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GPS 84H.3

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Content:

Chapter 1: Beginning Use

1.1 Appearance

1.2 Power Supply & Charging

1.3 Basic Use

1.4 System Main Interface and Major Functions

Chapter II GPS

2.1 Map

2.2 Navigation

2.3 Reception

Chapter III Interface and Operation

Chapter IV Troubleshooting 24

Welcome

✓ MSB2521PCBA CPU with high performance and low power consumption

✓ Friendly user interface for simple operation

✓ Power management for longer and more stable operation

✓ Data transmission with computers via Mini USB

✓ Quality reception for accurate positioning and satisfactory navigation service

✓ Leisure partner with audio/video/amusement functions.

You may use the GPS navigator anytime anywhere, for example while driving, walking or cycling. Its navigation and amusement functions will enrich your life and work!

To fully exert the functions of GPS 84H-3 and to understand the operation details, please read the manual carefully.

You may see the following supplemental information in the manual.

[Note]: Explanation of relevant subjects

[Relevant Information]: Extra information of relevant subjects

[Attention]: Precautions or warnings of relevant subjects. Please pay attention to this information and follow the instructions to avoid devastating influence on yourself and others.

 [*]: Optional function.

This manual is applicable only to the GPS 84H-3.

Chapter1:  Beginning Use

This chapter introduces the appearance, components and basic operations of GPS 84H-3.

  • Appearance

The effect figure below is subject to the material object.

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SNComponentExplanation
1Indicator lightIndicating the operating state of external power supply
2Touch pen slotLocation of the touch pen
3SpeakerPlaying sounds (such as navigation prompt tones, music, etc.)
4Power keyPowering on/ off and sleep
5Earphone jackConnected with the stereo phone
6MINI USB portCommunicating with PC via MINI USB cable and used as the charging port
7Battery coverBattery inside
8SIM slotSIM card inside
9Reset keyRestart the system

 

 

  • Power Supply & Charging

Charge the GPS navigator fully with the charger before first use.

  • Power Supply

The GPS 84H-3 can be powered by the built-in battery or external power supply. When the GPS navigator is unconnected to the charger, it is powered by the Li-polymer battery. The battery capacity icon in the system main interface shows current residual battery capacity. When the GPS navigator is connected to the charger, it is powered by external power and the battery is charged.

 

[Attention] The GPS navigator adopts internal non-removable Li-polymer battery. To avoid battery rupture, explosion, release of hazardous substance or burn, do not unpack, pierce, strike on or discard the battery in fire or water.

  • Charging by Charger

The GPS navigator must be charged with the charger before first use. Plug the USB terminal of the charger into the USB port on the left side of the GPS navigator and the other to the power socket to supply power and charge the GPS navigator.

 

[Note] The charging indicator light is red during charging. Do not unplug the charge until the battery is fully charged and the indicator light turns green. Please charge the GPS navigator when the battery is low or used up in succeeding use.

  • Charging by Car Charger

Plug one terminal of the car charger into the USB port on the left side of the GPS navigator and the other to the charging port to supply power and charge the GPS navigator.

 

 [Note] Plug in the car charger after the automobile is started to avoid damage due to current surge.

 

1.3 Basic Use

1.3.1 Powering on/off & Sleep

2.3.1.1 Powering on Press the power key on the top side of the GPS navigator for at least two seconds to power it on.

[Note] Great humidity fluctuation may lead to short circuit of the GPS navigator. Power on the navigator after it has accommodated to new environment.

 

2.3.1.2. Powering off & Sleep

Long press the power key to power off the GPS navigator. The following interface will be prompted. If sleep is selected, the navigator will automatically resume the state before entering sleep mode when powered on again.

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1.3.2 Restarting the System

When the system does not response, press the reset key on the back of the GPS navigator to restart the system.

[Relevant Information] The following situations might lead to no response of the – system.

  1. Delay or stagnancy in interface switching;
  2. Failure of function activation with overlong execution;
  3. Failure to power on/off the GPS navigator by pressing the power key

[Note] Restarting the system by pressing the reset key will result in loss of unsaved data. Please backup your data regularly.

