R-Link 2
PRECAUTIONS DURING USE
It is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.
You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
Precautions when operating the system
– Operate the controls and read the information on the screen only when road conditions allow.
– Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard.
Precautions regarding navigation
– Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehicle.
– Depending on the geographical area, the map may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert. In all cases, Road
Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system.
Precautions concerning the equipment
– Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire.
– Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly.
– Do not insert foreign objects or a damaged or dirty external storage device (USB key, SD card, etc...) into the reader.
– Always clean your screen with a microfibre cloth.
– Use an external storage device (USB key, SD card, etc...) which is suitable for your system.
– Do not use products containing alcohol and/or spray fluids on the area.
The prior acceptance of the General Conditions of Sale is mandatory before using the system.
The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers
all existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected and the country where they are sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be
introduced later in the model year. Depending on the make and model of your telephone, some functions may be partially
or completely incompatible with your vehicle’s multimedia system.
For more details, please consult an Authorised Dealer.
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Sections
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Navigation
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Multimedia
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Phone
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Apps
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Vehicle ...................................................................
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System
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General information
Index
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0.4
General information
General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction to the controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
operating principles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switch on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add, manage widgets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using voice recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.4
1.9
1.14
1.16
1.18
1.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/2)
A
20
B
C
D
G
E F
G Exterior temperature.
B C
A
M
D
E F G
M
Camille
L
K
J
Menu
Camille
Menu
H
Home screens
A Time.
B “Map” shortcut: direct access with
the card.
C “Audio sources” shortcut: direct
access to the screen of the audio
source currently in use.
D Page indicator: quickly swipe the
content area to change page.
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J
L
K
H
J
E “Suggestion bar” and “Notifications”
shortcuts: direct access to information on your vehicle’s connectivity, to
Bluetooth® devices connected to the
multimedia system and the notifications of the connected telephone.
Press the E then the “Notifications” tab
to see the list of notifications.
F “Telephone” shortcut:
– direct access to the list of paired telephones on the multimedia system or
direct access to the “Phone” menu;
– telephone information (network and
battery).
H Access to the welcome screen options (pop-up menu):
– “Edit home pages”: refer to the “Add
and manage widgets” section;
– “Change profile”;
– “Change theme”: you can change
the clock style;
– “Date and time”;
– “Black screen”: the multimedia
system screen goes black but is still
active.
J Information and access to the air
conditioning settings menu. Please
refer to the vehicle user manual for
further information.
K Access to main menu.
L Selected user profile. To configure
the user profile, refer to the section
entitled “System”.
M Page content.
Note: You can change the configuration of the home page as well as the
clock format. Please refer to the “Add
and manage widgets” section for further information.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/2)
Menu
Menu
Navigation
Multimedia
Phone
Apps
System
Vehicle
N
Log In
P
Q
Navigation
Multimedia
Phone
Apps
Vehicle
System
N
Log In
P
Q
R
R
Menu screen
Depending on the menu, the N bar displays two or three buttons:
R “Options” (button is greyed out if it is
not active): this is used for accessing
the pop-up menu.
P “Back” (always shown):
– pressing this button briefly takes you
back to the previous screen;
– a long press on this button takes you
straight back to the home page.
Q “Function”: this button is dedicated
to the screen’s main action (it disappears or is greyed out if not active).
For more information, see the user
manual available in your system by
pressing the pop-up menu button
from the main menu screen, then
“User manual”.
1.3
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (1/5)
Screen controls 1
Function
1
2
3
1
Short press: On/Off.
Press and hold (around 5 seconds): restart the system.
2
Volume up.
3
Volume down.
4
Access to home pages.
5
Access to the settings menu for driving assistance devices.
6
Access to the settings menu for the displays.
4
5
6
1.4
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (2/5)
Screen controls 2
7
8
9
Function
7
Direct access to the Easy park assist function screen (for further information, please refer to the section on «Parking aids»).
8
Access to the driving assistance systems settings menu or access to
the user settings.
9
Access to home pages.
10
Short press: On/Off;
Press and hold (around 5 seconds): restart the system;
Rotate: adjust the volume of the source currently in use.
10
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INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (3/5)
Screen controls 3
Function
11
Access to home pages.
12
Displaying a blank screen.
13
Short press: On/Off.
Press and hold (around 5 seconds): restart the system.
Rotate: adjust the volume of the source currently in use.
14
Access to the driving assistance systems settings menu or access to
the user settings.
15
Access to the settings menu for the displays.
16
Short press: On/Off.
Press and hold (around 5 seconds): restart the system.
17
18
17
Volume up.
11
14
15
18
Volume down.
11 12 13 14 15
Screen controls 4
16
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INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (4/5)
Remote control
19
20
Function
“Back” button:
21
19
– short press: go back to the previous menu;
– long press: go straight back to the home page.
20
Access to home pages.
21
Access to the options menu (pop-up menu).
Switching:
– navigation in the selected area;
23
– up/down: move around the various areas of a menu (upper bar, central zone, lower bar);
– left/right: move around the various tabs of a menu.
22
22
Rotate:
– move around the various elements of a zone;
– move around a list;
– change the scale of the navigation map (ZOOM mode).
Press:
– confirm.
23
Go to the Multi-Sense system menu or change the mode previously
defined in favourites.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (5/5)
Steering wheel control
24
Function
25
24
Select the audio source.
25
Access to telephone functions.
26
Increase the volume of the source currently in use.
27
Radio mute on/off.
Pause/play an audio track.
Interrupt the voice recognition voice synthesizer.
28
Decrease the volume of the source currently in use.
26
27
28
Short press:
29
30
29
– Change radio scrolling mode (preset/list/frequency).
– Confirmation.
Long press: exit the lists (folders/audio tracks).
31
33
30
Browse the radio stations or the audio tracks/directories.
31
Answer/end a call.
32
– Short press: activate voice recognition.
– Long press: deactivate voice recognition.
32
Short press:
33
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– Guidance instructions.
– Access to the audio source currently playing.
– Access to information about Multi-Sense.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES (1/5)
Menu
1
1
Multifunction capacitive
touchscreen 1
Navigating a menu
The touchscreen 1 grants access to the
system functions:
– touch touchscreen 1 to open a menu;
– swipe downwards with your finger
to access further menu functions. A
vertical scroll bar is displayed at the
right of the screen to inform you of
your position on the page;
– swipe from left to right to move
from one page to another within the
menus.
Gesture interaction
– Tap: touch a part of the screen with
your finger and then take the finger
off from the screen.
– Double tap: touch a part of the screen
and then touch the same part again
all within 1 second.
– Long tap: touch a part of the screen
for 1 second or longer.
1
– Panning: touch the screen with a
finger and swipe across the screen.
– Fast sweep (“swipe”): slide your
finger quickly from one point to another.
– Drag and drop: touch a part of the
screen for one second or longer
while moving an object.
– Pinch in/out: bring your two fingers
close or slide them apart on the
screen.
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OPERATING PRINCIPLES (2/5)
5
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
2
Screen controls
Switch on/off
Shortcut to a menu
1: Multifunction capacitive touchscreen.
2: Go to the home pages.
3: Go to the driving aids settings menu
or go to the user settings menu.
4: Go to the display settings menu.
5: Go to the “Easy park assist” menu.
Switch on the multimedia system
screen
The multimedia system starts:
– when the vehicle is started;
– when the multimedia panel on/off
switch is pressed;
– when the screen is touched.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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1
Switch off the multimedia system
screen
The multimedia system switches off:
– when the multimedia panel on/off
switch is pressed;
4
– when the opening elements of your
vehicle are locked.
A video shows a demonstration on
how to use the multimedia system
and its touchscreen. With the vehicle at a standstill, press “Menu” on
the home screen, then press the
pop-up menu button and “About”.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES (3/5)
6
– press the joystick 8 to open the selected element;
7
– in the tabs menus, move the joystick 8 left or right to switch from one
tab to another.
Confirm your selection
1
Press the joystick 8 to confirm a change.
Press button 6 to go back to the previous menu.
Press the button 7 to go back to the
home page.
2
3 4
8
Screen controls
Central control
Shortcut to a menu
Navigating a menu
1: Multifunction capacitive touchscreen.
Use the joystick 8 to move around the
different screens:
2: Go to the home pages.
3: Go to the driving aids settings menu
or go to the user settings menu.
4: Go to the display settings menu.
– Move the joystick 8 up or down to
move around the different areas of
the screen (upper bar, central zone,
lower bar);
– turn the joystick 8 to search the list or
zoom in/out map;
Videos show demonstrations on
how to use:
– the touchscreen;
– the Multi-Sense;
– driving aids.
With the vehicle at a standstill, press
the relevant pop-up menu button,
then “About”.
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OPERATING PRINCIPLES (4/5)
Phonebook
9
Adrien
Amandine
Anthony
Camille
Aurélie
Menu
Camille
Search
10
Scroll bar
The bar 9 shows the position of the
current screen in the page. Sweep
the touchscreen up or down to scroll
through the list and move around the
page.
Pop-up menu
Available from most system menus, the
pop-up menu 10 grants access to submenus (delete favourites, change current navigation itinerary, settings, etc.).
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Menu
Introduction to the home
pages
The home pages are the default
screens for your multimedia system.
Your system has four home pages,
three of which can be personalised.
Move from one page to another by sliding your finger (“swiping”) horizontally.
These home pages are made up of a
certain number of widgets to functions
such as the navigation, the radio, etc.
These widgets grant you direct access
to the main screen for the function or,
in certain cases, enable you to directly
control them from one of the main
screens (change the radio station, for
example).
For a description of the home page,
please refer to the “General description” section.
Note: You can change the configuration of the home page. Please refer to
the “Add, manage widgets” section for
further information.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES (5/5)
Introduction to the main
menu
To access the main menu, press “Menu”
from the home page. The system is
made up of six major sections, all of
which can be accessed from the main
menu:
– the “Navigation” function includes all
the satellite guidance functions, road
maps and traffic information;
– the “Multimedia” function enables
the management of radio, audio and
video playback;
– the “Phone” function is used to pair
the system to one or more mobile
phones and to use the hands-free
mode;
– the “Apps” includes applications and
the online R-Link Store store;
– the “Vehicle” function allows the
management of certain equipment
such as Multi-Sense, the driving
aids, the reversing camera, Driving
eco2 etc. ;
– the “System” function is used for adjusting various settings on the multimedia system, e.g. display, language, etc.
Menu
Menu
Navigation
Multimedia
Phone
Navigation
Multimedia
Phone
Apps
Vehicle
System
Apps
Log In
System
Vehicle
Log In
12
11
Connect your multimedia
system
Activate your connected services by
pressing button 11 to obtain the applications from the R-Link Store.
11
12
Presentation of the
instructions provided with
your multimedia system
You can view the user manual for your
“R-Link 2" multimedia system from the
multimedia screen by pressing the 12
button, then “User manual”.
1.13
ON, OFF (1/2)
Safety and Data sharing
Warning: always drive safely and obey local traffic
regulations.
No data sharing
You have chosen to share information outside of this
vehicle. You can change this setting at any time in the
Apps menu.
Privacy
OK
Profile
Language
Options
Switching on
The multimedia system starts:
– when the vehicle is started;
– when the multimedia panel on/off
switch is pressed;
– when the screen is touched.
At start-up, the system enables you to
set certain functions:
– Press “Privacy” to allow or reject applications to share data related to
your journey.
– Press “OK” to allow data sharing.
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– Press “Profile” to change the user
profile.
– Press “Language” to change the
system language.
Switching off
The multimedia system switches off:
– when the multimedia panel on/off
switch is pressed;
– when the opening elements of your
vehicle are locked.
Clock/temperature screen
This screen is displayed when the
driver’s door is opened, before the ignition is switched on.
It can also be displayed when the
system is stopped: with the ignition on,
press the on/off button on your system.
The system then stops the guidance
and turns the sound off.
A screen showing the time is displayed.
ON, OFF (2/2)
Resetting the system
You can reset all system settings and/
or delete all personal data. To do this,
from the main menu, select “System”,
“Factory reset”, then press “Yes” to confirm. The system is reset.
Note: to reset all system settings,
select “System” from the main menu,
then press the pop-up menu button, followed by “Factory reset”.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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ADD, MANAGE WIDGETS (1/2)
Home page configuration
Home page configuration
Camille
Menu
Take care
Take care
Driving Eco2
Driving Eco2
Favourites
Multi-Sense
Multi-Sense
Multimedia
Multimedia
Multimedia
Driving Eco2
Driving Eco2
Take care
1
The home pages are the default
screens for your multimedia system.
Your system has four home pages,
three of which are customisable, including a number of widgets leading to functions, such as navigation, radio, etc.
Add widgets
Customise the size of the widgets
From the home page, press 1 then
select “Change home pages” from the
list.
You can change the configuration of the
home page by adding widgets.
Press and hold your finger on the
widget to be added, then slide and drop
it to the location of your choice at the
top of the screen.
There are two sizes of widget (small
and big). Some applications may only
have one size. The number of widgets displayed on the home screen may
vary depending on the format of the
multimedia screen.
Press on the home page widget to directly access the main screen for the
function or, in certain cases, directly
control them from one of the main
screens (changing the radio station, for
example).
Add a widget
When user profile changes, the
widget layout is also changed accordingly.
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Note: some widgets can be used only
once depending on their size.
ADD, MANAGE WIDGETS (2/2)
Customising the “Favourites”
widget
Press the Favourites widget on the
home screen to add a number from
your phonebook (only if your phone is
connected to the multimedia system)
or an address previously stored in the
multimedia system. You can then call
this contact directly or go to the address given for this contact using this
shortcut.
Delete widgets
To delete a widget, press “X” at the top
right of this latter. A confirmation message is displayed on the screen. Press
“Yes” to confirm the deletion.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
1.17
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (1/11)
Introduction
Your multimedia system has a voice
recognition system  which allows
voice control of some functions and applications of the multimedia system and
your phone. This enables you to use
your multimedia system or your phone
while keeping your hands on the steering wheel.
2
1
Activation
To activate the voice recognition
system, press the voice recognition
button  in your vehicle.
Note: the position of the voice recognition button may vary. Please refer to
the driver’s handbook for further information.
Voice controls
You can use voice control to call a contact in your phonebook, enter a destination, change radio station etc without
touching the screen. Press 1 and follow
the audio and visual instructions provided by the system and on the screen.
You can interrupt the voice synthesizer when using voice recognition by pressing the 2 button on the
steering column control. A beep indicates that you may speak.
1.18
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (2/11)
Using the multimedia
system’s voice recognition
Voice menu
A
Main voice commands for your
multimedia system
The term “Main menu”: return to the
main voice recognition screen.
The term “Repeat”: replay the last
phrase spoken by the system.
The term “Exit”: exit the voice recognition menu.
The term “Help”: get voice information
for each system screen, as well as the
possible functions.
The term “Next Page”/”Previous
Page”/”First page”/”Last page”: allows
you to navigate within the voice recognition lists.
Voice menu
A
Destination
Radio
Destination
Media
Radio
Phone
Phone
My apps
My apps
Leave
Leave
Help
Help
Voice recognition menu
Voice recognition indicator A
From the main voice control menu, you
can use the voice command to control
the following functions:
The voice recognition indicator A is
made up of colour markers and an icon.
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–
–
–
–
“Destination”;
“Radio”;
“Media”;
“Phone”;
“My apps”.
The functions shown in blue on the
screen are valid commands understood by the multimedia system.
The functions shown greyed out on
the screen are commands not understood by the multimedia system.
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USING VOICE RECOGNITION (3/11)
Voice menu
3
A
Voice menu
A
Destination
4
7
Radio
Destination
5
Media
Radio
Phone
8
Phone
My apps
My apps
Leave
Leave
Help
9
Help
Colour markers
Central icon
The colour of indicator A is used to optimise voice recognition:
Depending on the system status, different indicators A or a bar can be displayed:
– blue marker 3: average voice recognition;
– marker with three shades of blue 4:
good voice recognition;
– marker with added green 5: optimal
voice recognition;
– marker with red at top 6: the user’s
voice is too loud and the system has
difficulty interpreting the command.
Users should preferably aim to be
between markers 4 and 5.
