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A3-WiFi User Guide
This product is discontinued.
B1-LED-PICO User Guide
This product is discontinued.
BOOM02-LG Series
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
BOOM02-SM Series
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
E1-LED-PICO User Guide
This product is discontinued.
E3-LED-PICO User Guide
This product is discontinued.
Electric Projector Screen Series
HD-82, HD-92, HD-100, HD-120, HD-150, HD-180, HD-200, P-100, P-120
  • User Guide
  • How to adjust limiters or adjust how far screen extend/retract? (Version 2 Models)

    A screw driver is used to adjust the limiters.

    ALL ADJUSTMENTS SHOULD BE MADE IN QUARTER TURN INCREMENTS as the screen can be over-adjusted and you want to be sure not to allow the screen to roll on itself. Before making the adjustments, please drop the screen approximately 10-12 inches from the casing.

    Bottom Hole:
    This is used to adjust the lower limit.
    Turn clockwise to bring the screen down (more black drop). This is incremental electronic adjustment.
    Turn counter clockwise to bring the screen up (less black drop). This adjustment is made and then checked by operating the screen.

    Top Hole:
    The is used to adjust the upper limit. First drop the screen down approximately 10-12 inches and then begin adjusting the limiter.

    Clockwise to show more screen. This adjustment is made and then checked by operating the screen. Counter Clockwise to show less screen. This is incremental electronic adjustment.

  • How to adjust limiters or adjust how far screen extend/retract? (Version 1 Models)

    An adjustment tool (pictured below) is used to adjust the top or bottom limiter screws:

    This tool is used to adjust the top and bottom limiter screws which are located on the back of the screen's housing, on the opposite end of the FAVI logo.

    Example: If your screen is not going down as far as it should, press the down button on the screen's controller. When the screen goes as far down as it can, start rotating the top limiter screw clockwise. The screen will automatically lower in increments until either you stop adjusting the screw, or the screen reaches its maximum extension.

    Rotating the bottom limiter screw clockwise will allow the screen to retract farther. If the screen is retracting too far, rotate the bottom limiter screw counter clockwise.
    NOTE: You may purchase an adjustment tool on our website, while supplies last.

  • Remote does not roll screen up or down smoothly?

    Perfrom a controller and remote reset. Find steps in "Pairing or Reset Electric Screen Series’ Remotes"

  • Pairing or Reset Electric Screen Series' Remotes

    To pair a replacement or new remote with the FAVI's Electric Screen Series, do the following:
    1. Hold the stop button on the controller box for 3-8 seconds (until you hear a double-beep) and then press any button on the remote.
    2. Hold the up and down buttons for 3 seconds on each remote, separately
    You may need to perform the above resets a few times. Unplugging and re-plugging in the screen is also recommended.

  • I cannot control my screen with my RF/IR remote?

    Ensure your screen has power and works using the controller box, then try replacing the battery of the RF/IR remote. Perform the remote and controller box reset (above). If this does not work, you may need to replacement the remote.

  • How do I purchase a replacement IR or RF remote?

    For screen with controller box model CY-801MT, you can purchase IR or RF remote separately on our website: Purchase IR Remote / Purchase RF Remote.
    NOTE: Controller box model TP-02-RF-IR, it is no longer supported. Please contact us for avaliable inventory.

  • Are IR or HEX codes available for IR remote?

    No, there are no IR or HEX codes available for the IR remote. A replacement IR remote can be purchase from our website.

  • Why do I hear a grinding noise when the screen is going up or down?

    The projector screen motor and/or motor shaft insert that drives the screen roll may be showing signs of wear. We do have replacement parts available for purchase if required. If parts are required, you can contact us to purchase the parts.
    NOTE: Specific replacement instructions may not be available. Replacement parts are subjected to availability.

  • How do I purchase a replacement motor for my electric screen?

    You may contact us to purcahse a replacement motor. Due to multiple motor models, please have a photo of the motor or controller box ready to verify motor model.
    NOTE: Motor v1 is no longer supported. Specific replacement instructions may not be available. Replacement parts are subjected to availability.

  • How do I replace the motor for my screen (screen size 82", 92", 100", and 120" only)?

