AT&T Navigator v3.0 User`s guide

AT&T Navigator v3.0
GPS Navigation Suite for AT&T®:
Android Devices
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User’s Guide
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Revision History
Version
Date Released
Description of Changes
Author
3.0a
8/1/2011
Initial release.
Daisy Luu
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Table of Contents
1. Welcome...........................................................................................................................................................7
2. Safety and Legal Notices ...............................................................................................................................8
3. Data Service Options......................................................................................................................................8
4. Device Controls ...............................................................................................................................................9
5. Getting Started with AT&T Navigator.........................................................................................................10
Software Installation............................................................................................................................................10
Tips on Using GPS..............................................................................................................................................10
6. Launching AT&T Navigator .........................................................................................................................10
7. Common Features.........................................................................................................................................11
Toolbar.................................................................................................................................................................11
Search..................................................................................................................................................................12
Speak It................................................................................................................................................................12
8. Using a Bluetooth Headset ..........................................................................................................................13
9. Maps Menu .....................................................................................................................................................13
Map Menu Options..............................................................................................................................................14
Display Traffic & Speed Cameras ......................................................................................................................15
Other Ways to View a Map.................................................................................................................................15
10. Drive To Menu................................................................................................................................................17
Resume Trip ........................................................................................................................................................18
Set Up Home.......................................................................................................................................................19
Set Up Work ........................................................................................................................................................19
Favorites ..............................................................................................................................................................19
Category .......................................................................................................................................................21
Create New Category ..................................................................................................................................22
Delete or Edit a Category ............................................................................................................................22
Places ..................................................................................................................................................................24
Recent..................................................................................................................................................................25
Address................................................................................................................................................................26
Contacts...............................................................................................................................................................26
Airports.................................................................................................................................................................27
Other Way to Get Directions...............................................................................................................................27
Trip Confirmation Screen....................................................................................................................................29
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Editing Your Route.......................................................................................................................................29
Edit Origin..............................................................................................................................................29
Edit Destination .....................................................................................................................................29
Edit Route Settings ...............................................................................................................................30
Edit Voice Settings................................................................................................................................30
Moving to the Nearest Street..............................................................................................................................30
Audible Guidance During Navigation .................................................................................................................31
Audio Replay .......................................................................................................................................................31
Miss a Turn?........................................................................................................................................................31
Navigation Views.................................................................................................................................................31
3D Moving Map............................................................................................................................................32
2D Moving Map............................................................................................................................................32
On-Screen Navigation Icons...............................................................................................................................34
Navigation Toolbar Options ................................................................................................................................35
Route ............................................................................................................................................................36
Turns......................................................................................................................................................36
Traffic .....................................................................................................................................................37
Avoiding Traffic from Traffic Summary ................................................................................................39
Avoiding Traffic from Traffic Alert .........................................................................................................40
Map........................................................................................................................................................41
Places ...........................................................................................................................................................41
End Trip ........................................................................................................................................................42
Navigation Menu Options ...................................................................................................................................43
End Trip ........................................................................................................................................................43
Report Traffic Camera .................................................................................................................................43
Route Settings..............................................................................................................................................43
Settings.........................................................................................................................................................43
Feedback......................................................................................................................................................43
Exit ................................................................................................................................................................43
11. Places Menu...................................................................................................................................................44
Change Location for Search Results .................................................................................................................47
Sorting Options....................................................................................................................................................47
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Sort by Best Match.......................................................................................................................................47
Sort by Distance...........................................................................................................................................47
Sort by Rating...............................................................................................................................................47
Sponsored Results..............................................................................................................................................48
Most Popular Category .......................................................................................................................................49
Search for Gas by Price......................................................................................................................................49
Map Results.........................................................................................................................................................51
Share Address.....................................................................................................................................................51
Search Nearby ....................................................................................................................................................53
Ratings and Reviews ..........................................................................................................................................53
Submit Your Own Rating and Review ........................................................................................................54
12. Extras ..............................................................................................................................................................55
Movies..................................................................................................................................................................55
Search by Theaters......................................................................................................................................56
Search by Movies.........................................................................................................................................56
Weather ...............................................................................................................................................................56
My Accounts ........................................................................................................................................................57
13. Menu Features ...............................................................................................................................................58
About....................................................................................................................................................................58
About AT&T Navigator.................................................................................................................................58
Support Info ..................................................................................................................................................58
Your PIN Number.........................................................................................................................................59
Diagnostic Tools...........................................................................................................................................59
Home ...................................................................................................................................................................59
Settings ................................................................................................................................................................60
Profile............................................................................................................................................................60
General .........................................................................................................................................................60
Navigation.....................................................................................................................................................61
Audio.............................................................................................................................................................62
Home Address .............................................................................................................................................62
Work Address...............................................................................................................................................62
Feedback.............................................................................................................................................................62
14. Suspending AT&T Navigator.......................................................................................................................63
Making a Phone Call from AT&T Navigator.......................................................................................................63
AT&T Navigator Options from Phone Contact List............................................................................................63
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Taking an Incoming Call .....................................................................................................................................63
Calendar and E-mail Events...............................................................................................................................64
15. Exiting AT&T Navigator................................................................................................................................64
16. Removing AT&T Navigator ..........................................................................................................................64
17. The AT&T Navigator Website ......................................................................................................................65
Changing your PIN number................................................................................................................................66
18. Error Conditions............................................................................................................................................66
19. FAQs ...............................................................................................................................................................67
20. Customer Support.........................................................................................................................................70
AT&T Customer Support ....................................................................................................................................70
21. TeleNav Services Warranty..........................................................................................................................70
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1. Welcome
AT&T Navigator™ v3.0 utilizes the integration of GPS position determination technology, the Android™
programming environment, and access to your wireless carrier’s data network. The AT&T Navigator application
provides:

GPS navigation that punctually guides you turn-by-turn to any destination address in the United
States. If you miss a turn or get off-track, AT&T Navigator will calculate a new route for you.

Up to three routes to choose from before your trip, with estimated times for each route to put you in
control of navigation.

Navigation features such as Lane Assist to help you determine which lane(s) to be in at a multi-lane
highway junction or an intersection. View traffic camera locations on your navigation map, as well as
the legal speed limit.

Audio and visual traffic alerts while driving or viewing maps, as well as traffic rerouting capabilities to
minimize delays on your trip.

The ability to enter destination addresses by keying or speaking directly into the device, entering
them on the AT&T Navigator website, or by pulling your contacts from the device’s Contacts list.
Optionally, you can input a remote origin and receive Driving Directions from that origin address to
the selected destination address.

A Places search feature that allows you to find addresses or businesses quickly and directly from
the home screen by typing into a one-box search field, speaking a simple audio command, or
accessing a full page of Places category buttons. You can navigate directly there or phone the
business first to check availability of an item or get a reservation and then navigate to it. You can
also save the address for use later.

Points-of-Interest search result ads that offer merchant review, deals, and restaurant menus
(depends on availability).

Maps of the area around your current location, a marked favorite, or an address you enter manually
or have previously entered. You can pan the map (adjust left/right/up/down), and zoom in or out.
Maps and points-of-interest are frequently updated for accuracy, at no additional charge to you.

The ability to set up alerts for your daily commute and view any traffic incidents on the map of the
route.

The ability to set Daytime or Nighttime colors for your map or navigation screens. You can also set
this to “Auto” for automatic color adjustment throughout the day.

A Movies feature to search for movies based on location or theaters.

A Weather feature to view current weather conditions, as well as a 7-day forecast, for a location that
you choose.

