Infotainment system Movano-B, v.13 (rev 3), en-GB

MOVANO / VIVARO
Infotainment Manual
Contents
Introduction .................................... 4
Radio ........................................... 48
CD Player .................................... 57
AUX input ..................................... 61
USB port ...................................... 63
Bluetooth music ........................... 67
External devices .......................... 73
Navigation .................................... 75
Voice recognition ....................... 104
Phone ........................................ 107
Index .......................................... 124
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Introduction
Introduction
General information ....................... 4
Control elements overview ............ 6
Theft-deterrent feature ................. 29
Usage .......................................... 30
Touch operation overview ........... 39
Tone settings ............................... 40
Volume settings ........................... 42
System settings ........................... 43
General information
The Infotainment system provides
state-of-the-art in-car information and
entertainment.
The radio is equipped with assignable
channel presets for FM, AM and also
DAB wavebands (depending on
version).
The audio player can play audio CDs,
MP3 CDs and also WMA CDs
(depending on version).
External data storage devices, e.g.
iPod, MP3 player or USB stick, or a
portable player can be connected to
the Infotainment system. External
audio sources can also be connected
via Bluetooth.
The digital sound processor provides
several preset equalizer modes for
sound optimisation.
The navigation system's dynamic
route planning will reliably guide you
to your destination and can help avoid
traffic jams and other traffic problems.
Optionally, the Infotainment system
can be operated using controls on the
steering column or via the voice
recognition system.
In addition, the Infotainment system
can be equipped with a handsfree
phone system.
The well-thought-out design of the
controls and the clear displays enable
you to control the system easily and
intuitively.
Note
This manual describes all options
and features available for the
various Infotainment systems.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country
specifications, special equipment or
accessories.
Important information on
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
Drive safely at all times when
using the Infotainment system.
If in doubt, stop the vehicle before
operating the Infotainment
system.
Introduction
Radio reception
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to:
● changes in distance from the
transmitter
● multi-path reception due to
reflection
● shadowing
In case of poor radio reception the
volume will automatically drop as to
minimize the disturbance effect.
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Using this manual
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This manual describes features
that may or may not be on your
specific vehicle, either because
they are optional or due to
changes subsequent to the
printing of this manual. Please
refer to the purchase
documentation to confirm each of
the features found on the vehicle.
Certain controls and
descriptions, including symbols,
displays and menu functions may
not apply to your vehicle due to
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model variant, country
specifications, special equipment
or accessories.
The table of contents at the
beginning of this manual and
within each section shows where
the information is located.
The index will enable you to
search for specific information.
The vehicle display screens may
not support your specific
language.
Display messages and interior
labelling are written in bold
letters.
The operations given within this
manual refer to Infotainment
system controls. For equivalent
steering column controls, refer to
the control elements overview
3 6.
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Warnings and cautions
9 Warning
Text marked 9 Warning provides
information on risk of accident or
injury. Disregarding this
information may lead to injury.
Caution
Text marked Caution provides
information on possible damage to
the vehicle. Disregarding this
information may lead to vehicle
damage.
Symbols
Page references are indicated with 3.
3 means "see page".
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Introduction
Control elements overview
R15 BT USB
Introduction
1
m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
Press: Mute/unmute .............. 30
2
Turn: Adjust volume .............. 30
SETUP - Short press:
Settings menu ....................... 30
Display radio text
information ............................ 53
3
4
5
6
7
8
Long press: Automatic
station storing ........................ 52
Mute/unmute ......................... 30
3 - Radio, Short press:
Search for next radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
RADIO - Change audio
source, waveband ................. 48
/ - Return to previous
menu, cancel an action ......... 30
MEDIA - Change audio
source ................................... 58
OK rotary knob ...................... 30
Press: Confirm an action ....... 30
Turn: Access display
menu options ........................ 30
Turn: Change radio
frequency .............................. 50
9 TEL - Telephone menu ....... 107
10 M USB port ............................ 63
11 AUX input .............................. 61
12 Station buttons 1...6 .............. 50
Short press: Select station .... 50
Long press: Save station ...... 50
13 2 - Radio, Short press:
Search for previous radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
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R16 BT USB
Introduction
1
m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
2
Turn: Adjust volume .............. 30
Station buttons 1...6 .............. 50
Short press: Select station .... 50
3
4
5
Long press: Save station ...... 50
RADIO - Change audio
source, waveband ................. 48
MEDIA - Change audio
source ................................... 58
Rotary knob ........................... 30
Short press: Confirm an
action .................................... 30
6
7
Turn: Access display
menu options ........................ 30
/ - Return to previous
menu, cancel an action ......... 30
3 - Radio, Short press:
Search for next radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
forwards ................................ 58
Long press: Fast forward ...... 58
M USB port ............................ 63
SETUP - Short press:
Settings menu ....................... 30
10 TEL - Telephone menu ....... 107
11 2 - Radio, Short press:
Search for previous radio
frequency .............................. 50
8
9
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
12 TEXT - Display radio text
information ............................ 53
13 AUX input .............................. 61
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Introduction
CD16 BT USB
Introduction
1
m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
2
Turn: Adjust volume .............. 30
Station buttons 1...6 .............. 50
Short press: Select station .... 50
Long press: Save station ...... 50
RPT: Repeat a track ............. 58
3
4
5
MIX: Random playback ......... 58
RADIO - Change audio
source, waveband ................. 48
MEDIA - Change audio
source ................................... 58
Rotary knob ........................... 30
Short press: Confirm an
action .................................... 30
6
7
Turn: Access display
menu options ........................ 30
/ - Return to previous
menu, cancel an action ......... 30
3 - Radio, Short press:
Search for next radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
forwards ................................ 58
Long press: Fast forward ...... 58
M USB port ............................ 63
SETUP - Short press:
Settings menu ....................... 30
10 TEL - Telephone menu ....... 107
11 2 - Radio, Short press:
Search for previous radio
frequency .............................. 50
8
9
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
backwards ............................. 58
Long press: Fast rewind ....... 58
12 d - CD ejection ..................... 58
13 AUX input .............................. 61
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CD18 BT USB
Introduction
1
m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
2
Turn: Adjust volume .............. 30
OK rotary knob ...................... 30
Short press: Confirm an
action .................................... 30
3
4
5
6
7
Turn: Access display
menu options ........................ 30
/ - Return to previous
menu, cancel an action ......... 30
TEXT - Display radio text
information ............................ 53
d - CD ejection ..................... 58
M USB port ............................ 63
Station buttons 1...6 .............. 50
Short press: Select station .... 50
Long press: Save station ...... 50
RPT: Repeat a track ............. 58
8
MIX: Random playback ......... 58
3 - Radio, Short press:
Search for next radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
forwards ................................ 58
Long press: Fast forward ...... 58
SETUP - Short press:
Settings menu ....................... 30
10 2 - Radio, Short press:
Search for previous radio
frequency .............................. 50
9
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
backwards ............................. 58
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12
13
14
Long press: Fast rewind ....... 58
AUX input .............................. 61
TEL - Telephone menu ....... 107
MEDIA - Change audio
source ................................... 58
RADIO - Change audio
source, waveband ................. 48
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NAVI 50 IntelliLink (Type A)
Introduction
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
m: Switch on/off .................... 30
]: Decrease volume ............. 30
<: Increase volume ............... 30
M USB port ............................ 63
AUX input .............................. 61
Clock ..................................... 30
yPHONE: Telephone
menu ................................... 107
ÿSETTINGS: Audio
settings, e.g. "Tone
settings" ................................ 40
"Volume settings" .................. 42
Bluetooth settings ................. 30
Display settings ..................... 30
System settings ..................... 43
æDark: Darken screen
(only clock and audio
system information are
displayed) .............................. 30
10 yNAVI: Navigation menu ...... 75
11 sMAP: View map ................. 75
12 èRADIO: Change audio
source to radio ...................... 48
9
13 tMEDIA: Change audio
source - USB, iPod ............... 63
BT (Bluetooth) ....................... 67
AUX ....................................... 61
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NAVI 50 IntelliLink (Type B)
Introduction
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
m: Switch on/off .................... 30
AUX ....................................... 61
]: Decrease volume ............. 30
<: Increase volume ............... 30
M USB port ............................ 63
AUX input .............................. 61
Clock ..................................... 30
Ý: Phone reception ........... 107
AhaⓇ application .................. 30
14 æ: Darken screen (only
clock and audio system
information are displayed) .... 30
Ü: Battery life .................... 107
yPhone: Telephone menu . 107
ÿSetting: Audio settings,
e.g. "Tone settings" ............... 40
"Volume settings" .................. 42
Bluetooth settings ................. 30
Display settings ..................... 30
System settings ..................... 43
10 ýNav: Navigation menu ........ 75
11 yMAP: View map .................. 75
12 ñRadio: Change audio
source to radio ...................... 48
13 üMedia: Change audio
source - USB, iPod ............... 63
BT (Bluetooth) ....................... 67
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NAVI 80 IntelliLink (Type A)
Introduction
1
Audio information, e.g.
Radio ..................................... 48
M USB devices ...................... 63
12 Navigation: Direction and
distance to next change of
direction ................................ 75
13 <: Pop-up menu ................... 30
14 Navigation display ................. 75
2
3
Bluetooth music .................... 67
H: System notifications .......... 30
y: Telephone status ........... 107
Map ....................................... 96
15 f: Favourites, e.g. for
Navigation ............................ 75
Call log ................................ 115
Outside temperature ............. 30
Clock ..................................... 30
Traffic information ................. 96
R: Display lists - Scroll up .... 30
Media (e.g. Radio) ................ 48
4
5
6
7
Auxiliary devices ................... 61
8
9
Map: Change scale ............... 96
Enter menus, confirm
actions ................................... 30
S: Display lists - Scroll
down ..................................... 30
Map: Change scale ............... 96
10 ;: Home page ...................... 30
11 m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
Turn: Change volume ........... 30
Phone .................................. 107
Services ................................ 78
16 Driving economy ................... 30
17 Menu: Access Main menu ..... 30
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NAVI 80 IntelliLink (Type B)
Introduction
1
Audio information, e.g.
Radio ..................................... 48
Auxiliary devices ................... 61
M USB devices ...................... 63
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Bluetooth music .................... 67
H: System notifications .......... 30
y: Telephone status ........... 107
Call log ................................ 115
Outside temperature ............. 30
Clock ..................................... 30
Traffic information ................. 96
Navigation: Direction and
distance to next change of
direction ................................ 75
<: Pop-up menu ................... 30
Navigation display ................. 75
Map ....................................... 96
10 f: Favourites, e.g. for
Navigation ............................ 75
Media (e.g. Radio) ................ 48
Phone .................................. 107
Services ................................ 78
11 Driving economy ................... 30
12 Menu: Access Main menu ..... 30
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Introduction
1
m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
2
Turn: Change volume ........... 30
2 - Radio, Short press:
Search for previous radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
backwards ............................. 58
3
4
Long press: Fast rewind ....... 58
CD slot .................................. 58
3 - Radio, Short press:
Search for next radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3 CD, Short
press: Skip track forwards ..... 58
5
6
7
Long press: Fast forward ...... 58
d - CD ejection ..................... 58
TEL - Telephone menu ....... 107
AUDIO - Change audio
source ................................... 58
8
9
<: Pop-up menu ................... 30
Central rotary knob ............... 30
Press: Confirm an action ....... 30
Turn: Access display
menu options ........................ 30
Turn: Access the stored
radio station list ..................... 48
Turn: Select next/previous
station ................................... 50
Turn: Change CD/MP3
track ...................................... 58
10 r - Return to previous
menu, cancel an action ......... 30
11 MENU: Access Main menu ... 30
12 7: Go to Home page ............ 30
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Introduction
NAVI 80 IntelliLink (Type C)
Introduction
1
Audio information, e.g.
Radio ..................................... 48
Auxiliary devices ................... 61
M USB devices ...................... 63
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Bluetooth music .................... 67
H: System notifications .......... 30
y: Telephone status ........... 107
Call log ................................ 115
Outside temperature ............. 30
Clock ..................................... 30
Traffic information ................. 96
Navigation: Direction and
distance to next change of
direction ................................ 75
<: Pop-up menu ................... 30
Navigation display ................. 75
Map ....................................... 96
10 f: Favourites, e.g. for
Navigation ............................ 75
Media (e.g. Radio) ................ 48
Phone .................................. 107
Services ................................ 78
11 Driving economy ................... 30
12 Menu: Access Main menu ..... 30
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Introduction
1
m - Press: Switch on/off ........ 30
2
Turn: Change volume ........... 30
2 - Radio, Short press:
Search for previous radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3/WMA CD,
Short press: Skip track
backwards ............................. 58
3
4
Long press: Fast rewind ....... 58
CD slot .................................. 58
3 - Radio, Short press:
Search for next radio
frequency .............................. 50
Long press: Automatic
station search ........................ 50
Audio/MP3 CD, Short
press: Skip track forwards ..... 58
5
6
7
Long press: Fast forward ...... 58
d - CD ejection ..................... 58
MEDIA - Change audio
source ................................... 58
MENU: Access Main menu ... 30
8
9
OPTIONS: Pop-up menu ...... 30
Central rotary knob ............... 30
Press: Confirm an action ....... 30
Turn: Access display
menu options ........................ 30
Turn: Access the stored
radio station list ..................... 48
Turn: Select next/previous
station ................................... 50
Turn: Change CD/MP3
track ...................................... 58
10 / - Return to previous
menu, cancel an action ......... 30
11 HOME: Access Main menu ... 30
12 RADIO - Change audio
source, waveband ................. 48
Steering column controls Type A
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Introduction
2
AUDIO/SOURCE Change audio source ............ 30
6TEL - Telephone menu .... 107
3
4
5
6
7
8
NAVI - Navigation menu ....... 78
! - Increase volume ............. 30
@ - Mute/unmute ................... 30
78 - Take/end phone call . . 115
# - Decrease volume ............ 30
5 - Voice recognition ........... 106
OK - Confirm actions ............. 48
9
Turn: Move up/down in
display menus, select
next/previous radio
preset / radio frequency /
audio track ........................... 50
_ / 6 - Move left/right
within display text, move
around display screen ........... 58
Steering column controls Type B
1
2
3
4
5
6
RADIO/CD - Change
audio source ......................... 48
MEDIA - Change audio
source ................................... 48
! - Increase volume ............. 30
@ - Mute/unmute ................... 30
# - Decrease volume ............ 30
Short press: Change radio
source/waveband .................. 48
Long press: Automatic
station storing ........................ 52
Turn: Change radio
frequency .............................. 50
Short press: Select audio
track (CD player mode) ......... 58
Long press: Fast forward/
rewind an audio track (CD
player mode) ......................... 58
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Steering column controls Type C
1
2
SOURCE/AUDIO Change audio source ............ 30
78 ...................................... 107
Take/end phone call ........... 115
3
4
5
6
7
@ - Mute/unmute ................... 30
5 - Activate voice
recognition .......................... 106
! - Increase volume,
mute/unmute ......................... 30
# - Decrease volume,
mute/unmute ......................... 30
MODE/OK - Confirm
actions, change audio
mode ..................................... 48
Take/end phone call ........... 115
Turn: Access display
menu options, next/
previous radio preset /
radio frequency / audio
track ..................................... 48
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Note
Depending on version, the voice
recognition button 5 may
alternatively be located on the
steering wheel.
Theft-deterrent feature
Depending on Infotainment system,
an electronic security system is
included for the purpose of theft
deterrence. The Infotainment system
functions only in your vehicle and is
therefore worthless to a thief.
The security code (supplied
separately) must be entered upon
first use of the system and after
prolonged interruptions to the power
supply.
Note
The security code is not required for
R16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB.
Entering the security code
When first switching on the
Infotainment system, an enter
security code message, e.g. Radio
code followed by 0000 appears on the
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display screen. Depending on
Infotainment system, the message
may only appear after a brief delay.
To enter first digit of security code,
press numbered button 1 on the unit
repeatedly until desired number is
displayed. Enter second, third and
fourth digits using buttons 2, 3 and 4
in the same way.
When the full code is displayed, press
and hold button 6 until an audible
signal sounds. The system is
unlocked when the correct code has
been entered.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink,
NAVI 80 IntelliLink: Enter the security
code using numbered buttons 0 to 9
on the touchscreen display. The
system is unlocked when the correct
code has been entered.
Incorrect code entered
Depending on Infotainment system,
when the security code has been
entered incorrectly, an incorrect code
message, e.g. Error code followed by
a countdown value, e.g. Wait 100 is
displayed.
Wait until the countdown has expired,
then enter the correct code. Each
time the code is entered incorrectly,
the countdown time may be doubled,
depending on Infotainment system.
Changing the geographical area
When the security code is entered,
depending on Infotainment system
you may be prompted to choose a
geographical area, for example:
● Europe
● Asia
● Arabia
● America
Switch off the Infotainment system,
then simultaneously press button 1
and 5 and m. Then press _ or 6 until
desired area is highlighted on the
display screen and set with button 6.
Usage
Infotainment controls
The Infotainment system is operated
via buttons, rotary knobs and/or
display menus.