    Verify which motor model you have per your controller box and download the proper replacement instruction.
    NOTE: Motor v1 is no longer supported. Instructions are for screen size 82", 92", 100", or 120" only. For other screen size, please contact us. Replacement parts are subjected to availability.
    Download Motor v2 Instruction
    Motor Repair Version 2

    Download Motor v1 Instruction
    Motor v1 is no longer supported.
    Motor Repair Version 1

  • User Guide
  • System Requirements Computer/Operating System

    Windows 10 (or later) computers/tablets/phones
    Note: Ensure the latest Windows updates are installed. If a device was originally preinstalled with a prior version of Windows (Windows 8, Win7, Vista or XP), please contact the OEM (original equipment manufacturer). Not compatible with Microsoft Surface RT. Full functionality not available with non HDCP devices.

    All Android 4.2.1 (or later) tablets/phones
    Note: Full functionality not available with non HDCP devices

    All Airplay enabled Mac (OS X Mountain Lion v10.8 or later) computers including:
    - iMac (Mid 2011 or later)
    - Mac mini (Mid 2011 or later)
    - MacBook Air (Mid 2011 or later)
    - MacBook Pro (Early 2011 or later)
    - Mac Pro (Late 2013 or later)
    All Airplay enabled iOS 8 (or later) iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch including:

    - iPhone 5 or later
    - iPad mini or iPad (4th generation or later)
    - iPod touch (5th generation or later)

  • Are there any plan for general updates or iOS 8 or highter updates?

    The display adapter is discontinued. No plan for newer update has been announced.

FE-KR26-BL User Guide
FE01 Series
FE01-BL, FE01-GR, FE01-P, FE01-SL, FE01-WH
FE01-BL (with Backlight)
Included in: SS-4GB-K, SS-8GB-K
FEIBT02 Series
User Guide
Fixed Frame Screen Series
FF3-HD-100, FF3-HD-120, FF3-HD-135, FF3-HD-150
User Guide
Floor Stand Screen Series
FS-HD-100, FS-P-60, FS-P-80, FS-P-100
User Guide
FP3-BL User Guide
FPM1949LT3W (Pro AV - Wall Mount) User Guide
FPM2338HT1W (Pro AV - Ceiling Mount) User Guide
J4-LED-PICO User Guide
J5-PICO-HD / J5-LED-PICO Quick Setup Guide
  • Change Language Guide
  • Quick Power Guide
  • Quick Setup Guide
  • User Guide
  • How do I change the language settings?

    1. Enter into the Wi-Fi Display interface ---- Select DLNA mode.
    2. Open your Wi-Fi network setting on your phone ---- find the Wi-Fi hotspot of the Projector (PROJECTOR-DC36AA) ----- Input password (12345678) and connect to the projector.
    3. Launch the browser on your phone and input the IP:
    4. Select the settings icon. Change the language to English. Hit the Submit button right below the language option.
    5. The J6 Wi-Fi display interface will go to a blue color and after that the English version of the Wi-Fi Display interface will appear.

  • How do I turn ON the projector?

    Ensure the projector is charging or fully charged. Slide the power switch back and hold for about 2 second to turn on the projector.

  • How do I turn OFF the projector?

    Slide the power switch toward the front of the projector.

  • How do I switch between Miracast and DLNA (Airplay) modes?

    Slide the power switch back to switch between Miracast and DLNA (Airplay) modes.

  • How do I mirror my Android device?

    Ensure your device supports miracast and then perform the following:
    1. Turn on your J6 and select the Wi-Fi Display icon. Make sure the projector is set to Miracast mode.
    Slide back the power switch to switch between Miracast and Airplay modes.
    2. Turn on your Miracast supported device and go to your Wireless Display Setting.
    3. Turn ON your Wireless Display Setting and scan for the J6 projector (it should looking something like Projector-XXXXXX).
    4. Select the J6 in your Wireless Display Setting and after a few minutes the projector should mirror your device.

  • How do I connect to my iPad and other iOS devices?

    1. Go to settings on iOS device and select Wi-Fi
    2. Select projector Wi-Fi network listed on the projector screen. Enter password given on the projector screen and connect.
    3. Open browser on the iOS device and enter the IP address given on the projector screen (
    4. Click the Wi-Fi button shown on the webpage of the iOS device.
    5. Select your Wi-Fi network AP and enter the password.
    6. Go back to home page. Swipe up from bottom of iOS device. Select Airplay button and select projector.

  • Can I connect my device via the USB port?

    The USB port on the J6 is only used for media play back (or charging).

  • How can I play YouTube videos?

    If you are using the YouTube app, it will only accept airplay calls from an apple TV. The must access from within the safari browser.

  • What is the minimum/maximum image size?