The ability to personalize the application by selecting the use of U.S. customary or metric distance
units, the language for audible guidance, the volume and map colors, etc.
AT&T Navigator’s servers support these enhanced services via the carrier’s data network.
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2. Safety and Legal Notices
Please read this section carefully before using AT&T Navigator
AT&T and TeleNav will not accept any responsibility whatsoever for accidents resulting from failure to observe
common sense precautions. Your personal judgment, traffic regulations, and common sense must always take
precedence over any driving direction produced by AT&T Navigator.
WARNING: Keep your eyes on the road.
It is your responsibility as the vehicle operator to keep your eyes on the road and be an alert driver at all times,
ESPECIALLY when the vehicle is moving. The vehicle operator should not be distracted by the application
displays, audible cues, or manually interacting with the controls. When you need to enter data on your device using
the keypad or study the display, please do so while the vehicle is parked, not while in motion. Should your ability to
drive responsibly be decreased, please turn off the device.
WARNING: Install the equipment safely.
If you are using a device mounting kit, make sure that it does not obscure your vision. You may wish to charge the
device while using AT&T Navigator. If so, make sure the charging cable does not interfere with any of the vehicle
controls.
WARNING: Drive safely and use common sense.
The vehicle operator’s personal judgment, traffic regulations, and common sense must always take precedence
over the instructions provided by AT&T Navigator.
It is your responsibility as the vehicle operator to drive safely, observe all traffic rules, and above all use your own
personal judgment while driving. If you feel that a route suggested by the navigation software instructs you to
perform an unsafe or illegal maneuver, places you in an unsafe situation, or routes you into an area which you
consider unsafe, do not follow the instructions.
3. Data Service Options
The AT&T Navigator application that you install on your device requires a means of accessing the public Internet,
which is typically provided by your carrier’s data network.
The AT&T Navigator application communicates with the AT&T Navigator servers to get routing, maps, and points of
interest via your carrier’s data network. You do not need to purchase additional data services if you already have a
data or email services plan for your device. However, if you do not already have a data or email services plan, you
must order one from AT&T so you can use the AT&T Navigator application.
AT&T
1-800-331-0500 (select option #1)
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4. Device Controls
Your Android device provides several different ways for you to control AT&T Navigator and input information. The
table below explains the phone controls most commonly referenced. Please refer to the user's guide for your
specific model.
Key
Name
Function
Back button
In most AT&T Navigator screens, the Back button will return you to the
previous screen. Pressing the Back button while in a Drive To session
will open the End Trip prompt. Pressing the Back button while at the
AT&T Navigator Main Menu will close the app, putting it in the
background.
Call button
The Call button is typically used when you speak in an address. You can
also press the Call button to make a phone call and temporarily suspend
AT&T Navigator.
End Call button
Press End Call to end a phone call or to temporarily suspend AT&T
Navigator and lock the screen.
Home button
Press Home to return to the device Home Screen from anywhere on your
phone. Press & hold Home to bring up the recent applications window.
Menu button
Pressing the Menu button while using the AT&T Navigator application
may give you a variety of options, depending on what screen you are on.
There is usually an option for Help and one to take you back to AT&T
Navigator Home to reduce how often you would have to press the Back
button.
Trackball or D-Pad
Use the trackball or D-Pad (depending on your device) to navigate
selectable items on the screen. Click the trackball to select a highlighted
item or action.
or
As with the Menu button, clicking the trackball while using the AT&T
Navigator application may give you a variety of options, depending on
what screen you are on.
Volume buttons
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The volume control buttons are located on the side of the phone. Use
them to manually increase or decrease the volume of audible alerts in
AT&T Navigator.
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5. Getting Started with AT&T Navigator
The AT&T Navigator application that resides within your device requires an AT&T subscription and means of
accessing the public Internet. This allows the application to access its servers for mapping, routing, and search
services from your device.
Software Installation
AT&T Navigator comes preloaded on your device. Tap on the AT&T Navigator logo
screen instructions to pay for a subscription service.
and follow the on-
Tips on Using GPS
In order to get information for navigation, devices are equipped with a GPS receiver that uses signals from satellites
orbiting the earth. If this is your first GPS device, the following tips will help you get started.

When using GPS, make sure you are outside with a clear view of the sky and no buildings or trees
are in the way.

The time to acquire the first GPS signal of the day may take up to 2-3 minutes, so please be patient.

Keeping your device powered on will help make getting subsequent GPS signals much faster
during that same day.
6. Launching AT&T Navigator
1. If the application menu is hidden, choose Apps on the bottom toolbar. Then
choose the AT&T Navigator icon.
AT&T Navigator
2. The splash screen will appear.
icon
3. Next, the Terms of Service screen will appear. If you agree to the terms and
conditions, choose Accept to continue.
NOTE: During the login process, you may be asked to enter your phone number
for verification purposes. You may also be sent a code to log in via a text message.
If you see either of these screens, simply follow the prompts to complete the login
process.
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4.
During your first use of AT&T Navigator, the phone will download the audible
and graphical content needed to build the displays and produce audible
messages. The time it takes to complete the download depends on wireless
data connection.
When AT&T Navigator is using data service to contact the AT&T Navigator servers,
it will present a message such as: a) Reading GPS, b) Waiting, c) Sending,
d) Receiving, e) Logging in, f) Personalizing, g) Loading, and h) Storing.
NOTE: Do not interact with your Android device while this download is underway. Wait for it to finish. When the
download is completed, you will see the AT&T Navigator Map screen.
NOTE: If the AT&T Navigator application indicates that it cannot reach the servers, the most likely reason is that
your carrier data service plan is not yet active. You will not be able to progress beyond this point until your account
is returned to current status. You may also see an important message from AT&T Navigator regarding upgrades,
scheduled downtime, pending account expiration, etc.
7. Common Features
Toolbar
The toolbar at the bottom of the screen allows you to access AT&T Navigator’s
key features:
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
Maps

Drive To

Places

Extras
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Search
The Search box at the top of most of the application screens lets you conveniently key in an address or business name
or category. For example, you can type in “coffee” or a specific address to drive to.
Speak It
Use the voice command feature by choosing the Microphone icon at the bottom
toolbar. Then speak in a command to find businesses or driving directions.
Some examples on the screen will prompt you on the types of voice command you
can give.
Speak clearly into your device’s microphone and tap the button at the bottom of the
screen when you are done.
The matching address is then displayed on your screen for confirmation. The
address is also automatically saved to your Recent Places list.
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8. Using a Bluetooth Headset
You can use a Bluetooth headset with AT&T Navigator for features such as Drive To navigation instructions, or to speak
in an address. To do so, you must first pair your Bluetooth headset from the Android menu. The following instructions are
for a Samsung Galaxy device; your Bluetooth menu options may vary.
1. From the Android main menu, go to Settings >> Wireless and Network >> Bluetooth Settings.
2. On the "Bluetooth Settings" screen, make sure Bluetooth is enabled and then choose Scan Devices. The
phone will search for nearby Bluetooth devices.
3. Find the device name in the Bluetooth devices results list. You may need to follow the pairing instructions and
provide a password if asked, depending on your specific Bluetooth device.
4. Once the device is paired, launch AT&T Navigator (make sure your Bluetooth device is powered ON). Then
choose a destination in the Drive To menu.
5. Audio will now be routed through your Bluetooth headset.
After the pairing, AT&T Navigator will recognize and remember your Bluetooth when you are using the application.
9. Maps Menu
When you launch AT&T Navigator, you will come to the Maps screen, which
shows your current location.
You can zoom in or out using the + and – keys, or by pinching the screen. To pan
the map, drag it with your finger.
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Map Menu Options
The follow graphic explains the interactions on the Map screen from the Maps & Traffic menu. To get a map for a
different area, type an address in the Search box at the top of the screen or Choose Menu >> Change Location and tap
on a button for Home, Work, Favorites, Places, Recent, Address, Contacts or Airport.
Search for
an address
or nearby
points of
interest
Show/hide
traffic color
on major
roads
Zoom in
Zoom out
Show/hide
traffic
cameras
Show/hide
satellite
map
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Center on
current
location
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Display Traffic & Speed Cameras
In the Maps menu, you can check traffic conditions and any speed cameras around a certain area.
1. Choose Maps on the toolbar. The map of your location appears.
2. Choose Layers >> Traffic
Layers >> Speed Cameras
to show or hide traffic display and
to show or hide cameras.

