.
OR
Go to My Li br ar y, tap on a media cover to open in the Reader .
On HOME screen, tap Update to populate the Book st or e row.
Confirm your purchase, and then
enter your existing Barnes & Noble
account login information (email &
password) or create a new account.

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Barnes & Nobl e BOOKSTORE

The top Bookstore row on the Home screen displays Barnes & Noble’s current
bestselling and newest released eBooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers. This
eMedia can be purchased directly from the Barnes & Noble online bookstore directly
through your pandigital novel.

IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the Date
and Time must be set correctly according to your location.

+ You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network in order to use the Barnes & Noble
Bookstore feature.
+ The first time you turn your pandigital novel on, the Bookstore row is
empty. Tap Update to sync with the Barnes & Noble website.
+ The first time you access the Barnes & Noble bookstore, you are prompted for
your Barnes & Noble login information. Subsequent instances may still require
your Barnes & Noble password.
CAUTION: If you want to switch to a different Barnes & Noble account, you can
enter the new account login information when prompted. However, be advised that
if you switch accounts, a factory reset occurs which deletes all your personal data
(see Reset Defaults, pg. 41). When prompted for the factory reset, tap No to keep
the currently saved Barnes & Noble account.






Tap on any book cover in the Book st or e row to display that book’s descriptive
information and synopsis (example below).
Tap to display newly released books Display eMagazines or eNewspapers

Tap Bookstore to
launch the browser
and display the
Barnes & Noble
website.
Tap to update
top row from
Barnes & Noble
website.
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Tap on any Magazine or Newspaper cover in the Book st or e row to display that
media’s descriptive information and synopsis (example below).


If you want full details about media, including Editorial and Customer Reviews, use
the Shop B&N feature to shop on the Barnes & Noble website (pg. 20). After
purchasing, use the Get Books feature to download them from your Barnes & Noble
online account into your pandigital novel (pg. 21).
Tap Buy Current Issue to
purchase only the current
issue
Tap to read reviews
Tap Subscribe Now
to order a monthly
subscription
Tap BUY NOW to purchase
immediately
Tap to read reviews
When offered,
download sample
before purchasing
if desired
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Purchase an eBook
1. In the Home screen, to be sure you are viewing the most current media on
the Barnes & Noble website tap Update above the Book st or e row.
2. Tap on any book cover to display the book details, including pricing, sample
availability, and a synopsis.
3. Tap BUY NOW.
4. Tap OK in the confirmation screen; the book is added to your Barnes & Noble
online account.
5. Use the Get Books feature to download them from your Barnes & Noble
account into your pandigital novel (pg. 21).
6. Tap on the book cover in your My Li br ar y to open it in the Reader.
+ Most books contain a Table of Contents with active chapter links, allowing
you to simply tap the desired chapter/page that you want to view. However,
Free Sample books do not have active links; use the Go To feature in the
Reader to jump to a desired page in a sample book.

Purchase an eMagazine or eNewspaper
1. In the Home screen, to be sure you are viewing the most current media on
the Barnes & Noble website tap Update above the Book st or e row.
2. If desired, tap eMagazines or eNewspapers to display only that media.
3. Tap on any publication cover to display the publication’s details, including
pricing, sample availability, and a synopsis.
4. Tap Subscribe Now to order a monthly subscription.
OR
Tap Buy Current Issue to purchase only the displayed issue.
5. Tap OK in the confirmation screen; the publication is added to your Barnes &
Noble online account.
6. Use the Get Books feature to download the publications from your Barnes &
Noble online account into your pandigital novel (pg. 21).
7. Tap on the publication cover in your My Li br ar y to open it in the Reader.
+ Sections of eMagazines and eNewspapers that contain linked topic headings
are highlighted gray; tap on the topic heading to jump to the associated page.
You can also use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a desired page.

Get FREE Sample
Some, but not all, books offer a downloadable sampling for you to read before
purchasing the book.
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1. Tap on any book in the Book st or e row in the Home screen to display the
book details, including pricing, sample availability, and a synopsis.
2. If available, tap the Get Free Sample button to add the sample to your Barnes
& Noble online account.
3. Use the Get Books feature to download the samples from your Barnes &
Noble account into your pandigital novel (pg. 21).
4. Tap on the book cover in your My Li br ar y to open it in the Reader.
+ Free sample books do not contain a Table of Contents with active chapter
links. Use the Go To feature to jump to the chapter/page that you want to
view.

Buy Sample Books
**Will be available in future firmware updates**
You can quickly and easily buy the full version of a sample book that you’ve
downloaded into My Li br ar y.
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Lend/Return.
2. In the pop-up window, tap Buy Sample Books.
3. Tap next to the sample book you want to buy, ¬ tap Buy Now.
The sample book is removed from My Li br ar y.
Use the Get Books feature to download your purchased book (pg. 21).

Subscriptions
The second row of My Li br ar y on the Home screen displays your downloaded
media. If you have purchased subscription eMagazine or eNewspapers, you
should perform regular subscription updates to ensure you have the most current
issues.
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the
Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
1. In the Home screen, tap Subscriptions at the top of the My Li br ar y row.
2. First time connections require your Barnes & Noble login information.
3. Please wait, syncing with your Barnes & Noble account could take several
minutes depending on how many downloadable items are in your download
library.
+ If you want to set a time for automatic daily checks, see Settings>
Subscriptions on page 40.
+ To help speed up your future updates, after downloading your media you can
log into your Barnes & Noble online account and move the downloaded items
into your Archive folder.
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SHOP B&N


IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the Date
and Time must be set correctly according to your location.

Select Shop B&N from the Application Quick Launch Bar to log onto the Barnes &
Noble website.
Shopping directly on the Barnes & Noble website allows you to view full details
about a book, including Editorial and Customer Reviews, along with the synopsis.

Downloading Purchased Media
After purchasing books, use the Get Books feature to download them from your
Barnes & Noble online account into your pandigital novel (pg. 21).


MY LI BRARY


Select My Library from the Application Quick Launch Bar to display the main Li br ar y
bookshelf screen and manage your downloaded media.
O Reader Function Menu
O Row 1 displays your recently viewed media (non-scrollable).
O Rows 2-4 media stored in device (scrollable horizontally).
The most recent downloaded media displays in the first position. To change sort
order, tap Title or Author (by first name).
O Check for newest issues of active eMagazine or eNewspaper subscriptions.
O Quick jump to other bookshelves. (Use Bookshelves function to create new
bookshelves.)
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+ Dates on eMagazines and eNewspapers indicate publication issue date.
+ To access Adobe books, use the Adobe® eBooks application from the
Appl i c at i on Qui c k Launc h Bar (pg. 60).

Get Books


Use the Get Book s feature to download the downloadable eBooks, eMagazines
and eNewspapers from your Barnes & Noble online account into your
pandigital novel.
You must have an online account with Barnes & Noble, and already purchased
media or requested free book samples.
If you have not yet registered an account with Barnes & Noble, do so now by
going to their website: www.bn.com.
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the
Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
06/26/10 06/01/10 05/01/10
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Sort rows 2-4 by
download Date,
Title or Author

Simply tap on any
media icon to open
and display in the
Reader

O

Finger slide upward from the bottom of the screen (with your fingernail)
to display the Appl i c at i on Qui c k Launc h Bar
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+ eBooks downloaded from Barnes & Noble to a Macintosh computer are saved
in an unsupported .pdb format. If you copy the .pdb formatted eBooks into
your pandigital novel, they will not be recognized. You should
always use Get Books to download eBooks directly from your Barnes & Noble
download library into your pandigital novel. Music, Video and
Photo files can be copied from a Macintosh computer into your
pandigital novel as long as they are in a supported file format.

1. Make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network.
2. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Get Books.
3. The first time, you are prompted for your Barnes & Noble login information.
CAUTION: Later if you want to switch to a different Barnes & Noble account,
you can enter the new account login information when prompted. However,
be advised that if you switch accounts, a factory reset occurs which deletes
all your personal data (see Reset Defaults, pg. 41). When prompted for the
factory reset, tap No to keep the currently saved Barnes & Noble account.
4. Wait for the list of your downloadable media to be displayed, which could take
up to a minute depending on how many items are in your account.
+ Only the current downloadable media appears in the list. Media is not
listed if:
- it has already been downloaded
- it’s lent, loan pending, or in return status
- a pre-ordered book
- or Barnes & Noble has not released it as downloadable yet (which can
take up to 60 minutes from the time you purchased online).
If desired, you can go online to check your download library to be sure
your media is in your download library.
5. To download specific items, tap next to the items you want to download
now, ¬ tap Download Selected.
To download all purchased media, tap Download All.
The media is downloaded and added to your My Li br ar y.
6. Tap to close the window.
+ If your download takes longer than 10 minutes, to save power the screen
goes black, but the device does not go into sleep mode and your download
continues until complete.
+ If you import eBooks, the first time you open them you are presented with an
‘unlock’ message. Enter the credit card name/number that was used to
purchase the book.



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Manage Books


Use this feature to delete media from your My Li br ar y bookshelf.
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Manage Books to display a complete list of all
media you have added to your My Li br ar y bookshelf.
2. Media is sorted by download date, last downloaded is in position #1 in row #2.
If desired, tap Title or Author to re-sort your media accordingly.
3. Tap next to the media you want to delete, ¬ tap Delete Selected.

Lend/Return Books


There are some books that Barnes & Noble classifies as “lendable”, which
means that those books can be loaned to others who also have a Barnes &
Noble account.
+ You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network before you can use the
Lend/Return Books function.
+ A number appearing with the Lend/Return icon
indicates new activity within this feature.

+ After launching the Lend/Return feature, a pop-up window appears with
lend/return options. The number behind Return books indicates books that
need to be returned. The number behind Check for offers indicates new offers
pending.

Please be aware of the following considerations before loaning or borrowing any
books:
· To loan a book, the recipient must have a Barnes & Noble account with a
registered credit card number.
· To download a borrowed book, you must have a credit card number
assigned to your Barnes & Noble account.
· To unlock and open a borrowed book, the recipient may be required to
provide the default credit card name and number that is registered with
their Barnes & Noble account.
· The book can only be loaned for 14 days.
· Only one copy of a book can be read at a time. Therefore, the lender won’t
have access to the book until after it has been returned from the recipient.

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Loan a Book
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Lend/Return.
2. Tap Lend books in the pop-up window.
3. Tap next to a book that you want to lend, ¬ tap Lend.
4. Tap in the email address entry field to enter the email address of your
recipient.
5. Tap in the message window to enter a personal message to accompany
the media.
6. Tap Lend Book.
Once you send a loan offer the book is no longer available until the recipient
returns the book or rejects the offer. You can use Get Books to download the
book when the book becomes downloadable again in the future.

Check for Offers
Use this function to check for book loan offers made to you.
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Lend/Return.
2. Tap Check for offers in the pop-up window.
3. Tap next to the offers you want to accept or decline, tap ¬ Accept
or Decline accordingly.
+ Declined books are permanently removed from the Book Of f er s screen.

Opening Borrowed Books
After accepting a book offer, use the Get Books feature to download the
loaned book to your My Li br ar y bookshelf (pg. 21).
To unlock and open the book for the first time, you must provide the default
credit card name and number that is registered with your Barnes & Noble
account.

Return/Buy Borrowed Books
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Lend/Return.
2. In the pop-up window, tap Return/Buy borrowed books.
3. Tap next to a borrowed book, ¬ tap Return or Buy Now as desired.
Returned books: Status is changed to “Returned” but remains available for
purchase later.
Purchased books: The borrowed book is removed from My Li br ar y. Use
the Get Books feature to download your purchased book (pg. 21).

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Bookshelves


Use Bookshelves to create and manage personalized bookshelves into which
you want to save your downloaded media (i.e., Short Stories, Drama, etc.).
+ The number of books within a bookshelf is displayed in the right column.

Add New Bookshelf
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Bookshelves.
2. Tap Add Shelf.
3. Enter the desired bookshelf name (i.e., Short Stories, Drama, etc.).
4. Tap to create the new bookshelf. (Use Manage Bookshelf to add
media to the new bookshelf.)

Display Shelf
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Bookshelves.
2. Tap next to the bookshelf you want to display, ¬ tap Display Shelf.
3. The screen’s layout resembles the My Li br ar y screen, with your last
read media in the top row and other downloaded media in rows 2-4.
4. Media is sorted by date; if desired, tap Title or Author to re-sort your
media accordingly.

Manage Bookshelf
Use Manage Bookshelf to add to and remove media from bookshelves.
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Bookshelves.
2. Tap next to the bookshelf you want to add or remove media, ¬ tap
Manage Bookshelf.
3. Media is sorted by date; if desired, tap Title or Author to re-sort your
media accordingly.
4. Tap next to the media you want to add to the bookshelf, or tap to
delete from the bookshelf.
5. Tap Save to update your bookshelf.

Quick Open another Bookshelf
Tap the bookshelf name in the upper right of any bookshelf screen to display
the list of all bookshelves, ¬ tap the desired bookshelf to open.

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Delete Shelf
1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Bookshelves.
2. Tap next to the bookshelf you want to delete.
3. Tap Delete.

Check Subscriptions


You can check for newest issues of active eMagazine or eNewspaper
subscriptions whenever desired.
To get non-active subscriptions and purchased single issues, use the Get Books
feature (pg. 21).
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the
Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
+ You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network before you can perform the Check
Subscriptions function.
+ If you want to set a time for automatic daily checks, see Settings>
Subscriptions on page 40.

1. In the My Li br ar y screen, tap Check Subscriptions.
2. Please wait…syncing with your Barnes & Noble account could take several
minutes depending on how many downloadable items are in your download
library.
3. New releases and updates are reflected in row 2 on My Li br ar y screen.
+ To help speed up your future updates, after downloading your media you can
log into your Barnes & Noble online account and move the downloaded items
into your Archive folder.


READER


The Reader application is for displaying your digital media (eBooks, eMagazines,
and eNewspapers).
+ Digital media supported formats: PDF, EPUB

Methods that can be used to launch the Reader:
· Select Reader from the Application Quick Launch Bar; the last read media file
opens.
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· Tap on a media icon in the Home or any Book shel f screen.
+ Most books contain a Table of Contents with active chapter links, allowing you to
simply tap the desired chapter/page that you want to view. However, Free Sample
books do not have active links; use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a
desired page in a sample book.
+ Sections of eMagazines and eNewspapers that contain linked topic headings are
highlighted gray; tap on the topic heading to jump to the associated page. You can
also use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a desired page.





+ To highlight text, touch & hold until you hear the audible cue, and then slide your
finger across the text you want to highlight, release and select Highlight from the
Reader Options window.
+ To add a Note or access the Dictionary, touch & hold for the audible cue, release,
and then select Add Note or Dictionary from the Reader Options window.
+ Slide & release the power button quickly to turn sleep mode on and off. When in
sleep mode, the Wi-Fi disconnects from the local network, but will
automatically reconnect when out of sleep mode (may take up to 30 seconds
to reconnect).

Tap corner to bookmark
and un-bookmark page
(when Function Menu is
not displayed).
Reader Func t i on Menu
appears at the top of the
screen for 3 seconds and
then auto hides.
Tap in the top row of the
screen to re-display it.

Finger slide upward from the bottom of the
screen to display the Application Quick Launch Bar.
Tap anywhere on screen to close again.

Finger slide right-to-left
for next page.
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Play Music in Background while Reading
You can play music in the background as you read media files.
1. Tap Music in the Application Quick Launch Bar, and then select the desired
audio files to play.
2. Tap to minimize the Musi c Pl ay screen; the music continues to play as
background music.
3. Open the desired media file in the Reader.
4. To pause or stop the music, select Music again from the Application Quick
Launch Bar.

Reader Function Menu
In the Reader application, the Reader Function Menu is displayed at the top of
the screen for 3 seconds, and then auto hides.

To re-display the Reader Function Menu, tap on the top of the screen (except in
top right corner).

My Library


To access My Li br ar y bookshelf while viewing a media page, display the
Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap My Library.

Contents


Display the Tabl e of Cont ent s of the currently open media file, allowing you to
quickly display a desired chapter/page.
1. While viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap
Contents.
2. The Tabl e of Cont ent s is displayed; tap on a chapter/page to display it.

Bookmarks/Notes/Highlights


When desired, you can bookmark pages, add notes to pages, and highlight text
on pages, and then later quickly return to those pages.
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Bookmarks
1. To bookmark a page, tap the upper right corner of the page. A
symbol is displayed, indicating the page has been bookmarked.
2. To display the list of all bookmarks you have created in the media you
are currently viewing, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap
Bookmarks.
3. To return to a bookmarked page, tap next to desired bookmark,
¬ tap View.
4. To delete bookmarks, tap on while displaying a bookmarked page,
or while in the Book mar k s screen, tap next to the desired
bookmark, ¬ tap Delete Selected.
Notes
As you read your media, you can quickly and easily make notes on pages
for reference later.
Add Note
1. On a page, touch & hold on any word or touch, hold & slide across
multiple words to open the Reader options pop-up window.
2. Tap Add Note. The Notes dialog window opens and the selected word(s)
are in the note entry area.
3. Tap into the note entry area to enter additional text, ¬ tap Save.
4. The word related to the note is highlighted blue.
View Notes
1. To display a list of all notes you have added to a media file, display the
Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks.
2. Tap Notes.
3. Tap next to the notes you want to view, ¬ tap View.
4. The Not es dialog box displays the first note you selected.
5. To scroll through selected notes, tap .
6. To jump to the page associated with a note, tap View Page.
7. To delete the currently viewed note, tap Delete.
Delete Multiple Notes
1. Display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks.
2. Tap Notes.
3. Tap next to the notes you want to delete, ¬ tap Delete Selected.

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Highlights
As you read your media, you may want to highlight points of interest for later
reference.
Create Highlights
1. On a page, touch, hold & slide your finger across the text that you want
to highlight.
2. The Reader options pop-up window appears.
3. Tap Highlight; your text is highlighted yellow (normal view) or orange
(night read).
View Highlights
1. To display the list of all highlights you have created in the media you are
currently viewing, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap
Bookmarks.
2. Tap Highlights.
3. Tap next to the highlights you want to view, ¬ tap View.
4. To scroll through the selected highlights, tap .
5. To jump to the page associated with a highlight, tap View Page.
6. To delete the currently viewed highlight, tap Delete.
Hide all Highlights
1. To turn all highlights off in the currently open media file, display the
Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks.
2. Tap Highlights.
3. Tap Highlights Off.
Delete Highlights
1. Display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks.
2. Tap Highlights.
3. Tap next to the highlights you want to delete, ¬ tap Delete Selected.

Go To


Use the Go To function for quick access to the Table of Contents, a particular
page, chapter, or string of text (word or phrase) within the document you are
viewing.

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Display Table of Contents
1. While viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu,
¬ tap Go To.
2. Tap Contents to display the Table of Contents.

Jump to Page
1. While viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu,
¬ tap Go To.
2. Tap Page.
3. Enter the page or chapter number you want to view, ¬ tap GO.

Search for Specific Text
1. While viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu,
¬ tap Go To.
2. Enter the desired text, tap Word, ¬ tap GO.
3. All instances of the found text are highlighted throughout the document.
4. You can scroll through the pages for all highlighted text, ¬ tap Cancel
Find to return to the original page you were viewing.
OR
You can touch any of the highlighted text to automatically cancel the
find mode, and then that page becomes the current page.

Last Read
After performing searches, you can quickly return to the last page you were
reading.
1. Tap top area of screen to display the top menu, ¬ tap Go To.
2. Tap Last Read.

Font Size


For optimal viewing, you can adjust the size of the onscreen text by changing the
Font Size.
1. While viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap
Font Size.
2. Tap the desired font size from the available list.



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Night Read


Night Read switches the background to black with white text, allowing you to
view media without emitting as much light as the normal view mode.



1. While viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap
Night Read.
2. To switch back to normal view mode, tap Day Read.
+ The “read mode” is remembered for each media file that you have read. For
example, if you change to Night Read while reading a book, the mode is
saved and is in effect when you re-open the same book. However, if you open
a different book, the default “Day Read” mode is in effect until you change to
Night Read.

Screen Orientation - Lock


For optimal viewing while reading, the orientation of the screen automatically
rotates from vertical to horizontal depending on how you hold your device.
When desired, you can lock the screen in the desired orientation to prevent the
auto-rotation (in Reader only).
To lock, while viewing a media page, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap
Lock. To unlock, display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬ tap Unlock.


