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Limit the amount of time you use headphones, earphones, ear buds, or other devices that provide sound directly into your ears. Avoid using high volume to block surrounding noise. Page Using The Cameras You also can use the camera with other applications that provide features such as photographing, video capturing, and video conferencing.
Then follow the onscreen instructions. Page Working With Email If you are accustomed to using a traditional physical keyboard, you can connect a USB keyboard to your tablet. This action reduces any static electricity from your body.
To configure screen settings for the external display, do the following: 1. Page Sharing Your Internet Connection Synchronizing files by using the Lenovo Cloud solution The Lenovo Cloud solution enables you to access, view, upload, or download massive resources, software, and information on a remote cloud server in a secured environment.
Use location-based applications such as Google Maps to find your current location, get directions to your destination, and find other location-based information. Note: For longer battery life, disable the GPS satellite receiver when not in use.
Page 38 User Guide Page Chapter 6. Thinkpad Tablet 2 Options Chapter 6. It also provides you with easy access to connectors for USB devices, file transfers, charging, audio input, audio output, and video output. Press a hot key to quickly control the associated function. Page Using The Thinkpad Tablet 2 Dock For more information about the Bluetooth keyboard, refer to the documentation shipped with the Bluetooth keyboard.
To connect your tablet to the dock, do the following: 1. Chapter 6 ThinkPad Tablet 2 options Page 44 User Guide Page Chapter 7. Security Choose your supervisor password and type it in the Enter New Password field. Tap the next line. Retype the password you just entered to verify it. In the Enter Current Password field, type the current supervisor password. You must take your tablet to a Lenovo reseller or a Lenovo marketing representative to have the system board replaced.
Proof of purchase is required, and a fee will be charged for parts and service. Page Using Firewalls Lenovo provides a full version of antivirus software on your tablet with a free day subscription. After 30 days, you must renew the license to continue receiving the antivirus software updates.
Page 48 User Guide Page Chapter 8. Turn off the tablet, wait for about five seconds, and then insert the USB recovery key into the USB connector of your tablet. Page Advanced Startup Options 7. Tap Settings. Tap Change PC settings. Page Chapter 9. Click your tablet product name to view all the device drivers for your tablet. Do not download them from the Windows Update Web site. Page Security Menu Table 1. If Enabled is selected, users can use debug port. Page 54 Table 2. Note: This option appears only if the system uses TPM 2.
Page Startup Menu Startup menu You might need to change the tablet startup settings. To do so, tap Startup from the ThinkPad Setup menu. Page Setting Management Feature Setting management feature Your network administrator can remotely update the system programs on your tablet from a management console. Page 58 User Guide Page Chapter You And Your Tablet Screen reader applications Screen reader applications can read out software application interfaces, help systems, and a variety of online documents.
If you need this feature, go to Windows Store or Lenovo App Store to download a screen reader application. Getting updates Your tablet enables you to update the Windows operating system and Lenovo applications. This program enables you to keep the Lenovo software on your tablet up-to-date by downloading and installing software updates. Page 62 User Guide Troubleshooting Problems USB cable to see if the problem is caused by a drained battery. If the problem persists, insert a straightened paper clip into the emergency-reset hole.
If the problem still persists, contact Lenovo for technical support. If the problem persists, contact Lenovo for technical support. The system board should be replaced, and the box serial number needs to be reinstalled. Have the tablet serviced. The system board should be replaced, and the UUID needs to be reinstalled. Page 66 Solution: If you have modified a partition on your solid state drive by using partition software, information about that partition, or the master boot record might have been destroyed.
Turn off the tablet, and then turn it on again. Using the registered information, Lenovo can contact you in case of a recall or other severe problems. After you register your tablet with Lenovo, you will receive quicker service when you call Lenovo for help. In addition, some locations offer extended privileges and services to registered users.
Page Lenovo User Forums If you want to expand the capabilities of your tablet, Lenovo has a number of hardware accessories and upgrades to meet your needs. You can shop at Lenovo 24 hours a day, 7 days a week directly over the World Wide Web.
All you need is an Internet connection and a credit card. Page Appendix A. Regulatory Information Due to the fact that integrated wireless cards operate within the guidelines found in radio frequency safety standards and recommendations, Lenovo believes they are safe for use by consumers. These standards and recommendations reflect the consensus of the scientific community and result from deliberations of panels and committees of scientists who continually review and interpret the extensive research literature.
Page Location Of The Ultraconnect Wireless Antennas Location of the UltraConnect wireless antennas The ThinkPad Tablet 2 features an integrated diversity antenna system built into the display for optimal reception, enabling wireless communication wherever you are. The following illustration shows the location of each built-in wireless antenna. Lenovo is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by using other than specified or recommended cables and connectors or by unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment.