Traffic alerts, shown as icons, and traffic flow information shown
as colored outlines on major roads, are then shown on the map.

Traffic cameras are represented on the map by this icon:
NOTE: You can zoom in or out using + and –, or by pinching the screen. If
no traffic information appears on the map, try zooming out to show a larger
area. Traffic flow information will only appear for large roads such as
highways. Drag your finger on the screen to pan the map. When you zoom
or pan, there may be brief activity to fetch the updated map.
Highways and major roads with traffic flow information are color-coded by speed
in each direction of travel:
Speed
> 50 mph
30 – 50 mph
< 30 mph
Unknown
Road Color
Green
Yellow
Red
No color
The following are some icons you may see depicting different types of incidents:
Accident
Congestion
Construction
Incident or
events
Other Ways to View a Map
There are several other ways in which you can view a map and traffic information:
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1. From the “Map” option for Favorites and Recent Places in the Drive To menu.
For example, from the toolbar, select Drive To >> Favorites >> press and hold a location to call up the Menu
>> Map.
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2. From the “Map” option for any location that you have found using the Places search.
For example, from the toolbar, select Places. Search the categories for your desired location, and then select
the Map option on the location’s Details page.
10. Drive To Menu
Use Drive To and choose from a variety of ways to navigate to an address. The
Drive To Menu options are:
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
Resume Trip – Your last trip destination appears at the top of the
screen if your navigation session was interrupted. Choose the
location to navigate to the destination from your current location.

Home (this appears as “Set up Home” if you have not yet set up
an address) – Get directions from any location to your home
address.

Work (this appears as “Set up Work” if you have not yet set up an
address) – Get directions from any location to your work address.

Favorites – Choose a Favorite place to get directions to it. These
are addresses that you have found and saved in the past.

Places – Search the categories and find the addresses and
phone numbers of businesses such as restaurants, hotels, gas
stations, etc. Sort businesses by best match, distance, or rating.
Once you find what you are looking for, you can get audible and
visual driving or walking directions, view a map, or place a call
(depends on phone number availability).
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
Recent – You can get directions to a Recent Place that you found in a Places search or located with
other Drive To options. Addresses sent to your phone for use by Navigator are also stored here. The
entries here are listed chronologically, with the most recent showing first.

Address – Enter a street address.

Contacts – Select saved contacts from your device’s Address Book.

Airports – Quickly find airports by 3-letter code or city name. Airports closest to your current location
are automatically suggested.
NOTE: When you enter or choose an address, place, or airport, the address will automatically be saved to your
Recent Places list.
After you choose an address, the Confirmation screen will appear. You can change your destination, starting point,
or route style by choosing Route Settings on this screen. See “Trip Confirmation Screen” on page 29 for more
information.
Resume Trip
This option appears if you have previously interrupted a navigation session.
Your destination and route settings are saved if you exit navigation while on a
route so that you can easily resume the trip later. The settings for a paused trip
will clear if you begin a new route.
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Set Up Home
This option lets you save a Home address so you can easily select it for use in
the future. Once you have set this up, you can Edit your Home address by doing
a press-and-hold on the Home button.
Set Up Work
This option lets you save a Work address so you can easily select it for use in the
future. Once you have set this up, you can Edit your Work address by doing a
press-and-hold on the Work button.
Favorites
Favorites are places that you have saved in the past so you can quickly access them. If your Favorites list is long, it
may be easier to use the Filter function to find your desired Favorite. To use the Filter function, enter one or more
alphanumeric characters in the text field at the top. As you type, the closest match(es) will appear at the top of the
list.
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You have the following options in the Favorites screen:

– Pull in addresses that you saved in the
Sync with Website
AT&T Navigator website at http://www.attnav.com.

– These are folders that you can
User-Created Categories
create when you save or edit a favorite.

– These are Favorites that you have not
Individual Favorites
organized into categories. Press and hold on any Favorite for
additional options:
o
Drive To – Get driving directions to this location.
o
Call – Call the business (if there is a phone number listed with
the Favorite).
o
Map – Plot this location on a map.
o
Edit – Edit the name, address, or category in which the favorite is
located (See Category below).
o
Delete – Delete the Favorite from the list.
o
Share – Send this address to a friend.
NOTE: Depending on the Favorite, not all of these options may be available.
In the Favorites screen, select an address to get driving directions.
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Category
This option allows you to organize where a location should be stored.
1. In Drive To >> Favorites, press and hold an individual Favorite from the list.
2. In the Menu that appears, choose Edit. The Edit Favorite screen appears.
3. Under “Categorize Favorites,” choose the category folder in the list to add
the location to the folder.
4. Choose Done.
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Create New Category
1. In Drive To >> My Favorites, press and hold an individual Favorite from the
list.
2. In the Menu that appears, choose Edit. The Edit Favorite screen appears.
3. Under “Categorize Favorite,” choose “New Category.”
4. On the next screen, enter a category name and choose Add.
Delete or Edit a Category
You can delete or edit a category that you have created in My Favorites.
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1. Choose Drive To >> Favorites.
2. Press and hold the category that you want to edit or delete. In the Menu that
appears, you can choose Edit to rename a category, or Delete.
NOTE: Deleting a Category folder also deletes all the Favorites stored in it. If you
change your mind, press the Back key to return to the Favorites menu.
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Places
You can get to the Places screen from the Maps, Drive To, or Extras screens by
tapping the Places button in the bottom toolbar. To search for businesses from
this screen, tap any category button such as ATM, Food/Coffee, Gas, Grocery,
or Lodging, or type a business or category name in the top Search field. You can
also include a location with your typed entry, as in these examples: “Movies in
Atlanta, GA” and “Chinese Restaurant near Hollywood and Vine, Hollywood.”
You can also enter a Place name or category by typing into the one-box Search
field at the top of most other AT&T Navigator screens, or by tapping the
Microphone icon at the bottom toolbar and speaking the name of a Place or
category (see page 12 for more information on speech input).
When a business that matches your criteria appears, choose it to get navigation
directions to that address. For convenience, the business you choose for
navigation is automatically saved to your Recent Places list.
See the Places Menu on page 44 for more details about this feature.
Choose More
to see a full listing of the available categories. On the Select
a Category screen, you can also use the “Find” feature to filter your search.
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Recent
Recent Places are addresses used recently for navigation or Places searches.
When an address in the list is used within AT&T Navigator, it is promoted to the
head of the list.
AT&T Navigator automatically saves all of the places that you:

Chose for navigation.

Located using a street address, contact, or airport.

Received from someone using AT&T Navigator’s Share Address
feature.
icon to pull in Recent Places that you saved in the AT&T
Choose the
Navigator website at http://www.attnav.com.
Choose Delete All to conveniently erase your entire Recent Places list.
In the Recent Places screen, select an address to get driving directions.
Your Recent Places list can grow to an unlimited length. If you have a large Recent Places list, it may be easier to
use the Find function to find your desired Recent Place. To use the Find function, enter one or more alphanumeric
characters in the Find text box. As you type, the closest match(es) will appear at the top of the list.
You can press and hold any choice in the Recent Places screen to call up a Menu for the following options:

Drive To – Get driving directions.

Call – Call the business (if there is a phone number listed with the Recent Place).

Map – View a map of the Recent Place.

Add to Favorites – Save the Recent Place to your Favorites list to easily locate it later.

Delete – Delete the Recent Place from the list (you can delete Recent Places individually this way
instead of choosing Delete All).

