Pocketbook – Touch – User Manual

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ……………………………………………………………5
APPEARANCE……………………………………………………………………………10
Front View 10
Side View 11
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ……………………………………………..12
GETTING STARTED …………………………………………………………………13
Charging Battery 13
Power Management 14
Loading Files 15
Gestures 16
Working with On-Screen Keyboard 17
Connecting to the Internet 19
Inserting Micro SD Card 22MAIN MENU ………………………………………………………………………………23
Recent Events 25
Library 27
Book Store 30
Notes 31
Dictionary 31
Music 32
Applications 33
Search 46
Status Bar 46
Task Management 47
Installing Extensions 48
READING BOOKS …………………………………………………………………….49
Gestures in Reading Mode 50
Social networks & ReadRate 53
Turning Pages 57
Contents 57
Open Page 58Bookmarks 60
Following Links 60
Search 61
Scaling 61
Dictionary 64
Notes 65
Screen Orientation 66
Text-to-Speech 66
Closing a Book 67
SETTINGS ………………………………………………………………………………….68
FIRMWARE UPDATE ……………………………………………………………….81
TROUBLESHOOTING ……………………………………………………………..85
CUSTOMER SUPPORT ……………………………………………………………87
COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS …..88Safety Precautions
Before start working with the Device, please, read this section
carefully. Following these instructions will help you ensure your
safety and extend service life of the Device.
Storage, Carriage and Usage Conditions
Device operating temperature range is 0°С to +40°С, so don’t
expose the Device to excessively high or low temperatures. Never
leave cables near heat sources. Heated cables or their insulation
may become deformed or damaged, which could lead to fire or
electric shock.
Try to avoid next impacts:
• direct sunlight
• direct flame or smoke (cigarette, open fire etc.)
• exposure to liquids or damp (do not use the Device in
the rain, in the street at higher humidity, near bodies of water
etc.)Safety Srecautions 6
• penetration of liquids or moisture
• exposure to strong electromagnetic fields, electrostatic
charges and artificial sources of UV electromagnetic radiation
• excessive mechanical pressure on the screen, connec-
tors and keys of the Device.
Do not leave the Device for a long time in poorly ventilated envi-
ronment, e.g. in a car or in closed tight boxes/packaging.
Neither drop nor try to bend the Device. Srotect the screen from
objects that may scratch or damage it. To ensure adequate pro-
tection of the screen, we recommend storing the Device in a pro-
tective and/or hard cover.
Keep away from children.
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at
high volume levels for long periods.Safety Srecautions 7
Maintenance
Do not disassemble or modify the book reader.
Do not use the Device with a damaged battery, charger (broken
case, poor contact, broken feed cable) or SD card. If the battery is
damaged (cracked case, leakage of electrolyte, off-shape etc.) it
should be replaced by the authorized personnel. Usage of home-
made or modified batteries may cause an explosion and/or dam –
age the Device.
Do not use organic or inorganic solvents (e.g. benzoyl etc.) to
clean the screen/case. Use a soft cloth to remove dust from the
Device’s surface. Apply a few drops of distilled water to remove
dirt.
Up to five faulty pixels are acceptable in the screen and do not
constitute a warrantable defect of the screen.Safety Srecautions 8
By the end of product guarantee term, please contact the near-
est authorized service facility for examination on the subject of
security is maintained.
For detailed information about service centers in your region
please visit the official website of PocketBook International:
http://www.pocketbook-int.com.
RF Safety
The Device receives and transmits radio frequencies and may
interfere with radio communications and other electronic equip-
ment. If you use personal medical Devices (e.g. a pacemaker or
hearing aid) please contact your doctor or the manufacturer to
learn whether or not such medical devices are protected against
external RF signals.
Do not use wireless communication in places where it is pro-
hibited, e.g. onboard a plane and in hospitals – this may affect
airborne avionics or medical equipment.Safety Srecautions 9
Utilization
Incorrect disposal of this Device may have adverse impacts on
the environment and public health. To prevent such consequenc-
es follow the device-specific disposal requirements. Recycling of
these materials helps preserve natural resources. For more infor-
mation regarding recycling issues please contact local municipal
authorities, your domestic waste collection service, store where
you purchased the Device, or the authorized service center.
Disposal of electric and electronic components (the Di-
rective is applicable to the EU and other European
countries where separate waste disposal systems ex-
ist). In other countries dispose batteries accordingly to local laws.
Do not destroy the battery by burning it to avoid the danger of
explosion!Appearance
FRONT VIEW
1. Home – return to
Main menu
2. Backward – turn
page backward
3. LED Indicator –
displays device powering
it glows, when battery is
charged, it turns off. During
the device usage permanent
light indicates power con-
suming (screen refresh, music
play-back, Wi-Fi connection
etc.)
4. Forward – turn
page forward
5. Menu – open context menu (if available)Appearance 11
SIDE VIEW
6. 3.5 mm audio jack
7. Micro-USB port – connect the Device to a PC or a charger using
USB-cable
8. Reset – restart the Device
9. MicroSD-card slot – to install external microSD/SDHC card (up
to 32 GB)
10. On/Off (power button) — continuous press turns the Device on/off.T e chnical Spe cifications
Display 6” E Ink Pearl™ capacitive multi-sensor
display, 600×800, 166 dpi, black/white
P roc essor 800 МHz
RAM 128 МB
Internal Storage 2GB *
Operating system Linux®
Communications Wi-Fi™ (802.11 b/g/n)
USB 2.0 (up to 480 Mb/s, micro-USB port)
Memory slot microSD/SDHC up to 32Gb
Audio output 3.5 mm earphones jack
Book formats PDF, EPUB (including Adobe DRM-protect-
ed); FB2, FB2.ZIP, DOC, DOCX, TXT, DjVU,
RTF, HTML, HTM, CHM, TCR, PRC (MOBY)
Image formats JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF
Audio format MS3
Battery Li-Polymer, 3.7 V, 1100 mAh, 8000 pages **
Dimensions 175×114.5×9.5 mm
Weight 195 g
* The actual available internal storage size may vary depending on the
software configuration of your device.