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6
– 7 icon: the system is ready to receive
your voice command;
– 8 icon: the system is giving you information via its voice synthesizer.
– 9 icon: the system is processing the
user’s request.
Speak loudly and so that you can be
understood. Use the voice recognition indicator to optimise voice recognition.
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (4/11)
Voice menu
“Previous destinations”
New address
To retrieve an address already entered
using voice control:
– say “Previous destinations” after the
second beep, then select your destination;
Destination
Change the country
Radio
Media
Note: When using voice recognition,
always wait for a beep before speaking.
Phone
My apps
Leave
– the system will give you the address
it has understood - confirm your destination to begin guidance.
Help
Controlling navigation with
voice recognition
There are several methods available
to enter a destination using the voice
control included with your multimedia
system.
To do this:
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Destination” after the beep, then
use one of the following methods.
Back
Help
“Destination”
Note: When you enter an address, you
can change country as long as this
country is supported by the system’s
language.
To enter a full address using voice control:
– Say “Address” after the second beep,
then dictate your full destination address (number, street name, town or
city);
– the system will give you the address
it has understood - confirm your destination to begin guidance.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
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USING VOICE RECOGNITION (5/11)
“Address book”
“Work”
Multimodality
To retrieve an address saved in he address book using voice control:
To retrieve your work address using
voice control:
– say “Address book” after the second
beep, then select your destination;
– after the second beep, say “go to
work”;
– the system will give you the address
it has understood - confirm your destination to begin guidance.
– the system gives your pre-recorded
work address. Confirm your destination to begin guidance.
Multimodality enables the user to
complete an address or a telephone
number, using voice control, which was
entered using the multimedia screen,
and vice versa.
“Home”
Note: To use the “go to work” voice
function, you have to save a work address. For further information on saving
a work address, please refer to the section on “Navigation settings”.
To retrieve your home address using
voice control:
– after the second beep, say “go
home”;
– the system will indicate your pre-recorded home address. Confirm your
destination to begin guidance.
Note: To use the “go home” voice function, you have to save a home address.
For further information on saving a
home address, please refer to the section on “Navigation settings”.
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Use
When you start to enter an address
using the multimedia system keypad:
– press the voice control button;
– complete the address after the beep
(for example if you have entered your
destination city, the system will ask
you for the street name and number).
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (6/11)
“Points of interest”
To search for a point of interest using
voice control:
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Destination” after the beep;
– after a second bleep, say “points of
interest”;
– search for a point of interest (petrol
station, car park etc.);
– search for the place where the place
of interest is.
For further information about using
points of interest, please refer to the
section on “Entering a destination”.
Using favourites with voice
recognition
Controlling radio with voice
recognition
The favourite contacts added to your
home pages with a saved telephone
number or address can be called directly using voice recognition. To do
this:
You can activate the radio using the
voice control included in your multimedia system. To do this:
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Display my favourites” after the
beep.
The system displays the saved
favourite(s).
– Say the “favourite” you want to use
(e.g.: if the “Favourites” saved is
“Jane”, say “Call Jane” or “Go to
Jane”).
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Radio” after the beep, then the
radio band you wish to listen to (FM
or AM):
– “FM";
– “AM";
– “DR".
– Say the desired frequency (for example “Listen to 94.4”) or your choice
of search mode to find a radio station: stations (not available for AM)
or "Presets” (for example “Listen to
preset 1”);
To change the band while listening, say
“change band” in the radio menu.
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USING VOICE RECOGNITION (7/11)
To do this:
Voice menu
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Media” after the beep;
– say the auxiliary audio source you
wish to use, then the file to play/open
(e.g.: “Songs”, “Playlists”, etc.).
Destination
Radio
Phone
My apps
Leave
Help
Controlling multimedia with
voice recognition
You can launch audio media (an audio
track, playlists, etc.) using the voice
control included with your multimedia system. Possible auxiliary audio
sources are:
– “USB-1" (USB port);
– “USB-2" (USB port);
– “SD” (SD card);
– “CD" (audio CD or MP3);
– “AUX-1" (Jack socket);
– “AUX-2" (Jack socket).
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Depending on the source selected, you
can:
– search for and play music by artist
name, song, album, playlist, podcast, genre or file;
– play the next/previous track;
– shuffle playback/play all.
To display the requested media/file
on the multimedia system screen, say
“display” before saying the filename to
play/open.
To play a song and exit the voice recognition menu, say “play” before saying
the song title or artist name.
To change the audio source, say
“change source” from the “Media
menu”.
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (8/11)
Using a telephone with voice
recognition
Multimodality
House number - Continue
It is possible to call a number or a contact using the voice control included
with your multimedia system. To do this:
Delete
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Phone” after the beep;
– state the contact name you wish to
call, or dictate the telephone number
you with to contact.
– The system displays the stated
number, say “Call” to call the number
or “Delete”/“Start again” to dictate a
different number.
Use
Call
When you begin entering a telephone
number using the multimedia system
keypad:
Start again
Note: You are recommended to dictate
the numerals either one by one or two
by two.
Back
Multimodality enables the user to
complete an address or a telephone
number, using voice control, which was
entered using the multimedia screen,
and vice versa.
Help
Using the voice control function, it is
also possible to:
– press the voice control button;
– complete the telephone number
using your voice or say “Call” after
the beep if you have already entered
the full number and wish to launch
the call.
– view the call log;
– read an “SMS”;
– call your voicemail.
To do this:
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Phone” after the beep;
– state the name of the function displayed on the screen that you wish
to use, then follow the instructions.
1.25
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (9/11)
Launch an application using
voice recognition
You can launch an app using the voice
control included with your multimedia
system. To do this:
“Help”
To find out more about using voice
functions:
– press the voice control button, then
say “Help”.
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
The system displays a number of help
categories on the screen.
– say “My apps” after the beep;
– Select the required function.
– state the name or number (displayed
in front of the app name) of the app
you wish to run to start using it immediately.
The “Help” function is available at all
times. For example, if you wish to find
the “Phone” on the screen and you say
“Help”, the help voice will assist you in
using the function.
1.26
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (10/11)
Using the phone’s voice
recognition with the
multimedia system
To use your phone’s voice recognition
system with your multimedia system
you should:
– connect your telephone to the multimedia system (refer to the section
on “Connecting, disconnecting a telephone”);
– ensure that your phone has a voice
recognition function compatible with
your multimedia system.
Note: if the your phone’s voice recognition is compatible with the multimedia system, the pictogram 9 appears
from the “Paired devices list” menu
(for more information, refer to the sections on “Connecting, disconnecting
a phone” and/or “Pairing, unpairing a
telephone”).
Bastien's phone
Gary
Phone Caro
B
9
Amandine
Add device
Note: if you wish to use your phone's
voice recognition with the multimedia
system, make sure that you are located
in a network coverage area.
To activate your phone’s voice recognition system with the multimedia system,
press and hold your vehicle’s voice recognition button .
The touchscreen displays your phone’s
main voice control menu (screen B).
Cancel
To reactivate your phone’s voice recognition system with the multimedia system, briefly press your vehicle’s voice recognition button  or
screen B.
To deactivate your phone’s voice recognition system with the multimedia
system, press and hold your vehicle’s
voice recognition button .
Note: to access screen B, press
“Phone” from the main menu, then
“Smartphone”.
1.27
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (11/11)
From the main voice control menu, you
can use voice control to control some
functions and applications of your
phone.
Voice recognition is disabled:
– when reversing your vehicle;
– during a call.
Note: the voice recognition session is
automatically deactivated after several
seconds of inactivity.
When using your phone's voice recognition with the multimedia system,
the transfer of cellular data required
for its operation can generate additional costs not included in your
phone service contract.
1.28
Navigation
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2.2
2.6
2.13
2.15
2.19
2.1
MAP (1/4)
Guidance map
A
B
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Guidance map
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M
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K
D
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J
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Nav
Menu
G
F
Map key
A Name of the next main road or road
sign information, if applicable.
B Display: remaining distance to travel
and indication of the next manoeuvre.
Press: shortcut giving access to different information about your route.
C Display: traffic information icon.
Press: shortcut giving access to the
list of traffic incidents on your route.
D Current location.
E Traffic information bar for your route.
2.2
E
M
L
Menu
F Pop-up menu.
G Back to previous screen or back to
navigation menu.
H Activate/deactivate the guidance instructions.
I Zoom, touch the magnifying glass to
display the zoom in and out buttons.
J Sign indicating a high risk area.
K Journey information such as arrival
time, total distance remaining and
the possibility of reaching your destination (green flag or red flag with
lightning symbol) / Route summary.
Q
G
L
F
C
L Back to navigation main menu.
M 2D and 3D modes.
N Sign giving the speed limit (the speed
given depends on the unit chosen).
For more information on the choice
of units, please see the “System”
section.
P Symbols for points of interest (POI)
displayed on the navigation map.
Q Display/hide the drop-down flap.
MAP (2/4)
“Navigation”
menu
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
then “Navigation” to access the “Map”.
“Map”
Pop-up menu: with no action on
the map
Press the pop-up menu button to
access the following menus:
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“Traffic map”;
“Route” or “Itinerary”:
“Map settings”;
“Where Am I?” or “GPS status”;
“Stop guidance”.
“Traffic map”
Select the “Traffic map” to view the
current status of traffic on the map.
“Route”
Select Route to access the options
below:
“Type of route”
You can change the route calculation criteria («Fast», «Short»,
«Economical»).
You can also select the default
route planning method when calculating the route. To do this, press
the pop-up menu from the Map
menu, select Route then “Type of
route”.
Note: the functions described above
may vary.
You can choose the following
methods:
– «Fast»: this method shows the
quickest possible route based on
your route preferences. This calculation method avoids residential
areas and minor roads where possible.
– «Short»: this method shows the
shortest possible route. It also tries
to avoid residential areas.
– «Economical»: this route combines the benefits of the previous two methods. The navigation system calculates as if it were
calculating the fastest route, but it
also takes other roads in order to
save fuel.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.3
MAP (3/4)
Route preferences
The route preferences are restrictions which affect the route calculation.
You can activate or deactivate the
following elements in the Route
menu:
– “Motorways”: whether to include or exclude motorways along
the route.
– “Toll roads”: whether to include
or exclude roads where you have
to pay tolls using toll gates or similar solutions.
– “Period charge”: whether to include or exclude roads along the
route which have a periodic charge
valid for a certain amount of time.
– “Ferries”: whether to include or
exclude ferries (including motorail
trains) along the route.
– “Car shuttle train”: whether or
not to include rail freight (transportation by rail) along the route.
– “Unpaved roads”: whether to
include or exclude unpaved roads
along the route.
“Map settings”
This menu lets you set the following
items:
– “Route summary”: when activated, this function allows users
to zoom out and get an overview
of their surroundings when an upcoming manoeuvre is some distance away. When you are approaching the next change of
direction the system returns to the
normal view mode.
– “Automatic motorway view”:
choose to activate or disable the
display of the motorway signs.
– “Viewpoint”: select the view required during navigation (“Low”,
“Normal” or “High”).
– “Map colour”: select the required map display mode (“Auto”,
“Day” or “Night”).
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.4
– “Vehicle gallery”: you can
change the default position
marker. Scroll through the different
markets (3D vehicles) by pressing
the left and right arrows located at
the top of the screen.
To select a marker, press “Back”
below the required vehicle.
– “Landmarks”: when this function is activated, the map shows
3D representations of landmarks,
3D artistic representations or 3D
models of prominent or well-known
sites.
– “Buildings”: when this function
is activated, the map shows town/
cities in 3D as well as artistic representations in 3D or 3D block representations of all urban buildings
including the actual building size
and position on the map.
– “Elevations”: when this function
is activated, the map shows a 3D
representation of the surrounding
area.
MAP (4/4)
– “Place markers”.
“Stop guidance”
“Add to address book”
Select which places to show on the
map while navigating. Too many
markers make the map crowded,
so it is better to keep as few as
possible.
Press this control to cancel the active
route.
This function allows you to save the
selected position in the address book.
Pop-up menu: with action on the
map
“Information”
Select “Show all/Hide all” to display or hide all locations categories;
Slide your finger on the touchscreen
to move around the map and so
have access to other functions of the
pop-up menu:
Press the location category name
to open a list of subcategories.
Check or uncheck the checkbox
next to a category to display or
hide it.
“Where Am I?”
This function shows detailed information about the current position: coordinates and address.
“GPS status”
This function allows you to get information about the GPS signal status
of your vehicle.
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“Traffic map”;
“Places around cursor”;
“Add to address book”;
“Information”;
“Show cursor position”.
This function enables you to fund details (address, latitude and longitude)
on the selected position.
“Show cursor position”
This function allows you to return to
the position of the cursor when you
move around the guidance map.
“Traffic map”
Select the “Traffic map” to view the
current status of traffic on the map.
“Places around cursor”
This function enables you to find
points of interest around the selected
position. You can search, filter, sort
and view all the results found by the
multimedia system on the map.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.5
ENTERING A DESTINATION (1/7)
Select city
“Navigation”
menu
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
then “Navigation” to access the following menus:
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“Destination”;
“Itinerary”;
“Traffic”;
“Map”;
“Settings”.
For more information about the navigation software, press the pop-up
menu button from the “Navigation”
menu screen, then “Version”.
For more information, see the user
manual available in your multimedia system by pressing the pop-up
menu button from the “Navigation”
menu screen, then “User manual”.
2.6
“Destination”
Sens
Yonne, France
The “Destination” menu offers you
several ways to enter a destination:
Montargis
Loiret, France
Paris
France
“Address”
This item allows you to enter all or
part of the address: country, city,
street and number.
When using it for the first time, the
system will ask you to choose the
destination country.
Enter the town/city name or a
postcode using the digital keypad.
The system suggests several
town names.
– Press the town/city name displayed on-screen to confirm
your selection.
– Access the full list corresponding to your search.
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Note: you can hide the numeric
keypad to display the full results list
by pressing 1.
– Select the town or city.
– Do the same actions for the
“Street” and “House number”
fields.
During guidance, when you launch
the search for a new destination you
have the choice between setting it
as a waypoint, a new destination or
a final step.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (2/7)
Select city
“Previous destinations”
Sens
Select city
Yonne, France
This menu enables you to select
a destination from the list of addresses last used. These are automatically stored.
Montargis
Loiret, France
Sens
Paris
France
From the “Navigation” menu:
– select “Destination”
“Previous destinations”.
2
2
You can change the type of keypad
on the multimedia system by pressing the 2 button (“ABC”, “QWERTY”,
“QWERTY”, etc.).
Note: The system will store the last
towns/cities entered in its memory. You
can directly select one of these towns.
Note: Only addresses known to the
system through the digital map are authorised.
then
– From the list of stored destinations, select an address to start
navigating.
Note: The system displays the country and town/city corresponding to your
final destination by default. You can directly enter the street name if the requested destination is in the same town/
city as the final destination entered.
Using voice recognition to enter an
address
From the Destination and Itinerary
screens, press the voice recognition
button, then state a town/city, street
name and/or number after the beep.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.7
ENTERING A DESTINATION (3/7)
“Location search”
“Points of interest”
A point of interest (POI) is a service, establishment or even a tourist area close to a location (start
point, destination city, en route,
etc.).
Points of Interest are listed by category: restaurants, museums, car
parks, etc.
Select “Destination” from the
“Navigation” menu, then “Points
of interest” to select a destination
from the points of interest.
“Name search”
A list is displayed in which you
can consult all POIs found
along the route (if there are
any) or around your current position. You can filter the list of
POIs using the keypad. Select
a POI from the list of results or
enter the name/type of POI that
you want to look for using the
keypad.
This function enables you to
search for POIs in a town/city
or along a route, by selecting a
point of interest from a list or by
typing it in using the keypad.
Select the search area from
among the following categories:
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“In a city”;
“Nearby”;
“Along Route” (if any);
“Near destination” (if any).
After selecting a search area,
the screen displays the POIs
available by category (All,
Airport, Automobile, etc.).
Select a category.
All POIs in this category are
displayed in a search area.
Select the desired POI to start
guidance.
Categories
(service station/car park/restaurant/accommodation)
Search for points of interest by
selecting categories from the
“Points of interest” menu.