Share – Share the address with contacts from your device’s Contacts list or by providing recipients’
phone numbers (choose up to 10 at once).
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Address
You can enter an address by typing into the one-box Search field at the top of
most AT&T Navigator screens, or by tapping the Microphone icon at the
bottom toolbar and speaking the address (see page 12 for more information on
speech input).
However, if you prefer a two-box entry, you can do the following (the address is
automatically saved to your Recent Places list):
1. Choose Drive To from the bottom toolbar and tap the Address button.
2.
In the fields that appear, type in a street address.
TIP: Partial entry (5 or more letters) is okay for the street name, as is an
intersection such as Hollywood Blvd and Vine St. You can also leave the Address
field blank and just type in a city and state or zip code to use the address of the
city’s center. As you enter characters, nearby cities or addresses that you have
recently visited will be automatically suggested. To save time, you can select the
suggestions before you finish typing.
3.
Choose the Submit button to get driving directions.
4. AT&T Navigator checks to see if the address that you entered can be found. AT&T Navigator prompts you to
modify the address if it is too new to be found in the mapping database or if the street number cannot be
found for some other reason; for example, if the street number does not exist. AT&T Navigator may also
propose an address closest to the range of your entry.
Contacts
Quickly find addresses that you have saved in your device’s Contacts list. If you
have a large Contacts list, it may be easier to use the Search function to find
your desired address. To use the Search function, type a First or Last name of a
contact in the Find text box. As you type, the closest match(es) will appear at the
top of the list.
In the Contacts screen, select a contact to get driving directions.
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Airports
Quickly find airports by Airport Code or City Name. The airports closest to your
current location are displayed for your convenience. The airport is automatically
saved to your Recent places list.
1. From the Drive To screen, tap the Airport button.
2. In the Airport screen, enter the three-letter abbreviation of the airport, or
type the whole name of the airport (see page 12 for more information on
speech input).
NOTE: As you type, matching airports will be suggested. Choose one of the
suggestions to save time.
3. Choose an airport to get navigation directions.
Other Way to Get Directions
There are several ways to get driving directions to a desired location.
1. Open your phone’s Contact list to choose a contact with a validly formatted postal address – example:
street number and street name, city, state, zip code (optional). Then tap on the address, choose AT&T
Navigator, and choose Drive To.
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2.
Use the Places option on the bottom toolbar and search for a business or Point of Interest (POI). In the
Details screen for the business, choose the green address button to get driving directions.
3. Type an address, business, or category name into the One-Box Search field at the top of most AT&T
Navigator screens.
4. Tap the Microphone icon at the bottom toolbar and speak an address, business, or category name.
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Trip Confirmation Screen
Moments after you select a Drive To location, the Trip Confirmation screen
appears. AT&T Navigator calculates the optimal route(s) to your destination,
offering up to three route alternatives for your trip.
Editing Your Route
AT&T Navigator assumes that you want to start from your current location, but you
can edit your route.
1. Choose the Route Settings box at the top-right of the Trip Confirmation
screen for editing options.
2. After you have customized your options, choose Get Route to get
directions.
NOTE: You can also make adjustments to your route settings in Menu >> Settings
>> Navigation (see page 61 for details).
Edit Origin
The option lets you choose a street address other than your current location from which to start your route.
1. Choose the Origin field on the Route screen.
2. Choose a new starting point.
Edit Destination
This option lets you change your destination to a different street address.
1. Choose the Destination field on the Route screen.
2. Choose a new ending point for the trip.
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Edit Route Settings
This option lets you edit your route style in the following ways:

Fastest – This default Route Style finds the fastest driving route.

Shortest – This Route Style may or may not take more time to
drive but it shows you the shortest distance.

Avoid Highway – Use local streets instead of highways if
possible.

Pedestrian – Find walking directions.
NOTE: The “Pedestrian” route style may make your walking route
easier, for example by allowing you to take advantage of going the
wrong way down one-way streets. As always, use your common sense
to determine the safety of any route.
Next, make your selections on the following:

Avoid Traffic – Find the best route around traffic jams.

Avoid Tolls – Find a route around tolls, if possible.

Use Carpool Lanes – Find routes that have a carpool lane
option.
NOTE: These options are grayed out if you selected “Pedestrian” as
your Route Style.
Edit Voice Settings
This option lets you customize the audible cues received during a navigation session.

Directions & Traffic – Announce turns (left, right, etc.) and any traffic alerts/incidents along the
route.

Directions Only – Announce just turns (left, right, etc.).

Traffic Only – Announce just traffic alerts/incidents along the route.

None – No audio.
Moving to the Nearest Street
If you are not directly on a street, for example you are in a large parking lot or driveway, you will see a screen that
shows AT&T Navigator’s best estimate of where you are, with guidance on how to move to the nearest street.
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Audible Guidance During Navigation
The lead times for the audible guidance are increased proportionally to your driving speed. This allows more time
for changing lanes before a turn if you are driving at highway speeds as opposed to driving more slowly on local
streets.
Audio Replay
If you wish to hear an updated informational message for the current route segment, simply tap the top navigation
bar.
Miss a Turn?
Whenever you miss a turn, turn the wrong way, turn too early or too late, or otherwise get off the planned route to
your destination, the AT&T Navigator automatically creates a new route to your desired destination, audibly
announces, “Rerouting,” and gives you a new set of instructions.
If you realize you have missed a turn or have otherwise gotten off the route, just keeping driving. AT&T Navigator
detects your current location and recalculates a new set of driving directions to get you back on track.
It may take approximately 15 to 30 seconds for AT&T Navigator to update your route. If during this process you
make additional deviations from your current route, AT&T Navigator may have to contact its servers for another
new route.
AT&T Navigator generally requires access your carrier’s network to calculate a new route. However, once you’re in
a navigation session, the smartly-cached map data already delivered to your handset allows you to navigate and
get turn-by-turn re-routing directions even outside the carrier’s coverage area, provided you have not driven too far
from the calculated route.
If you find yourself outside of the carrier’s coverage area during navigation and you have strayed significantly from
the calculated route, you must return to your carrier’s coverage area in order for AT&T Navigator to recalculate your
route.
Navigation Views
The default navigation view is 3D moving maps, but you may wish to use the 2D Map instead. Tap the Directional
in the lower left corner of the Navigation screen to toggle between 3D and 2D map views.
Heading compass
To repeat an audio prompt during navigation, tap the top navigation bar.
You can change the default navigation view in Menu >> Settings >> Navigation >> Map Style (see page 61 for
more information).
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3D Moving Map
A 3-dimensional map with turn icons (default).
This view allows you to see how the road ahead is organized, similar to the
perspective of a bird flying above the route. You can see the route to your
destination as a blue overlay on one of the roads with white triangles leading you
in the correct direction. Orange arrows mark any upcoming turns.
The name of the street you are currently on is displayed at the bottom of the
screen. The street name for your next turn is shown at the top.
2D Moving Map
The 2D view allows you to see how the road network is organized, similar to the
perspective of a cartographer looking down on a map.
The name of the street you are currently on is displayed at the bottom of the
screen. The street name for your next turn is shown at the top.
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In 2D and 3D moving maps, you can zoom in or out while navigating by pinching the screen or by using the “+” and
“-“ buttons on the screen. You can also pan the map up, down, left, and right by sliding your finger along the
screen. You may see a small network activity indicator comprised of two arrows in the upper-right corner of the
display when you change map scale factor. If you pan out of the current route, the map will snap back to the current
route after 15 seconds with no tapping activity required.
The content on the 3D Moving Map navigation view is explained below.
Next turn.
Also tap here
to replay the
last audio
prompt.
GPS
Connectivity
Network
Connectivity
Name of the
street you will
turn onto
Total distance
remaining and
estimated time of
arrival
Distance until
next turn
Street names
Directional
heading
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Name of the
street you
are on
Max speed limit
for current road
segment
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On-Screen Navigation Icons
The following table explains some of the icons that you may see during a navigation session when viewing a 2D or
3D Map.
Icon
Name
Lane Assist
Appearing at the bottom of the screen during
Navigation, the Lane Assist feature is designed to
help you determine which lane(s) to be in at a multilane highway junction or an intersection. As you
approach a turn or junction, the Lane Assist graphic
will be displayed with correct lanes highlighted for
your route.
Speed Limit
The legal speed limit will be displayed on the screen
for major roads and highways. The bottom toolbar
will turn red with an “Over Speed Limit” warning if you
are exceeding the posted limit by at least 10%.
Traffic Alert
When you are viewing moving maps during
navigation and have set Traffic Alerts to “On” in
Menu >> Settings >> Navigation >> Traffic Incident
Alert, an icon will appear on the map if there is an
accident less than 15 miles ahead of your current
route. You will see the distance along the route until
the incident and hear an audio warning.
Traffic Cameras
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Function
You will see an icon when you are approaching a
traffic camera. Traffic camera data is reported by
users of AT&T Navigator.
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Navigation Toolbar Options
Tap the navigation screen to call up the bottom toolbar and other navigation options. These are described in the
sections below.
When you arrive at your destination, press the Back button. The navigation screen will also automatically exit after
a period of inactivity.
The bottom toolbar, Zoom buttons, and the Traffic button shown below appear when you tap on the screen during
navigation. The Centering button in the lower right corner appears if you pan away from your current location.
These buttons all disappear after 7-8 seconds of inactivity, returning the Navigation screen to its default state.
View Traffic
Summary
Zoom in/out
Center on
current location
Toggle back to
Nav screen (if on
another screen)
View Turns,
Traffic, or
Map
Summary
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Search for
business
along route
End current
trip
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Route
Tap on the navigation screen to call up the toolbar and then choose Route for the following options.
Turns
This screen shows a text listing of every turn for this navigation session from your
starting location to your destination, along with mini turn icons.
Tap on any row with turn instructions to view a turn-by-turn map of that segment
along the route.
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Traffic
This screen shows you any delays from traffic, a summary of incidents on the
route, and the average speed for each segment where available. You can tap on
any line to view more details.
NOTE: This screen can also be accessed by tapping the Traffic icon
on
on the navigation
the navigation screen. If there is a Traffic Alert icon
screen and you tap on it instead of the Traffic icon, a summary of the specific
incident coming up on your route will be displayed instead.
Below is an explanation of what you will see on the Traffic Alert screen:

Incidents (triangle icons) – Total number of remaining incidents
directly along the route. The color of the triangle indicates incident
severity:
Color
Severity
Yellow
Only Minor incidents
Orange
At least one Major incident,
no severe incidents
Red
At least one Severe incident

Time – Total delay time of the trip with traffic.

Mph/Kph – Average speed on that road segment.

Street – The street or highway name of the road segment.
NOTE: “N/A” is displayed for segments without traffic flow information (usually local streets) or segments farther
than 200 miles away.
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If you tap an incident line, you can view the details. Below is an explanation of
what you will see on the Traffic Detail screen:

Distance – The total distance of the road segment is displayed
immediately below the road name.

Average Speed Bar – Average speed of the road segment on a
scale of 0 mph to the maximum-posted speed for that segment.

Incident Detail – Each incident is displayed with the following:
-Incident graphic detailing the type of incident
-Location
-Additional comments
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Avoiding Traffic from Traffic Summary
While you are in a navigation session, you can choose to re-route starting from
the Traffic Summary screen to avoid traffic congestion.
1. During navigation, tap on the screen and choose the Traffic icon
.
2. You have two options to route around traffic:

Minimize Delays – Reroute to minimize traffic delays for the entire
current route.

Avoid Segment (this option appears when you tap on a segment
with an incident detail) – Reroute to avoid the selected segment.
NOTE: Press the Back button on the phone or the Nav button at the bottom
toolbar to go back to the navigation screen.
3. The Suggested Route screen shows the proposed new route, outlining
the original (blue) and suggested route (pink), as well as listing the
estimated time saved.

Choose Accept New Route to generate a navigation session for
the new route.

Choose Use Current Route to go back to the navigation screen.
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Avoiding Traffic from Traffic Alert
When you hear an audio warning about a traffic incident during your
navigation session, you can re-route directly from this screen to avoid
congestion ahead.
1. During navigation, an audio warning sounds to alert you to traffic
incidents along your route. An alert icon appears on the map,
showing severity and distance to the incident.
(Audio) “Accident 1.4 miles ahead
on US 101 at Lawrence
Expressway; 1 lane closed. Tap the
traffic alert to avoid.”
2. Tap the traffic alert icon on the device.

If there is an incident, you will be taken to the incident so that you
can select to avoid it. The application will calculate a route to
avoid all incidents within a 15-mile range.

If there is no incident, you will be taken to the Traffic Summary
screen.
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Map
The entire route from your starting location to your destination is drawn on a map.
The route is displayed as a blue line connecting the Start and Finish flags.

Use a pinching motion to zoom in and out of the map. Slide your
finger along the map to pan.

To go back to the Navigation screen, press the Back key on the
phone or the Nav key at the bottom toolbar.
Places
When in Navigation mode, tapping the Places button at the bottom toolbar finds
the desired places along your navigation route. For example, you can find every
bank on your route between San Francisco and Sacramento.
After you have entered a keyword for your search or selected from the available
categories, you have the following search options:

Up Ahead – Find points of interests along the route near your
current location.

Near Destination – Find points of interest near your destination.
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The results screen displays either the number of miles from your current location
(if you chose Up Ahead), or the number of miles from your destination (if you
chose Near Destination). Select a restaurant from the Search Along list to get
driving directions from your current location to the restaurant.

Choose the Map button
map along your route.

You can change the sorting options (by Best Match, Distance, or
Rating), or page through the Search Results list by using your
finger to scroll the screen.
to view the points of interest on a
End Trip
End the navigation session. You can also access this option by pressing Menu
on the device. If you interrupt a navigation session before you arrive at your
destination, your trip will be remembered, and you can choose to “Resume Trip”
on the Drive To screen.
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Navigation Menu Options
Press the Menu key on your Android device to call up the menu during a
navigation session for the following options.
End Trip
End the navigation session. See “End Trip” on page 42 for more information.
Report Traffic Camera
Traffic Camera data is generated by AT&T Navigator users. To report a Traffic Camera, choose Menu >> Report
Traffic Camera during a navigation session.
Route Settings
Choose Menu >> Route Settings to change your preferred route settings (Fastest, Shortest, Pedestrian) and
choose which routes to avoid (Highway, Traffic, Tolls, Carpool Lanes) during navigation. Be sure to Save if you
have made any changes. See “Edit Route Settings” on page 30 for more information.
Settings
Change general settings for AT&T Navigator. You can also access this option from other AT&T Navigator screens
by choosing Menu >> Settings (see page 60).
Feedback
Enter any feedback you have about the navigation session of the AT&T Navigator application.
Exit
Choosing this “Exit” option from the menu closes the application. If you would like to exit navigation only, choose
“End Trip.”
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11. Places Menu
The Places menu provides you with a few different ways to find the addresses
and phone numbers of businesses such as restaurants, hotels, and gas
stations, and parking lots or garages.
If the search succeeds, a list of businesses will appear. These businesses will
be near your current position or near the location you chose.
Once you find what you are looking for, you can get audible and visual driving or
walking directions, view a map of the location, or save the location to your
Favorites list. You can also place a call to make reservations and share the
location with others via text message.
To use the Places feature, do the following steps:
1. From the Home Screen, choose Places.
2. You can search for a business by typing in or speaking a keyword (see page 12 for more information on
how to use on voice input). You can also search by Category.

Choose the text input field to type in keywords.

Choose the voice input icon to say keywords.

Choose More to search through an extensive category list.
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3. A list of nearby results will be displayed, typically showing a sponsored
listing at the top of the list. For most searches, the results will be ordered
by “Best Match,” which is a combination of distance and rating. You can
also change this to sort by “Distance” or by “Rating.”
NOTE: If you choose Food/Coffee or Gas, a list of options will appear before
any results are displayed.
4. Make a selection from the list.
5. The Results screen appears with details about your selection. The
screen shows: a) the name of the business, b) the distance from the
search point, c) the street address, d) the phone number (if available),
e) user-submitted ratings for the business, and f) a static map segment
or, for some sponsored listings, descriptive text about the business.
6. You can choose from the following options. Depending on the business
that you view, not all of the options may be available.