ACCESS MEDI A ON SD CARD

If desired, you can access your media directly on a SD card without importing the
media into the internal memory.
+ Macintosh users must format SD cards using the FAT32 option in order for your
pandigital novel to read the card.
1. Insert your SD card into your device.
2. Your device automatically scans the SD card to find digital printed media files
(eBooks, eMagazines, and eNewspapers).
3. If appropriate files are found, the My Li br ar y screen displays the additional media
icons.
4. Tap on the desired media icon to launch the Reader application.
Normal view mode is white
background with black text.
Night Read view mode is black
background with white text.
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WEB


Use the Web feature to access the Internet and ‘surf the web’ and visit your favorite
web sites.
+ The Web feature requires a connection to a Wi-Fi network. If you have not set up
your Wi-Fi network, do so now using the instructions on page 39.
+ While viewing the browser, you can turn your device to rotate the orientation of the
screen from vertical to horizontal.
+ Some websites have videos that use flash and the pandigital novel
does not support flash video.

Go to a Web Site
1. Select Web from the Application Quick Launch Bar to launch the internet
browser.


2. Tap in the top URL entry field; the keypad appears so you can enter the
desired web site address.
3. Tap Go to go to the web site address.
4. Finger slide vertically to scroll the web page.

Tap to Bookmark webpage
Finger slide to display zoom
magnifiers (on websites not
designed for mobile devices)
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ZOOM Web Page
Some websites have been designed specifically for electronic mobile devices,
such as your pandigital novel. These types of websites automatically
fit to screen when they are displayed. To set the desired zoom for websites
designed for mobile devices, use the browser Menu2>Settings>Default zoom.
To zoom standard web sites, finger slide on the screen to display the magnifiers
in the lower right corner. Or you can double-tap on a section you want to view
larger, and then single-tap an area on a page to view the center of that area. You
can navigate around the web page by single-tapping on the section you are
currently viewing.
To un-zoom, double-tap anywhere on the screen.

Browser Menu
In the browser screen, tap Menu to display the Opt i ons Menu. Tap Menu again
to hide the Opt i ons Menu.

Menu page 1:

Back
Displays previously displayed web page

Forward
Returns to web page that was displayed before tapping Back to
display the previous web page.

Stop
Stop loading the web page currently being loaded. (This changes
to Refresh when page is completely loaded.)

Refresh
Refreshes the screen by re-loading the current web page.

Bookmarks
Bookmark currently displayed web page, access list of all
bookmarks, or delete bookmarks

Windows
List of open browser windows
You can have up to 8 browser windows open at a time

Find on page
Search for string of text on the current web page

More
Displays Menu page 2
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Menu page 2:

Back
Displays previously displayed web page

Forward
Returns to web page that was displayed before tapping Back to
display the previous web page.

Select text
Select text on the current web page and paste into browser entry
fields (i.e., URL address field, form fields)

Settings
Set multiple browser settings, including:
· Page Content
· Privacy
· Security
· Advanced

More
Returns to Menu page 1


Bookmarks


You can bookmark web pages that you visit and want quick access to later.

Bookmark a Web Page
1. In an open browser window, tap in upper left corner.
OR
In an open browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks, ¬ tap Add
Boomark.
2. If you want to rename the bookmark, tap in the Name field and enter the
desired name.
3. Tap Save.

Go to Bookmarked Web Page
1. On the browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks.
2. In the Book mar k s window, tap on the desired web page.
3. The browser opens the selected web page.

Delete Web Page Bookmarks
1. On the browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Bookmarks.
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2. In the Book mar k s, tap next to the bookmarks you want to delete,
¬ tap Delete Selected.
3. Tap to close the window and return to the web page.

Browser Windows


Up to the last 8 websites you have visited are cached and listed in the Wi ndow s
screen allowing you to quickly return to them.
Open New Window
1. In an open browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Window.
2. Tap New Window and then enter the new web site address.
3. Tap in the top URL entry field to enter the desired web site address.

Switch Windows
1. In an open browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Windows.
2. Tap on the window you want to view.
Close Windows
1. In an open browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Window.
2. Tap at the right of the window you want to close.

Find


You can search for a string of text within the currently displayed web page.
1. On the browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Find.
2. The keypad appears allowing you to enter the desired string of text (word,
phrase, etc.).
3. Tap Done on keypad to initiate the search.
4. All matching text is highlighted. If you want to scroll through multiple matches,
tap or .
5. Tap to close the entry box and resume normal viewing.

Select


You can select the text of a web page address on the web page you’re viewing,
and then you can paste the text into the browser entry field.
1. On the browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Select.
2. Touch, hold & slide your finger across the text you want to copy.
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3. Tap into the URL entry field to bring up the keyboard.
4. Touch and hold in the top URL entry field to bring up the Edi t t ex t options.
5. Tap Paste.
6. Tap Go to go to the new web page.

Browser Settings


You can set browser settings to enhance your Internet browsing.
On the browser window, tap Menu, ¬ tap Settings.

Page Content Settings
Set the following options pertaining to viewing web pages:
· Text size (display text as Tiny, Small, Normal, Large, Huge)
· Default zoom (display page size Far, Medium, Close, especially useful
for websites designed specifically for electronic mobile devices, pg. 34)
· Text encoding (Latin, Unicode, Japanese)
· Open pages in overview (show overview of newly opened pages)
· Block pop-up windows (prevents pop-up windows from automatically
displaying when web pages include them)
· Load images (display images if included on web pages)
· Auto-fit pages (automatically fit the webpage to the screen)
· Landscape-only display (display pages only in the wider, landscape
screen orientation)
· Enable JavaScript (allows JavaScripts to run if included on web page)
· Enable plug-ins
· Open in background (open new window when you select a link on a web
page, rather than replace the current web page)
· Set home page (desired web page to be displayed when browser opens)

Privacy Settings
Set the following options pertaining to your privacy level when viewing web
pages:
· Enable location (allow sites to request access to your location)
· Remember form data (remembers data you entered into forms for later
use)
· Accept cookies (allow websites to save and read “cookie” data from your
device whenever you visit their site)
· Clear cache (delete all cached information from visited web pages)
· Clear history (clears the browser navigation history)
· Clear all cookie data (clears all browser cookies that have been saved)
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· Clear form data (clears all the saved form data)
· Clear location access (clears location access for all websites)

Security Settings
Set the following options pertaining to the security level when logging into
secure web pages:
· Remember passwords (saves your user names and passwords for all
websites that require that information when establishing accounts with
them)
· Show security warning (alerts you of a problem with website’s security)
· Clear passwords (clears all the saved usernames and passwords)

Advanced Settings
Set the following advanced options:
· Website settings (view advanced settings for individual websites)
· Reset to default (clears all browser data and resets to default settings)


SETTINGS


Settings>General
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap General.
2. Tap in the Registered to field to enter your name as the owner of this device.
3. Tap in the Time Zone field to select the correct time zone for your location. If
necessary, tap in the Date and Time fields to set the current date and time.
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account,
the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
4. Select your desired time format:
12HR = 12:00am-12:00pm (default)
24HR = 12:00-24:00
5. Tap in the Language field to select desired language. **Only English available
at this time. Multiple languages will be available with future firmware
updates.**
6. Tap to adjust the screen brightness. When Auto Brightness is
selected, your device senses the light exposure and automatically adjusts the
screen’s brightness accordingly (i.e., in dark environments the screen
automatically brightens).
7. Tap next to Keyboard and System Sounds if you want to turn the keypad
click and system sounds OFF (i.e., end of row ding, warning ding, etc.).

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Settings>Calibrate Touch Screen
If you notice that the touch screen is not responding accurately, you may need to
re-calibrate the touch screen sensors.
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap Calibrate.
2. Tap Calibrate to perform the calibration.
3. When the pop-up windows appear, use a pointed device to accurately tap the
“+” in the designated spots on the screen.
4. If calibration is successful, you can resume normal use. If unsuccessful,
repeat the calibration again.

Settings>Network
In order to connect to the Internet, you must have a Wi-Fi network set up on your
pandigital novel.
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap Network.
2. The device scans and lists all local Wi-Fi Networks found. A indicates
secure networks that require login name/password to connect.
3. Tap the desired network to which you want to connect, ¬ enter the Network
Password if applicable.
4. Tap to close the Set t i ngs screen.
+ If your Wi-Fi network is set as hidden, it won’t be found by the auto scan. Tap
Other and then enter the network name and key, ¬ tap Save.
+ (Advanced): After saving the Wi-Fi network, you can change your network
settings by selecting Manual Setup, and then follow the prompts.

Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot
If you are connecting via a public Wi-Fi hotspot, it may be necessary to
immediately launch the browser and provide the hotspot login information
prior to having an active internet connection.
1. Follow steps 1-5 above to select the hotspot Wi-Fi network.
2. Select Web from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
3. Enter the login information as required by the hotspot.

Turn Wi-Fi Off
There may be times when you want to prevent your device from connecting
to a Wi-Fi network, even if you’ve set the network up on your device.
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On the Sel ec t a Wi -Fi Net w or k screen, tap at the right of Wi-Fi is on.
+ The Wi-Fi icon on the top of screens indicates the status as follows:
= Connected = Not connected, Wi-Fi turned ON
= Not connected and Wi-Fi turned OFF (power saver)

Settings>Subscriptions
You can set times for automatic daily checks for newest issues of active
eMagazine or eNewspaper subscriptions.
+ You can also check your subscriptions manually whenever desired using My
Library> Check Subscriptions (pg.26).

Schedule Automatic Checks
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap
Subscriptions.
2. Tap next to Subscription Auto Check.
3. Tap next to 1
st
check, and then into the time entry field to set the time
for daily checks to be performed.
4. If you want two daily checks, repeat step 3 for 2nd check.
+ Auto check times must be at least 1 hour apart.
+ When the auto check begins,

Settings>Alarm
Refer to Alarm section beginning on page 52.

Settings>Photos
Use these functions to set your Slideshow preferences.
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap Photos.
2. Tap the desired Slideshow Interval to set the speed at which the slideshow
photos transition from one to another (default = 5 seconds).
3. Tap the desired Slideshow Transition to set the special effects as slideshow
photos transition from one to another (default = Random).
4. Tap Enable Music with Slideshow if you want to play background music with
your slideshows (default = On).
5. Tap Display Current Date and Time if you want to display the current time
with your photos during your slideshows (default = On).
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6. Tap desired order in which you want your photos displayed in the Phot o
Gal l er y screen, by Date or by Name.

Settings>Support
Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap Support.
The information listed on the Tec hni c al Suppor t I nf or mat i on screen may be
required if you contact Technical Support.

Settings>Reset Defaults
+ Resetting the defaults changes general settings back to the factory pre-set
defaults (i.e., slideshow preferences).
WARNING! All Barnes & Noble account information will be deleted.
Adobe DRM Activation records will be deleted.
All personal settings will be deleted (i.e., email account, Wi-Fi
network, alarms, etc.)
All emedia (eBooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers) will be
deleted. We recommend that you back up all emedia to your
computer before resetting the defaults.
Note: If you do not backup the emedia you downloaded from
your Barnes & Noble account, you can simply re-download it
after you reset the device.

1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ select Reset
Defaults.
2. Tap Reset.
3. Tap YES to confirm the reset. The device restarts.
4. In the Language screen, tap Save with English selected. (Multiple languages
will be available with future firmware updates.)
5. In the Dat e/Ti me screen, if necessary, tap in the Time Zone, Date, and Time
fields to set the correct time for your location.
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account,
the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
6. Select your desired time format:
12HR = 12:00am-12:00pm (default)
24HR = 12:00-24:00
7. Tap Save.
8. The HOME screen is displayed.

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MUSIC


These audio file formats are supported: MP3, WAV, AAC and OGG

Methods that can be used to add audio files to your Music List:
· Import audio files from an SD card
· Save audio files from email attachments
· Download audio files from online music websites

Play Music
1. Select Music from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. If you have an SD card inserted, a Sel ec t Medi a Sour c e pop-up window
appears. Select the desired media source from which you want to play your
audio files.
3. The Musi c Li st screen is displayed.
4. When Shuffle is off, audio files play in the order listed in the Musi c Li st . To
play audio files in random order, tap Shuffle to turn on ( = on).
5. When Repeat is off, selected audio files play once and then stop. To play
audio files continuously, tap Repeat to turn on ( = on).
6. Tap Artist or Title at the top of the screen to sort songs accordingly.
7. To play all songs listed, tap Play without selecting any songs.
To play one song, tap on the song listing.
To play selected songs, tap next to the desired song files, ¬ tap Play.
8. The Musi c Pl ay screen is displayed.

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Use the control panel to pause/play, play previous/next audio file,
and use the volume control panel to adjust the volume.
+ You can also use the volume buttons on the side of your device to adjust the
volume.
+ To return to the Musi c Li st screen, tap Menu.

Tap to minimize the Musi c Pl ay screen. The music continues to play as
background music for the Reader and photo slideshows if you have selected
Enable Music with Slideshow (pg. 40). To return to the Music application again,
select Music from the Application Quick Launch Bar.

Delete Audio Files
In the Musi c Li st screen, tap next to the desired audio files to delete,
¬ tap Delete Selected.

Playlist
If desired, you can build a separate playlist of selected audio files from your
Music List, allowing you to play the selected list at any time (i.e., your favorites,
specific genre, specific artist, etc.).

Add songs to Playlist
1. In the Musi c Li st screen tap next to the song titles you want to add.
2. Tap Add to Playlist.

Play songs in Playlist
1. In the Musi c Li st screen, tap Playlist.
2. To play all songs listed, tap Play without selecting any songs.
To play one song, tap on the song listing.
To play selected songs, tap next to the desired song files, ¬ tap Play.

Remove songs from Playlist
In the Pl ayl i st screen, tap next to the desired audio files to you want to
remove from the Playlist.
+ Removing audio files from the Playlist does not delete them from the
main Music List.

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Return to Music List
In the Pl ayl i st screen, tap Artist or Title to return to the Musi c Li st screen.


VI DEOS


The video file format supported: MPEG4, 720 * 480 (D1) resolution, H.263 and H.264

Methods that can be used to add videos to the internal memory:
· Import video files from an SD card
· Save video files from email attachments
· Download videos from online video websites

+ While viewing videos, you can turn your device to rotate the orientation of the
screen from vertical to horizontal.

Play Video
1. Select Videos from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. If you have an SD card inserted, a Sel ec t Medi a Sour c e pop-up window
appears; select the desired media source from which you want to play your
video files.
3. The Vi deo Gal l er y screen is displayed.
4. Tap on a video to select it, ¬ tap Play.

Video Navigation Bar
While your video is playing, tap bottom of screen area to display the video
navigation bar.

Use the controls to pause/play, play previous/next video, and adjust the volume.
+ You can also use the volume buttons on the side of your device to adjust the
volume.
The video navigation bar automatically closes after 3 seconds of inactivity.

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Stop Video
Tap the bottom of the screen area to display the video navigation bar, ¬ tap
to stop the video and go back to the Vi deo Gal l er y.

Delete from Video Library
In the Vi deo Gal l er y screen:
1. To delete all videos, tap Select All, and then Delete Selected.
2. To delete selected videos, tap on the desired video files you want to delete,
¬ tap Delete Selected.


PHOTOS


These photo file formats are supported: JPEG, BMP, PNG, and non-animated GIF
The following methods can be used to add photos to the internal memory:
· Import photos from an SD card (pg. 55)
· Save photos files from email attachments
· Download photos from your favorite online photo sharing websites

Photo Gallery
+ While viewing your photos, you can turn your device to rotate the orientation
of the screen from vertical to horizontal.
1. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. If you have an SD card inserted, a Sel ec t Medi a Sour c e pop-up window
appears; select the desired media source from which you want to view your
photos.
3. The Phot o Gal l er y screen is displayed. To view a photo in full-screen, tap on
the desired photos, ¬ tap View.
4. When a photo is displayed in full-screen mode, tap on the screen to display
the Phot o Func t i on Menu at the top of the screen.

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Photo Function Menu Options


Back
Return to Photo Gallery

Zoom
Enlarge the photo up to 4X

Rotate
Rotate photo 90 degrees clockwise; tap multiple times until desired
orientation is achieved. Rotated version is saved.

Dim
Switch the screen brightness from normal brightness to very dim

Previous
Display previous photo listed in Photo Gallery

Next
Display next photo listed in Photo Gallery

Slideshow
Resume slideshow after a pause caused by displaying the Photo
Function Menu

Delete
(Internal Memory Only)
Delete displayed photo

Import
(SD Card only)
Import photo into the internal memory (pg. 47)


Play Slideshow
+ You can set photo slideshow display functions through Settings> Photos
(pg.40).
To play a slideshow of all photos, in the Phot o Gal l er y screen, tap Slideshow.
To play a slideshow of selected photos, tap on each photo you want to include,
¬ tap Slideshow.
When a slideshow begins, the Phot o Func t i on Menu appears at the top of the
screen for 4 seconds, and then disappear. To re-display it during a slideshow,
simply tap anywhere in the upper screen area.

Play Music with Slideshow
If music files are stored on the media source being used for your photo slideshow
(i.e., internal memory, SD card), music automatically plays when you start your
slideshow.
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To disable this function:
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar, ¬ tap Photos.
2. Tap next to Enable Music with Slideshow to disable it.

Set Wallpaper
You can assign any photo from the internal memory or SD card as your display
wallpaper.
1. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. If you have an SD card inserted, tap Internal Memory in the Sel ec t Medi a
Sour c e pop-up window.
3. In the Phot o Gal l er y screen, tap Set Wallpaper.
4. In the Set Wal l paper screen, tap on the desired photo that you want as your
wallpaper.


5. Tap to return to the Phot o Gal l er y screen.

Import Photos


You can import individual photos from your SD card into the internal memory
when desired.
1. Insert your SD card.
2. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
Indicates
selected as
wallpaper
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3. Tap SD Card in the Sel ec t Medi a Sour c e pop-up window.
4. In the Phot o Gal l er y screen, to import all photos, tap Select All ¬ Import
Selected.
OR
To import selected photos, tap on each photo you want to import, ¬ tap
Import Selected.

Delete Photos


You can only delete photos from the internal memory, not from SD cards.
1. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. Tap Internal Memory in the Sel ec t Medi a Sour c e pop-up window.
3. In the Phot o Gal l er y screen, tap on the photo(s) you want to delete, ¬ tap
Delete Selected.


EMAIL


+ POP3, SMTP, IMAP and Exchange accounts are supported.
+ If new email arrives, an email notification symbol appears in the upper left corner
of the screen.

Setup New or Add Accounts
You can enter multiple personal email addresses that you would like to access
through your pandigital novel.
1. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. Tap into the Email address field to launch the keyboard, ¬ enter your email
address.
3. Tap into the Password field and enter your email password.
4. Tap Next.
5. Manual Setup (optional): The server settings are automatically populated
based on your email account provider (i.e., Gmail.com). However, if you need
to change the server settings tap Manual Setup and make necessary
changes (i.e., Yahoo! Plus accounts require manual settings, see below).
6. Tap Save.
+ After setup, if you are unable to connect to a free email account, check with
your email provider to make sure their servers support free accounts on Post
Office Protocol (POP) or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
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Set up Yahoo! Plus Account
+ Your pandigital novel does not support free Juno email
accounts.
Yahoo! Plus accounts must use the following data when setting up your
email account.
Incoming Mail Server Settings
· POP server: plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com
· Use SSL
· Port: 995
Outgoing Mail Server Settings
· SMTP server: plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com
· Use SSL
· Port: 465
· Use Authentication
· Account Name/Login Name: Your Yahoo! Mail ID (your email address
without the “@yahoo.com”, for example “testing80”)
· Email Address: Your Yahoo! Mail address (for example,
testing80@yahoo.com)
· Password: Your Yahoo! Mail password

Set up Juno Platinum or Turbo Account
+ Your pandigital novel does not support free yahoo email
accounts.
Platinum or Turbo Juno accounts must use the following data when setting
up your email account.
Incoming Mail Server Settings
· POP server: pop.juno.comnovel
Outgoing Mail Server Settings
· SMTP server: authsmtp.juno.com
Email Inbox
1. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. If you set up an email account during the initial setup, it is listed in the Emai l
Ac c ount s screen.
+ If you did not set up an email account during the initial setup, or would like to
set up a new account, tap Settings, ¬ tap Add Account.
3. Tap directly on the email account, or tap next to the email account,
¬ tap Inbox.