On this screen, you can launch
a quick search using four types
of preset POIs:
– “Petrol Station” along a
route, if there are any.
– “Parking” near the destination, if there are any.
– “Restaurant” along a route,
if there are any.
– “Accommodation” near the
destination, if there are any.
If you currently do not have
a route or destination, these
POIs are searched around your
current or last known position.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.8
ENTERING A DESTINATION (4/7)
“Favourites”
This menu allows you to select a
destination stored previously in
your multimedia system. Thus,
you have access to the following
functions:
“Home”
This menu can be used to start
navigating your way home.
When you select “Home” from
the “Favourites” menu for the
first time, the system asks you
to store your home address
by selecting “GPS position”,
“Address”, “Address book”,
etc. Select the way in which
you wish to enter your home
address, then confirm.
“Work”
This menu can be used to start
navigating towards your work
location.
When you select “Work” from
the “Favourites” menu for the
first time, the system asks you
to save the address of your
place of work by selecting GPS
position, Address, Address
book, etc.
Select the way in which you
wish to enter your work address, then confirm.
Note: to reset your home
or work address, press the
pop-up menu button from the
“Favourites” menu, then press
“Reset home address” or
“Reset work address”.
“Address book”
You can save addresses in
the address book and use
them as a destination at a
later time.
“Coordinate”
This function allows you to define
a destination using coordinates
(latitude and longitude).
“On map”
This function enables you to
define a destination from a point
you have selected on the map.
From the “Navigation” menu, select
“Destination”, then “On map”.
2.9
ENTERING A DESTINATION (5/7)
On map
“Places around cursor”
Confirming the destination
This function enables you to find
points of interest around the selected position. You can search,
filter, sort and view all the results
found by the system on the map.
Once your destination information has
been entered, the system displays a
route summary for confirmation. Press
Select at the bottom of the screen to
confirm. The system will make the calculation.
“Add to address book”
Note: The calculation criteria can be
modified in the route settings.
This function allows you to save
the selected position in the address book.
Select
3
Move around the map to position
the cursor on your destination,
then confirm by pressing “Select”:
the system calculates the route.
“Information”
This function enables you to fund
details (address, latitude and longitude) on the selected position.
Note: if you do not touch the screen,
this page will close after ten seconds
and guidance will start automatically
if there is no restriction affecting your
journey.
To confirm your destination and activate guidance, press button Go.
Pop-up menu 3
Select a destination as described
previously and then press 3 to
access the following functions:
– “Places around cursor”;
– “Add to address book”;
– “Information”.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.10
At the end of the calculation, the system
displays a navigation summary.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (6/7)
4
“Route Alternatives”
Overview
Short.
5
Overview
Short.
This option allows you to change the
route calculation methods from the following three proposals (to the right of
the screen):
– “Fast”;
– “Economical”;
– “Short”.
“Itinerary”
Go
Go
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Route summary
Pop-up menu 6
The screen has two areas:
Press the pop-up menu button 6 to
access the following menus:
– Zone 4 shows the calculation method
used;
– the journey zone 5 shows a route
summary (distance, journey time,
traffic and restrictions affecting your
journey).
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In the upper part of the screen there
are three tabs (Normal, Road list, and
Summary) enabling you to preview the
route to your destination.
“Route Alternatives”;
“Itinerary”;
“Route”;
“Simulate route”;
“Add route to address book”.
To start guidance to your destination,
press the “Go” button at the bottom of
the screen.
2.11
ENTERING A DESTINATION (7/7)
Route
Route Planning Method
Short.
Motorways
Toll roads
On
Ferries
Car shuttle train
Latest map guarantee
The route preferences are restrictions
which affect the route calculation. For
further information, please refer to the
section on “Map”.
Once your new vehicle has been delivered, you will have a limited time in
which to update the map for free. Once
this time has elapsed, you will need to
pay for updates.
On
Unpaved
roads
Period charge
Route preferences
OFF
On
On
On
“Route”
“Route Planning Method”
This function allows you to change the
route calculation method. By choosing
a route calculation method, you also
define this route calculation method by
default for your nearby destinations.
“Simulate route”
This function enables the route you will
be taking to be simulated up to destination. Press “Control” to display the control bar.
For further information, please contact
an Authorised Dealer of brand.
The control bar permits the following
functions:
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fast backward;
fast forward;
pause;
playing speed.
“Route Alternatives”
This function makes it possible to add
the route previously entered in the address book on the multimedia system.
To understand the various methods for
calculating the route, please refer to the
section on “Map”.
Updates (especially of maps) are
published regularly. In some cases,
it is possible that roads alter and that
the mapping is not yet up to date.
2.12
TRAFFIC (1/2)
Traffic
There are no events on your route.
Significant events: :
Traffic event summary
Press the “Traffic” icon to display a
summary of any incidents appearing
along your route.
Total delay :
Traffic event list
Flow events :
Closed roads :
Press “Events list” on the incident summary screen to view all the incidents affecting your route. Tap the traffic category you are interested in.
Accident :
Reserved lanes:
Others :
Events list
Traffic incident details
Press on one of the items in the list to
view details and to display the relevant
section of route on the map.
Traffic display
The navigation system indicates traffic
incidents:
Select “More” to display current traffic
conditions on the map.
– by a colour (from green to red) on the
map depending on the traffic;
– by displaying traffic icons on the
map.
A traffic icon is displayed on the navigation screen to show you whether traffic incidents are announced. When an
incident occurs on your route, an icon
indicates the type of upcoming incident
on your route.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
2.13
TRAFFIC (2/2)
“Traffic” menu
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
“Navigation” then “Traffic” to access the
updated road information.
The “Traffic” uses the TMC (Traffic
Message Channel) information service
on band FM or receives information by
satellite. This service provides information on traffic incidents by indicating
points on the map and covers the main
routes.
Traffic settings
Press the pop-up menu button, then
“Traffic settings” to access the following
settings:
“Traffic”
Activate this option to receive road and
traffic information online in real time.
This service offers more frequent updates (approximately every two minutes), covering main and secondary
roads.
“TomTom Traffic" is accessible free of
charge during a trial period. When the
service comes to an end, a message on
the screen of your multimedia system
will warn you. You can extend your subscription at a later stage.
You can choose the period of delay
from which you wish the system to suggest a diversion.
The system can, depending on your selection, either suggest the diversion or
follow it automatically.
If you do not want to extend your subscription, you can use the TMC information service (this service offers less
frequent traffic updates. To do this,
please download and install the application from R-Link Store using your
multimedia system.
“Event types”
Note: the rest of the options given
below are only available if this function
is activated.
“Detour”
Activate this option to enable the navigation system to use traffic information
in real time to calculate your route. If
incidents are affecting your route, the
navigation system may suggest a diversion.
Select this option to open a list of traffic incident types. For each type of incident:
– “Consider event”: activate this function so that the system takes this incident into account in preparation for
a possible route recalculation.
– “Visible”: activate this function to
make the previously selected incident visible on the route itinerary.
The availability of the “Traffic” services may vary.
2.14
ROUTE (1/4)
Edit route
“Itinerary” menu
Current GPS Position
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Edit route
Add
From the home screen, press Menu,
Navigation then Itinerary to access the
following menus:
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“Edit route”;
“Stop guidance”;
“Traffic on route”;
“Avoidances”;
“Overview”;
“Route”;
“Simulate route”.
“Edit route”
Current GPS Position
Add
Route de Chalautre
Provins
Add
Go
Go
Choose the departure location the
same way as you choose a destination.
The default start point is your current
GPS position.
Note: this menu is available when
there is a route saved. When there is
no route, you can create one by selecting the “Create route” function.
Setting a start point
To set a start point on the route,
press 1, “Set Start Point”, then “Set
new point”.
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Note: setting a start point freezes the
GPS receiver at a predefined location
so that the route is not recalculated
whenever a new position is received.
This can be useful for planning and
saving a future trip.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
2.15
ROUTE (2/4)
Adding a destination
Edit route
To set a new destination, press 3 then
enter a destination. You can select a
point of interest (POI) as detailed previously.
Adding a waypoint
Press one of the buttons 4, between the
start point and the destination, to insert
waypoints so that the route passes by
a particular location, to pick someone
up on the way, for example. Choose the
location the same way as you choose a
destination. Your system will calculate a
new route that passes the waypoint(s)
you chose before reaching your final
destination.
4
Current GPS Position
Edit route
Current GPS Position
4
Route de Chalautre
Provins
3
Go
Go
2
3
2
Pop-up menu 2
The pop-up menu 2 grants access to
the following functions:
– “Select & delete”: this function enables you to delete the waypoints or
the whole route.
“Stop guidance”
Select this function to stop the current navigation.
– “Reorder”: you can manually reorder
your list of waypoints.
To confirm your route, press the “Go”
button at the bottom of the screen. The
system calculates the new route and
the guidance will begin.
2.16
“Traffic on route”
This function displays the traffic map
during the route.
ROUTE (3/4)
“Avoidances”
To avoid certain sections of the route
in the event of a traffic jam not flagged
up by the system, select “Avoidances”
from the “Itinerary” menu.
You can choose to avoid the following elements:
– “Specific sections”: to avoid a certain type of road on the route. For
example, you can skip a section of
motorway or a ferry.
– “Guidance portion”: to indicate a
preferred distance over which the
saved route should be avoided.
The screen displays the distance,
the avoided section of the route
and the detour on the map. You
can also see the estimated route
length and duration change compared to the original route on the
top of the screen.
– “Specific road”: to avoid a road on
your route. For example, you can
skip a road where you expect heavy
traffic, but the Traffic system has not
warned you about it.
Overview
Short.
– “Restore original route”: to cancel
detours you set previously.
In all cases you are presented with a
map screen, where you can see the
avoided section, the detour and the estimated change in length and duration
and the duration in relation to your initially calculated route.
To confirm your settings, press “Accept”.
Go
“Overview”
The route overview can be displayed
by pressing “Overview” from the
“Itinerary” menu or after selecting a
destination and calculating the route.
The top part of the screen shows the
total route length and the total time
that it takes to get to the destination.
You can also see possible delays
caused by traffic events.
2.17
ROUTE (4/4)
Route preferences
Overview
Overview
Short.
Fast;
The route preferences are restrictions which affect the route calculation. Please refer to the section on
“Map”.
Short.
Economical;
This function enables the route you
will be taking to be simulated up to
destination. Press “Control” to display the control bar.
5
Pop-up menu 5
Press 5 to access the following functions:
–
–
–
–
–
“Route Alternatives”;
“Itinerary”;
“Route”;
“Simulate route”;
“Add route to address book”.
For further information, please refer to
the section on “Entering a destination”.
“Route”
“Type of route”
This function enables you to change
the current route calculation method
and to recalculate. By choosing this
type of route itinerary, you are also
setting the default route calculation
method for future route calculations.
To fund out about the various methods of calculating a route, please
refer to the section on “Map”.
2.18
“Simulate route”
Go
Go
The control bar enables the following
functions:
–
–
–
–
fast backward;
fast forward;
pause;
playing speed.
NAVIGATION SETTINGS (1/3)
“Safety warnings”
“Settings” menu
From the “Navigation” menu, press
“Settings”, then select the subcategory
you wish to change:
–
–
–
–
–
“Sound and warnings”;
“Route”;
“Traffic”;
«Map settings»;
“Visual guidance”.
“Sound and warnings”
This menu allows you to define the
synthetic voice in the multimedia
system, the various sounds and the
navigation warnings.
“Navigation voice”
This menu enables you to adjust the
following settings:
– choosing the synthetic voice;
– adjusting the synthetic voice to;
– choosing the synthetic voice language.
“Speed warning”
This menu enables activation/deactivation of the following warnings:
To reset your data and go back
to the default settings, press the
pop-up menu button, then Reset.
– speed limit;
– speeding;
– speed limit excess sound.
This menu enables you to activate or
deactivate the various safety warnings and to set them in order to activate a sound and/or visual alarm
when approaching certain locations
such as schools, level crossings,
hazardous areas, etc.
You can programme the navigation
system so that it displays these increased vigilance points on the map,
and so that you can be warned by
a beep when you approach these
areas.
For some of these areas, there is a
legal or recommended speed limit.
The beep may differ depending on
whether you are driving under or over
the speed limit.
Choose to be warned when approaching these increased vigilance
areas or only when you are exceeding the speed limit.
Note: you cannot activate the speeding and overspeed warnings if the
speed limit warning is deactivated.
In certain countries it is illegal to activate the camera warning option
and this could lead to prosecution.
2.19
NAVIGATION SETTINGS (2/3)
“Warning sign alerts”
This menu enables you to activate or
disable the various road sign alerts.
Activate this function so that the
system indicates when approaching specific sections of road (obstacles, tight corners, crossings, etc.)
by displaying road signs on the map
screen. For each category of warning
sign, set the warning type (audio and/
or visual) and the distance from the
hazard from which you want to receive a warning.
“Route warning”
This menu enables you to activate or
disable the alerts affecting your route
such as pedestrian areas, inaccessible areas or areas requiring special
access permissions.
“Route”
“Route Planning Method”
This function enables the current route
calculation method to be changed and
to recalculate if necessary. By choosing this type of route itinerary, you are
also setting the default route calculation
method for future route calculations.
To understand the various methods for
calculating the route, please refer to the
section on “Map”.
“Traffic”
This menu enables you to activate or
deactivate traffic information, and to
adjust the settings. For further information, please refer to the section on
“Traffic”.
Note: the availability of the “Traffic”
services may vary.
“Map Settings”
Route preferences
The route preferences are restrictions
which affect the route calculation. For
further information, please refer to the
section on “Map”.
This function enables you to set the
map display, point of view of the map,
etc. For more information, refer to the
section entitled “Map”.
Precautions regarding
navigation
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2.20
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver while driving the
vehicle.
NAVIGATION SETTINGS (3/3)
“Visual guidance”
This menu displays information relating
to your route on the navigation screen.
“Data fields”
The data fields in the corner of the
navigation screen can be customised. Select this option and choose the
values you want to see. The values
can differ depending on whether you
are following a route or whether you
are travelling without a set destination.
You can choose to display the remaining distance to your destination/next
waypoint, the remaining time until you
reach your destination/next waypoint,
or the estimated arrival time for your
destination/next waypoint.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
“Signposts”
“Tunnel view”
Whenever relevant information is available, such as information similar to that
displayed on road signs, it will be displayed in the upper section of the map.
You can turn this feature on or off.
When entering a tunnel, the surface
roads and buildings can count as a disturbance. This feature shows a generic
image of a tunnel instead of the map.
A top-down overview of the tunnel and
the remaining distance to the tunnel
exit are also displayed.
“Junction view”
If you are approaching a motorway
junction or a complex crossroads and
the necessary information exists, the
map is replaced with a 3D view of the
junction. You can activate this function
or keep the standard display throughout your route.
To reset your data and go back
to the default settings, press the
pop-up menu button, then Reset.
2.21
2.22
Multimedia
Listen to the radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multimedia settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2
3.10
3.12
3.14
3.16
3.1
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (1/8)
“Multimedia”
menu
1
3
Presets
Frequencies
2
3
1
Frequencies
From the main menu, press
“Multimedia”, then “Radio” or the 1
shortcut from any menu.
4
Stations
2
Presets
Band
“Radio”
Band
Selecting a band
Select FM, AM or DR by pressing
“Band” on the touchscreen.
It is also possible to choose the band
by using the control under the steering wheel.
“AM”
Choosing a AM station
Choosing a FM station
There are different modes for choosing a radio station. After choosing
AM, select the required mode by
pressing tabs 2 or 3.
Two search modes are available:
There are different modes for choosing a radio station. After choosing FM,
select the required mode by pressing
tabs 2, 3 or 4. Three search modes
are available:
– “Frequencies” mode (tab 3);
– “Stations” mode (tab 4);
– “Presets” mode (tab 2).
– “Frequencies” mode (tab 3);
– “Presets” mode (tab 2).
You can select a saved station using
the button on the steering column
control.
