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PUTTING VIDEOS, MUSIC AND PHOTOS ONTO YOUR ARCHOS
Charging: Whenever your ARCHOS is connected to a running computer, it will charge automati-
cally (even if you unmount it with the safe removal icon).
Connecting: When you connect the USB cable to your computer, the ARCHOS will connect as
an external hard drive. Windows® Explorer will show it as ARCHOS (E:) for example. For Macin-
tosh® computers, it will also appear as an external hard drive. PROBLEM: The video/music le I saved onto the ARCHOS does not play or plays incorrectly.
SOLUTION: Make sure that it is in a format that is supported by the ARCHOS (visit www.archos.com for more
information). PROBLEM: The device is frozen and doesn’t respond to tapping on the screen.SOLUTION: Turn off the device with the switch on the bottom and restart as normal. PROBLEM: I would like to charge my device with the PC but listen to it at the same time.
SOLUTION: By ‘removing safely’ the device (on your PC: safe removal icon, in the system tray, next to the
clock), but not unplugging the USB cable, you can use your ARCHOS product while it charges. This charge and
listen function is not possible with Windows Vista® and Windows® 7 computers.
PROBLEM: I added new music to my ARCHOS but it does not show up in the Music browser.
SOLUTION:You must place your les in the Music folder on the ARCHOS. If it does not have music tags, it will
be listed under <No artist>, <No album>, etc.
PROBLEM: I cannot see a le that I just copied to my ARCHOS.
SOLUTION: Remember that when you are browsing in the Music or Photo folders, the les that are not of those
types will not be visible - even though they are there. Use the Files browser to see all your les.
You can transfer your media les to the ARCHOS either by copy/pasting them into the respective folders using Windows® Explorer (or the Finder on a Macintosh®), or by using Windows Media® Player. The Synchronize button in Windows Media® Player is a one way ‘sync’ button. It will add video, music and photo les to your ARCHOS. It will give you the possibility to have the same digital media on your ARCHOS as you have in your Windows Media® Player library. On your computer, start Windows Media® Player. 1) Select the Sync tab. 2) Drag the media les
you want to transfer into the sync area in the panel on the right. 3) Click on the Start Sync button.
The selected videos, songs or photos will be copied directly into the corresponding Video, Music or
Pictures folder of the ARCHOS. See your Windows Media® Player help instructions for more infor-
mation. To receive and play podcasts, you can use freely available software from the Internet such as the popular Juice program to get your podcasts and then you can transfer them to your ARCHOS. Synchronize with Windows Media® Player 11Copy/paste with Windows® Explorer
Opening the Video browser will display a list of the video les (and only video les) that have
been saved into the Video folder on the ARCHOS. Tap the screen to hide or show the on-screen
controls. From the video player, select > TV Out to display the image on your TV (if you have
connected the optional HDMI video cable). Then, use the touchscreen of your ARCHOS to control the video.
Opening the photo browser will allow you to view the stored photos one by one or as an automatic slide show. Slide your nger across the screen to the right or to the left to view the next or previous photo. Tap the screen to hide or show the controls. Press the play icon to start a slide show of the
pictures in the current folder. You can make a slide show with music by using the Music Player menu
Opening the music browser will allow you to choose your music by the title, artist, album, or genre (so long as the music les have these tag information in them). If a song has no music tags,
then you can nd it in the folder named <No artist>, <No album>, etc.
If a lyrics le (text le of type .LRC) is found in the same folder and has the same name as the
song playing, the song lyrics will be shown while the song plays ( > Display > Display Lyrics).
The ARCHOS will not play DRM protected music (these are typically music les that have been purchased on-line).
WALLPAPER CHANGER: You can set your own wallpaper by going to the photo browser and select-
ing > Set Wallpaper in the Photo settings. It will set your wallpaper to the currently viewed
SETTINGS: (select from the home screen):These are the main settings of the ARCHOS and allow
you to set items such as automatic power-off time, screen brightness, the time & date, or languageNote: This device is also capable of displaying simple text (.txt) les.
DISCONNECTING THE ARCHOS FROM A COMPUTER
Once all your le transfers are nished, close Windows® Explorer and any other program that may have read or written to the ARCHOS. Click on the ‘safely remove’ icon in the system tray, next to the clock. Before removing the cable, you will notice the state of the battery charge. If the icon has solid bars, this means the battery is completely charged. If they are blinking, it means the battery is still charging. You can leave the device to fully charge or unplug the cable and use the ARCHOS with a partial charge.
2. Safely Remove
3. Unplug from computer
To change the language of your device, select (from the home screen), Language, and
then the desired language. Press on the Back/escape button to return. Displays available optionsUSB portHDMI Video output(with optional mini HDMI / HDMI video cable for purchase)Micro-SD card readerHeadphonesReturn to home screenVolumeBack/escapeOn/Off(Hold for 3 seconds to turn on/off)Lock/unlock the buttons Press the On/Off button onceVolume Control1. (Tap on the volume bar for the desired level)Song title2. Album name3. Artist name4. Play mode5. (Tap on this icon to change the mode: Normal or Shuffle)Repeat Mode6. (Tap on this icon to change the mode: Normal or Repeat)Elapsed time 7. (tap anywhere on the progression bar to jump to another part of the song)
Song item 8. out of total number of songs on
the device/folderTotal song length9. Back 10. (tap to start the previous song or hold to backup quickly within the song)Play/pause11. Forward 12. (tap to start the next song or hold to forward quickly within the song)Playback options13.
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