NavTraceOne
User manual
Manual Version 1.8
Software Version 1.1.2
Hardware Version 2
Table of Contents
Foreword.......................................................................4
Legal Notice...................................................................5
Basic device functionality.....................................................6
1 Description of buttons and connectors.....................................6
2 Operating the menu by using the keyboard..................................6
3 Voice Control.............................................................7
Global – always active commands...........................................7
Idle – device mode selection..............................................7
Menu Navigate.............................................................8
Address search............................................................8
Point of Interest selection...............................................8
After route calculation...................................................8
Navigation................................................................8
Menu Look Around..........................................................9
Look Around by Address....................................................9
Look Around by Points of Interest.........................................9
Favourite points..........................................................9
Previous points...........................................................9
Browsing the calculated route.............................................9
Working with files.......................................................10
Audio Player / Book Reader...............................................10
Dictaphone / Voice Recorder..............................................10
Alarm Clock..............................................................10
Schedule / Calendar......................................................10
4 Turning the device on or off.............................................11
5 Available functions......................................................11
6 LED signals..............................................................11
7 Battery level messages...................................................12
8 Charging the device......................................................12
Operating NavTraceOne.........................................................13
1 Main Menu................................................................13
2 Where am I...............................................................13
3 Navigate.................................................................13
3.1 To previously selected point.........................................13
3.2 To address...........................................................13
3.2.1 Selecting a city.................................................13
3.2.2 Selecting a street...............................................13
3.2.3 Selecting a building number......................................14
3.3 To Point of Interest.................................................14
3.3.1 City selection...................................................14
3.3.2 Category selection...............................................14
3.3.3 Browsing the point list..........................................14
3.4 To postal code.......................................................15
3.5 After route calculation..............................................15
3.6 Route browsing.......................................................15
3.7 Control during navigation............................................15
3.8 Spelling addresses...................................................15
4 Look Around..............................................................15
4.1 By buildings.........................................................16
4.2 By Points of Interest................................................16
4.2.1 Category Selection...............................................16
4.2.2 Browsing the list................................................16
4.3 By Postal Codes......................................................16
5 Survey route.............................................................16
6 Dictaphone / Voice Recorder..............................................16
7 Audio Player.............................................................16
7.1 Working with files...................................................17
7.2 Working with directories.............................................17
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7.3 Removing files and directories.......................................17
8 Books Reader.............................................................17
8.1 Working with directories.............................................17
8.2 Removal..............................................................17
9 Calendar.................................................................17
9.1 Repetition...........................................................17
9.2 Enter a description..................................................18
9.3 Browsing.............................................................18
10 Alarm clock.............................................................18
10.1 Hour selection......................................................18
10.2 Minute selection....................................................18
10.3 Repetition..........................................................18
10.4 Enter a description.................................................18
11 Settings................................................................18
11.1 GPS.................................................................18
11.2 Map.................................................................19
11.3 Localization........................................................19
11.4 Navigation..........................................................19
11.5 Speech..............................................................19
11.6 Date................................................................19
11.7 Time Zone...........................................................19
11.8 Distance units......................................................19
11.9 Book Reader.........................................................19
11.10 Device Info........................................................19
11.11 Calibrating the compass............................................19
12 Compass.................................................................19
13 Connect to PC...........................................................19
14 Dedicated Favourites button.............................................20
15 Updates.................................................................20
16 General usage remarks...................................................21
17 Where to find support...................................................21
18 Specification...........................................................21
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Foreword
Thank you for purchasing NavTraceOne, which uses the GPS and GLONASS (Global
Positioning System and Globalnaja nawigacionnaja sputnikowaja sistiema satellite systems that can provide information about exact position in the
world) to determine the exact geographical position of the user. It is designed
for people who are blind or partially sighted as a position detection assistant.
Reminder:
NavTraceOne is a complementary device informing the user where he is located,
within the limits set by the terrain and GPS/GLONASS signal. The conditions for
receiving signals from the satellites and the accuracy of the coordinates of the
satellites in the Earth's atmosphere and the accuracy of the Map Data. It does
not substitute for a cane or a guide dog.
Disclaimer:
Using NavTraceOne may be subject to restrictions on aircraft, in hospitals,
public buildings, government offices, laboratories, etc. It is in such places
please comply with the relevant rules in this matter.
