An overview of the options can be found here.
Check in the Mobi 3 tray tool if WLAN/BlueTooth/Mobile Phone options are enabled.
Check if flight mode is enabled in the tray tool: in flight mode these options are all disabled.
The Mobile Phone option is optional. Check if the device was produced with an internal GSM.
After resuming from standby, you notice that the TTS voice doesn’t work any longer. Maybe you have pressed the touchscreen immediately (within 1 or 2 seconds) after resuming from standby, which might result in a lockup of the TTS audio channel. To solve this issue, please update MobiTool to version v18.104.22.168 or higher, and update Mind Express to v22.214.171.1248 or higher.
Capacitive version: Go to Start > Control Panel > Device Manager. Select ‘Human Interface Devices’. Right-click the ‘HID-compliant touch screen’ option and choose ‘Disable’.
Resistive version: Go to Start > Control Panel > Device Manager. Select ‘Mouse and other pointing devices’. Right-click the ‘USB Touch Screen Controller’ and choose ‘Disable’.
Capacitive version: Go to Start > Control Panel > Pen and Touch. Under ‘Touch actions’ select ‘Press and hold (right-click)’. Click on the ‘Settings’ button below the ‘Touch actions’ window. Now check the option ‘Enable press and hold for right-clicking’. Confirm with ‘OK’.
Resistive version: Go to Start > Programs > Microchip TSHARC Control Panel. Go to the tab ‘Click Settings’ and check ‘Enable Right-Click’.
Capacitive version: The calibration has been performed during production of the unit. Recalibration should not be necessary. If you believe calibration is necessary, or you have no response from the touchscreen, then follow the guidelines here. Do not use the calibration tool from the Control Panel, nor any third-party calibration tools, as they won’t work properly and will overwrite your current calibration settings.
Resistive version: Go to Start > Programs > Microchip TSHARC Control Panel. Go to the tab ‘Calibration’ and choose ‘Begin Calibration’. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Connect a keyboard and press the DEL key during startup to enter the BIOS.
The default BIOS password is ‘tnitni’.
The inner USB port can be configured to stay powered during sleep. This can be useful if you want to resume from standby using a USB device, for eye control systems, or if you want to keep charging a device during sleep mode. Open MobiTool and enable/disable the USB power during sleep (standby) option. By default USB power during sleep is disabled. This option is only available for the USB port immediately next to the headphones socket.
Download Skype Classic from go.skype.com/classic.skype or download the offline installer from the Downloads section.
Skype Classic is required for e.g. the Mind Express file Amego.
The Mobi 3 is compatible only with mini DAESSY mounts. Make sure you are using a mini DAESSY mount when mounting the Mobi 3.
To connect the ‘Fujitsu Car/Truck Power Adapter (model 90)’ to a Mobi 3, you will need a power adapter cable for the D16 (16V) or C01 (16V) connector. When you order a wheelchair power supply, this adapter cable will be included (if you mentioned on your order that the wheelchair power supply is for a Mobi 3).
By default we ship the straight adapter cable for Mobi 3, but we also have a right angle model:
Yes it can, we have built a JABBLA IR tool executable for that purpose only. It can be started like any executable and will allow the user to configure and learn/send IR codes with it. All Mobi 3 devices with IR are supported. The tool can be found in the “C:Program Files (x86)Mobi 3” folder.
It can also be downloaded from the Downloads section.
You probably see a blue screen with the message “Preparing Windows” or “Getting Windows ready”. This means Windows is busy with installing/applying updates. This can take up to a few hours when many updates or large updates are being installed. You will need to wait until Windows has finished.
Please read here.
The document was originally written for Tellus 5, but will work for Mobi 3 as well.