Inputs are made via:
● the central control unit in the
instrument panel 3 6, or
● the controls on the steering
column 3 6
● the voice recognition system (if
available) 3 104
● the touchscreen
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink,
NAVI 80 IntelliLink) 3 39
Note
Only the most direct ways for menu
operation are described in the
subsequent chapters. In some
cases, there may be other options.
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off
Press X to switch the Infotainment
system on.
The previously used audio source is
active.
Press X (or, depending on
Infotainment system, press and hold)
to switch the Infotainment system off.
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Note
The clock and/or outside
temperature may be displayed when
the Infotainment system is switched
off (depending on version).
NAVI 50 IntelliLink:
The Infotainment system
automatically switches on/off when
the ignition is switched on/off. Press
X instead, if required.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink:
The Infotainment system
automatically switches on when the
ignition is switched on. Press X
instead, if required.
The following options may be
displayed (depending on version):
● Change settings (to authorise or
reject data sharing)
Note
When data sharing is switched off,
certain features may not operate
correctly.
● Language (to change the system
language)
● Done (to continue to the Home
page)
The Infotainment system
automatically switches off when the
ignition is switched off and the driver's
door is opened. Press X instead, if
required.
Automatic switch-off
With the ignition off, if the
Infotainment system is switched on
with X, it will switch-off automatically
a short period after the last user input.
Depending on Infotainment system,
automatic switch-off occurs after
approx. 5 to 20 minutes.
Pressing X again will allow the
Infotainment system to remain on for
a further 5 to 20 minutes.
Setting the volume
Turn X/volume rotary knob, or press
< or ].
Alternatively (with the steering
column controls), press ! or #.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink:
Depending on version, it is possible to
set various volume levels individually
(including audio players, traffic
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announcements, navigation
instructions, phone calls and
ringtone).
From the Home page, touch
ÿSetting(s) then Audio followed by
Sound.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Volume
settings" 3 42.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink:
To set various volume levels
individually (e.g. navigation
instructions, traffic announcements,
phone calls) from the Home page,
touch MENU then System followed by
Sound.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "System
settings" 3 43.
Stored volume
When the Infotainment system is
switched off, the current volume is
stored.
Speed dependent volume
When speed dependent volume
(3 42) is activated, the volume is
adapted automatically to compensate
for road and wind noise.
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Mute
To mute the current audio source
(depending on Infotainment system),
press X briefly or turn knob fully
anticlockwise.
Alternatively (with the steering
column controls), press @ or 8 or
press ! and # simultaneously.
Unmute
To unmute (depending on
Infotainment system), briefly press
X again or turn clockwise.
Alternatively (with the steering
column controls): Press @ again or
press ! and # simultaneously again.
Note
When a traffic announcement is
broadcast, the system is
automatically unmuted.
For further information, refer to
"Radio data system" 3 53.
Display screen operation
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Display screen operation
● To move up/down in the display:
Turn OK.
● To confirm actions: Press OK.
● To cancel actions (and return to
previous menu): Press /.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Display screen
operation
Use the touchscreen for the following
displayed menus as described in
each section:
● è/ñRADIO
Refer to "Radio" section 3 48.
● t/üMEDIA
Refer to "USB port" section
3 63.
● yPHONE
Refer to "Phone" section 3 107.
● sMAP / yMap
Refer to "Navigation" section
3 75.
●
●
yNAVI / ýNav
Refer to "Navigation" section
3 75.
ÿSETTING(S)
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Tone settings" 3 40, "Volume
settings" 3 42 and "System
settings" 3 43.
Note
Depending on software version, the
menus available on the display
screen may differ from those listed
above.
When the Home page 7 is displayed,
it is possible to hide these menus from
the display (only clock and audio
system information may be shown) by
touching æ. Touch anywhere on the
screen to display these menus again.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Display screen
operation
Use the touchscreen for the following
displayed menus as described in
each section.
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(Type A)
(Type B, C)
On the Home page, touch MENU to
access the Main menu. The following
menus and controls are displayed:
● ⇑ Navigation
Refer to "Navigation" 3 75.
● t Multimedia:
● Radio: Refer to "Radio"
3 48.
● Media:
CD (only available with Type
B and C): Refer to "CD
player" 3 58.
USB: Refer to "USB port"
3 63.
SD: Operation is similar to
those for the CD player
3 58.
Auxiliary: Refer to "AUX
input" 3 61.
Bluetooth: Refer to
"Bluetooth music" 3 67.
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●
●
●
●
Pictures: Refer to "Displaying
pictures" in the "External
devices" section 3 73.
● Video: Refer to "Playing
movies" in the "External
devices" section 3 73.
g Phone
Refer to "Phone" 3 107.
G/J Vehicle
Touch to open Eco Driving/
Driving Eco2, On-board computer
and Settings menus.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Modes of operation" below.
N/@ Services
Touch to open Navigation
services and Settings menus.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Modes of operation" below.
tSystem
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
Note
Depending on software version, the
menus on the display screen may
differ from the illustrations shown.
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● i/←: Move to previous page
● j/→: Move to next page
● ↑: Display lists; Scroll up
● ↓: Display lists; Scroll down
● <: Open pop-up menu
● r: Return to previous menu
The display screen can also be
operated using the controls on the
Infotainment system fascia.
Note
Depending on version, some
controls available on the
Infotainment system fascia do not
operate the features on the display
screen.
Note
Depending on vehicle, operation of
the touchscreen may be restricted
during driving.
Modes of operation
Radio
To change the audio source to radio:
Depending on Infotainment system,
press RADIO, RADIO/CD or
AUDIO/SOURCE.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
To access the radio menu at any time,
touch 7 followed by è/ñRadio.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
To access the radio menu from the
Home page, touch MENU then
Multimedia followed by Radio.
Detailed description of the radio
functions 3 48.
Audio players
To change the audio source to CD,
USB, AUX, Bluetooth or iPod (where
applicable): Depending on
Infotainment system, touch MEDIA,
RADIO/CD or AUDIO/SOURCE.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink: To access the
menu for connected auxiliary devices
(USB, iPod, BT (Bluetooth) or AUX) at
any time, touch 7 followed by t/
üMedia. Touch S in top left corner
and select auxiliary source.
For AhaⓇ application (available
depending on version), refer to
"Additional features
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink)" below.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink: To access the
menu for auxiliary devices (e.g. Audio
CD, USB, SD card, AUX input,
Bluetooth) from the Home page,
touch MENU then Multimedia
followed by Media. Select auxiliary
source from the display list.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB
Detailed descriptions of:
● AUX input functions 3 61
● USB port functions 3 63
● Bluetooth music operation
3 67
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB
Detailed descriptions of:
● CD player functions 3 58
● AUX input functions 3 61
● USB port functions 3 63
● Bluetooth music operation
3 67
Introduction
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
Detailed descriptions of:
● AUX input functions 3 61
● USB port (including iPod)
functions 3 63
● Bluetooth music operation
3 67
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
Detailed descriptions of:
● CD functions (Type B and C only)
3 58
● AUX input functions 3 61
● USB port functions 3 63
● Bluetooth music operation
3 67
Navigation, Map (NAVI 50 IntelliLink,
NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
Detailed description of the Navigation
system 3 75, Browse map 3 96.
Phone
Use the display options in the
following menus to connect mobile
phones, make telephone calls, create
contacts lists and adjust various
settings.
Detailed description of the handsfree
phone system functions 3 107.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Phone
To access the Phone menu: Press
6 or TEL.
To access the phone settings menu:
Press TEL and select Phone settings.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Phone
To access the Phone menu at any
time: Touch 7 followed by yPhone.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Phone
To access the Phone menu from the
Home page, touch MENU followed by
Phone.
Vehicle information
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
To access the Vehicle menu from the
Home page, touch MENU followed by
Vehicle.
Depending on vehicle, the following
menus are displayed:
● Eco Driving/Driving Eco2
● On-board computer
● Settings
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Eco Driving/Driving Eco2
The following features are available:
● Trip report
Displays the following data from
the last journey:
Average fuel consumption,
average speed, total fuel
consumption, total distance.
Within the trip report, Eco
scoring provides an overall score
out of 100 for driving economy.
Higher figures indicate better
driving economy. Ratings are
also given for average
environmental driving
performance (Acceleration),
gearchanging efficiency
(Gearbox) and brake control
(Anticipation).
To save journey data: Touch
'Save' then select the journey
type from the following list:
Home/work, holiday/vacation,
weekend, trip/tour, personal.
To reset journey data: Touch
'Reset'. Confirm or cancel with
'Yes' or 'No'.
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Introduction
Touch < to open pop-up menu
where trip reports can be
compared or to show/hide
reports after the completion of a
journey.
My preferred trips
Displays changes in your driving
style (when journey data has
been saved).
The 'Summary' tab for each
journey type (e.g. Home/work)
displays the following: Total route
distance, distance covered, date
of information update and
average driving economy rating
out of 100.
The 'Detailed report'/'Details' tab
displays journey record
information.
Eco coaching
Displays advice for reducing fuel
consumption.
●
Scroll through the pages and
familiarise yourself with the
advice.
Eco challenge
Displays best, average and
current driving economy ratings
out of 100 and average fuel
consumption (depending on
version).
On-board computer
Displays the following information
since the last reset:
● start date of calculation
● total distance
● average speed
● average fuel consumption
● total fuel consumption
To reset on-board computer and
instrument panel trip computer
information, touch Reset then Yes to
confirm.
For further information, refer to "Trip
computer" in the Owner's Manual.
Settings
The following settings can be
changed:
● Park Assist
● Depending on vehicle, touch
Front park assist or Rear
park assist to switch on/off
(box is checked/unchecked).
Touch Done/Confirm to save
changes.
● Volume:
Touch < or ] alongside the
volume bar to change volume
of the ultrasonic parking
assist system. For further
information, refer to "Parking
assist" in the Owner's
Manual.
● Rear camera view settings
(available depending on
version):
Select to switch rear view
camera on/off, change
guidelines (static/dynamic)
and adjust image settings
(e.g. brightness, saturation
and contrast).
Introduction
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●
Touch Done to save
changes. For further
information, refer to "Rear
view camera" in the Owner's
Manual.
● < (pop-up menu):
Touch < in the Park Assist
menu or submenus followed
by Reset to the default
values to restore default
factory settings for all or
current Park Assist options.
Image settings (available
depending on version)
To adjust e.g., brightness,
saturation and contrast.
The following options (depending
on vehicle) can also be adjusted:
● Automatically fold in the
exterior mirrors to the parking
position upon locking the
vehicle (switch on/off).
● Lock/unlock doors while
driving.
● Activate rear window wiper
when selecting reverse gear
(switch on/off).
●
Daytime running lights
(switch on/off).
● Unlock the driver's door only
when opening the door
(switch on/off).
● Easy access (switch on/off).
● Driving style indicator (fuel
economy gauge) (switch on/
off).
● Eco score (switch on/off).
● Show report after trip (switch
on/off).
After the settings are changed, touch
Done to confirm.
Services (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
To access the Services menu from
the Home page, touch MENU
followed by Services.
The following menus are displayed:
● Navigation services
● Settings
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Navigation services
In addition to the free navigation
services (e.g. traffic information, fixed
speed cameras), extra features can
be added by subscribing to paid LIVE
services.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "LIVE
services" in the "Navigation" section
3 78.
Settings
The following menus are displayed:
● Connectivity manager
Select to manage Bluetooth
auxiliary devices.
● Navigation services
Select to access navigation
related features, e.g. traffic,
speed cameras, local search,
My TomTom LIVE, weather.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"LIVE services" in the
"Navigation" section 3 78.
Note
A compatible SD card must be
inserted to access LIVE services.
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Introduction
Data sharing settings
Select to switch data sharing on/
off.
Note
When data sharing is switched off,
certain features may not operate
correctly.
● Turn Bluetooth on/off (or
Activate/deactivate Bluetooth)
Select to switch Bluetooth on/off.
A confirmation message is
displayed.
Favourites (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
When the Home page is displayed,
touch f to view, add or delete
favourites for the following features:
● ⇑ Navigation 3 75.
● t Multimedia - refer to "Radio"
3 48.
● g Phone 3 107.
● N/@ Services 3 78.
Navigation favourites
Select an empty slot in the display or
touch < (to open a pop-up menu),
then select Add Favourite.
Choose from the displayed list to add
a saved destination to the favourites.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" in the "Navigation" section
3 90.
Multimedia favourites
Select an empty slot in the display or
touch < (to open a pop-up menu),
then Add Favourite.
Choose from the displayed list to add
a preset FM radio station to the
favourites.
Phone favourites
Select an empty slot in the display or
touch < (to open a pop-up menu),
then Add Favourite.
Choose from the displayed list to add
a phone contact to the favourites.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Phonebook" in
the "Phone" section 3 115.
Services favourites
Select an empty slot in the display or
touch < (to open a pop-up menu),
then Add Favourite.
Choose from the displayed list to add
a service item to the favourites.
Delete favourites
Touch < and select Remove all
Favourites or Remove a Favourite.
Then select a favourite from the
displayed list. A confirmation
message is displayed. Touch Delete
and confirm if prompted.
Additional features
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
Depending on version, the following
additional features are available:
● Rear camera view settings.
● AhaⓇ application (for
smartphones).
Rear camera view settings
When the rear camera view is shown
on the display, touch ÿSetting(s) to
open the settings menu.
The following settings can be
updated:
● Switch the rear camera view
display Off/On.
● Colours
Touch ]/< to adjust level.
Introduction
●
Brightness
Touch ]/< to adjust level.
● Contrast
Touch ]/< to adjust level.
For further information, refer to "Rear
view camera" section in the vehicle
Owner's Manual.
AhaⓇ application
The AhaⓇ app enables you to
organise favourite smartphone
internet content (e.g. podcasts, audio
books, internet radio, social network
sites etc.) and access favourites
instantly. AhaⓇ can also be used
during navigation, to suggest e.g.
hotels and restaurants in the vicinity,
and provide weather information and
current GPS position.
AhaⓇ must first be downloaded onto
your smartphone. Launch the app on
your smartphone and create a user
account to enable use via the
Infotainment system.
To connect to AhaⓇ via the
Infotainment system, a bluetooth
connection must be set up between
the smartphone and the Infotainment
system, i.e. the device must be paired
to the vehicle before using it. Refer to
"Bluetooth connection" in the "Phone"
section 3 111 for further information.
Note
Data sharing and location services
must be enabled on the smartphone
to use the AhaⓇ app. During use,
data transfer may incur additional
costs not included in the contract
with your network provider.
When a bluetooth connection is
active, AhaⓇ can be accessed via
the Infotainment system. From the
Home page, touch üMedia. Touch
S in top left corner to display the list
of auxiliary sources, then select aha.
The following menus are displayed:
● Player
● List
● Presets
● Nearby
To access your AhaⓇ favourites,
select Presets.
While using the navigation system
3 75, to find a nearby point of
interest (POI) with AhaⓇ touch
Nearby and select a group (e.g. hotel,
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restaurant). A range of POIs in the
vicinity are displayed; select the
required POI. The POI can be set as
either a destination or a waypoint by
touching y.
Depending on POI type, contact
details and further information may be
displayed. When phone numbers are
provided for POIs, they can also be
dialled using the handsfree phone
system by touching y.
For further information, refer to
"Operation" in the "Phone" section
3 115.
Touch operation overview
The Infotainment system display
(NAVI 50, NAVI 80 IntelliLink) has a
touch-sensitive surface that allows
direct interaction with the displayed
menu controls.
Caution
Do not use pointed or hard items
like ballpoint pens, pencils or
similar for touchscreen operation.
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Introduction
Selecting or activating a screen
button or menu item
Touch a screen button or menu item.
● A short touch activates the
selected item.
● Touch and hold to save a
selected item.
The corresponding system function is
activated, a message is shown, or a
submenu with further options is
displayed.
Note
In subsequent chapters, the
operating steps for selecting and
activating a screen button or menu
item via the touch screen will be
described as "...select <button
name>/<item name>".
Scrolling lists
If there are more items available than
presentable on the screen, the list
must be scrolled.
To scroll through a list of menu items,
touch S or R at the top and at the
bottom of the scroll bar.
Touch and hold S or R to fast scroll
through a list.
Note
In subsequent chapters, the
operating steps for scrolling to a list
item via the touch screen will be
described as "...scroll to <item
name>".
Scrolling within a map
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current position.
To scroll within the map, drag the map
in the required direction.
Note
Constant pressure must be applied
and the finger must be moved at
constant speed.
Tone settings
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Tone settings
In the audio settings menu, the tone
characteristics can be set.
Press SETUP to access the settings
menu.
Select Audio settings, then Sound
and turn OK until the desired setting
is selected from:
● BASS (bass)
● TREBLE (treble)
● FADER (front/rear balance)
● BALANCE (left/right balance)
The display indicates the type of
setting followed by the adjustment
value.
Set the desired value by turning OK
and press the knob to confirm
selections.
To exit the audio settings menu,
press /.
Note
If there is no activity, the system will
exit the audio settings menu
automatically.
Setting bass and treble
Select Bass or Treble.
Set the desired value by turning OK
and press the knob to confirm setting.
