GNS8361
GNS8366
Car Navigation System
Owner’s Manual &
Quick Start Guide
OWNER’S MANUAL
When used correctly, the GNS8361/8366 enhances
your driving experience. The voice and map
information in the GNS8361/8366 cannot be
guaranteed accurate as road layout may change.
Always follow the posted road signs and traffic laws.
The Global Positioning System is operated and
maintained by the US Government. The US
Government is completely responsible for the
accuracy of the Global Positioning System.
Do not mount the GNS8361/8366 in a position which
may obstruct the driver's view or prevent the safe
operation of the vehicle.
The US Government reserves the right to make
changes to the Global Positioning System in
accordance with the Department of Defence civil GPS
user policy and the Federal Radio navigation plan.
These changes along with poor satellite geometry
could cause inaccurate readings.
Do not mount the GNS8361/8366 in a position within
an air bag field of deployment.
GPS signal reception can be affected by the location of
satellites, tall buildings, tunnels, bridges, etc. If the
GNS8361/8366 is not receiving a signal, you will need
to change your location until a signal is received.
WARNINGS
WARNINGS & NOTIFICATIONS
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QUICKSTART GUIDE
Quick Start
Guide
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StartHere
Software CD
Carrying Case
1 BOX CONTENTS
Stylus-Pen
+12V to +24V Cigarette
Lighter Power Cord
SD Memory Card
Optional Accessories
Please contact your place of purchase if any of the
following items are missing.
AC Power Adaptor
Box Contents
Main Unit
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This Owners Manual
Suction-Cup Mount
SD Card Reader
External GPS Antenna
Please consider the following when choosing a mount
location:
! Choose a location where the fixed antenna,
when extended horizontally will have a clear
view of the sky.
! Do not mount within any Airbag deployment
areas.
! Do not mount where the driver's view will be
obstructed or where safe operation of the vehicle
may be obstructed.
Ensure the mount location;
! Allows room to raise the GPS antenna
horizontally.
! Allows for the GNS8361/8366 to be slotted in
and out of the mount stand.
! Allows for the tilt angle to avoid reflected
sunlight.
QUICKSTART GUIDE
2 INSTALLATION
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QUICKSTART GUIDE
3 MOUNTING
Glass Mount Bracket
1. Make sure the glass area you wish to attach the Glass Mount Bracket to is
clean.
2. Double check that the final location does not impede the safe operation
of the vehicle.
3. Loosen the turn screws. Hold the Glass Mount Bracket up to the intended
position and adjust the angle between the suction mount and bracket
arm. Tighten the turn screws. With the release lever loose firmly press
the suction cup against the windscreen, push the release lever to secure
suction. (fig 1).
Attach main unit
Secure unit to bracket. (fig 2).
1. Flip up the antenna located at the rear of the main unit.
2. Sit the main unit on the two locating pegs at the bottom of the
mounting bracket.
3. Squeeze together the two grey release buttons on the mounting
bracket and rock the main unit back onto the bracket.
4. Release the two grey buttons and check the unit is secure.
Turn
screws
Secure
Press
Fig 1: Line up glass mount to
windscreen
Antenna
Secure
Release
buttons
Connect Power
1. Insert DC plug of Cigarette Lighter Lead into the DC Power
socket of your GNS8361/8366 and connect the other end to the
+12V - 24V cigarette lighter socket.
Ensure the cord does not interfere with safe
vehicle operation
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Locating Pegs
Fig 2: Secure unit to bracket
QUICKSTART GUIDE
4 POWER ON SCREEN
Turn the ignition on and GNS8361/8366 will power on.
The GNS8361/8366 is On when the buttons left and right of the screen are lit
with a blue LED backlight.
Press the POWER button at the left side of the GNS8361/8366 momentarily to
turn power On or Off.
The screen may be turned on or off by pressing
(GNS8361 model only).
When the GNS8361/8366 powers on for the first time you will be prompted to
view A Brief Tour. Please take the opportunity to view the brief tour as this
feature will not appear again whether you choose to view the brief tour or not.
This Quick Start Guide is now complete.
THIS OWNER'S MANUAL
The remainder of this OM describes the
GNS8361/8366 operating functions and other (non
navigation) applications which can be performed.
