EC7 Quick Guide  
Before We Get Started  
Register your device  
We strongly suggest that you register your device following the directions provided with the product.  
This will allow us to notify you when the latest firmware updates are available.  
1. Microphone (Tablet)  
. Micro USB Port  
. Mini HDMI Port  
. Headset Jack  
. Power Adapter Jack  
. Volume Button  
7. Power Button  
. Front Camera  
. LCD Display  
0. Tablet Receiver(for phone calls)  
1. Ambient Light Sensor  
2. Distance Sensor  
3. Dock Connection Interface  
4. Reset Button  
5. Micro SD Card Slot  
6. Rear Camera  
7. Speaker(Tablet)  
8. Handset  
9. Speaker(Phone Set)  
0. Handfree key  
1. Redial Key  
2. Pause Key  
3. Flash Key  
4. Numeric Keypad  
5. Ringtones Volume  
6. Direct Current Input Jack  
7. Landline Jack  
8. Extension Cord Jack  
9. Phone Cord Jack  
What's in the Box  
USB Charger  
HDMI Converter  
USB Power Cable DC4.0  
Phone Line  
Coiled Phone Cord  
USB Data Cable  
USB Power Cable DC2.5  
Phone Handset  
Coiled Phone Cord  
Dock Phone  
USB Data Cable  
Power Cable DC 2.5  
USB Charger  
Phone Cord  
USB Power Cable DC4.0  
HDMI Converter  
Assembling Your TELPAD  
Please refer to the figure:  
Insert the tablet into dock, making sure the interfaces on the  
tablet and the phone set are properly aligned.  
Connecting and Charging  
Connecting the phone  
. Connect the DC power adapter and DC power adapter line.  
. Insert the power adapter line into the dock's power line jack.  
. Insert the DC power adapter into the power source/outlet.  
. Insert the phone line into the phone line jack and the unit's phone line socket.  
Connecting Extensions  
Connect the extension phone cord with the phone set into the extension cord jack.  
Charging the Tablet Using the Dock  
Connect the phone set to a power source. The Tablet will automatically charge once  
it is placed on the dock.  
DC power adapter  
telephone jack  
Charging the Tablet via a Personal Computer  
Using the USB Cord, insert the smaller connecting head to the tablet and insert the other connecting  
head to the USB port of your personal computer/laptop. The tablet will automatically charge once it  
is connected.  
Using the Physical Keys  
Power Button  
Press and hold to power the Tablet on or off,or to restart Tablet.  
Press shortly to lock/unlock the screen.  
Volume Up/Down  
When the Tablet is ringing, press any of the volume buttons if you want to mute the ringer.  
On the Home screen, press to increase or decrease the ringtone volume, or set the Tablet to  
silent mode.  
When using other applications, press to control the volume of music, spoken directions, and other  
audio sounds.  
Press and hold to immediately adjust the ringtone volume to the maximum or minimum.  
Working the Touchscreen Keys  
Touch to return to the previous screen.  
Touch to exit from the running application.  
If the on-screen keyboard is open, touch to close the keyboard.  
Touch to open the Home screen. It will bring you to the first panel of the Home screen.  
Increase sound  
Decrease sound  
Press to increase sound  
Press to decrease sound  
Touch to open a list of thumbnail images displaying recently operated apps.  
Touch the thumbnail image of the app to open it.  
Touch and hold and flick off rightward to remove the app from the list.  
Using the Touch Screen  
By touching an item, you can select the item or launch it. For example:  
Touch the on-screen keyboard to insert text and/or characters.  
Touch an application icon to launch it.  
Touch and Hold  
Touching and holding items will activate them. For example:  
Touch and hold an application/widget to move it.  
Touch and hold on a field and a menu with options will pop up.  
Touch and hold an item, move your finger on the screen to the target position.  
Dragging a shortcut icon to the trash will delete it.  
Flick, Slide, Swipe  
Change screens by flicking, sliding, and swiping your finger on the screen. For example:  
Slide your finger to unlock the screen  
Flick and/or swipe your finger to scroll the screen or menu, to move from screen to screen,  
or to view next object in the gallery.  
Using two fingers (like your thumb and index finger), pinching inward will cause the screen  
to zoom out; pinching outward will cause the screen to zoom in. For example:  
Pinch outward to see zoomed in details of a photo in Gallery.  
Pinch inward to zoom out and see the whole page of a browser.  
TELPAD Efficient College 7  
Connect the TELPAD and another device (which should have DLNA function) to Wi-Fi first, launch  
the DLNA function for both devices, then connect them by DLNA. Video and audio will be played on  
the receiver device normally without noise. Meanwhile, you can proceed with other operations on the  
If You Need More Information:  
Please refer to the User Manual for more detailed and in-depth instructions on how to  
use this device, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.  
How to read product Quick Guide and User Manual?  
1. End users can read product Quick Guide and install device guide when they start device for the first  
Manual according to the on-screen instruction;  
. End users can enter “UserManualLink”  
in Application interface and download product User  
and read product User Manual and Quick  
. End users can go to “Setting”, select “Help”  
Exclusive Apps for Your TELPAD  
Get a whole range of comprehensive apps and services from the PLDT knAPPsack.  
Click on the PLDT knAPPsack icon to get access to Telpad apps like ifflix for  
thousands of TV series and movies, Spinnr for music streaming, and Disney for fun  
and exciting games.  
Home Care  
A Digital thermometer module can enable your TELPAD for body temperature  
measurement.You can keep history of your family temperature for a long time.  
With Monthly view, you can monitoring your average body temperature and keep your  
body healthy. Average body temperature of a healthy adult is 36.50-36.80. But,  
average daytime body temperature of a healthy adult is above 37. Cancer patients  
have low body temperature, usually less than 36.  
Basal body temperature (BBT) is our lowest temperature during rest, which is usually  
during the time we're sleeping. This is why, for accurate fertility charting, BBT should  
be taken before getting out of bed. Ovulation causes a one half to one-degree rise in  
BBT, so monitoring BBT helps provide information on the best time for conception.  
Note: iFever Manager Dongle for this function is sold separately.  
Quick Guide  
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