3.2
“FM”
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (2/8)
FM
Frequencies
Stations
FM
3
Presets
5
6
6
4
2
Frequencies
Stations
Presets
FM
Frequencies
Stations
Presets
8
7
7
Band
Band
Band
“Frequencies” mode
“Stations” mode (FM only)
This mode allows stations to be
searched for either manually or automatically by scanning the selected
range of frequencies.
This mode allows you to find a station
by name from an alphabetical list. It
is possible to scan up to 50 available
radio stations.
To scan the frequency range, you have
two options:
– manual search: scan through the frequencies by successively pressing
the frequency area 5 or by pressing 6;
– automatic search: move forwards
or backwards to the next station by
pressing 7.
Flick the list to scroll through all the stations. The radio station 8 you stopped
on is played. You can also press a radio
station on the list to play.
The names of the radio stations that do
not use the RDS system or if the vehicle
is located in a bad radio reception area,
they will not appear on the screen. Only
their frequency is displayed and sorted
at the beginning of the list.
3.3
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (3/8)
“Save as preset”
FM
Frequencies
Stations
This function stores the station currently being played. To do this:
– from either the “Frequencies” or
“Stations” mode, press 10, then
“Save as preset” and select a location 9.
Or
– from the “Presets” mode, press and
hold one of the buttons 9 until you
hear a beep and a message is displayed at the top of the screen.
Presets
FM
Frequencies
Stations
Presets
9
Band
9
10
Band
10
“Presets” mode
Pop-up menu 9
This mode allows you to recall on
demand those stations which you have
already stored (refer to information on
“Saving a station” in this section).
Press one of the buttons 9 (numbered
1 to 12) to select the radio station you
wish to listen to.
Depending on the band selected (AM or
FM) and the mode activated, press 10
to:
–
–
–
–
You can store up to twelve stations per
band.
“Change source”;
“Save as preset”;
access Settings radio;
access Sound settings.
“Change source”
This function allows you to change the
audio source (Radio, USB, AUX, etc.).
You can select a saved station using
the button on the steering column
control.
3.4
You can change audio source using
the button on the steering column
control.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (4/8)
“Settings”
“Region”
“Sound settings”
From this menu, you can activate or deactivate the following elements:
The frequency of an “FM” radio station
may change depending on the geographical area.
This function allows you to set the sound
balance and to increase or decrease
the value of the low pitch sounds and
treble. For further information, please
refer to the section on ‘’Multimedia settings”.
–
–
–
–
“AM";
“Radio text”;
“Region”;
“TA / I-Traffic”;
”AM“
This menu enables you to activate/deactivate the band AM.
“Radio text”
(Text information)
Some FM radio stations broadcast
text information relating to their programmes (e.g. song titles).
Note: This information is only available
for certain radio stations.
Activate this function to continue listening to the same radio station while driving. The audio system will automatically
track frequency changes without interruption.
Note: Stations in the same network
sometimes broadcast different programmes or use different programme
service names.
“TA / I-Traffic”
(Traffic information)
When this function is activated, your
audio system makes it possible to automatically receive traffic bulletins when
they are broadcast on certain FM radio
stations (depending on the country).
3.5
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (5/8)
DR
11
Channels
Stations
Presets
13
12
– Stations mode 12;
– Presets mode 13.
“Channels” mode
This mode allows the user to scan for a
radio station manually by pressing one
of the buttons15.
Stations and Presets mode
Please refer to information “Stations”
mode and “Presets” mode above.
Pop-up menu 14
15
Band
14
« DR »
Choosing a DR station
Depending on the mode selected,
press 14 to:
– access Interactive;
– “Change source” (Radio, USB etc.) ;
– “Save as preset”;
– “Update list”;
– access the “Settings” or “Multimedia
settings” in mode DR.
“Interactive”
Press 14 then “Interactive” to:
– access EPG;
– access Slideshow;
– access Graphic service.
“EPG”
(EPG)
This menu is used to check DR programme schedules.
“Graphic service”
(digital radio)
Digital radio offers a greater choice of
radio stations, better listening quality
and additional information.
This menu is used to see the website
provided by the current station when
you have a connection.
There are different modes for choosing a radio station. After choosing
DR, select the mode by pressing one
of the three available tabs:
– Channels mode 11;
You can select a saved station using
the button on the steering column
control.
3.6
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (6/8)
DR
DR
Channels
Stations
Presets
Channels
Stations
Presets
DR
Channels
Stations
Presets
16
BBC Radio 1
9D BBC National DAB
Band
“Change source”
“Slideshow”
This function allows you to change the
audio source (Radio, USB, AUX, etc.).
This menu is used to see images
provided by the station in slideshow.
Storing a station
You can also access this menu by
pressing 16.
You can also give a long press on one
of the preset buttons until you hear a
beep.
Note: the slideshow 16 is displayed
when the Time shift function (direct
control) is deactivated.
Band
Band
14
14
“Update list”
Select this menu to update the list of
radio stations.
From “Channels” mode or “Stations”
mode, press 14 then “Save as preset”.
You can store up to twelve stations per
band.
You can change audio source using
the button on the steering column
control.
3.7
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (7/8)
“Settings”
From modes Channels, Stations or
Presets, press 14 then Settings to
access the digital radio settings. From
the settings, you can activate or deactivate the following elements:
–
–
–
–
–
DR
Channels
Some digital radio stations broadcast
text information relating to their programmes (e.g.: song titles).
Note: This information is only available
for certain radio stations.
Presets
Channels
Stations
Presets
17
“Radio text”;
“Simulcast/Handover”;
“Time shift”;
“TA / I-Traffic”;
“I-Announcement”.
“Radio text”
(text information)
DR
Stations
18
Band
14
“Simulcast/Handover”
When current digital radio station has
poor reception, activate this function so
that your audio system can automatically reconnect to the same station as
your current FM station.
Band
“Time shift”
Timeshift
This function enables you to listen to
the radio station using the scroll bar 18.
Press 17 to pause the audio system
and start recording the current station.
Press  to restart playback of the recorded station. After playing, you can
move playing by using scroll bar 18.
Note: Press Live or wait for the scroll
bar to reach the end to go back to listening to the radio station live.
3.8
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (8/8)
“TA / I-Traffic”
(traffic information)
Depending on the country, your audio
system makes it possible to automatically receive traffic bulletins when they
are broadcast on certain digital radio
stations.
“I-Announcement”
Press “I-Announcement” then activate
or deactivate below announcements.
For each activated announcement,
your audio system makes it possible to
automatically receive information when
it is broadcast on certain digital radio
stations:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Transport news”;
“Warning”;
“Information”;
“Weather”;
“Event”;
“Special Event”;
“Radio Info”;
“Sport”;
“Finance”.
3.9
MEDIA (1/2)
“Multimedia”
menu
From the main menu, press
“Multimedia”, then “Media” or press
the 1 shortcut from any menu to get
direct access to the media type currently in use.
1
1
USB
Player
Current list
HP_v210w
Player
Current list
Navigate to
“Media”
This menu enables you to listen to
music from an auxiliary source (audio
CD, USB, SD card, etc.). Select an
input source connected to the system
in the following list, to access the
audio files:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3.10
“USB-1" (USB port);
“USB-2" (USB port);
« Bluetooth » ;
“SD” (SD card);
“CD" (audio CD or MP3);
“AUX-1" (Jack socket);
“AUX-2" (Jack socket).
Navigate to
Note: the input sources described
above may vary.
From the main folder, you can access:
Note: depending on the audio source
selected, certain functions cannot be
accessed.
– the folders, music, genres, artists,
albums and playlists;
– the audio files;
– the folders and/or audio files.
Note: Only available sources can be
selected. Unavailable sources won’t be
shown on the screen.
MEDIA (2/2)
USB
2
Player
Current list
2
HP_v210w
Player
– activate or deactivate shuffle for all
lists;
– access sound ambiance;
– access sound settings.
Current list
“Navigate to”
Press button Navigate to to access the
playlists by category (Playlist, Artists,
Albums, Podcast, etc.)
7
3
Navigate to
7
6
5
4
3
Navigate to
6
“Player”
You can choose between playing all the
tracks or playing a single track.
When playing a track, you can:
– access the current playback list 2;
– access the next track by pressing 3
or press and hold to fast forward
through the current track.
– pause by pressing 5;
4
5
Note: The system reads all tracks by
default.
Note: the playlists described above
vary depending on the input source
connected.
– access the previous track by pressing 6;
– view the scroll bar 7 and use it to
select the media type.
Note: depending on the input source
connected, the display on the multimedia screen will vary.
Pop-up menu 4
During playback, the pop-up menu 4
enables you to:
– change source;
– activate or deactivate repeat playback for the current track;
You can change media using the
button on the steering column control.
3.11
PHOTO (1/2)
Holiday photos.jpg
“Multimedia”
menu
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From the main menu, press
“Multimedia”, “Photo”, then select an
input source connected to the system
from the following list to access the
photos:
– “USB-1" (USB port);
– “USB-2" (USB port);
– “SD" (SD card).
2
3
1
Note: Some formats may not be readable by the system.
1
Note: the input sources described
above may vary.
“Photo”
Playback
You can choose between reading all
the photos in a slideshow or viewing
a single photo.
When viewing a photo, you can:
– access the previous and next
photo by flicking image view area;
Photo playback is only possible
when the vehicle is stationary.
3.12
2
3
– hide/show the status and control bar
by pressing the image preview area;
– rotate a photo by pressing 1;
– play a slideshow by pressing 2;
– switch from normal (adjusted) mode
to full screen mode by pressing 3.
PHOTO (2/2)
Note: For more information on compatible photo formats, please consult an
authorised dealer.
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4
5
4
5
Pop-up menu 5
“Settings”
From the photo display screen, press 5
to:
From the settings, you can:
– get detailed information of photos
(title, file type, date, path, etc.);
– set the photo as a user profile;
– Accessing settings
– change the display time for each
photo in the slideshow;
– active/deactivate animation effect
between each photo in the slideshow.
Once the settings have been made,
press 4 to save your changes and
return to the previous screen.
Note: The slideshow animation effect is
activated by default.
Photo playback is only possible
when the vehicle is stationary.
3.13
VIDEO (1/2)
Landscapes
“Multimedia”
menu
From the main menu, press “Multimedia”
> “Video”, then select an input source
connected to the system from the following list to access the videos:
– “USB-1" (USB port);
– “USB-2" (USB port);
– “SD" (SD card).
Note: Some video formats may not be
readable by the system.
2
1
2
3
4
Brightness
5
1
Brightness
Note: the input sources described
above may vary.
“Video”
Playback
When playing a video, you can:
3
4
5
– access the next video by pressing 4
or pressing and holding 4 to fast forward the current video;
– view the video in full screen by pressing 5;
– use the scroll bar 2.
– access the previous video by
pressing 1. During video playback,
press 1 to restart the video from
the beginning, or press and hold to
rewind;
– pause by pressing 3;
Video playback is only possible
when the vehicle is stationary.
3.14
VIDEO (2/2)
“Brightness”
Landscapes
During video playback, press
“Brightness” to control brightness. A
control bar will appear for you to perform the adjustment. Touch the screen
outside this bar to make it disappear
and return to the video playback.
Brightness
6
Brightness
7
6
7
Pop-up menu 7
“Settings”
During video playback, press 7 to:
From the “Settings” menu, you can
choose the type of display: normal (fit)
or full screen. Press 6 to confirm and go
to the previous screen.
– get detail video information (title,
type, date, etc.);
– Accessing settings
Note: For further information about
compatible video formats, please consult an authorised dealer.
3.15
MULTIMEDIA SETTINGS (1/3)
“Settings”
menu
From the “Multimedia” menu, press
“Settings”, then select the element you
wish to modify:
–
–
–
–
–
“Radio”;
“Media”;
“Photo”;
“Video”;
“Sound”.
“Radio”
“Media”
This menu enables you to adjust:
– the main audio volume;
– the sensitivity of the auxiliary
socket (Low, Average or High);
– the Bluetooth® audio source.
This menu enables you to adjust the
type of video display (Fit or Fullscreen
View).
“Photo”
This menu enables you to adjust the
following settings:
This menu also enable the following
photo settings to be adjusted:
–
–
–
–
– change the display time for each
photo in the slideshow;
– active/deactivate animation effect
between each photo in the slideshow.
activate/deactivate “AM ” band;
activate/deactivate “Radio text”;
activate/deactivate “Region”;
activate/deactivate “TA/I-Traffic ”;
“Video”
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
3.16
MULTIMEDIA SETTINGS (2/3)
Balance / Fader
“Sound”
Balance / Fader
This menu allows you to configure
the different sound settings.
centered
Front
“Sound ambiance”
This function enables you to select a
musical environment from the following presets:
–
–
–
–
“Neutral”;
“Live”;
“Club”;
“Lounge”.
Note: You can launch a demonstration mode that allows you to hear the
sound without Arkamys sound enhancement treatment.
“Bass Boost”
This function increases the bass.
1
centered
Front
Manual
Manual
“Balance / Fader”
“Bass / Medium / Treble”
This function sets the sound distribution
balance. Press “centered” or “Front” in
order to optimise the sound distribution for all the vehicle occupants or for
the comfort of rear passengers (audio
muted in the rear and moderate volume
at the front of the vehicle).
Then you touch the screen or when
“Manual” mode is selected, you can
then change the settings by moving
point 1.
This function increases or decreases
the bass, medium or treble sounds.
3.17
MULTIMEDIA SETTINGS (3/3)
“Loudness”
“Volume stabiliser”
You can activate/deactivate bass amplification by pressing “On” or “OFF”.
You can activate/deactivate loudness
by selecting “On” or “OFF”.
“Frequency stabiliser”
Note: to reset the default settings for
each function, press the pop-up menu,
then “Reset”.
Sound settings
Bass Boost
On
OFF
Balance / Fader
Bass / Medium / Treble
“Volume proportional to speed”
When this function is activated, the
volume of the audio system varies according to the vehicle speed.
Press “Volume proportional to speed”
then select “On” or “OFF” to activate or
deactivate this function.
Set the intensity by increasing/decreasing the value using the + and - buttons.
Note: the volume of the audio system
with Bose equipment varies automatically according to the vehicle speed.
3.18
This function amplifies low and high
frequencies when the volume is turned
down.
You can activate/deactivate loudness
by selecting “On” or “OFF”.
Phone
Pairing/unpairing a telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting/disconnecting a telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2
4.4
4.6
4.9
4.11
4.12
4.14
4.16
4.1
PAIRING, UNPAIRING A TELEPHONE (1/2)
Paired devices list
"Phone" menu
From the main menu, press "Phone"
or press the 1 shortcut from any menu.
This function enables your phone to be
paired with the multimedia system.
Note: If no telephone is connected to
the multimedia system, some menus
will be disabled.
1
Searching device
To use the hands-free features, you need to
establish a Bluetooth connection between
your phone and your system. Do you want to
do that now ?
Warning:
Please make sure your Bluetooth's device
parameter is switched on and your device is
visible over bluetooth
No
OK
To use your hands-free system, pair
your Bluetooth® mobile phone with
the multimedia system. Check that the
Bluetooth® of your phone is activated
and set its status to "visible". For more
information about activating the visible
status of your phone, please refer to
your telephone user manual.
4.2
Your phone is now paired to the multimedia system.
Depending on the model, and if
the system so requests, enter the
Bluetooth® code on your telephone to
pair it to the multimedia system, or confirm the pairing request.
Your phone may ask for authorisation
to share your contacts, call logs and
media.
Pairing the first telephone
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
– Tap the “OK”. The multimedia system
searches for nearby phones with
Bluetooth® activated;
– select your telephone from the list.
From the main menu of your multimedia system:
– press “Phone”.
A message is displayed on the screen
asking you to pair a phone.
Accept sharing to find this information
on the multimedia system.
"Discovery mode"
When the multimedia system searches
for a telephone, press the button
Discovery mode to make the multimedia system visible to other Bluetooth®
devices for a short period of time.
PAIRING, UNPAIRING A TELEPHONE (2/2)
Pairing another telephone
To pair a new telephone to the system:
– Activate the Bluetooth® connection
on your telephone and set its status
to “visible”.
– From the main menu of the multimedia system, press “Phone”,
“Settings”, “Paired devices list” then
“Add device” at the bottom of the
screen.