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Open Email Message
1. In the I nbox screen, tap on an email to open it.
2. Tap Reply to reveal and select the reply options:
· Reply
· Reply all
· Forward
· Save Attachments
+ Attachment files must be of a supported format in order to be saved in
your pandigital novel. Save files into the respective folders
(i.e., photo files into Photos folder, etc.)
3. To display the previous or next email message listed in the Inbox, tap
Previous or Next.
4. If you want to add this message to a folder, tap Folders, ¬ tap the desired
folder name.
5. If you want to delete the message, tap Delete.

Compose New Email Message
1. In the I nbox screen, tap Compose.
2. Tap in the To/CC/BCC entry field and then enter the recipient’s email address.
OR
Tap Add Contacts to select the recipient(s) from your Cont ac t s list.
3. Tap in the Subject entry field to enter your desired subject title.
4. Tap in the message area to enter your personal message.
5. If desired, tap Add Attachment to attach a file.
6. Tap Send when ready to send your email.
7. You can save your message without sending it by tapping Save Draft.
+ To retrieve draft messages, in the Inbox, tap Folders, ¬ tap Drafts.
8. If you do not want to send or save the message, tap Discard.

Add Senders to Contacts
1. If you want to add senders’ email addresses to your Contacts list, tap next
to the desired email messages, ¬ tap Add to Contacts.
2. The email address is saved. If you want to add additional contact information
(i.e., name, phone, address, etc.) to this contact, use the Contacts feature
(pg. 56).

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Folders
To help you keep your email messages organized, your pandigital
novel has default folders, and you can create personalized folders into which
you can move your emails.
1. In the I nbox screen, tap Folders.
2. Enter your desired folder name, ¬ tap .

Move Single Email to Folder
1. In I nbox screen, tap an email to open it.
2. Tap Folders, ¬ tap the desired folder into which you want to move the
email.

Move Multiple Emails to Folder
1. In the I nbox screen, tap next to the desired emails, ¬ tap Folders.
2. In the Fol der s screen, tap the desired folder name into which you want
to move the selected emails.

Edit Email Account Information
1. In the I nbox screen, tap Folders, ¬ tap Account Settings.
2. Tap on the account you want to edit.
3. The server settings are automatically populated based on your email account
provider (i.e., Gmail, yahoo, etc.). However, if necessary, you can make
changes to the server settings as desired.

Delete Email Accounts
+ If you have multiple accounts, and you delete the account designated as the
default account, the next email listed is automatically set as the default.
1. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. On the Emai l Ac c ount s screen, tap Settings.
3. Tap next to the desired accounts to delete, ¬ tap Delete Account.

Set Default Account
One email address must be designated as the default account, so if you have
multiple email accounts you can designate any one as the default.
1. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. On the Emai l Ac c ount s screen, tap Settings.
3. Tap next to the desired account to set as default, ¬ tap Set as Default.
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+ If you delete the account that was designated as the default account, the
next email listed is automatically designated as the default.


ALARM


+ This clock icon displayed at the top of screens indicates that one or more
alarms have been set and are active.
Add Alarm
1. Select Alarm from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. Tap Add Alarm.
3. Tap in the Label entry field to enter the desired descriptive label for the
alert (i.e., Lunch Meeting).
4. Tap in the Time entry field to enter the time.
5. Tap Tone or Music for desired alert sound as follows:
· Tone = default tone
· Music = plays the last song found in the internal memory or on your
SD card.
If you select Music but the there are no audio files in the internal
memory or on your SD card, the default tone is used instead.
6. If you want the alarm to alert repeatedly on specific days, tap above
the desired days.
7. Tap Save.
8. Tap next to the alarm to activate it.
9. Repeat steps 2-8 to set up more alarms.
10. Tap to close the Add Alarm screen.

Set Alarm Volume
+ The alarm volume only affects the default tone alert. If you select Music
the volume is controlled through the Music settings (see pg 42).
In the Al ar m screen, tap to adjust the volume of the tone.

Shut Off Alarm Alert
When a scheduled alarm is activated, a pop-up window with the alarm
information appears.
Tap on the Alarm pop-up window to stop the alert, ¬ tap to close the
alert window.

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Edit Alarm
1. In the Al ar m screen, tap on the alarm you want to edit.
2. In the Edi t Al ar m screen, make desired edits ¬ tap Save.

De-Activate Alarms
You may have instances where you want to temporarily de-activate alarms
rather than delete them.
1. In the Al ar m screen, tap next to the alarm(s) you want to de-activate.
2. Tap to re-activate.

Delete Alarm
1. In the Al ar m screen, tap on the alarm you want to delete.
2. In the Edi t Al ar m screen, tap Delete.


CALENDAR


Select Calendar from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
+ The blue colored date is current date.
+ Dates with a colored triangle in corner have scheduled events.


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Add Event
1. On the Cal endar screen, tap on the date to which you want to add an event.
2. In the Add Event screen, tap in each entry field to enter the desired event
information ¬ tap Save.
3. Tap to return to the Cal endar screen.

Edit Event
1. On the Cal endar screen, tap on the date with the event you want to edit.
2. In the Edi t Event screen, tap in entry fields that you want to change, ¬ tap
Save.
3. Tap to return to the Cal endar screen.

Snooze or Cancel Event Alert
When a scheduled event is activated, a pop-up window with the event
information appears.
Tap Snooze if you want to be reminded again in 10 minutes.
Tap Dismiss to cancel the alert.

Delete Events
Delete Single Event
1. On the Cal endar screen, tap on the date with the event you want to
delete.
2. In the Edi t Event s screen, tap Delete.
3. Tap to return to the Cal endar screen.
Delete Multiple Events
1. On the Cal endar screen, tap Manage Events.
2. Tap next to each event you want to delete ¬ tap Delete Selected.
3. Tap to return to the Cal endar screen.


SEARCH


You can search for text within media file names or text within eBook titles in the
Book st or e row on the HOME screen.
1. Select Search from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
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2. Tap into the search entry field and enter the desired text.
3. Tap Search to search for text within media file names, or tap Bookstore to search
for text within an eBook title.
4. The search results are displayed, sorted according to Bookstore, Books, Photos,
Music, or Videos.
5. Tap on a listed file to access it.


I MPORT SD CARD


You can quickly and easily import all media files of selected media types from your
SD card.
+ Macintosh users must format SD cards using the FAT32 option in order for your
pandigital novel to read the card.

1. Insert your SD card.
2. Open the Application Quick Launch Bar and then select Import SD.
3. In the I mpor t Medi a window, tap All to import all files of all media types, or tap
next to only the desired media type(s).
4. Tap Import.
+ If you import eBooks with eBook cover images, the image file must be named the
same as the eBook files. For example, myebook.pdf, myebook.jpg. File names
should NOT include special characters; otherwise they are not recognized by the
device.
+ The first time you open an imported book, you are presented with an ‘unlock’
message. Enter the credit card name/number that was used to purchase the book.


DI CTI ONARY


The built-in dictionary allows you to quickly and conveniently look up the definition of
words, either within the media you are viewing or any other words.
1. Select Dictionary from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. Tap in the word entry field. As you begin to enter text, matching words appear.
3. Tap the desired word from the matching word list; the definition appears and the
keyboard disappears.
4. Tap New Search to clear the entry field and display the keyboard again.
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STOCKS


Select Stocks from the Application Quick Launch Bar. The browser launches and
displays a popular Finance webpage so you can check the status of stock offerings.


FACEBOOK


Select Facebook from the Application Quick Launch Bar to launch the internet
browser and immediately go to the FACEBOOK login page on their website.


CONTACTS


You can create an address book of your personal contacts, including personal notes
as desired.
Select Contacts from the Application Quick Launch Bar.

Add New Contacts
1. In the Cont ac t s screen, tap Add Contact.
2. In the Add Cont ac t screen, tap in each entry field to enter the contact
information.
3. Tap Save.
+ You can also add contact email addresses directly from received emails
(pg. 50).

Edit Contacts
1. In the Cont ac t s screen, tap on the desired contact name to edit.
2. In the Edi t Cont ac t screen, tap in the entry fields to change or add
information.
3. Tap Save.

Delete Contacts
1. In the Cont ac t s screen, tap the desired contact name to delete.
2. In the Edi t Cont ac t screen, tap Delete.
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WEATHER


Select Weather from the Application Quick Launch Bar. The browser launches and
displays a popular Weather webpage so you can check the weather forecasts of
desired locations.


GAMES


The following pre-loaded games are provided for your entertainment:
· Solitaire
· Link Up

To view the game rules and instructions, launch the desired game, ¬ tap Help.


USER GUIDE

The full pandigital novel User Guide is included as a book in your My
Li br ar y bookshelf. You can view it by tapping on the User Guide book cover.

Once open, you can use the standard Reader functions to search and navigate
through the document in the same manner as your downloaded media files.
The User Guide is also posted on our website: www.pandigital.net/support. Click
the Downloads tab on the Support page.


Connect to Computer
You can connect your pandigital novel to a Windows or Macintosh
computer via a USB cable to copy files between the two devices.
+ Compatible with operating systems: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Mac OSX
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Connect to Windows PC
1. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the pandigital novel
mini USB port, and the larger end to an available USB port on your computer.
2. If a message appears advising you to install a Driver for your device,
simply click Cancel. Example of Windows Vista message:


In Windows Explorer, PD_NOVEL is listed as one of the drives connected to your
computer.
There are 4 pre-assigned folders listed under PD_NOVEL:
· eBooks (PDF, EPUB)
· Photos (JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, non-animated GIF)
· Music (MP3, WAV, AAC, OGG)
· Videos (MPEG4)
3. To copy files into your pandigital novel, select and drag the
desired files into the appropriate pre-assigned folder based on file type.
+ The device only recognizes files that are of a supported format and resides
in the appropriate pre-assigned folder (i.e., photo files must be in Photos
folder, etc.). If you create any other folders or sub folders under the pre-
assigned folders, the files are not recognized.
+ If you want your eBook to use a specific eBook cover image, it must be
named the same as the eBook file and both files must be copied into the
eBooks folder. For example, myebook.pdf, myebook.jpg. File names may
NOT include special characters; otherwise they are not recognized by the
device.
4. To copy files from your pandigital novel into your computer, select
and drag the desired files to any desired location on your computer.

Disconnect from PC
It is important to always perform a safe PC ‘release’ before disconnecting
the USB cable from the pandigital novel and computer.
Click Cancel
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Windows 7
1. On the Windows System Tray, click the hardware removal icon.
2. Click the Eject Removable Disk message corresponding with the
pandigital novel device drive.
3. When the message “Safe to Remove Hardware” appears, you can
disconnect the USB cable from your pandigital novel and
computer.
Windows VISTA
1. On the Windows System Tray, click the hardware removal icon.
2. Click the Safely remove USB mass Storage device message
corresponding with the pandigital novel device drive.
3. When the message “This device can now be safely removed from the
computer” appears, you can disconnect the USB cable from your
pandigital novel and computer.
Windows XP
1. On the Windows System Tray, click the hardware removal icon.
2. Click Remove Hardware Safely.
3. Select the storage device corresponding with the pandigital
novel, and then click Stop to disconnect. A final dialog box opens.
4. Click Close.
5. When the message “It is now Safe to Disconnect Hardware” appears,
you can disconnect the USB cable from your pandigital novel
and computer.

Connect to Macintosh Computer
+ eBooks downloaded from Barnes & Noble to a Macintosh computer are saved
in an unsupported .pdb format. If you copy the .pdb formatted eBooks into
your pandigital novel, they will not be recognized. You should
always use Get Books to download eBooks directly from your Barnes & Noble
download library into your pandigital novel. Music, Video and
Photo files can be copied from a Macintosh computer into your
pandigital novel as long as they are in a supported file format.

1. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the pandigital novel
mini USB port, and the larger end to an available USB port on your computer.
2. Macintosh recognizes the pandigital novel as an external
storage device titled PD_NOVEL.
3. Drag and drop files between the two devices as you normally move files.
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Disconnect from Macintosh
1. To safely disconnect from your Macintosh, select the PD_NOVEL icon on
your desktop and press Command-e to eject the disk.
2. When the icon is no longer on the desktop, it is safe to unplug the USB
cable.


Adobe Di gi tal Edi ti ons

Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) is software for viewing and managing eBooks and other
digital content. To use ADE, you need a free Adobe account.
You can register an account and download the Installer software at:
http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions

Authorize your pandigital novel for ADE
After you authorize your pandigital novel, it appears as a device
in ADE (titled PD_NOVEL). You can then copy eBooks from your ADE
collection to your pandigital novel and vice versa.
1. Start ADE on your computer.
2. Connect your pandigital novel to your computer using the USB
cable.
3. ADE detects your pandigital novel and displays the Device
Setup Assistant.
4. Click Authorize Device, ¬ click Finished.

Transfer eBooks from ADE into your pandigital novel
1. With your pandigital novel still connected to the computer, drag
and drop the eBooks from the ADE collection into your pandigital
novel device (titled PD_NOVEL).
2. Disconnect the USB cable.

Read Adobe eBooks
1. Select Adobe® eBooks from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. The books you transferred to PD_NOVEL are listed.
3. Tap next to desired eBook, ¬ tap View.
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+ If you already have the Adobe® eBooks application open when you connect
your pandigital novel to the computer, the books you transfer from
ADE do not appear in the list of ADE eBooks after you disconnect from the
computer until you exit the Adobe® eBooks application and then launch it
again.
+ If you attempt to open a book but an error message states the book cannot be
opened, it may be an expired book or the activation record has been erased.
Re-start your pandigital novel and then re-connect to the
computer to re-activate the authorization.
If an Adobe eBook has an expiration date, it will also expire on your
pandigital novel. If an eBook is returned in ADE before it expires, the
next time you connect your pandigital novel to your computer, ADE
updates the status of the returned eBook on your pandigital novel,
and you won’t be able to read it.

Delete Adobe eBooks
1. Select Adobe® eBooks from the Application Quick Launch Bar.
2. Tap next to the eBook(s) you want to delete, ¬ tap Delete.


UPGRADE FI RMWARE


+ Before you perform a firmware upgrade, make sure your pandigital
novel is fully charged or connected to the power adaptor.
+ Personal settings will be deleted during the upgrade process (i.e., B&N login,
email account, Wi-Fi network, alarms, etc.).
+ Firmware upgrades dated after August 6, 2010 retain your eBook annotations (last
read page, bookmarks, highlights and notes) and periodical dates associated with
your downloaded eBooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers. Find your current
firmware version under Settings>Support.

You can use one of the following methods to upgrade your pandigital
novel firmware.

Use the Upgrade Application in your pandigital novel
+ You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network to use this option.

Use this method to quickly and easily upgrade your firmware by using the
Upgrade application in your pandigital novel.
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1. Select Upgrade from the Application Quick Launch Bar. The browser opens
the Downloads page on the Pandigital website.
2. Tap the SD download appropriate for your model.
3. After the upgrade file has been successfully downloaded, turn your device off.
4. Press the Volume + key plus slide the power key on simultaneously for
5 seconds, and then release both.
5. Your device is upgraded and restarts automatically.
6. In the Language setup screen, tap Save with English selected (multiple
languages will be available in future firmware upgrades).
7. In the Dat e/Ti me screen, if necessary, tap in the Time Zone, Date, and Time
fields to set the correct time for your location.
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account,
the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
8. Tap Save.
9. The My Li br ar y is automatically updated and then the HOME screen is
displayed.

Upgrade via PC
+ This option is for Windows PC only at this time.
With this method, you must connect your pandigital novel to a PC
and then run a downloader program which automatically downloads the firmware
to your device.
1. On your computer, go to www.pandigital.net/downloads.
2. Choose the “Upgrade with Your PC” option.
3. When asked to Save or Run, select Run.
4. Follow the prompts in the Upgrader window to download the firmware into
your device.
5. After the download is complete, turn your device off.
6. Press the Volume + key plus slide the power key on simultaneously for
5 seconds, and then release both.
7. Your device is upgraded and restarts automatically.
8. In the Language setup screen, tap Save with English selected (other
languages will be available in future firmware upgrades).
9. In the Dat e/Ti me screen, if necessary, tap in the Time Zone, Date, and Time
fields to set the correct time for your location.
IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account,
the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
10. Tap Save.
11. The HOME screen is displayed.
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Frequentl y Asked Questi ons