** Battery life and values mentioned above might vary depending on usage
mode, connectivity and settings.Getting Started
In this chapter you will learn how to prepare the Device
for work and will read about its main control features.
CHARGING BATTERY
To extend battery lifetime, it’s recommended to charge the
Device for the first time from 8 to 12 hours in the off state.
You can charge the battery from PC using USB-cable or
from the power line using a charger (optional).
To charge the battery for the first time, do the following:
1. Connect the Device to a computer or charger
with USB-cable. Indicator will glow green as soon, as the
charging starts
2. When the battery is fully charged, indicator goes
off. Now you can disconnect the Device and turn it on for
the first use.Getting Started 14
If the Device is on when you connect the cable to PC, a
dialog window asking to select action – PC link or Charge
– will appear.
POWER MANAGEMENT
To turn on the Device, press and hold On/Off button until
startup logo appears. When the Device is ready to operate,
an image is changed to Main menu or last opened book,
depending on settings (Settings > Open at startup).
To turn off the Device, press On/Off button continuously
until the Device goes off. In addition, you can set auto-
matic key lock or power off: go to Settings > Clock > Lock
keyboard after or Power off after respectively, and set the
idle time before locking keyboard or power off.
In case if your Device ‘freezes’ (don’t respond to keys
presses or screen touches and perform no actions for 2-3 Getting Started 15
minutes), you can restart it by pressing Reset button on
side panel with some thin item (e.g. unbent paper clip).
CAUTION! T o avoid Device case damage, don’t use sharp items,
such as needles, to press Reset button! Don’t use this feature fre-
quently, because it affects the electronic components of the Device.
LOADING FILES
Connect the Device to the PC using micro-USB cable.
NOTE The Device should be kept on while transferring files.
You will be prompted to select USB mode: PC Link or
Charge either. Select PC Link. Computer’s operating sys-
tem will detect Device’s storage as a removable disk (if SD
card installed – as two ones). Now you can copy files to
the Device or SD card using Explorer or other file manager.Getting Started 16
ATTENTION After copying files safely remove the Device before
disconnecting the cable!
GESTURES
CAUTION! Touch screen of the Device is sensitive enough and
is a fragile detail. To avoid its damage, please, touch it carefully
while controlling the Device with gestures.
Tap
Opens an element (book, file, folder application or
menu item).
T ouch & hold
Opens context menu of an element (if available).
Slide
Turns pages of a book or a list; moves an image:
slide your finger across the screen.Getting Started 17
Flick
Scrolls lists: move your finger across the screen
rapidly.
Scaling
Changes the image scale: place two fingers
on a screen and pinch them together to
zoom out or spread them apart to zoom in.
WORKING WITH ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD
On-screen keyboard is used when it’s necessary to enter
text information, for example, for search or network con-
nection credentials.
To type a symbol, press a key. To switch to another input
language, press the current language button. To add the
language to the on-screen keyboard layout go to Settings
> Keyboard.Getting Started 18
1. Change case
2. Enter the typed text
3. Close the on-screen keyboard
4. Erase last typed symbol
5. Change input language.
As you type a password (e.g. Wi-Fi credentials) icon
will appear on a text field. Touch it to see typed symbols.Getting Started 19
CONNECTING TO THE INTERNET
The Device can be connected to the Internet using Wi-
Fi networks. If you open an application, which requires
Internet access (e.g. Browser, PocketNews), the Device dis-
plays a list of available Wi-Fi connections. If the network
you select is protected, you will be suggested to enter
network key using the on-screen keyboard.
You can pre-configure a connection and set it as preferred
one. To proceed, follow next steps:
1. Go to Settings > Connectivity > Wi-Fi Connections
2. Select a slot to fill. Empty slots are named as

3. Sress Network name (SSID) and select one of the
available networks or enter its SSID from on-screen
keyboard. By default field Connection name will turn to
the same as Network name (SSID). If you’d like to change Getting Started 20
connection name (for example, Home or Office) enter it as
you’d like it to be displayed on the Device
NOTE Connection name field specifies only the display name of
the connection. For correct communication Network name (SSID)
must be the same as network transmits
4. Select security type in the corresponding list:
• None – for open network
• Simple (WEP) – after you select this option, you
will need to specify WEP Authentication type – Open
System or Shared Key either. The Device cannot rec-
ognize authentication type automatically
• WPA/WPA2 Enterprise – you will need to specify
username, password and domain (if necessary)
• WPA/WPA2 PSK – you will need to enter net-
work key (up to 64 symbols)
5. Select the idle time before disconnection in the
corresponding sectionGetting Started 21
6. By default Network settings are set to DHCP (de-
fined by network). If it’s needed to configure network set –
tings manually, go Network settings, change IP address con-
figuration to Manual and enter network configuration from
on-screen keyboard
7. If the network you need to connect to has a proxy
server, you can specify its parameters in Proxy configura –
tion section
8. To check network configuration press Test
connection.
You can select one of pre-configured connections to be
used by default. To proceed, select Default connection and
select one from the list.Getting Started 22
INSERTING MICRO SD CARD
The Device already has 2 GB of internal storage, but you
can extend it by using micro SD card. Insert it to the slot,
like it is shown on a figure, and slightly push until card
will be fixed.
To eject the card, slightly press on its edge until it will be
unfixed, and pull it to get.Main Menu
In this chapter you will learn about basic elements of user
interface of the Device.
After turning on the Device Main menu will be displayed
on the screen (if Settings > Open at startup corresponding
option was set). To return to the Main menu from any ap-
plication, press key.
NOTE Return to Main menu by pressing button doesn’t close
application or book, it is still running in background. You can
switch back to an application by opening task list on status bar
icon touch.