Depending on version,
BASS BOOST setting is also
available.
Introduction
Setting the volume distribution
between right - left
Select Balance.
Set the desired value by turning OK
and press the knob to confirm setting.
Setting the volume distribution
between front - rear
Available depending on version.
Select Fader.
Set the desired value by turning OK
and press the knob to confirm setting.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Tone settings
To access the settings menu at any
time, touch 7 followed by
ÿSetting(s).
The following settings submenus are
displayed:
● Audio
See "Audio settings" below.
● Display
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
●
Bluetooth
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
● System
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
Audio settings
Select Audio to display the following
options:
● Vol/Speed (Off/1/2/3/4/5)
Speed dependent volume control
- refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Volume settings" 3 42.
● Loudness (On/Off)
Switch loudness on to increase
bass and treble levels.
● BAL/FAD
Available depending on version.
Touch l to open the volume
distribution balance and tone
settings submenu.
On the left side of the display,
adjust the right/left balance with
k/l and the front/rear balance
with R/S.
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On the right side of the display,
adjust the Bass, Mid and Treble
tone characteristics (between
-5 to +5) with k/l.
Touch OK to confirm changes.
Sound
Depending on version, touch l
to open the volume distribution
balance and tone settings
submenu.
On the left side of the display,
adjust the right/left balance with
k/l and the front/rear balance
with R/S.
On the right side of the display,
adjust the Bass, Mid and Treble
tone characteristics (between
-5 to +5) with k/l.
Touch OK to confirm changes.
For other versions of the sound
submenu (where volumes can be
set individually for a list of audio
types), refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Volume
settings" 3 42.
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Introduction
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Tone settings
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "System
settings" 3 43.
Volume settings
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Volume settings
Press SETUP to access the settings
menu.
Select Audio settings, then Speed
vol. and turn OK until the desired
setting is selected.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Volume
settings
To access the settings menu at any
time, touch 7 followed by
ÿSetting(s).
The following settings submenus are
displayed:
● Audio
See "Audio settings" below.
● Display
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
● Bluetooth
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
● System
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"System settings" 3 43.
Audio settings
Select Audio to display the following
options:
● Vol/Speed (Off/1/2/3/4/5)
The volume increases when
vehicle speed increases, to
compensate for wind and road
noise.
Speed compensated volume can
be switched off or the degree of
volume adaptation can be set.
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●
Loudness (On/Off)
Switch loudness on to increase
bass and treble levels.
BAL/FAD
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Tone settings" 3 40.
Sound
Touch l to open the audio
preferences submenu.
Depending on version, the
volume of different audio types
can be set independently, e.g.
audio, traffic announcements,
navigation instructions,
handsfree phone system and
ringtone levels. Touch ]/< to
adjust volume of each audio type.
If required, touch Reset to
defaults to return all volumes to
the factory settings.
For other versions of the sound
submenu, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Tone
settings" 3 40.
Introduction
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Volume
settings
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "System
settings" 3 43.
System settings
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB System settings
Press SETUP and access the
settings menu by turning and
pressing OK.
When system setting adjustments
have been made, press SETUP to
exit the menu and save changes. The
system also saves and exits
automatically after a delay.
Set clock
To set the system clock and the time
display format, select Clock. Select
the required setting by turning and
pressing OK.
Change system language
Change the display language by
accessing the Language menu.
Select a language from the list by
turning and pressing OK.
Restore default system settings
To restore system settings to their
default values, select Default
settings by turning and pressing OK.
Confirm modification when prompted
by pressing OK again.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - System
settings
To access the settings menu at any
time, touch 7 followed by
ÿSetting(s).
The following settings submenus are
displayed:
● Audio:
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Tone settings" 3 40 and
"Volume settings" 3 42.
● Display: See below.
● Bluetooth: See below.
● System: See below.
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Display
Select Display to display the following
options:
● Brightness (Low/Mid/High)
● Map mode (Auto/Day/Night)
● Auto: Day and night mode
are changed automatically.
● Day: The map screen is
always displayed with bright
colours.
● Night: The map screen is
always displayed with dark
colours.
● Background (Dark/Light)
Available depending on version.
Switch between a dark or light
display mode (available
depending on vehicle).
Bluetooth
Select Bluetooth to display the
following options:
● View Bluetooth device list
● Search for Bluetooth device
● External device authorisation
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Introduction
●
Change passkey (for pairing of
Bluetooth devices with the
Infotainment system)
● Smartphone
Available depending on version.
For help with activating and
operating voice controls - refer to
"Voice recognition" 3 104.
For further information on Bluetooth
settings, refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Bluetooth music" 3 67 and
"Bluetooth connection" in the "Phone"
section 3 111.
System
Select System to display the following
options:
● Language
Change display language and
voice instruction language for
Navigation system. Press OK to
confirm selection.
● Clock/units
The following settings can be
changed:
●
●
●
Time Format (12h/24h)
Units (km/mls)
Time Setting
Press l to open the Time
set submenu containing the
following options:
Auto/Manual
If Auto time setting is
selected, the time is set
automatically by GPS.
If Manual time setting is
selected, adjust as
appropriate.
Note
Navigation maps for the current
country must be installed on the
system to ensure the local time is
correct.
● Factory settings
The following settings can be
reset to the factory default:
● All
● Phone
● Navigation
● Audio-Media-Radio-System
●
●
Navigation (On/Off)
System version (displays
Infotainment system software
version number)
When system setting adjustments
have been made, touch 7 (and select
another menu on the display) to exit
the settings menu and save changes.
The system also saves and exits
automatically after a delay.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - System
settings
To access the system settings menu
from the Home page, touch MENU
followed by System.
The following settings submenus are
displayed:
● Language
● Display
● Sound
● Clock
● Safety warnings
● Home screen
● Keyboards
● Set units
Introduction
● Status & Information
● Remove SD-card
● Restore factory settings
After system settings are changed,
touch Done to confirm.
Language
To change Infotainment system
language then voice type (depending
on version).
●
Display
The following settings are displayed:
● Daytime brightness: Change
screen brightness to suit external
light levels (daylight).
During low external light levels,
the display screen is easier to
view when the display is not too
bright.
● Nighttime brightness/Night
brightness: Change screen
brightness to suit external light
levels (night light).
During low external light levels,
the display screen is easier to
view when the display is not too
bright.
Sound
The following settings submenus are
displayed:
● Sound levels: To change volume
and sounds for traffic information,
handsfree phone system, phone
ringtone, system/computer
voice, navigation instructions and
park assist (depending on
version).
● Alerts: To adjust alert volume,
and switch on/off alerts when
display screen is switched off.
● Speed sensitivity: To set volume
adjustment based on vehicle
speed.
●
Automatic day/night mode/
Switch to night mode at night: To
activate automatic switching
between daytime/night
brightness.
Night mode is activated during
low external light levels and when
the headlights are switched on.
Force night mode/Use night
mode: To activate night mode.
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●
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Computer voice: Adjust types of
information to be given by the
Infotainment system voice (e.g.
"Read aloud motorway lane
instructions").
Voice: Change the voice used by
the Infotainment system (if
available).
Clock
To set the system clock and the time
display format.
Keeping the automatic time
adjustment setting switched on is
recommended.
Safety warnings
To switch on/off various alerts
provided by the Infotainment system
(e.g. "Warn when driving faster than
allowed"). Check appropriate boxes
to switch on.
Home screen
To change the home page
configuration.
Select from list of options to see a
preview of each home page layout.
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Introduction
Keyboards
To change first the alphabet type (e.g.
Latin, Greek) then the keyboard type
(e.g. Qwerty, ABCD).
Set units
To change the units of measurement,
for e.g. distance (km/miles), coordinates (degrees, minutes,
seconds), temperature (℃, ℉) and
barometric units (if available).
Status & Information
To display system information, e.g.
version, GPS status, network status,
licences and copyright information.
Remove SD-card
To eject the SD card safely.
Restore factory settings
To delete all Infotainment system
information. Follow the instructions
on the display.
Note
Afterwards, the Infotainment system
will restart in English by default. If
necessary, select Language in the
System menu to change language.
Multimedia settings
To access the Multimedia settings
menu from the Home page, touch
MENU then Multimedia, followed by
Settings.
The following settings submenus are
displayed:
● Sound
● Radio
● Media
● Pictures
● Video
After settings have been changed,
touch Done to confirm.
Sound
The following sound settings can be
updated:
● 'Spatialisation':
Set the sound distribution in the
vehicle.
● 'Bass Treble'/'Ambience':
Set the sound option, e.g.
'Neutral' or 'Pop-rock', 'Classical',
'Jazz' (if available). Select
'Manual' to manually set the
treble and bass levels.
●
●
Press Done to save changes.
'Demo arkamys' (if available):
Select to trial Arkamys mode.
'Bass Boost Arkamys':
Switch bass amplification on/off.
Radio
The following radio settings can be
updated:
● switch searching for Alternative
Frequencies (AF) on/off
● switch i-traffic (Traffic program
information) on/off
● switch programme type (PtY) on/
off
● switch Simulcast on/off
● display i-announcement
information (e.g. Area weather
information, Event information)
● update list of saved radio stations
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Radio" 3 48.
Introduction
Media
The following media settings can be
updated:
● switch Repeat (a track) on/off
● switch Shuffle on/off
● switch Display album cover on/off
● configure Manage Bluetooth
devices
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Bluetooth
music" 3 67.
Pictures
The following photo settings can be
updated:
● set display time for photos during
a slideshow ("Slide show delay")
● set transition effects between
photos in a slideshow ("Slide
show transition")
● switch from normal to full screen
display ("Default view")
For further information, refer to
"Displaying pictures" 3 73.
Video
The following video settings can be
updated:
● set display type for videos (if
available)
● switch from normal to full screen
display
For further information, refer to
"Playing movies" 3 73.
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Radio
Radio
Usage .......................................... 48
Station search .............................. 50
Autostore lists .............................. 52
Radio data system (RDS) ............ 53
Digital audio broadcasting ........... 55
Usage
●
Radio reception
●
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to:
● changes in distance from the
transmitter
● multi-path reception due to
reflection
● shadowing
Activating the radio
Press RADIO to switch the audio
source to radio.
The station previously selected will be
received.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Controls
The most important buttons for
control of the radio are:
● RADIO: Activate radio, change
waveband
● 2 3: Station search
● OK: Change frequency
● Station buttons 1...6: Preset
station buttons
SETUP: System settings,
automatic station storing
TEXT: Display radio text
information
Selecting the waveband
Press RADIO repeatedly to switch
between the available wavebands
(e.g. FM1, FM2, AM).
The station previously selected in that
waveband will be received.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Controls
Use the touchscreen to operate the
radio.
The main controls are:
● FM/AM/DAB (depending on
version): Switch between FM and
AM wavebands.
● l/m: Start automatic search
for next/previous radio station.
Radio
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●
k/l: Change to next/previous
frequency in increments of 0.5.
R/S: Scroll through a list of
stations.
Activating the radio
To activate the radio at any time,
touch 7 followed by è/ñRadio.
The station previously selected will be
received.
The following submenus are
displayed:
● Main: Radio station/frequency is
displayed.
● List: Displays an alphabetical list
of available radio stations
(maximum 50 stations).
Note
Radio stations without RDS: Only
the frequency is displayed. These
stations appear at the end of the list.
● Preset: Displays stored favourite
radio stations.
● Options:
The following settings can be
changed, depending on selected
waveband:
● RDS (On/Off)
● TA (On/Off)
● Region (On/Off)
● News (On/Off)
● AM (On/Off)
● Update list (Start)
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Radio data
system (RDS)" 3 53.
Selecting the waveband
Touch S alongside FM/AM/DAB (if
available) in the top left corner of the
display and select FM, AM or DAB
waveband.
The station previously selected in that
waveband will be received.
Note
AM waveband can be switched off
via the Options menu.
Refer to "Digital audio broadcasting"
3 55.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Controls
Use the touchscreen to operate the
radio.
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The main controls are:
● FM/AM/DR: Switch between FM,
AM and DR (digital radio)
wavebands.
● Y/Z: Start automatic search for
next/previous radio station.
● </>: Change to next/previous
frequency in increments.
● 4/1: Scroll through a list of
stations.
Activating the radio
To access the Radio from the Home
page, touch MENU then Multimedia,
followed by Radio.
The following modes are available:
● Preset:
Displays stored favourite radio
stations.
● List:
Displays an alphabetical list of
available radio stations
(maximum 50 stations).
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Radio
Note
Radio stations without RDS: Only
the frequency is displayed. These
stations appear at the end of the list.
● Frequency:
Search manually or automatically
by scanning the selected range
of frequencies.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Automatic station
search
Touch l or m to search for the next
receivable station in the current
waveband.
If no station is found, automatic
searching continues until l or m is
touched again.
Selecting the waveband
Touch FM/AM/DR tab in top left
corner of the display to switch
between wavebands.
The station previously selected in that
waveband will be received.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Automatic station
search
Touch Y or Z to search for the next
receivable station in the current
waveband.
If no station is found, automatic
searching continues until Y or Z is
touched again.
Station search
Automatic station search
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Automatic station search
Briefly press 2 or 3 to search for
the next receivable station in the
current waveband.
If no station is found, automatic
searching continues until 2 or 3 is
pressed again.
Manual station search
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Manual station search
Select the desired waveband then
press and hold 2 or 3 to scan the
selected waveband.
Release the button when close to the
required frequency. An automatic
search is then made for the next
receivable station and it is played
automatically.
Turn OK to change the frequency in
increments.
Stored station search
This allows you to recall radio stations
that you have previously stored.
To store a station, select the desired
waveband and station then press
station button 1...6 until an audible
signal sounds, confirming that the
station has been stored to the
appropriate station button. Six
stations per waveband can be stored.
Recalling a stored station
To recall a station, select the desired
waveband then briefly press station
button 1...6.
Search radio station name (FM only)
Select the FM waveband then
highlight the station name in the
display using _ or 6.
Radio
Press 1 or 4 repeatedly to manually
search for the required station name.
The frequency may be displayed
instead if the station name is
unavailable.
The alphabetical list contains up to
60 FM radio stations with the best
reception. This list can be updated at
any time. Autostore lists 3 52.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Manual station
search
Select the desired waveband then
touch k or l to change to next/
previous frequency in increments of
0.5.
Stored station search
This allows you to recall radio stations
that you have previously stored.
To store a station, select the desired
waveband and station then touch
Preset to display the stored
favourites.
Touch and hold on the desired
location. The frequency or name of
the radio station appears on the
favourite location, confirming that the
station has been stored (i indicates
the currently received station).
Note
12 stations per waveband can be
stored.
Recalling a stored station
To recall a station, select the desired
waveband then touch Preset to
display the stored favourites, then
select the desired favourite radio
station.
Touch k/l to move to the previous/
next page of favourites.
Search radio station name (FM and
DAB only)
Select waveband FM or DAB (if
available) then touch List to display
an alphabetical list of available radio
stations.
Touch S or R to manually search for
the required station name. The
frequency may be displayed instead
if the station name is unavailable.
Select a list item to receive the
selected station (i indicates the
currently received station).
The alphabetical list contains up to 50
radio stations with the best reception.
This list can be updated at any time,
refer to "Autostore lists" 3 52.
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NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Manual station
search
Select the desired waveband then
touch < or > to change to next/
previous frequency in increments.
Stored station search
This allows you to recall radio stations
that you have previously stored.
To store a station, select the desired
waveband and station then touch
Preset to display the stored
favourites.
Touch and hold on the desired
location until a beep is heard. The
frequency or name of the radio station
appears on the favourite location,
confirming that the station has been
stored. 6 stations per waveband can
be stored.
Alternatively, select the desired
waveband and station, then select
Frequency or List. Touch < to open a
pop-up menu, then select Save as
preset. Touch and hold on the desired
location until a beep is heard.
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Radio
Recalling a stored station
To recall a station, select the desired
waveband then touch Preset to
display the stored favourites, then
select the desired favourite radio
station.
Search radio station name (FM only)
Select the FM waveband then touch
List to display an alphabetical list of
available radio stations.
Touch ↑/4 or ↓/1 to manually search
for the required station name. The
frequency may be displayed instead
if the station name is unavailable.
The alphabetical list contains up to
50 radio stations with the best
reception. This list can be updated at
any time, refer to "Autostore lists"
3 52.
Autostore lists
The stations with the best reception in
a waveband can be searched for and
stored automatically via the autostore
function.
Automatic station storing
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Automatic station storing
The FM waveband has an autostore
list (AST), on which six stations can
be stored.
While listening to the radio, press and
hold RADIO: The six stations with the
strongest reception will be
automatically stored on AST.
Note
Due to signal strength, it is possible
that less than six stations will be
stored.
Recalling a station
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Recalling a station
Select the desired waveband, then
briefly press station button 1...6 to
recall a stored station.
To recall a station on the autostore list
(AST), while listening to the radio
briefly press SETUP to activate AST
mode. The station previously
selected will be received. Briefly
press station button 1...6 to recall
another stored station on the
autostore list.
Updating stations list manually
Stations can also be stored manually
in the autostore list.
Note
Only available with
NAVI 50 IntelliLink,
NAVI 80 IntelliLink.