NAVIGATION MANUAL
The GNS8361/8366 Navigation software is loaded
onto the supplied SD card. A separate manual is
supplied with instructions to use the GNS8361/8366
Navigation software.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Contents..................................................................................................................1
Features...................................................................................................................1
Controls & Views.......................................................................................................2
Using the Touchscreen.............................................................................................3
Care & Maintenance.................................................................................................3
Operation Flow Chart...............................................................................................4
Main Menu............................................................................................................4
Playing Music Files....................................................................................5
Playing Movie Files....................................................................................6
Viewing Pictures........................................................................................7
Game........................................................................................................8
Settings.....................................................................................................9
Built-In Battery Specification....................................................................11
Bluetooth (GNS8366 Model Only).............................................................12
Future Software Improvements.............................................................................18
CD Contents..............................................................................................18
Troubleshooting.....................................................................................................19
Warranty................................................................................................................20
FEATURES
Car Navigation
! Navigate to pre-programmed State/City locations
! Navigate to street address
! Navigate to over 500,000 pre-installed points of interest (POI)
! Mark often used destinations as My POI
! Dynamic voice and visual guidance: Constant route verification and
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re-calculation with turn by turn instructions
Road Map
Speed and Safety Warning System
! Receive audio and visual warnings when you approach:
Fixed Speed camera
Red Light camera
Moving speed alerts
Other Great Features
! 3.5 inch High Definition Non reflective LCD Screen
! Touchscreen
! Intuitive technology
! Built in GPS antenna
! 400MHz processor SIRF III GPS
! Bluetooth capability for hands-free Mobile phone use
(GNS8366 model only)
Updateable Software* for;
Operation
Map data
* Yearly map updates are licensed from a third party and a license fee is
required for future map updates. For the latest update information please
visit the webpage for your GNS model at www.uniden.com.au (Australian
model) or www.uniden.co.nz (New Zealand model).
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CONTROLS & VIEWS
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OPERATION
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WE
PO
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LEFT SIDE
FRONT
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BACK
RIGHT SIDE
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Main Menu Button
Screen On/Off Button
(Bluetooth Button - for GNS8366 model only)
Map Zoom In/Out
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Stereo Speaker
Mount Holder Bracket
GPS Antenna
Secure Digital Card Slot
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Audio-Out Jack
GPS Antenna
Power On/Off Button
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Volume Control
Power-Supply Jack
Stylus Pen
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
OPERATION
USING THE TOUCHSCREEN
The GNS8361/8366 is designed to respond to touchscreen input. Momentarily
touch the screen with the tip of your finger when making a selection (fig 3).
Avoid applying excessive pressure to the screen or holding a finger for more
than a moment (fig 4).
Please take the following steps to ensure your GNS8361/8366 is looked
after.
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Always transport and store the GNS8361/8366 using the carry case.
You may also use the stylus pen which is located at the top right of the unit to
touch the screen (fig 5).
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Do not use sharp objects which may scratch or
damage the screen.
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Keep the GNS8361/8366 free from dust by regularly cleaning the
screen with an LCD cleaner.
Fig 3
Fig 5
Take measures to reduce the risk of theft by covering the unit or remove
the unit from your dash when not in use.
!
Do not leave unattended in direct
sunlight for extended periods.
!
Avoid any moisture contact.
Fig 4
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The Main Menu facility gives you access to additional application modes.
Press M to access the Main Menu screen.
Multitasking two applications in the Main Menu is available
for the GNS8361 model only.
Multitasking is disabled for the GNS8366 to accommodate the
Bluetooth facility. To access the Main Menu when running the
Navigation software press M to go to the Navigation main
screen and then close and exit the Navigation software.
Using SD Cards
· The supplied SD memory card has the map file stored with room for
additional files. If the supplied SD memory card is short of capacity for new
files do not delete the map file to increase capacity. Purchase another SD
card then you can save more files. If the map file is deleted, the navigation
function will not perform properly.
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MODE
MAIN MENU
Total number of files on SD card: Up to 9999 files for each application can
be read. Note that performance may decrease if more than 200 files are
read.
Running more than one mode (GNS8361 model only)
To perform multitasking (for example, navigation plus audio playback).
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Select an application in the main menu (Navi, Music…) to get on.
2
Press M to come back on main menu. The available applications
will have coloured icons, those which are not available are in grey color.
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Select an available application: applications are working simultaneously.
Turning the screen off temporarily (GNS8361 model only)
This function is used to turn the LCD screen off temporarily without ending the
current program.
1 Press briefly; The LCD is turned off to prevent dazzle at night or to save
power. The current program continues to be executed even though nothing
appears on the screen, voice alerts and instructions are still heard. Press
again to display the screen.
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MODE
PLAYING MUSIC FILES
The GNS8361/8366 will play MP3 and wav music files (converted for
Windows Mobile(WIN CE)) saved onto the SD memory card. If the
Mode
supplied SD memory card is short of capacity do not delete the
map file to
increase capacity. Purchase another SD card then you can save more files.
Repeat
The Music Screen with the last file played is displayed. If there is no SD
memory card installed, a sample file is played. Touch the End Button
to end Music and return to the main menu.
Previous/Next Music File
If you press the main menu key, the music continues and you can choose
other available applications.
Zoom -/+:
Select the next music file while the last music file is being played or select the
previous music file while the first music file is being played.
Current Playing Time/
Total Playing Time
Current Status
Play/Pause/Stop
Repeat
Activated
End
Previous Music
Current Music: If the name of the music
file being played does not appear completely
in one line, the file name flows from right to left.
Next Music
Repeat
Playlist
Mute
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Repeat All --> Play All --> Repeat 1 Track --> Repeat All ...