Main menu consists of Recent Events section and applica-
tion panel. When application panel is collapsed, there are
two quick access buttons displayed: Library and Book Store.Main Menu 24
Main menu overview
Recent Events is a list of recently
opened and downloaded books
Collapse
Applications panel
Last read book
Last downloaded
Applications panel
Events of friends
on ReadRate
Filtration
of eventsMain Menu 25
RECENT EVENTS
This section displays last actions on the Device, namely last
opened, recently loaded books and your friends events on
ReadRate and recommendations (see details in Social net-
works & ReadRate). You can configure filtration by pressing
on a sign in the tor right corner of the screen:
After you touch recently opened book title, it will be
opened on a page you’ve finished reading before. After
touching a message about recently added books, Library
will be opened displaying added books. Books will be
grouped by creation date.
Filtration
Set marks opposite news,
you would like to receiveMain Menu 26
Library Overview
Exit
Menu
Search
Turn Library pages
1
2
3
4
5Main Menu 27
LIBRARY
Library is e-books file manager. Library menu allows to
filter, group, sort, change appearance of the section and
perform search.
1 Filtration criteria
• All Books – all books on selected storage are
displayed
• Now reading – books, which were opened and
read (more than one page)
• Favorites – books chosen be a user by means of
the context menu.
2 Grouping criteria
Depending on selected grouping next parameters are dis-
played as folders’ titles:
• Folder – real folder name
• Author – an alphabet is added at the top of the screen
• SeriesMain Menu 28
• Genre
• Format
• Date Added.
3 Sorting criteria
• File names
• Book titles
• Last opened
• Creation date
• Series
• Author.
Sorting can be ascending or descending .
4 Books list views
Simple – in this mode next information is displayed:
• Folder icon
• Book title and author name (if known)
• Location icon (if file is located on memory card)
• Read percentage and Read status.Main Menu 29
Detailed – in this mode there’s added thumbnails, in-
formation about file format and size, read percentage and
status icons: Read, Favorite.
Thumbnails – in this mode book cover, book and au-
thor name (if known) and Favorite icon are displayed.
5 Storage-dependent appearance has
three options:
• Internal + memory card
• Internal
• Memory card.
Context menu…
…opened by continuous touch…Main Menu 30
…and allows proceeding with next file and folder operations:
• Open (if item can be opened with alternative
reader program – Open with…)
• File – file operations:
• Rename
• Move to folder
• Delete
• Add to/Remove from Favorites
• Mark as read/unread
• Information — brief information about book/folder
• Find — allows quick book search by the follow-
ing criteria: by author or title, all books of the author, all
books of the series (if the author or the series is known)
• Exit — exit Library.
BOOK STORE
Book Store application provides quick and convenient li-
censed content download from Book Store portal to your
Device. The internet connection must be active. Main Menu 31
NOTES
In this section you can view all the notes made during read –
ing. After you select a note, the table of contents of the
book, where it was made, will open. Slease, read more about
notes creation and editing in Notes section of this Manual.
DICTIONARY
Enter a word by on-screen keyboard, and the application
will find its translation. To change dictionary, press
button or touch icon at the right top corner, and select
the dictionary from a list.Main Menu 32
MUSIC
Music player for playing .mp3 media files.
Repeat once Shuffle Normal
Previous Next
Volume
Press to switch Play/Pause
+ –
Press / to switch
Close Collapse
Application
menu Progress bar PlaylistMain Menu 33
In the Application menu you can add audio files and fold –
ers with audio to the playlist, rearrange tracks, and save
or clear playlist. By means of the context menu, opened
with a long press on the track, you can perform the fol-
lowing operations: view info about track, add to queue, or
remove the file from the list.
APPLICATIONS
This section contains games and additional software. To
exit an application, press key or corresponding menu
item .
Calculator
Engineering calculator supports a wide range of math-
ematical operations, such as different numeric systems,
trigonometric, logarithm, power and logical operations.Main Menu 34
Chess
You can play versus your friend or the Device. If you are play –
ing against the Device, you can select 10 difficulty levels.
Calendar & Clock
Opens current month calendar and clock. Navigation /
allows turning over a calendar. The button returns
you to the current month. Read about date and time set-
ting in Settings > Clock manual’s chapter.
Klondike
Classic solitaire.
PocketNews
Application for adding and reading RSS feeds. To add RSS
news feeds, open RSS setup. Select the Add RSS feed op-
tion. Enter the feed address using the on-screen keyboard.
To delete the feed, select it, open the context menu and
select Delete command or press the Recycle bin icon .Main Menu 35
To edit the feed, select it, open the context menu and se-
lect Edit command. Edit the feed address using the on-
screen keyboard.
To update feed, select Update in the application menu.
Updated content is added to the file with .hrss extension,
and the file will be accessible for reading after updating.
The news downloading status is displayed while updat-
ing. After the update file is available for reading off-line
using the browser.
To read latest feeds, select Read the latest news option in
the application’s menu. The latest downloaded RSS feed
updates open in browser.
News Archive: by selecting this option you can choose to
read the previously stored updating RSS feeds.Main Menu 36
Scribble
Application for drawing. To use this application your
touch screen must be precisely calibrated. You must draw
on the screen with the stylus held perpendicular to the
screen surface.
To select the drawing tool, use the application control
panel:
Text: select the position and size of the text box. Text
is entered with the on-screen keyboard
Sencil: a tool for drawing thin lines
Marker: a tool for drawing thick lines
Eraser: a tool for removing lines and text
Back: cancel the last operation
Current drawing/total number of drawings: change
the current drawing
New: start new drawing
Delete drawing
Exit application.Main Menu 37
To save a picture, touch icon. The current picture will
be saved to the My Pictures folder in the root folder of the
Device. In addition, Scribble application is used for editing
graphic notes.