To update the list of stations and
obtain the most recent ones, activate
the system update manually.
Depending on Infotainment system,
the sound may be muted during a
manual update.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Updating stations
list manually
Touch Options, scroll down to
Update List then select Start;
Updating ... appears on the display
until the update is complete.
Note
If DAB is available, it is
recommended to update the DAB
stations list manually when the
system is switched on.
Radio
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Updating stations
list manually
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Multimedia, followed by
Settings. Select Radio and scroll
down to Update radio list.
Alternatively (depending on version),
select Multimedia followed by Radio,
and choose any the following modes:
● Preset
● List
● Frequency
Then touch < to open a pop-up menu,
and select Update radio list.
Radio data system (RDS)
RDS is an FM station service that
helps you find the desired station and
ensures its fault-free reception.
Advantages of RDS
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The programme name of the
chosen station appears on the
display screen instead of its
frequency.
During an automatic station
search, the Infotainment system
tunes into RDS stations only.
The Infotainment system always
tunes into the best receivable
broadcasting frequency of the
chosen station, by means of AF
(Alternative Frequency).
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB RDS functions
Configuring RDS
Press SETUP and turn OK to access
the RDS menu. Press knob to select.
Turn the rotary knob to select RDS
SETUP.
Switching RDS on and off
Press Options on the display screen.
The following settings can be
changed:
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Switch on/off RDS-AF by pressing
OK. AF is shown on the display
screen when RDS is active.
Text information (Radio text)
Certain FM radio stations issue text
information relating to the broadcast
program (e.g. song name).
Press SETUP and turn OK to access
the Radio texts menu.
Turn the rotary knob to select Radio
and press the knob to see this
information.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - RDS
functions
Configuring RDS
Select Options. The following settings
can be changed:
● RDS (On/Off)
Switch off if not required.
● TA (On/Off)
See below.
● Region/AF (On/Off)
See below.
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Radio
●
News (On/Off)
See below.
● AM (On/Off)
Switch off if not required.
● Update list (Start)
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Autostore lists" 3 52.
TA (Traffic announcements)
If TA is switched on:
● Traffic announcements from
certain FM radio stations (and
DAB stations, if available) are
broadcast automatically.
● Radio and auxiliary audio source
playback is interrupted for the
duration of the traffic
announcement.
Note
Automatic broadcasting of traffic
announcements is deactivated if
waveband is set to AM.
Region/AF
If the RDS function is activated and
Region/AF is switched on:
The frequency of certain FM radio
stations may change depending on
the geographical area.
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and unwelcome changes in
frequency. Switch off Region/AF if
necessary.
News
If News is switched on:
● News announcements from
certain FM radio stations (and
DAB stations, if available) are
broadcast automatically.
● Radio and auxiliary audio source
playback is interrupted for the
duration of the traffic
announcement.
Text information (Radio text)
Certain FM radio stations (and DAB
stations, if available) issue text
information relating to the broadcast
program (e.g. song name).
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - RDS
functions
Configuring RDS
To access the Radio settings menu
from the Home page, select MENU
then Multimedia, followed by
Settings then Radio.
Depending on version, touch < to
open a pop-up menu, and access the
'Radio settings' option.
The following radio settings can be
updated:
● switch searching for Alternative
Frequencies (AF) on/off
● switch i-traffic (Traffic program
information) on/off
● switch programme type (PtY) on/
off
● switch Simulcast on/off
● display i-announcement
information (e.g. Area weather
information, Event information)
● update list of saved radio stations
Radio
Alternative Frequency (AF)
Switch on the RDS-AF function to
always tune into the best receivable
broadcasting frequency of the chosen
station
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and unwelcome changes in
frequency. Switch off RDS-AF
function if necessary.
i-traffic (Traffic program information)
Radio traffic service stations are FM
RDS stations that broadcast traffic
news.
Switch on I-Traffic to automatically
receive traffic bulletins when they are
broadcast.
Programme type search (PtY)
Switch on PtY to display the type of
programme (e.g. news, sport)
currently being broadcast
Update radio list
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Autostore lists" 3 52.
Simulcast
Switch on the Simulcast function to
automatically change from a DR
(digital radio) station to the same
station on the FM waveband in the
event of a loss of reception.
i-announcement
Select to display information such as
weather or events in the vicinity.
Text information (Radio text)
Certain FM radio stations issue text
information relating to the broadcast
program (e.g. song name).
To check for text information, from
any radio mode (e.g. Preset, List,
Frequency) touch < to open a pop-up
menu, and access the text
information option, by selecting e.g.
"Show radio text".
Digital audio broadcasting
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB) is
an innovative and universal
broadcast system.
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General information
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DAB stations are indicated by the
programme name instead of the
broadcasting frequency.
With DAB, several radio
programmes (services) can be
broadcast on a single frequency
(ensemble).
Besides high-quality digital audio
services, DAB is also able to
transmit programme-associated
data and a multitude of other data
services including travel and
traffic information.
As long as a given DAB receiver
can pick up the signal sent out by
a broadcasting station (even if
the signal is very weak), sound
reproduction is ensured.
There is no fading (weakening of
the sound) that is typical of AM or
FM reception. The DAB signal is
reproduced at a constant volume.
Interference caused by stations
that are on nearby frequencies (a
phenomenon that is typical of AM
and FM reception) does not
occur with DAB.
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Radio
If the DAB signal is too weak to
be picked up by the receiver, the
system switches over to the
same programme on another
DAB or FM station.
If the DAB signal is reflected by
natural obstacles or buildings,
the reception quality of DAB is
improved, whereas AM or FM
reception is considerably
impaired in such cases.
When DAB reception is enabled,
the FM tuner of the Infotainment
system remains active in the
background and continually
searches for the best receivable
FM stations.
CD Player
CD Player
General information ..................... 57
Usage .......................................... 58
General information
The Infotainment system's CD player
can playback audio CDs, MP3 CDs
and also WMA CDs (depending on
version).
CD16 BT, CD18 BT: AAC and WAV
formats can also be played.
Important information about audio
CDs and MP3/WMA CDs
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Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
●
Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with
the audio CD standard, may not
play correctly or not at all.
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Self-recorded CD-Rs and CDRWs and WMA files with Digital
Rights Management (DRM) from
online music shops may not play
correctly or not at all.
On mixed mode CDs
(combinations of audio and data,
e.g. MP3), only the audio tracks
will be detected and played.
Self-recorded CD-Rs and CDRWs are more vulnerable to
mishandling than prerecorded
CDs. Correct handling,
especially in the case of selfrecorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs,
must be ensured; see below.
Avoid leaving fingerprints when
you change CDs.
Put CDs back in their sleeves
immediately after removing them
from the CD player, in order to
protect them from dirt and
damage.
Dirt and liquids on CDs can
smear the lens of the audio
player inside the device and
cause faults.
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CD Player
Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
The following restrictions apply
for MP3/WMA CDs:
Only MP3 files and WMA files
can be read.
Maximum folder structure depth:
11 levels.
Maximum number of MP3 and/or
WMA files that can be saved:
1000 files.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls.
Playlist entries must be in the
form of relative paths.
The operation of MP3 and WMA
files is identical. When a CD with
WMA files is loaded, MP3-related
menus are displayed.
Usage
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB CD player usage
Starting CD playback
Switch on the Infotainment system
(by pressing m) and push the CD with
the printed side up into the CD slot
until it is pulled in: CD playback starts
automatically.
If there is already a CD in the unit,
press MEDIA repeatedly to select the
desired audio source: CD playback is
started.
Note
Depending on the data stored on the
audio CD or MP3 CD, differing
information about the CD and the
current music track will be shown on
the display.
Selecting an album or track
Turn BROWSE to select an album or
track from the list.
Press the knob to select.
Skipping to the next track or previous
track
Briefly press 2 or 3 once or
several times.
Fast forward or rewind
Press and hold 2 or 3 to fast
forward or rewind the current track.
Repeat
During CD playback, press and hold
the numbered button 1 (from the
Station buttons 1...6) to repeat the
current track.
RPT appears on the display when
repeat is active.
Press and hold the numbered button
1 again to deactivate.
RPT disappears from the display.
Random playback
During CD playback, press and hold
the numbered button 2 (from the
Station buttons 1...6) to activate
random playback.
MIX appears on the display when
random playback is active.
CD Player
Note
On an MP3 CD, the random
playback function applies only to the
current album.
Press and hold the numbered button
2 again to deactivate.
MIX disappears from the display.
Random playback can also be
deactivated by ejecting the CD.
Note
Random playback is not deactivated
when the audio system is switched
off or the source changed.
Pause
Briefly press m, @ or both ! and #
simultaneously to interrupt CD/MP3
CD playback. Press again to resume
playback.
The pause function is deactivated
automatically when the volume is
adjusted, the audio source is
changed or automatic information
messages are issued.
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Displaying additional text information
(CD-Text or ID3 tag)
After selecting a track or album,
briefly press TEXT to access the text
information available on the CD (e.g.
artist name, album name or song
name).
To display all text information at once,
press and hold TEXT.
To exit the display, press /.
Removing a CD
Press d: The CD is pushed out of the
CD slot.
If the CD is not removed after
ejection, it will be drawn back in again
automatically after a few seconds.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink (Type B and C)
- CD player usage
When CD player is selected, the
display includes the following options:
1.
2.
3.
4.
t: Move to previous track.
=: Pause track.
v: Move to next track.
Scroll bar for time elapsed: Scroll
through tracks.
5. <: Open pop-up menu; To
change the audio source or
access the track settings (e.g.
switch on/off shuffle or repeat,
show current track details, and
access sound settings).
6. Current playlist: Access the
current playback list.
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CD Player
7. New selection: Choose another
track from the connected audio
source.
8. r: Return to previous screen.
Starting CD playback
Switch on the Infotainment system
(by pressing m) and push the CD with
the printed side up into the CD slot
until it is pulled in: CD playback starts
automatically.
If there is already a CD in the unit,
touch S in top left corner and select
CD, or press MEDIA or AUDIO
repeatedly to select the desired audio
source: CD playback is started.
Note
Depending on the data stored on the
audio CD or MP3 CD, differing
information about the CD and the
current music track will be shown on
the display.
Selecting an album or track
Touch New selection or
Current playlist, or turn the central
rotary knob to select an album or track
from the list.
Skipping to the next track or previous
track
Briefly touch 2 or 3 once or
several times.
Fast forward or rewind
Touch and hold 2 or 3 to fast
forward or rewind the current track.
Repeat
Touch <, or press Options on the
central control unit to access the
settings menu, then select Repeat to
activate.
Random playback
Touch <, or press Options on the
central control unit to access the
settings menu, then select Shuffle to
activate.
Note
On a CD MP3/WMA, the random
playback function applies to the
current album, then moves on to the
next album.
Pause
Briefly touch =, or press the volume
rotary knob, @ or both ! and #
simultaneously to interrupt CD/MP3
CD playback. Press again to resume
playback.
The pause function is deactivated
automatically when the volume is
adjusted, the audio source is
changed or automatic information
messages are issued.
Displaying additional text information
(CD-Text or ID3 tag)
Touch < and then select
Track details to access the text
information available on the CD (e.g.
artist name, album name or song
name).
Removing a CD
Touch < and then select Eject, or
press d: The CD is pushed out of the
CD slot.
If the CD is not removed after
ejection, it will be drawn back in again
automatically after a few seconds.
AUX input
AUX input
General information
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Usage
An audio source that is connected to
the AUX input can only be operated
via the controls on the audio source,
i.e. not via the Infotainment system.
Only select a track directly on the
audio source when the vehicle is
stationary.
General information ..................... 61
Usage .......................................... 61
Caution
Depending on version, in the
Infotainment unit (or on the
instrument panel) there is an AUX
socket for the connection of external
audio sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
It is possible, for example, to connect
a portable CD player with a 3.5 mm
jack plug to the AUX input.
Before connecting or
disconnecting an auxiliary device,
e.g. a portable CD player, switch
off the player and the Infotainment
system, to avoid sound quality
issues and possible damage to the
equipment.
Upon connection via the jack plug, the
system detects the audio source
automatically. Depending on the
recording volume, there may be a
delay before the audio source is
heard.
The artist or track name are not
shown on the display screen.
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AUX input
Note
Ensure the auxiliary device is
securely stowed during driving.
Vehicle occupants could be injured
by objects being thrown around in
the event of hard braking, a sudden
change in direction or an accident.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USBAUX input usage
Press MEDIA or AUDIO/SOURCE to
change the audio source to AUX
mode, then switch on the auxiliary
device. AUX appears on the display
screen.
AUX settings
Press SETUP to access the settings
menu.
Select AUX IN and turn OK until the
desired setting is selected from:
● HI (300 mV)
● MID (600 mV)
● LO (1200 mV)
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - AUX input
usage
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - AUX input
usage
To access the media menu at any
time, touch 7 followed by t/
üMEDIA.
To switch between auxiliary sources,
touch S in top left corner. The
following options are available:
● USB: Refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "USB port"
3 63.
● iPod: Refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "USB port"
3 63.
● BT: Refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Bluetooth
music" 3 67.
● Aha: AhaⓇ application for
smartphones (available
depending on version).
Refer to "Usage", Additional
features (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) in
the "Introduction" section 3 30.
● AUX: Select to change the audio
source to AUX mode, then switch
on the auxiliary device.
Change the audio source to AUX
mode to playback content from a
connected auxiliary device.
To access the media menu from the
Home page, touch MENU then
Multimedia, followed by Media.
Touch < to open a pop-up menu
(depending on version). The following
options are available:
● Auxiliary socket: Change the
audio source to AUX mode, then
switch on the auxiliary device.
● USB: Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "USB port"
3 63.
● Bluetooth connection: Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Bluetooth
music" 3 67
● CD player: Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "CD player
usage" 3 58.
● SD card: Operation is similar to
those for the CD player 3 58.
USB port
USB port
General information
General information ..................... 63
Playing saved audio files ............. 64
Depending on version, in the
Infotainment unit (or on the
instrument panel) there is a USB
socket M for the connection of external
audio sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
An MP3 player, USB drive or an iPod
can be connected to the USB port.
These devices are operated via the
controls and menus of the
Infotainment system.
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Important information
MP3 player and USB drives
● The MP3 players and USB drives
connected must comply with the
USB Mass Storage Class
specification (USB MSC).
● Only MP3 players and USB
drives with a sector size of
512 Bytes and a cluster size
smaller or equal to 32 kBytes in
the FAT32 file system are
supported.
● Hard disk drives (HDD) are not
supported.
● The following restrictions apply
for the data stored on an MP3
Player or USB device:
Only MP3 files, WMA and
(depending on Infotainment
system) ACC files can be read.
WAV files and all other
compressed files cannot be
played.
Maximum folder structure depth:
11 levels.
Maximum number of files that
can be saved: 1000 files.
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USB port
NAVI 50 IntelliLink: Minimum
recommended storage capacity
of USB drive is 4 GB.
Recommended maximum
storage capacity is 32 GB.
WMA files with Digital Rights
Management (DRM) from online
music shops may not play
correctly or not at all.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls.
Playlist entries must be in the
form of relative paths.
Playing saved audio files
Once connected, it is only possible to
use the controls and menus of the
Infotainment system to operate the
audio device.
When a new audio device is
connected, the first track in the first
folder is played automatically. When
reconnecting the device, the
previously played track is resumed.
Depending on the audio device
connected, select a folder (MP3
player, USB drive) or a playlist
(portable digital music player).
The operation of data sources
connected via USB is generally the
same as for an audio/MP3/WMA CD
3 58.
Selecting a track
To select tracks directly (and change
folders), first access the audio device
menu structure by pressing OK
during playback. Select tracks and
change folders by turning and
pressing the knob.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Playing music via USB socket
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Playing
music via USB socket
MP3 player / iPod / USB drives
The system detects the audio device
when a USB device is connected and
the current track is displayed
automatically.
MP3 player / USB drives / iPod
The system detects the audio device
when a USB device is connected and
the current track is displayed
automatically. The device type (MP3
player/USB drive or iPod) is also
recognised and the relevant audio
source mode (USB or iPod) is
selected automatically.
When the t/üMEDIA menu is
active, the following submenus are
available:
● Main/Player
● List
● Options
To switch between audio sources,
touch S in top left corner. The
following options are available:
● USB: Select to change the audio
source to USB mode.
Note
During use, the battery of a
connected USB device is charged or
maintained.
● iPod: Select to change the audio
source to iPod mode.
● BT: Refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Playing
music via Bluetooth" - 3 67.
● Aha: AhaⓇ application for
smartphones (available
depending on version).
USB port
Refer to "Usage", Additional
features (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) in
the "Introduction" section 3 30.
● AUX: Refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Aux input
usage" 3 61.
Main/Player
Select to display the current track. In
this display screen, the following
options are available:
● l (skip to previous track, press
and hold to fast rewind)
● =/l (pause/play)
● m (skip to next track, press and
hold to fast forward)
List
Displays a list of the tracks in the
current album/folder. Select a
particular track to play it directly.
Note
By default, albums are listed in
alphabetical order.
If a USB drive is connected, all the
folders will be at the same level on
the tree structure.