Do not allow small children to play with the device. It contains elements that
can endanger children's health.
The device must be stored away from heat sources such as radiators. Leaving the
device in place of intense sunlight should, be avoided if possible. Excessive
heat can not only deform the case but also damage the battery - leading to the
destruction of the device. The situation does not apply to the case of normal
use of the device on a sunny day.
The housing is not suitable to use it in the case of heavy rainfall without
additional protection. Do not expose the device to direct contact with water in
any form (rain, flooding, etc.). The design of the keyboard and the top side of
the device may be in contact with a small amount of moisture (light rain) but is
not waterproof. It is particularly important to protect the speaker, integrated
microphone and connectors on the front of the device.
GPS/GLONASS receivers used in the device are partially susceptible to
electromagnetic interference in the range of the operating frequency of the
system (about 1.6GHz). Avoid placing mobile phones in the vicinity of
NavTraceOne during navigation. The same should be followed when using equipment
with radio interfaces or Bluetooth® wireless technology.
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Legal Notice
By using the Device the User agrees to any terms and conditions described or
implied here. If the User does not agree or does not comply with any of the
terms and conditions expressed or implied, he is required to cease the use of
the Software and Data.
One of the NavTraceOne components is a GPS/GLONASS receiver which systems are
wholly owned by the Government of the United States/Russian Federation. Owners
of these systems thus assume full responsibility for the accuracy and
reliability of GPS/GLONASS positioning systems. The systems can be modified at
any time, without prior notice, which is associated with possible changes in
their characteristics. GPS/GLONASS signals may not be available at all times,
especially in tunnels, indoor, built-up urban areas with high buildings or in
dense forests. They can also be unavailable or there can be a significant error
in the areas of operation of the US or Russian Federation armed forces.
All product names and services mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered
trademarks, in which case they are property of their respective owners.
Depending
available
notices/.
on your location, additional terms and conditions may apply, as
on
https://legal.here.com/terms/general-content-supplier/terms-and-
The Software and Data described in this manual, included on semiconductor memory
of the device, supplied to the User via the Manufacturers website or on any
other media is to be considered as Software or Data exclusively for usage on the
Device and, is fully owned by the Manufacturer or third party license-holders.
It is protected by copyright and applicable licensing terms, thus cannot undergo
reverse-engineering, be modified, sold, stored or reproduced in any form not
explicitly granted by the Manufacturer or third-party license holders. In
addition, the purchase of the device should not be, in any event deemed to grant
licenses, copyrights, or patents belonging to the Manufacturer or other thirdparty companies. It is an ordinary, non-exclusive, non-patent granting
authorization for use, which results in an obvious manner by operation of law in
the sale of the product. Thus, it cannot undergo re-engineering or reverse
engineering and cannot be used outside the Device itself in any form other than
the necessary steps required for installing the Software or Data on the Device.
This documentation is protected by copyright and may not be distributed in any
form without the prior permission of Migraf Technologies Sp. z o.o.
Nuance® is a trademark of Nuance Communications, Inc and it is used according to
the licensing terms.
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Basic device functionality
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Description of buttons and connectors
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on/off - small, concave button in the top right corner of the device
favourites - button marked with an asterisk, below the on/off button
help - dynamic support at every level of the device. Pressing it gives the
current position in the menu. A long press (or multiple long presses)
gives extended information about the currently selected functionality
(button marked with a person figure, located below the favourites button)
back/exit - button marked with an open circle, below the help button
voice control - the biggest button marked with the microphone, it is
located in the lower-right corner of the device
directional buttons (up, down, left, right - the buttons with triangular
directional arrowheads, situated in the form of a cross on the left side
of the device
OK – approves the execution of the function (the button marked with the
tick, similar to ones from the task list. It is located in the middle of
the directional buttons)
on the front panel there are the headphone and microphone jacks,
positioned to the right of the front panel (a microphone jack is located
on the edge when viewed from the right). Right next to it there is a
headphone jack (stereo, marked with a ring cutout). On the opposite side
of the device there is the micro USB port, and next to it on the left the
"hard" reset hole, for use in case of a device lock-up during normal
operation.