Sudoku
Sopular Japanese puzzle. Sress on an empty cell to select
it. After that you can input in the selected cell the digit
you think should be in the cell or set labels — digits that
you suggest may be in the cell. Digits and labels should
be chosen from the bottom selection panel.
Browser
This is an application for viewing web-pages. As you start
Browser, you are suggested to connect to one of available
wireless networks.
To enter website address, touch address bar, type an ad-
dress from on-screen keyboard appeared and press Enter.
To follow a link, just touch it. If a web-page doesn’t fit a Main Menu 38
screen, you can scroll it: place your finger on the screen
and move a page. Also, you can change scale of a web-
page using zooming gestures (pinch or spread two fin –
gers). Hardware buttons / are used to scroll page
vertically: scrolls down and scrolls up, respectively.
Browser supports multiple windows, so you can open a
new window for the corresponding browser menu sec-
tion and view all opened windows. Also, from browser
menu you can view history of visited websites, downloads, Main Menu 39
favorites, adjust scale of displaying web-pages, rotate a
screen and configure the browser from Settings section.
Under Settings you can clear history and cookies, disable/
enable JavaScript and loading images.
To exit Browser, touch the corresponding item in browser
menu.
Photo
Opens Library in the mode of viewing images (download-
ed to the folder Photo). The opened photo is displayed in
a full-screen mode. To set a photo as Boot Logo or Power-
off Logo, to Rotate or view Information about it, touch the
full-screen image to switch to the editing mode and press
menu sign in the right top corner of the screen. In the
editing mode you can zoom a photo by zooming gestures
and set the selected area as a logo.Main Menu 40
Book Store
Book Store application provides quick and convenient li-
censed content download from Book Store portal (http://
www.bookland.com/) to your Device. The internet connec-
tion must be active.
If you are already registered at the portal http://www.
bookland.com/, press I already have an account BookLand
and check if the login and password are entered correctly
at Book Store settings.
In order to use Book Store, do the following:
1. Register at the portal BookLand ( www.bookland.com/)
2. Add your Device to your account by entering a se-
rial number of a device on the site.
3. Enter your account data at Book Store in the sec-
tion Settings > Accounts and Synchronization in your Device
If the connection with an account is set properly, you get
access to all the features of a portal.Main Menu 41
Sress the Personal Room to expand options for work with
a personal account:
Top up the balance – top up the balance on a site Book-
Land or directly on the Device using the bank card (Visa,
MasterCard, Maestro).
Purchase history – the list of goods, purchased at the store
Exit Personal roomMain Menu 42
My cards – used bank cards
Exit.
Select the book and press Buy to purchase goods. Choose
the format of a downloading book and press Buy and
download on the page Your purchase. The bought file is
moved to the folder Library > Downloads and is displayed
on the wall of Last events of the Main Menu.
NOTE If there is no money on your balance, it will be offered to
you to top up the balance on a site BookLand or directly on the
Device using the bank card (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro).
PocketBook Sync
PocketBook Sync service allows you to download all books,
chosen on the book store, directly to your Device (or even
to several devices). Main Menu 43
PocketBook Sync is convenient because you can choose files
from the store in advance and then download them on your
Device in any time convenient for you.
Usage
NOTE: For correct work of SocketBook Sync time and date on the
Device should be adjusted properly ( Settings > Clock)
To use PocketBook Sync you need to perform several sim-
ple steps:
Registration
1. Register at the portal Book Store. (For example,
at the portal www.bookland.com you need to add your
Device to your account by entering a serial number of the
Device on the site).
2. Authorize in PocketBook Sync. Do the following:
• launch the SocketBook Sync application and
choose Authorize, or choose Login item in SocketBook Main Menu 44
Sync Settings (Settings > Accounts and Synchronization >
PocketBook Sync). If Wi-Fi connection has not been acti-
vated, the Device will generate a connection request).
• choose the store, where you are registered, from
the list of content providers, and enter your account data.
Choosing and Sending Content to Your Device
Choose the books on the Book Store and send them to the
Device. (For example, in the Book Store www.bookland.
com you need to choose content in the Items section and
press Send to PocketBook).
Downloading Content on the Device
Turn on Wi-Fi connection on your Device or choose Update
in PocketBook Sync application (if Wi-Fi connection has
not been activated, the Device will generate the connec-
tion request).
If Automatic connection is chosen in Socket-
Book Sync settings, Wi-Fi will be activated Main Menu 45
automatically every half an hour for checking new links
(if the Device is not powered off/not in sleeping mode).
The list of downloads will be automatically loaded to the
queue after successful setting connection.
If Automatic download is chosen in SocketBook Sync set-
tings, the download will start automatically. If By request
is chosen in SocketBook Sync settings, then a list of titles
prepared for download to the Device will be displayed in
the In queue section. You need to select one, several or
all items in the list and choose Download (you can also
delete undesirable links by choosing Delete).
You will see downloading and downloaded files in the
Downloads section. Downloaded files are moved to the
Download folder, location of which is defined in the Pock –
etBook Sync settings (Downloads folder by default). The
downloaded file is displayed on the wall of Last events of
the Main Menu.Main Menu 46
SEARCH
After selecting this item the on-screen keyboard will be
opened, so you will be able to type in a search query –
a part from file name, book title or author’s mane. After
entering the query Library, displaying search results, will
open.
STATUS BAR
Status bar is located at the bottom of the screen and
briefly displays system info. In reading mode status bar
displays current page and total page count. T o switch to a
system status bar, press the icon .
Wi-Fi is connected
Touch to view info
Music is played
Touch to open player
Touch to open
task list
Battery charge
Date & time
PocketBook
SyncMain Menu 47
TASK MANAGEMENT
Device software supports multitasking, and you can quick-
ly switch between running applications in several ways:
• by touching status bar icon
• by evoking task manager by continuous press on
the Home button.
Besides task switching, you can force close running ap-
plications: press against an application in the list .