To return to the previous level on the
folder tree structure, touch ò.
Options
Select to display the following
options:
● Repeat (Off/Track/Folder/All)
● Shuffle (On/Off)
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Playing
music via USB socket
MP3 player / USB drives
Change the audio source to USB
mode to playback files from a
connected USB device.
To access the media menu from the
Home page, select MENU then
Multimedia, followed by Media.
Touch < to open a pop-up menu
(depending on version). The following
options are available:
● USB: Change the audio source to
USB mode.
● Auxiliary socket: Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "AUX input"
3 61.
● Bluetooth connection: Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Playing
music via Bluetooth" 3 67.
●
●
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SD card
CD player: Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "CD player
usage" 3 58.
When USB mode is selected, the
display includes the following options:
● t or v: Move to previous/next
track.
● =: Pause track.
● Scroll bar for time elapsed: Scroll
through tracks.
● New selection: Choose another
track from the connected audio
source.
● Current playlist: Access the
current playback list.
● r: Return to previous screen.
● <: Open pop-up menu; To
change the audio source or
access the track settings (e.g.
switch on/off shuffle or repeat,
show current track details, and
access sound settings).
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USB port
Disconnecting from USB socket
Playback is stopped immediately
when the audio device is withdrawn
from the USB socket.
Bluetooth music
Bluetooth music
General information ..................... 67
Operation ..................................... 67
General information
Operation
Bluetooth-enabled auxiliary audio
sources (e.g. music mobile phones,
MP3 players etc.), which support
Bluetooth music protocol A2DP, can
be connected wirelessly to the
Infotainment system.
Prerequisites
Important information
●
●
●
The Infotainment system only
connects to Bluetooth devices
that support A2DP (Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile).
Connection issues may arise with
early versions.
The Bluetooth device must
support AVRCP (Audio Video
Remote Control Profile)
version 1.0 or higher. If the
device does not support AVRCP,
only the volume can be controlled
via the Infotainment system.
Before connecting the Bluetooth
device to the Infotainment
system, become acquainted with
its operating instructions for
Bluetooth functions.
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The following prerequisites must be
met, in order to control a Bluetoothenabled audio device via the
Infotainment system:
● The Bluetooth function of the
Infotainment system must be
activated.
Refer to "Bluetooth connection"
in the "Phone" section 3 111.
● The Bluetooth function of the
Bluetooth-enabled auxiliary
audio source must be activated
(see audio device operating
instructions).
● Dependent upon the audio
source, it may be required to set
that device to "visible" (see audio
device operating instructions).
● The audio source must be paired
and connected to the
Infotainment system.
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Bluetooth music
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Playing music via Bluetooth
Bluetooth connection
A connection must be set up between
the audio device and the Infotainment
system via Bluetooth, i.e. the device
must be paired to the vehicle before
using it.
Refer to "Bluetooth connection" in the
"Phone" section 3 111.
● A maximum of five audio devices
can be paired and saved in the
device list, but only one can be
connected at a time.
● If the device has both audio
player and telephone functions,
both functions will be paired.
Pairing a mobile phone 3 109.
● Phone functions will remain
active while the audio player is in
use, and audio playback will be
suspended during phone use.
Pairing an auxiliary audio device to
the Infotainment system
To pair the audio device, press TEL
and select Pair device by turning and
pressing OK. The Ready to Pair
screen is displayed.
Then, on the audio device, search for
Bluetooth equipment in the vicinity of
the device.
Select My Radio (i.e. the name of the
system) from the list on the audio
device, then, if applicable, on the
audio device keypad enter the pairing
code shown on the Infotainment
system display screen.
If pairing fails, the system returns to
the previous menu and a
corresponding message is displayed.
Repeat procedure if necessary.
When pairing is completed, a
confirmation message followed by the
name of the paired audio device is
shown on the Infotainment system
display screen.
Note
If the audio device does not have a
screen, enter the default pairing
code on the device, then on the
Infotainment system. Refer to the
operating instructions for this default
audio device pairing code, usually
0000. Depending on the device, the
pairing code may need to be entered
in reverse order, i.e. on the
Infotainment system first.
Connecting an audio device
Audio devices are automatically
connected to the Infotainment system
after the pairing procedure is
completed.
To connect any audio device that has
been paired, or to connect to a
different paired audio device than the
current one, press TEL and select the
Select Device menu. The device list
shows the audio devices already
paired.
Note
When a Bluetooth connection is
active, controlling the audio device
via the Infotainment system will
discharge the audio device battery
more rapidly.
Bluetooth music
Select the desired device from the list
and confirm by pressing OK. A
display message confirms
connection.
Disconnecting an audio device
To disconnect an audio device from
the Infotainment system, press TEL
(or SETUP) and select Bluetooth
connection. Select the desired device
from the device list then select
Disconnect the device by turning and
pressing OK. A display message
confirms disconnection.
Switching off the audio device or
deactivating the Bluetooth function on
the audio device also disconnects the
device from the Infotainment system.
Unpairing an auxiliary audio device
from the Infotainment system
If the list of paired audio devices is full,
a new device can only be paired if an
existing device is unpaired.
To unpair, i.e. to delete an audio
device from the system memory,
press TEL and select Delete device.
Select the desired audio device from
the list and press OK to confirm
deletion when prompted.
Operation via Infotainment system
When paired and connected
wirelessly, audio playback begins
automatically.
The audio device can then be
operated via the Infotainment system
function buttons, rotary knobs and
display menus.
The range of accessible functions
that can be operated via the
Infotainment system depends on the
type of audio player.
The operation of the audio device
when connected wirelessly is similar
to the operations for the CD player
3 58.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Playing
music via Bluetooth
Bluetooth connection
A connection must be set up between
the audio device and the Infotainment
system via Bluetooth, i.e. the device
must be paired to the vehicle before
using it.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Bluetooth connection" in the "Phone"
section 3 111.
●
●
●
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A maximum of five audio devices
can be paired and saved in the
device list, but only one can be
connected at a time (depending
on version, up to eight audio
devices may be paired).
If the device has both audio
player and telephone functions,
both functions will be paired.
Pairing a mobile phone 3 109.
Phone functions will remain
active while the audio player is in
use, and audio playback will be
suspended during phone use.
Pairing an auxiliary audio device to
the Infotainment system
To pair the audio device, touch 7
followed by ÿSETTING(S).
Select Bluetooth then either Search
for Bluetooth device or External
device authorisation.
On the audio device, search for
Bluetooth equipment in the vicinity of
the device.
Select the name of the Infotainment
system (e.g. MEDIA-NAV) from the
list on the audio device, then (if
required), on the audio device
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Bluetooth music
keypad, enter the pairing code shown
on the Infotainment system display
screen.
The default pairing code is 0000. To
change this pairing code before the
pairing procedure is started, select
Change passkey to update.
Note
If the audio device does not have a
screen, enter the default pairing
code on the device, then on the
Infotainment system. Refer to the
operating instructions for this default
audio device pairing code, usually
0000. Depending on the device, the
pairing code may need to be entered
in reverse order, i.e. on the
Infotainment system first.
If pairing fails, repeat procedure if
necessary.
Note
When a Bluetooth connection is
active, controlling the audio device
via the Infotainment system will
discharge the audio device battery
more rapidly.
Connecting an audio device
Audio devices are automatically
connected to the Infotainment system
after the pairing procedure is
completed.
To change the audio device
connected, touch 7 followed by
ÿSETTING(S).
Then select Bluetooth followed by
View Bluetooth device list. The device
list shows the audio devices already
paired.
Select the desired audio device from
the list and confirm by touching OK.
Disconnecting an audio device
Switching off the audio device or
deactivating the Bluetooth function on
the audio device disconnects the
device from the Infotainment system.
Unpairing an auxiliary audio device
from the Infotainment system
If the list of paired audio devices is full,
a new device can only be paired if an
existing device is unpaired.
To unpair, i.e. to delete an audio
device from the system memory,
touch 7 followed by ÿSETTING(S).
Select Bluetooth then View Bluetooth
device list.
Select the desired audio device from
the list, then touch ë to delete the
device. If required, delete all devices
in the list by selecting Options
followed by Delete all. Confirm with
OK.
Operation via Infotainment system
When paired and connected
wirelessly, audio playback begins
automatically.
The audio device can then be
operated via the Infotainment system
display options.
The range of accessible functions
that can be operated via the
Infotainment system depends on the
type of audio player.
The operation of the audio device
when connected wirelessly is similar
to the operations for playing saved
audio files via the USB socket. Refer
to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Playing music
via USB socket" in the "USB port"
section 3 64.
Bluetooth music
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Playing
music via Bluetooth
Bluetooth connection
A connection must be set up between
the audio device and the Infotainment
system via Bluetooth, i.e. the device
must be paired to the vehicle before
using it.
● There is a maximum number of
audio devices that can be paired
and saved in the device list, but
only one can be connected at a
time.
● If the device has both audio
player and telephone functions,
both functions will be paired.
Pairing a mobile phone 3 109.
● Phone functions will remain
active while the audio player is in
use, and audio playback will be
suspended during phone use.
Pairing an auxiliary audio device to
the Infotainment system
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Multimedia, followed by
Settings.
Select Media to access the media
settings menu, then select the
"Manage Bluetooth
devices"/"Configure Bluetooth
connection" option.
The pairing procedure is similar to
pairing a mobile phone. Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Bluetooth
connection" in the "Phone" section
3 111.
Connecting an audio device
Audio devices are automatically
connected to the Infotainment system
after the pairing procedure is
completed.
At any time, change the audio source
to Bluetooth mode to playback files
from a connected Bluetooth device.
From the Home page, select MENU
then Multimedia, followed by Media.
Depending on version, touch < (to
open a pop-up menu). Select
Bluetooth/Bluetooth connection to
change the audio source to
Bluetooth.
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Disconnecting an audio device
Switching off the audio device or
deactivating the Bluetooth function on
the audio device disconnects the
device from the Infotainment system.
Unpairing an auxiliary audio device
from the Infotainment system
To unpair, i.e. to delete a device from
the system memory:
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Multimedia, followed by
Settings.
Select Media to access the media
settings menu, then select the
"Manage Bluetooth
devices"/"Configure Bluetooth
connection" option.
Press < to open a pop-up menu. The
following options are available:
● Disable Bluetooth: Select to
deactivate the Bluetooth function
on the Infotainment system.
● Set TomTom visible: Select to
make the Infotainment system
"visible" to other Bluetooth
devices, allowing them to be
paired to the system.
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Bluetooth music
●
Disconnect all devices: Select to
disconnect all currently
connected devices from the
Infotainment system without
deleting/unpairing them.
● Delete device(s): Select to unpair
a device from the Infotainment
system.
The unpairing procedure is similar to
unpairing a mobile phone. Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Bluetooth
connection" in the "Phone" section
3 111.
Operation via Infotainment system
When paired and connected
wirelessly, audio playback may begin
automatically.
The audio device can then be
operated via the Infotainment system
display options.
The range of accessible functions
that can be operated via the
Infotainment system depends on the
type of audio player.
The operation of the audio device
when connected wirelessly is similar
to the operations for playing saved
audio files via the USB socket. Refer
to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Playing music
via USB socket" in the "USB port"
section 3 64.
External devices
External devices
Displaying pictures ....................... 73
Playing movies ............................. 73
Displaying pictures
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Displaying
pictures
To access the "Pictures" menu from
the Home page, touch MENU then
Multimedia, followed by Pictures.
Note
Playback is only possible when the
vehicle is stationary.
Select the connected source device
(e.g. SD card, USB) to access
individual photos or present a
slideshow of all compatible photos on
the device.
The display includes the following
options:
● N or O: Move to previous/next
photo.
● Thumbnails: Switch between full
screen and minimised view.
● New selection: Choose another
photo from the connected source
device.
● <: Open pop-up menu; To
change the source device or
access the photo settings.
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When viewing a photo/
slideshow, the pop-up menu also
allows you to set zoom level and
display all photos in thumbnail
form.
Photo settings - refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "System
settings" 3 43.
Playing movies
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Playing
movies
To access the "Videos" menu from
the Home page, touch MENU then
Multimedia, followed by Videos.
Note
Playback is only possible when the
vehicle is stationary.
Select the connected source device
(e.g. SD card, USB) to access
individual or all compatible videos on
the device.
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External devices
The display includes the following
options:
● t or v: Move to previous/next
video.
● =: Pause video.
● Scroll bar for time elapsed: Scroll
through videos.
● New selection: Choose another
photo from the connected source
device.
● Full screen: Switch to full screen
display.
● r: Return to previous screen.
● <: Open pop-up menu; To
change the source device or
access the video settings.
During video playback, the popup menu also allows you to return
to the list of videos.
Video settings - refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "System
settings" 3 43.
Navigation
Navigation
General information
9 Warning
General information ..................... 75
Usage .......................................... 78
Destination input .......................... 90
Guidance ..................................... 96
Symbols overview ...................... 103
The navigation system is an aid to
your navigational abilities and
does not replace them. Drive with
due care and attention and adopt
a safe, vigilant attitude.
If a navigation system instruction
contradicts traffic regulations, the
traffic regulations always apply.
The Navigation system will reliably
guide you to your chosen destination
without the need for physical road
maps.
If the Traffic info service is available
in your country or region, the current
traffic situation is also considered in
route calculations. The system
receives traffic messages in the
current reception area.
To receive the most up-to-date, realtime traffic information possible,
subscribe to the Live services facility.
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Note
Only available with
NAVI 80 IntelliLink.
Functioning of the Navigation
system
The position and movement of the
vehicle are detected by the
Navigation system using sensors.
The distance travelled is determined
by the vehicle's speedometer signal,
and turning movements on bends are
determined by a gyro sensor. The
position is determined by GPS
(Global Positioning System)
satellites.
By comparing these sensor signals
with the digital maps on the
Navigation system, it is possible to
accurately determine the position of
the vehicle.
When using the vehicle for the first
time, or after a ferry trip, etc., the
system will self-calibrate. It is,
therefore, normal if it does not provide
an exact location until the vehicle has
travelled for some distance.
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Navigation
After the entry of the destination
address or point of interest (nearest
petrol station, hotel, etc.) the route is
calculated from the current location to
the selected destination.
Route guidance is provided by voice
output and the display screen.
9 Warning
Areas such as one-way streets
and pedestrian zones are not
marked on the navigation system
map. In such areas, the system
may issue a warning that must be
accepted. Therefore, pay
particular attention to one-way
streets and other roads and
entrances that must not be driven
into.
Note
Depending on Infotainment system,
radio reception may be interrupted
during voice guidance and before
each change of direction.
USB memory stick
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
A USB memory stick is required for
the Navigation system, to contain,
among other things, a digital map of
the towns and roads in your country.
Note
Use a USB memory stick, formatted
to FAT32 format, with a minimum
4 GB and maximum 32 GB of
storage capacity.
After delivery of a new vehicle, there
is a maximum of 90 days in which to
update the digital map for free. After
this time has elapsed, a fee is
charged for map updates.
Note
To avoid possible technical issues,
only use a compatible USB memory
stick for operating and updating the
Navigation system. Do not insert
USB memory stick in any other
device (e.g. digital camera, mobile
phone, etc.), or in another vehicle.
Software installation
To update the digital maps and to
benefit from exclusive downloadable
services, an account must be created
on the opel.naviextras.com website
and the free software must be
installed.
Creating an account
Create your internet account via the
opel.naviextras.com website. Select
e.g., the "Register" option on the web
page and enter the appropriate
details.
Installing the software
Install the software on your computer
by downloading from
opel.naviextras.com.
Follow the on-screen instructions to
install the software and launch the
online application.
Registering the Navigation system
The Navigation system must be
registered with your new internet
account.
Insert an empty USB memory stick in
the Navigation system's USB slot.
Touch 7 then select yNAVI / ýNav,
followed by Options then Map update.
Navigation
To ensure all content is saved in the
Navigation system's memory, select
Options then Update. Wait for the
update to complete before ejecting
the USB memory stick.
Then insert the USB memory stick in
your computer's USB slot while
connected to the Internet. When the
online application is launched and the
USB memory stick is recognised, the
system (or software) name appears in
the application window. The
Navigation system is registered into
your user profile.
After the initial set-up, the USB
memory stick is automatically
recognised by the Navigation system
and by the online application.
Updating the USB memory stick and
Navigation system
Updates are issued regularly, e.g. for
map and safety camera revisions.
Note
In certain countries it is illegal to
download and activate the camera
warning option and this could lead to
prosecution.
These updates are only available via
the online application catalogue,
which is accessed via the USB
memory stick.
Using the online application, it is
possible to:
● update the Navigation system
(maps, safety cameras etc.)
● upgrade to premium POI content
● add or delete data
● customise the system
The online application menus guide
you through these operations.
System update
To get the best from the Navigation
system, update it as often as
possible.
Insert the USB memory stick in the
Navigation system's USB slot.
Available updates on the USB
memory stick are recognised by the
Navigation system and the 'Update'
screen is displayed automatically.
Select Update to begin installing the
updates to the Navigation system.
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Note
The Navigation system may restart
automatically during the update
process.
Note
Touch r to go back to the previous
screen.