 1.3.3 Fixing the GPS Navigator with Mounting Kit.

The mounting kit is composed of a back splint and a bracket. To use the GPS navigator in an automobile, fix it on the dashboard under the front windshield.

[Note] Do not place the GPS navigator in positions obstructing the driver’s vision. Do not place it without fixing it, or in the place of air bag or the area after the air bag is inflated.

1.3.4 Using T-FLASH Card

Copy mapping applications, map data and media files in a T-FLASH card. Insert the card in the corresponding slot.

 

[Note]

  1. Do not take out the T-FLASH card while a navigation program is being run or a media file is being played.
  2. To avoid drop or crash of the T-FLASH card, do not exert heavy pressure on it or bend it.
  3. Avoid using or storing the T-FLASH card in high temperature, high humidity or direct sunlight. Keep the card away from liquid or corrosive substance.
  4. Mind the direction while inserting the T-FLASH card to avoid damaging the slot or the card.

1.4 System Main Interface and Major Functions

Long press the power key on the top side of the GPS navigator to enter the system main interface shown below.

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The main functions are listed as below.

Function Explanation 
GPSTap to enable navigation function
Music PlayerWMA9 and WAV files supported; Random, sequence and cycle play supported
Movie PlayerWMV, ASF and AVI files supported; player Adjustment of playing progress, pause and full-screen play supported
E-bookTXT files reading supporting page selection
FlashSWF files supported;
WallpaperSet Desktop Wallpaper
FMFM channel to adjust the power
CalculatorUnits can be calculated
UnitThe unit conversion
Gps infoRecorded signal
ThemeTheme settings
Photo browserJPG, GIF, BMP and PNG files supported; Photo rotation, zoom in/out and auto play supported
ExplorerGo to the desktop
GobangGobang games
BoxManBoxMan games
Snake Snake games
Nav path Navigation path specified
VolumeSet Volume
BacklightSet backlight brightness
LanguageSet Language
Date timeTime and date settings
CalibrationCalibration
FactotyFactoty
Sys infoCheck the latest information
USB Set the USB function

 

 

Chapter II GPS

Various navigation mapping applications can be installed in the GPS navigator, such as CARELAND and RITU intelligent navigation systems, which position the navigator via the satellite receiver and display it on the map. Set a destination, and the system will automatically work out the best path to help the user reach the destination safely and quickly.

2.1 Map

Due to transportation development, inconformity between products and real traffic information will occur a period after product release. Please drive according to road condition and abide by traffic regulations.

2.2 Navigation

Navigation paths are for reference only, and the user may decide whether to follow them.

2.3 Reception

High and crowded structures (such as inside of tunnels, space between high buildings, underground car parks and under viaducts), weather change or satellite signals turnoff may influence signal reception, resulting in positioning failure, inaccurate positioning, navigation failure or system function abnormity. With stereoscopic maps, instant animation, voice prompt and text prompt of the navigation system, you will appreciate its unique charm and enjoy a great trip. Different navigation maps may have different operation methods. Please follow instructions of corresponding navigation mapping applications. [Note] Before using the GPS navigator, please purchase and install mapping applications and appoint file paths. For setting methods please refer to 6.10 Setting Navigation Path.

 

 

 

 

Chapter III Interface and Operation

3.1 Music Player

Tap Player in the system main interface to enter the music interface as shown below.

 

Name Explanation
CloseClose the music player.
MinimizeMinimize the music player and return to the Media interface.
PlayContinue playing the paused/ stopped music.
PausePause the music being played.
StopStop the music being played.
Set playSelect sequence, random or cycle play. sequence
PreviousPlay the previous music.
NextPlay the next music.
VolumeDrag it leftward to turn down or rightward to turn up the volume.
ProgressDrag it leftward or rightward to play from a previous or future moment.
Music listEnter it to select music to play.
TimeDisplay the run time.
EqualizerEnter the equalizer.
CloseClose the Music List
Scroll barDrag it upward/ downward to view all music. bar
Add oneAdd a piece of music on the left list to the play list on the right
Add allAdd all the music on the left list to the play list on the right.
Delete oneSelect one piece of music in the play list and tap the icon to one delete it.
Delete allDelete all the music in the play list.