Your phone may ask for authorisation
to share your contacts, call logs and
media. Accept sharing to find this information on the multimedia system.
Note: The multimedia system can save
up to six telephones.
Unpairing a phone
To unpair a telephone from the multimedia system:
– from the main menu select “Phone”,
“Settings” then “Paired devices list”.
– From the list of paired telephones on
the “Paired devices list” menu, press
the pop-up menu button and select
“Delete devices”.
– Select the device(s) to delete a
telephone from the list then press
“Delete”.
A message is displayed on the screen
asking you to confirm the device search.
– Confirm by pressing “OK”.
Note: If you want to delete all the paired
devices, press the pop-up menu button,
then "Select All" and "Delete".
The multimedia system searches for
nearby phones with Bluetooth® activated.
– Select your telephone from the list of
devices detected.
Your phone is now paired to the multimedia system.
Depending on the model, and if
the system so requests, enter the
Bluetooth® code on your telephone to
pair it to the multimedia system, or confirm the pairing request.
You can pair two phones simultaneously: one for multimedia and another for calling.
4.3
CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING A TELEPHONE (1/2)
Connecting a telephone
No phone can be connected to the
hands-free phone system if it has not
first been paired. For further information, please refer to the section on
“Pairing and unpairing a telephone”.
Paired devices list
1
Téléphone de Camille
Manual connection
To connect a Bluetooth® telephone
to the multimedia system, press the 1
shortcut from any menu. A list of telephones already paired is displayed.
Your phone must be connected to the
hands-free phone system in order to
use all its functions.
Select the telephone that you wish to
be connected and make sure it has
Bluetooth® activated and that it is set
to "visible".
Automatic connection
Changing a connected telephone
Once the multimedia system is started,
the hands-free phone system searches
for any paired phones with Bluetooth®
activated nearby. The system automatically downloads the data for the
last telephone connected (phonebook,
music, etc.).
To change the connected telephone,
you will first have to pair more than one
telephone.
– Select Phone from the main menu,
Settings then Paired devices list;
– Press on the telephone you wish to
connect.
Note: if a call is ongoing while the telephone is being connected, it will automatically be transferred to the vehicle
loudspeakers.
4.4
Add device
Note: Upon the automatic connection of your telephone to the multimedia system, data downloads (phonebook, music, contacts, etc.) will only be
enabled if you previously allowed data
sharing when pairing your telephone to
the multimedia system. For further information, please refer to the section on
“Pairing and unpairing a telephone”.
You will find the list of phones already
paired.
Note: For more information on compatible phones, contact an authorised
dealer or visit the manufacturer’s website if available.
CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING A TELEPHONE (2/2)
Allow data sharing
To access your phonebook and to
music stored on your phone directly
from the R-Link 2 multimedia system,
you will have to allow data sharing. To
do this:
Disconnect a phone
Paired devices list
Téléphone de Camille
2
3
– From the “Phone” menu, press
“Settings” then “Paired devices list”.
You will find the list of phones already
paired.
– Select the functions to be paired:
– Hands-free function 2: accessing
the phonebook, making and receiving a call, accessing the call log etc.
– Media function3: access to the
music.
Note: The warning light on the function
icon indicates that it is activated.
Add device
Note: some telephones do not activate
the media function unless they contain
at least one music file.
From the “Phone” menu, press
“Settings” then press “Paired devices
list”.
Press buttons 2 and/or 3 to switch off
the warning lights and deactivate the
telephone and multimedia functions.
Your phone will be disconnected once
the warning lights have been switched
off.
Switching off the telephone will also
cause it to be disconnected from the
multimedia system.
Note: If a call is in progress when the
phone is disconnected, the call will be
automatically transferred to your phone
Note: Some phones may allow automatic data transfer.
4.5
PHONE CALL (1/3)
Incoming call
1
1
"Phone" menu
Incoming call
Making a call
From the "Phone" menu or from the 1
shortcut, you can make a call by selecting:
– a contact from the phonebook;
Daisy Wiston
Daisy Wiston
+3314289632
+33156789012
Call duration
00 : 50
Incoming call
Incoming call
Call duration
00 : 15
– a number from the call log;
End Phone Call
– the keypad to dial the number.
Note: from the home page, press the
"Favourites" widget to access contacts
you have already marked as favourites.
Please refer to the “Add, manage widgets” section for further information.
End Phone Call
Receiving a call
"Accept"
When receiving a call, the “Calls received” screen is displayed, giving the
following information:
To pick up a call, press “Accept”.
– the name of the contact (if the
number is present in your handset
memory or the phonebook list);
“Decline” a call
– the caller’s number (if the number is
not present in your handset memory);
Press “End Phone Call” to end the call.
To reject a call, press and hold Decline.
The person calling you will be redirected to your voicemail.
– "No caller ID" (if the number cannot
be viewed).
It is possible to adjust the volume
using the steering column control.
4.6
PHONE CALL (2/3)
“Put on hold” the call
Press the "Put on hold" button or press
the pop-up menu button, then "Put on
hold" in order to allow the multimedia
system to pick up incoming calls and
automatically put them on standby. A
voice synthesizer informs your callers
that their call is on standby.
2
Transfer to phone
To transfer the call to your telephone,
press "Transfer to phone" or press the
pop-up menu button then "Transfer to
phone".
You can answer/end a call by pressing directly on control 2 on the steering wheel.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
4.7
PHONE CALL (3/3)
Incoming call
3
3
2
Incoming call
Daisy Wiston
Daisy Wiston
+3314289632
+33156789012
Call duration
00 : 50
Incoming call
Incoming call
Call duration
8
7
6
00 : 15
End Phone Call
4
5
During a call
During a call you can:
– adjust the volume by pressing the
control buttons under the steering
wheel of your vehicle or by pressing 5 then “Sound settings”;
– end a call by pressing "End Phone
Call" or by pressing the button 2 on
your steering wheel;
4.8
End Phone Call
6
5
– place a call on hold by pressing
button 7 or by pressing 5 then "Put
on hold". To pick up a call on hold,
press button 7 or press 5 then
"Retrieve call";
– transfer the call to the connected
phone by pressing button 8 or by
pressing 5 then "Transfer to phone";
– pick up a second call by pressing the
notification displayed at the bottom
of the screen to indicate a new incoming call;
– display the numeric keypad by pressing button 4.
Note: some telephones may disconnect from the multimedia system during
a call transfer.
During a call, you can return to other
multimedia system functions (navigation etc.) by pressing button 3 or 6.
PHONEBOOK (1/2)
Phonebook
“Phonebook”
Menu
From the main menu, press “Phone”
or press the 1 shortcut from any menu,
then “Phonebook” to access the phonebook for your telephone from your multimedia system.
1
Amélie
Anthony
Note: to access the phonebook via the
multimedia system, you will need to authorise data sharing on your telephone.
Please refer to the “Pairing, unpairing a
telephone” section, and your telephone
user manual.
Note: the contacts from your phone
must be saved on the SIM card before
they can be viewed on the multimedia
system.
Aurélie
Aurore
Updating the phonebook
Search
2
Downloading the phone
memory
You can manually update your phone
contacts in the multimedia system
phonebook via Bluetooth®. Press
button 2 and then press “Update list”.
By default, when pairing and connecting
a telephone, the contacts are synchronised automatically if hands-free connection is activated (Refer to “Manual
connection” in the “Connecting, disconnecting a telephone” section).
You can browse through the list of
contacts in the phonebook using the
steering column control.
4.9
PHONEBOOK (2/2)
Searching contacts
Press “Search” to display virtual keyboard. You can search the contact by
entering their name.
Confidentiality
The list of contacts for each phone is
stored in the memory by the hands-free
phone system.
For reasons of confidentiality, each
downloaded contacts list can only be
viewed when the corresponding telephone is connected.
Making a call from the
phonebook
Once the telephone is connected to the
multimedia system, from the main menu
press “Phone”, then “Phonebook”.
Select the contact and then press
the contact’s number. The call will be
started automatically.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
4.10
CALL LOG
Call logs
“Call logs”
Menu
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
Call logs
Caroline Felini
06 87 65 43 21
Accessing the call log
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
“Phone” or press the 4 shortcut from
any menu, then “Call logs” to access
your call history.
The call log places the various calls in
four tabs:
1 All calls (incoming,
missed);
2 incoming calls;
3 missed calls;
5 outgoing calls.
outgoing,
For each list, the contacts are listed
from the most recent to the oldest.
5
Benjamin Legrand
06 12 34 56 78
Benjamin Legrand
Caroline Felini
06 87 65 43 21
Benjamin Legrand
06 12 34 56 78
Bernard Dupont
01 64 28 20 09
06 12 34 56 78
Daisy Wiston
06 56 78 90 12
Search
Search
6
6
Browsing the call log
Searching contacts
Press a tab to view its content.
Press “Search” to display virtual keyboard. You can search the contact by
entering their name using the keypad.
Swipe up and down to scroll through
the list of calls.
Updating the call log
Press 6 and select “Update list”. A message will notify you that the data has
been updated.
Making a call from the call
log
Press one of the four tabs, then select
the contact/number to dial. The call will
be started automatically.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
4.11
DIAL A NUMBER (1/2)
Dial number
“Dial number”
menu
1
1 2
2
Dial number
Making a call by dialling a number
A
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
“Phone” or press the 1 shortcut from
any menu, then “Dial number” to access
the keypad to dial a number.
A
Enter the desired number using the
keypad A, then press Call to make the
call.
Call
Call
Voice mail
To access voicemail, press the 2 key.
If the voicemail box is not configured,
the configuration screen will be displayed. Enter your voicemail number
using the A keypad, then confirm.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
4.12
DIAL A NUMBER (2/2)
Enter a number using voice control
It is possible to dial a number using the
voice control included with your multimedia system. To do this:
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– say “Phone” after the beep;
– dictate the telephone number you
wish to call.
Note: it is recommended to dictate the
numbers either one at a time or two at
a time.
– The system displays the stated
number, say “Call” to call the number
or “Delete”/“Start again” to dictate a
different number.
Complete a number using voice
control
When you begin entering a telephone
number using the multimedia system
keypad:
– press the voice control button;
– complete the telephone number
using your voice or say “Call” after
the beep if you have already entered
the full number and wish to launch
the call.
Note: for more information on the use
of voice recognition, refer to the section
entitled “Using voice recognition”.
4.13
SMS (1/2)
1
Settings
“SMS” Menu
Bluetooth
1
On
Settings
Paired devices list
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
“Phone” or the 1 shortcut from any
menu, then “SMS” to access the SMS
for your telephone via the multimedia
system.
No phone can be connected to the
hands-free phone system if it has not
first been paired. For more information, please refer to the information
on “Pairing a telephone” in the section
“Pairing, unpairing a telephone”.
Your phone must be connected to the
hands-free phone system in order to
use all its functions.
Note: to access SMS from the multimedia system, you need to authorise data
sharing and notifications on your telephone. For more information, please
refer to the section on “Pairing, unpairing a telephone” and your telephone instructions.
Change pass code
0000
Bluetooth
Sound levels
Paired devices list
Voice mail settings
Change pass code
0000
Automatic hold
OFF
SMS
OFF
Note: only SMS can be read via the
multimedia system. Other types of
message may not be read.
Using SMS
With the telephone connected to the
system, press SMS from the Phone
menu. While driving, press the message you wish to have read out by the
multimedia system voice.
On
OFF
Receiving SMS on the system
By default, after pairing and the telephone connection, when a new message is received, it will be available on
the multimedia system.
Note: only the messages received after
pairing of the telephone to the multimedia system will be available.
Note: reading SMS is only possible
when the vehicle is stationary.
Depending on the make and model
of your phone, certain functions
may not work.
4.14
SMS (2/2)
Searching SMS
Detail
You can search SMS by pressing
“Search”, then by entering a keyword
using the digital keypad.
Press one of the SMS in the list to get
details. You can find contact name,
number (if the number is present in
your handset memory or the phonebook list) and message.
Sorting SMS
To sort SMS by time or contact name,
press the pop-up menu button.
You can call the contact directly by
pressing “Call” if this number is saved
in the memory or in your phonebook.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
4.15
TELEPHONE SETTINGS (1/2)
1
Settings
"Settings"
menu
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the home screen press
"Menu", "Phone" or press the 1 shortcut from any menu, then "Settings" to
access the following settings:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
"Bluetooth" ("On"/"OFF");
"Paired devices list";
"Change pass code";
"Sound levels";
"Voice mail settings";
"Automatic hold" ("On"/"OFF");
"Smartphone Help";
"SMS" ("On"/"OFF").
Bluetooth
Settings
Paired devices list
Change pass code
0000
Bluetooth
Sound levels
Paired devices list
Voice mail settings
Change pass code
0000
Automatic hold
OFF
SMS
OFF
On
OFF
"Bluetooth"
"Change pass code";
This option activates or deactivates the
multimedia system Bluetooth®.
This option changes the Bluetooth®
password.
"Paired devices list"
Note: The current password is displayed - the default password is 0000.
This option enables you to:
– view the list of paired devices;
– activate and/or deactivate a function
on a connected telephone;
– add a Bluetooth® device;
– delete one or more paired devices.
For more information, please refer to
the “Pairing/unpairing a telephone” section.
4.16
1
On
TELEPHONE SETTINGS (2/2)
"Sound levels"
“SMS”
This option adjusts the sound level of:
You can activate or deactivate SMS.
– the "Phone ringtone";
– the "Phone call";
– the "Microphone gain";
Note: to reset the settings, press the
pop-up menu button, then "Reset".
"Voice mail settings"
For more information, please refer to
the information on “Configuring voicemail” in the relevant section.
"Automatic hold"
This option activates or deactivates the
automatic placing of incoming calls on
hold.
"Smartphone Help"
This option gives access to a tutorial on
how to use your telephone's voice recognition with the multimedia system.
Depending on the make and model
of your phone, certain functions
may not work.
4.17
4.18
Apps
Introduction to the apps menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
my apps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
R-Link Store. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
App manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
App settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Android Auto™, CarPlay™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
My Renault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.14
5.1
INTRODUCTION TO THE APPS MENU
“Apps” menu
From the home screen, press Menu,
then Apps to access the following
menus:
–
–
–
–
“My apps”;
« R-Link Store » ;
“App manager ";
“Private life ".
Some services are freely accessible
during the trial period. You can extend
your subscription from the R-Link Store
in your vehicle or online via the manufacturer's website.
5.2
Introduction to R-Link Store
Connect
Your multimedia system is connected to
allow direct access to the services offered.
The Log In button at the bottom of the
screen is:
R-Link Store is the applications store for
your multimedia system. Here you can
buy applications, functions and services through a secure online system.
For further information, please refer to
the section on “R-Link Store”.
– Visible and active: if services are not
activated and the vehicle is stationary.
– Greyed out: if services are not activated but the vehicle is not stationary or a connection is not available
at that specific moment.
– Not there: if services are activated or
have already been activated.
MY APPS
Note: The “Organise apps” button is
disabled while driving.
“My apps”
menu
From the home screen, press Menu,
Apps then My apps to access the multimedia system applications.
The apps installed on your navigation
system will be displayed. Press the required app icon to launch the app.
My apps
Profiles used...
Coyote
Calculator
Aquarium
E-mail
Fuel prices
Note: If the list of apps has more than
one page, swipe the screen to move to
the next or previous page.
Organize applications
To organise your apps, press the
pop-up button, then “Organise apps”.
App reorganisation can be done directly by dragging-and-dropping them.
Applications can be deleted by pressing delete button “X”. If the app cannot
be deleted, the delete button is not displayed.
5.3
R-LINK STORE (1/4)
– “Category”: shows apps by theme
(entertainment, maps etc.)
R-Link Store
“R-Link Store”
Menu
Select
Best
Category
Select an application to get a description.
The pop-up menu 1 grants access to
the following elements:
From the home screen, press Menu,
Apps then R-Link Store to access the
online store. It enables you to acquire
apps, services and content. R-Link
Store can be accessed directly from
your multimedia system or from an
Internet-connected computer once you
have activated the services.
Note: Some products can only be purchased from R-Link Store via a computer connected to the Internet. In this
case, a message will be displayed to
notify you. Please refer to “Downloading
and installing applications from a computer” in this section.