Alternatively, touch 7 followed by
yNAVI / ýNav, Options then Map
update. Then select Options followed
by Update to install updates to the
Navigation system.
Wait for the update to complete
before performing any other
operation or ejecting the USB
memory stick.
SD card (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
An SD card is supplied with the
Navigation system and contains,
among other things, a digital map of
the towns and roads in your country.
Note
After delivery of a new vehicle, there
is a defined period in which to update
the digital map for free. After this
time has elapsed, a fee is charged
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Navigation
for map updates. Consult a
workshop to purchase a new SD
card with updated digital map.
Note
To avoid possible technical issues,
only use a compatible SD card for
operating the Navigation system. Do
not insert SD card in any other
device (e.g. digital camera, mobile
phone, etc.), or in another vehicle.
Usage
USB memory stick
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
Inserting the USB memory stick
Switch off the Navigation system and
insert the USB memory stick in the
USB slot on the Infotainment system
fascia. The USB memory stick is
fragile; treat it with care.
Removing the USB memory stick
Switch off the Navigation system and
remove the USB memory stick from
the USB slot on the Infotainment
system fascia.
SD card
Activating the Navigation system
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
Inserting the SD card
Switch off the Infotainment system
and insert the SD card in its slot. The
SD card is fragile; do not bend it.
Ensure the SD card is inserted the
correct way. The orientation may
differ, depending on location of the
SD card slot in the vehicle.
Switching on
The Navigation system switches on
automatically when the ignition is
switched on. In other cases, press X.
With the ignition off, the Navigation
system can be used for upto
20 minutes. Press X to switch on the
Navigation system again. The system
will automatically switch off upto
20 minutes after the last user input.
Removing the SD card
To remove SD card from the
Infotainment system, on the Home
page touch MENU, then System
followed by Remove SD card; The SD
card can now be ejected safely.
To remove the SD card from its slot,
press on the card then release it. The
card is released slightly to enable it to
be withdrawn.
Note
To avoid possible technical issues,
only use a compatible SD card for
operating and updating the
Navigation system. Do not insert SD
card in any other device (e.g. digital
camera, mobile phone, etc.), or in
another vehicle.
Switching off
With the ignition off, the Navigation
system switches off automatically
when the driver's door is opened.
With the ignition on, press X to switch
off the Navigation system.
Switching between Navigation
system and Infotainment system
menus
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
With the Navigation system active,
touch 7 or touch and hold q/r to
return to the Infotainment system
Home page.
Navigation
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
With the Navigation system active,
touch r (one or more times) to return
to the Infotainment system Home
page.
Information on the display
NAVI 50 IntelliLink (Type A) Information on the display
Menu screen
To access the Navigation menu
screen, touch 7 followed by yNAVI.
The Navigation menu screen
contains the following menus and
submenus:
● Destination
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Destination input" 3 90.
● Address
● Points of Interest
● History
● Favourites
● Find on Map
● Coordinate
● Route
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Route information" and "Edit
Itinerary" in the "Guidance"
section 3 96.
● Create Route/Edit Route
● Avoidances
● Overview
● Cancel Route
●
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● Alternative Routes
● Itinerary
Options
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Setting up the navigation
system" below.
● Warnings
● Route settings
● Map settings
● Voice settings
● Coordinate format
● GPS
● Map update
Map screen
To access the map screen without
route guidance, touch 7 followed by
sMAP. Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Browse map" in the "Guidance"
section 3 96.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current selected
position. To scroll within the map,
drag the cursor in the required
direction.
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Navigation
To access the map screen with route
guidance, touch 7 followed by
yNAVI and enter a destination. Refer
to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" 3 90.
The map screen (with or without route
guidance) contains the following
controls and information:
1. ⇦/⇨: Rotate map left/right
2. ⇧/⇩: Viewpoint (low/high view)
3. OK (with countdown timer):
Confirm actions
4. Options menu
5. r: Return to previous screen
6. </]: Change scale (zoom in/out)
7. Compass (touch to switch
between 2D/3D map modes)
15. Home page
16. l/lx: Voice guidance on/off
17. Speed limit
Intersection view
During route guidance, before each
change of direction a close-up view of
the intersection is automatically
displayed. The normal view is
resumed after passing the
intersection.
8. Name of the next major road or
road sign information, if
applicable
9. Current time
10. Direction and distance to next
change of direction
11. Journey information, e.g.
estimated arrival time, total
remaining distance
12. Audio system information
13. K: Current location
14. Route calculated and direction
changes
Motorway view
During route guidance, before each
motorway junction a 3D view of the
junction is automatically displayed.
The normal view is resumed after
passing the junction.
Note
For some motorway junctions, only
a small turn arrow may appear on
the map.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink (Type B) Information on the display
Menu screen
To access the Navigation menu
screen, touch 7 followed by ýNav.
Navigation
●
The Navigation menu screen
contains the following menus and
submenus:
● Destination
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Destination input" 3 90.
● Address
● Points of interest
● History
● Favourites
● Find on map
● Coordinate
● Route
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Route information" and "Edit
Itinerary" in the "Guidance"
section 3 96.
● Create Route/Edit Route
● Avoidances
● Overview
● Cancel Route
● Alternative routes
● Route
Options
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Setting up the navigation
system" below.
● Warnings
● Route settings
● Map settings
● Voice settings
● Coordinate format
● GPS
● Map Update
● Traffic
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Map screen
To access the map screen without
route guidance, touch 7 followed by
sMap (if available). Refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Browse map" in
the "Guidance" section 3 96.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current position.
To scroll within the map, drag the map
in the required direction. To return the
cursor to the current vehicle position
at any time, touch =.
To access the map screen with route
guidance, touch 7 followed by
ýNav and enter a destination. Refer
to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" 3 90.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current position.
To scroll within the map, drag the map
in the required direction.
The map screen (with or without route
guidance) contains the following
controls and information:
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16. Ö: Traffic information (TMC Traffic Message Channel)
17. Speed limit
1. ä/å: Rotate map left/right
2. â/ã: Viewpoint (low/high view)
3. OK (with countdown timer):
Confirm actions
4. Options menu (for route and map
settings)
5. q: Return to previous screen
6. ¼/¾: Change scale (zoom in/out)
7. Ô: Compass (touch to switch
between '2D', '3D' and '2D North'
map modes)
8. Name of the next major road or
road sign information, if
applicable
9. Current time
10. Direction and distance to next
change of direction
11. Journey information, e.g.
estimated arrival time, total
remaining distance
12. Audio system information (touch
to access audio source)
13. Route calculated and direction
changes
14. K: Current location
15. Home page
18. L: Settings pop-up menu (see
items below)
19. Ù/Ú: Voice guidance on/off
20. ¼/½/¾: Change scale (zoom in/
out)
21. N: Switch between '2D', '3D' and
'2D North' map modes
Intersection view
During route guidance, before each
change of direction a close-up view of
the intersection is automatically
Navigation
displayed. The normal view is
resumed after passing the
intersection.
Motorway view
During route guidance, before each
motorway junction a 3D view of the
junction is automatically displayed.
The normal view is resumed after
passing the junction.
Note
For some motorway junctions, only
a small turn arrow may appear on
the map.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Information on
the display
Menu screen
On the Home page, touch MENU
followed by Navigation to access the
Navigation menu.
The Navigation menu screen
contains the following menus,
submenus and controls:
1. DRIVE TO ...
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Destination input" 3 90.
● Home
● Saved locations
● Address
● Recent destinations
● Local search/TomTom
places
● Point of Interest
● Point on map
● Latitude Longitude
2. CHANGE ROUTE
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Edit
Itinerary" in the "Guidance"
section 3 96.
● Calculate alternative
● Cancel route
● Travel via
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● Avoid roadblock
● Avoid part of route
● Minimise delays
3. VIEW MAP
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Browse map" in the "Guidance"
section 3 96.
● Use this location to...
● Find
● Change the map details
● Add to saved locations
4. <: Pop-up menu
5. SETTINGS
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Setting up the navigation system"
below.
● Turn off voice guidance
● Route planning
● Show POI on map
● Manage POIs
● Voice
● Set home location
● Manage saved locations
● Switch map
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Navigation
● Change map colours
● Car symbol
● Advanced
6. NAVIGATION SERVICES
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"LIVE services" below.
● Traffic
● Speed Cameras
● Local search/TomTom
places
● My TomTom live
● Weather
7. ITINERARIES
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Edit
Itinerary" in the "Guidance"
section 3 96.
8. r: Return to previous screen
Map screen
To access the map screen without
navigation, on the Home page touch
MENU, then Navigation followed by
View Map.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current selected
position. To scroll within the map,
drag the cursor in the required
direction.
To access the map screen with
navigation, on the Home page touch
MENU followed by Navigation and
enter a destination. Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" 3 90.
The map screen (with or without route
guidance) contains the following
controls and information:
1. Speed limit (illuminates red and
flashes if speed limit is exceeded)
2. o: Change scale (zoom in/out)
3. Name of the next major road or
road sign information, if
applicable
4. H: System notifications
5. g: Phone information
6. Outside temperature
7. Clock
8. Traffic information, e.g. route
incidents, reception indicator,
traffic map
9. Journey information, e.g.
estimated arrival time, total
remaining distance, journey
status (green flag/red flag)
Route summary
10. Compass (touch to switch
between 2D/3D map modes)
11. Change volume of guidance
instructions
12. <: Pop-up menu
13. Direction and distance to next
change of direction
14. Audio system information
Navigation
15. K: Current location (cursor)
Route calculated and direction
changes
16. r: Return to previous screen
Lane images
During route guidance, before each
major road change, a 3D view of the
junction (with a turn arrow and road
signs) is automatically displayed. The
normal view is resumed after passing
the junction.
To switch off the lane images view,
refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Advanced Settings" in "Setting up
the navigation system" below.
Automatic zoom
During route guidance, before each
change of direction a close-up view of
the junction is automatically
displayed. The normal view is
resumed after passing the junction.
To switch off the automatic zoom
feature, refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Advanced Settings" in "Setting up
the navigation system" below.
Operating keyboards in the
display
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Operating
keyboards in the display
To move within and to enter
characters in both the alphabetical
and numerical keyboards, make the
appropriate selection by touching the
display screen.
● Select Options to change the
keyboard type (e.g. Qwerty,
ABC).
● Select 1^& to switch to numbers
and symbols.
● Select the drop down menu icon
ó to display a list of results for the
current operation (e.g.
destination input).
● Entries can be corrected during
input with the k keyboard
character.
● Touch r to stop using the
keyboard and return to the
previous screen.
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Note
When making an entry, certain
letters and numbers are unavailable
for selection (greyed-out) based on
the information stored in the
Navigation system.
For further information, refer to
"Touchscreen operation" 3 39.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Operating
keyboards in the display
To move within and to enter
characters in both the alphabetical
and numerical keyboards, make the
appropriate selection by touching the
display screen.
● Entries can be corrected during
input with the k keyboard
character.
● Touch r to stop using the
keyboard and return to the
previous screen.
For further information, refer to
"Touchscreen operation" 3 39.
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Navigation
Live services
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Live services
In addition to the free navigation
services (e.g. traffic information, fixed
speed cameras), extra features can
be added by subscribing to paid LIVE
services.
LIVE services include up-to-date
traffic information with "HD Traffic™",
updates and locations of fixed and
mobile speed cameras, local search,
weather forecast and the "My
TomTom LIVE" subscription status.
Note
LIVE services are not available in
some countries or regions.
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Navigation, followed by
Navigation Services.
The following menus are displayed:
● Traffic/HD Traffic
Select to receive up-to-date, realtime traffic information.
Note
The HD Traffic service is named
Traffic if a subscription has not been
activated.
●
Speed cameras
Displays alerts and location of
mobile speed cameras in realtime, fixed speed cameras and
accident blackspots.
Switch function off via the "Speed
Cameras" menu in "LIVE
services", if required.
Note
In certain countries it is illegal to
download and activate the camera
warning option and this could lead to
prosecution.
● Local search/TomTom places
This service allows you to use a
keyword to quickly find any Point
of Interest (POI) and set it as a
destination.
● My TomTom LIVE
Displays expiry date of
subscribed services.
● Weather
The weather forecast service
provides up to five days of
weather reports for your current
location and your chosen
destination.
Setting up the navigation system
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Setting up the
navigation system
Touch 7 followed by yNAVI / ýNav
then Options. This menu screen
allows you to check and update the
following map and navigation
settings:
● Warnings
● Route settings
● Map settings
● Voice settings
● Coordinate format
● GPS
● Map update
● Traffic (depending on version)
Warnings
Select Warnings to access the
following settings (switch off if not
required):
● Warn when speeding (On/Off)
● Speed limit always visible (On/
Off)
Navigation
●
●
Alert point warnings (On/Off)
Pre-alert distance (0 m/200 m/
500 m)
Available depending on version.
Warn when speeding: The digital map
contains speed limits for certain
roads. Audio and/or visual warnings
are given when the vehicle exceeds
the speed limit.
Speed limit always visible: The speed
limit for certain roads is always visible
on the screen.
Alert point warnings: When the
vehicle passes an alert point
(permanent or temporary) - i.e. when
entering a hazardous section of road
requiring extra caution, or nearing a
speed camera location (depending on
country) - audio and visual warnings
are given.
Pre-alert distance: Select a distance
from which notifications of alert point
warnings should be given.
Note
Warnings may not be available for
some roads and regions.
Route settings
Select Route settings to update the
following settings for route
calculation:
● Route planning method (Fast/
Short/ECO)
● Motorways (On/Off)
● Period charge (On/Off)
● Per-use toll (On/Off)
● Ferries (On/Off)
● Carpool/HOV (On/Off)
● Unpaved roads (On/Off)
If necessary, touch Options then
Reset to defaults to set each of these
options back to the factory default
settings.
Alternatively, when the map is
displayed (no route guidance is
active), the Route settings menu can
be accessed by touching Options.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Information on the display", "Map
screen" above for further information.
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Route planning method: Select Fast
to set the fastest route to the
destination entered. This method
assumes the vehicle travels at or near
the speed limit on all roads.
Select Short to set the shortest route
and minimise the total distance to
travel to the destination entered.
Select Eco to set a compromise
between the fastest and the shortest
route planning methods. The route
provided may be shorter than the
fastest method, but not significantly
slower.
Motorways: To include or exclude
motorways from the route plan.
Turn off, e.g. when towing a vehicle,
or when motorway driving is not
permitted.
Note
Follow the regulations of the country
in which you are driving.
Period charge: To include or exclude
roads which require a special license
to be purchased for certain periods.
Per-use toll: To include or exclude
roads for which a toll must be paid to
use the road once only.
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Ferries: To include or exclude the use
of ferries, ships and trains.
Carpool/HOV: To include or exclude
carpool lanes and high-occupancy
vehicle (HOV) lanes.
Unpaved roads: To include or
exclude the use of unpaved roads,
e.g. dirt, gravel roads.
Map settings
Select Map settings to access the
following:
● View mode (3D/2D/2D North)
2D North is available depending
on version.
● Viewpoint (Low/Normal/High)
● Motorway view (On/Off)
● POI markers
Alternatively, when the map is
displayed (no route guidance is
active), the Map settings menu can be
accessed by touching Options.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Information on the display", "Map
screen" above for further information.
View mode: Select View mode to
change the default map mode
between a 2D top-down view, a 3D
perspective view and a 2D view with
North always facing upwards.
Alternatively, touch the Compass on
the map to switch between map view
modes.
Viewpoint: Select Viewpoint to raise
or lower the map view.
Alternatively, when the map is
displayed (no route guidance is
active), touch ⇧/⇩ to raise or lower the
map view. They are greyed-out when
the maximum position is reached.
Motorway view: Select Motorway
view to switch on/off the motorway
junction view for route guidance.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Information on the display", "Map
screen" above for further information.
POI markers: Select l alongside POI
markers to display a list of Points of
Interest (POI) types.
Use this screen to switch on/off (show
or hide on map) certain POI type
markers on the map, e.g.
accommodation, airport, café or bar.
Select a POI type to open a list of its
subcategories and switch on/off
(show or hide) individual
subcategories.
Note
POIs are only visible on the map
depending on the zoom level.
Voice settings
Select Voice Settings to change voice
guidance language.
Scroll the list of languages by
touching R/S then select a language
and touch OK to confirm selection.
Coordinate format
Select Coordinate format to change
the format of co-ordinate entries to
one of the following options:
● DD.DDDDD
● DD MM.MMM
● DD MM SS.S
GPS
Select GPS to view the GPS
information, e.g. available satellites,
their location and signal strength.
Navigation
Map update
Select Map update to display the
following digital map content and
latest update information:
● Alert Points
● Junction View
● Maps
● Places
● Traffic Service
● Address Points
Specific content or all map content
can be updated. Select one of the
options first or touch Options then
Update. Wait for the update to
complete.
Refer to "USB memory stick"
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink), "Updating the
USB memory stick and Navigation
system" in the "General information"
section 3 75.
Traffic
Select Traffic to change the following
traffic information settings:
● Traffic info (On/Off)
● Detour
● Event types
Traffic info: Warnings are given for
incidents that occur along the route.