Drive To – Tap the green Address button to get driving
directions (this option will take you to the Going To confirmation
screen).

Call – Tap the Phone Number button just below the green
Address button to call the location (option only available if there
is a phone number shown on the Results screen). See “Making a
Phone Call” on Page 63 for more details about this feature.
NOTE: When the call ends, you will be returned to the Results
screen. The calling option will not be available if you are already on
another call.

Map – View a map of the area surrounding the business address
(See “Map Results” on page 51).

Share – Share the address with contacts from your phone’s contact
list or with recipients whose phone number you provide (see “Share
Address” on page 51).

Search Nearby – Search for other business around this current
address.

Save – Save the location to your Favorites.

Reviews – Read reviews that others have submitted (if available).
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A quick-reference graphic of the Search Details screen is shown below:
Save
location to
Favorites
Star ratings
and
number of
reviews
Get driving
directions
Write a
review or
read others’
reviews
Call
location
View map
of area
Search for
nearby
businesses
Share
address
with others
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Change Location for Search Results
By default, searches for the business are centered on your current location.
However, you can change this to another location that you specify.
1. In the Search Results list, choose the Current Location text box.
2. The Choose Location screen appears. Choose a new location to
conduct your search.
Sorting Options
You have a variety of options to sort your search results (this option may not be
available for all searches). On the Search Results screen, choose the drop-down
box at the top-right of the results list.
Sort by Best Match
This is the default sorting option, which is a combination of distance and rating.
Sort by Distance
Sort the businesses by order of distance to your chosen location.
Sort by Rating
Sort the businesses by the amount of stars they received from user ratings.
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Sponsored Results
1. Icons next to business names indicate that more information is available in
the Details screen.
2. The Sponsored Results (Details) screen shows business details and
descriptions. The tabs you see may vary, depending on what is available
for the business.

Browse any deals or promotions that the business may be
offering.

View menus for restaurant searches.
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Most Popular Category
You can search for the most popular food/coffee places.
1. In the Places screen, choose Food/Coffee and then Most Popular.
2. The Most Popular search results screen displays items that are
frequently given higher star ratings. By default, results are sorted by the
number of points they have received (popularity). Items with no points or
negative points are not displayed.
Popularity is calculated by the user-generated ratings, averaged by considering
the scores of the ratings and the number of users that have rated the location. A
location accrues points based on how many stars it is given by AT&T Navigator
users. When a location consistently achieves above-average ratings, its
popularity count increases. Negative ratings lower the popularity count of the
location.
See “Ratings and Reviews” on Page 53 for more information.
Search for Gas by Price
You can search for the cheapest gas prices around your current location or
another location that you specify.
1. Choose Places in the Home Screen.
2. Choose Gas and then choose a fuel grade.
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3. The Search Results screen displays with a list of gas prices sorted by
price.
4. Choose a gas station to go to its Details screen.

On the Main tab, you can tap Map to go to full map view, share
the address with a friend (see “Share Address” on page 51), or
search for nearby businesses.

On the Gas Prices tab, you can view available gas prices.
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Map Results
You can view your search results plotted on a map by choosing the Map icon
on the Search Results screen.
The Map Results screen can also be accessed when you tap on the Map button on the Search Details screen
(Main tab).
Use your finger to pan the map. Zooming out may allow you to view more results on the page.
The follow graphic explains the interactions on the Map Results screen for a point-of-interest:
Quick-search
bar
Scroll through
Search list
Go back to list
view
Drive to, call,
or share
address
View details
of location
Zoom in
Show/hide
traffic
Show/hide
speed
cameras
Zoom out
Center back
on current
location
Show/hide
satellite view
Share Address
You can send addresses to friends as a text message. Friends who are also using AT&T Navigator will receive the
address in their Navigator.
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1.
In the business’s Search Details screen (Main tab), choose Share at the
bottom of the screen.
2. Choose a contact in “Select from Contacts,” or type in phone numbers
using “Enter Phone Numbers.” Choose Done.
3. This screen allows you to change any of the following:

Label – This field is optional. Give the address a name for easier
identification.

Send To – Choose this field to add or remove a contact or phone
number. You can select contacts from your phone’s contact list or type
in up to 10 phone numbers.
4. Choose Send when you are finished. The selected recipients will receive a
text message with the shared address.
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Search Nearby
Search for nearby businesses from the Places menu.
Ratings and Reviews
The star ratings under certain businesses indicate ratings and reviews submitted by
other users. You can also submit your own rating and review for businesses.
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Submit Your Own Rating and Review
1. In the Search Results screen, select a location.
2. In the Details screen, choose the Review tab, and then choose Write a
Review.
3. On the next screen, choose a rating from 1 to 5 stars and enter optional
comments.
NOTE: If you choose the Write a Review option for a location that you have
already rated, the original rating is displayed by default. If you submit a modified
rating, the old rating is excluded from the average and replaced with the new rating,
and the number of ratings remains the same.
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12. Extras
The Extras menu lets you search for movie listings and check your local
weather conditions. You can also purchase different voices for the navigation
audio announcements (when available), as well as different car icons for the
navigation screen.
AT&T Navigator is constantly adding fun and useful new features, so be sure to
check back often to see what’s available.
Movies
Choose Extras >> Apps tab >> My Apps >> Movie. You have the following
options:

Theaters tab – Select a theater to browse available movies.
Theaters are listed by closest distance to you.

Movies tab – View an alphabetical listing of movies. Choose the
Back or Forward arrows to scroll through different dates.
You can change your search location by choosing the Change Location icon
at the upper-right of the screen.
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Search by Theaters
On the Theaters tab, choose a theater to view a list of available movies, show
times, and run times. Elapsed show times are crossed out in the list.
Search by Movies
On the Movies tab, choose a movie to view a synopsis, and a list of the closest
theaters where the movie is showing. Elapsed show times are crossed out in the
list. You can also view movie duration and star rating when available.
Where available, you can also choose Buy to purchase tickets to your movie.
Weather
Check the weather conditions for your current location or for another location that you select. You can also see the
extended weekly forecast.
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1. Choose Extras >> Apps tab >> My Apps >> Weather.
2. The weather condition for your current location is displayed, along with
the forecast for the next six days.
3. Choose the Change Location icon
location.
to view weather for another
My Accounts
Choose Extras >> Account to view a list of your subscriptions, your purchase
history, and any payment information you have on file. You can add a credit
card to your file for quick payment from within the AT&T Navigator application.
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13. Menu Features
Choose the Menu key on the Android device to call up a menu for additional
options. The choices in this menu vary, depending on the AT&T Navigator
screen you are on. Below are the main features.
About
Go to Menu >> About to find important information about your AT&T Navigator
account such as the version number you are using and your PIN. You can
quickly find contact information for AT&T Navigator Customer Support and
access Diagnostic Tools to help you troubleshoot the application.
About AT&T Navigator
This menu option shows the exact version of AT&T Navigator on your device. Knowing the exact version of your
software may be helpful if you ever have to call AT&T Navigator Technical Support. This page also provides a link
to complete Terms and Conditions for the product.
Support Info
Find contact information for AT&T Navigator Customer Support here. Once you are on the Support screen, you can
quickly call Customer Support or view additional support information from your phone’s Internet browser.
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Your PIN Number
Get your PIN number by choosing this option. A text message will be sent to you with the PIN, and it will briefly
appear at the top of your AT&T Navigator screen. After it disappears, you can open the text message to view it
again. Your PIN is by default the last four digits of your phone number and is used to log into “My AT&T Navigator”
at http://www.attnav.com for pre-planning.
Diagnostic Tools
These Diagnostic Tools can help you troubleshoot your device, in the event that you may need to contact Customer
Support. You may be asked to provide some of the information that you find on this screen.
You can refresh the data at any time my choosing Menu >> Refresh. This is useful for when you have lost GPS
data and need to refresh your GPS location.
Home
Choose Menu >> Home to go back to the Maps screen from any other menu.
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Settings
Choose Menu >> Settings for options on setting your preferences and other
features. Be sure to choose Save to keep any changes you have made.
You can also access this menu from Extras >> Settings.
Profile
In Menu >> Settings >> Profile, you can edit the following:

First/Last Name – Edit your name here. This name will be displayed to users when you share
addresses with them.