BASIC FUNCTIONALITY
Q: Do I have to charge the battery before use?
A: Yes. Charge the battery for at least 4 hours using the power adapter. This
device does not charge via the USB cable.
Q: Is it easy to set up my pandigital novel?
A: Yes! Plug in the device to charge the battery, turn the device on, and wait
for the HOME screen to be displayed. (You can use the device while the
battery is charging.)
Q: My unit seems to be frozen and is un-responsive. What do I do?
A: Reset the device by poking a straightened paper clip into the small reset
hole on the top of your device, and then turn the device back on.
Q: I have attempted to perform a firmware upgrade and consistently fails.
A: a) If the device has a low battery charge, you may not be able to perform a
successful upgrade. Connect the device to the power adapter and then try
again. b) Check the SD card to be sure it contains the proper upgrade file; it
should be [ver#].zip.
Q: How do I contact Customer Support?
A: If this FAQ section doesn’t answer your questions, you can contact
Customer Support at 1-800-715-5354.
BOOKSTORE (Barnes & Noble)
Q: Why can’t I connect to the Barnes & Noble website to update the
Bookstore even though my device is connected to a Wi-Fi network?
A: Check your Date & Time, as they MUST be set correctly for your location in
order to connect with the Barnes & Noble website.
MY LIBRARY
Q: Why can’t I connect to the Barnes & Noble website to update My
Library even though my device is connected to a Wi-Fi network?
A: Check your Date & Time, as they MUST be set correctly for your location in
order to connect with your Barnes & Noble account.
Q: How do I add media to My Library?
A: You can download media from Barnes & Noble, import media from your SD
card, or copy media files from your computer.
Q: Can I create personal bookshelves for organizing my media?
A: Yes. On the My Library screen, tap Bookshelves (pg. 25).
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Q: Do I need an account with Barnes & Noble to download from their site?
A: Yes. You need an account and media in your Barnes & Noble download
library before you can download into your device.
Q: Can I use multiple Barnes & Noble accounts to download to my
device?
A: Yes. The first time you log into one of your accounts, your login information
is saved for convenience with future downloads. However, if you have
multiple B&N accounts, when the login screen appears you can replace the
existing login information with a different ID and Password when desired.
CAUTION: If you want to switch to a different Barnes & Noble account, you
can enter the new account login information when prompted. However, be
advised that if you switch accounts, a factory reset occurs which deletes all
your personal data (see Reset Defaults, pg. 41). When prompted for the
factory reset, tap No to keep the currently saved Barnes & Noble account.
Q: When it’s not visible, how do I display the Application Quick Launch
Bar?
A: Simply finger slide upward (using your fingernail) from the bottom of the
screen.
DIGITAL PRINTED MEDIA (eBooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers)
Q: How do I purchase books from Barnes & Noble?
A: You can tap Shop B&N on the Application Quick Launch Bar, which
launches the Barnes & Noble website. Or you can tap on a book cover in
the Bookstore row on the Home screen, and then select BUY NOW from
the description window that appears.
Q: How do I download books to my pandigital novel after I
purchase them from Barnes & Noble?
A: You can tap Get Books on the My Library screen, and then select the
books you want to download. Or you can tap on a book cover in the My
Library screen, and tap OK to confirm the download.
Q: What types of media files are compatible with my pandigital
novel?
A: PDF, EPUB
Q: How does the Lend/Return Books feature work?
A: You can lend “lendable” books to your friends and family that have been
purchased from Barnes & Noble. Barnes & Noble determines which books
are “lendable”. Use Lend/Return Books function (pg. 23).
Q: Can I receive books from my friends & family?
A: Yes. Refer to the Lend/Return Books function to return books that have
been lent to you (pg. 23).
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Q: Can I loan or borrow books from other brands of eReaders, such as a
Nook?
A: Yes.
Q: How long can I lend or keep a borrowed book?
A: Two (2) weeks.
ADOBE DIGITAL EDITIONS (ADE)
Q: Are Adobe Digital Editions books compatible with the pandigital novel?
A: Yes. Refer to Adobe Digital Editions section (pg. 60).
Q: Does the pandigital novel support ADE eBooks which have DRM on
them?
A: Yes, as long as the eBook is in .epub or .pdf format.
Q: Does the pandigital novel support eBooks borrowed from a public
library using a global distributor such as Overdrive.com?
A: Yes. Download to ADE and then download to device.
READER
Q: Can I view media files in either vertical or horizontal orientation?
A: Yes, digital media (eBooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers) or photos. To
automatically switch viewing orientation, simply turn your device while
viewing these types of media.
Q: Can I change the size of the displayed text?
A: Yes. Tap at the top of the screen to display the Reader Func t i on Menu, ¬
tap Font Size. Tap the desired font size from the drop-down list.
Q: Can I easily jump to a specific page?
A: Yes. Use either Bookmarks (pg. 28) or the Go To function (pg. 30).
Q: Can I play music and read at the same time?
A: Yes. Simple play your music, tap to minimize the Music play screen.
Q: How do I display the Reader Function Menu while reading?
A: Simply tap anywhere in the top screen area.
Q: How do I display the Application Quick Launch Bar while reading?
A: Simply finger slide upward (using your fingernail) from the bottom of the
screen.
Q: How do I bookmark a page?
A: Tap the upper right corner of the page. A symbol is displayed,
indicating the page has been bookmarked (pg. 28).
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Q: Can I highlight text on a page?
A: Yes. On a page, touch, hold & slide your finger across the text that you
want to highlight. Tap Highlight in the Reader options pop-up window that
appears (pg. 30).
Q: Can I add a note to a page?
A: Yes. On a page, touch & hold on a word that is related to the note. Use the
Reader options pop-up window that appears (pg. 29).
Q: Does the Reader have a built-in Dictionary?
A: Yes. On a page, touch & hold on the word you want to look up. Tap
Dictionary in the Reader options pop-up window that appears (pg. 28).
Q: Can I read books stored on my SD card?
A: Yes, however, it’s recommended that you import the book into your
pandigital novel so it is available after you remove the SD card.
Q: Why doesn’t my pandigital novel read my SD card?
A: If you create a SD card using a Macintosh computer, you must use the
FAT32 option when formatting the SD card; otherwise the device will not
read the card.
WEB
Q: Do I need a Wi-Fi adapter to connect to the Internet?
A: No. The Wi-Fi adapter is built-in to your pandigital novel.
Q: Can I have multiple browser windows open at the same time?
A: Yes, up to 8 windows (pg. 36).
Q: Can I change browser settings?
A: Yes. There are multiple settings you can set as desired, including privacy &
security options (pg. 37).
Q: Can I search a web page for specific text?
A: Yes. Use the Find on Page function (pg. 36).
Q: Can I bookmark web pages?
A: Yes. Use the browser Bookmarks function (pg.35).
Q: Why do some websites zoom and others don’t?
A: Some websites have been designed specifically for electronic mobile
devices such as your pandigital novel, and they automatically fit
to screen. To adjust the zoom on these types of websites, use the browser
Menu2>Settings>Default zoom.
Q: Why can’t I view some videos on websites?
A: Some websites have videos that use flash and the pandigital
novel does not support flash video.
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MUSIC
Q: What type of audio files can I play on my pandigital novel?
A: MP3, WAV, AAC, and OGG
Q: How do I add audio files to my pandigital novel?
A: You can download audio files from your favorite online music/video store,
import audio files from your SD card (pg. 55), or copy audio files from your
computer (pg. 57).
Q: Can I create a separate list of my favorite songs?
A: Yes. Use the Playlist feature (pg. 43).
VIDEO
Q: What type of video files can I play on my pandigital novel?
A: MPEG4, 720 * 480 (D1) resolution, H.263 and H.264
Q: How do I add video files to my pandigital novel?
A: You can download video files from your favorite online music/video store,
import video files from your SD card (pg. 55), or copy video files from your
computer (pg. 57).
Q: Can I stream videos on my pandigital novel?
A: No. Only MPEG4, 720 * 480 (D1) resolution, H.263 and H.264 format is
compatible.
Q: Can I play YouTube videos on my pandigital novel?
A: No, these videos use flash which is not compatible with your pandigital
novel.
PHOTOS
Q: What type of photo files can I view on my pandigital novel?
A: JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, non-animated GIF
Q: How do I add photo files to my pandigital novel?
A: You can download photo files from your favorite online photo sharing
websites, import photo files from your SD card (pg. 55), or copy photo files
from your computer (pg. 57).
Q: Can I view individual photos as well as slideshows?
A: Yes. On the Photo Gallery screen you can select individual photos to view
or tap Slideshow to play a slideshow (pg. 45).
Q: Can I set preferences for how my slideshow displays?
A: Yes. Slideshow options are available through Settings> Photos (pg. 40).
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EMAIL
Q: Can I use any of my personal email addresses to send/receive email?
A: Your pandigital novel supports POP3, SMTP, IMAP and Exchange
accounts.
Q: Why doesn’t my Yahoo! Plus email account work?
A: Free Yahoo! Accounts are not supported. Yahoo! Plus email accounts
require specific settings (pg. 49).
Q: Can I organize my emails into categories or personal folders?
A: Yes. Use Email > Folders function (pg. 51).
Q: Can I add my email contacts into my Contact list?
A: Yes. Use Email > Add Senders to Contacts function (pg. 50).
COMPUTER COMPATIBILITY
Q: Which media cards are compatible with my pandigital novel?
A: SD/MMC Cards.
Q: Which Operating Systems are compatible with my pandigital
novel?
A: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows VISTA, 7, MAC OS.
Q: How do I connect my pandigital novel with my computer?
A: Use the USB cable included with your device, or any standard USB cable.
See Connect to Computer function (pg. 57).


Battery Management

The pandigital novel battery is not fully charged out of the box, so it is
recommended that you charge the battery for at least 4 hours before you start to use
your device.
The rechargeable battery is designed and manufactured to be used and recharged for
500+ complete charge/discharge cycles. The capacity of the battery reduces each
time it is charged/depleted. However, you can still try to prolong the battery’s lifetime
by following the suggestions below:
· Use your device at least once a week.
· Charge the battery regularly and fully. Never leave the battery fully discharged
for a long period of time.
· Always keep your device and the battery away from heat.
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Charge Battery
Plug the power adapter into an electrical wall outlet, and then connect to your
device to fully charge the battery before use (approx. 4 hours).
+ The battery does not charge via the USB cable.
While charging, the battery icon displays as: .
When fully charged, the battery icon displays as:
A fully discharged battery takes approximately 5 hours to fully charge, but you
can use your device while plugged in when desired.


I mportant Safety Precauti ons

Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your pandigital
novel. This reduces the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury.
· Do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
· Keep your pandigital novel out of direct sunlight and heat sources.
· Protect the power cord. Route power cords so that they are not likely to be walked
on or pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay particular attention to the
point where the cord attaches to your device.
· Only use the AC adapter included with the pandigital novel. Using any
other power adapter voids your warranty.

Cleaning the device
Treat the screen gently. To clean fingerprints or dust from the screen, we
recommend using a soft, non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cloth.
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Techni cal Speci fi cati ons

Product Specs
7” Digital TFT LCD Display 600x800 pixels
outer unit 7.5” x 5.6”
White or Black casing (depending on model)
Compatible Media
Sources
Secure Digital™ (SD), MMC
Features
Display digital printed media (eBooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers)
Play digital Audio files
Play digital Video files
Display digital Photo files
Alarm Clock and Calendar
Connect to Wi-Fi networks
Web – check your social networks, stocks or the weather
Send/Receive Email
Games for fun and entertainment
Display and import directly from SD Card
Automatic rotation of screen orientation
Earphone jack included
Tabletop stand included for convenient hands-free viewing
Compatible File
Formats
eBooks PDF, EPUB
Photo JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, non-animated GIF
Audio MP3, WAV, AAC, OGG
Video
MPEG4, 720 * 480 (D1) resolution, H.263 and
H.264
USB Ports Mini USB 2.0
Internal Memory 1GB or 2GB (depending on model)
Wi-Fi Compatible Yes, built-in Wi-Fi adapter
Audio output
Built-in stereo speakers
Stereo-mini earphone jack
Power Adapter 12V, 1.5A
Battery Rechargeable Li-ion 1600mAh, 7.4V

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Li mi ted Warranty
The limited warranty set forth below is given by Pandigital with respect to Pandigital
brand electronics products purchased and used in the United States of America.
Pandigital warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship as
follows:
LABOR: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, if this product is
found to be defective, Pandigital will repair or replace the product, at its option, at no
charge. After this one (1) year, labor charges will be charged on a case by case
basis.
PARTS: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, if this product is
found to be defective, Pandigital will supply at no cost, new or rebuilt replacement
parts, at its option, at no charge. After this one (1) year period, parts will be charged
for on a case by case basis. Modifications not approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This warranty does not cover: (1) customer instruction, installation or setup; (2)
cosmetic damage or damage due to accident, misuse, abuse or negligence; (3)
commercial use of the product; (4) modification of any part of the product; (5) damage
due to improper operation, improper maintenance, or connection to an improper
power supply; (6) loss of data, regardless of value or format, that may result through
proper and/or improper use of the product; (7) damage due to an attempted repair of
the product by anyone other than a facility authorized by Pandigital to service the
product; (8) consumables (such as fuses and batteries). This warranty is valid only in
the United States.
The product must be accompanied by a copy of the original retail purchase receipt. If
no proof of purchase is attached, the warranty will not be honored and repair costs
will be charged. This warranty is only valid with written documentation detailing the
complaint attached to the outside or inside of the carton. This warranty is invalid if the
factory applied serial number has been altered and or removed from the product. This
warranty does not provide protection for the loss of data, regardless of format.
Pandigital reserves the right to modify and design this product without prior notice,
written or otherwise.
To obtain warranty service, you must deliver the product freight prepaid in either its
original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree of protection, plus proof of
purchase.
Repair or replacement as provided under this warranty is the exclusive remedy of the
consumer. Pandigital, its parent company, affiliates or subsidiaries, shall not be liable
for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of any expressed or implied
warranty on this product. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, any
implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product
is limited in duration to the duration of this warranty.
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Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply. This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may have other rights, which vary from state to state.
All content included on the Pandigital website as well as Pandigital products,
including pre-loaded demonstration images, digital media, digital cookbooks, text,
graphics, logos, designs, photographs, button icons, images, audio/video clips, digital
downloads, data compilations, and software, is the property of Pandigital or its
suppliers and is protected by United States and international copyright laws or other
intellectual property laws and treaties. Said content shall not be reproduced or used
without express written permission from Pandigital and its suppliers respectively.
Use of this product constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions of warranty.
Technical support telephone number: 1-800-715-5354.

FCC Notices
FCC ID: TLZ-NU706
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.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement Information to the User
WARNING: Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC)
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
· Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
· Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
· Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
· Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. This device is designed for hand-held operation only. The
antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be collocated or operating in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter within a host device, except in accordance with
FCC multi-transmitter product procedures.


Di scl ai mers
Barnes & Noble and the “BN” logo are registered trademarks of Barnesandnoble.com
LLC. All rights reserved.
Facebook and the “f” logo are registered trademarks of Facebook Inc. All rights
reserved.
Yahoo!
®
is a registered trademark of Yahoo!
Contains Reader
®
Mobile technology by Adobe Systems Incorporated.


Li cense Agreement and Terms of Use
By activating and using the pandigital novel, you hereby consent and
agree to our License Agreement and Terms of Use.
The Device and Related Services
The Pandigital Novel (the "Device") is a portable electronic reading device that utilizes
wireless connectivity to enable users to shop for, download, browse, and read books,
newspapers, magazines, blogs, access web sites, e-mail and other materials, all
subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The "Service" means the
wireless connectivity, provision of digital content, software and support, and other
services and support that Pandigital provides Device users.
Wireless Connectivity
Coverage and Service Interruptions: You acknowledge that if your Device is located
in any area without applicable wireless connectivity, you may not be able to use some
or all elements of the wireless services. We are not responsible for the unavailability
of wireless service or any interruptions of wireless connectivity.
Digital Content
The Barnes & Noble Store: The Barnes & Noble Store enables you to download,
display and use on your Device a variety of digitized electronic content, such as
books, subscriptions to magazines, newspapers, journals and other periodicals,
blogs, RSS feeds, and other digital content, as determined by Barnes & Noble from
time to time (individually and collectively, "Digital Content").
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Use of Digital Content: Upon your payment of the applicable fees set by Barnes &
Noble, Barnes & Noble grants you the non-exclusive right to keep a permanent copy
of the applicable Digital Content and to view, use, and display such Digital Content an
unlimited number of times, solely on the Device or as authorized by Barnes & Noble
as part of the Service and solely for your personal, non-commercial use. Digital
Content will be deemed licensed to you by Barnes & Noble under this Agreement
unless otherwise expressly provided by Barnes & Noble.
Restrictions: Unless specifically indicated otherwise, you may not sell, rent, lease,
distribute, broadcast, sublicense or otherwise assign any rights to the Digital Content
or any portion of it to any third party, and you may not remove any proprietary notices
or labels on the Digital Content. In addition, you may not, and you will not encourage,
assist or authorize any other person to, bypass, modify, defeat or circumvent security
features that protect the Digital Content.
Software
Definitions: The following terms apply to the Device and to (a) all software (and the
media on which such software is distributed) of Pandigital or third parties that is pre-
installed on the Device at time of purchase or that Pandigital provides as
updates/upgrades to the pre-installed software (collectively, the "Device Software"),
unless you agree to other terms as part of an update/upgrade process; and (b) any
printed, on-line or other electronic documentation for such software (the
"Documentation"). As used in this Agreement, "Software" means, collectively, the
Device Software and Documentation.
Use of the Device Software: You may use the Device Software only on the Device.
You may not separate any individual component of the Device Software for use on
another device or computer, may not transfer it for use on another device or use it, or
any portion of it, over a network and may not sell, rent, lease, lend, distribute or
sublicense or otherwise assign any rights to the Software in whole or in part.
No Reverse Engineering, Decompilation, Disassembly or Circumvention: You may
not, and you will not encourage, assist or authorize any other person to, modify,
reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the Device or the Software, whether in
whole or in part, create any derivative works from or of the Software, or bypass,
modify, defeat or tamper with or circumvent any of the functions or protections of the
Device or Software or any mechanisms operatively linked to the Software, including,
but not limited to, augmenting or substituting any digital rights management
functionality of the Device or Software.
Automatic Updates: In order to keep your Software up-to-date, Pandigital may
automatically provide your Device with updates/upgrades to the Software.
Export Regulations: You agree to comply with all export and re-export restrictions and
regulations of the Department of Commerce and other United States agencies and
authorities, and not to transfer, or encourage, assist or authorize the transfer of the
Software to a prohibited country or otherwise in violation of any such restrictions or
regulations.
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General
No Illegal Use and Reservation of Rights: You may not use the Device, the Service or
the Digital Content for any illegal purpose. You acknowledge that the sale of the
Device to you does not transfer to you title to or ownership of any intellectual property
rights of Pandigital or its suppliers. All of the Software is licensed, not sold, and such
license is non-exclusive.
Information Received: The Device Software will provide Pandigital with data about
your Device and its interaction with the Service (such as available memory, up-time,
log files and signal strength) and information related to the content on your Device
and your use of it (such as automatic bookmarking of the last page read and content
deletions from the Device). Information we receive is subject to the Pandigital Privacy
Notice.
Patents: The Device and/or methods used in association with the Device may be
covered by one or more patents or pending patent applications.
Termination: Your rights under this Agreement will automatically terminate without
notice from Pandigital if you fail to comply with any term of this Agreement.
Pandigital's failure to insist upon or enforce your strict compliance with this
Agreement will not constitute a waiver of any of its rights.
Disclaimer of Warranties: YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT
USE OF THE SERVICE, DEVICE, DIGITAL CONTENT AND SOFTWARE IS AT
YOUR SOLE RISK. EXCEPT FOR THE ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY, THE
SERVICE, DEVICE, DIGITAL CONTENT AND SOFTWARE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS"
WITH ALL FAULTS AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND PANDIGITAL
AND ITS SUPPLIERS AND LICENSORS DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ACCURACY,
QUIET ENJOYMENT AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD-PARTY RIGHTS. NO
ORAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY PANDIGITAL OR AN
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF PANDIGITAL SHALL CREATE A
WARRANTY. THE LAWS OF CERTAIN JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES. IF THESE LAWS APPLY TO YOU,
SOME OR ALL OF THE ABOVE DISCLAIMERS, EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU, AND YOU MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL RIGHTS.
Limitation of Liability: TO THE EXTENT NOT PROHIBITED BY LAW, NEITHER
PANDIGITAL NOR ITS SUPPLIERS OR LICENSORS SHALL BE LIABLE TO YOU
FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE,
STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY RELATED TO THE
SERVICE, DEVICE, DIGITAL CONTENT OR SOFTWARE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF LOSS OF PROFITS, REVENUE,
DATA OR USE OF THE DEVICE OR SOFTWARE OR ANY ASSOCIATED
PRODUCT, EVEN IF PANDIGITAL HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGES. IN ANY CASE, PANDIGITAL'S AGGREGATE LIABILITY UNDER
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THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT ACTUALLY PAID FOR
THE DEVICE. THE LAWS OF CERTAIN JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
IF THESE LAWS APPLY TO YOU, SOME OR ALL OF THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS
OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU, AND YOU MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL
RIGHTS.
Disputes: ANY DISPUTE ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING IN ANYWAY TO THIS
AGREEMENT SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO CONFIDENTIAL ARBITRATION IN
ALAMEDA COUNTY, EXCEPT THAT, TO THE EXTENT YOU HAVE IN ANY
MANNER VIOLATED OR THREATENED TO VIOLATE PANDIGITAL'S
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, PANDIGITAL MAY SEEK INJUNCTIVE OR
OTHER APPROPRIATE RELIEF IN ANY STATE OR FEDERAL COURT IN THE
COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, AND YOU CONSENT TO EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION
AND VENUE IN SUCH COURTS. The arbitrator's award shall be binding and may be
entered as a judgment in any court of competent jurisdiction. To the fullest extent
permitted by applicable law, no arbitration under this Agreement shall be joined to an
arbitration involving any other party subject to this Agreement, whether through class
arbitration proceedings or otherwise.
Severability: If any term or condition of this Agreement shall be deemed invalid, void,
or for any reason unenforceable, that part shall be deemed severable and shall not
affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining term or condition.
Amendment: Pandigital reserves the right to amend any of the terms of this Agreement
at its sole discretion by posting the revised terms on the Pandigital.net website. Your
continued use of the Device and Software after the effective date of any such
amendment shall be deemed your agreement to be bound by such amendment.
Contact Information: For communications concerning this Agreement, you may
contact Pandigital by writing to Pandigital, Attn: Legal Department, 6375 Clark
Avenue, Suite 100, Dublin, CA 95468.
© 2010 Pandigital, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Pandigital, the Pandigital
logo, Pandigital Novel, are trademarks of Pandigital Inc. Barnes & Noble and the “BN”
logo are registered trademarks of Barnesandnoble.com LLC. All rights reserved.
Facebook and the “f” logo are registered trademarks of Facebook Inc. All rights
reserved. Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Yahoo!
®
is a
registered trademark of Yahoo! All rights reserved.
Pandigital Novel contains Adobe
®
Reader
®
Mobile software under license from Adobe
Systems Incorporated, Copyright
©
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reserved. Adobe and Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

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T ab le of Con ten ts
Package Contents .................................................................................................... 8 Covers for your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ................................................................ 8 Device Overview ....................................................................................................... 9 Power Button Usage ................................................................................................ 9 Touch-Screen Navigation ...................................................................................... 10 Getting Started ....................................................................................................... 11 Home Screen .......................................................................................................... 12 Application Quick Launch Bar .............................................................................. 13 Set Up Wi-Fi Network ............................................................................................. 14
Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot ....................................................................................... 14

Reset Device ........................................................................................................... 14 Overview of Buying & Downloading Books to Device ........................................ 15 Barnes & Noble BOOKSTORE ............................................................................... 16
Purchase an eBook ................................................................................................................ 18 Purchase an eMagazine or eNewspaper ............................................................................... 18 Get FREE Sample .................................................................................................................. 18 Buy Sample Books ............................................................................................................. 19 Subscriptions.......................................................................................................................... 19

SHOP B&N .............................................................................................................. 20
Downloading Purchased Media ............................................................................................. 20

MY LIBRARY ........................................................................................................... 20
Get Books .............................................................................................................................. 21 Manage Books ....................................................................................................................... 23 Lend/Return Books ................................................................................................................ 23 Loan a Book ....................................................................................................................... 24 Check for Offers ................................................................................................................. 24 Opening Borrowed Books .................................................................................................. 24 Return/Buy Borrowed Books .............................................................................................. 24 Bookshelves ........................................................................................................................... 25 Add New Bookshelf ............................................................................................................ 25 Display Shelf ...................................................................................................................... 25 Manage Bookshelf ............................................................................................................. 25 Delete Shelf........................................................................................................................ 26 Check Subscriptions .............................................................................................................. 26

READER .................................................................................................................. 26
Play Music in Background while Reading .............................................................................. 28 Reader Function Menu........................................................................................................... 28 My Library .............................................................................................................................. 28 Contents ................................................................................................................................. 28
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....................... 29 Add Note ........... 29 Delete Multiple Notes ............................. 39 4 ................................................................................................... 29 Notes ............. 30 Create Highlights ................................................................................................................................ 36 Open New Window ...............................................Bookmarks/Notes/Highlights ................................................................................................................................................................... 34 Bookmarks ...................................................................................................... 35 Go to Bookmarked Web Page ........................................... 31 Jump to Page .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Page Content Settings ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29 View Notes ............................................................... 36 Browser Settings .....................................................................................Lock ............................................................................................................... 36 Select ........................................................................................................................................... 33 ZOOM Web Page ........................ 38 Advanced Settings ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Night Read ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Screen Orientation ............................................................................ 28 Bookmarks ................................................................................................................ 35 Delete Web Page Bookmarks .................................................... 36 Find .............................................................................................................. 30 Hide all Highlights ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Highlights ................... 36 Close Windows ...................................................... 34 Browser Menu .............................. 31 Font Size ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Search for Specific Text ................................................................................................................... 30 Go To ........................................................................................................................ 32 ACCESS MEDIA ON SD CARD ............................................................................ 38 Settings>General .................................................................................................................................... 35 Bookmark a Web Page ....................................................................... 35 Browser Windows ......................................... 37 Privacy Settings ................................. 31 Last Read ................................................................. 30 Display Table of Contents ............................................... 37 Security Settings ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Settings>Calibrate Touch Screen ........................... 30 Delete Highlights ............ 32 WEB ..... 38 SETTINGS .................................................................................................................................... 30 View Highlights........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 Go to a Web Site ...... 36 Switch Windows ...........................................................................................................