Touch
to select the desired option
When a movie file (avi file converted for Windows Mobile (WIN CE)) exists in the
SD memory card that is inserted into the device, it automatically searches and
shows both the file list and the movie start screen.
MODE
PLAYING MOVIE FILES
If the supplied SD memory card is short of capacity do not delete the map file to
increase capacity. Purchase another SD card then you can save more files.
Full screen is optimized to the movie size of 340 X 240.
Control Bar/Button
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MODE
VIEWING PICTURES
To view an image file, the bmp, jpeg, gif or png file must be saved in a SD
memory card. If the supplied SD memory card is short of capacity do not
delete the map file to increase capacity. Purchase another SD card then
you can save more files.
Enlarge/Reduce
For optimal performance view only images up to 1MB in size.
Slide Show
Arrow-shaped buttons (left, right, up and down) appear, enabling an image to
be enlarged/reduced.
Images are displayed at three second intervals. Slide show occurs in full screen.
If the screen is pressed during a slide show, the current image is displayed in
the previous mode
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GAME
This is a simple pairs game where you pair 2 cards with the same picture from among 32
different picture cards.
MODE
PAIRS GAME
Once you start the game, the preview mode will display all the cards for 5 seconds before
starting actual game. The initial card selected will be reversed and the game time will begin.
Once your game time is over, you can start new game by pressing the "New Game" button.
Score
. Each single failure of a card pairing will deduct 10 points from your score.
. Each single success of a card pairing will add 100 points to your score.
Once your game time is over, the below screen will be pop-up. You can start new game by
pressing "Play again" button.
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SETTINGS
MODE
Environment Settings
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Settings are applied immediately. The screen setting tabs appear. When
accessing the screen setting tab, the last setting status appears. If a screen
with changes is exited without touching the ‘Save’ button, the change is
canceled.
MODE
Setting Options
Calibrate
(Screen)
Opening
Screen
Setting
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MODE
BUILT IN BATTERY SPECIFICATION
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BLUETOOTH (GNS8366 Model Only)
Ensure that Bluetooth is active and discoverable on your phone and tap the
Hands Free button to set up your phone with the GNS8366
GNS8366
MODE
The GNS8366 includes Bluetooth® connectivity. With its integrated microphone, the
GNS8366 allows you to answer and make calls from the touch screen.
Pressing the Bluetooth button on the front of the GNS8366 launches the Bluetooth
system.
Settings
Tapping the Settings button opens the Settings Screen.
GNS8366 to be
GNS8366
GNS8366 device
If you choose Add Device, you may have to set your phone to allow devices to find it.
Pairing your Phone with the GNS8366 as a Hands Free Device
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MODE
Using GNS8366 to Connect to Your Phone
Tapping Add Device will cause the GNS8366 to search for available Bluetooth devices.
Tap Touch pad to open the on-screen key board and enter your PIN code. The default
pin code is 0000. Tap OK to record your entry.
NOTE: During this process, please watch your phone screen for any additional
response that the phone may require.
The GNS8366 will pair with your phone. You may need to enter the PIN code or
perform other functions on your phone to complete the pairing. Please watch your
phone screen during this process.
Select your phone from the list and tap Connect to connect the GNS8366 to your phone.
When connection is successful, you will be prompted to enter your PIN code.
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Tapping Find Me will cause the GNS8366 to
enter "discoverable mode," allowing other
Bluetooth devices to connect to it.
Pairing your Phone with the GNS8366 as a Headset
You may pair your phone with the GNS8366 as a headset by tapping the Headset
button from the Main Menu. This method of connecting the GNS8366 to your phone is
useful only if there has been difficulty connecting the GNS8366 as a hands free device.
When you pair the GNS8366 and your phone this way, the GNS8366 allows you to
answer calls only. You cannot initiate calls using the GNS8366 in headset mode.
MODE
Using your Phone to Connect to GNS8366
You can now use your device to pair with the GNS8366. Once you enter the PIN number
on your phone, the GNS8366 will ask that you verify the PIN.
Tap Touch pad to open the on-screen key board and enter your PIN code. The default
pin code is 000. Tap OK to record your entry.
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MODE
Managing Bluetooth Devices
Making a Bluetooth Call
You may have multiple phones set up for connection with your GNS8366.
You can add and remove phones from your list and disconnect and connect to different
phones using the List Screen. If you have phones already paired to the GNS8366, but
have none of them currently connected, the following screen appears when you select
Hands Free from the Main Menu.
Select the Hands Free button from the Bluetooth menu to place a call using a
currently connected device.
GNS8366 in
Device List Screen
Touch Call-Tapping Touch Call opens the keypad
This screen allows you to connect to a device, add devices, and remove devices.
Tap the keys for the number you wish to call and then tap Call to initiate the call.
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Favorites
Enter the name of the Favorite and tap OK.
MODE
Tapping Favorites accesses a list of your previously stored favorite numbers
Enter the number of the Favorite and tap OK.