You can also access quickly some Device control features:
• Lock Device. To unlock, touch the lock icon or
press On/Off button
• Open wireless connections list
• Open music player
• Turn off the Device.
NOTE Return to Main menu by pressing button doesn’t close
application, it is still running in background. That causes, for Main Menu 48
example, that read percentage displayed in Library doesn’t change
after you exit the book by pressing . To close application com-
pletely, touch top left corner of the screen, press button con-
tinuously or the corresponding application menu item.
INSTALLING EXTENSIONS
You can install additional Text-to-Speech packages (avail-
able for download on SocketBook website in Support sec-
tion) and dictionaries (you can purchase dictionaries in
Book Store).
1. Copy extension file with .pbi extension to the De –
vice internal storage.
2. Disconnect the Device from PC.
3. Loaded file will appear in Last Events.
4. Launch copied extension file as an application
and confirm installation.Reading Books
In this chapter you will learn how to read e-books and
configure reader software for the most comfortable read –
ing. The Device supports next book formats: PDF, EPUB (in-
cluding Adobe DRM-protected); FB2, FB2.ZIP, DOC, DOCX, TXT,
DjVU, RTF, HTML, HTM, CHM, TCR, PRC (MOBY).
To open a book, touch its title Last opened or Library sec-
tion. If you opened a book before, it will be opened at the
page you’ve finished reading. In some book formats (e.g.
fb2 or ePub) after opening a book reader application will
count pages – this is indicated with ‘…’ sign instead of a
page count in a status bar. During page calculation some
features will not be available.
To bring up reading menu, touch the center of the screen.Reading Books 50
Sressing in the center of the screen evokes the reading
menu. There are two views of a reading menu — Graphical
and Textual (set it in Settings > Appearance > Reading Menu
Type on the Device)
GESTURES IN
READING MODE
Close
book
Book-
mark
Open
reading menuReading Books 51
Exit book Book name Search Bookmark Expand
reading menu
Content
Turning pages Open ReadRate
menu
Graphical T ype of Reading Menu
Return to the
previous pageReading Books 52
T extual T ype of Reading MenuReading Books 53
SOCIAL NETWORKS & READRATE
Now you will be able to take advantages of social net-
works on your Socketbook: share quotations from books,
add comments, tell what you are reading or have read,
like or don’t like. ReadRate also allows you watching the
friends’ events and obtaining information about the most
popular books.
You need an Internet connection to send events to so-
cial networks. T o open the ReadRate menu, touch the
icon in the reading menu.Reading Books 54
Now reading, Have read, Like, Unlike
1. Touch one of the options (Now reading, Have read,
Like or Unlike).
2. Enter data (E-mail and password) of one of your
accounts: in social networks or in the market Book Store.
3. In consequence there will be created the Read-
Rate profile, you can link another social networks ac –
counts to it. After authorization the window appears:Reading Books 55
4. Select social networks, where you want to send
news: Facebook, Vkontakte, Odnoklassniki, Twitter – icons
of chosen networks will become hefted.
5. If the chosen social network wasn’t linked to the
ReadRate profile, you will be proposed to link them.
6. Confirm your choice by pressing OK.
All actions are displayed by default in your ReadRate pro-
file and in the news line of chosen social networks.
After activating Now reading, Have read, Like or Unlike sta-
tuses, their icons become colored — , , and .
Share quotation
To share quotation from a book:
1. After continuous touch on the screen in the
opened book, creeper of text selection appear.
2. Select quotation and press Share icon .Reading Books 56
3. After that the scenario Now reading, Have read,
Like, Unlike is performed, beginning from 2 item.
4. All actions of your friends on ReadRate are dis-
played in Recent events on your Device:
5. You can Delete or Open event. When you open it
all new friends’ actions on ReadRate will be displayed.Reading Books 57
To delete your social networks accounts information
for ReadRate, go to Settings > Accounts and Synchroniza-
tion > ReadRate > Remove ReadRate authorization on your
SocketBook.
If you want turn off temporarily the ReadRate functional-
ity, set Off in Settings Accounts and Synchronization > Read-
Rate > ReadRate Status. After this operation all ReadRate
options becomes hidden and inactive.
TURNING PAGES
To turn pages use sliding gesture or
/ Device keys.
CONTENTS
If a book has table of contents, you can open it by select-
ing the corresponding reading menu item.Reading Books 58
Content section contains three insets:
• Sections (book’s chapters names);
• Bookmarks (made during reading);
• Notes (graphic or text).
If there’s no content, bookmarks or notes, the inset is
blank. If table of contents has more then one level, higher
level entry will be marked with ‘+’ sign – touch it to ex-
pand. ‘+’ sign will be changed to ‘ -‘ – touch it to collapse.
To open contents menu touch and hold your finger on the
screen or press key. Using the menu you can open con-
tents entry, edit or delete notes and bookmarks.
In addition, you can expand or collapse all the table of
contents entries.
OPEN PAGE
You can go to the specific page in several ways:Reading Books 59
• by using scroll bar in the reading menu (graphical);
• by selecting the Open page item of reading menu
(textual). That opens a dialog window, where you will be
able to enter the page number or move scroll you want to
go to and view recent opened pages thumbnails;
• by pressing current page number on status bar.
To select a page, touch and move the slider to the left or
to the right or touch a scroll bar at approximate place you
want to go to. As you release the finger, a page preview
will be opened on a background. < and > buttons are in-
tended for more precise navigation – one page backward/
forward, respectively. Also, you can press a page counter
and type page number exactly from on-screen keyboard.
To go to a page, press the corresponding button. If you will
exit the menu by pressing on a cross sign, you will stay on
a page you was before.
Chapter name is displayed under the scroll bar.Reading Books 60
BOOKMARKS
T o create a bookmark, touch right top corner of the screen.
A dog ear mark will appear. To delete a bookmark, touch
this mark again and confirm deletion.