Operating the menu by using the keyboard
Notice: The device distinguishes between short and long keystrokes
● to confirm an action, use the OK button
● navigate the list of supported functions using the left/right buttons
● directional buttons up/down are used to increase or decrease the volume
level. Indicated by a corresponding: Level 0 – muted and up.
● back/exit button to exit the menu to the upper level.
● voice control button is used to activate the voice recognition and enables
the use of the device with spoken keywords. Initialization and termination
of recording is signaled by an audio queue.
All the buttons support long presses where applicable. For full list of
functions where the long presses are supported please read Operating
NavTraceOne.
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Voice Control
Important! To activate this function it is necessary to hold voice control
button (lower right corner of the device) during delivery of the desired
command or address. Speech recognition is active only after a short beep
sound while keeping the voice control button pressed. Voice control commands
are issued using the keywords given in the tables below.
Global – always active commands
Keyword
my position
localize
Meaning
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where
am
I
| Gives the current device/user location
volume up
Increases the volume
volume down
Decreases the volume
next
Moves between items in the menu
previous
Moves between items in the menu
time | hour
Gives the current time
date
Gives the current date
select
Approval of current selection
turn off | switch off | power Turns the device off
down | shut down
battery
|
battery
battery state
level
GPS | satellites | status
| Information about the level of battery charge
Current state
satellites
of
GPS
receiver,
number
Idle – device mode selection
Keyword
my position
localize
Meaning
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where
am
I
navigate
look
around
vicinity
| Gives the current device/user location
Use the navigation functions
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near
me
| Check what locations are around
examine | survey |
route | survey route
examine Start the Survey Route function
audio
music
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player
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music
play Start the audio player
books | book reader
recorder |
dictaphone
voice
Start Book Reader
recorder
| Start Dictaphone
calendar | schedule
Open the Calendar
alarm | clock | alarm clock
Open the Alarm clock
compass
Start the Compass
settings
Enter the Settings menu
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Menu Navigate
Keyword
Meaning
recent
Enters the “previously selected point” list
address | to address
Navigate to address
POI | point | useful point
Navigate to Point of Interest
Address search
Keyword
Meaning
next
Go to do next found address (corresponds to
the right arrow)
previous
Go to the previous found address (corresponds
to the left arrow)
yes | accept | OK
The approval/confirmation of the
address (suggested by the device)
no | find | search
Moves from the suggestion list to voice search
sort | order
Change sort order of current list
list | all | browse
Fetch and browse all entries
selected
Point of Interest selection
Keyword
Meaning
After category selection
search | find
Find a point by name
list | all | browse
Browse all available points
While browsing from available points
search | find
Switch from list to searching by name
categories
Readout all
categories
associated with
sort | order
Change sort order of current list
navigate
Navigate to currently selected point
next
Go to the next point on the list
previous
Go to the previous point on the list
yes | OK
The approval/confirmation
point
current
of
the
point
is
selected
After route calculation
Keyword
Meaning
navigate
Starts navigation
browse
Browse calculated navigation steps
Navigation
Keyword
my position
localize
favourites
Meaning
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where
am
I
| Provides
information
passed on the way
about
the
addresses
Provides
information
about
points passed on the way
the
favourite
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turn | direction
Gives the direction in which to move to get to
your target
distance
Gives you the distance to the next waypoint
Menu Look Around
Keyword
Meaning
POI | point | useful point
Browse nearest Points of Interest
address | addresses | building Browse nearest locations
| buildings
Look Around by Address
Keyword
my position | where
localize | refresh
Meaning
am
I
| Refresh points of current location
next
Go to the next point from the list
previous
Go to the previous point from the list
navigate
Start
point
navigation
to
the
currently
selected
Look Around by Points of Interest
Keyword
Meaning
localize | refresh
Refreshes point list
next
Go to the next point from the list
previous
Go to the previous point from the list
navigate
Start
point
sort | order
Change sort order of current list
navigation
to
the
currently
Favourite points
Keyword
Meaning
navigate
Navigate to currently selected point
next
Go to the next point from the list
previous
Go to the previous point from the list
Previous points
Keyword
Meaning
navigate
Navigate to currently selected point
next
Go to the next point from the list
previous
Go to the previous point from the list
Browsing the calculated route
Keyword
Meaning
navigate
Navigate to currently selected point
next
Go to the next point from the list
previous
Go to the previous point from the list
