Philips GoGEAR MP3 player (SA018102B/02) User Manual – Page 12

Posted on 25 Dec, 2019
Manufacturer: Philips
Category: Portable audio
Product: Philips GoGEAR MP3 player (SA018102B/02)
Pages: 21
File size: 3 MB

11
Connect the earphones
This is how to connect the supplied
earphones:
Install the Philips Device
Manager software
System requirements:
Windows® (2000, XP, Vista)
Pentium III 800 MHz processor or higher
128 MB RAM
500 MB hard disk space
Internet connection
Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
USB port
1
Connect the mini USB plug of the
supplied cable to SA018.
2
Connect the standard USB plug of the
supplied cable to your computer.
A pop-up window appears on the
»
computer.
3
From the pop-up window, select
Install
Philips Device Manager
.
4
Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the installation of the
Philips
Device Manager
.
If the pop-up window fails to appear on the
computer...
1
Select
My Computer
(WindowsXP®
/ Windows2000®) /
Computer
(WindowsVista®).
2
Right click on
Philips GoGear SA018
.
Connect and charge
Warning
Impor tant: SA018 uses the USB connection
with the computer to update internal
software. To prevent data loss and product
malfunction, do not disconnect during the
update process.
SA018 has a built-in battery that can be
charged as follows:
through the combined headphone / USB
jack of SA018, from a computer (with the
supplied USB cable)
through the combined headphone / USB
jack of SA018, directly from the power
supply (with a charger, sold separately)
Note
While SA018 is connected to a computer or
power supply, all controls and functions are
inactive.
SA018 remains in off-mode after charging
process is completed.
Connect the supplied USB cable
1
Connect the USB plug of the supplied
USB cable to a spare USB port on your
computer.
2
Connect the special USB plug of the
supplied USB cable to the combined
headphone / USB jack on SA018.
3
Turn on your computer.
SA018 charges.
»
Note
For first-time use, allow SA018 to charge for
3 hours.
While SA018 is connected to a computer, all
controls and functions are inactive.
The amber charging LED changes to green
when the charging process is completed. For
more information on LED status indicators,
see section
Status indicators and their
meanings
.
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