Also you can add/remove bookmarks by selecting the cor-
responding reading menu item.
All the bookmarks are displayed in book contents.
In Last Opened sections thumbnails of last four opened
pages are displayed.
FOLLOWING LINKS
To follow a footnote, internal or external link, touch to
enter links mode. To exit this mode, touch top left corner
of the screen.Reading Books 61
If a link follows to a web-site, it will be opened with De-
vice built-in browser. To return to reading, press Exit in
Browser menu.
SEARCH
To search in book text open Search reading menu section.
After entering a query from on-screen keyboard, results
found will be highlighted. To move between search re-
sults, touch on arrow buttons at the right bottom corner
of the screen.
SCALING
T ext Format Books
In text format books (ePub, FB2, DOC etc.) you can change
font size using the scaling gesture: pinch two fingers togeth –
er to reduce font size and spread fingers apart to enlarge.
Also you can change font size by sliding on right side of the
screen: upwards to increase and downwards to decrease.Reading Books 62
Settings reader menu section provides more options to
configure reader software: font, font size, spacing, page
margins width, hyphenations (on/off) encoding, refresh
mode (Best Quality or High Speed).
PDF & DjVu
You can change only the whole page scale only (except
Reflow mode for SDF).
Pinch two fingers together to zoom out or spread them
apart to zoom in or slide a finger upwards the right
side of screen to zoom in or downwards – to zoom out,
respectively.
Under Mode reading menu section you can zoom pages or
select viewing mode:
• Whole page – one page scaling;
• Columns – for reading books with columns. To
navigate the page use navigation buttons. A page will be
turned after bottom edge of the sheet reached;Reading Books 63
• Reflow – in this mode text is formatted to display
completely on the screen. Reflow mode is supported for
SDF books only. Some tables and pictures cannot be dis-
played in the Reflow mode;
• Fit width – scaling page to the screen width;
• Margins cropping – allows to decrease margins
width or heigth. In Mode section of the reading menu,
press to extend Margins cropping menu:
• automatic — margins will be cropped
automatically
• manual — Move arrow buttons to set margins
width and heigth of margins. After selecting crop-
ping area, define cropping settings: for all pages,
odd pages, even pages or current page only. Con-
firm your choice by clicking Crop margins.
If the margins cropping is applied for current page, then the
minimized view signature is changed by Margins cropping
(auto) or Margins cropping (manual). To cancel margins crop-
ping, mark checkbox off (by default).Reading Books 64
DICTIONARY
Touch and hold a word to open a panel allowing you to
search for translation using one of installed dictionaries
or find a word in Google. After selecting Dictionary item,
a window with dictionary entry of a selected word. Next
tools are available:
On-screen keyboard
for typing text for
translation
Change
dictionary
View resembling
words/ Back to word
translation
Fix this window to
the top/bottom of the
screenReading Books 65
NOTES
Notes allows you to save favorite book fragments and
make handwritten records directly in the text. All the
notes will be displayed in book’s table of contents. To en-
ter notes mode, select Note reading menu section.
After you will enter Notes, a tooltip window will appear.
Tools:
Marker – use to highlight text: touch the beginning
of the fragment and slide to the end. If you select area,
which already contains marker, they will be merged. Con-
tinuous touch opens context menu, where you can add
text comment or remove marker. If the selection already
has comment, you will be able to edit it by selecting View
Comment option.
Pencil – use to draw notes in the text.Reading Books 66
Eraser – clears markers and pencils. Slide the finger
across the area with note to erase it.
Screenshot – saves selected text fragment as a picture.
Table of Contents – opens the book’s Table of Contents.
Help – opens a window with instructions on using the
tools.
Close notes mode.
All notes are visible from Main menu (section Notes).
SCREEN ORIENTATION
To change screen orientation, select Rotate reading menu
section and select orientation you need.
TEXT-TO-SPEECH
Text-to-Speech (TTS) software is designed to transform
text into speech. Reading Books 67
CLOSING A BOOK
To close a book, touch left top corner or choose the cor-
responding reading menu item.
T o start TTS, open reading menu and select Voice. TTS con-
trol panel will appear:
Srogress bar indicates a fragment read currently, pages
are turned automatically as you listen.
Initially there are 4 TTS packages are installed on the
Device.
Select voice package Play/Pause Volume ExitSettings
In this chapter you will learn how configure the interface
and software features of the Device for the most comfort-
able usage. Select Settings Main menu section to config –
ure the Device. All changes will be applied after exiting
the section.
If you will encounter any problems with new settings, you
will be able to start the Device in safe mode with factory
defaults. To start in a safe mode, press and hold key
during the Device boot.
Registration
This menu item is displayed only if the Device is not reg-
istered at www.bookland.com. The Device will be regis-
tered automatically during the first Internet connection.
NOTE During the registration only serial number of the Device
is sent.Settings 69
About device
The following information about Device will be displayed:
model, serial number, hardware type, software version,
RAM size, E-ink parameters, Wi-Fi MAC address, total and
free memory on the internal storage and on SD-card.
After pressing More… button the information about soft-
ware will be displayed.
Language
Select the Device’s interface language.
Keyboard
Under this section you can add up to 3 keyboard layouts.
User P rofiles
Here you can configure up to 6 user profiles (5 can be
stored on the internal storage and 1 – on microSD card).
Each profile stores individual books’ status, last opened Settings 70
books, bookmarks, notes, favorites and pre-configured
network connections.
To add new profile, open the corresponding item. You will
be suggested to set destination (local memory or SD card)
and to enter the name from on-screen keyboard. After
this current above-mentioned parameters will be stored
at this profile.
To activate profile open the one you need. In profile con –
text menu you can change avatar, duplicate profile to a
new one (to the SD card or internal storage either), re-
name or delete profile.