Adding Favorites
If you have no Favorites on the Favorites list, the following screen is displayed.
Tap Yes to display the touch pad to add a Favorite. You can also add a favorite number
by selecting
Add Favor. from the Favorites list screen.
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History
MODE
Tapping History accesses a list of your previously called or received numbers.
Voice Call
Tapping Voice Call allows you to make a call by speaking the name of a previously
recorded voice call number on your phone.
NOTE: Voice calling must be set up on your phone to use this feature.
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The supplied SD memory card can be connected, with use of an SD card reader
(not supplied) to a PC for updating the navigation software or uploading media
files.
MODE
FUTURE SOFTWARE IMPROVEMENTS
The supplied CD disc contains a PDF copy of this owner's manual, the
GNS8361/8366 Navigation manual and a back up copy of the GNS8361/8366
Navigation software.
CD Contents:
1. User Guide
GNS8361/8366 Owner's Manual PDF
GNS8361/8366 Navigation manual PDF
2. GNS8361/8366 Navigation Program (MobileNavigator)
3. End User Licence Agreement
Minimum PC Requirements
Windows 98/ME/XP/Vista
From time to time the operation software may be updated. Please visit our
website for information on map releases and operation software updates.
For Australian model: www.uniden.com.au
For New Zealand model: www.uniden.co.nz
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
No Display
SOLUTION
Make sure power supply is +12V
or +24V
! Check power connection.
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Touchscreen not responding
!
!
!
No Sound
Searching For Satellites' still
showing.
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If touchscreen not responding
while driving then Safe Mode is
on (see page 43).
Turn off power. Wait a moment
and turn back on.
Clean LCD with LCD cleaner.
Make sure you are only
momentarily touching screen.
!
Check volume.
!
Make sure GPS antenna is
raised to a horizontal position.
Make sure the unit has a clear
view of the sky.
!
PROBLEM
The unit powers on but does not
boot up.
SOLUTION
!
!
Check the power connection.
If unit has been exposed to hot
temperatures for long periods
turn off for a few minutes to
cool down.
UNIDEN GNS8361 and GNS8366 CAR NAVIGATION
Limited One Year Warranty
Please keep your sales docket as it provides evidence of
warranty.
Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for
warranty service.
Warrantor: Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Warranty is only valid in the original country of purchase.
ELEMENT OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants to the original
retail owner for the duration of this warranty, its GNS8361 and
GNS8366 (herein after referred to as the Product), to be free
from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the
limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original retail
owner only, shall terminate and be of no further effect ONE (1)
year after the date of original retail sale. This warranty will be
deemed invalid if the product is;
(A) Damaged or not maintained as reasonable and
necessary,
(B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits,
subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden,
(C) Improperly installed,
(D) Repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden
Repair Agent for a defect or malfunction covered by this
warranty,
(E) Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as
part of a system not manufactured by Uniden, or
(F) Where the Serial Number label of the product has been
removed or damaged beyond recognition.
Warranty only valid in the country of original retail/sale.
PARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for one (1) year, the
Product and included accessories.
WARRANTY
WARRANTY
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the Product does
not conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is in
effect, the warrantor at its discretion, will repair the defect or
replace the Product and return it to you without charge for parts
or service. This warranty does not provide for reimbursement or
payment of incidental or consequential damages.
This EXPRESS WARRANTY is in addition to and does not in
any way affect your rights under the TRADE PRACTICES ACT
1974 (Cth) (Australia) or the CONSUMER GUARANTEES ACT
(New Zealand).
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OR
WARRANTY: In the event that the product does not conform to
this warranty, the Product should be shipped or delivered,
freight pre-paid, with evidence of original purchase (e.g. a copy
of the sales docket), to the warrantor at:
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY
LIMITED
Service Division
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Fax (02) 9599 3278
www.uniden.com.au
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND
LIMITED
Service Division
150 Harris Road,
East Tamaki, Auckland
Fax (09) 274 4253
www.uniden.co.nz
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THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT.
© 2008 Uniden Australia Pty Limited. Uniden New Zealand Ltd. Printed in China
Navigation Manual for
GNS 8361 and GNS 8366
Car Navigation System
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Warnings and Notifications
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Basic Functions
Starting the Navigation System
Ending the Navigation System
Viewing a Brief Tour
Basic Screen
Main Menu Bar
FIND
Address
Intersection
POI(POI)
MY POI
Adding MY POI
Recent Destination
Coordinates
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ROUTE
When no destination is not specified (Edit Route)
When a destination is specified
Driving Simulation Window
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MENU
Manage Track Logs
Manage Safeties
Registering the Safety Information
Manage Avoidance
Registering Avoidance Points
TRIP Computer
GPS Information
About
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SETTINGS
Route Settings
UI Settings
Safety Settings
Map Settings
Volume Settings
Initialise
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Warnings and Notifications
Before using the Navigation software please read carefully the owner’s manual for the correct installation of the GNS8361/
GNS8366 car navigation unit.