............................. 48 Set up Yahoo! Plus Account ............. 46 Play Music with Slideshow ............................................................................................................................................................................. 52 5 ........................................ 43 Add songs to Playlist ........................................................................................................................................ 49 Open Email Message ......................................................... 46 Set Wallpaper .......................................................... 39 Turn Wi-Fi Off................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 48 Setup New or Add Accounts ........................... 51 Delete Email Accounts ................................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Playlist ............................................................................ 46 Play Slideshow ........................................ 44 Video Navigation Bar .................................. 43 Remove songs from Playlist............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 44 VIDEOS ................ 51 Set Default Account .......................................................Settings>Network .................................................................. 45 PHOTOS ................................................................................................................................................ 42 Delete Audio Files ......................................................................................................................... 51 ALARM ..................................................... 44 Stop Video...................................................................................................................................... 47 Import Photos ............................... 51 Edit Email Account Information .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48 EMAIL ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 41 MUSIC .................................................................................................................. 39 Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 43 Return to Music List .......................................... 45 Photo Gallery ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Photo Function Menu Options.......................................................................... 40 Settings>Photos .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Play Music ........................................................................................................................... 45 Delete from Video Library ............................................................................................................................................................... 47 Delete Photos ............. 43 Play songs in Playlist ................................ 49 Email Inbox .......................................................................................... 40 Settings>Support .......................................................................... 39 Settings>Subscriptions ........................................................................................................... 44 Play Video .................... 49 Set up Juno Platinum or Turbo Account .................................................................................... 41 Settings>Reset Defaults ....................................................................... 50 Folders ............................. 50 Compose New Email Message ........................................... 40 Settings>Alarm ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 50 Add Senders to Contacts ..............

........ 69 Technical Specifications.................................... 56 FACEBOOK .......................................................................................................................................... 55 STOCKS ................................................ 69 Cleaning the device................................................................................................. 61 Frequently Asked Questions ........................................................................................ 52 Edit Alarm.................... 56 CONTACTS ......... 52 Shut Off Alarm Alert ....................................... 53 De-Activate Alarms .......................................................................................................................................................................... 57 Connect to Computer ................................................................................................................................................................ 53 Add Event .................................................................................................................................................................. 57 Connect to Windows PC ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 54 Snooze or Cancel Event Alert ............................................................ 70 Limited Warranty ......... 53 CALENDAR ................................................................................... 73 License Agreement and Terms of Use ............ 56 Edit Contacts ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 54 Delete Events ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 52 Set Alarm Volume ............................................... 59 Adobe Digital Editions ................................................................................................................................................ 53 Delete Alarm .......................................................................................................................... 58 Connect to Macintosh Computer...................................... 56 Delete Contacts .................................................................................................................................................. 54 SEARCH ...................... 56 Add New Contacts .................................... 56 WEATHER .......................... 71 FCC Notices ............................................................................................................................ 72 Disclaimers ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 63 Battery Management ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 73 6 .......................................................................................... 57 USER GUIDE ........................................................................... 69 Important Safety Precautions........................................................ 54 IMPORT SD CARD ............................................................................................................................................................. 68 Charge Battery ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 57 GAMES ............................................................ 54 Edit Event ....................Add Alarm ................................................................. 60 UPGRADE FIRMWARE ................................................................... 55 DICTIONARY ...................

browse the web. Congratulations on your choice! 7 . and much more! Also. purchase and download media from Barnes & Noble. featuring a full color TFT LCD display and convenient touch-screen navigation. READ. SURF. and eNewspapers) anytime and anywhere. you can view photo slideshows. Your pandigital novel is a step up in multimedia devices. and listen to music through the built-in speakers or with headphones (not included).pandigital novel A contemporary multimedia device designed for straightforward functionality. Connect to a Wi-Fi network to shop. eMagazines. Your pandigital novel is a light and stylish electronic multimedia eReader which allows you to quickly and easily download and read digital printed material (eBooks. PLAY. send/receive email. watch videos.

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5” 5. but will automatically reconnect when out of sleep mode (may take up to 30 seconds to reconnect). When in sleep mode. Turn Off: Slide and hold the power button for 3 seconds.Device Overview Mini USB Power button Reset 2 in 1 card slot Light sensor Volume button DC jack 7. 9 .6” 4.6” Earphone jack Speaker holes Power Button Usage Turn On: Slide the power button on and release. Sleep Mode On/Off (energy saver): Slide & release the power button quickly to turn sleep mode on and off.2” 5. the Wi-Fi disconnects from the local network.

and then release. and then continue to press as you slide across the text. much less finger pressure is needed. you are instructed to use the following tap or touch navigation methods: Selecting Items . much greater precision is possible (approaching that of a stylus. Therefore. curved surface contacts the screen at one small point. If you do not have long enough finger nails to be used for precise tapping. Throughout the User Guide. Highlight text . with a little experience).Touch. hold & slide = touch & hold on a word approx 2 seconds until you hear an audible cue. The fingernail's hard. approx 100 pixels). Reader Functions Turn Pages .  The smaller the point that comes in contact with the screen. the more precise object selection can be.Touch-Screen Navigation The touch-screen allows for quick.Touch & hold = touch and hold in place approx 2 seconds until you hear an audible cue. Curl your finger over so that the tip of your fingernail is used. and the fingernail can be silently moved across the screen with very little resistance. and then release to display the option window. Notes . we recommend using a stylus or non-sharp pointed instrument to increase the precision of navigation. much less skin oil is smeared onto the screen. and then release to display the option window. as opposed to a tap of the soft skin of an outstretched fingertip.Finger slide = touch & slide your finger across the screen (at least 1/6 of the page. easy and convenient navigation for all applications. 10 . tap Highlight. Launch Application Quick Launch Bar – Finger slide upward (using your finger nail) from the bottom of the screen to display the Application Quick Launch Bar. Dictionary. select Dictionary or Add Note.Tap: quick tap & release on an item on the screen Your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l uses a “resistive touch” screen which responds best to a hard pointed object or the tip of your fingernail.

If necessary. touch and hold the “a” to display “à á â ã ä å æ”. 12HR = 12:00am-12:00pm (default) 24HR = 12:00-24:00 11 .  Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar.. and then connect to your device to fully charge the battery before use (approx. 4 hours). the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. a message may appear stating the application is busy now. Turn device on Slide the power button and release to turn on. . 1. For example. or “e” to display “è é ê ë”. the  You can use the device while the battery is charging. or select Wait to allow the process to finish.  Tap in the Time Zone field to select the time zone for your location. Charge your device Plug the power adapter into an electrical wall outlet. tap in the Date and Time fields to change the date and time. the battery icon displays as: battery icon displays as: . When fully charged.  Select your desired time format:  Tap Save. 3. etc. Set Date & Time IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account.Display Reader Function Menu = tap in the top row of the screen to display the Reader Function Menu at the top of the screen. While charging. Getting Started  NOTE: If you tap an application icon or function button multiple times without waiting for the process to finish. Select Force close to stop the process.  The battery does not charge via the USB cable. 2. Wait until the HOME screen is displayed. Keyboard Functions Multi-language characters – Touch & hold = touch & hold on a key to display alternative characters.

   Sync with your Barnes & Noble account to get the newest issues of active subscriptions.  Tap on any media icon in the My Library rows to open and display the media in the Reader. Tap on any media to display description.  Dates on eMagazines and eNewspapers indicate publication issue date.   05/01/10 06/01/10 06/26/10  Indicates last B&N bookstore update.  My Library: Row 1 displays your recently viewed media (non-scrollable). Tap My Library for quick access to your My Library screen. If desired. Row 2 displays media in your device (scrollable horizontally).  Application Quick Launch Bar (scrollable horizontally).Home Screen  Status of: Wi-Fi connection Battery charge level Alarms Date & Time      Bookstore row: Tap Update to populate with media from Barnes & Noble (scrollable horizontally).  Tap to hide the Application Quick Launch Bar. or Author to sort by author’s first name.   Tap Bookstore to launch web browser and go to Barnes & Noble’s website. synopsis and Buy options. tap Title to sort by media title. The most recent downloaded media displays in the first position. 12 . Tap application icon to launch an application. Finger slide upward (using your fingernail) from the bottom of the screen to re-open.

non-animated GIF) Send/Receive email using your existing email addresses Shop the Barnes & Noble website Use as alarm clock with scheduled alarms Display monthly calendar and schedule events Search for specific strings of text in media file names or eBook titles in Bookstore Check the status of specific company’s stock offerings Quick access to the FACEBOOK website Create a list of personal contacts Check the weather forecasts of locations of your choice Play pre-loaded games for entertainment Import media files into the internal memory Read and manage eBooks copied from Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) Quick access to the built-in dictionary. BMP.Application Quick Launch Bar Home Reader My Library Web Settings Music Videos Photos Email Shop B&N Alarm Calendar Search Stocks Facebook Contacts Weather Games Import SD Adobe® eBooks Dictionary Upgrade Displays the Home screen Display your digital media for reading (PDF. WAV. OGG) Play and manage video files (MPEG4) View and manage photo files (JPG. PNG. Download firmware from our website to upgrade your device 13 . EPUB) Stores your digital media (eBooks. JPEG. AAC. eMagazines and eNewspapers) Access the Internet and ‘surf the web’ whenever desired Multiple settings for personalizing and enhancing your device Play and manage audio files (MP3.

but will automatically reconnect when out of sleep mode (may take up to 30 seconds to reconnect). the Wi-Fi disconnects from the local network.  tap Save. A indicates secure networks that require login name/password to connect. Enter the login information as required by the hotspot. 14 . 4. Select Web from the Application Quick Launch Bar. you can simply reset the device by inserting a paper clip into the reset hole at the top of the device. 1. 2. Turn Wi-Fi on by tapping the Wi-Fi is off/Turn on Wi-Fi. we recommend you set up your Wi-Fi network now. Tap the desired network to which you want to connect. Wi-Fi turned ON = Not connected and Wi-Fi turned OFF (power saver)  When the device goes into sleep mode.  (Advanced): After saving the Wi-Fi network. 1. The device automatically scans and list all local Wi-Fi Networks found.  enter the Network Password if applicable.  If your Wi-Fi network is set as hidden.Set Up Wi-Fi Network Since many features require a Wi-Fi connection. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar. it won’t be found by the auto scan. Reset Device If the Android Operating system hangs. it may be necessary to immediately launch the browser and provide the hotspot login information prior to having an active internet connection. 2.  The Wi-Fi icon on the top of screens indicates the status as follows: = Connected = Not connected. and then follow the prompts.  tap Network. Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot If you are connecting via a public Wi-Fi hotspot. Tap Other and then enter the network name and key. Follow steps 1-5 above to select the hotspot Wi-Fi network. Tap to close the Settings screen. 3. 3. 5. you can change your network settings by selecting Manual Setup.

and then enter your existing Barnes & Noble account login information (email & password) or create a new account. Tap Download All. Wait for list of downloadable media (wait time depends on number of items in your account). OR Tap on book cover in Bookstore row on HOME screen. eMagazines. go to My Library >Get Books. Provide required B&N account Login information and then tap Login. Select BUY NOW or Get Free Sample. or get free samples. In your pandigital novel. eNewspapers. The first time. tap Update to populate the Bookstore row. tap Bookstore or Shop B&N on Application Quick Launch Bar. Shop and purchase eBooks. 15 . On HOME screen. Go to My Library. On HOME screen. Confirm your purchase. select I have a B&N account to enter your existing Barnes & Noble account login information (email & password). tap on a media cover to open in the Reader. or select desired media to download and then tap Download Selected. If you have not yet registered with Barnes & Noble. Media is added to your Barnes & Noble online download Library. The login information is saved for future logins.Overview of Buying & Downloading Books to Device Connect to Wi-Fi network through Settings >Network. Browser displays Barnes & Noble website. select “Sign up for an account” to register a new account now.

Subsequent instances may still require your Barnes & Noble password. 41).  The first time you turn your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l on. This eMedia can be purchased directly from the Barnes & Noble online bookstore directly through your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . Display eMagazines or eNewspapers Tap to update top row from Barnes & Noble website. the Bookstore row is empty. a factory reset occurs which deletes all your personal data (see Reset Defaults. Tap to display newly released books Tap Bookstore to launch the browser and display the Barnes & Noble website. pg. you can enter the new account login information when prompted. CAUTION: If you want to switch to a different Barnes & Noble account.  The first time you access the Barnes & Noble bookstore. be advised that if you switch accounts. When prompted for the factory reset.  You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network in order to use the Barnes & Noble Bookstore feature. However. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. 16 . tap No to keep the currently saved Barnes & Noble account. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account. eMagazines and eNewspapers. Tap on any book cover in the Bookstore row to display that book’s descriptive information and synopsis (example below).Barnes & Noble BOOKSTORE The top Bookstore row on the Home screen displays Barnes & Noble’s current bestselling and newest released eBooks. Tap Update to sync with the Barnes & Noble website. you are prompted for your Barnes & Noble login information.

20). download sample before purchasing if desired Tap BUY NOW to purchase immediately Tap to read reviews Tap on any Magazine or Newspaper cover in the Bookstore row to display that media’s descriptive information and synopsis (example below). use the Get Books feature to download them from your Barnes & Noble online account into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l (pg. Tap Subscribe Now to order a monthly subscription Tap Buy Current Issue to purchase only the current issue Tap to read reviews If you want full details about media.When offered. 17 . After purchasing. use the Shop B&N feature to shop on the Barnes & Noble website (pg. including Editorial and Customer Reviews. 21).

sample availability. However. 2. Tap BUY NOW.Purchase an eBook 1. the publication is added to your Barnes & Noble online account. tap eMagazines or eNewspapers to display only that media. including pricing. 18 . Free Sample books do not have active links. Purchase an eMagazine or eNewspaper 1. 21). Use the Get Books feature to download the publications from your Barnes & Noble online account into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l (pg. In the Home screen. Tap on any book cover to display the book details. If desired. Tap Subscribe Now to order a monthly subscription. 2. You can also use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a desired page. and a synopsis. Tap on any publication cover to display the publication’s details. 5. to be sure you are viewing the most current media on the Barnes & Noble website tap Update above the Bookstore row. Get FREE Sample Some. 3. In the Home screen. 7. OR Tap Buy Current Issue to purchase only the displayed issue. 3. to be sure you are viewing the most current media on the Barnes & Noble website tap Update above the Bookstore row. 4. the book is added to your Barnes & Noble online account. Use the Get Books feature to download them from your Barnes & Noble account into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l (pg. 6. 4. tap on the topic heading to jump to the associated page. use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a desired page in a sample book. but not all. including pricing. 21).  Sections of eMagazines and eNewspapers that contain linked topic headings are highlighted gray. 6. Tap on the book cover in your My Library to open it in the Reader. sample availability. Tap OK in the confirmation screen. 5. books offer a downloadable sampling for you to read before purchasing the book. Tap on the publication cover in your My Library to open it in the Reader. Tap OK in the confirmation screen. allowing you to simply tap the desired chapter/page that you want to view.  Most books contain a Table of Contents with active chapter links. and a synopsis.

syncing with your Barnes & Noble account could take several minutes depending on how many downloadable items are in your download library. tap Buy Sample Books. 4. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. In the pop-up window. Tap next to the sample book you want to buy. Use the Get Books feature to download the samples from your Barnes & Noble account into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l (pg. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account. Please wait. In the My Library screen.  tap Buy Now. sample availability. If available. 3. Tap on any book in the Bookstore row in the Home screen to display the book details. 21). Use the Get Books feature to download your purchased book (pg. tap Subscriptions at the top of the My Library row. If you have purchased subscription eMagazine or eNewspapers. In the Home screen. Use the Go To feature to jump to the chapter/page that you want to view. tap the Get Free Sample button to add the sample to your Barnes & Noble online account. see Settings> Subscriptions on page 40. tap Lend/Return. 2. you should perform regular subscription updates to ensure you have the most current issues. Tap on the book cover in your My Library to open it in the Reader. First time connections require your Barnes & Noble login information. The sample book is removed from My Library. including pricing.  To help speed up your future updates. 2.  Free sample books do not contain a Table of Contents with active chapter links. after downloading your media you can log into your Barnes & Noble online account and move the downloaded items into your Archive folder. 1. Buy Sample Books **Will be available in future firmware updates** You can quickly and easily buy the full version of a sample book that you’ve downloaded into My Library. 19 . and a synopsis. 21). Subscriptions The second row of My Library on the Home screen displays your downloaded media. 3. 3. 2.  If you want to set a time for automatic daily checks.1. 1.

21). tap Title or Author (by first name). MY LIBRARY Select My Library from the Application Quick Launch Bar to display the main Library bookshelf screen and manage your downloaded media.  Reader Function Menu  Row 1 displays your recently viewed media (non-scrollable). along with the synopsis. The most recent downloaded media displays in the first position. Downloading Purchased Media After purchasing books. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.  Rows 2-4 media stored in device (scrollable horizontally). Shopping directly on the Barnes & Noble website allows you to view full details about a book. (Use Bookshelves function to create new bookshelves.  Check for newest issues of active eMagazine or eNewspaper subscriptions. including Editorial and Customer Reviews. use the Get Books feature to download them from your Barnes & Noble online account into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l (pg. To change sort order.SHOP B&N IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account.  Quick jump to other bookshelves.) 20 . Select Shop B&N from the Application Quick Launch Bar to log onto the Barnes & Noble website.

 To Application Quick Launch Bar access Adobe books. Title or Author    Simply tap on any media icon to open and display in the Reader 05/01/10 06/01/10 06/26/10  Finger slide upward from the bottom of the screen (with your fingernail) to display the Application Quick Launch Bar  Dates on eMagazines and eNewspapers indicate publication issue date. eMagazines and eNewspapers from your Barnes & Noble online account into your pandigital novel. 60). You must have an online account with Barnes & Noble. If you have not yet registered an account with Barnes & Noble. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. Get Books Use the Get Books feature to download the downloadable eBooks. 21 .com. and already purchased media or requested free book samples. do so now by going to their website: www. Sort rows 2-4 by download Date.bn. use the Adobe® eBooks application from the (pg. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account.