 

3.2 Movie Player

Tap Music in the video player interface shown as below..

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NameExplanation
CloseClose the video player.
PreviousFilm Play the previous film.
PlayContinue playing the paused/ stopped music. Next film Play the next film.
StopStop the film being played.
Video folderEnter it to select a film to play.
ProgressDrag the sliding block leftward to play from a previous moment or rightward coming moment.
VolumeDrag it leftward to turn down or rightward to turn up the volume.
TimeDisplay the play time and the music duration.

 

Tap in the Video Player interface to enter the video folder shown as below.

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NameExplanation

 

Close

 

Close the video folder.

 

ScrollScroll bar Drag the sliding block upward/ downward to view all the files inside the folder.
Film name& format

 

Film name and its format

 

 

 

3.3 PM Player

Tap in the video player interface shown as below.

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3.4 E-book Reader

Tap in the Media interface to enter the reader interface shown as below.

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NameExplanation
File name& formatCurrent file name and format.
CloseClose the reader.

 

Scroll barDrag the sliding block upward/ downward to view all content of the e-book. Enter the e-
FolderEnter the folder to select an eBook to read
PreviousRead the previous page.
NextRead the next page.
settingSelect a text theme, font, word size and bold type.
New bookmarkSelect partial text and tap the icon to create a bookmark
Bookmark listEnter the bookmark list to select or delete a bookmark.

Tap in the e-book reader interface to enter the setting interface shown as below.

 

NameExplanation

 

Close

 

Exit the setting interface
SaveSave the setting
ThemeTab down button to select a theme for the ebook
FontTab down button to select a font for the ebook
BoldTap to enable bold type. Tap it again to cancel

Tap in the e-book reader interface to enter the e-book folder shows as below:

 

 

NameExplanation

 

Close

 

Close current folder
ReturnReturn to the previous folder
Scroll barDrag the sliding block upward/downward to view all TXT files.
File name & FormatThe file name and format

 

To create a bookmark, locate a page by tapping or dragging the scroll bar in the reader interface text content. Tap when it is ON, Tap OK to finish.

 

Tap to view created bookmark in the interface of bookmark list shown as below.

Drag the scroll bar and select a bookmark on the left list. Tap to go to the page with the bookmark or tap to delete the book mark.

Tap 3.5 flash player in the photo browser interface shown as below.

 

 

3.6 Wallpaper

Tap wallpaper in the photo browser interface shown as below.

3.7 FM

Tap FM in the photo browser interface shown as below.

NameExplanation

 

Close

 

Exit the FM Setting.
saveSave current setting.
Use FMTick the box to enable FM Functions
FrequencyDrag the slide block rightward (or tap +) to increase the frequency and leftward (or tap -) to reduce the frequency. The frequency range is 88.00 Mhz-108.00 Mhz

 

3.8 Calculator

Tap Calculator in the photo browser interface shown as below.

3.9 Unit

Tap unit in the photo browser interface shown as below.

3.10 GPS Info

Tap GPS Info in the photo browser interface shown as below.

 

 

3.11 GPS Info

Tap GPS Info in the photo browser interface shown as below.

Tap OK to rest the GPS satellite or tap cancel to exit

3.12 Photo browser

Tap Photo browser in the photo browser interface shown as below.

Tap Photo in the photo browser interface shown as below.

 

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

 

 

 

 

 

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

 

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

 

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

select a map address, and tap floppy image to save the setting

3.18 Volume

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

 

 

3.19 Backlight

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

 

Tap in the browser interface to enter the photo folds shown as below

 

 

 

 

Chapter IV Troubleshooting

Please carry out the following operation in case of abnormal operation of the GPS navigator. For further problem, please contact our customer services center.

 

 

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