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Do not attempt to change the Navigation settings while driving.
Park the vehicle at a safe place before making changes to the Navigation settings.
For your safety the Safe Mode setting (page 43) is default ON which prevents changes from the touchscreen while the car is moving.
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Road layouts change and the voice guidance and the route on the map may differ from the actual road layout.
Drive safely, observing actual road layout and traffic signals.
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If the Navigation software guides you to a place where it is difficult to travel because of poor road conditions,
use another road to travel safely. The Navigation software will automatically recalculate the route if a different road is followed.
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The Navigation software displays the moving speed as a navigation reference only. Always refer to the car’s speedometer for final guidance.
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Basic Functions
Starting the Navigation Software
When you turn on the GNS8361/GNS8366 the Navigation Software
starts and the CAUTION screen appears with the start sound.
Ending the Navigation Software
To exit the navigation system:
Touch [Main] from the basic screen,
and then touch [MENU], then [EXIT], then [OK] in turn.
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Viewing A Brief Tour
When the navigation software initially starts, “Would you like a brief tour?” appears. Touch [Yes] to start the tour. Touch [Next] to
show the next display.
The brief tour guides you through the basic menu structure and usage for the navigation software which are also covered in this
navigation manual. To end the brief tour, touch [End].
The displays for the brief tour are as follows:
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When the brief tour finishes, touch [End]. The Caution screen then displays. Please
take the time to read and understand the caution fully, then touch [I Agree].
Note : The [Brief Tour] is seen only when the navigation software starts initially. After that time, only the Caution screen is
displayed for future start up. The Caution must be accepted by touching [I Agree] to enter into the navigation software.
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Basic Screen
Note:
For the initial power up it may take up to 15 minutes to secure
satellite information. When satellite data has been retrieved
‘Searching for Satellites’ will disappear.
The basic screen indicators and icons are described below and on
the next page.
Main
Current Speed
Drive Info.
Scale
Date/Time
Name
Function
Current speed
Displays the speed of the car.
This icon has no touch screen function.
Drive Info.
Displays information on the current road and location. This icon has no touch screen function.
Scale Bar
Displays the scale of the current map level view. This icon has no touch screen function.
Date/Time
Displays the current time and toggles between weekday and day of the month.
Touch to display the Trip Computer screen.
Main
Touch to display or hide the main menu bar at the bottom of the screen and the side bar icons.
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Basic Screen (Continued)
Touch anywhere on the map to show the side bar
icons ([Main] icon will change to [ ]).
Touch the screen icon to action the
functions described below.
Compas
Level
Control
Map’s Angle
Adjustment
Day/Night
Mode
Name
Function
Compass
The red point indicates North. Touch to change the map between NorthUp view and Heading-Up view.
Level Control
Touch to scale the map screen level (size).
Map’s Angle Adjustment Touch to adjust the angle of the 3D map view.
Day/Night Mode
Selects Day/Night mode.
Touch to go back to [Main] icon.
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Software Software
Main Menu Bar
Use the main menu bar to select the navigation feature or
setting you require.
Touch [Main] in the Basic screen to reveal the main menu bar
at the bottom of the screen.
Touch the name to action the functions described below.
Name
Function
Name
Function
Main
Display or hide the main menu bar and side
bar icons.
MENU
Displays the Menu screen.
MAP
Sets the centre of the map screen as the route FIND
point and reveals the map menu bar to register
the position.
Displays the Find screen to find a route (address, intersection, recent destination, etc.).
MARK
Registers the centre of the map screen (also
ROUTE
the current location of the vehicle) as a marked
point and displays the My POI Addition screen
to manage the new marked point.
If a destination is specified, displays the Route
Search screen.
If there is no destination, displays the Edit route
screen.
POI
Is activated only when a route is specified.
Displays surrounding POI such as petrol stations and parking lots along the route.
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FIND
Use Find to locate a place or destination and plan a route. Touch [Main] on the Basic screen then touch [FIND] in the main menu
bar.
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- [Home], [Work], [1~4]: These quick access destinations are saved through the My POI feature (page 21). Touch to start the route guidance from the current location to my Home, my Work or the frequently visited 1~4.
- [ ]: Touch to return to the previous screen.
- [ ]: Touch to return to the Basic screen.
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Address
Find an address as follows:
1. Touch [Address] on the Find screen.
2. Enter a city name and then touch [Done]. The number of search results is
displayed on the top of the screen.
Note:
- [KEYS]: Toggles the key layout between alpha, qwerty and numbers.
- [CITY SEARCH]: Touch to skip city search and search address. Address
search will then include addresses from all cities.
When only few results exist, the search results are displayed automatically
even though the name entered is not complete.
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4. Enter a desired street name. When only a few results exist, the search results
are displayed automatically even though the name entered is not complete.
Note:
[CITY CENTRE]: Display the urban centre on the map window.