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selected
Working with files
Keyword
Meaning
next
Go to the next file/directory
(same as right arrow )
previous
Go to the previous file/directory
(same as left arrow)
select | yes | play
Confirms selection
enter | go in
Enters the currently chosen directory
parent | go up
Exits the directory (same as back button)
Audio Player / Book Reader
Keyword
Meaning
next | skip
Go to the next file
(same as right arrow)
previous
Go to the previous file
(same as left arrow)
pause
Pause audio playback
unpause | resume
Resume to the audio playback
stop
Stop playback
Dictaphone / Voice Recorder
Keyword
Meaning
add | record
Add a new recording
play | browse
Browse recorded voice notes
Listening to the recorded notes: see Working with files
Alarm Clock
Keyword
Meaning
add | add alarm | add an alarm
Add a new alarm
Commands available only while having an alarm selected:
delete | delete alarm
Delete an alarm
edit | edit alarm
Open the Edit sub-menu
edit time | edit alarm time
Edit the time of the alarm
edit description
description
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edit
alarm Edit the voice description of the alarm
edit repetition
repetition
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edit
alarm Change the alarm repetition
Schedule / Calendar
Keyword
Meaning
browse | browse events
Access the list of added events
today | today’s events
Access the list of today's events
add | add event | add an event
Add a new event
Commands available only while having an event selected:
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Schedule / Calendar
delete | delete event
Remove current event
edit | edit event
Open the Edit sub-menu
edit time | edit event time
Edit the time of selected event
edit date | edit event date
Edit the date of the selected event
edit description | edit event
description
Edit the description of the selected event
edit repetition | edit event
repetition
Change event repetition
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Turning the device on or off
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Available functions
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To turn the device on, press and hold the on/off button for 3 seconds
until the device vibrates. After another 10 seconds, you will hear a
“device starting” message. Then wait for the “device ready” message.
To turn off, press and hold the on/off button until the device vibrates
and you hear the message “shutting down”. The device is fully off after it
vibrates another time.
To switch off using voice commands please say turn off.
In order to confirm say turn off or yes.
Where am I - give the current position of the user
navigate - navigate to the location selected on the map
look around - check what locations are around
survey route - calculate route starting from an arbitrary location
audio player - plays audio files stored on the built-in internal memory
book reader - allows you to play books in audio format (mp3, wav) with
bookmark support
voice recorder - allows you to record voice memos for general use. The
files are stored in MP3 format
calendar - here you can, add events, add notifications, view existing
events, edit and delete them
alarm (clock) - a function that allows you to set alarms just like with
traditional watch or phone
settings - here you have access to basic settings like: map, date, time
zone, language option, gender of the voice synthesizer, voice speed and
battery level, serial number, compass calibration and adjustments of the
messages heard during navigation
compass - gives information which direction device/user is facing
storage mode - connect to your computer and copy files or update the
software
own points with sound descriptions. Important: You can use saved points as
navigation destinations. Simple recording, viewing, editing and starting
the navigation.
LED signals
LEDs are located in the upper left corner of the device on the level of the
on/off button. Left (red) LED indicates battery and charging status, right
(green) the state of the current GPS positioning.
● red LED (left):
 no light: device is off
 standard light: normal operation of the device
 pulsating glow: battery low; also during normal charge process
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fast flashing: critical battery level. battery charger connection
required
green LED (right)
 no light: no fixed position
 pulsating glow: starting the device
 steady light: GPS position acquired.
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Battery level messages
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The user is informed about two substantial battery charge states:
 “battery low” is a state of about 30 % of the battery.
 “battery level critical” is the state below 10% of the battery charge.
These messages are repeated every 10 minutes.
After connecting the battery charger you will hear the message “charging”.
When battery charging completes, you will hear the message “battery
charged”.
Charging the device
To charge the battery, the device must be connected to a charger using the
USB cable. Charging will start automatically.
If the battery was fully discharged it is possible to turn on the device
after connecting the charger and waiting about 3 to 5 minutes. If the device
was left fully discharged for a prolonged period of time, this time may be
extended.
You can also use a computer's USB port to charge the device, but the charging
time in this case may be much longer. depending on the type of USB port used.