Email – Edit your e-mail here. Your e-mail address is used to send important messages about AT&T
Navigator account, as well as any commute alert e-mails you have created.

Username – Enter a user name to appear when you are submitting reviews for a business.
NOTE: You may be asked to confirm your e-mail address.
General
In Menu >> Settings >> General, you can edit the following:

Region – Select a region for maps (depends on availability).

Language – Determines the language used for screen labeling and audio prompts.

Distance Units – Miles/feet or kilometers/meters.
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Navigation
In Menu >> Settings >> Navigation, you can edit the following:

Route Settings – Fastest, Shortest, Avoid Highway, or Pedestrian. By default, all routes are
“Fastest” to minimize traffic delays. You can also choose to avoid traffic and tolls, or use carpool
lanes along your trip.

Map Color – Choose from Auto, Daytime, Nighttime. Nighttime colors have greater contrast to let
you better see the navigation screen in the dark. Choose “Auto” to have the navigation maps switch
to Daytime and Nighttime colors based on your location.

Map Style –3D Moving Maps or 2D Moving Maps. Choose one to use as your default during
navigation.

Backlight – Choose Always On, On at Turns, or Device Default. The “On at Turn” option turns the
backlight on when a turn is approaching, but otherwise relies on the device setting, which typically
turns off the display after some period of manual interaction. This can save battery life.

Speed Limit – Show or Hide speed limit displays on major roads and highways on a navigation
screen.

Lane Assist – Show or Hide lane assist graphics at multi-lane highway junctions or at intersections.

Traffic Incident Alert – On or Off. If this feature is on, audio and visual traffic alerts will appear on
the 2D or 3D Moving Maps screen if there is a traffic incident on the route ahead.

Traffic Camera – On or Off. If this feature is on, you can view traffic camera locations on maps and
navigation screens.
NOTE: Be sure to save any changes (scroll down to the end of the page to see the Save button).
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Audio
In Menu >> Settings >> Audio, you can edit the following:

Audio Guidance – Directions & Traffic, Directions Only, Traffic Only, or None. “Directions Only” lets
you listen to turn-by-turn directions, but without any traffic information.

Audio During Call – Suspend or Play. This controls audio guidance when you are on a phone call
while navigating.
Home Address
In Menu >> Settings >> Home Address, you can enter or edit a home address. This option appears in the Drive To
menu for quick selection.
Work Address
In Menu >> Settings >> Work Address, you can enter or edit a work address. This option appears in the Drive To
menu for quick selection.
Feedback
AT&T is always striving to give you the best user experience. Just choose
Menu >> Feedback to type in your comments about how AT&T Navigator is
working for you.
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14. Suspending AT&T Navigator
Making a Phone Call from AT&T Navigator
You can Call In to a location that you have found in a Search such as a restaurant, a
hotel, or a store. When available, tap the phone number in the Search Details screen
for a business.
AT&T Navigator Options from Phone Contact List
You can interact with AT&T Navigator from your device’s Contact List. Choose a
Contact, tap on the address, and then choose AT&T Navigator. Then select from the
following options:

Drive To – Launch navigation in AT&T Navigator to get driving directions
to your contact.

View Map – Plot the Contact’s address on a map.

Search Nearby – Launch Places to find businesses around the Contact’s
address.

Share Address – Share the Contact’s address with other Contacts from
your phone or with recipients whose phone numbers you provide.
Taking an Incoming Call
When you are using AT&T Navigator and your phone receives an incoming call, your phone rings and displays a
screen that gives you the option to Answer the call or Ignore the call.
If you ignore the call, the AT&T Navigator application resumes and continues with the function that you were using
before the call came in.
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If you answer the call, AT&T Navigator will be operating but “suspended.” After the call, press the Back button to
end the call. At this point, AT&T Navigator should resume from its suspended state. If you are navigating and have
gotten off the route, AT&T Navigator will say “Rerouting” and obtain a new route for you.
NOTE: When AT&T Navigator briefly uses the data network, incoming calls may be blocked. When you are on an
incoming call, AT&T Navigator is still running and will periodically collect a GPS fix from the internal GPS receiver.
When this fix is taken, there may be a very brief loss of intelligibility on the received audio from the caller.
Calendar and E-mail Events
When a scheduled calendar event occurs, or an e-mail message arrives while you are using AT&T Navigator, a
pop-up notification will appear. You can interact with the Calendar or e-mail event by Opening it, or you can Dismiss
it. If you Open the application associated with the notification, AT&T Navigator will continue to run in the
background. If you are in a navigation session, the audio directions will continue to be announced, unless you are
on a call.
15. Exiting AT&T Navigator
From the AT&T Navigator Home Screen, press the Menu key and choose Exit. This will
perform a complete exit.
NOTE: If you press the Back key, AT&T Navigator will be suspended (running in the
background) instead of exited. This is useful if, for example, you are in the middle of a
navigation session and would like to run another application on the Android menu.
16. Removing AT&T Navigator
You do not need to remove AT&T Navigator if you are installing a new version, but if you choose to do so, you can
remove the application directly from the device.
1.
In the AT&T Navigator Main Menu, go Settings >> Applications >> Manage applications.
2.
Wait for the Applications list to load, and then select AT&T Navigator from the list.
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1. The Application Info screen loads for AT&T Navigator. Choose the
Uninstall button to proceed and follow the on-screen prompts.
17. The AT&T Navigator Website
To access the general AT&T Navigator website, go to http://www.wireless.att.com/lbs.
You can also log in to the AT&T Pre-Planning website http://www.attnav.com.
Access features such as:

Route planning for planning a trip by entering the starting and destination addresses. Update multiple
addresses and have them sent to your Recent list as a Received Address.

Search Places such as restaurants, hotels, stores, government offices, etc. You can also get
addresses, phone numbers, maps, and directions.

Contact Customer Support.

Add an address and save it to the My Favorites list on your phone. The next time you launch the AT&T
Navigator application on your phone, the new address will appear in your My Favorites and Recent
lists.
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NOTE: Favorites created on the website will only show up in your My Favorites list on the phone after you
choose the ”Sync with Website” option on the Favorites page within AT&T Navigator.

Manage addresses in your My Favorites and Recent lists (both of which update information on your
phone). These lists can grow to an unlimited length. You can also delete addresses you no longer
need.

Manage an independent Web address book (saved to your Web address book only, not saved to your
phone).

Update your personal information, including your home and work addresses and your email address.