4.pdb format. Video and Photo files can be copied from a Macintosh computer into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l as long as they are in a supported file format.  Only the current downloadable media appears in the list. The media is downloaded and added to your My Library. you are prompted for your Barnes & Noble login information.it has already been downloaded . a factory reset occurs which deletes all your personal data (see Reset Defaults. The first time. tap Get Books. tap Download All. next to the items you want to download To download all purchased media. Media is not listed if: . to save power the screen goes black.or Barnes & Noble has not released it as downloadable yet (which can take up to 60 minutes from the time you purchased online). To download specific items.it’s lent. be advised that if you switch accounts. you can go online to check your download library to be sure your media is in your download library. they will not be recognized. CAUTION: Later if you want to switch to a different Barnes & Noble account. tap now. the first time you open them you are presented with an ‘unlock’ message. or in return status . Enter the credit card name/number that was used to purchase the book. which could take up to a minute depending on how many items are in your account. If you copy the . 3.a pre-ordered book .pdb formatted eBooks into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l .  If your download takes longer than 10 minutes. 22 . 2. 41). Music. When prompted for the factory reset. but the device does not go into sleep mode and your download continues until complete. However. pg. eBooks downloaded from Barnes & Noble to a Macintosh computer are saved in an unsupported . tap No to keep the currently saved Barnes & Noble account.  tap Download Selected. Make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network. 5. If desired. 1. 6. loan pending. In the My Library screen. Tap to close the window. Wait for the list of your downloadable media to be displayed. You should always use Get Books to download eBooks directly from your Barnes & Noble download library into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . you can enter the new account login information when prompted.  If you import eBooks.

Therefore. If desired. the recipient may be required to provide the default credit card name and number that is registered with their Barnes & Noble account.  The book can only be loaned for 14 days. a pop-up window appears with lend/return options.  After launching the Lend/Return feature. last downloaded is in position #1 in row #2. The number behind Return books indicates books that need to be returned. you must have a credit card number assigned to your Barnes & Noble account. Tap next to the media you want to delete. the lender won’t have access to the book until after it has been returned from the recipient. The number behind Check for offers indicates new offers pending. 3.  You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network before you can use the Lend/Return Books function. 1. Lend/Return Books There are some books that Barnes & Noble classifies as “lendable”.  To unlock and open a borrowed book. 2. tap Title or Author to re-sort your media accordingly.  To download a borrowed book. 23 .Manage Books Use this feature to delete media from your My Library bookshelf. which means that those books can be loaned to others who also have a Barnes & Noble account. Please be aware of the following considerations before loaning or borrowing any books:  To loan a book. tap Manage Books to display a complete list of all media you have added to your My Library bookshelf.  Only one copy of a book can be read at a time. Media is sorted by download date.  tap Delete Selected. In the My Library screen.  A number appearing with the Lend/Return icon indicates new activity within this feature. the recipient must have a Barnes & Noble account with a registered credit card number.

tap Lend/Return. Returned books: Status is changed to “Returned” but remains available for purchase later. 2. tap Return/Buy borrowed books.  Declined books are permanently removed from the Book Offers screen. 24 . 6. 2. 4. Use the Get Books feature to download your purchased book (pg. Tap in the email address entry field to enter the email address of your recipient. Check for Offers Use this function to check for book loan offers made to you.Loan a Book 1. In the pop-up window. Once you send a loan offer the book is no longer available until the recipient returns the book or rejects the offer. tap Lend/Return. use the Get Books feature to download the loaned book to your My Library bookshelf (pg. 3. Opening Borrowed Books After accepting a book offer. In the My Library screen. 3. In the My Library screen. Tap in the message window to enter a personal message to accompany the media. In the My Library screen. Return/Buy Borrowed Books 1. tap  Accept or Decline accordingly. 2. Tap Lend Book. Purchased books: The borrowed book is removed from My Library. Tap Lend books in the pop-up window. 5. To unlock and open the book for the first time. tap Lend/Return. 1. Tap next to a borrowed book. 21).  tap Return or Buy Now as desired. 21). Tap next to a book that you want to lend. Tap next to the offers you want to accept or decline. you must provide the default credit card name and number that is registered with your Barnes & Noble account. 3. Tap Check for offers in the pop-up window. You can use Get Books to download the book when the book becomes downloadable again in the future.  tap Lend.

Media is sorted by date. In the My Library screen.) Display Shelf 1. 4. Add New Bookshelf 1. or tap to delete from the bookshelf. Enter the desired bookshelf name (i.). 1.e. Drama.  tap the desired bookshelf to open. with your last read media in the top row and other downloaded media in rows 2-4. Quick Open another Bookshelf Tap the bookshelf name in the upper right of any bookshelf screen to display the list of all bookshelves.. tap Bookshelves. 3.e. Short Stories. Short Stories. Drama. (Use Manage Bookshelf to add media to the new bookshelf. etc. tap Bookshelves.. Tap to create the new bookshelf. Tap next to the bookshelf you want to add or remove media. Manage Bookshelf Use Manage Bookshelf to add to and remove media from bookshelves. 2. tap Title or Author to re-sort your media accordingly. etc. 2. Tap Save to update your bookshelf. 4. tap Bookshelves. Tap next to the bookshelf you want to display. tap Title or Author to re-sort your media accordingly. 25 .Bookshelves Use Bookshelves to create and manage personalized bookshelves into which you want to save your downloaded media (i. 5. 4. 3. 3. if desired. Tap next to the media you want to add to the bookshelf.  tap Manage Bookshelf.).  tap Display Shelf. In the My Library screen. 2. if desired. In the My Library screen.  The number of books within a bookshelf is displayed in the right column. Tap Add Shelf. The screen’s layout resembles the My Library screen. Media is sorted by date.

2. EPUB Methods that can be used to launch the Reader:  Select Reader from the Application Quick Launch Bar. tap Bookshelves. the last read media file opens. after downloading your media you can log into your Barnes & Noble online account and move the downloaded items into your Archive folder. 1. READER The Reader application is for displaying your digital media (eBooks. Tap Delete. see Settings> Subscriptions on page 40. To get non-active subscriptions and purchased single issues. 3. Tap next to the bookshelf you want to delete.  Digital media supported formats: PDF. Please wait…syncing with your Barnes & Noble account could take several minutes depending on how many downloadable items are in your download library.  You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network before you can perform the Check Subscriptions function. tap Check Subscriptions. 3.  To help speed up your future updates. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.Delete Shelf 1. In the My Library screen. use the Get Books feature (pg. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account. 26 . New releases and updates are reflected in row 2 on My Library screen. eMagazines. 2. Check Subscriptions You can check for newest issues of active eMagazine or eNewspaper subscriptions whenever desired. and eNewspapers). In the My Library screen.  If you want to set a time for automatic daily checks. 21).

 To highlight text.  Most books contain a Table of Contents with active chapter links. use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a desired page in a sample book. Tap anywhere on screen to close again. However. but will automatically reconnect when out of sleep mode (may take up to 30 seconds to reconnect). the Wi-Fi disconnects from the local network. and then select Add Note or Dictionary from the Reader Options window. Reader Function Menu appears at the top of the screen for 3 seconds and then auto hides. and then slide your finger across the text you want to highlight. sleep mode. Finger slide right-to-left for next page. Tap in the top row of the screen to re-display it. allowing you to simply tap the desired chapter/page that you want to view. You can also use the Go To feature in the Reader to jump to a desired page.  Sections of eMagazines and eNewspapers that contain linked topic headings are highlighted gray. Tap on a media icon in the Home or any Bookshelf screen. release. touch & hold until you hear the audible cue. When in 27 . Free Sample books do not have active links.  Slide & release the power button quickly to turn sleep mode on and off. release and select Highlight from the Reader Options window. tap on the topic heading to jump to the associated page.  To add a Note or access the Dictionary. touch & hold for the audible cue. Tap corner to bookmark and un-bookmark page (when Function Menu is not displayed). Finger slide upward from the bottom of the screen to display the Application Quick Launch Bar.

To re-display the Reader Function Menu. the music continues to play as background music.  tap My Library. Reader Function Menu In the Reader application. allowing you to quickly display a desired chapter/page. 2. The Table of Contents is displayed.Play Music in Background while Reading You can play music in the background as you read media files. Tap Music in the Application Quick Launch Bar. Contents Display the Table of Contents of the currently open media file.  tap Contents. select Music again from the Application Quick Launch Bar. tap on the top of the screen (except in top right corner). My Library To access My Library bookshelf while viewing a media page. While viewing a media page. To pause or stop the music. 3. you can bookmark pages. display the Reader Function Menu. 1. and then later quickly return to those pages. 1. 28 . and then auto hides. and highlight text on pages. tap on a chapter/page to display it. and then select the desired audio files to play. display the Reader Function Menu. add notes to pages. 4. Tap to minimize the Music Play screen. the Reader Function Menu is displayed at the top of the screen for 3 seconds. 2. Bookmarks/Notes/Highlights When desired. Open the desired media file in the Reader.

 tap Delete Selected. 5. The word related to the note is highlighted blue. next to desired bookmark. To bookmark a page.  tap Bookmarks. tap Delete. 4. 3.  tap Delete Selected. . To delete bookmarks. 3. 2. 3. Tap Notes. touch & hold on any word or touch. 3. 7. while displaying a bookmarked page. Display the Reader Function Menu. To display a list of all notes you have added to a media file. To scroll through selected notes. To jump to the page associated with a note. Tap next to the notes you want to view. On a page. indicating the page has been bookmarked. Add Note 1. 2. Tap Notes. To delete the currently viewed note. tap the upper right corner of the page. Tap into the note entry area to enter additional text. Tap Add Note. tap  tap View. you can quickly and easily make notes on pages for reference later. 29 . 2. tap 6. The Notes dialog window opens and the selected word(s) are in the note entry area. Tap next to the notes you want to delete.  tap Save. To display the list of all bookmarks you have created in the media you are currently viewing. tap View Page. A symbol is displayed. 4. 2. display the Reader Function Menu.Bookmarks 1. Delete Multiple Notes 1. display the Reader Function Menu. tap next to the desired bookmark. View Notes 1.  tap View. 4. tap on or while in the Bookmarks screen.  tap Bookmarks.  tap Bookmarks. The Notes dialog box displays the first note you selected. Notes As you read your media. hold & slide across multiple words to open the Reader options pop-up window. To return to a bookmarked page.

Tap next to the highlights you want to delete. 3. To jump to the page associated with a highlight. On a page. chapter. display the Reader Function Menu. Go To Use the Go To function for quick access to the Table of Contents. 4. Tap Highlights Off. a particular page. Create Highlights 1. To delete the currently viewed highlight. your text is highlighted yellow (normal view) or orange (night read). 6. tap Delete. Tap next to the highlights you want to view.Highlights As you read your media. Hide all Highlights 1. 3. Tap Highlights. display the Reader Function Menu. tap View Page. or string of text (word or phrase) within the document you are viewing.  tap Bookmarks. The Reader options pop-up window appears.  tap Bookmarks. To scroll through the selected highlights. Display the Reader Function Menu.  tap View. 30 . 2. hold & slide your finger across the text that you want to highlight.  tap Bookmarks. touch. Tap Highlights. Tap Highlights. tap 5. Delete Highlights 1. View Highlights 1. . To display the list of all highlights you have created in the media you are currently viewing. 3. 3. 2.  tap Delete Selected. 2. Tap Highlight. 2. you may want to highlight points of interest for later reference. To turn all highlights off in the currently open media file.

Enter the page or chapter number you want to view. tap Word. 3.  tap Cancel Find to return to the original page you were viewing.Display Table of Contents 1.  tap Go To. Tap Page. All instances of the found text are highlighted throughout the document. display the Reader Function Menu. 3. You can scroll through the pages for all highlighted text. 1. 2. 2. 31 . you can adjust the size of the onscreen text by changing the Font Size.  tap Go To. you can quickly return to the last page you were reading. Search for Specific Text 1. While viewing a media page. Font Size For optimal viewing. display the Reader Function Menu. Tap Last Read. display the Reader Function Menu. While viewing a media page.  tap GO. display the Reader Function Menu. and then that page becomes the current page. Jump to Page 1. Tap Contents to display the Table of Contents.  tap Go To. While viewing a media page. While viewing a media page. Last Read After performing searches.  tap GO. 2. 2. Tap the desired font size from the available list.  tap Font Size. Enter the desired text. 2. Tap top area of screen to display the top menu. 1. OR You can touch any of the highlighted text to automatically cancel the find mode. 4.  tap Go To.

1. while viewing a media page. Your device automatically scans the SD card to find digital printed media files (eBooks. the My Library screen displays the additional media icons. 1.  tap Unlock. display the Reader Function Menu. 3. the orientation of the screen automatically rotates from vertical to horizontal depending on how you hold your device. While viewing a media page.Night Read Night Read switches the background to black with white text. you can lock the screen in the desired orientation to prevent the auto-rotation (in Reader only). To switch back to normal view mode. display the Reader Function Menu. and eNewspapers). When desired. To lock.  tap ACCESS MEDIA ON SD CARD If desired. 2. Screen Orientation . However. To unlock. allowing you to view media without emitting as much light as the normal view mode. Night Read view mode is black background with white text. Insert your SD card into your device. if you open a different book. you can access your media directly on a SD card without importing the media into the internal memory.  Macintosh users must format SD cards using the FAT32 option in order for your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to read the card. if you change to Night Read while reading a book.  The “read mode” is remembered for each media file that you have read. tap Day Read. If appropriate files are found. Lock. 2. 4. For example. the default “Day Read” mode is in effect until you change to Night Read.Lock For optimal viewing while reading. Normal view mode is white background with black text.  tap Night Read. display the Reader Function Menu. Tap on the desired media icon to launch the Reader application. 32 . eMagazines. the mode is saved and is in effect when you re-open the same book.

Tap Go to go to the web site address.  Some websites have videos that use flash and the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l does not support flash video. do so now using the instructions on page 39. Go to a Web Site 1. Tap in the top URL entry field.  The Web feature requires a connection to a Wi-Fi network. the keypad appears so you can enter the desired web site address. 4.  While viewing the browser. 33 . Finger slide vertically to scroll the web page. If you have not set up your Wi-Fi network. Tap to Bookmark webpage Finger slide to display zoom magnifiers (on websites not designed for mobile devices) 2.WEB Use the Web feature to access the Internet and ‘surf the web’ and visit your favorite web sites. 3. Select Web from the Application Quick Launch Bar to launch the internet browser. you can turn your device to rotate the orientation of the screen from vertical to horizontal.

or delete bookmarks List of open browser windows You can have up to 8 browser windows open at a time Search for string of text on the current web page Displays Menu page 2 Stop Refresh Bookmarks Windows Find on page More 34 . use the browser Menu2>Settings>Default zoom.ZOOM Web Page Some websites have been designed specifically for electronic mobile devices. (This changes to Refresh when page is completely loaded. Menu page 1: Back Forward Displays previously displayed web page Returns to web page that was displayed before tapping Back to display the previous web page. Stop loading the web page currently being loaded. such as your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . These types of websites automatically fit to screen when they are displayed.) Refreshes the screen by re-loading the current web page. To zoom standard web sites. tap Menu to display the Options Menu. To set the desired zoom for websites designed for mobile devices. and then single-tap an area on a page to view the center of that area. Browser Menu In the browser screen. To un-zoom. Bookmark currently displayed web page. double-tap anywhere on the screen. access list of all bookmarks. Or you can double-tap on a section you want to view larger. finger slide on the screen to display the magnifiers in the lower right corner. Tap Menu again to hide the Options Menu. You can navigate around the web page by single-tapping on the section you are currently viewing.

including:  Page Content  Privacy  Security  Advanced Returns to Menu page 1 Settings More Bookmarks You can bookmark web pages that you visit and want quick access to later.. tap Menu. tap Menu. 2. If you want to rename the bookmark. URL address field. On the browser window. 35 . Tap Save. tap in upper left corner.e. The browser opens the selected web page. 3.  tap Bookmarks.  tap Add Boomark. Bookmark a Web Page 1. form fields) Set multiple browser settings. tap on the desired web page. Delete Web Page Bookmarks 1. Go to Bookmarked Web Page 1.  tap Bookmarks. On the browser window. 2. In an open browser window. tap in the Name field and enter the desired name. OR In an open browser window. tap Menu. 3. Select text on the current web page and paste into browser entry fields (i. In the Bookmarks window.Menu page 2: Back Forward Select text Displays previously displayed web page Returns to web page that was displayed before tapping Back to display the previous web page.  tap Bookmarks.

Touch. tap Menu. 4. tap Menu. 2. 3. to close the window and return to the web page. 2.  tap Select. All matching text is highlighted. 1. tap Menu. 2. In an open browser window. 1. Open New Window 1. In an open browser window. Tap to close the entry box and resume normal viewing. phrase.  tap Find. 3. 2. tap Menu.  tap Windows. tap Menu. In the Bookmarks. Find You can search for a string of text within the currently displayed web page. Tap New Window and then enter the new web site address. Browser Windows Up to the last 8 websites you have visited are cached and listed in the Windows screen allowing you to quickly return to them. On the browser window. 5. hold & slide your finger across the text you want to copy.).  tap Window. tap  tap Delete Selected. The keypad appears allowing you to enter the desired string of text (word. Select You can select the text of a web page address on the web page you’re viewing.  tap Window.2. Tap in the top URL entry field to enter the desired web site address. Close Windows 1. Tap on the window you want to view. 3. Tap Done on keypad to initiate the search. etc. If you want to scroll through multiple matches. Tap next to the bookmarks you want to delete. Tap at the right of the window you want to close. In an open browser window. Switch Windows 1. On the browser window. 36 . 2. tap or . and then you can paste the text into the browser entry field.

3. Tap into the URL entry field to bring up the keyboard. 4. Touch and hold in the top URL entry field to bring up the Edit text options. 5. Tap Paste. 6. Tap Go to go to the new web page.

Browser Settings
You can set browser settings to enhance your Internet browsing. On the browser window, tap Menu,  tap Settings.

Page Content Settings
Set the following options pertaining to viewing web pages:  Text size (display text as Tiny, Small, Normal, Large, Huge)  Default zoom (display page size Far, Medium, Close, especially useful for websites designed specifically for electronic mobile devices, pg. 34)  Text encoding (Latin, Unicode, Japanese)  Open pages in overview (show overview of newly opened pages)  Block pop-up windows (prevents pop-up windows from automatically displaying when web pages include them)  Load images (display images if included on web pages)  Auto-fit pages (automatically fit the webpage to the screen)  Landscape-only display (display pages only in the wider, landscape screen orientation)  Enable JavaScript (allows JavaScripts to run if included on web page)  Enable plug-ins  Open in background (open new window when you select a link on a web page, rather than replace the current web page)  Set home page (desired web page to be displayed when browser opens)

Privacy Settings
Set the following options pertaining to your privacy level when viewing web pages:  Enable location (allow sites to request access to your location)  Remember form data (remembers data you entered into forms for later use)  Accept cookies (allow websites to save and read “cookie” data from your device whenever you visit their site)  Clear cache (delete all cached information from visited web pages)  Clear history (clears the browser navigation history)  Clear all cookie data (clears all browser cookies that have been saved)
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 Clear form data (clears all the saved form data)  Clear location access (clears location access for all websites)

Security Settings
Set the following options pertaining to the security level when logging into secure web pages:  Remember passwords (saves your user names and passwords for all websites that require that information when establishing accounts with them)  Show security warning (alerts you of a problem with website’s security)  Clear passwords (clears all the saved usernames and passwords)

Advanced Settings
Set the following advanced options:  Website settings (view advanced settings for individual websites)  Reset to default (clears all browser data and resets to default settings)

SETTINGS
Settings>General
1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar,  tap General. 2. Tap in the Registered to field to enter your name as the owner of this device. 3. Tap in the Time Zone field to select the correct time zone for your location. If necessary, tap in the Date and Time fields to set the current date and time. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. 4. Select your desired time format: 12HR = 12:00am-12:00pm (default) 24HR = 12:00-24:00 5. Tap in the Language field to select desired language. **Only English available at this time. Multiple languages will be available with future firmware updates.** 6. Tap to adjust the screen brightness. When Auto Brightness is selected, your device senses the light exposure and automatically adjusts the screen’s brightness accordingly (i.e., in dark environments the screen automatically brightens). next to Keyboard and System Sounds if you want to turn the keypad 7. Tap click and system sounds OFF (i.e., end of row ding, warning ding, etc.).

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Settings>Calibrate Touch Screen
If you notice that the touch screen is not responding accurately, you may need to re-calibrate the touch screen sensors. 1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar,  tap Calibrate. 2. Tap Calibrate to perform the calibration. 3. When the pop-up windows appear, use a pointed device to accurately tap the “+” in the designated spots on the screen. 4. If calibration is successful, you can resume normal use. If unsuccessful, repeat the calibration again.