For optimal charging times please use USB3.0 ports if available.
The Manufacturer is not responsible for the consequences of using chargers
other than the one supplied with the device.
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Operating NavTraceOne
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Main Menu
In the main menu (highest level) user has access to following shortcuts:
Short press of OK button invokes Where am I.
Long press of OK button invokes Navigate to previously selected point.
Long press of left button invokes Navigate to address.
Long press of right button invokes Navigate to Point of interest.
Long press of up button invokes Look around by building.
Long press of down button invokes Look around by Point of Interest.
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Where am I
By pressing the OK button you will receive information about your location on
the map. If there is a nearby favourite point present, you will also be
informed about it.
[to use voice commands say where am I]
3
Navigate
Possible choices: “To previously selected point”, “To address” or “To point
of interest”.
If there is a suspended navigation session, after entering this menu you will
be prompted to continue the navigation. Resuming the navigation session is
also possible by long pressing the OK button.
3.1
To previously selected point
This is a list of 40 recently selected destination points, ordered from
newest to oldest.
Pressing the OK button (voice command: navigate) starts navigation to
currently selected point.
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of available points.
[to use voice commands say recent].
3.2
To address
Press the OK button to enter the destination address, first choose the city,
then the street and finally the building number.
[to use voice commands say navigate].
3.2.1
Selecting a city
The device always prompts the nearest city, taking into consideration the
current or last acquired location of the user.
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of cities suggested by the device.
Long press of the up button lists all available cities.
Long press of the down button allows you to select a different sort order.
Long press of the OK button allows you to spell the city name (see Spelling
addresses).
OK button [or voice: Yes] confirms the selection of the city as destination.
Back button [or voice: No] goes to the city voice search (message: find
city).
Speak out the name of the city without the use of additional keywords (for
example: London). The device will ask for confirmation by pronouncing the
name: London? Controls are the same as in the list of suggestions.
If the selected city has no associated streets route search will commence.
3.2.2
Selecting a street
If the selected city has no associated streets route search will commence.
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In street search the device automatically switches to voice search (message:
find street).
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of the streets suggested by the
device.
Long press of the up button lists all available streets.
Long press of the down button sorts the list alphabetically.
Long press of the OK button allows you to spell the street name (see Spelling
addresses).
OK button [or voice: Yes] confirms the selection of the city as destination.
Back button [or voice: No] goes to the street voice search (message: find
street).
Speak out the name of the street without the use of additional keywords (for
example: Regent Street). The device will ask for confirmation by pronouncing
the name: Regent Street? Controls are the same as in the list of suggestions.
3.2.3
Selecting a building number
In building search the device automatically switches to voice search
(message: find building).
Speak out the number without the use of additional keywords (for example :
Eleven). The device will ask for confirmation by pronouncing the number:
Eleven?
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of the building numbers suggested
by the device.
Long press of the up button lists all available cities.
Long press of the down button allows you to select a different sort order.
Long press of the OK button allows you to spell the building number.
OK button [or voice: Yes] confirms the selection of the building as
destination.
Back button [or voice: No] goes to the building number voice search (message:
find building).
3.3
To Point of Interest
First you need to select the desired city, then the category you want to
browse. After selecting the category you have a choice either to browse all
points of interest in the selected category or search for a point by name.
3.3.1
City selection
The device always prompts the nearest city, taking into consideration the
current or last acquired location of the user.
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of cities suggested by the device.
Long press of the up button lists all available cities.
Long press of the down button allows you to select a different sort order.
Long press of the OK button allows you to spell the city name (see Spelling
addresses).
OK button [or voice: Yes] confirms the city selection.
Back button [or voice: No] goes to the city voice search (message: find
city).
Speak out the name of the city without the use of additional keywords (for
example: London). The device will ask for confirmation by pronouncing the
name: London? Controls are the same as in the list of suggestions.
3.3.2
Category selection
Short press of the OK button enters the selected category.
Long press of the OK button confirms selection of current category.
Short press of the back button goes back a level higher.
Left/right buttons cycle through the list.
3.3.3
Browsing the point list
Short press of the back button allows you to go back to voice search or whole
list selection.
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Long press of the down button allows you to select a different sort order.
Long press of the up button lists all categories that the currently selected
point is associated with.