Note: Some applications require payment. For further information about
buying apps, please see the general
conditions of sale.
Find
1
2
Downloading and installing
applications from R-Link
Store
The available apps are classified in
three tabs:
– “Select”: presents a selection of
apps;
– “Best”: classifies apps by order of
popularity;
Access to the R-Link Store is only
available if the services have been
activated and the vehicle is stationary.
5.4
– “Update list”: enables you to search
for available updates for apps, services and content installed;
– “My products”: gives a summary of
the elements bought along with the
expiry dates for the products concerned;
– “Legal information”: displays the
legal information about R-Link Store.
You can search for applications on
R-Link Store. To do this, press button 2
“Find”, then enter all or part of the name
of the application you are searching for.
R-LINK STORE (2/4)
Product sheet
Aquarium
Renault
Purchase
Description
Create your own sea aquarium.
Preview:
Technical data:
Category: entertainment
Size:: 2.48 MB
Version : 2.0.20131106.0_494
Author: Renault SA
Press Purchase to choose a type payment.
The multimedia system offers three
types of payment: either from a My
Renault account, or by credit or debit
card.
Select one of the two options, tick the
box to accept the general conditions
of sale for R-Link Store, then make the
payment.
Pay using My Renault account
Paying by credit or debit card
To make a payment using your My
Renault account:
– Enter the e-mail address and password for your account, then press
“OK”.
– Choose a credit or debit card from
those already linked to your account,
or add a new one.
– Enter the card details, then press
“Confirm”.
Your app download will begin immediately. Once the application has been
downloaded, its icon will be displayed
in the “My apps” menu.
Enter a valid e-mail address, then press
“OK”. Enter the card details, then press
“Finish”. Your application download will
begin immediately. Once the application has been downloaded, its icon will
be displayed in the “My apps” menu.
Note: the download time for the application can vary depending on the size
of the application and on the reception
quality on the mobile network.
Note: the download time for the application can vary depending on the size
of the application and on the reception
quality on the mobile network.
Note: the card details entered in the
system when making a purchase can
be saved to make future purchases
easier. To delete them from the system,
please see the information on “Deleting
card details” in this section.
Note: To use this type of payment,
you must first create a My Renault account. Please see the information on
“Creating an account in My Renault” in
the next section.
Note: it is mandatory to enter an e-mail
address. An invoice will be sent to this
address, along with the user and installation instructions, depending on the
application purchased.
5.5
R-LINK STORE (3/4)
Note: some products can only be purchased from a computer connected to
the Internet, from the www.myrenault.
com website.
Searching for updates
Create an account on My Renault
web site
Note: Software updates for the multimedia system are only available from
a computer connected to the Internet.
To buy and download applications from
a computer connected to the Internet
from www.myrenault.com, you must
first create an account My Renault:
3
– from a computer connected to the
Internet, open your browser, go to
www.myrenault.com and select your
country;
Downloading and installing
applications from a computer
You can download applications from
a computer connected to the Internet
(particularly useful for large files). You
can also manage your products from
your computer and transfer them to
your multimedia system via USB key or
SD card.
Note: Please make sure your SD card
or USB key has enough space in order
to download your products on it once
purchased on R-Link Store.
– click on the “Connection” button and
follow the steps indicated on the
website.
Log in to your My Renault account,
click on "R-Link" to access your R-Link
2 system updates.
Installing applications via the
external storage devices (USB key,
SD card)
Insert the external storage devices
(USB key, SD card) into the slot on your
vehicle. The multimedia system detects
new applications and installs them automatically.
Once you have created an account and
registered your vehicle in My Renault,
you can explore the catalogue of applications and search for product updates.
Note: for further information, click on
the “Help” 3 menu or see an Authorised
Dealer.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
5.6
R-LINK STORE (4/4)
Managing personal data
Note: the vehicle must be connected to
a mobile network to have the card data
removed.
Purchase
Resetting the system
To reset all the system settings and/
or delete all personal data, select
“System” from the main menu, then
“Factory reset” press the pop-up menu
button and follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: your bank details are never
saved from the vehicle.
4
Data sharing
You can authorise or reject data sharing
from the moment the system is started.
Select “App settings” from the My apps
menu, then Privacy. You can activate/
deactivate data sharing from this menu.
Deleting credit or debit card data
When making purchases from the
R-Link Store, you may have asked to
save your bank details. In this case,
they have been saved to your My
Renault account.
You can delete this data either from the
R-Link Store website accessible from
My Renault, or directly from your vehicle. To do this, press 4 to delete the
bank data you wish to remove. The
credit or debit card data is immediately
deleted.
The availability of the services described may vary.
5.7
APP MANAGER
1
“App manager”
menu
From the home screen, press Menu,
Apps the App manager to access the
app management screen.
App manager
2
Information
About
6
3
5
4
Legal notice
Summary
Version
Date
Author
Legal notice
Memory used
System memory
Application
Data
The amount of memory used 1 and remaining 2 is displayed.
Total
Stop
Information
1: amount of memory used;
2: amount of memory left;
3: indication that the app is
running;
4: app storage size;
5: app name;
6: app icon.
5.8
Applications information
“Legal notice”
To view information about an app, press
on the required app in the list.
Press the Legal notice tab to view information relating to autorisations, if available.
“About”
Press About to access the following information:
– application version;
– application installation date;
– application author;
– application description;
– application memory used.
Note: If the app is running, press “Stop”
to close it. Depending on the app, control Stop can be greyed out even if the
app is running.
APP SETTINGS
“Data sharing”
“Privacy”
menu
From the “App settings” menu, select
Privacy to access the privacy settings.
This menu enables you to activate or
deactivate data sharing.
Note: In the event of deactivating data
sharing, certain apps may not operate
correctly.
5.9
ANDROID AUTO™, CARPLAY™ (1/4)
Android Auto™
Introduction
“Android Auto™" is an application that
can be downloaded from your smartphone which enables you to use some
applications on your phone from your
multimedia system screen.
Voice command
System information
Note: to find out if your smartphone is
compatible with the “Android Auto™"
application, refer to the manufacturer's
website if there is one.
Suggestion bar
Smartphone
Integration
Note: to find out if your vehicle is
compatible with “Android Auto™", the
"Smartphone replication" 1 function
must be visible from the “System” menu
of your multimedia system.
First use
– Download and install the “Android
Auto™" application from the application download platform on your
smartphone;
– connect your telephone to your multimedia system’s USB port;
5.10
Keyboard
Date and time
FM Presets
1
Menu
Android Auto™
2
– press the 2 button on your vehicle’s
multimedia system screen;
The application is launched on the multimedia system.
– accept the requests on your smartphone in order to use the “Android
Auto™" application;
If the procedure described above fails,
repeat the operation.
– confirm by pressing “Accept” on your
phone;
– press the 2 button on your vehicle’s
multimedia system home page once
again.
Note: the “Android Auto™" application
will only operate if your smartphone is
connected to your vehicle's USB port.
ANDROID AUTO™, CARPLAY™ (2/4)
CarPlay™
Introduction
“CarPlay™" is a native service available on your smartphone which enables
you to use some applications on your
phone from your multimedia system
screen.
Keyboard
Date and time
Voice command
System information
Suggestion bar
Smartphone
Integration
Note: if your smartphone does not
have the “CarPlay™" service, consult
the website of its developer.
Note: to find out if your vehicle is
compatible with “CarPlay™", the
"Smartphone replication" 1 function
must be visible from the “System” menu
of your multimedia system.
First use
FM Presets
1
Menu
Note: the “CarPlay™" service will only
operate if your smartphone is connected to your vehicle's USB port.
CarPlay™
3
– Connect your telephone to your multimedia system’s USB port;
– press the 3 button on your vehicle’s
multimedia system screen;
The CarPlay™ service is launched on
the multimedia system.
If the procedure described above fails,
repeat the operation.
The functions of the “Android
Auto™" application and the
"Carplay™" service depend on the
make and model of your telephone.
For further information, please refer
to the manufacturer's website if
there is one.
5.11
ANDROID AUTO™, CARPLAY™ (3/4)
4
Once the “Android Auto™" application or the "CarPlay™" service is activated on your multimedia system, you
can use the voice recognition button in
your vehicle to control some functions
of your smartphone by voice. To do this,
press and hold button 4 on the steering
wheel of your vehicle (for more information, refer to the section on “Using voice
recognition”).
Note: when you use “Android Auto™"
or CarPlay™, you can access your
smartphone's navigation and music applications. These applications will replace similar applications integrated in
R-Link which are already launched. For
example, only one navigation application, "Android Auto™"/"CarPlay™", or
the application integrated into your multimedia system can be used.
Note: when you are using the “Android
Auto™" application or the "CarPlay™"
service, certain functions of your multimedia system will continue to be carried out in the background. For example if you start "Android Auto™" or
"CarPlay™" and use the navigation on
your smartphone while the radio on the
multimedia system is currently playing,
the radio will continue to be broadcast.
When you use the “Android Auto™"
application or the "CarPlay™" service, the transfer of cellular data required for it to operate may lead to
additional costs not included in your
phone plan.
5.12
ANDROID AUTO™, CARPLAY™ (4/4)
5
5
Returning to the R-Link
interface
To return to the R-Link interface:
– press the “Home” button on the front
panel of your multimedia system or
on the central control;
or
– press button 5 on the multimedia
system screen.
5.13
MY RENAULT (1/4)
Introduction
“MY Renault” is an application that can
be downloaded from your smartphone
which allows you to receive and send
information relating to your vehicle,
such as:
– the remaining range of your vehicle
in kilometres (miles);
– the log of your daily, weekly and
annual mileage (kilometrage);
– a record of journeys since the last
reset (mileage (kilometrage), average speed, distance travelled, average fuel consumption, fuel consumed and your eco scores);
– a summary of your eco scores;
– your vehicle’s tyre pressures;
– the place where your vehicle is
parked;
– a log of the journeys in the last thirty
days (date, duration, consumption,
distance);
5.14
– sending your vehicle’s multimedia
system a destination already set on
the application.
– etc.
Downloading and installing
the “MY Renault” application
on your smartphone
To download the “MY Renault” application, you need:
– to open the application download
platform on your smartphone;
– to search for the “MY Renault” application from the search bar of the application download platform on your
smartphone;
– to click on “Download” once the “MY
Renault” application has been found.
Once the download is complete, a new
icon, “MY Renault”, appears on your
smartphone. The “MY Renault” application is installed on your smartphone.
Note: if you do not have a “MY Renault”
account, refer to the information below
on creating an account.
MY RENAULT (2/4)
Creating a user account with
the “MY Renault” application.
To use the “MY Renault” application,
you need to create a user account. To
do this:
Note: if an error message appears on
the screen on your smartphone, make
sure that you have correctly completed
the fields with the information required.
– open the “MY Renault” application
on your smartphone;
– select “Create my account” from the
main menu of the application;
– fill the fields with the information required for creating your account then
confirm by selecting “Create my account” at the bottom of the screen.
A confirmation message appears on the
screen on your smartphone confirming
the creation of the account. A confirmation e-mail has been sent to you via the
e-mail address you have provided.
– Confirm and activate your account
by clicking on the link displayed in
the e-mail confirming the creation of
your “MY Renault” account.
When you use the “MY Renault” application, the transfer of cellular data
required for it to operate may lead to
additional costs not included in your
phone plan.
5.15
MY RENAULT (3/4)
Linking your “MY Renault”
account to your vehicle
From the “MY Renault” application:
To get the information described below
concerning your vehicle using the “MY
Renault” application, you must link the
application with your vehicle. To do this,
the “My Roads” application must be
installed on your multimedia system.
If your multimedia system does not
have the “My Roads” application, you
need to download it, install it then activate it via your multimedia system
and the R-Link Store. For more information, please refer to the information
on “Downloading and installing the “My
Roads” application onto your multimedia system” in this section.
– add your vehicle to your “virtual
garage” by filling in the necessary
fields;
Note: the “My Roads” application is
normally already installed on your multimedia system. If this is not the case,
please refer to the information on
“Downloading and installing the “My
Roads” application onto your multimedia system” in this section.
5.16
– log in to your account;
– press the “Connect my Renault”
button;
– press the yellow button to receive the
code in your Renault;
– enter the code displayed on your
multimedia system screen into the
“MY Renault” application.
Note: when you wish to link the “MY
Renault” application to your vehicle,
you must be in your vehicle, parked
in an area with network coverage and
your vehicle's multimedia system must
be switched on.
Note: when you do not link the “MY
Renault” application to your vehicle,
you still have access to your service
contracts.
Downloading, installing and
activating the “My Roads”
application onto your multimedia
system
To do this, from your vehicle:
– download and install the “My Roads”
application available from R-Link
Store on your vehicle's multimedia
system (for more information, refer
to the section on “Downloading and
installing applications”);
– press the “My Roads” application to
activate the application.
The “My Roads” application is installed
and activated on your multimedia
system.
MY RENAULT (4/4)
My card
Main functions of the “MY
RENAULT” application:
“Range”
This function allows you to view the remaining range of your vehicle in miles
(kilometres).
“Trip computer”
This function allows you to check the
record of the journeys since the last
reset (“Average Speed”, “Distance travelled”, “Average Fuel Consumption”
etc.).
“Tyre pressures”
This function allows you to check the
pressure or the condition of your vehicle’s tyres.
“My card”
This function enables you to:
– to find the place where your vehicle
is parked;
– to set a destination to be sent to your
vehicle’s multimedia system;
“Driving eco²”
– to complete your journey on foot to
the final destination from the place
where you park your vehicle.
This function allows you to view your
eco scores.
“Journeys”
This function allows you to view the log
of your journeys for the last thirty days.
“Mileage (kilometrage)
monitor”
This function allows you to consult the
daily, weekly and annual log of the
mileage (kilometrage) travelled with
your vehicle.
5.17
5.18
Vehicle
Ambient lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
multi-Sense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Driving aids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parking aids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Driving eco2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trip computer and warning system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Take care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tyre pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2
6.3
6.6
6.8
6.11
6.15
6.19
6.20
6.21
6.22
6.1
AMBIENT LIGHTING
Area in the passenger compartment
Ambient light
“Ambient light”
From the home page, press Menu,
Vehicle then Ambient light.
This menu enables you to set the following settings:
–
–
–
–
ambience lighting “On”/”OFF”;
ambience colour;
Intensity;
Area.
Ambient light
On
– dashboard;
– front passenger compartment;
– rear passenger compartment.
Intensity
Dashboard
On
Press “On” for the selected colour and
intensity to be applied.
Front area
On
Pop-up menu
Rear area
On
“Ambient light”
This option can activate or deactivate
the ambient light.
Note: when the “Ambient light” function is deactivated, the settings are not
available.
The selected colour and intensity can
be applied to the following areas:
Choice of colour
To change the ambience colour of your
vehicle, select one of those offered.
To reset and return to the default settings, press the pop-up menu button,
then Reset.
Note: to save the ambient lighting you
want on your user profile, make these
adjustments from the “Multi-Sense"
menu. For further information, please
refer to the section on “Multi-Sense”.
“Intensity”
You can control the intensity of the ambient lighting. To do this, press buttons
+ or –.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
6.2
SEATS (1/3)
Massage
“Seats” menu
1
Driver
Passenger
Massage
From the home screen, press “Menu”,
“Vehicle” then “Seats” to access the following three sub-menus:
– “Massage”;
– “One-touch folding”;
– “Settings”.
2
On
– 4 Current selected programme.
You can select one of the three following programmes:
– “Tonic”;
– “Relaxing”;
– “Lumbar”.
4
Tonic
Relaxing
Lumbar
Press + or – to adjust the “Intensity”
and “Speed” of the massage.
Intensity
Pop-up menu
Speed
Note: to save the settings you want on
your user profile, make these adjustments from the “Multi-Sense" menu.
For further information, please refer to
the section on “Multi-Sense”.
3
To reset your selection, press 3 and
then press “Reset”.
“Massage”
Select this menu to control massage
seat.
– “Driver” or “Passenger”.
Select “Driver” 1 or “Passenger” 2
to adjust the operation of the massage seat.