    The minimum image size is 15" and the maximum image size is 100" (measured diagonally). The FAVI J6 has a throw ratio of 1.19

  • Is the projector compatible with Windows 8.1?

    Yes. On your Windows 8.1 device...
    1. Swipe left on the right edge of the screen
    2. Click on Devices
    3. Click on Project
    4. Click on Add a Wireless Display
    5. On the next screen Click Add a Device
    6. Select the Projector Device from the list to connect

  • Why might my Wi-Fi connection drop between my cell phone and projector?

    Make sure that the projector and mobile device are in close proximity to one another.

  • How long must the projector charge before it reaches a full battery and how long will the battery last?

    Approximately 5 hours and the projector will be fully charged. The projector will last 2 hours in projector mode.

  • Is the projector compatible with iOS9 or greater?

    Due to updates made to Airplay function by Apple in iOS9+ devices, the J6-LED-PICO projector requires an internal board replacement for compatibility. Projector board upgrade and installation is available by request. To request a quote and initiated board upgrade, please by contacting us.
    NOTE: An option to consider is using an Apple TV box via HDMI to the projector. This may be more cost effective.

  • Why can't I use Miracast on Nexus and Pixel devices?

    With the launch of Marshmallow 6.0, Google has dropped and disable Miacast support on Nexus, Pixel, and other Google devices.
    We suggest providing feedback to Google developers to bring back Miracast on these devices. Perhaps with overwhelming demands, Google will bring it back. You may provide feedback to Google via Android Issue Tracker: Feature Request.
    Note: Nexus and Pixel devices only supports Chromecast. You may mirror your device display if you connect Chromecast to the J6 and select the J6's HDMI source channel.

J7-LED-PICO User Guide
L1918A Series
L1918A-V-BL, L1918A-V-P, L1918A-V-WH
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
L1918A2 Series
L1918A2-V-BL, L1918A2-V-P, L1918A2-V-WH
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
L2626EA Series
L2626EA-V-BL, L2626EA-V-P, L2626EA-V-WH
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
L2626EA2 Series
L2626EA2-V-BL, L2626EA2-V-P, L2626EA2-V-WH
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
L3226EA Series
L3226EA-BL, L3226EA-P, L3226EA-WH
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
L4226EA Series
L4226EA-BL, L4226EA-WH
User Guide
This product is discontinued.
Manual Pull Down Screen Series
PD-1-72, PD-HD-72, PD-HD-92, PD-HD-100, PD-HD-120, PD-P-72, PD-P-92, PD-P-100, PD-P-120
User Guide
MS02-WH / FE-Q8-BL Quick Start Guide
This product is discontinued.
P-MOUNT-BL (DIY - Wall Mount) User Guide
PVC Screen Material
User Guide
RioHD-LED-2 This product is discontinued.
RioHD-LED-4 This product is discontinued.
RioHD-LED-4S This product is discontinued.
RioHD-LED-K1 Series
  • User Guide
  • How can I change my projector's aspect ratio?

    Current industry technology typically incorporates a pixel down scaling method to switch between 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios. This technology will scale down the native pixel resolution to fit a wide screen, 16:9 aspect ratio, but in the process will create a loss in image quality. We do incorporate this same aspect ratio switching technology for S-Video, and composite source inputs, where a standard quality picture will suffice. However, for high definition capable inputs such as Component and HDMI, the most important concern is obtaining best possible picture. When designing the FAVI Rio series, we believed it most important to maintain this high level of picture quality. So we chose not to include an aspect ratio switch for the HDMI, and Component inputs. When set on HDMI source, many newer media types such as Blu-ray will usually play in wide screen mode regardless of the aspect ratio setting.
    Our FAVI handheld projector will only display in a 4:3 aspect ratio. This is considered ideal for computer based presentations.

This product is discontinued.
S2C04 Series
S2C04-BL, S2C04-WH
User Guide
S2C06 Series
S2C06-BL, S2C06-WH
User Guide
S2C08 Series
S2C08-BL, S2C08-WH
User Guide
SmartStick 1
Included in: SS-4GB-K, SS-8GB-K
SmartStick 2 / KidStick
  • User Guide
  • Latest Firmware

    SmartStick SSV2K Firmware

  • Community Support Forum

    For additional support for the SmartStick 2/KidStick, please contact us or visit the Community Support Forum for help.

  • How to uninstall an app?