Long press of the OK button (voice command: navigate) starts navigation to
currently selected point.
Left/right buttons cycle through the point list. Short press advances by 1,
long press by 5.
3.4
To postal code
This functionality is available only on select maps.
You will be presented with a list of nearest postal codes.
Long press of the OK button (voice command: navigate) starts navigation to
currently selected postal code.
Long press of the OK button allows you to spell the postal code (see Spelling
addresses).
Long press of the down button allows you to you to select a different sort
order.
Left/right buttons cycle through the point list. Short press advances by 1,
long press by 5.
3.5
After route calculation
After route calculation you can decide if you want to immediately start the
navigation or browse the calculated route. See Route browsing.
3.6
Route browsing
Left/right buttons cycle through the direction list.
OK button replays the current navigation direction.
Long press of the OK button [voice command: navigate] starts the navigation.
3.7
Control during navigation
OK button pressed during navigation reads out current navigation step.
Long press of OK button reads out nearest favourite point if any is nearby.
(Announcement distance: see Settings).
Short press of right button reads out direction needed to stay on route.
Long press of left button reads out a short description of current navigation
step.
Long press of left button reads out destination distance.
Long press of up button invokes a navigation submenu where you can
recalculate the route or change message timing (applicable only to current
navigation session).
Long press of the down button reads out the current time.
Short press of back button allows you to end the navigation or pause it
leaving computed directions in memory allowing resuming the navigation at a
later point.
Long press of the back button immediately ends the navigation.
3.8
Spelling addresses
Left/right buttons cycle through the letter list. Short press cycles through
by one entry, long press by 5.
Long press of up button spells out currently entered letters.
Short press of the OK button selects current letter.
Short press of the back button erases last letter.
Long press of the OK button searches for the entered address.
Long press of the back button exits without searching.
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Look Around
Possible choices: “By buildings” or “By Points of Interest”.
[to use voice commands say look around].
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4.1
By buildings
Press the OK button to refresh points for current location.
Browse point list with the left/right arrows. Short press cycles through by
one entry, long press by 5.
Start navigation to currently selected point by long pressing OK button
(voice command: navigate).
4.2
By Points of Interest
After acquiring nearest points of Interest user is supplied with a list of
categories nearby points are associated with. After selecting the desired
category user is supplied with a list of points.
[to use voice commands say POI]
4.2.1
Category Selection
Left/right buttons cycle through the category list.
OK button confirms category selection.
4.2.2
Browsing the list
Short press of OK button refreshes current point list.
Long press of down button allows for changing current list sort order.
Long press of up button reads out all categories current point is associated
with.
Long press of the OK button (voice command: navigate) starts navigation to
the currently selected point.
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of available points. Short press
steps by one, long press by 5.
4.3
By Postal Codes
This functionality is available only on select maps.
Short press of OK button refreshes current postal code list.
Long press of down button allows for changing current list sort order.
Long press of the OK button (voice command: navigate) starts navigation to
the currently selected point.
Left/right buttons cycle through the list of available points. Short press
steps by one, long press by 5.
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Survey route
This feature allows you to survey route starting from an arbitrary location.
First you select a starting location, then destination.
For controls see: Navigate.
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Dictaphone / Voice Recorder
Press the OK button to start recording. Pressing any key during the recording
finishes recording.
To listen to the recordings: while being in the voice recorder sub-menu,
browse with the right/left arrows and confirm by pressing OK button.
To delete a voice note while the list of voice notes press and hold up arrow,
to remove the current note confirm with OK button, then press left/right
arrow and confirm again.
[to use voice commands say dictaphone].
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Audio Player
Press the OK button to choose file or directory.
During playback, the OK button pauses or resumes the playback. Left/right
arrows can be used to navigate between songs.
Long press of left/right arrows fast forwards / rewinds current song.
Press exit button to stop. Long press the exit button to exit the player.
[to use voice commands say audio player].
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7.1
Working with files
Pressing the OK button selects a file.
Left/right arrows are used for browsing through the list of files.
7.2
Working with directories
Pressing the OK button enters the directory.
Long press the OK button to start playback of the selected directory.