Settings>Network
In order to connect to the Internet, you must have a Wi-Fi network set up on your pandigital novel. 1. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar,  tap Network. 2. The device scans and lists all local Wi-Fi Networks found. A indicates secure networks that require login name/password to connect. 3. Tap the desired network to which you want to connect,  enter the Network Password if applicable. 4. Tap to close the Settings screen.
 If your Wi-Fi network is set as hidden, it won’t be found by the auto scan. Tap

Other and then enter the network name and key,  tap Save.

 (Advanced): After saving the Wi-Fi network, you can change your network

settings by selecting Manual Setup, and then follow the prompts.

Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspot
If you are connecting via a public Wi-Fi hotspot, it may be necessary to immediately launch the browser and provide the hotspot login information prior to having an active internet connection. 1. Follow steps 1-5 above to select the hotspot Wi-Fi network. 2. Select Web from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 3. Enter the login information as required by the hotspot.

Turn Wi-Fi Off
There may be times when you want to prevent your device from connecting to a Wi-Fi network, even if you’ve set the network up on your device.

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tap = Connected at the right of Wi-Fi is on.  tap Photos. and then into the time entry field to set the time for daily checks to be performed. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar.On the Select a Wi-Fi Network screen. 1. Wi-Fi turned ON = Not connected and Wi-Fi turned OFF (power saver) Settings>Subscriptions You can set times for automatic daily checks for newest issues of active eMagazine or eNewspaper subscriptions.  Auto check times must be at least 1 hour apart. 2.  The Wi-Fi icon on the top of screens indicates the status as follows: = Not connected. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar. st 3.  You can also check your subscriptions manually whenever desired using My Library> Check Subscriptions (pg. 40 . Tap Display Current Date and Time if you want to display the current time with your photos during your slideshows (default = On). Tap the desired Slideshow Interval to set the speed at which the slideshow photos transition from one to another (default = 5 seconds).  tap Subscriptions. Settings>Photos Use these functions to set your Slideshow preferences. Tap the desired Slideshow Transition to set the special effects as slideshow photos transition from one to another (default = Random).26). 5. Tap next to 1 check. Settings>Alarm Refer to Alarm section beginning on page 52. 4. Schedule Automatic Checks 1. 4. Tap next to Subscription Auto Check. 3. 2. Tap Enable Music with Slideshow if you want to play background music with your slideshows (default = On). repeat step 3 for 2nd check. If you want two daily checks.  When the auto check begins.

 tap Support. Wi-Fi network. Select your desired time format: 12HR = 12:00am-12:00pm (default) 24HR = 12:00-24:00 7. eMagazines and eNewspapers) will be deleted. 3. WARNING! All Barnes & Noble account information will be deleted. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar.) 5. 2. Tap Save. tap in the Time Zone. 6. 1. Settings>Reset Defaults  Resetting the defaults changes general settings back to the factory pre-set defaults (i. Tap YES to confirm the reset. We recommend that you back up all emedia to your computer before resetting the defaults. The HOME screen is displayed.. Settings>Support Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar. In the Date/Time screen. 8. (Multiple languages will be available with future firmware updates. and Time fields to set the correct time for your location. 41 . Tap Reset.6. All personal settings will be deleted (i. Note: If you do not backup the emedia you downloaded from your Barnes & Noble account.e. if necessary.) All emedia (eBooks. The device restarts. alarms. etc. by Date or by Name. Tap desired order in which you want your photos displayed in the Photo Gallery screen. Adobe DRM Activation records will be deleted. 4. email account.e.  select Reset Defaults. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account. The information listed on the Technical Support Information screen may be required if you contact Technical Support. you can simply re-download it after you reset the device. Date. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. tap Save with English selected. slideshow preferences).. In the Language screen.

Select the desired media source from which you want to play your audio files. 5. To play all songs listed. When Shuffle is off. To play audio files continuously. To play audio files in random order. 4. 8. 6.  tap Play. tap next to the desired song files. If you have an SD card inserted. audio files play in the order listed in the Music List. selected audio files play once and then stop. 2. 3. tap on the song listing. tap Shuffle to turn on ( = on).MUSIC These audio file formats are supported: MP3. AAC and OGG Methods that can be used to add audio files to your Music List:  Import audio files from an SD card  Save audio files from email attachments  Download audio files from online music websites Play Music 1. tap Repeat to turn on ( = on). 42 . Tap Artist or Title at the top of the screen to sort songs accordingly. To play selected songs. WAV. When Repeat is off. 7. To play one song. The Music Play screen is displayed. tap Play without selecting any songs. Select Music from the Application Quick Launch Bar. The Music List screen is displayed. a Select Media Source pop-up window appears.

to minimize the Music Play screen. etc.  tap Play. 2. select Music from the Application Quick Launch Bar. The music continues to play as Tap background music for the Reader and photo slideshows if you have selected Enable Music with Slideshow (pg. specific artist.  You can also use the volume buttons on the side of your device to adjust the volume.e. next to the desired song files. tap Playlist. allowing you to play the selected list at any time (i. Tap Add to Playlist. In the Music List screen. and use the volume control panel to adjust the volume. 40). next to the desired audio files to you want to  Removing audio files from the Playlist does not delete them from the 43 .  To return to the Music List screen. tap  tap Delete Selected. play previous/next audio file. tap Play without selecting any songs. tap Menu. To return to the Music application again. tap on the song listing. To play one song. tap Remove songs from Playlist In the Playlist screen.. In the Music List screen tap 2. To play all songs listed. Add songs to Playlist 1. your favorites. Play songs in Playlist 1. main Music List.). tap remove from the Playlist. To play selected songs.Use the control panel to pause/play. next to the song titles you want to add. next to the desired audio files to delete. you can build a separate playlist of selected audio files from your Music List. specific genre. Delete Audio Files In the Music List screen. Playlist If desired.

and adjust the volume. 2.264 Methods that can be used to add videos to the internal memory:  Import video files from an SD card  Save video files from email attachments  Download videos from online video websites  While viewing videos. Tap on a video to select it. 4.263 and H. Video Navigation Bar While your video is playing.  tap Play. The video navigation bar automatically closes after 3 seconds of inactivity. If you have an SD card inserted. Select Videos from the Application Quick Launch Bar. VIDEOS The video file format supported: MPEG4. 720 * 480 (D1) resolution. play previous/next video. a Select Media Source pop-up window appears. tap bottom of screen area to display the video navigation bar. you can turn your device to rotate the orientation of the screen from vertical to horizontal. The Video Gallery screen is displayed. H. select the desired media source from which you want to play your video files. Play Video 1. tap Artist or Title to return to the Music List screen. 3. Use the controls to pause/play. 44 .  You can also use the volume buttons on the side of your device to adjust the volume.Return to Music List In the Playlist screen.

tap on the desired photos. If you have an SD card inserted.  tap to stop the video and go back to the Video Gallery. tap Select All. 2.  tap View. 1. a Select Media Source pop-up window appears. Delete from Video Library In the Video Gallery screen: 1. To delete all videos. To delete selected videos. 55)  Save photos files from email attachments  Download photos from your favorite online photo sharing websites Photo Gallery  While viewing your photos. 45 . you can turn your device to rotate the orientation of the screen from vertical to horizontal. 4. and non-animated GIF The following methods can be used to add photos to the internal memory:  Import photos from an SD card (pg. and then Delete Selected. 2. tap on the desired video files you want to delete. tap on the screen to display the Photo Function Menu at the top of the screen. 3. The Photo Gallery screen is displayed.  tap Delete Selected. To view a photo in full-screen. PNG. When a photo is displayed in full-screen mode. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar. BMP. select the desired media source from which you want to view your photos.Stop Video Tap the bottom of the screen area to display the video navigation bar. PHOTOS These photo file formats are supported: JPEG.

To play a slideshow of selected photos. internal memory. tap multiple times until desired orientation is achieved.. Switch the screen brightness from normal brightness to very dim Display previous photo listed in Photo Gallery Display next photo listed in Photo Gallery Resume slideshow after a pause caused by displaying the Photo Function Menu (Internal Memory Only) Delete displayed photo (SD Card only) Import photo into the internal memory (pg. 46 . tap Slideshow. music automatically plays when you start your slideshow. 47) Slideshow Delete Import Play Slideshow  You can set photo slideshow display functions through Settings> Photos (pg. in the Photo Gallery screen. SD card).40). To play a slideshow of all photos. tap on each photo you want to include. simply tap anywhere in the upper screen area. Rotated version is saved.e. Play Music with Slideshow If music files are stored on the media source being used for your photo slideshow (i. To re-display it during a slideshow.  tap Slideshow.Photo Function Menu Options Back Zoom Rotate Dim Previous Next Return to Photo Gallery Enlarge the photo up to 4X Rotate photo 90 degrees clockwise. When a slideshow begins. the Photo Function Menu appears at the top of the screen for 4 seconds. and then disappear.

 tap Photos.To disable this function: 1. Import Photos You can import individual photos from your SD card into the internal memory when desired. In the Photo Gallery screen. 3. In the Set Wallpaper screen. tap on the desired photo that you want as your wallpaper. Set Wallpaper You can assign any photo from the internal memory or SD card as your display wallpaper. 2. Select Settings from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 2. 2. Insert your SD card. Indicates selected as wallpaper 5. 1. Tap next to Enable Music with Slideshow to disable it. Tap to return to the Photo Gallery screen. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 1. 4. 47 . Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar. tap Internal Memory in the Select Media Source pop-up window. If you have an SD card inserted. tap Set Wallpaper.

see below). not from SD cards. 2. Delete Photos You can only delete photos from the internal memory. EMAIL  POP3. 5.com). if you need to change the server settings tap Manual Setup and make necessary changes (i. tap Select All  Import Selected. OR To import selected photos. In the Photo Gallery screen.. Setup New or Add Accounts You can enter multiple personal email addresses that you would like to access through your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . 1. 4.e. 3. Tap into the Email address field to launch the keyboard. Manual Setup (optional): The server settings are automatically populated based on your email account provider (i.  If new email arrives. SMTP.  tap Import Selected. Gmail.  enter your email address. check with your email provider to make sure their servers support free accounts on Post Office Protocol (POP) or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). Tap SD Card in the Select Media Source pop-up window. Yahoo! Plus accounts require manual settings. 6. to import all photos. In the Photo Gallery screen.  tap Delete Selected. 4. Tap Internal Memory in the Select Media Source pop-up window.e. 48 . 2.  After setup. an email notification symbol appears in the upper left corner of the screen. if you are unable to connect to a free email account. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar. IMAP and Exchange accounts are supported. tap on the photo(s) you want to delete.3. 3. Tap Next. tap on each photo you want to import. 1. Tap into the Password field and enter your email password.. Tap Save. Select Photos from the Application Quick Launch Bar. However.

If you set up an email account during the initial setup. next to the email account. Yahoo! Plus accounts must use the following data when setting up your email account.mail.com  Use SSL  Port: 995 Outgoing Mail Server Settings      SMTP server: plus.  tap Add Account. 3.yahoo. Incoming Mail Server Settings  POP server: pop.Set up Yahoo! Plus Account  Your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l does not support free Juno email accounts. 2.mail.juno.com Use SSL Port: 465 Use Authentication Account Name/Login Name: Your Yahoo! Mail ID (your email address without the “@yahoo. for example “testing80”)  Email Address: Your Yahoo! Mail address (for example. Platinum or Turbo Juno accounts must use the following data when setting up your email account. testing80@yahoo. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 49 .comnovel Outgoing Mail Server Settings  SMTP server: authsmtp.juno. or would like to set up a new account. or tap  tap Inbox.  If you did not set up an email account during the initial setup.yahoo.com”. Incoming Mail Server Settings  POP server: plus.com Email Inbox 1. Tap directly on the email account. it is listed in the Email Accounts screen. tap Settings.smtp.com)  Password: Your Yahoo! Mail password Set up Juno Platinum or Turbo Account  Your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l does not support free yahoo email accounts.pop.

) 3. tap Folders. 2. 7. photo files into Photos folder. Tap Send when ready to send your email. If you do not want to send or save the message. tap Add Attachment to attach a file. tap on an email to open it. tap Previous or Next. in the Inbox. Add Senders to Contacts 1. If desired. tap next to the desired email messages.  To retrieve draft messages. Compose New Email Message 1. 3. name. Tap in the To/CC/BCC entry field and then enter the recipient’s email address. 5. If you want to delete the message. Tap in the Subject entry field to enter your desired subject title. etc. If you want to add additional contact information (i. Tap Reply to reveal and select the reply options:  Reply  Reply all  Forward  Save Attachments  Attachment files must be of a supported format in order to be saved in your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . The email address is saved. use the Contacts feature (pg. 2.  tap Drafts. OR Tap Add Contacts to select the recipient(s) from your Contacts list.. 56).) to this contact. 5. tap Compose.Open Email Message 1. 6. Save files into the respective folders (i. To display the previous or next email message listed in the Inbox. In the Inbox screen. address. tap Discard. 4.  tap the desired folder name..  tap Add to Contacts. 4. If you want to add senders’ email addresses to your Contacts list. You can save your message without sending it by tapping Save Draft.e. etc. tap Folders.e. If you want to add this message to a folder. tap Delete. phone. 8. 50 . In the Inbox screen. 2. Tap in the message area to enter your personal message.

your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l has default folders.  tap the desired folder into which you want to move the email. Gmail. etc.  tap Set as Default.  tap Folders. 1. Set Default Account One email address must be designated as the default account. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 51 .. tap Folders. The server settings are automatically populated based on your email account provider (i. Enter your desired folder name. tap Folders. Move Multiple Emails to Folder 1.Folders To help you keep your email messages organized. 2. In the Inbox screen. In the Inbox screen. 1.  tap Delete Account. In Inbox screen. However. you can make changes to the server settings as desired. Edit Email Account Information 1.  tap . yahoo. On the Email Accounts screen. 2. 3. tap next to the desired emails. In the Folders screen. Tap on the account you want to edit.  tap Account Settings. Tap next to the desired accounts to delete. so if you have multiple email accounts you can designate any one as the default. Select Email from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 3. 3. Delete Email Accounts  If you have multiple accounts. 1. 2. 2. 2.e. tap an email to open it. and you delete the account designated as the default account. Tap next to the desired account to set as default. In the Inbox screen. 2. tap Settings. Move Single Email to Folder 1. On the Email Accounts screen. tap Settings. tap the desired folder name into which you want to move the selected emails. Tap Folders. and you can create personalized folders into which you can move your emails. the next email listed is automatically set as the default.). if necessary.

Tap in the Time entry field to enter the time. Tap Tone or Music for desired alert sound as follows:  Tone = default tone  Music = plays the last song found in the internal memory or on your SD card. a pop-up window with the alarm information appears. Select Alarm from the Application Quick Launch Bar. If you delete the account that was designated as the default account. Tap Set Alarm Volume  The alarm volume only affects the default tone alert. In the Alarm screen. Tap next to the alarm to activate it. ALARM  This clock icon displayed at the top of screens indicates that one or more alarms have been set and are active. 3. to close the 52 . Tap Add Alarm. Add Alarm 1.  tap alert window. tap to adjust the volume of the tone. Lunch Meeting). 10. 8. 7. Tap Save. If you select Music but the there are no audio files in the internal memory or on your SD card. 5. If you want the alarm to alert repeatedly on specific days. tap above the desired days. 9.. Tap in the Label entry field to enter the desired descriptive label for the alert (i. the default tone is used instead. If you select Music the volume is controlled through the Music settings (see pg 42). 4. Repeat steps 2-8 to set up more alarms. Shut Off Alarm Alert When a scheduled alarm is activated. the next email listed is automatically designated as the default. 6.e. Tap on the Alarm pop-up window to stop the alert. 2. to close the Add Alarm screen.

2. In the Edit Alarm screen. 2. tap on the alarm you want to edit. In the Edit Alarm screen. tap on the alarm you want to delete. tap 2. next to the alarm(s) you want to de-activate.  The blue colored date is current date. In the Alarm screen. 53 . In the Alarm screen. In the Alarm screen. tap Delete. Delete Alarm 1. 1. CALENDAR Select Calendar from the Application Quick Launch Bar.  Dates with a colored triangle in corner have scheduled events. make desired edits  tap Save. De-Activate Alarms You may have instances where you want to temporarily de-activate alarms rather than delete them.Edit Alarm 1. Tap to re-activate.

tap in each entry field to enter the desired event information  tap Save. SEARCH You can search for text within media file names or text within eBook titles in the Bookstore row on the HOME screen. 1. Tap to return to the Calendar screen. On the Calendar screen. Tap Dismiss to cancel the alert. tap on the date with the event you want to edit. Select Search from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 2. Edit Event 1. 54 . Tap Snooze if you want to be reminded again in 10 minutes. tap on the date with the event you want to delete. tap on the date to which you want to add an event. Delete Events Delete Single Event 1. 2. tap Delete. 3. In the Add Event screen. Tap next to each event you want to delete  tap Delete Selected. Tap 3. 3. tap Manage Events. On the Calendar screen. On the Calendar screen. to return to the Calendar screen. In the Edit Event screen. Snooze or Cancel Event Alert When a scheduled event is activated. Delete Multiple Events 1.  tap Save. 2. On the Calendar screen. a pop-up window with the event information appears. Tap to return to the Calendar screen. In the Edit Events screen. tap in entry fields that you want to change. Tap to return to the Calendar screen.Add Event 1. 2. 3.

IMPORT SD CARD You can quickly and easily import all media files of selected media types from your SD card. 2. For example. myebook. Music.jpg. Open the Application Quick Launch Bar and then select Import SD.pdf. Tap Import. 3. you are presented with an ‘unlock’ message. or Videos. Tap the desired word from the matching word list. 3. DICTIONARY The built-in dictionary allows you to quickly and conveniently look up the definition of words. sorted according to Bookstore. either within the media you are viewing or any other words. Books. Insert your SD card. 2. 3. matching words appear. Photos. Tap in the word entry field. the image file must be named the same as the eBook files. 1. Select Dictionary from the Application Quick Launch Bar. Tap Search to search for text within media file names. or tap Bookstore to search for text within an eBook title.  Macintosh users must format SD cards using the FAT32 option in order for your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to read the card. Tap New Search to clear the entry field and display the keyboard again. 4. 1. 5.2. otherwise they are not recognized by the device. Enter the credit card name/number that was used to purchase the book. myebook. tap All to import all files of all media types. 4. 55 . The search results are displayed.  The first time you open an imported book.  If you import eBooks with eBook cover images. File names should NOT include special characters. 4. In the Import Media window. the definition appears and the keyboard disappears. Tap into the search entry field and enter the desired text. or tap next to only the desired media type(s). Tap on a listed file to access it. As you begin to enter text.

