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I am having trouble putting this thing in to
settings mode. If I just pres and release the power button, of course it
goes in to standby. If I hold it to long, like you said, it wants to shut
down. A double tap only puts it in to stand by and brings it out
again. Any more tips as to how to get in to settings? Thanks
The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be
great in whatever they want to do.
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Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2022 5:52
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to reset a
Brailliant BI 40X
I have a Brailliant BI-40.
Once the unit
is turned on, double tap the power button to put the unit in settings mode.
(this means a single finger momentary press of the power button. Do not hold
the power button down at all or you will turn the unit off.) Then use the bars
on the very front of the unit (left and right--on each end) to move from
setting to setting. For each setting (where applicable) use the two inner bars
(the two bars one position from the bars on the outer end) to select choices
within each setting.
You should come to a braille display text that
says: 'restore default settings.' then double tap the power button again
to go back to normal mode.
This issue is a bit shaky. Sometimes I have
to push the double tap of the power button twice to get it into settings mode.
I don't know why this is. Maybe it's my shaky old fingers.
On 1/15/2022 10:32 PM, Kay Malmquist
Sorry about the mess. Let me try again.
The subject says it all. I would like to reset a Brailliant BI 40x back
to factory defaults for a friend. I have looked all the way through the
users guide and can not find any info on this. Does anyone know how to do
this? Thanks much.
The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can
be great in whatever they want to do.
Kobe Bryant - 1978-2020 -
Professional Basketball Player
For a nation to admit it has done grevous wrongs and will strive to correct them for the betterment of all is no vice;
For a nation to claim it has always been great, needs no improvement and to cling to its past achievements is no virtue!