Page Additional Regulatory Information For more information about the wireless regulatory notices, refer to the Regulatory Notice that came with your tablet. Page 74 User Guide Page Appendix B. Environmental, Recycling, And Disposal Information Collecting and recycling a disused Lenovo computer or monitor If you are a company employee and need to dispose of a Lenovo computer or monitor that is the property of the company, you must do so in accordance with the Law for Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources.
Page Recycling Information For Brazil If you need to replace it with a new one, contact your place of purchase or contact Lenovo for service. If you need to dispose of a disused lithium battery, insulate it with vinyl tape, contact your place of purchase or an industrial-waste-disposal operator, and follow their instructions. View a list of recently received e-mails.
Touch to launch the Email application. Get notifications about the latest software updates from Lenovo and third-party service. View events conducted through various widgets and applications on your tablet, such as. An application is a software program that enables you to perform a specific task.
Note: Preinstalled applications vary by geographic locations and are subject to change. The following table lists some applications that might be preinstalled on your tablet. View the locations of your friends on Google Map and share or hide your location. Play music stored on your tablet or music stored on an optionally installed flash. Depending on the country of delivery, the SIM card might already be installed in your tablet or might be part of the shipping contents that came with your tablet.
As a precaution, always hold your tablet in your hand before you install or remove the SIM card to avoid electrostatic discharges. Turn off the tablet by pressing the power button for a few seconds, and then touch OK from the Power off menu. Hold the SIM card with the metal contacts facing down and pointing toward the tablet, and then insert it firmly into the SIM card slot until you hear a click.
Push the SIM card inward and then release it. The SIM card ejects. Gently slide the SIM card out of the slot. The first time you turn on your tablet, the Setup Wizard is displayed to help you set up your tablet step by step. Touch the right arrow to go to the next step after you finish a setting. Note: You cannot go forward until you accept the agreement. Using the onscreen keyboard. This step provides you an opportunity to practice using the onscreen keyboard. Touch Skip if you do not want to practice.
The tablet scans for available Wi-Fi networks. Touch Wifi network within range to set up a Wi-Fi connection. If your tablet supports wireless WAN connection, touch Set up your Mobile Broadband 3G connection to activate your mobile network account. Note: A SIM card is required to activate your mobile network account. If you choose not to connect to a wireless network now, touch the right arrow to go to the next step.
You can connect to a wireless network later. Google Account and Location Services. If a wireless connection has been established, create a Google Account or sign in to your Google Account if you already have one. Otherwise, touch the right arrow to finish the setup.
To optimize your tablet capabilities, register and sign in to a Google Account to use Google applications, download applications from Android Market, back up your settings and other data to Google servers, and take advantage of other Google services on your tablet. Note: An Internet connection is required to create or sign in to a Google Account.
Ensure that your tablet has an active Wi-Fi or mobile data connection 2G or 3G before you register or sign in. From the main Home screen, touch the Android Settings icon on Lenovo Launch Zone, or touch the applications icon from the action bar and then touch Settings. The Android Settings screen opens. Touch Google Accounts from the account type list. Touch Create account , and then follow the instructions on the screen to create your account.
Touch the account type that you want to add. Type your account information and touch Sign in. Follow the instructions on the screen to finish adding the account. The changes you make to any added account on the tablet or on the Web can be automatically synchronized with each other. By default, the Auto-sync function is enabled. If you want to synchronize your accounts with your tablet manually, do the following:. Touch the account that you want to synchronize with your tablet.
Configure the items that you want to synchronize, and then touch the Sync Now icon from the top right corner of the screen. If you have forgotten your Google Account password, you can reset it by doing the following:. A list of items that this account can synchronize is displayed.
Select or clear the check box for an item to change the synchronization settings. As the starting points to use your tablet, Home screens display the status of your tablet and provide you with access to applications. There are five Home screens. By default, the main Home screen is displayed whenever you turn on your tablet or press the Home button.
Touch a blank area on the screen and slide your finger left or right horizontally to view the other Home screens. Note: The available widgets and application shortcuts on Home screens might vary by geographic location. You can customize the five Home screens to meet your personal preferences. For example, you can change the main Home screen, add or remove widgets or applications, change the wallpaper, and so on. By default, a Lenovo-unique widget named Lenovo Launch Zone is displayed at the center of the main Home screen.