– “On”/“OFF”.
Press “Massage”, then “On” or
“OFF” to activate or deactivate the
driver’s or passenger’s massage
seat depending on the tab selected previously.
6.3
SEATS (2/3)
“Easy access for driver”
Settings
One-touch folding
Easy access for driver
On
Courtesy for passenger seat
On
Position
Press “On” or “OFF” to activate or deactivate this function. When this function is activated, the seat moves back
automatically when the driver leaves
the vehicle and resumes its position
when driver returns to the vehicle.
Please refer to the driver’s handbook for further information.
All
Fold
“One-touch folding”
This function enables you to fold
down the rear seats. The number of
seats may vary.
– Press the buttons corresponding
to the seats you wish to fold down,
then “Fold”. A message is displayed
on the screen.
– Press “Yes” to confirm.
To fold down all the seats press “All”,
then “Fold”.
6.4
“Settings”
From the “Seats” menu, press
“Settings”, then select the element
you wish to change from the following:
– “Easy access for driver”;
– “Courtesy for passenger seat”;
– “Position”.
The “One-touch folding” function is
only available if the vehicle is stationary.
When moving the rear
seats, ensure that nothing
obstructs the anchorage
points (passenger’s arm or
leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).
SEATS (3/3)
For further information on adjusting
the seat, please refer to your driver’s
handbook.
Settings
Easy access for driver
On
Courtesy for passenger seat
On
Visual feedback
On
“Save”
This function saves the position of the
front seats:
– adjust the position of the relevant
seat using the switches on the seat;
– press the seat switch to directly
access the “Seats” menu on the multifunction screen;
– save the current position.
Position
Call back
2
“Courtesy for passenger seat”
Press “On” or “OFF” to activate or deactivate this function. When it is activated, driver can control passenger
seat from the switches by the driver’s
seat. Please refer to the driver’s
handbook for further information.
Please refer to the driver’s handbook
for further information.
Save
“Position”
It is possible to store the driving position
of the driver’s seat and of the door mirrors to your user profile. For further information, please refer to the “System”
section.
From the “Seats” menu,
“Settings”, then “Position”.
press
“Visual feedback”
If this function is activated, a pop-up
settings window is displayed on the
screen when the driver or passenger
adjusts the position of their seat.
Recalling a stored position
With the vehicle stationary, press “Call
back” to go to the saved position. A confirmation message is displayed on the
screen. Press ‘Yes’ to go to the saved
position.
“Reset”
To reset your selection in the ‘Settings’
menu, press 2 then ‘Reset’.
6.5
MULTI-SENSE (1/2)
Multi-Sense
Menu
Sport
Neutral
« Multi-Sense »
Eco
Comfort
Perso
Multi-Sense
Sport
You have a possibility to customize the
behaviour of some vehicle systems.
Comfort
Neutral
Accessing the Multi-Sense menu
Eco
From the home screen, press Menu,
Vehicle then Multi-Sense to access
the Multi-Sense menu. You can also
access by pressing Multi-Sense on the
central control.
Selecting mode
From the “Multi-Sense” menu, select
the desired mode among five modes:
–
–
–
–
–
“Comfort”;
“Sport”;
“Eco”;
“Neutral”;
“Perso”.
To find out more about each of these
modes, please see your driver’s handbook.
6.6
Perso
1
Mode configuration
Press 1, then “Current mode configuration”.
You have various parameter values
which enable you to customize vehicle
systems:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Steering”;
“4RD”;
“Damping”;
“Powertrain”;
“Thermal comfort”;
“Display”;
«Engine sound design»;
“Ambient light”;
“Driver massage”.
1
Note: for several modes, some system
options may be greyed out and you
cannot select these parameter values.
Note: it is only possible to customise
the mode currently in use if you have
first selected “Perso” mode.
A video is available to view a demonstration of Multi-Sense mode.
With the vehicle at a standstill,
press 1, then About.
MULTI-SENSE (2/2)
Multi-Sense
Sport
Neutral
Multi-Sense
Eco
Comfort
Perso
Sport
Comfort
Neutral
Eco
Perso
1
1
Quick access to favourite modes
Reset parameter values
Once the “Multi-Sense” menu is displayed on the multimedia screen, successive presses on the "Multi-Sense"
control allow you to switch between the
two favourite modes that you have selected. To configure your two favourite
modes, press 1 then “Customize preferred modes”.
Press 1, then “Reset current mode” to
the default values. Depending on the
mode selected, the Dual function can
be activated and adjusted. For further
information about this function, please
refer to section 3 of your driver’s handbook.
When you customise the current
mode configuration such as the ambient lighting or the massage function for example, the settings are
automatically saved to your user
profile.
6.7
DRIVING AIDS (1/3)
“Driving
assistance”
menu
Driving assistance
Lane keeping assist
OFF
Driving assistance
Lane keeping assist settings
Lane keeping assist
From the home screen, press Menu,
Vehicle then Driving assistance to
access the following items:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Lane departure warning”;
“Lane keeping assist”;
“Lane departure warning setting”;
“Lane keeping assist settings”;
“Distance warning”;
“Active braking”;
“Blind spot alert”;
“Speed alert settings”;
“Traction control”;
“Automatic high beam”.
Distance warning
On
OFF
On
OFF
Active braking
Blind spot alert
OFF
Lane keeping assist settings
Active braking
Speed alert settings
Automatic high beam
On
OFF
“Lane departure warning”
“Lane keeping assist”
This system notifies the driver when
they inadvertently cross a continuous or
broken line. Please refer to the driver’s
handbook for further information.
This system notifies the driver when
they accidentally cross a continuous
or broken line and triggers corrective
action on the steering system and the
trajectory of your vehicle. Please refer
to the driver’s handbook for further information.
To activate it, select

or “On”.
To activate it, select
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
6.8

.
DRIVING AIDS (2/3)
“Distance warning”
Driving assistance
Lane departure warning
On
Driving assistance
Lane departure warning setting
Distance warning
On
Active braking
Lane departure warning
On
OFF
This system notifies the driver when
they are too close to other vehicles.
Please refer to the driver’s handbook
for further information. Select “On” to
activate the system.
Lane departure warning setting
Blind spot alert
On
Active braking
Speed alert settings
Traction control
Auto
Expert
“Lane departure warning setting”
“Lane keeping assist settings”
Press this menu to adjust the audio
volume and the lane departure warning
sensitivity.
Select this menu to adjust the strength
of the steering wheel vibration and the
sensitivity of the lane departure warning.
– “Volume”: press “+" or "–" to adjust
the volume level (five levels).
– “Sensitivity”: select “Low”, “Middle”
or “High” to adjust the warning sensitivity.
Note: if “Lane departure warning” is
switched “OFF”, the “Lane departure
warning setting” function is greyed out
and cannot be accessed.
– “Vibration”: select “Low”, “Middle” or
“High” to adjust the strength of the vibration.
– “Sensitivity”: select “Low”, “Middle”
or “High” to adjust the warning sensitivity.
Note: if the “Lane keeping assist” function is deactivated, the “Lane keeping
assist settings” menu is greyed out and
cannot be accessed.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
6.9
DRIVING AIDS (3/3)
“Active braking”
“Risk area”
This system notifies the driver If there
is a danger of collision. Select “On” to
activate the system. Please refer to the
driver’s handbook for further information.
This system notifies the driver via the
instrument panel on entering a speed
check area or a high risk area. Select
“On” to activate the system.
“Blind spot alert”
This system notifies the driver when
another vehicle is in their blind spot.
Select “On” to activate the system.
Please refer to the driver’s handbook
for further information.
“Speed alert settings”
“Speed warning”
The system detects any speed violations and notifies the driver via the instrument panel. Select “On” to activate
the system. Please refer to the driver’s
handbook for further information.
6.10
Driving assistance
Lane departure warning
On
Lane departure warning setting
Distance warning
Note: if “Speed warning” is deactivated,
the “Risk area” function is automatically
deactivated.
On
Active braking
Blind spot alert
“Traction control”
On
Speed alert settings
This system helps you limit the wheelspin of the drive wheels and control the
vehicle when accelerating or decelerating. You can select the following modes:
Traction control
Auto
Expert
1
– “Auto”;
– “Expert”.
Reset
Please refer to the driver’s handbook
for further information.
To reset your selection, press 1 then
Reset.
“Automatic high beam”
This system switches the main beam
headlights on and off automatically.
Please refer to the driver’s handbook
for further information.
PARKING AIDS (1/4)
Parking sensors
"Parking
assistance"
menu
From the home screen, press Menu,
Vehicle then Parking assistance to
access the following elements:
– "Parking sensors";
– "Rear view camera";
– "Easy park assist".
Front parking sensors
On
Parking sensors
Side parking sensors
On
Rear parking sensors
On
Sound alert
On
Sound type
Volume
Sound type
Note: to reset and return to default
settings for the three elements above,
press 1, then "Reset".
1
"Parking sensors";
Press On or OFF to activate or deactivate the front, side and/or rear parking sensors.
"Sound alert"
Select On or OFF to activate or deactivate the audio parking alerts.
Note: if the "Sound alert" function is
set to "OFF", the "Sound type" and
"Volume" functions are disabled.
"Sound type"
Select a type of audio alert from the
three choices offered.
"Volume"
Adjust the obstacle detection volume
by pressing + or -.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
6.11
PARKING AIDS (2/4)
Rear view camera
Rear view camera
Image setting
On
Guideline
2
Contrast
3
Brightness
4
Colour
"Image setting"
From “Rear view camera” menu,
press “Image setting”, then adjust the
following settings:
Select “On” or “OFF” rear view
camera to activate or deactivate the
system.
– "Contrast" 2;
– "Brightness" 3;
– "Colour" 4.
"Guideline"
Adjust each setting by pressing “+”
or “–”.
The guides are an additional aid for
parking.
From the Rear view camera menu,
press Guideline, then select On or
OFF to activate or deactivate the
guides.
6.12
2
4
Image setting
Image setting
"Rear view camera"
3
Note: this setting is available when
the reversing camera is activated.
PARKING AIDS (3/4)
A
Look all around
5
A
5
Look all around
Parking distance control
The parking distance control system
detects obstacles at the front, the rear
and the sides of the vehicle. It signals a
warning when the vehicle approaches
an obstacle.
This function is only activated when the
vehicle is being driven at a speed below
7.5 mph (12 km/h). When it is activated,
the A display will appear on the multimedia system screen. You can close
the parking distance control screen by
pressing the 5 button on the multimedia
system screen.
For further information on the parking
distance control, please refer to your
vehicle user manual.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
6.13
PARKING AIDS (4/4)
Easy park assist
Default maneuver choice
Parallel
Easy park assist
Default maneuver choice
Bay parking
Angled
parking
Parallel
Bay parking
Angled
parking
"Easy park assist"
Choose one of the following options
to select a default movement:
– "Parallel";
– "Bay parking";
– "Angled parking".
For further information on the Easy
park assist function, please refer to
your driver's handbook.
6.14
DRIVING ECO2 (1/4)
Menu
« Driving eco2 »
Driving eco2
Standard
Advanced
Score evolution
Driving eco2
Standard
From the home screen, press Menu,
Vehicle then Driving eco2 to access the
following menus:
– “Standard”;
– “Advanced”;
– “Eco-Coaching”.
Advanced
Score evolution
80
Global score
You need to travel further for your score.
Distance without fuel consumption
Eco-Coaching
80
3
Eco-Coaching
“Standard”
“Global score”
This screen enables you to view the
data for your current journey:
This data allows you to find your overall
score. The sheet is updated based on
your score, from 0 to 100.
– Score evolution;
– “Global score”;
– “Distance without fuel consumption”.
Score evolution
This bar diagram shows the progress of
your score.
“Distance without fuel
consumption”
This data allows you to find out the distance travelled without fuel consumption during your journey.
– score above the green line (75%):
eco-driving;
– score below the orange line (45%):
non-eco driving.
6.15
DRIVING ECO2 (2/4)
Score history 2
Driving eco2
Advanced
Standard
80
70
4
1
Acceleration
Driving eco2
Standard
2
Gear change
Anticipation
Advanced
Distance without fuel consumption
80
Acceleration
80
Global score
Distance without fuel consumption
70
4
Gear change
Anticipation
4
Eco-Coaching
Eco-Coaching
“Advanced”
Score trend 1
This screen shows information about
your current journey:
The positions of the arrow show the following:
– the new score is higher than that of
the previous journey: up arrow,
– the new score is lower than that of
the previous journey: down arrow,
– the new score is the same as that
of the previous journey: the arrow is
shown at the horizontal.
–
–
–
–
data;
breakdown of scores;
general score;
Distance without consumption.
Journey data
The following on-board computer data
is displayed:
– total distance travelled;
– average speed;
– average fuel consumption.
6.16
The number of stars (5 levels) is given
based on the scores (0 to 10), based
on:
– acceleration;
– gear changing;
– anticipation.
General score and distance without
fuel consumption
For further information, please refer to
the previous page.
DRIVING ECO2 (3/4)
“Eco-Coaching”
This menu monitors your driving style
and gives general advice on eco-driving (energy efficient and fuel-burning
actions, how to load the vehicle, what
tyre pressures, how to plan the trip,
etc.).
To access this menu, press EcoCoaching and read the advice carefully. Scroll through the pages by pressing “General”, “Acceleration”, “Gear
change” and “Anticipation”.
Note: “Eco-Coaching” is disabled in the
following cases:
– if the vehicle speed is lower than the
Eco-Coaching threshold;
Note: The default “Eco-Coaching”
threshold value is around 6 mph
(10 km/h).
– if the distance travelled does not
exceed 400 meters since the last
reset.
Clear score evolution
Driving eco2
Standard
To reset your score, press 3, then
“Clear previous scores”. A confirmation
message is displayed on the screen.
Press Yes to delete the history or on No
to cancel.
Advanced
Score evolution
Add trip
Global score
“My preferred trips”
Distance without fuel consumption
Eco-Coaching
From the “Driving eco2" menu, press
"3”, then “My preferred trips”.
3
Start a new journey
To reset your journeys, press 3, then
Start a new trip. A message will ask you
to confirm the data reset. Press “Yes” to
confirm or “No” to cancel.
Note: The on-board computer trip data
is reset at the same time.
6.17
DRIVING ECO2 (4/4)
Driving eco2
Standard
Advanced
Weekend
Holiday
Personal
Score evolution
Score evolution
Driving eco2
Standard
My preferred trips
Home-work
Add trip
Advanced
Score evolution
You need to travel further for your score.
Distance without fuel consumption
Distance without fuel consumption
Global score
Eco-Coaching
Eco-Coaching
3
3
“Show report after trip”
“Add trip”
To display the after-journey record,
from the “Driving eco2" menu, press 3,
then “Show report after trip”. Press
“Hide report after trip” to hide the journey record.
To save the current journey, from the
“My preferred trips” menu, press one
of the journey types, then “Add trip”. A
message will ask you to confirm. The
type of journey is as followings:
–
–
–
–
6.18
“Home-work”;
“Weekend”;
“Holiday”;
“Personal”.
Eco-Coaching
4
To reset your data, press the journey
type you wish to reset from the “My preferred trips” menu, then 4 and “Clear
trip history”. A confirmation message is
displayed on the screen. Press Yes to
delete all journeys or No to cancel.
Note: only the selected journey type
data will be deleted.
ON BOARD COMPUTER
Trip Computer
“Trip Computer”
menu
From the home screen, press Menu,
Vehicle then Trip Computer to access
the following menus:
–
–
–
–
Since
12-25-2014
Trip Computer
Total Distance
0.0 km
Since
Average Speed
12-25-2014
0.0 km/h
Total Distance
Average fuel consumption
0.0 km
0.0 l/100 km
Since (date of last reset);
“Total Distance”;
“Average Speed”;
“Average fuel consumption”
Average Speed
0.0 km/h
1
1
To reset the on-board computer and
instrument panel information, press 1
then “Reset”.
6.19
TAKE CARE
Take care
"Take care"
menu
From the home page, press "Menu",
"Vehicle", "Take care", then "Air quality".
Air quality sensor
Air quality
1
2
3
The Take care menu shows an air quality graph.