5. Select a desired street on the Address Result Street screen.
If you cannot find the street you want, touch [ ] to go back to the
previous displays and enter the city name or street name again.
6. The house number range is displayed at the top of the Address HN screen.
Enter the house number and then touch [GO].
Note :
[STREET CENTRE]: Display the street center on the map screen.
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7. The address location is shown on the map screen.
Touch [GO] to begin route guidance from your current location.
Or, you can set the location as the starting point or as a via, destination, mark or
avoidance, by using the menu bar at the bottom of the map screen.
Note :
- [START]: Set the searched address as a start point.
- [VIA]: Set the searched address as a via-point.
- [DEST]: Set the searched address as a destination.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance with searched address as the destination.
- [MARK]: Register the searched point as a frequently visiting place or as safety information.
- [AVOID]: Set as Avoidance.
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Intersection
Find the intersection of two streets as follows:
1. Touch [Intersection] on the Find window.
2. Enter a city name and then touch [Done]. When only a few results exist,
the search results are displayed automatically even though the name entered is not
complete.
3. Touch the desired city listed on the Intersection Result City screen.
If you cannot find the city you want, touch [ ] and then enter the city name
again.
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4. Enter a desired street name. When only few results exist, the search results are
displayed automatically even though the name entered is not complete.
Note :
[CITY CENTRE]: Display the urban centre on the map window.
5. Touch the desired street listed on the Intersection Result Street screen.
If you cannot find the street you want, touch [ ]
and then enter the street name again.
6. Touch the intersection your want from the listed streets.
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7. The intersection location is shown on the map screen.
Touch [GO] to begin route guidance from your current location.
Or, you can set the location as the starting point or as a via, destination, mark or
avoidance, by using the menu bar at the bottom of the map screen.
Note :
- [START]: Set the searched intersection as a start point.
- [VIA]: Set the searched intersection as a via-point.
- [DEST]: Set the searched intersection as a destination.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance with searched intersection as the destination.
- [MARK]: Register the searched intersection as a frequently visiting place or as safety information.
- [AVOID]: Set as Avoidance.
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POI (Point of Interest)
Find a POI as follows:
1. Touch [POI] on the Find screen.
2. Select a category and/or sub-category and search a POI destination then touch
[GO].
Note :
- [MAP]: Display the searched POI on the map screen.
- [INFO]: Check information on address and phone number for the searched POI.
- [NAME]: Find POI with a name search.
- [ADDRESS]: Find POI with an address search.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance with searched POI as the destination.
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3. If you touch [MAP] to view the POI location on the map screen you can then set it
as the starting point, via, destination, mark or avoidance by using the menu bar at
the bottom of the screen.
Note :
- [START]: Set the searched POI as a start point.
- [VIA]: Set the searched POI as a via-point.
- [DEST]: Set the searched POI as a destination.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance with searched POI as the destination.
- [MARK]: Register the searched POI as a frequently visiting place or as safety
information.
- [AVOID]: Set as an Avoidance location to be avoided during a route.
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MY POI
Find a destination from MY POI as follows:
You can check and manage all points that you have saved as MY POI.
1. Touch [MY POI] on the Find screen.
2. Manage the MY POI information or start a route to selected MY POI.
Home, Work, POI 1, POI 2, POI 3 and POI 4 are fixed name MY POI which
cannot be modified but can be stored over or deleted and stored again. All other
My POIs can be modified.
Note :
- [Home]: Start the route guidance from the current position to your Home.
- [Work]: Start the route guidance from the current position to your Work.
- [1~4]: Start the route guidance to the points saved as frequently-visited MY POI.
- [MAP]: Display a searched MY POI on the map screen.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance with the selected MY POI as the destination.
- [MODIFY]: Edit MY POI.
- [DELETE]: Delete MY POI.
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Adding MY POI
Frequently visited places can be saved as a MY POI. You can then set a destination easily from the MY POI list.
To add a MY POI, search a location first or select a location after moving on the Map screen. Then touch [Main].
1. Touch [Mark] on the Main menu bar.
2. Touch [Group].
3. Select a group to be added to MY POI and then touch [OK].
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4. Select an icon to be assigned to the new MY POI and touch [SAVE].
5. The registration of the new MY POI is completed.
Note:
The POIs registered to HOME, WORK, POI 1, POI 2, POI 3 and POI 4 can be selected at the bottom of the Find screen.
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Recent Destination
Find a recent destination to set as a route as follows:
1. Touch [Recent Destination] on the Find screen.
2. Select a recent destination and then start the route to this destination.
Note :
- [MAP]: Display a recent destination on the map screen.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance to the selected recent destination.
- [DELETE]: Delete the recent destination.
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Coordinates
Find a destination with coordinates as follows:
1. Touch [Coordinates] on the Find screen.
2. Enter the coordinates for latitude and longitude and then touch [GO].
Note :
- [Longitude]: Select longitude
- [Latitude]: Select latitude
- [MAP]: Display the coordinates position on the map screen.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance to the entered coordinates.
