Q: How do I perform a soft reset on my Nautiz X3?
A: Press the reset button at the front of the device with a stylus. A soft reset will reset your Nautiz X3 after closing all running programs.
Q: How do I perform a hard reset on my Nautiz X3?
A: Quickly press the reset button at the front of the device with a stylus while pressing power button on the front of the unit (Power button + reset button). A hard reset will restart your Nautiz X3 after closing all running programs. It will also reset the clock. The data stored in flash memory or storage card will remain intact.
Q: What is the password for setting the scanner?
A: The password for scanner settings is 23646
Q: Which com port should be used for the GPS?
A: Please use com port 4 (hardware port) at 115200 baudrate.
Q: Does the Nautiz X3 support USB Host or Client?
A: Nautiz X3 supports USB host and client on a software level. By changing the settings in the application, the user can choose either one of them.
Q: How do I locate the IMEI number for my device?
A: Pull up the phone screen, type *#06# to call up the devices IMEI number. You will receive a 17-digit number, the IMEI number is the first 15 digits.
Q: Is it best to store my unit with the batteries in or out of the device if the units won't be used for a while?
A: It's best to store batteries separately, charged to 40-50 percent, in a colder environment - 0 C to 10 C.
Q: Should I charge my battery every day, even if it isn't out of power?
A: Since today's batteries no longer have a "memory effect," harming battery efficiency with daily charging is no longer an issue. You can recharge them as often as you'd like.
Q: Is there any reason to run a battery all the way down before recharging?
A: No, there's not! For the best performance, avoid completely running down your lithium cell, and charge when you reach 5 percent battery remaining.
Q: How long should I expect a battery to last with standard use? What are the signs that I should get a new battery?
A: Expected lifetime is approximately 500 charges. Typically, an old battery will drain very quickly from 100 percent to about a half charge.