7.3
Removing files and directories
To
remove
the
currently
selected
file/directory
in
the
list
of
files/directories, long press the up arrow, confirm intention to remove the
current file/folder with the button OK, then use the left/right arrows to
confirm the deletion.
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Books Reader
Pressing the OK button selects the directory.
Each book must be placed in a separate directory.
During playback, the OK button pauses or resumes playback.
Left/right arrows can be used to navigate between files/chapters in the
directory.
Long press of left/right arrows fast forwards / rewinds current file.
Long press of up/down arrows changes playback speed.
Press the exit button to stop playback. Long press the exit button to exit
the player.
[To use voice commands say books].
8.1
Working with directories
Press the OK button to enter the directory.
Long press OK button to start playback of the entire directory.
Note: The book operates on directories and not on single files.
There is no way to play a single file outside of a directory.
8.2
Removal
To remove the currently selected book from the list of directories, long
press the up arrow, confirm with OK button, then use left/right arrows to
confirm the deletion.
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Calendar
To add an event you must enter in the proper order: year, month, date, time,
voice description (your own recording describing the event).
Press the left/right arrows to move up or down by one (year, month, day) on
the event list.
Long press the left/right arrows to move up or down by 5 (years, months,
days) on the event list.
You can set the event as repetitive or not. You will hear the message: event
added.
[to use voice commands say calendar]
To delete an entry using voice commands in your calendar while having an
entry selected say delete and confirm again saying delete or yes. In case you
do not want to delete that entry say no.
9.1
Repetition
Daily - repeat the event every day.
Days of the week - repeat the event on selected days of the week.
Weekly - repeat the event every week or selected number of weeks.
Monthly - repeat event every month of every selected number of months.
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9.2
Enter a description
Event description is a recording – maximum length is 10 seconds.
Pressing any key finishes recording.
9.3
Browsing
Today's events - here you will find entries for the current day.
View events – press the left/right arrow to jump by one day.
Long press of left/right arrow to jump to the next or previous month.
OK button selects a particular day.
Calendar view of the day – press the left/right arrow to jump by one entry.
Long press left/right arrow to jump by five entries.
Long press up arrow opens edit entry sub-menu.
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Alarm clock
You must enter in the proper order: hour, minute, repetition (repeat daily,
on specified weekdays, or one time alarm), voice description.
Alarm description is a recording – maximum length is 10 seconds.
Left/right arrows are used for browsing the existing alarms.
OK button activates or deactivates the alarm
Long press up arrow to edit/remove the alarm.
Notice! Using edit/remove functions requires additional confirmation - press
the OK button.
[To use voice commands say alarm]
To remove an alarm using voice commands say remove and confirm again saying
remove or yes.
In case you do not want to remove that entry say no.
10.1
Hour selection
Press the left/right arrows to jump one hour. Long press left/right arrows to
jump five hours.
10.2
Minute selection
Press left/right arrows to jump one minute. Long press left/right arrows to
jump five minutes.
10.3
Repetition
Daily - repeat the alarm every day.
Days of the week - repeat the alarm on certain days of the week.
No repeat - single alarm, without repetition.
10.4
Enter a description
Alarm description is a recording – maximum length is 10 seconds.
Pressing any key finishes recording.
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Settings
In this menu, you can get information about the level of battery charge, the
device (software version, serial number), change the language settings
(language, gender, voice, speech speed), set the date, time zone, and
calibrate the compass.
Warning: Changing the language or voice gender requires a restart of the
device.
[to use voice commands settings].
11.1
GPS
Here you can get the basic information about your GPS’ state, power it off
for up to 24 hours or until next use.
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11.2
Map
In this menu, you can check what map is currently loaded and change the
loaded map.
11.3
Localization
Change settings related to localization functionality.
11.4
Navigation
Change settings related to navigation functionality.
11.5
Speech
Here you can change selected voice gender or language of your device. To
apply these settings please restart the device.
11.6
Date
Change the date set in the device.
11.7
Time Zone
Change the configured time zone.
11.8
Distance units
Select either metric (kilometers. meters) or imperial (miles, feet) units.
11.9
Book Reader
Change default playback speed of your audiobooks.
11.10 Device Info
Get your serial number, installed software version.
11.11 Calibrating the compass
All devices have factory-calibrated compass, however if you receive erroneous
information about the direction during navigation you can re-calibrate the
compass.