In the Contacts screen. 56 . Select Contacts from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 2. In the Edit Contact screen. 3. tap in each entry field to enter the contact information. In the Edit Contact screen. tap on the desired contact name to edit. CONTACTS You can create an address book of your personal contacts. Tap Save. 2. including personal notes as desired. Edit Contacts 1. In the Contacts screen. tap Add Contact. Add New Contacts 1. tap in the entry fields to change or add information.STOCKS Select Stocks from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 50). Delete Contacts 1. In the Add Contact screen. Tap Save. 2. tap the desired contact name to delete. tap Delete. FACEBOOK Select Facebook from the Application Quick Launch Bar to launch the internet browser and immediately go to the FACEBOOK login page on their website. 3.  You can also add contact email addresses directly from received emails (pg. The browser launches and displays a popular Finance webpage so you can check the status of stock offerings. In the Contacts screen.

net/support.WEATHER Select Weather from the Application Quick Launch Bar. The browser launches and displays a popular Weather webpage so you can check the weather forecasts of desired locations. Once open. GAMES The following pre-loaded games are provided for your entertainment:  Solitaire  Link Up To view the game rules and instructions. Click the Downloads tab on the Support page. Mac OSX 57 .pandigital.  tap Help. Connect to Computer You can connect your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to a Windows or Macintosh computer via a USB cable to copy files between the two devices. The User Guide is also posted on our website: www. USER GUIDE The full p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l User Guide is included as a book in your My Library bookshelf. You can view it by tapping on the User Guide book cover.  Compatible with operating systems: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7. launch the desired game. you can use the standard Reader functions to search and navigate through the document in the same manner as your downloaded media files.

simply click Cancel.). etc. OGG)  Videos (MPEG4) 3. If a message appears advising you to install a Driver for your device. myebook. it must be named the same as the eBook file and both files must be copied into the eBooks folder.jpg. Disconnect from PC It is important to always perform a safe PC ‘release’ before disconnecting the USB cable from the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and computer. and the larger end to an available USB port on your computer.e. 2.  The device only recognizes files that are of a supported format and resides in the appropriate pre-assigned folder (i. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l mini USB port. For example. 58 . WAV.pdf. AAC.  If you want your eBook to use a specific eBook cover image. BMP. EPUB) Photos (JPG. non-animated GIF) Music (MP3. There are 4 pre-assigned folders listed under PD_NOVEL:  eBooks (PDF. the files are not recognized. PNG. Example of Windows Vista message: Click Cancel In Windows Explorer. JPEG. 4. otherwise they are not recognized by the device.Connect to Windows PC 1. select and drag the desired files to any desired location on your computer. PD_NOVEL is listed as one of the drives connected to your computer. select and drag the   desired files into the appropriate pre-assigned folder based on file type.. photo files must be in Photos folder. File names may NOT include special characters. If you create any other folders or sub folders under the preassigned folders. To copy files from your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l into your computer. myebook. To copy files into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l .

and then click Stop to disconnect. Windows XP 1. 4. Music. Select the storage device corresponding with the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . When the message “This device can now be safely removed from the computer” appears. 59 .Windows 7 1. they will not be recognized.pdb format. you can disconnect the USB cable from your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and computer. 2. 2. click the hardware removal icon. You should always use Get Books to download eBooks directly from your Barnes & Noble download library into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . Click Close. If you copy the . On the Windows System Tray. Windows VISTA 1. A final dialog box opens. Drag and drop files between the two devices as you normally move files. 3. When the message “Safe to Remove Hardware” appears. 2. 1. you can disconnect the USB cable from your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and computer. On the Windows System Tray. Macintosh recognizes the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l as an external storage device titled PD_NOVEL. 5. click the hardware removal icon. click the hardware removal icon. 3.pdb formatted eBooks into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . and the larger end to an available USB port on your computer. On the Windows System Tray. When the message “It is now Safe to Disconnect Hardware” appears. 3. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l mini USB port. Click the Eject Removable Disk message corresponding with the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l device drive. Video and Photo files can be copied from a Macintosh computer into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l as long as they are in a supported file format. 3. Click Remove Hardware Safely. Connect to Macintosh Computer  eBooks downloaded from Barnes & Noble to a Macintosh computer are saved in an unsupported . you can disconnect the USB cable from your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and computer. 2. Click the Safely remove USB mass Storage device message corresponding with the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l device drive.

 click Finished. select the PD_NOVEL icon on your desktop and press Command-e to eject the disk. 60 . To safely disconnect from your Macintosh. drag and drop the eBooks from the ADE collection into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l device (titled PD_NOVEL). Disconnect the USB cable. 3. 2. You can register an account and download the Installer software at: http://www. To use ADE. Start ADE on your computer. 2.adobe. Tap next to desired eBook. Click Authorize Device. The books you transferred to PD_NOVEL are listed. ADE detects your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and displays the Device Setup Assistant.com/products/digitaleditions Authorize your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l for ADE After you authorize your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . 4. 3. Transfer eBooks from ADE into your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l 1. you need a free Adobe account. it appears as a device in ADE (titled PD_NOVEL). Connect your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to your computer using the USB cable. When the icon is no longer on the desktop. 2.Disconnect from Macintosh 1. 2. it is safe to unplug the USB cable. Adobe Digital Editions Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) is software for viewing and managing eBooks and other digital content. Read Adobe eBooks 1. Select Adobe® eBooks from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 1.  tap View. You can then copy eBooks from your ADE collection to your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and vice versa. With your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l still connected to the computer.

Use this method to quickly and easily upgrade your firmware by using the Upgrade application in your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l .Adobe® eBooks application open when you connect your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to the computer.  If you already have the Delete Adobe eBooks 1. Wi-Fi network. bookmarks.  tap Delete. etc.  Personal settings will be deleted during the upgrade process (i. If an eBook is returned in ADE before it expires. 2. Use the Upgrade Application in your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l  You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network to use this option. 2010 retain your eBook annotations (last read page. eMagazines and eNewspapers. B&N login. it may be an expired book or the activation record has been erased. it will also expire on your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . and you won’t be able to read it. the books you transfer from ADE do not appear in the list of ADE eBooks after you disconnect from the computer until you exit the Adobe® eBooks application and then launch it again. alarms. 61 .). If an Adobe eBook has an expiration date.  If you attempt to open a book but an error message states the book cannot be opened. make sure your pandigital n o v e l is fully charged or connected to the power adaptor. ADE updates the status of the returned eBook on your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l .. You can use one of the following methods to upgrade your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l firmware. Re-start your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l and then re-connect to the computer to re-activate the authorization.  Firmware upgrades dated after August 6. highlights and notes) and periodical dates associated with your downloaded eBooks. Select Adobe® eBooks from the Application Quick Launch Bar. the next time you connect your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to your computer. UPGRADE FIRMWARE  Before you perform a firmware upgrade. Tap next to the eBook(s) you want to delete. email account. Find your current firmware version under Settings>Support.e.

the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. When asked to Save or Run. 8. 2. and Time fields to set the correct time for your location. Tap Save. tap Save with English selected (multiple languages will be available in future firmware upgrades). 6. In the Language setup screen. In the Date/Time screen. you must connect your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l to a PC and then run a downloader program which automatically downloads the firmware to your device. 6. 62 . Your device is upgraded and restarts automatically. In the Date/Time screen. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account. tap in the Time Zone. Press the Volume + key plus slide the power key on simultaneously for 5 seconds. turn your device off. After the download is complete. Tap the SD download appropriate for your model. tap in the Time Zone. Upgrade via PC  This option is for Windows PC only at this time. and Time fields to set the correct time for your location.pandigital. if necessary. select Run. On your computer. In the Language setup screen. The HOME screen is displayed. the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location. go to www. tap Save with English selected (other languages will be available in future firmware upgrades). 10. Date. 7. 9. Date.net/downloads. The browser opens the Downloads page on the Pandigital website. With this method. 4. 11. 4. 8. if necessary. 3. After the upgrade file has been successfully downloaded. Follow the prompts in the Upgrader window to download the firmware into your device. 7.1. Your device is upgraded and restarts automatically. 5. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account. 9. and then release both. 2. 5. Press the Volume + key plus slide the power key on simultaneously for 5 seconds. Choose the “Upgrade with Your PC” option. Tap Save. The My Library is automatically updated and then the HOME screen is displayed. 1. and then release both. Select Upgrade from the Application Quick Launch Bar. 3. turn your device off.

) Q: My unit seems to be frozen and is un-responsive. import media from your SD card. Q: How do I contact Customer Support? A: If this FAQ section doesn’t answer your questions.Frequently Asked Questions BASIC FUNCTIONALITY Q: Do I have to charge the battery before use? A: Yes. Q: I have attempted to perform a firmware upgrade and consistently fails. and wait for the HOME screen to be displayed. turn the device on. Connect the device to the power adapter and then try again. 63 . MY LIBRARY Q: Why can’t I connect to the Barnes & Noble website to update My Library even though my device is connected to a Wi-Fi network? A: Check your Date & Time. as they MUST be set correctly for your location in order to connect with the Barnes & Noble website. This device does not charge via the USB cable. or copy media files from your computer. Charge the battery for at least 4 hours using the power adapter. Q: Can I create personal bookshelves for organizing my media? A: Yes. What do I do? A: Reset the device by poking a straightened paper clip into the small reset hole on the top of your device. it should be [ver#]. you can contact Customer Support at 1-800-715-5354. A: a) If the device has a low battery charge.zip. On the My Library screen. and then turn the device back on. Q: Is it easy to set up my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: Yes! Plug in the device to charge the battery. you may not be able to perform a successful upgrade. tap Bookshelves (pg. BOOKSTORE (Barnes & Noble) Q: Why can’t I connect to the Barnes & Noble website to update the Bookstore even though my device is connected to a Wi-Fi network? A: Check your Date & Time. b) Check the SD card to be sure it contains the proper upgrade file. as they MUST be set correctly for your location in order to connect with your Barnes & Noble account. (You can use the device while the battery is charging. Q: How do I add media to My Library? A: You can download media from Barnes & Noble. 25).

eMagazines. a factory reset occurs which deletes all your personal data (see Reset Defaults. Q: Can I use multiple Barnes & Noble accounts to download to my device? A: Yes. Q: When it’s not visible. pg. tap No to keep the currently saved Barnes & Noble account. be advised that if you switch accounts. The first time you log into one of your accounts. and tap OK to confirm the download. Q: Can I receive books from my friends & family? A: Yes.Q: Do I need an account with Barnes & Noble to download from their site? A: Yes. you can enter the new account login information when prompted. your login information is saved for convenience with future downloads. 64 . Use Lend/Return Books function (pg. 23). Barnes & Noble determines which books are “lendable”. Or you can tap on a book cover in the My Library screen. Q: What types of media files are compatible with my p a n d i g i t a l novel? A: PDF. When prompted for the factory reset. Or you can tap on a book cover in the Bookstore row on the Home screen. which launches the Barnes & Noble website. DIGITAL PRINTED MEDIA (eBooks. Refer to the Lend/Return Books function to return books that have been lent to you (pg. how do I display the Application Quick Launch Bar? A: Simply finger slide upward (using your fingernail) from the bottom of the screen. and then select BUY NOW from the description window that appears. 41). You need an account and media in your Barnes & Noble download library before you can download into your device. 23). when the login screen appears you can replace the existing login information with a different ID and Password when desired. However. if you have multiple B&N accounts. eNewspapers) Q: How do I purchase books from Barnes & Noble? A: You can tap Shop B&N on the Application Quick Launch Bar. and then select the books you want to download. EPUB Q: How does the Lend/Return Books feature work? A: You can lend “lendable” books to your friends and family that have been purchased from Barnes & Noble. However. CAUTION: If you want to switch to a different Barnes & Noble account. Q: How do I download books to my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l after I purchase them from Barnes & Noble? A: You can tap Get Books on the My Library screen.

28). READER Q: Can I view media files in either vertical or horizontal orientation? A: Yes. 60). digital media (eBooks. tap to minimize the Music play screen. Use either Bookmarks (pg. Q: How long can I lend or keep a borrowed book? A: Two (2) weeks. such as a Nook? A: Yes. simply turn your device while viewing these types of media. ADOBE DIGITAL EDITIONS (ADE) Q: Are Adobe Digital Editions books compatible with the pandigital novel? A: Yes. Refer to Adobe Digital Editions section (pg. Q: Can I easily jump to a specific page? A: Yes.pdf format.Q: Can I loan or borrow books from other brands of eReaders. 65 .  tap Font Size. eMagazines. Q: Does the pandigital novel support eBooks borrowed from a public library using a global distributor such as Overdrive. Q: Can I change the size of the displayed text? A: Yes. Q: How do I display the Application Quick Launch Bar while reading? A: Simply finger slide upward (using your fingernail) from the bottom of the screen. Simple play your music. Q: Does the pandigital novel support ADE eBooks which have DRM on them? A: Yes. To automatically switch viewing orientation. Tap at the top of the screen to display the Reader Function Menu. A symbol is displayed. 28) or the Go To function (pg. Q: How do I bookmark a page? A: Tap the upper right corner of the page. Q: Can I play music and read at the same time? A: Yes. eNewspapers) or photos. indicating the page has been bookmarked (pg. Tap the desired font size from the drop-down list. 30). as long as the eBook is in . Download to ADE and then download to device. Q: How do I display the Reader Function Menu while reading? A: Simply tap anywhere in the top screen area.epub or .com? A: Yes.

touch & hold on the word you want to look up. Tap Dictionary in the Reader options pop-up window that appears (pg. 66 . 37). touch & hold on a word that is related to the note. There are multiple settings you can set as desired.Q: Can I highlight text on a page? A: Yes. WEB Q: Do I need a Wi-Fi adapter to connect to the Internet? A: No. 36). Q: Can I search a web page for specific text? A: Yes. Use the Find on Page function (pg. otherwise the device will not read the card. hold & slide your finger across the text that you want to highlight. 36). Q: Can I read books stored on my SD card? A: Yes.35). up to 8 windows (pg. To adjust the zoom on these types of websites. Q: Can I change browser settings? A: Yes. On a page. you must use the FAT32 option when formatting the SD card. The Wi-Fi adapter is built-in to your pandigital novel. and they automatically fit to screen. Q: Can I add a note to a page? A: Yes. Tap Highlight in the Reader options pop-up window that appears (pg. On a page. including privacy & security options (pg. Q: Does the Reader have a built-in Dictionary? A: Yes. Q: Can I bookmark web pages? A: Yes. On a page. it’s recommended that you import the book into your pandigital novel so it is available after you remove the SD card. Q: Why do some websites zoom and others don’t? A: Some websites have been designed specifically for electronic mobile devices such as your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l . Use the browser Bookmarks function (pg. Q: Why doesn’t my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l read my SD card? A: If you create a SD card using a Macintosh computer. touch. Use the Reader options pop-up window that appears (pg. Q: Why can’t I view some videos on websites? A: Some websites have videos that use flash and the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l does not support flash video. use the browser Menu2>Settings>Default zoom. 28). however. Q: Can I have multiple browser windows open at the same time? A: Yes. 29). 30).

57).263 and H. H. 55). BMP. 57). 720 * 480 (D1) resolution.263 and H. these videos use flash which is not compatible with your pandigital novel. On the Photo Gallery screen you can select individual photos to view or tap Slideshow to play a slideshow (pg. 43). 45). or copy video files from your computer (pg. import audio files from your SD card (pg. non-animated GIF Q: How do I add photo files to my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: You can download photo files from your favorite online photo sharing websites. H. 40). Q: Can I create a separate list of my favorite songs? A: Yes. JPEG. 55). or copy audio files from your computer (pg. VIDEO Q: What type of video files can I play on my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: MPEG4. import video files from your SD card (pg.264 Q: How do I add video files to my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: You can download video files from your favorite online music/video store. Q: Can I stream videos on my pandigital novel? A: No. import photo files from your SD card (pg. 57). or copy photo files from your computer (pg.MUSIC Q: What type of audio files can I play on my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: MP3. Q: Can I set preferences for how my slideshow displays? A: Yes.264 format is compatible. PHOTOS Q: What type of photo files can I view on my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: JPG. 55). AAC. Only MPEG4. Use the Playlist feature (pg. 720 * 480 (D1) resolution. Slideshow options are available through Settings> Photos (pg. Q: Can I view individual photos as well as slideshows? A: Yes. and OGG Q: How do I add audio files to my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: You can download audio files from your favorite online music/video store. PNG. WAV. 67 . Q: Can I play YouTube videos on my pandigital novel? A: No.

Windows VISTA. Q: Can I add my email contacts into my Contact list? A: Yes. Q: Can I organize my emails into categories or personal folders? A: Yes. However. COMPUTER COMPATIBILITY Q: Which media cards are compatible with my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l ? A: SD/MMC Cards. Use Email > Folders function (pg. SMTP. IMAP and Exchange accounts. 7. Q: How do I connect my p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l with my computer? A: Use the USB cable included with your device. you can still try to prolong the battery’s lifetime by following the suggestions below:  Use your device at least once a week. The capacity of the battery reduces each time it is charged/depleted. 57). 49). Q: Which Operating Systems are compatible with my p a n d i g i t a l novel? A: Microsoft Windows XP. See Connect to Computer function (pg. Use Email > Add Senders to Contacts function (pg.EMAIL Q: Can I use any of my personal email addresses to send/receive email? A: Your pandigital novel supports POP3. Battery Management The p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l battery is not fully charged out of the box. 51).  Charge the battery regularly and fully. The rechargeable battery is designed and manufactured to be used and recharged for 500+ complete charge/discharge cycles. Q: Why doesn’t my Yahoo! Plus email account work? A: Free Yahoo! Accounts are not supported. 50). 68 . Yahoo! Plus email accounts require specific settings (pg. so it is recommended that you charge the battery for at least 4 hours before you start to use your device. or any standard USB cable.  Always keep your device and the battery away from heat. MAC OS. Never leave the battery fully discharged for a long period of time.

we recommend using a soft. and then connect to your device to fully charge the battery before use (approx. Cleaning the device Treat the screen gently. non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cloth. To clean fingerprints or dust from the screen. Route power cords so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed on or against them. but you can use your device while plugged in when desired. 69 . the battery icon displays as: . While charging. When fully charged.  Only use the AC adapter included with the p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l .  Keep your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l out of direct sunlight and heat sources.  Protect the power cord. electric shock.Charge Battery Plug the power adapter into an electrical wall outlet. This reduces the risk of fire. and injury.  The battery does not charge via the USB cable. Using any other power adapter voids your warranty. 4 hours). the battery icon displays as: A fully discharged battery takes approximately 5 hours to fully charge. Important Safety Precautions Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your p a n d i g i t a l n o v e l .  Do not expose this product to rain or moisture. Pay particular attention to the point where the cord attaches to your device.

264 Compatible Media Sources Features 70 . OGG MPEG4.263 and H. BMP. MMC Display digital printed media (eBooks.5” x 5. built-in Wi-Fi adapter Built-in stereo speakers Stereo-mini earphone jack 12V. 1. WAV. EPUB JPG.0 1GB or 2GB (depending on model) Yes. eNewspapers) Play digital Audio files Play digital Video files Display digital Photo files Alarm Clock and Calendar Connect to Wi-Fi networks Web – check your social networks. non-animated GIF MP3.6” White or Black casing (depending on model) Secure Digital™ (SD). AAC.5A Rechargeable Li-ion 1600mAh. 7.4V PDF. PNG.Technical Specifications Product Specs 7” Digital TFT LCD Display 600x800 pixels outer unit 7. H. JPEG. stocks or the weather Send/Receive Email Games for fun and entertainment Display and import directly from SD Card Automatic rotation of screen orientation Earphone jack included Tabletop stand included for convenient hands-free viewing eBooks Photo Compatible File Formats Audio Video USB Ports Internal Memory Wi-Fi Compatible Audio output Power Adapter Battery Mini USB 2. eMagazines. 720 * 480 (D1) resolution.

PARTS: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. its parent company. if this product is found to be defective. Pandigital will repair or replace the product. at its option. affiliates or subsidiaries. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law. This warranty is only valid with written documentation detailing the complaint attached to the outside or inside of the carton. you must deliver the product freight prepaid in either its original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree of protection. misuse. Pandigital.Limited Warranty The limited warranty set forth below is given by Pandigital with respect to Pandigital brand electronics products purchased and used in the United States of America. Modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void user’s authority to operate the equipment. Pandigital warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship as follows: LABOR: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. at its option. This warranty is valid only in the United States. The product must be accompanied by a copy of the original retail purchase receipt. written or otherwise. at no charge. (7) damage due to an attempted repair of the product by anyone other than a facility authorized by Pandigital to service the product. at no charge. Pandigital reserves the right to modify and design this product without prior notice. labor charges will be charged on a case by case basis. if this product is found to be defective. (2) cosmetic damage or damage due to accident. This warranty is invalid if the factory applied serial number has been altered and or removed from the product. shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of any expressed or implied warranty on this product. improper maintenance. (8) consumables (such as fuses and batteries). 71 . any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product is limited in duration to the duration of this warranty. This warranty does not provide protection for the loss of data. abuse or negligence. (6) loss of data. After this one (1) year. Pandigital will supply at no cost. (4) modification of any part of the product. installation or setup. If no proof of purchase is attached. parts will be charged for on a case by case basis. that may result through proper and/or improper use of the product. plus proof of purchase. new or rebuilt replacement parts. the warranty will not be honored and repair costs will be charged. regardless of value or format. Repair or replacement as provided under this warranty is the exclusive remedy of the consumer. After this one (1) year period. regardless of format. (5) damage due to improper operation. (3) commercial use of the product. or connection to an improper power supply. To obtain warranty service. This warranty does not cover: (1) customer instruction.

Said content shall not be reproduced or used without express written permission from Pandigital and its suppliers respectively. This equipment generates. FCC Notices FCC ID: TLZ-NU706 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference. and you may have other rights. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device.  Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. text. pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Rules. audio/video clips. Use of this product constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions of warranty. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement Information to the User WARNING: Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. logos. 72 . which vary from state to state. including pre-loaded demonstration images. data compilations. Technical support telephone number: 1-800-715-5354. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception.  Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. and (2) this device must accept any interference received. and software. images. button icons. or allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:  Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply. digital downloads. including interference that may cause undesired operation. and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. graphics. photographs.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. designs. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. digital media. All content included on the Pandigital website as well as Pandigital products. digital cookbooks. uses. is the property of Pandigital or its suppliers and is protected by United States and international copyright laws or other intellectual property laws and treaties. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However. This warranty gives you specific legal rights.  Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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