    To uninstall apps from the SmartStick 2, go to the Parent interface and find the app you wish to uninstall.  Select and hold desired app until you see one of the below pop up options to "Uninstall" (as shown below).  Select "Uninstall" to uninstall and completely remove app on the SmartStick 2.  If you have the app on the Kids Zone, it will be deleted as well.

  • How to add or remove an app from the Kids Zone?

    To add apps to the Kids Zone interface, make sure the app is already installed on the Parent interface.  On the Parent interface, select and hold desired app until you see the pop up option to "Add to Kids Zone" (as shown below).  Select "Add to Kids Zone" to add app to the Kids Zone.  If app is not installed on the Parent interface, go to Google Play Store and install the app first.

    To remove apps from the Kids Zone interface, go to the Parent interface and find the app you wish to remove from the Kids Zone.  From the Parent interface, select and hold desired app until you see the pop up option to "Remove from Kids Zone" (as shown below).  Select "Remove from Kids Zone" to remove app from the Kids Zone interface, but keep app in the Parent interface.

  • How to reset Parental Lock Passcode?

    Unfortunately, the only way to reset the passcode currently is to reset the SmartStick.  All your data will be lost once the SmartStick is reset.

  • How to turn off the SmartStick?

    The SmartStick is designed to stay connected to your TV’s HDMI port.  There is no need to remove the Stick when it is not in use, simply switch your TV to a different Source or Input.  The SmartStick will turn off when you turn off your TV.

  • Why doesn’t the “Power” or “Volume” buttons work on the included remote?

    The included remote has IR learning and can learn your TV Remote’s "Power" and "Volume" controls.  You can program the included remote to learn your TV Remote's "Power" and "Volume" by doing the following:
    1. Hold the top of the SmartStick Remote and your TV Remote so their IR sensors are about 2-inches parallel to each other (as shown below) for better communication.

    2. On the SmartStick Remote, hold down the "Power" button for 3 seconds (until you see the IR light comes on -- solid red) to enter IR Learning Mode.
    3. On the SmartStick Remote, Press the "Power" button again to indicate you want to set it (you should see the IR light flash red slowly).
    4. On your TV Remote, press and hold the "Power" button until the IR light flashes red quickly to indicates pairing was successful.
    5. On the SmartStick Remote press the "Vol +" (slow red flash), then on your TV Remote press and hold "VOL +" until the IR light flashes red quickly.
    6. Repeat step 5 for "Vol -".
    7. To exit the IR Learning Mode, wait until the red IR light on the SmartStick Remote turns off (5-10 seconds).

  • Where is the remote USB receiver?

    The remote USB receiver is located inside the back cover of the remote.  Once you find your your USB receiver, plug it into the USB port on the SmartStick.

    If you cannot find the USB receiver there, please contact us.

  • What kind of batteries do the remote need?

    The remote requires two AAA batteries (not included).

  • Why can’t the directional arrow be used to navigate some apps?

    Because most apps created for Google Play are designed for touch screen and are touch enabled, some apps may not have directional key enable on their apps.  For these apps, you can use the air mouse on the included remote or a computer mouse with a USB receiver to navigate the app.

  • Can a mini or full-size keyboard be used with the SmartStick 2?

    Yes, most standard computer keyboard and mouse will work with the SmartStick as long as it has a USB receiver to connect to the SmartStick.  

    We also suggest our FAVI SmartStick Mini Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad, if you are looking for something smaller and portable.

  • Why doesn’t some games or apps work on the SmartStick 2?

    You can download various apps from the Google Play Store onto the SmartStick.  However, some games or apps may not be fully compatible due to the app being heavily touch enable.

  • How do I find out which Android version the SmartStick is running?

    Go to Settings > About

  • Why doesn't my included remote work with my SmartStick?

    Ensure there are fresh batteries in your remote and connect the USB receiver located in the back of the remote to the SmartStick's USB input.

  • How do I install an app?

    In parent mode, go to Google Play Store, search for your app and click "Install."

  • How do I uninstall an app?

    In parent mode, select and hold the app you want to uninstall. After a few seconds, a pop-up menu will appear that will allow you to uninstall the selected app.

SmartStick 4
SWiQ-BL User Guide
Tabletop Screen Series
User Guide
Tripod Screen Series
TRI-1-70, TRI-1-80, TRI-HD-72, TRI-HD-82, TRI-HD-106, TRI-HD-120, TRI-P-80, TRI-P-90, TRI-P-100, TRI-P-120
User Guide

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