Detour: Save time by using an
alternative route when a traffic jam or
an incident occurs along the current
route. Select 'On'/'Off' alongside
"Confirm offered route?" as required.
If necessary, update the time value
for the option "Offer detour if the
calculated route saves more than:"
(e.g. five minutes) by touching k/l.
Event types: Select the type of events
to be displayed during route
guidance, e.g. all events, traffic flow
events, closures and blockages,
accidents.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Setting up the
navigation system
To access the Navigation settings
menu from the Home page, touch
MENU then Navigation, followed by
Settings. The following settings
submenus are displayed:
● Turn off voice guidance:
Switch on/off voice guidance
during navigation.
●
●
●
●
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Route planning:
Select a planning preference
type; "Fastest route" is
recommended. The eco-route is
designed to save the most fuel.
Then switch on/off "iQ routes™"
as required. iQ routes™ enables
routes to be calculated according
to average traffic levels during a
particular day and time, and also
the best route according to actual
traffic speeds.
Show POI on map:
Show or hide categories of POI
markers on the map.
Manage POIs:
Add, change or delete POIs or
POI categories.
Voice (depending on version):
Select synthesised voice or a
male or female human voice (for
the voice instructions) from the
available list.
Human voices provide more
simplified voice guidance
instructions and are not available
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●
●
●
●
Navigation
when using the Voice recognition
function 3 104.
Set home location:
Change the home or most used
destination address.
Manage saved locations:
Delete or rename saved
destination addresses.
To rename, select an address
from the displayed list, select
Rename then enter a new name.
TouchDone to confirm. To delete
a selected address, touch
Delete and confirm when
prompted.
Switch map:
If more than one map is installed
on the SD card, use this option to
switch between the saved maps.
Select "Change map" then
choose the desired map from the
options available.
Change map colours:
Change day and night colours
used on Navigation map
For downloaded new colours;
choose a new colour, select
●
●
additional colour scheme, then
choose the desired colour from
the options available.
Car symbol:
Change the vehicle icon used on
the 3D navigation map.
Advanced:
Select from the following
advanced options:
● Map information:
Show/hide information
displayed on the map, e.g.
address number before
street name, street names/
current street name, name of
street after current street.
● Map behaviour:
Change how the map
operates with the following
options:
Show lane images (e.g. at
motorway junctions), rotate
map with vehicle direction
(2D mode only), switch to 3D
mode automatically during
guidance, zoom
●
automatically (2D mode, 3D
mode).
Traffic source:
Choose a traffic information
source from the available list.
Destination input
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Destination
input
Select a destination
Touch 7 followed by yNAVI / ýNav
then Destination.
The following menu options are
available for entering a destination:
● Address
Enter an address using the
keyboard.
● Points of Interest
Select Points of Interest (POI),
e.g. petrol station, restaurant,
parking.
● History
Select from a list of previous
destinations.
Navigation
●
Favourites
Select from a saved list of
favourite destinations.
● Find on map
Select a destination by using the
digital map.
● Coordinate
Enter the co-ordinates of the
destination.
After a destination has been entered,
wait for the ten second countdown to
expire or touch OK to begin route
guidance immediately.
Enter an address
Select Address and enter part or all of
an address, e.g.:
● Country
● Town or Postcode
● Street
● Number
● Intersecting street
Note
Full addresses can only be entered
if they are recognised by the
Navigation system.
When entering an address for the first
time, touch Country, then use the
keyboard to enter the name of the
country required. Alternatively, use
the drop down menu icon ó and select
from a list of suggested countries.
Note
When entering an address, certain
letters and numbers are unavailable
for selection (greyed-out) based on
the addresses recognised by the
Navigation system.
Proceed in the same way to enter
details for Town or Postcode, Street,
Number and Intersecting street.
Note
When entering a Postcode, insert a
space after the first part of the
postcode.
The address is automatically stored in
the memory, available for future
selection.
For keyboard operation, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Operating
keyboards in the display" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
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Note
Number and Intersecting Street are
only available after a Street has
been entered.
When entering a Street, it is not
necessary to specify the type of road
(street, avenue, boulevard etc.).
Select Points of Interest (POI)
POIs can be selected as a destination
using the following search options:
● preset POI list
● POI categories
● quick search for POIs via the map
Preset POI list
Select Points of Interest to choose
from the frequently-used preset
categories list (e.g. petrol station,
parking, restaurant).
POI categories
Select Points of Interest followed by
Custom Search to select from the list
of categories and subcategories.
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Navigation
The search for POIs differs
depending on the current situation:
● If route guidance is active, Petrol
station and Restaurant POIs are
searched for along the route, and
Parking POIs are searched for
around the destination.
● If there is no active route
guidance, POIs are searched for
around the current position.
● If the current position is not
available (i.e. no GPS signal),
POIs are searched for around the
last known position.
The following options are available:
● In a Town
To search for a POI within a
selected town (the resulting list is
ordered by distance from the
town centre).
● Along Route
To search for a POI along the
current route (the resulting list is
ordered by length of the required
detour).
●
Around My Position
To search for a POI around the
current position (the resulting list
is ordered by distance from this
position).
● Around Destination
To search for a POI around the
destination of the current route
(the resulting list is ordered by
distance from the destination).
When a list of POIs is displayed, they
can be sorted or displayed on the
map. Touch Options to display the
following:
● Sort by name
● Sort by distance
● Sort by detour (if route guidance
is active)
● Show all on map
Quick search for POIs
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current selected
position. To scroll within the map,
drag the cursor in the required
direction.
Touch Options followed by Points of
Interest Around Cursor to show
nearby POI names and their distance
from the selected position on the
map.
Alternatively, touch Find and use the
keyboard to search for a destination
by name.
Select from previous destinations list
Select History to access a list of
previously entered destinations.
To sort the list, touch Options to
display the following:
● Sort by name
● Sort by distance
● Delete all
Alternatively, touch Find and use the
keyboard to search for a destination
by name.
Select from Favourites list
Select Favourites to access a list of
saved favourite destinations.
When the list of favourites is
displayed, they can be sorted or
displayed on the map. Touch
Options to display the following:
Navigation
● Sort by name
● Sort by distance
● Show all on map
● Delete all
Alternatively, touch Find and use the
keyboard to search for a favourite by
name.
Select a destination by using the map
Select Find on Map to begin a search
for a destination by scrolling the map.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current selected
position. To scroll within the map,
drag the cursor in the required
direction.
Touch OK to select the position as a
destination.
Enter the co-ordinates of the
destination
Select Coordinate to begin a search
for a destination by entering its coordinates.
To change the format of the coordinates, touch Options and select
from the following:
● Latitude/Longitude
Values can be entered in any of
the following formats:
● decimal degrees
● degrees and decimal
minutes
● degrees, minutes and
decimal seconds
● UTM (Universal Transverse
Mercator)
Confirm the destination
When a destination has been
selected, the route appears on the
map. Touch OK and set as a New
route.
If route guidance is active, the
destination can be set as a
Waypoint along the route.
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Add and save a favourite
When a destination has been
selected, touch Options to display the
following:
● Add to Favourites: Save the
destination in the favourites list.
● Current traffic: Provides
information on traffic incidents
(depending on version).
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Traffic information" in the
"Guidance" section 3 96.
● Info/News: Displays information
(e.g. address) for the selected
POI.
Shows the location (address) of
the position selected, provides
the GPS coordinates (latitude/
longitude) and also, if applicable,
displays the phone number of a
selected POI.
● Back to car: Return to current
vehicle location.
Before saving a favourite, the name
of the favourite can be changed by
using the keyboard.
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For keyboard operation, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Operating
keyboards in the display" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
Delete a favourite
When a favourite has been selected,
touch Options before starting route
guidance followed by Delete
Favourite and confirm deletion.
To delete all favourite destinations,
select the menu Destination then
Favourites followed by Options then
Delete all and confirm deletion.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Destination
input
Select a destination
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Navigation followed by Drive
to....
Select a destination from the
following options on the display:
● Home
● Saved locations
● Address
● Recent destinations
● Local search/TomTom places
● Point of Interest
● Point on Map
● Latitude Longitude
Home
Guides you to your home address.
To store the address of your home
location, from the Home page, touch
MENU then Navigation, followed by
Settings.
Select Set home location and enter
an address.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Setting
up the navigation system" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Setting
up the navigation system" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
Saved locations
Select from a list of previously saved
destinations.
To delete or rename saved
destinations, from the Home page,
touch MENU then Navigation,
followed by Settings.
Then select Manage saved locations
and update the selected destination
as required.
When entering an address for the first
time, the country of the destination
will be requested. Use the keyboard
to enter the name of the country
required.
Suggestions may be shown on the
display during input. Touch to select
a destination shown in the display, or
touch List to access the full list for the
current part of the address.
Address
Enter part or all of an address using
the keyboard, e.g.:
● Country
● Postcode
● Town/City
● Street
● House number
Note
Full addresses can only be entered
if they are recognised by the
Navigation system.
Navigation
Note
When entering an address, certain
letters and numbers are unavailable
for selection (greyed-out) based on
the addresses recognised by the
Navigation system.
Proceed in the same way to enter a
Postcode or enter details for Town/
City, Street and Number.
Note
When entering a Postcode, insert a
space after the first part of the
postcode.
The address is automatically stored in
the memory, available for future
selection.
For keyboard operation, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Operating
keyboards in the display" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
Recent destinations
Select from a list of previous
destinations that have been
automatically stored.
Local search/TomTom places
Select a nearby Point of Interest (POI)
by entering key words using the
keyboard.
Note
This feature is only available by
subscribing to paid LIVE services.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "LIVE services"
in the "Usage" section 3 78.
Point of Interest
POIs can be selected as a destination
using the following search options:
● POI categories:
Select a POI category type (e.g.
petrol station, restaurant,
parking), then select a search
area (e.g. POI nearby, POI in
town, POI at home.
Enter a town/city name and touch
Done to confirm selection.
● POI names:
Enter name of a POI and select
to begin a search.
Point on Map
Select a destination by using the
digital map.
To scroll within the map, drag the
cursor in the required direction, then
confirm the position as a destination.
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Latitude Longitude
Enter the co-ordinates of the
destination.
Confirm the destination
When a destination has been
selected, the route appears on the
map and a route summary is provided
in the y tab.
Select the LIVE tab to view real-time
traffic information. For further
information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "LIVE services"
in the "Usage" section 3 78.
Touch Done to confirm the route.
Add and save a favourite
Add to saved locations
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Navigation followed by Drive
to....
Select Recent destinations and
choose a destination from the
displayed list.
Touch < (to open a pop-up menu)
then Add to saved locations, give a
name to the destination using the
keyboard, then touch Next.
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Navigation
A message is displayed asking if the
saved address should be set as the
Home address. Select Yes or No. A
message is displayed confirming that
the address has been saved.
Add Favourite
On the Home page, touch f to open
the favourites menu and select
Navigation.
To set a saved destination as a
favourite, touch < (to open a pop-up
menu), then Add Favourite.
Choose from the displayed list to add
a saved destination to the favourites.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Favourites" in
the "Introduction" section 3 30.
Delete a favourite
On the Home page, touch f to open
the favourites menu and select
Navigation.
Touch < and select Remove all
Favourites or select a favourite from
the displayed list then select Remove
a Favourite. A confirmation message
is displayed. Touch Delete to confirm.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Favourites" in
the "Introduction" section 3 30.
Guidance
Route information
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Route
information
To view the route before guidance
begins, touch 7 followed by yNAVI /
ýNav then Route after a destination
has been entered.
For the various methods of entering a
destination, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" 3 90.
The following options are available:
● Create Route/Edit Route
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Edit Itinerary" below.
● Avoidances
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Edit Itinerary" below.
● Overview
See below.
●
Cancel Route
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Deactivating guidance" below.
● Alternative Routes
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Edit Itinerary" below.
● Itinerary
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Edit Itinerary" below.
Overview
When the Route screen is displayed,
touch Overview to get a detailed plan
for the current route and a bird's eye
view of the route on the map.
This menu option contains the
following information:
● name and/or address of the
destination
● total time of the route
● total distance of the route
● special points and sections of the
route (e.g. toll roads, motorways,
etc.)
● alternative routes (e.g. Short,
Fast, Economical)
Navigation
When the Overview screen is
displayed, touch Options to access
the following submenus:
● Alternative routes
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Edit Itinerary" below.
● Itinerary
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Edit Itinerary" below.
● Route settings
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Setting up the Navigation
system" 3 78.
● Simulate navigation
See below.
Note
These options can also be accessed
during route guidance by touching
on the 'Journey information' (e.g.
estimated arrival time, total
remaining distance) area of the
display screen.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Information on the display" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
Simulate navigation
This function enables you to see a
rapid view of the suggested route.
The following options are available:
r
: Start or pause the route
simulation
f
: Move to previous
manoeuvre
e
: Move to next
manoeuvre
1x / 4x / 8x : Increase the speed of
the route simulation
r/q
: Return to previous
screen
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Route
information
To view the route before guidance
begins, touch < (to open a pop-up
menu), then select Route details after
a destination has been entered.
The following options are available:
● Display instructions:
Displays the route plan.
The following details are shown:
● direction change arrows
● road types
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
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road names
distance before a fork in the
road (km/miles)
Display route map:
View a map of the route.
Display route demo:
View a demonstration of the
route.
Route summary:
Return to the previous screen.
The details of the journey time,
distance and the type of journey
are displayed. Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"IQ routes™" in the "Destination
input" section 3 90.
Display destination:
View changes in direction as
images.
Display traffic on route:
Displays an overview of all traffic
incidents affecting the current
journey, with a detailed incident
by incident view.
With a subscription to LIVE
services, the "Live" tab provides
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Navigation
a more detailed overview of the
journey (e.g. traffic delays, fixed
and mobile speed cameras).
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "LIVE
services" in the "Usage" section
3 78.
Edit itinerary
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Edit Itinerary
This function makes it possible to
view and change the route plan to the
destination entered.
To access at any time, touch 7
followed by yNAVI / ýNav then
Route. Select Itinerary.
The following information will appear:
● direction change arrows
● road number
● distance before a direction
change
Touch Options to change and sort the
details of the route.
The following options are available:
● Summary
Shows each waypoint and the
destination, including the
waypoint distance, time left to
next waypoint and arrival time.
● Normal
Shows each manoeuvre, with
street or place names, distance,
and route section numbers.
This option also shows signpost
information, access and
manoeuvre restrictions,
warnings and system preference
information.
● Road list
Shows only the main sections of
the route using road names/
numbers.
This option also shows the length
of each section, time left to next
section, arrival time and average
direction.
Alternatively, these itinerary/route
options can be changed by touching
the "Direction and distance to next
change of direction" tab on the display
during route guidance. Select
Options to change and sort the details
of the route.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Information on the display", "Map
screen" in the Usage section 3 78.
Edit route
To edit the route by modifying the list
of waypoints, touch 7 followed by
yNAVI / ýNav, Route then Edit
Route on the display screen.
The following options are available:
: Add waypoint
Top <
Bottom < : Add new destination
ë
: Delete destination
y
: Change the route
departure address
(available depending on
version)
To change the order of the waypoints
in the list, touch Options followed by
Re-order then move the waypoints
up/down.
For the various methods of entering a
destination, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" 3 90.
Navigation
Avoidances
To edit the route by avoiding
particular sections, touch 7 followed
by yNAVI / ýNav, Route then
Avoidances.
Select a section from the list on the
display screen to be avoided. The
avoided section is highlighted in red.
Confirm the new route by touching
OK.
Alternative routes
To change the route planning
method, touch 7 followed by yNAVI /
ýNav, Route then Alternative routes.
The following options are available,
each with a distance and estimated
time:
● fast
● short
● eco
Select one of the options and confirm
the new route by touching r.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Setting up the
navigation system" in the "Usage"
section 3 78.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Edit Itinerary
Journeys can be planned in advance
by selecting both the starting point
and the destination.
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Navigation, followed by
Itineraries.
Select a point of departure in the
same way as entering a destination.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Destination input" 3 90. Then select
a destination, choose the type of
route and confirm.
The system plans the route and
allows you to view the details.
Change route
To change the route during active
route guidance, from the Home page,
touchMENU then Navigation,
followed by Change route.
The following options are available:
● Calculate alternative
● Cancel route
● Travel via
● Avoid roadblock
● Avoid part of route
● Minimise delays
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Calculate alternative
Select to calculate an alternative
route to the destination.
Cancel route
Select to stop the current route
guidance.
To restart guidance, touch Drive to..,
followed by Recent destinations and
select the route again.
Travel via (waypoints)
Select to change the calculated route
to your destination so that it includes
a particular location (waypoint).
The location to be included is entered
the same way as entering a
destination.
Select from the same list of options,
e.g. "Address", "Saved locations",
"Point of Interest", "Point on map".
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Destination input" 3 90.
Avoid roadblock
Select this option in the event a
roadblock is not currently indicated by
the Traffic information service.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Traffic
information" below.
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Navigation
Choose the distance (in metres) of
the route ahead to be avoided, e.g.
"100m", "500m", "2000m", "5000m".
The route is recalculated to avoid a
section of the route for the distance
selected.
Avoid part of route
Select to avoid a part of the route.
