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To close the battery power status dialog press f1

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To close the battery power status dialog, press F1 button (Esc). When the battery level falls below 15%, the Braille EDGE displays the message, “battery low” and suggests you connect the AC adapter. When the battery level falls below 5%, the Braille EDGE displays a warning that the unit will automatically hard reset in 3 minutes time if the AC adapter is not connected. Note: if you are concerned about losing Bluetooth connection settings, you may wish to activate the “Auto disconnect Bluetooth at 10%” setting in the “Global options”. If this item is set to “On”, the Braille EDGE 40 alerts you and disconnects from a Bluetooth device when the battery level drops to 10%.
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2.6 Reset and Hard reset 1. If the Braille EDGE 40 does not respond to keystrokes or commands, it may be necessary to reset the unit. To perform a soft reset of the Braille EDGE 40, press the “Reset” button on the rear panel. Do NOT hold the “Reset” button for more than 5 seconds. Note: it takes about 15 seconds for the unit to reboot. 2. If pressing the "Reset" button does not revive the Braille EDGE 40 or the battery is completely depleted, you may need to perform a ‘Hard reset’. You can use a toothpick or the end of a paperclip to press the ‘Hard reset’ button. Be careful when pressing the ‘Hard reset’ button as pressing too hard or using an end too small may damage the device. If you press the “Hard reset” button on the rear panel then press the “power” button on the front panel, Braille EDGE 40 reboots, initializing all settings to their factory defaults. 2.7 Set date and time It is important for use with the Schedule Manager and alarm functions, that the date and time is set correctly. To set the date and time, follow the instructions below: 1) From the Main menu, press “a (dot-1)” to open the Applications Menu. Press “t (dots-2-3-4-5)” to open “Date and Time”. Press “Control-s (dots-2- 3-4)”, or press “alt” to open the Menu and press “enter” on “set”. 2) Type the time as hhmm using normal text editing commands. You may also use the following navigation keys to modify the time. Up/down button: change time Left/right button: modify hour or minute 3) Press ‘Enter’ or right navigation button to move to the Date Edit box. 4) Type month, day and year as mmddyyyy. Ex) 01252012 (25th January, 2012) or you can modify the date using the following commands: Up/down button: change value
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Left/right button: modify month, day, year 5) Press ENTER to save your settings. 2.8 Using the help menu You can access context specific help anywhere on the unit by pressing “Space-h (dots-1-2-5)”. If you press the “Help” command, it brings up a list of hot keys pertaining to the currently open program. Move among the items using Space-dot 1/space-dot4. You can select an item or function by pressing ‘Enter’. However, if you select a function which cannot be performed in your current context, an alert sound is heard and no action is executed.
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