Lenovo Launch Zone provides you with easy access to Android settings, notifications for the latest updates from Lenovo, and customizable launch points to your favorite applications. Note: Default applications in Lenovo Launch Zone vary by geographic locations. Launch your favorite video player, such as mSpot Movies, to watch movies or videos. The number next to the Email icon indicates the number of unread e-mails. You can. Launch your favorite e-book reader, such as Amazon Kindle, to read books, magazines,.
Launch your favorite music player, radio player, or music download site to listen to music,. Receive information and tips about your tablet, as well as special offers in configured. This icon is displayed only when there are unread system notifications from Lenovo. You can change the center area of Lenovo Launch Zone, which is predefined as 7 Browser, to be a picture viewer. You also can. In this way, you can load your most commonly used applications on Lenovo Launch Zone and access those applications with a simple touch.
The system bar at the bottom of a Home screen displays status icons, notification icons, the current time, and several device controls:. The right side of the system bar displays time, system status icons, and notification icons. When you touch the time area, the Status Details panel opens displaying the current time, date, wireless connection status, and battery status. When any notifications are present, the summary is listed below the status details.
Touch a notification to view the detailed information. When you touch anywhere in the Status Details panel, the Quick Settings panel is displayed below the status details. Through Quick Settings, you can adjust the display brightness and enable or disable a feature, such as mobile network connection, GPS, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Email sync, screen orientation, and notifications.
Tap gently on the screen with your fingertip to launch an application, select an item, open a menu, or type text using the onscreen keyboard. To move an item such as an image and an icon on the screen, touch and hold your finger on the item, move your finger to the desired location, and then take your finger off the screen.
Move your finger in a vertical or horizontal direction on the screen to scroll through Home screens, Web pages, lists, picture thumbnails, and so on. For some applications, quickly tap twice on the screen to zoom in. Double-tap again to zoom out. Touch and hold the word you want to use until the pop-up menu is displayed.
Touch Select text. The edit menu is displayed at the top of the screen. The selected word is highlighted and two selection tabs are displayed under the word. Drag either selection tab to expand or reduce the range of the selected text.
If you want to select all text, touch Select all. Touch Cut or Copy from the edit menu. The text is saved to the clipboard. Touch and hold the area where you want to paste the text that you cut or copied. A pop-up option is displayed. Touch Paste to paste the text. Your tablet has a built-in motion sensor that supports the screen auto-rotation feature. By default, this feature is enabled. When you rotate the tablet, the screen automatically rotates to landscape or portrait view.
Then touch Lock screen orientation. Then touch Screen Auto-rotate screen. Note: Some applications do not support the screen auto-rotation feature. The onscreen keyboard is displayed automatically anytime you need to type. It automatically rotates to either the portrait or landscape view based on the tablet orientation.
Use the onscreen keyboard to type text, numbers, symbols, and other characters. Your tablet is preinstalled with the Android keyboard and the FlexT9 keyboard. You can download more input methods from Android Market. When you need to type text, touch the text field to bring up the onscreen keyboard, then touch keys on the keyboard to type.
To close the onscreen keyboard, touch the down arrow button from the system bar. Touch the shift key to capitalize the character. Double-tap the shift key to make all characters capitalized. By default, the auto-capitalization function is enabled when you are typing English. To type numbers and symbols, touch the key to switch to the numbers and symbols keyboard. To input text by speaking, touch the microphone key to start speaking. FlexT9 also supports speak mode, which means you can input text by speaking.
To use the speak mode, touch the dragon flame key and speak the text that you want to input. When you are done, simply stop talking. FlexT9 converts your speech to visual text. In noisy environments, it might be necessary to manually stop the speak mode by touching anywhere on the keyboard.
If you prefer to input text by writing, touch the pen key to enable the handwriting mode. Touch and hold the settings key to bring up the input method selection dialog box. Touch the desired input method from the list. Touch and hold the key to bring up the FlexT9 input method selection dialog box. Touch Select Input Method. All the input methods are listed with their submenus. For the Android keyboard, touch Active input methods and disable the selection Use system language.
For the FlexT9 keyboard, touch Settings Languages and settings. Touch the desired input language from the language list. If you have configured multiple languages and want to switch to another language when you are typing text, do the following:. Touch the desired language from the list. The selected language is displayed on the space key. Touch and hold the space key. A pop-up menu is displayed listing all of the languages that you have configured.
Touch the desired language from the pop-up menu. Your tablet has dictionaries in many languages that can be helpful when composing messages and documents. The appropriate dictionary is activated automatically when you touch a supported keyboard. The active dictionary suggests corrections or completes the word while you type. You do not need to interrupt your typing to accept the suggested word. To accept a dictionary suggestion, touch the space key on the keyboard when the dictionary suggestion is displayed.