Change your PIN number.
If you need to migrate your AT&T Navigator account to a different phone number, please call AT&T Navigator
Customer Care at 1-800-331-0500. For security reasons, you cannot perform this change unassisted.
Changing your PIN number
1. In an Internet browser go to the AT&T Navigator Pre-Planning website at http://www.attnav.com.
2. Enter your phone number and PIN to log in.
3. Choose the Profile tab and choose “Change PIN.”
4. Enter your current PIN number and your new PIN number.
5. Choose Save.
NOTE: You can find your current PIN number from the Main Menu on your handset by selecting Menu >> About
>> Your PIN Number.
18. Error Conditions
Account cancelled
Your AT&T Navigator account has been cancelled. Contact AT&T Customer Support at 1-800-331-0500 (or dial
611 from your handset).
Account not found
You do not have a valid AT&T Navigator account. Contact AT&T Customer Support at 1-800-331-0500 (or dial 611
from your handset).
GPS signal weak, Cannot get GPS signal, or No GPS data
Move to an area where your device has a clearer view of the sky and can still connect with your device. Please
note that some car windshields that have heat-reflective coatings may reduce the quality of the GPS signal. Your
device should announce when you have adequate GPS signal again.
Low battery
The GPS will not work if the device’s battery charge level is below about 15%. Starting with a freshly charged
standard battery, we have used AT&T Navigator for around 4 hours before it became necessary to connect the
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charging cable. If you get a low battery warning, connect a charging cable as soon as possible. In some cases, you
may need to wait a while for the battery to become sufficiently charged so the GPS receiver will work.
Network signal weak
If the carrier network signal is weak, move to an area where reception is better and try the function that requires
network access again.
AT&T Navigator encountered an error
AT&T Navigator is having technical problems with the specific request that you made. This can be due to an
address that it cannot find, or mapping data that does not allow routing from where you are to where you want to
go. In this case, try to use a nearby address.
AT&T Navigator not available
If you get an advisory message that AT&T Navigator is not available, exit the application and then re-launch it. If the
problem recurs, it may be due to a temporary server outage.
Unable to generate a route
AT&T Navigator could not generate a route between the two endpoints of the route. This may be a temporary error
if you have a weak GPS signal when establishing the origin, but may be due to errors in the map data in the area
around the destination.
Your account has expired
You do not have a valid AT&T Navigator account. Order AT&T Navigator by calling AT&T Navigator Customer
Support at 1-800-331-0500 (or dial 611 from your handset).
19. FAQs
Why do I need the carrier’s data service?
The data plan allows you to access nationwide routes, maps, and Places content from the AT&T Navigator servers
using the data communication features of your device. These services are different from your cellular airtime. To
order a data plan from AT&T, please contact their customer support directly:
AT&T: 1-800-331-0500 (select option #1)
How long after I apply for the data service until I can use my AT&T Navigator system?
With data, you should be able to start using the AT&T Navigator application right after it has been downloaded.
Why do I get the “GPS Location Settings” prompt when I first launch the application?
You need to turn on the Location settings so your GPS location can be detected, and for features such as
navigation to work within AT&T Navigator. You will get a prompt message when you first launch the application with
instructions on where to change the Location settings. You must choose “Exit” and manually change the Location
settings.
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Why do I need a PIN number?
You may need a four-digit PIN to log in to AT&T Navigator for the very first time. It is unique to your account and
identifies that your account is active.
How do I find my PIN number?
Your PIN can be found in the About menu. See Page 59 for details. You can use this PIN for pre-planning on
http://www.attnav.com.
I have recently changed phone numbers. How do I move my subscription over to my new phone number?
Contact your carrier to change the phone number.
Does AT&T Navigator use up my voice plan minutes?
AT&T Navigator uses data to provide its navigation functions. Using data does not use any of your voice minutes.
However, the Speak It feature within the AT&T Navigator application that allows you to make calls to businesses
does use voice minutes.
How do I increase or decrease the voice prompt volume and control the backlighting?
Speaker volume can be controlled with the volume buttons on the side of the device. The backlight can be
controlled from within AT&T Navigator’s Menu >> Settings >> Navigation >> Backlight menu.
How do I conserve battery life on my device?
Set the backlight to “On at Turns” in Menu >> Settings >> Navigation >> Backlight menu. This option turns the
backlight on only when a turn is approaching.
How accurate is the GPS?
GPS accuracy can range from 20m (approx. 65 ft) to 100m (approx. 328 ft). Most of the time, the GPS is accurate
to less than 50 meters (approx. 164 ft).
What are ideal conditions for GPS navigation?
Ideally, a device with a GPS receiver needs a clear view of the sky, starting from about five to ten degrees above
the horizon. Solid or massive obstructions can reduce accuracy or block GPS signals, and may cause extended
initialization time (time to first GPS fix). Common obstructions include tall buildings, covered parking lots, tunnels,
trees, and terrain features.
If you are parked in a covered parking lot or near a tall building, it is recommended that you move to an open area
and then begin to use AT&T Navigator.
Why does GPS not work near buildings and other tall objects?
Your device requires signals from GPS satellites in order to work, so it needs a clear view of the sky. Dense
materials (such as concrete, rock, steel, heavy wood), tall buildings, terrain features (like mountains, ridges, and
cliffs), and large trees can block or degrade GPS signals and may make it impossible to determine your location.
GPS satellites are not always immediately overhead and could be anywhere in the skies at any time, even low on
the horizon; however, there are enough satellites in orbit so that four or more will be view of your device if not
blocked by large objects, terrain, or dense materials.
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How do I know that my device is receiving GPS signals?
AT&T Navigator alerts you if your device is not receiving GPS signals. If this happens, move to an area where there
is a clear view of the sky so your device can receive GPS signals from space.
How can I get a route when there is no GPS?
When there is no GPS, the navigator is not able to provide turn-by-turn navigation in real time. However, you can
get a static route with a summary of turn-by-turn directions, detailed traffic information, and a map view of your
entire route. To do this, select Drive To and enter a destination. On the Trip Confirmation screen, choose the
Directions button to get a static route. Alternatively, you can do the following:
1. Choose the Route Settings box at the top of the screen for editing options.
2. In the screen that appears, tap the Origin choice and enter or select an address.
3.
When you choose Get Route >> Directions, the Navigator will show a screen with turn-by-turn
directions.
4. You can choose Route on the navigation screen to view a map summary or traffic conditions
along your route.
What happens if I’m using AT&T Navigator for driving directions and I lose the GPS signal while driving
across a bridge or through a tunnel or lose the GPS signal for some other reason?
AT&T Navigator remembers the speed at which you were driving before losing the GPS signal. AT&T Navigator
continues to give you driving directions based on an estimate of the projected distance that you may have traveled
at your last recorded rate of speed. AT&T Navigator recalculates your current position when you regain a GPS
signal and adjusts your driving directions accordingly.
How often are your maps updated?
Our maps are updated quarterly.
AT&T Navigator is freezing up on me. How do I fix this?
If AT&T Navigator is freezing, power your phone off for about 20 seconds before turning it back on. Once you’ve
done this, try launching AT&T Navigator again. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact your carrier.
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How do I reinstall the application on my phone?
You can go to the Android Marketplace in order to obtain the latest build for AT&T Navigator.
How do I delete my list of “Recent” list?
You may remove multiple addresses by logging into your AT&T Navigator account online at http://www.attnav.com.
In Recent Places, check the addresses you want to remove. You may also do this from your handset in the Recent
screen. Press-and-hold an address and choose “Delete” for an individual deletion, so simply choose the Delete All
button on the bottom of the screen.
I noticed there are stars next to some restaurants I have viewed or saved. How is popularity rated?
Popularity is calculated by the user-generated ratings, averaged by considering the scores of the ratings and the
number of users that have rated the location. A location accrues points based on how many stars it is given by
AT&T Navigator users. When a location consistently achieves above-average ratings, its popularity count
increases. Negative ratings lower the popularity count of the location.
How long are ratings kept?
Ratings expire after two years.
20. Customer Support
AT&T Customer Support
Please contact AT&T directly to purchase a data or email services plan, or for general information about your
service plan.
AT&T
1-800-331-0500 (select option #1) or dial 611 from your handset
Website
General Information: http://www.wireless.att.com/lbs
Pre-Planning: http://www.attnav.com
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TeleNav does not warrant the availability, accuracy, completeness, currentness, or reliability of the services
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Although certain information provided to you by TeleNav may be obtained or compiled from sources TeleNav
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of any information made available to you for any particular purpose. Under no circumstances, including negligence,
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Some states do not allow the exclusion of certain warranties, so some of the above exclusions may not apply to
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By using the service, you agree to indemnify TeleNav and its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, officers and
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