Appearance
Here you can select the appearance parameters:
• Theme – is set by default. If you want to use an-
other theme, download a file in .pbt format to the folder
system/themes;Settings 71
ATTENTION! System folder is hidden by default. Slease, change
its parameters on computer to make it visible.
• Interface Font. If you’d like to use your own font,
copy its files to the system/fonts internal storage folder;
• Boot Logo – image displayed during the Device
starts. Logos are stored in system/logo internal storage
folder, so you can copy an image you’d like to be displayed
during startup.
NOTE You can also set your own picture as a logo from the Photo
application. Read about it in the Photo section.
• Power-off Logo – the image will be displayed when
the Device is off. You can set a cover of the last opened
book by setting book cover;
• Text Rendering – good quality or high speed;
• Complete Page Refresh – select the amount of page
turned before the screen will be updated completely. Settings 72
Always provides the best quality, but consumes the most
power. Less frequency may cause some artifacts from pre-
vious pages on a screen;
• Large File Warning – if this setting is on, the De-
vice will show a notification when you try to open file
larger than 25 MB;
• Reading Menu Type — You can set one of reading
menu variants — Graphical or Textual. See more about
reading menu in the Reading section;
• Status Bar in Reading Mode — you can configure
the bottom panel in the reading mode according to your
taste, activating information blocks: Current page, Date
and time, Book title, Battery charge, Multitask, Wi-Fi, Music;
NOTE You can set not more than four blocks.
• LED Indication – you may disable LED indication
by selecting Off in this section.Settings 73
Key mapping
In this section you can remap hardware keys. To change
key action, select it from the list and select action from
the list.
Clock
In this section you will be able to set date, time, time zone
and clock format. Update Clock item defines how often the
clock at status bar will be updated during reading: on
page turn, every time or disabled at all. Also you can set
idle time before locking keyboard and automatic power
off. You can also Synchronize Time or set Auto Time Sync to
use the network time/date.
Open at Startup
Here you can set either open last opened book or main
menu.Settings 74
Connectivity
In this section you can set parameters needed for network
and USB connections.
• Device Name – set the Device name for other net-
work equipment
• Network Access – define, if the network connection
is on, off or ask user, when it’s necessary (e.g. for browser)
• Default Connection – the connection will be used
by default
• Wi-Fi Connections — setting Wi-Fi connections.
Read more about network connections in the Connecting
to the Internet section of this manual
• USB Mode – set how the Device handles USB con-
nection by default: PC link, charge or ask user
• Wi-Fi Region – the Device supports 13 Wi-Fi fre-
quency channels. But different countries apply their own
regulations to the allowable Wi-Fi frequency channels:
• USA/Canada – according to a FCC (Federal
Communications Commission) document, 12 and Settings 75
13 channels are «invisible», so some Wi-Fi net-
works may be unavailable;
• Other countries – according to a ETSI ( Euro-
pean Telecommunications Standards Institute) doc-
ument, there are supported 12 and 13 frequence
channels, which are banned in some countries, for
example USA and Canada.
Accounts and Synchronization
• PocketBook Sync — there are the following set-
tings for the SocketBook Sync service:
• PocketBook Sync Status: On or off. The service is
turned on automatically at the autorization. If you
are not going to use the service for a long period,
you can turn off to optimize the Device productivity.
• Establishing Connection: Automatically (connec-
tion will be established automatically every half
an hour to check for new links (if the Device is not
powered off/ not in sleeping mode)) or Manually Settings 76
(the connection is established at updating list of
downloads or at choosing network connection).
• Downloading via Wi-Fi: On demand (you need to
process the list before download) or Automatically
(all new files are dowloaded automatically).
• Download folder: location of files. The Down-
loads folder is set by default. You can choose anoth-
er folder or create a new one in the internal Device
storage or on the external SD-card.
• Login/Exit: if you are not authorized in the ap-
plication, the page with a list of book stores will
appear for choosing and authorization. If you are
authorized, then you can logout SocketBook Sync.
• Information about service — more detailed
about service
• ReadRate — In this section you can Remove Read-
Rate Authorization. After removing all files of events from
ReadRate are deleted. Read more about ReadRate in So-
cial Networks & ReadRate section.Settings 77
• Adobe DRM — Remove ADE Authorization. After re-
moving all protected DRM documents will be unavailable.
Speech Synthesis
In this section you can set parameters for TTS:
• Language and Voice – select the TTS package;
• Speed of Speech;
• Tone.
Maintenance
This section allows you to configure system parameters:
• Update Software – the Device will search for up-
dates in the following order: internal storage, microSD
card (if installed) and Internet;
• Removing Packages – remove dictionaries. Check
items to uninstall, press Backward to exit the section and
confirm removal in dialog window;
• Configure Dictionaries – under this section you can
uncheck dictionaries you don’t want to be displayed in
the list during the translation or in Dictionary application;Settings 78
• Format Internal Memory – this action will erase all
data, except system files;
CAUTION! If you need to erase all data on the Device, use this
feature only, don’t try to format the Device internal memory via PC.
• Format SD-card – this action will erase all data on
external microSD-card;
• Backup Configuration to SD – this action will cre-
ate a backup folder on an external microSD-card and will
save there system settings. You will be suggested to enter
the file name from on-screen keyboard;
• Restore Configuration – select the configuration
file to restore from a list;
• Factory Reset – the Device state will be reset to
factory default settings, erasing user settings. Other data
(e.g. books, photos) won’t be lost;
• Update Interval – set the interval to check for up-
dates automaticallySettings 79
• Diagnostic and Usage — Software provides data to
SocketBook about some actions, performed by a user on
the Device for the further improvement of the Device and
services to users. The serial number and any other infor-
mation for identifying a user isn’t saved. You can disable
this option of statistics gathering in the Diagnostic and Us-
age section.
Library
This section is intended for optimization of Library
database.