To reject a dictionary suggestion, finish typing the word that you want, and then touch the suggestion to dismiss it before typing anything else. If you misspell a word, the word is underlined with a dotted line. Touch the misspelled word and a list of suggested corrections is displayed. Touch the one that best matches your word. The misspelled word is replaced. You also can create your own dictionary by using the User dictionary function. If you prefer to use a physical keyboard, just connect an external USB keyboard or a wireless Bluetooth keyboard to your tablet.
The onscreen keyboard is disabled automatically. The battery-powered ThinkPad Tablet Pen enables you to input text or draw graphics in a natural manner. Some tablets are equipped with a ThinkPad Tablet Pen as a standard feature. To use the ThinkPad Tablet Pen, hold the pen and gently touch the screen with the tip to accomplish actions such as touch, touch and hold, drag, and slide.
You also can touch an item or a blank area with the pen tip and then press the active button 1 to imitate a touch-and-hold operation. When drawing or writing with the pen, hold the pen vertically to achieve the best line quality.
Your tablet provides a storage slot and string holes for the ThinkPad Tablet Pen. When you are not using the ThinkPad Tablet Pen, store it in the tablet. If you need to use the pen frequently, string the pen to the string holes to avoid losing it.
To prevent unauthorized use and access to your data, lock your tablet when you are not using it. After you lock your tablet, nothing happens when you touch the screen, but you still can listen to music and use the volume buttons.
To lock your tablet, press the power button once. The tablet screen is turned off. To unlock the screen, press the power button again and drag the unlock icon across the screen in any direction. If you have set up a screen unlock password or a Personal Identification Number PIN , or an unlock pattern, you have to type the correct password or PIN, or draw the correct pattern to unlock your screen.
To extend the functionality of your tablet, download and install additional applications from Android Market and Lenovo App Shop. Both Android Market and Lenovo App Shop provide an easy and quick way for you to shop for games and mobile applications. To download or buy an application or a game from Android Market, do the following:.
From the action bar, touch the applications icon to open the application library. Touch the Android Market icon to launch the application. Sign in to Android Market with your Google Account. If you do not have a Google Account, follow the instructions on the screen to create an account.
If you are launching this application for the first time, read the terms and conditions and touch Accept. The Android Market screen is displayed. Scroll and browse listed applications or games to locate the desired application or game. Touch the application or game to view detailed information. The downloading icon is displayed on the system bar. When the download finishes, touch the time area from the system bar to bring up the notification messages.
Touch the installed application on the list and follow the instructions on the screen to use it. To download or buy an application or a game from Lenovo App Shop, do the following:. Note: You only need to enable Unknown sources the first time you download applications from Lenovo App Shop, or after you perform a factory data reset operation. Touch the Lenovo App Shop icon to launch the application. Touch the application or game, and then follow the instructions on the screen to download and install it.
Because the Home screens are the starting points for you to use your tablet, you might want to customize the Home screens to meet your personal preferences. Read this topic to learn how to customize your Home screens by adding an item to a Home screen, rearranging the Home screens, resetting the main Home screen, changing the wallpaper, and customizing Lenovo Launch Zone. To add an application shortcut, widget, or other item to a Home screen, do the following:.
Touch the Customize icon from the action bar to open the Home screen customization view. Touch the App shortcuts tab, the Widgets tab, or the More tab to select the desired item that you want to add. Drag the item to the Home screen where you want to add it. If you drag it to a Home screen and pause before lifting your finger, the Home screen enlarges so you can place the item where you want it to be located. Otherwise, the item is placed on the first available spot.
If you simply touch the item instead of dragging it, the item is added to the Home screen from which you entered the Home screen customization view. Note: When adding some items, you might be prompted to make additional selections before the item is added to a Home screen. Touch and hold the item you want to reposition until it magnifies and becomes movable. Do not lift your finger. Drag the item to a new location on the same Home screen and release your finger. If you want to move the item to another Home screen, hold and drag the item to the left or right outline of another Home screen until the desired Home screen opens, and then release your finger.
Touch and hold the item you want to remove until it magnifies and becomes movable. The applications icon in the top right corner changes to the Trash icon. Drag the item to the Trash icon. Release your finger when the Trash icon glows red. Touch the Wallpapers tab and touch a source Gallery, Live Wallpapers, or Wallpaper from which to select the wallpaper.
Touch the image of the wallpaper you want to use. Touch the Options tab. Touch and hold the Home icon , and then drag it to another location above the Home screen that you want to set as the main Home screen. The selected Home screen is highlighted in green. Release your finger. The selected Home screen becomes the main Home screen.