To calibrate the compass select Compass calibration in the settings menu. You
will hear a brief statement describing the process. Rotate the device around
all axes for about 15-25 seconds. The device will inform you when the
calibration has finished.
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Compass
For information on the geographic directions use compass function, press OK
button and then rotate the device.
To re-calibrate the compass, long press the up arrow (see Calibrating the
compass).
[to use voice commands say compass].
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Connect to PC
You have a choice of two modes: copy files and update. For updating your
device see Updates.
Copying files can be used if you wish to save your files from the devices
memory eg. music or books or remove stored files in way you do when you use a
flash drive (memory stick). The files of particular types should be saved in
the appropriate directories in the device memory. For example: mp3, wav, ogg
and similar should be saved in music directory, book directory is for audio
books, maps in maps.
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The Tser can set up any folders on the device, but music and books must be
put in the appropriate dedicated directories. Only such a structure of
files/directories enable correct operation of the device.
Warning: The upgrade option should be used with care, using only the files
provided by the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for any
damage resulting from attempts of using the update files from other sources.
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Dedicated Favourites button
After pressing the button you can add or change description of your favourite
points or use the navigation features based on such points.
Short press Favourites button to enter the favourite points menu.
After entering the favourites menu use left/right arrows for browsing
favourite points. Pressing the OK button sets the selected point as the
target. This is equivalent to starting the navigation to the selected point.
Long pressing the up arrow or OK button enters the edit selected favourite
point option where we can change the audio description to obtain information
about the geographical coordinates or remove unnecessary point.
While in the favourite points menu, long pressing the Favourites button
either from your current location or by selecting an address from the map
(see To address, To Point of Interest). After selecting the location you will
be prompted to provide a voice description of the newly added point (up to 10
seconds, pressing any button ends the recording earlier).
The number of stored favourite points is limited only by the available memory
in the device.
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Updates
Update files can be downloaded from our website at www.migraftech.eu after
logging in. The first log-in will require registration of the device - its
serial number and basic personal information will be needed.
To update do as follows:
1. After downloading the file, save it locally on your computer by
selecting e.g. desktop as a storage location without changing the file
name.
2. Connect NavTraceOne to the PC using the included USB cable.
3. Select the Storage mode menu option and then update.
4. Use explorer to find NavTraceOne on the list of connected external
devices.
5. The update files saved on the desktop should be moved or copied to the
update directory located in the internal memory of the device.
6. Remove (eject) the storage device from your computer using the standard
procedure
for
safe
removal
(ejection)
of
a
USB
device.
Warning: Do not disconnect the USB cable from the PC or connect it to
the supplied charger. The update will not start if the device
isn't connected to a power source.
7. Press and hold the button Back for one second starting the update
process.
8. The device will check the correctness of update files and ask for
permission to install the new software version.
9. The device will install the new software version and ask for permission
to restart itself.
10.
The device will restart. The whole process ends with a a message
“device successfully updated”.
Warning !
During the whole process of updating, the device must be connected via a
included USB cable to an external power source (computer or external power
supply). In the event of power loss (discharged battery) during updating
manufacturer can not guarantee the restoration of full functionality of the
device and is not responsible for any damages.
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General usage remarks
During the first start up of the device or after a complete battery
discharge, the time needed for finding GPS position can be noticeably longer
due to the need to rebuild positioning information.
Additionally it will be necessary to pass about 10 meters in any direction
after starting the device and determining the latitude and longitude for
proper direction.
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Where to find support
In case of issues not covered by this manual please contact us by means of
contact form found at www.migraftech.eu/en/contact.
We also encourage users to register through the above-mentioned website their
devices with the serial number (read the serial number in Settings, Device
info, Serial Number). Only registered users will have access to software
updates and new maps.
You can also contact us using the e-mail address: support@migraftech.eu.
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Specification
Cortex® A7 processor dual core 1GHz
1GB DDR3 RAM
Precision GPS/GLONASS receiver
Li-Ion battery, 2700mAh
8GB of system NAND storage
32 or 64 GB of built-in memory
Built-in speaker and high sensitivity microphone
3.5mm jack connector for headphones with built-in microphone
Micro USB 2.0 High Speed port for charging and communication with the
computer [USB device mode]
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