The graph shows the estimated outside air quality within the last 30 minutes of use.
Three colours indicate the air quality
level (from the cleanest to the most
polluted):
1 (blue) - 2 (light gray) - 3 (gray)
6.20
OFF
On
4
4
"Air quality";
On
Deodorization cycle
Deodorization cycle
Activation/deactivation of the air
freshening cycle
This function activates or deactivates
the air freshener cycle by selecting On
or OFF. Please refer to the driver's
handbook for further information.
Reset settings values
This function returns to the default
values. Press 4 then “Reset” to reset.
TYRE PRESSURE
Tyre pressure
“Tyre pressure”
menu
x.x
x.x
Tyre pressure
x.x
x.x
x.x
x.x
From the main menu, press “Vehicle”,
then “Tyre pressure”.
x.x
x.x
Reset
Reset
Tyre pressure status
Reset
The system informs the driver via
touchscreen that the tyres are sufficiently inflated and warns if they are
underinflated or if there is a puncture.
Please refer to the driver’s handbook
for further information.
This function allows the user to reset
by pressing “Reset”. When the reset is
finished, a confirmation message is displayed on the screen. For more information on tyre pressure, please refer to
your driver’s handbook.
6.21
USER SETTINGS
User settings
“User settings”
menu
Auto door lock while driving
On
OFF
Hands free key functions
On
OFF
User settings
Indicator sound volume
Auto door lock while driving
From the “Vehicle” menu, select “User
settings”.
This menu lets you activate/deactivate
the following options:
– “Auto door lock while driving”;
– “Hands free key functions”: enables
hands-free opening or closing of
the doors. For further information
on hands-free mode, please refer to
your driver’s handbook;
– “Indicator sound volume”: press “+"
or "–" to adjust;
– “Internal welcome sound”;
– “External welcome”;
– “Automatic cabin light”;
6.22
On
OFF
On
OFF
Indicator sound volume
Internal welcome sound
On
OFF
External welcome
On
OFF
Automatic cabin light
On
OFF
Rear windscreen wiping in reverse gear
On
OFF
Internal welcome sound
1
– “Rear wiper when reverse gear”: the
rear screen wiper is activated when
reverse gear is engaged.
Note: This option only operates if the
front windscreen wipers are activated.
– “Driving style indicator”;
– “Free wheel in ECO mode”: displays
the distance covered in “Freewheel”
mode on the multimedia screen.
1
To reset all the pop-up menus, press 1,
then Reset.
System
System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2
7.8
7.1
SYSTEM (1/6)
Configuration of home pages
1
"System"
menu
Accessing the system settings
From the main menu, press “System”.
The “System” menu enables access
and settings adjustments to the following elements:
– « Home pages » ;
– "User profile";
– "Display";
– "Brightness";
– "Volume";
– "Language";
– "Keyboard";
– "Date and time";
– "Units";
– "Voice command";
– "System information";
– "Suggestion bar";
– "Factory reset";
– "Smartphone Integration".
1
Configuration of home pages
Multimedia
Driving eco2
Driving eco2
Take care
« Home pages »
This menu sets the configuration of
the home pages. The three available home pages are displayed in the
upper part of the screen to give you a
preview of your selection.
The available widgets are found at
the bottom of the screen and can be
displayed on several pages.
7.2
Take care
Take care
Driving eco2
Driving eco2
Favourites
Multi-Sense
Multi-Sense
Multimedia
Multimedia
Press and hold the desired widget,
drag and drop it onto one of the three
home pages to be displayed.
To delete an app selected on the
home pages, press “X” 1 appearing
on the app, in the preview area.
Please refer to the “Add, manage
widgets” section for further information.
SYSTEM (2/6)
User profile
Change photo
User profile
Name1
Name2
Name3
Name4
Name5
Name1
Name2
Name3
Name4
Name5
Name6
Name6
2
"User profile"
This menu lets you choose a user
profile to apply to the system. Select
the desired user profile.
Change the name of user profile
3
Change the photo of user profile
Press 2, then “Change photo”. You
can select an image from the stored
image list or an external storage
device (USB key, SD card, etc.).
To do this, press 3, then "Custom
image" and select an external storage device.
2
Duplicate and reset profile
Press 2, then "Copy" and select the
other profile to overwrite. The selected profile is deleted and replaced
by the copied profile.
To reset selected profile, press 2,
then "Reset current profile".
Note: The user profile menu cannot
be used when driving.
Press 2, then "Rename" to modify
the name of the user profile using the
digital keypad.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
7.3
SYSTEM (3/6)
Features linked to user profile
The following settings are stored in a
user profile:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
System language;
Distance unit (when available);
Home page configuration;
Display Settings;
Multi-Sense settings;
Ambiant lighting settings;
adjusting the driver's seat position;
door mirror settings;
Massage settings;
presets;
Radio settings;
Navigation settings;
Navigation history;
Navigation favorites;
privacy settings.
"Display"
This menu can be used to access the
following information:
– "Central display";
– "Instrument panel";
– "Head-up display".
"Central display"
Select “Negative skin” or “Positive
skin” to change the appearance of
the touchscreen display.
Press “+” or “–” to adjust the
screen brightness from day/night.
"Instrument panel"
This menu enables you to modify:
– the ambient lighting: change
the main background colour of
the multimedia system menus;
– the appearance of the instrument panel: choose a style
from the four styles offered. To
find out more, please see your
vehicle user manual.
"Dimming night mode"
Press “+” or “–” to adjust the
brightness.
Note: the "Dimming night mode"
function only activates when the
lights are switched on.
Note: the settings for "Dimming
day mode" are disabled at night
and settings for "Dimming night
mode" are disabled during the
day.
To adjust the level (brightness,
volume, etc.), press “+”, “–” or scroll
through the numbers.
7.4
SYSTEM (4/6)
"Head-up display"
This menu enables you to adjust
the following settings:
– Height: press the up or down
arrow button to adjust the height
of the head up display.
Note: These settings are only
available when the head-up display is activated.
– Activation, deactivation: select
"On" or "OFF" to activate or
disable the "Head-up display"
function.
– "Dimming auto": select "On" to
adjust luminosity automatically.
– "Dimming day mode": adjust the
level by pressing "+" or "–".
– "Dimming night mode": adjust
the level by pressing "+" or "–".
Note: this option is disabled
when the "Dimming auto" function is activated.
Note: the settings for "Dimming
day mode" are disabled at night
and settings for "Dimming night
mode" are disabled during the
day.
"Brightness"
This menu allows you to adjusts the
brightness:
"Volume"
This menu lets you adjust the following settings by pressing “+” or “–”:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
main volume;
Phone ringtone;
telephone communications;
Navigation;
Warning;
button sound;
indicator volume:
Obstacle detection;
lane departure warning;
voice controls.
– of the instrument panel;
– of the multimedia screen;
– of the head-up display.
To reset your selection, press the
pop-up menu button, then “Reset”.
Adjust the level by pressing “+” or “-”.
Note: the settings available may vary.
Note: “0” adjustment is mute.
7.5
SYSTEM (5/6)
Reinitialising
"Language"
This menu shows the various different pieces of information on the
system:
This menu lets you select a language
to be applied to the vehicle. Select
the desired language.
"Date and time"
"Keyboard"
This menu enables you to choose the
virtual keypad following types used
by the system:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
"Alphabetic";
"Azerty";
"QWERTY";
"QWERTY";
"Cyrillic";
"Greek";
"Arab";
"Hebrew";
"Hindi";
"Persian".
This menu lets you set the system
clock and the format of the time display. It is recommended that you
keep the automatic setting.
"Units"
This menu enables you to choose the
type of distance unit: "km" or "miles".
"Voice command"
This menu allows you to choose between a male voice and a female
voice.
7.6
"System
information"
Press the pop-up menu button, then
“Reset” to return to the default values.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Software release;
boot version;
network status;
HUID information;
licence;
Navigation information;
current language;
system update.
SYSTEM (6/6)
"Factory reset"
"Suggestion bar"
This menu permits the displaying of
notifications whilst driving. Activate/
deactivate the displaying of notifications of the following categories:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
"Navigation";
"Multimedia";
"Phone";
"Vehicle";
"Apps";
"System";
"Others".
Note: when the "Notifications" function is deactivated, all of the categories above are deactivated automatically.
This function lets you return all the
system factory settings. All the data and
configuration will be deleted.
To perform a general reset, press the
pop-up menu button from the "System"
menu, then "Factory reset".
When a confirmation message is displayed on screen, press “Yes” to confirm.
Note: After a reset, the system restarts in the factory set language. To
change the language, see the relevant paragraph in this section.
Note: resetting the system by pressing and holding the on/off button on the
front panel does not result in loss of
data unlike the "Factory reset" function.
"Smartphone
Integration"
This menu can be used to access the
following functions:
– "Autolaunch": automatically
launches "Android Auto™" or
"CarPlay™" on the multimedia
system.
– "Tutorial": displays a tutorial on
how to use the "Android Auto™"
and "CarPlay™" applications using
the multimedia system.
For more information, see the user
manual available in your multimedia system by pressing the pop-up
menu button from the "System"
menu screen, then "User manual".
7.7
OPERATING FAULTS (1/3)
System
Description
Causes
Solutions
No image is displayed.
The screen is on standby.
Ensure that the screen is not on standby.
No sound can be heard.
The volume is set to minimum or pause. Increase the volume or deactivate pause.
No sound comes from the left, right, front The balance or fader settings are incor- Adjust the sound balance or fader coror rear speakers.
rect.
rectly.
The screen is frozen.
7.8
The system memory is saturated.
Restart the system by giving a long press
on the multimedia system on/off button
(keep pressed until the system restarts).
OPERATING FAULTS (2/3)
Navigation
Description
Causes
Solutions
The vehicle position on the screen does Incorrect positioning of the vehicle Move the vehicle until reception of the
GPS signal is improved.
not match its actual location or the GPS caused by GPS reception.
warning light on the screen remains grey
or yellow.
The directions on the screen do not corre- The map is out of date.
spond to the actual road.
Download an update from MyRenault.
Traffic flow information is not displayed on Guidance has not been activated.
the screen.
Ensure guidance is activated. Select a
destination and begin the guidance.
some items on the menu are not available. Depending on the current command,
some items will be unavailable.
Voice guidance is unavailable.
The navigation system does not include Increase the volume. Ensure voice guidthe intersection.
ance is activated. Ensure guidance is acVoice guidance or guidance is deacti- tivated.
vated.
The directions of the voice guidance do The voice guidance may vary according Drive according to the actual conditions.
not correspond to your exact location.
to the environment.
The suggested route does not start or end The destination is not yet recognised by Enter a road near to the required destiat the required destination.
the system.
nation.
The system calculates a detour automati- Prioritising avoid area settings or traffic Deactivate the Detour function in the trafcally.
restrictions will affect the calculation of fic settings menu.
the route.
7.9
OPERATING FAULTS (3/3)
Phone
Description
Causes
Solutions
No sounds or ringtone can be heard.
The mobile phone is not connected to Ensure that the mobile phone is connected
to the system. Increase the volume or dethe system.
The volume is set to minimum or pause. activate pause.
Impossible to make a call.
The mobile phone is not connected to Ensure that the mobile phone is connected
the system.
to the system. Unlock the phone keypad.
The phone keypad has been locked.
Voice recognition
Description
Causes
The system does not recognise the The voice command has not been recvoice command stated.
ognised.
The voice recognition time delay has expired.
The voice recognition cannot operate
properly due to a noisy environment.
7.10
Solutions
Check that the voice control is available
(refer to the “Use voice control” section).
Speak within the voice recognition time
delay.
Speak in a quiet environment.
ALPHABETICAL INDEX (1/2)
A
address ....................................................................2.6 → 2.12
address book ....................................................................... 2.8
answering a call .........................................................4.6 → 4.8
B
blind spot: warning signal .................................................... 6.8
Bluetooth® .............................................................. 3.10 – 3.11
buttons .......................................................................1.4 → 1.9
C
call history.......................................................................... 4.11
call waiting .................................................................4.6 → 4.8
CD/MP3 CD
listen ................................................................. 3.10 – 3.11
clock
setting ............................................................................ 7.6
compass .............................................................................. 2.2
confirm a destination ........................................................... 2.9
connect a telephone ................................................... 4.4 – 4.5
connected services .............................................5.2, 5.4 → 5.7
controls ......................................................................1.4 → 1.9
D
default settings .................................................................... 7.7
destination ...............................................................2.6 → 2.12
detour ....................................................................2.14 → 2.18
dialling a number ..............................................4.6 → 4.8, 4.12
disconnect a telephone............................................... 4.4 – 4.5
distance units....................................................................... 7.6
driving aids ..............................................................6.8 → 6.10
E
ECO driving ...........................................................6.15 → 6.18
emergency active braking.................................................... 6.8
ending a call ..............................................................4.6 → 4.8
energy-saving ........................................................6.15 → 6.18
environment ...........................................................6.15 → 6.18
F
fascias and steering wheel controls...........................1.4 → 1.8
favourite
add .................................................................... 1.16 – 1.17
delete ................................................................ 1.16 – 1.17
fragrance diffuser............................................................... 6.20
front seat
driver’s position memory ................................................ 6.5
fuel economy .........................................................6.15 → 6.18
G
guidance
activation ............................................................2.6 → 2.12
cancellation ......................................................2.15 → 2.18
map ......................................................................2.2 → 2.5
H
head-up display ................................................................... 7.4
I
instrument panel .................................................................. 7.4
L
lane departure warning ........................................................ 6.8
language
change ........................................................................... 7.6
linking a telephone...................................................... 4.2 – 4.3
M
map
display ..................................................................2.2 → 2.5
map symbols .................................................................. 2.2
scale .............................................................................. 2.2
8.1
ALPHABETICAL INDEX (2/2)
massage seat ...................................................................... 6.3
MENU ......................................................................1.9 → 1.13
MP3 ........................................................................ 3.10 – 3.11
MP3 player ............................................................. 3.10 – 3.11
multifunction screen.................................................... 1.2 – 1.3
Multi-Sense................................................................. 6.6 – 6.7
N
navigation system ...............................................0.1, 2.2 → 2.5
numeric keypad ................................................................... 7.7
O
operating faults ...............................................7.8 → 7.10, 7.10
operation................................................................. 1.14 – 1.15
overspeed warning ..................................................... 2.19, 6.9
P
parking distance control................................6.11 → 6.14, 6.13
personal data
delete ............................................................................. 5.7
precautions during use ........................................................ 0.1
R
radio
automatic mode ...................................................3.2 → 3.9
automatic station storage .....................................3.2 → 3.9
choosing a station ................................................3.2 → 3.9
manual mode .......................................................3.2 → 3.9
station pretuning ..................................................3.2 → 3.9
rear view camera ...................................................6.11 → 6.14
receiving a call ...........................................................4.6 → 4.8
rejecting a call............................................................4.6 → 4.8
S
safety distance warning ....................................................... 6.8
8.2
screen
menu .............................................................................. 1.3
monitor .............................................................. 1.14 – 1.15
SD card............................................................ 0.1, 3.10 – 3.11
seats
adjustment ............................................................ 6.4 – 6.5
second route ..........................................................2.15 → 2.18
settings ..................................4.16 – 4.17, 5.9, 6.19, 7.2 → 7.7
audio ................................................................3.16 → 3.18
brightness ...................................................................... 7.5
customising ..........................................................7.2 → 7.7
navigation ........................................................2.19 → 2.21
soft button ................................................1.2 – 1.3, 1.9 → 1.13
switching off ............................................................ 1.14 – 1.15
T
telephone contacts list .............................................. 4.9 – 4.10
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) traffic detour................... 2.14
TMC Traffic Message Channel information ............ 2.13 – 2.14
traffic information .................................................... 2.13 – 2.14
traction control ..................................................................... 6.9
trip computer and warning system..................................... 6.19
tyre pressure...................................................................... 6.21
U
unpairing a telephone ................................................. 4.2 – 4.3
USB key.................................................................. 3.10 – 3.11
V
voice control ...................................................1.18 → 1.28, 7.6
voice message(s) .............................................................. 4.12
voice recognition....................................................1.18 → 1.28
volume ................................................................................. 7.5
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