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Getting Started
Charging the Reader
About charging
Charging the Reader is required when using it for the first 
time or the remaining battery is low. Turn on the Reader, and 
then charge in one of the following ways.
• Connect to a computer via USB. 
(Charging time: approx. 3.5 hours*)
• Connect to an AC outlet using the AC Adapter for Reader (AC-
S5220E) (optional). 
(Charging time: approx. 2 hours*)
* Approximate time required to fully charge the battery.
Charging the Reader via USB connection
To charge the Reader via USB connection, follow the steps 
below.
Before connecting via USB, slide the POWER 
switch.
The Reader is turned on.
Note
• If the Reader does not turn on, the battery has been fully 
depleted. In this case, go to the next step. Although charging is in 
progress (charge indicator lights up in red), the Reader will not 
turn on until 
(indicating connection via USB) appears on the 
screen (it takes at least 40 minutes).
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Getting Started
Make sure your computer is connected to an AC 
outlet and turned on (not in sleep mode).
Connect the Reader to your computer using the 
supplied USB cable.
appears on the Reader and charging starts.
USB cable (supplied)
Charge 
indicator
To AC outlet
page 15)
• To check how much the Reader has been charged, disconnect 
the Reader from your computer, then check the battery icon.  
(
page 13)
• When the Reader is charged fully, the charge indicator (lights up 
in red while charging) goes off.
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Getting Started
Notes
• While charging via USB, the Reader cannot be operated.
• Do not leave the Reader connected to a notebook computer 
which is not connected to an AC outlet for an extended period. It 
will consume the battery of the notebook computer.
• Connecting the Reader via a USB hub or extension cable may not 
work and is not supported. Connect the USB cable directly to the 
computer.
• If the Reader in the shutdown state is connected to your 
computer, although charging is in progress (charge indicator lights 
up in red), 
will not appear on the Reader for at least 40 
minutes. Be sure to turn on the Reader before the USB 
connection.
• At purchase, the Reader is in the shutdown state. Be sure to turn 
on the Reader before the USB connection.
• While the Reader is connected to your computer, do not turn on, 
restart, wake up from sleep mode, or shut down the computer. 
These operations may cause the Reader to malfunction.  
Disconnect the Reader from the computer before performing 
these operations.
To check the battery status
You can verify the remaining battery power by checking the 
battery indicator in the bottom left of the screen. Charge the 
battery when remaining power is low (the fewer black 
segments indicated, the lower the remaining power).
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Getting Started
Note
• If the remaining battery power is low, the following warning 
appears. Charge the battery. (
 page 11)
 
 If you continue to use without charging, the following warning 
appears, and the Reader will turn off automatically.
 Charge the Reader and turn it on again. (
 page 11)
 
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Getting Started
Installing eBook Library
eBook Library is the content management software you use 
with the Reader.
Notes
• The Internet connection is required to install eBook Library.
• Your computer needs to meet the minimum system requirements 
for eBook Library. For details, see “System Requirements.”  
(
page 90)
Make sure the Reader and your computer are turned 
on, then connect them via USB. (
page 11)
The “Installer for Reader” window appears.
Hint
• If you have disabled the AutoPlay feature of Windows, start the 
install launcher that is stored on the Reader manually. From the 
Start menu, click “My Computer” (“Computer” in the case of Vista) 
- “Installer for Reader” - “Windows” - “Setup eBook Library.”
Click “Installing eBook Library” in the “Installer for 
Reader” window, then follow the on-screen 
instructions.
To install eBook Library in Macintosh
When the Reader is connected to your computer, 
“LAUNCHER” appears on the desktop. Click it - “Mac” - 
“Setup eBook Library,” and then follow the on-screen 
instructions.
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Getting Started
Basic Menu Operation
You can operate the Reader by selecting item from the 
menu (list).
(Home) button
“Home” menu
Number buttons
(Return) button
Enter button
/// 
Directional buttons
Number tabs
Cursor
(Size) button
(Bookmark) button
To select an item from the menu, press the number buttons 
as indicated on the number tabs.
Hint
• In addition to the number buttons, you can also select an item by 
using the ////Enter buttons.
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Getting Started
In this manual, the operating instructions of the Reader are 
described as follows.
Example: Selecting a book from the Book list
From the “Home” menu, select “Books by title” 
desired book 
“Begin.”
The actual operation for the example is shown as below:
Press the 
(Home) button. 
Press the number 2 button, or 
press the / buttons to move 
the cursor onto “Books by 
Title” and then press the Enter 
button.
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(Home) button
“Home” menu
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Getting Started
Press the number button of the 
desired book, or press the / 
buttons to move the cursor 
onto the desired book and then 
press the Enter button.
 
If more than 30 books are 
stored, the Index menu 
appears. (
page 39)
 
If the list is divided into the 
several pages, you can display 
the rest of the list by pressing 
the  button.
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Book list
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Getting Started
Press the number 2 button, or 
press the / buttons to move 
the cursor onto “Begin” and 
then press the Enter button.
To return to the “Home” menu
Press the 
(Home) button.
To return to the previous menu
Press the 
(Return) button.
Hint
If you open the book from “Continue Reading,” you can display the 
“Options” menu from the book page by pressing the 
(Return) 
button. (
page 41)
“Options” menu
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Importing and Transferring Content
Importing Content
Authorizing the Reader and your computer
Before purchasing and downloading eBooks from the eBook 
store, the Reader and your computer need to be authorized.
Hint
• You can check whether the Reader is authorized from “About” in 
the “Settings” menu. (
page 60) If it has already been authorized, 
“Authorized for the eBook Store.” or “This device is authorized for 
Adobe DRM content.” is displayed.
Note
• The Internet connection is required to authorize the Reader and 
your computer.
Slide the POWER switch.
The Reader is turned on.
Note
• If the Reader does not turn on, the battery has been fully 
depleted. In this case, go to the next step. Although charging is in 
progress (charge indicator lights up in red), the Reader will not 
turn on until 
(indicating connection via USB) appears on the 
screen (it takes at least 40 minutes).
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