- [DELETE]: Delete the entered coordinate data one character at a time.
- [CLEAR]: Delete all coordinates entered.
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ROUTE
The Route and route guidance is the primary feature of the navigation software. Touch [Main] and then [Route] on the basic
screen, and a route screen will display. The route screen displayed depends on whether or not a destination is currently set.
No Destination Setting
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When no destination is specified (Edit Route)
When no destination is specified, the route can be created as follows:
1. Touch the first [ADD] on the Edit Route screen.
2. Specify your route (start point, via points and destination point)
3. If the route setting is completed, select the [GO] button to start the route guidance.
Note :
- [GO]: Start the route guidance according to the specified route.
- [MULTIPLE]: Specify the route search options differently for each section of
[Start Point - Via Point] and [Via Point - Destination].
- [OPTIMIZE]: Optimize the specified route.
- [UP]: Move a via-point to the previous stage.
- [DONE]: Move a via-point to the next stage.
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When a destination is specified
When a destination is specified, the configuration of the route search screen is as follows:
1. Check the overall route through a mini map.
Note :
- Quickest: Search the quickest route and display its distance and estimated time.
- Shortest: Search the shortest route and display its distance and estimated time.
- Easiest: Search the easiest route and display its distance and estimated time.
- [GO]: Start the route guidance according to the specified route.
- [DELETE]: Delete all routes specified.
- [DEMO]: Start a simulation of the specified route guidance.
- [EDIT]: Edit a route.
- [DETOUR]: Avoid a turn or road.
- [CLOSE]: Close the route search screen and display a map screen.
2. To avoid a turn or road, touch [DETOUR].
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3. For a guidance point you want to avoid, touch [Next Turn].
If you select a guidance point to be avoided and then touch [DETOUR], the
route is re-searched, excluding the corresponding point.
4. Touch [Road] to select major roads to be avoided.
If you select a road be avoided and then press [DETOUR], the route is
re-searched, excluding the corresponding road.
5. When the route setting is completed, touch [GO] to start the route guidance.
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Driving Simulation Screen
If you set a destination and then touch [DEMO] on
the Route Search screen, you can check the
intended route with a simulation.
The configuration for the Simulation screen is
as follows:
Touch the icon to action the function described below.
Simulation
Speed
Simulation
Controller
Display or Hide the Simulation Controls.
Pause or restart the simulation.
Displays the simulation progress status.
Touch along the status bar to skip to that
progress point.
Continuous repeat or repeat once.
Increase or reduce the simulation speed.
(50km/h steps)
End and exit the simulation.
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MENU
Touch [Main] then [Menu] on the basic screen to display the [Menu] screen.
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Manage Track Logs
Record and manage track logs with this feature. A track log is a recording of your
travel (and does not need to be within a programed route). To start recording a
Track Log:
1. Touch [Manage Track Logs] on the Menu screen.
2. Touch [Record] on the Manage Track Logs screen. Track log is enabled and
“Recording Track Log...” will show in the basic screen.
3. To end Recording Track Log from the basic screen touch [Stop]. You can then
enter a name for the saved Track Log.
4. Track Logs in the Track logs will be stored on the SD card and can be managed
from the Manage Track Logs screen.
Note:
- [RECORD]: Enable (start) track log.
- [DELETE]: Delete the selected track log.
- [MAP]: Check the selected track log information on the map screen.
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Manage Safeties
Safeties are locations which are registered as My POI, then saved as a Safety
information and managed with this feature. The additional safety information can
be registered as speed camera, black spot, school zone, red light camera or railroad
crossing location (see Registering Safety Information next page).
1. Touch [Manage Safeties] on the Menu screen.
2. Check the registered safety information on the Manage Safeties screen.
Note:
- [MODIFY]: Modify/edit the registered safety information.
- [DELETE]: Delete the registered safety information.
- [MAP]: Check the location of the point where the safety information was registered
on the Map screen.
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Registering Safety Information
To register the safety information, search for a point or select a point after moving to the location on the Map screen. Then touch
[Main].
Search for a location or point on the Map screen or if it is safe to do so move to
the location you wish to register as a safety point.
1. Touch the point on the Map screen you wish to register or to register your current
location touch [Map] on the Main menu bar.
2. Touch [Mark]
3. Touch [Safety] on the My POI Addition screen.
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4. Touch the safety information for the desired point and then touch [Add].
5. Touch [OK] to confirm and register the safety information.
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Manage Avoidance
Locations or points which have been saved as an Avoidance are managed here.
1. Touch [Manage Avoidance] on the Menu screen.
2. Check and manage the saved avoidance points on the Manage Avoidance screen.
Note:
- [ADD]: Add avoidance points.
- [DELETE]: Delete the registered avoidance points.
- [MAP]: Check the location of the currently selected avoidance point on the Map screen.
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Registering Avoidance Locations
Locations or points can be saved as an avoidance to be excluded when searching
a route.