Touch and hold a Home screen and drag it to a new location. The target location is highlighted with a green line. The Home screen is moved to the new location. Customize Lenovo Launch Zone by changing the background color, the transparency level, and other settings to meet your personal preferences. To change the background color and the transparency level of Lenovo Launch Zone, do the following:.
The settings items are displayed. Touch Change Launch Zone Color. Touch your favorite color and slide the transparency bar to your preference. To replace one of the predefined four quadrants with another application, do the following:. Touch the name of the quadrant that you want to replace. Touch Select an application. Touch Browse. Scroll through the application list and touch the desired application. You can now launch the selected application from the quadrant.
Touch Zone 5: Customize. Touch one of the following:. To change other settings, open the Lenovo Launch Zone settings view and touch an item for further configuration. Note: Default applications on Lenovo Launch Zone vary by geographic locations. Therefore, the Launch Zone settings on your tablet might be different from those described in the following table. If you select Email , an additional setting option Show.
Select an e-book reader, or touch Select an application. Select a music player, or touch Select an application to. Your tablet can connect to a variety of networks and devices, including mobile networks 2G or 3G , Wi-Fi data networks, and Bluetooth devices.
Note: Some tablet models can connect to both mobile networks 2G or 3G and Wi-Fi networks, while others can connect to Wi-Fi networks only. If your tablet supports Wi-Fi connection only, the information related to mobile networks does not apply to your tablet. For some networks, you can check the network name to see which mobile network you are using. If your battery power is low and you are unable to charge the battery, limit the mobile data connection to a 2G network to extend your battery life.
A slower network connection consumes less power. Note: When you are connected to a 2G network, you might want to postpone activities that transmit a lot of data, such as sending, uploading, or downloading pictures or videos, until you can charge your battery and connect your tablet to a faster mobile network or other wireless network. Touch Use only 2G networks. Enter the APN settings that you obtained from your carrier by touching each setting that you need to edit. When you are finished, touch Save.
A SIM card is required to connect to a mobile network. Note: Some tablets support access to Wi-Fi networks only. Depending on your tablet model and place of purchase, you might be guided to connect to your mobile network as soon as you turn on the tablet for the first time and configure the initial setup. During the initial setup, if a SIM card is detected, you are given the option to activate your mobile network account. If you chose not to activate your account at that time, you can activate your mobile network account after you install a SIM card by doing the following:.
Touch Data enabled if it is disabled. Touch Activate device and follow the instructions on the screen to activate your mobile network account and connect to the mobile network. The list of mobile data networks currently available is displayed. Touch a network from the network list, and then follow the instructions on the screen to establish the connection.
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that provides network access at distances of up to meters feet depending on the Wi-Fi router and your surroundings. Some hotspots are open to the public, but some others implement security features to limit access to specific groups or individuals. Note: The range and quality of the Wi-Fi signal is affected by the number of connected devices, the infrastructure, and the objects through which the signal is transmitted. Touch Wi-Fi to turn it on.
A list of available networks is displayed under Wi-Fi networks. Touch a Wi-Fi network to connect to it. If the network is open, you are prompted to confirm that you want to connect to that network by touching Connect. If the network is secured, you are prompted to type a password or other credentials. When you are connected to a Wi-Fi network, touch its name on the Wi-Fi settings screen for details about the speed, security, address, and related information.
If you want to access a Wi-Fi network that does not broadcast its network name also called a service set identifier or SSID , you must add that Wi-Fi network before you can connect to it. Type the required information for the network. Touch Save. The information about the network is saved. The Wi-Fi connection will be established automatically the next time you come within the range of this network. If you do not want the tablet to automatically connect to a specific Wi-Fi network that you had previously configured, do the following:.
If the Wi-Fi function is off, touch Wi-Fi to turn it on. Touch the name of the Wi-Fi network. Chapter 3. Connecting to wireless networks and devices Touch Forget. The details of the Wi-Fi network are erased. Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology. Use Bluetooth to establish a wireless connection with another Bluetooth-enabled device over a distance of about 10 m When enabled, a green check is displayed in the check box and the Bluetooth icon is displayed on the system bar.
Your tablet has a generic Bluetooth name by default, which is visible to other devices when you are trying to connect to them. You can change this name to your preference to make it more recognizable to you. If the Bluetooth function is off, touch Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth.
Touch Bluetooth settings. Touch Device name. Type a new name, and then touch OK. The first time you connect your tablet to a Bluetooth device, you need to pair the device with your tablet, so that the two devices can exchange data securely. Touch Discoverable to make your tablet discoverable to other devices. Touch Find nearby devices. A list of device IDs is displayed under Found devices. Note: Touch Scan for devices to refresh the search results. Touch the ID of the Bluetooth device to which you want to connect.
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