Printed your Wi-Fi, proxy (if necessary) and Enrollment QrKeys.
A classroom with good Wi-Fi reception.
Plenty of free table space.
If you have never set up LearnPads before, we recommend you start with a maximum of eight devices which will take up to 45 minutes to set up. After the initial eight, you may choose to set up larger numbers at once and will find the process to be quicker.
b. Unboxing your LearnPads
Unbox your LearnPads and power them on, placing them in one or more rows along your classroom tables. This makes it easy for you to set up your LearnPads using a production line.
ii. Connecting your LearnPads to the network
With your LearnPads powered on:
On each LearnPad, from the Getting Started screen, tap Step 1. Connect to your Wi-Fi.
The QrKey scanner will most likely be using the rear-facing camera the first time you launch it. If so, tap the
button in the top-centre of the screen to change to the front-facing camera.
Hold your Wi-Fi QrKey over each of the LearnPads until the QrKey scans. You’ll hear a beep.
Once Step 1 shows a green tick, if you need to enter the details of your school’s proxy server, on each LearnPad tap Step 2. Get online. Hold your Proxy QrKey over each of the LearnPads until the QrKey scans. You’ll hear a beep. Your LearnPads will disconnect from the Wi-Fi and re-connect after 20 – 30 seconds.
Once Step 1 and Step 2 show green ticks, tap Step 3. Enroll this LearnPad. Hold your Enrollment QrKey over each of the LearnPads until the QrKey scans. You’ll hear a beep.
Once Steps 1, 2 and 3 show green ticks, on each LearnPad tap Step 4. Lock LearnPad. On some LearnPads, you may be prompted to confirm you wish to proceed – if so, just tap the Activate button.
Once Steps 1 – 4 show green ticks, tap Step 5. Start learning! and scan a QRKey to load one of our Lesson Profiles in the Content section of ClassConnect.
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