To register an avoidance, select a location or point on the Map screen first.
1. Touch the location to be added as an avoidance on the Map screen.
2. Touch [AVOID].
3. The avoidance point is saved.
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TRIP Computer
The Trip Computer screen displays the running counters for the average speed, maximum
speed, traveling distance, and traveling time.
1. Touch [TRIP Computer] on the Menu screen.
Or, touch [Time/Date] on the Basic screen.
2. Check the necessary information on the TRIP Computer screen.
Note:
- [Accumulated]: Check the accumulated trip information.
- [Recent]: Check the information on the recent trip.
- [Today]: Check today’s trip information.
- [Reset]: Delete all trip information stored.
- Show this page after automatically travel: Display the trip information
automatically after traveling.
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GPS Information
The GPS Information screen displays the status of the GPS signal and information
on the location of the car.
1. Touch [GPS information] on the Menu screen.
2. Check the necessary information on the GPS Information screen.
Note :
- S: Displays latitude coordinates.
- E: Displays longitude coordinates.
- HDOP: Displays the horizontal dilution of precision.
- Altitude: Display the current altitude.
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About
To view manufacturer information, version and license.
1. Touch [About] on the Menu screen.
2. Confirm the necessary information on the [About] screen.
Note:
- [ABOUT]: Display information on the manufacturer.
- [VERSION]: Display information on the navigation program version.
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SETTINGS
Environment settings can be adjusted to suit your requirements.
Touch [Main] then [Menu] then [Setting] from the basic screen to move to the Settings screen.
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Route Settings
The Route Settings allow you to adjust the settings which determine the calculation for a
route.
1. Touch [Route Setting] on the Setting screen.
2. Route Method: Touch [ ] or [ ] to set the route method between Quickest, Shortest
and Easiest.
Note :
- Include toll road route: Include toll roads in the route search method.
- Include U-turn: Include U-turns in the route search method.
- Include Ferry: Include ferry routes in the route search method.
- Include Motorways: Include motorway routes in the route search method.
- Include Unpaved: Include unpaved roads in the route search method.
- Include Avoidance: Include the Avoidance points that you have saved in
the route search method.
3. Touch [Road Speed Settings] to set the average road speeds used to calculate
expected arrival time.
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UI Settings
The UI Settings allows for customization of the UI (User Interface).
1. Touch [UI Settings] on the Setting screen.
2. Specify UI setting options.
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Guidance Mode-Auto
Guidance Mode-Text
Guidance Mode-Split
3. To change the icon of the car displayed on the map window,
touch [Change Car].
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Note :
- [Language]: Select your language (English/Korean).
- [Guidance Mode]: Select the guidance mode for the map window (Auto/Split/Text).
- [Side Bar]: Select the location of the side bar (Left Side/Right Side/Hide).
- [Change Car]: Change the icon of the car to be displayed on the map window.
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Safety Settings
Safety Settings allows for customization of the safety options.
1. Touch [Safety Setting] on the Settings screen.
2. Safety Mode: Touch [ ] or [ ] to set Safety Mode On or Off. When set On the
touchscreen is disabled while the car is in motion.
Speed Warning: Touch [ ] or [ ] to set the speed warning tolerance when
approaching
Speed Cameras. The tolerance level can be set in +/- 5km/h increments.
Note :
- Include Speed Camera: Show information on speed cameras.
- Include Black Spot: Show information on black spots for motorways.
- Include Railroad Crossing: Show information on railway crossings.
- Include Red light Camera: Show information on red light cameras.
- Include School Zone: Show the information on school zones.
- Include User Safety: Show the user safety information.
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Map Settings
This menu is the function to set the map window options suitable for user’s taste.
The Map Settings allows for customization of the map screen.
1. Touch [Map Setting] on the Settings screen.
2. Map Colour: Touch [ ] or [ ] to set the Map Colour between Warm and Cool.
Note :
- Include POI Icon: Display POI icons on the map screen.
- Include Street Name: Display road names on the map screen.
- Include Brand Icon: Display brand icons on the map screen.
- Include POI Name: Display POI names on the map screen.
- Include Traffic Light: Display traffic lights on the map screen.
- Include Bread Crumb: Display bread crumb trails on the map screen.
3. Touch [Auto Zoom Settings] to set the Auto Zoom Settings function.
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Sound Settings
The menu is the function to adjust the volume suitable for user’s taste.
Customize the sound settings.
1. Touch [Sound Settings] on the Settings screen.
2. Select the options for the volume control.
Note :
- Attention Tone : Select to enable attention tone.
- Key Sound: Select to enable key sound.
- [TEST] : Preview the specified volume through the speaker.
- [ON/OFF] : Turn the Volume function On/Off.
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Initialise
Initialize all settings back to the factory default status as follows.
1. Touch [Initialise] on the Settings window.
2. Touch [OK] to initialize all settings.
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© 2008
Uniden Australia Pty Limited
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Printed in China
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