• Library Data Update – set the parameters for Li-
brary database update:
• Off – database won’t be updated;
• Once – database will be updated after exit
from Configuration section, the parameter will be
set to Off after update;
• Automatically – database would be update af-
ter each Library opening and copying/removal of
books (including microSD card change).Settings 80
• Optimize Database – remove old database entries.
T o run optimization set the parameter to Once and exit Set-
tings. The parameter will be set to Off after optimization.
P rot e ct C onfigurations b y P assw ord
In this section you can protect your setting by password.
Select Set Password section and type the password from
on-screen keyboard. Now each time you try to enter Set-
tings section, you will be asked to enter the password. You
can remove or change password by selecting the corre-
sponding item. To proceed, you will be asked to enter the
password once more.Firmware Update
Official firmware updates for Device are published on of –
ficial PocketBook website ( www.pocketbook-int.com). In-
stallation of official firmware updates is recommended,
because they contain fixes and additions improving the
efficiency of the Device. Official firmware update does
not influence the warranty conditions. Warranty does not
cover software installed from other sources except Sock-
etBook official website.
WARNING! Firmware Update is a responsible operation, during
which management software of the Device will be changed. In
case of improper execution control program may be damaged and
will require treatment in the service center. Slease perform the
upgrade procedure in accordance with the instructions below.
There are two ways to update the firmware.Firmware Update 82
Automatic Update
T o start automatic software update select Settings > Main-
tenance > Update software.
The Device will begin to check available update sources
in the following order: microSD card, internal memory,
Internet.
If default Internet connection is not set, the Device will
ask to connect to one of available wireless networks.
Also you can set period of automatic updates check (Set-
tings > Maintenance > Update interval). In this case, the De-
vice will use Wi-Fi connection only.
Manual Update
1. Open site www.pocketbook-int.com. Select your
countryFirmware Update 83
2. Click the Support button on top menu. Select
hardware model of your Device
3. Download the Firmware to your PC
4. Unpack the content of the archive, file SWUP –
DATE.BIN and copy it to the root folder of MicroSD-Card
or internal Device storage
5. Switch off the Device by pressing button On/Off
6. Switch on the Device by pressing On/Off
7. During boot press and hold both and but-
tons simultaneously until the message Firmware update…
is displayed on the screen
8. Follow the on-screen instructions in pictures:
Connect USB cable to the Device and Press menu key.
NOTE You can check your Firmware version in Main menu > Config –
uration > About device. If the firmware file is located in the Device’s
root folder, it will have a higher priority in comparison with the file
stored on the SD card during the update process.Firmware Update 84
Troubleshooting
Error Message Reason Correction Method
No upgrade image
found
File SWUPDATE.BIN
cannot be found on
the microSD card.
Make sure the file is
in the root folder of
the card.
Try to format your
MicroSD card (make a
backup copies of all its
content prior to format-
ting) and copy the file
to the root of the empty
card. If this error persists,
use another card.
Upgrade image is
corrupted or Image
is empty
SWUPDATE.BIN file is
damaged or there is
no space available on
the microSD card.
Delete some files from
your card and copy
SWUPDATE.BIN file on it
one more time. Repeat
the download from www.
pocketbook-int.com. If
this error repeats, use
other card.
File read error MicroSD card error
Try to use another
MicroSD card
Error. A different
firmware version
is installed on the
device
A firmware file of an
older version is stored
in the device internal
memory.
Delete the old version
of the firmware file from
the Device’s internal
memory root folderTroubleshooting
Malfunction Possible Reason Solution
Device does not
turn on or turns on
but only the logo is
loaded
Battery is low Charge the battery
A book does not
open – the message
Book is probably
damaged or protected
appears, or nothing
happens at all
The book is
damaged
If the book was downloaded
from the online store try to
re-load it again. If the file
opens on your PC, but does
not open on the Device, save
the book in another format.
Html book opens
but is displayed
incorrectly.
For example, there
are empty pages,
some part of the text
is missing etc.
HTML-files con –
tain non-text el-
ements (frames,
JAVA-scripts,
flash-elements)
Save the page in TXT format
Book opens but
various symbols,
question marks etc.
are displayed instead
of letters
Incorrect
encoding
Switch to reading mode,
select Settings and change
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Malfunction Possible Reason Solution
No response when
you press any key
Sometimes
(e.g., when
downloading
damaged or too
large books)
the Device may
freeze
Close the frozen applica-
tion by pressing key for
1–2 sec. If this doesn’t help,
press Reset on the rear
panel to reload your device.
After connection to
PC disks are not dis-
played in Explorer
Your Device is
in the battery
charging mode.
Check USB mode in Set-
tings Main Menu item. Set
Connection to PC or Ask at
Connection
No signal in
connection
cable
Check USB cable condition
and its proper connection to
connector. Try to connect the
USB-cable to another port
Bookmarks, settings
and current position
in file cannot be
saved
File system
damaged
Connect the device to a PC
and check disks. To proceed,
open My Computer, right-
click on the selected disk
and select Properties >Service
> Check Disk
Internal memory
is full
Delete books, images and/
or music files that you do
not need
Battery discharges
too fast
Disabled
automatic turn-
ing off
Settings > Clock in Main
Menu. Select automatic turn
off time in Auto Turn Off
in… itemCustomer Support
For detailed information about service centers in your
country please use contacts below:
Česko 800-701-307
Deutschland 0-800-187-30-03
France 0805-080277
Polska 0-0-800-141-0112
Slovensko 0-800-606-676
USA/Canada 1-877-910-1520
Россия 8-800-100-6990
Україна 0-800-304-800
Казахстан 8-800-333-35-13
Беларусь 8-820-0011-02-62
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tions that included the use of compliant peripheral devices and shielded
cables between system components. It is important that you use compliant
peripheral devices and shielded cables between system components to re-
duce the possibility of causing interference to radios, televisions, and other
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limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg)
averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted
using standard operating positions with the device transmitting
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maximum value because the device is designed to use only the
power required to reach the network.
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