Choose the road to be avoided from
the list of roads along the route.
Minimise delays
Select to plan the route based on the
latest traffic information.
Deactivating guidance
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Deactivating
guidance
To stop route guidance when in
progress, touch 7 followed by
yNAVI / ýNav, Route then Cancel
Route.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Deactivating
guidance
To stop guidance when in progress,
touch < followed by Delete route.
Browse map
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Browse map
To access the map screen at any
time, touch 7 followed by sMAP.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current selected
position. To scroll within the map,
drag the cursor in the required
direction.
For further control operations, refer to
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Map screen" in
the "Usage" section 3 78.
Options menu
When the map screen is displayed,
touch Options to display the following:
● Route settings:
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Setting up the navigation
system" in the "Usage" section
3 78.
● Map settings:
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Setting up the navigation
●
system" in the "Usage" section
3 78.
Where am I?:
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"HELP!" below.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Browse map
To access the map screen without
navigation, on the Home page touch
MENU, then Navigation followed by
View Map.
Touch anywhere on the map. The
cursor indicates the current selected
position. To scroll within the map,
drag the cursor in the required
direction.
When the map screen is displayed,
touch < to open a pop-up menu
containing the following options:
● Use this location to...
● Find
● Change the map details
● Add to saved locations
Navigation
Use this location to...
Select this option to perform any of
the following actions:
● centre the map on the vehicle's
location
● navigate to a point on the map
● search for a point on the map
● add a point on the map to the
favourites
● add a point on the map to the POI
list
● correct the position of your
vehicle
Find
Select this option to centre the map
on:
● your home
● a saved address
● an address
● a recent destination
● a local search
● a point of interest
● current vehicle position
● a co-ordinate (latitude/longitude)
Change the map details
Select this option to switch on/off the
following map settings:
● traffic
● names
● points of interest (POI)
● satellite image map background
● GPS co-ordinates
Add to saved locations
Select this option to add the current
position on the map as a saved
destination. Use the keyboard to
enter a name or confirm the
suggested name.
For keyboard operation, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Operating
keyboards in the display" in the
"Usage" section 3 78.
Help!
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Help!
When the map screen is displayed,
touch Options followed by Where am
I? to check helpful information about
the current location and to search for
Points of Interest (POI) nearby.
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To access the map screen at any
time, touch 7 followed by sMAP.
Where am I?
This menu option contains the
following information:
● current location (address)
● latitude
● longitude
● altitude
● GPS status
Touch Options to display the
following options:
● Add to favourites
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Destination input", "Add and
save a favourite" for further
information 3 90.
● Country information: Refer to
"Country information" below.
Country information
This function allows you to check
country information and legislation for
the current location.
When the Where am I? screen is
displayed, touch Options followed by
Country information.
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Navigation
This menu option contains the
following information:
● speed limits
● phone country code
(International dialling code, e.g.
+49)
● emergency number (e.g. 112)
● legal restrictions, e.g.:
● vehicle equipment
requirements, e.g. warning
triangle, first aid kit, fire
extinguisher, spare bulbs,
high-visibility jacket etc.
● headlights legislation
● maximum blood alcohol level
● snow chains legislation
● winter tyres legislation
This menu option contains the
following information:
● Car repair around here (Vehicle
repair services)
● Health around here (Medical and
emergency services)
● Police around here (Police
stations)
● Petrol station around here (Fuel
stations)
Select the appropriate option to
access a list of local Points of Interest
(POI).
For information on Points of Interest
(POI), refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Destination input" 3 90.
Help Nearby
This function allows you to search for
assistance near your current location.
When the Where am I? screen is
displayed, touch Help Nearby.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Traffic
information
Available depending on version, upto-date traffic information from local
sources can be received. Information
is provided for the current route or for
the current vehicle location.
Traffic information
During route guidance, touch
Options then select Current traffic, or
touch the traffic icon Ö on the map
screen. Traffic incidents along the
route and estimated delay times are
displayed.
The following options are available:
● Event list: Select to change event
display settings.
● Offer detour: Create an
alternative route to the selected
destination.
● Options: Access traffic options.
To access these traffic options at any
time, touch 7 followed by yNAVI /
ýNav then Options. Then select
ÖTraffic.
Touch q to return to route guidance.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Traffic
information
Allows up-to-date traffic information
from local sources to be received.
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Navigation, followed by
Navigation Services. Then select
Traffic/HD Traffic.
Navigation
The navigation system indicates
traffic incidents with voice messages,
the traffic information bar and also by
displaying symbols on the map.
Refer to "Symbols overview" 3 103.
The system receives updates approx.
every 15 minutes and traffic incidents
are shown for major roads only.
The Traffic service is named HD
Traffic if a subscription to LIVE
services has been activated. With HD
Traffic, updates are received approx.
every three minutes and traffic
incidents are shown for minor roads
also.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "LIVE services"
in the "Usage" section 3 78.
Depending on the current traffic
situation, the traffic information bar
can include the following information:
● heavy delays on the route (given
in minutes)
● unknown or indeterminate
situation (grey)
● slow traffic (orange)
● traffic jam (red)
●
stationary traffic or road closed
(dark red)
● distance before next incident (in
km/miles)
To manage the Traffic information
service, select from the following
options:
● Minimise delays
Alter journey based on the latest
traffic information.
● Display traffic on route
Displays an overview of all traffic
incidents on the current route.
Touch incident icons for more
detailed information.
● Explore map
Select to explore the map and
stay up-to-date with the traffic
situation in the area.
The map displays the last
searched location. Touch
incident icons for more detailed
information.
● Read traffic information aloud
during the route
Activates voice guidance for
traffic information.
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Traffic service settings
Select Traffic Settings and tick the
box alongside the required
preferences (e.g. automatically
minimise delays after every traffic
update) and select Done to confirm.
Symbols overview
L : Accident
M : Traffic jam
G : One or more lanes closed
F : Road closed
N : Traffic incident
E : Road works
J : Heavy rain
C : Snow
B : Strong wind, storm
K : Fog
I : Ice
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Voice recognition
Voice recognition
General information ................... 104
Navigation control ...................... 105
Phone control ............................ 106
General information
The voice recognition function allows
you to operate certain functions via
voice input.
To ensure that conversations held
inside the vehicle do not start
unintentional calls to a saved contact,
the voice recognition function must
first be activated via 5 on the steering
column controls.
Control elements overview 3 6.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
Available depending on version, the
voice recognition function of the
handsfree phone system allows you
to operate certain functions of a
compatible smartphone via voice
input.
Refer to "Phone control" in this
section 3 106.
To confirm that a paired and
connected smartphone is compatible
with the voice recognition function,
touch 7 followed by ÿSetting(s).
Then select Bluetooth followed by
View Bluetooth device list. The list
shows the paired devices and 5
appears alongside the name of the
smartphone to indicate compatibility.
Note
If supported, the language set on
your smartphone will automatically
be used by the Infotainment system
for voice recognition.
The navigation system can also be
operated using voice controls. Refer
to "Navigation control" in this section
3 105.
Prerequisites
The following prerequisites must be
met:
● The Bluetooth function of the
Infotainment system must be
activated.
Refer to "Bluetooth connection"
in the "Phone" section 3 111.
● The Bluetooth function of the
Bluetooth-enabled smartphone
must be activated and the
smartphone must have a 3G, 4G
Voice recognition
●
●
or wi-fi connection (see
smartphone operating
instructions).
Dependent upon the
smartphone, it may be required
to set the device to "visible" (see
smartphone operating
instructions).
The smartphone must be paired
and connected to the
Infotainment system.
Help
For information and help with
activating and operating voice
controls, touch 7 followed by
ÿSetting(s) then Bluetooth.
Select Smartphone from the list (use
S/R to search list), then select l to
access help.
A series of screens are displayed,
explaining how to use the voice
recognition function and information
on the following:
● switching on/off with steering
column controls
● compatible phones
● operation methods
●
●
available functions and
descriptions
conditions of use
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
The voice recognition function allows
you to operate certain functions via
voice input, including:
● Navigation
Refer to "Navigation control" in
this section 3 105.
● Phone
Refer to "Phone control" in this
section 3 106.
Press 5 on the steering column
controls to open the Voice control
main menu. After the tone, say the
name of the menu you wish to access.
When activated, the Voice control
main menu is displayed and the voice
recognition indicator in the top right
corner indicates system status and
optimisation levels:
Green : optimal voice recognition
Orange : good voice recognition
Red
: average voice recognition
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Microphone é : System is ready to
receive a voice
command
Loudspeaker : Voice instructions
l
are currently being
given by the system
Loading icon : Data currently
loading
Navigation control
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
Activating voice recognition
To activate the voice recognition
function during navigation:
Press 5 on the steering column
controls; 5 appears, alongside the
audio system information, in the
bottom right corner of the display.
Note
During use of the voice recognition
function, audio source playback is
interrupted.
For a guide to using voice commands,
refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Help" in
the "General information" section
3 104.
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Voice recognition
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
Activating voice recognition
To activate the voice recognition
function:
Press 5 on the steering column
controls to open the Voice control
main menu.
After the tone, say "Destination" to
enter a new address. Say "Address"
then say the full destination of a new
address (number, street name,
destination town/city).
The address recognised by the
system is displayed. Confirm
destination when prompted to begin
guidance.
Alternatively, after the tone say
"Recent destinations" to access a list
of the most recent destinations
entered and select the desired
destination.
Note
A compatible SD card must be
inserted for the Voice recognition to
operate the Navigation system.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Destination
input" in the "Navigation" section
3 90.
Phone control
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
Activating voice recognition
To activate the voice recognition
function:
Press 5 on the steering column
controls to open the Smartphone
menu; a beep sounds and 5 appears
on the display, indicating activation.
To use voice recognition, touch 5 on
the display (or press 5).
Note
During operation of the voice
recognition function, Radio and
Media functions are not available for
use.
To deactivate, touch and hold 5 on
the display (or press 5).
For a guide to using voice commands,
refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink) "Help" in
the "General information" section
3 104.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink
Activating voice recognition
To activate the voice recognition
function:
Press 5 on the steering column
controls to open the Voice control
main menu.
After the tone, say "Phone" to access
the Phone menu. Say the name of a
saved contact or a telephone number.
The desired contact appears in the
display when registered by the
system.
Say "Call" to start the dialling process.
Say "Delete" to cancel input and retry.
Alternatively, to initiate a call directly
from the Voice control main menu,
touch 5 and say the name of a saved
contact or a telephone number.
Phone
Phone
General information ................... 107
Connection ................................. 109
Bluetooth connection ................. 111
Emergency call .......................... 114
Operation ................................... 115
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment .................................. 122
General information
The handsfree phone system
provides you with the possibility of
having mobile phone conversations
via the vehicle's microphone and
loudspeakers, as well as operating
the most important mobile phone
functions via the Infotainment system.
To be able to use the handsfree
phone system, the mobile phone
must be connected with it via
Bluetooth.
Not all handsfree phone system
functions are supported by every
mobile phone. The possible phone
functions depend on the relevant
mobile phone and network provider.
Refer to the operating instructions for
your mobile phone or consult your
network provider.
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Important information for
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
Use of the handsfree phone
system while driving can be
dangerous as your concentration
is reduced when telephoning. Park
the vehicle before using the
handsfree phone system.
Follow the regulations of the
country in which you are driving.
Also follow the special regulations
that apply in specific areas and
always switch off the mobile
phone if the use of mobile phones
is prohibited, if interference is
caused by the mobile phone or if
dangerous situations can occur.
9 Warning
Mobile phones have effects on
your environment. For this reason,
safety regulations have been
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Phone
The Phone portal is certified by the
Bluetooth Special Interest Group
(SIG).
You will find further information about
the specification on the Internet at
http://www.bluetooth.com
Controls on steering column:
● 7, 8: Take call, end/reject call.
- or ● MODE/OK: Take call, end/reject
call, confirm an action.
● 5: Activate/deactivate voice
recognition.
Depending on Infotainment system,
some features of the handsfree
phone system can also be operated
via voice recognition 3 106.
Phone controls
Display screen operation
prepared which you should make
yourself familiar with before you
use the telephone.
Bluetooth
Controls on Infotainment system or
steering column:
● 6TEL
- or ● TEL
- or ● yPHONE on the 7 Home page
screen (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
- or PHONE in the Main menu screen
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
Select Phone to open the menu.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Display screen operation
● To move up/down in the display:
Turn OK.
● To confirm actions: Press OK.
● To cancel actions (and return to
previous menu): Press /.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Display screen
operation
To access the Phone menu screen,
select 7 followed by yPhone.
The following submenus are
available:
● Phone book
● Calling Lists
● Dial
To switch between submenus, touch
S in top left corner.
● To move up/down in the display:
Touch R or S.
● To confirm actions: Select OK.
● To cancel actions (and return to
previous menu/Home page):
Touch r/7.
For further information, refer to
"Touchscreen operation" 3 39.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Display screen
operation
To access the "Phone" menu from the
Home page, select MENU followed by
Phone.
The following submenus are
available:
● Phonebook
● Call logs
● Dial a number
Phone
●
●
●
●
●
Voice mail
Settings
To move up/down in the display:
Touch 4 or 1.
To cancel actions (and/or return
to previous menu): Touchr.
To open a pop-up menu (e.g. to
add contacts to a list of
favourites): Touch <.
Note
Favourites can be accessed at any
time by pressing f on the Home
page.
For further information, refer to
"Touchscreen operation" 3 39.
Operating keyboards in the
display
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Operating keyboards in the display
To move within and to enter
characters in the numerical keyboard
shown on the display screen: Turn
and press OK.
Entries can be corrected during input
with the ← keyboard character.
Press / to stop using the keyboard
and return to the previous screen.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink,
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Operating
keyboards in the display
To move within and to enter
characters in the numerical keyboard,
make the appropriate selection by
touching the display screen.
Entries can be corrected during input
with the k keyboard character.
Touch r to stop using the keyboard
and return to the previous screen.
For further information, refer to
"Touchscreen operation" 3 39.
Connection
A mobile phone must be connected to
the handsfree phone system in order
to control its functions via the
Infotainment system.
No phone can be connected to the
system unless it has first been paired.
Refer to the Bluetooth connection
section (3 111) for pairing a mobile
phone to the handsfree phone system
via Bluetooth.
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When the ignition is switched on, the
handsfree phone system searches for
paired phones in the vicinity.
Bluetooth must be activated on the
mobile phone for the phone to be
recognised by the handsfree phone
system. Searching continues until a
paired phone is found. A display
message indicates that the phone is
connected.
Note
When a Bluetooth connection is
active, using the handsfree phone
system will discharge the mobile
phone battery more rapidly.
Automatic connection
For your phone to connect
automatically when the system is
switched on, it may be necessary to
activate the automatic Bluetooth
connection function on your mobile
phone; refer to the mobile phone
operating instructions.
Note
Depending on Infotainment system,
when reconnecting to a paired
phone, or when two paired phones
are within range of the handsfree
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Phone
phone system, either the priority
phone (if defined) or the last
connected phone is connected
automatically, even if this phone is
outside the vehicle but still within
range of the handsfree phone
system.
During automatic connection, if a call
is already in progress, the
conversation will automatically switch
to the vehicle's microphone and
loudspeakers.
If connection fails:
● check the phone is switched on
● check the phone battery is not flat
● check if the phone has already
been paired
The Bluetooth function on the mobile
phone and on the handsfree phone
system must be active and the mobile
phone must be configured to accept
the system connection request.
Manual connection
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Manual connection
To change the phone connected to
the handsfree phone system, press
TEL and select the Select Device
menu. The device list shows the
phones already paired.
Select the desired phone from the list
and confirm by pressing OK. A
display message confirms phone
connection.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Manual
connection
To change the phone connected to
the handsfree phone system, touch
7 followed by ÿSETTING(S) then
Bluetooth (or select Phone from the
Home page).
Then select View Bluetooth device
list. The device list shows the phones
already paired.
Select the desired phone from the list
and confirm by touching OK.
Depending on version, J appears
alongside the selected phone, to
indicate connection.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Manual
connection
To change the phone connected to
the handsfree phone system, from
the Home page, touch MENU then
Phone followed by Settings.
Then select Manage devices. The
device list shows the phones already
paired. Select the desired phone from
the list.
Disconnecting a phone
If the mobile phone is switched off, the
phone is automatically disconnected
from the handsfree phone system.
During disconnection, if a call is
already in progress, the conversation
will automatically switch to the mobile
phone.
Phone
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Disconnecting a phone
To disconnect a phone from the
Infotainment system, press TEL (or
the SETUP) and select Bluetooth
connection. Select the desired device
from the device list then select
Disconnect the device by turning and
pressing OK. A display message
confirms phone disconnection.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Disconnecting a
phone
To disconnect a phone from the
Infotainment system, from the Home
page, touch MENU then Phone
followed by Settings.
Then select Manage devices. Select
the connected phone in the displayed
list to disconnect.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Disconnecting a
phone
Depending on version, to disconnect
a phone from the Infotainment
system, touch 7 followed by
ÿSETTING(S) then Bluetooth (or
select yPhone from the Home page).
Then select View Bluetooth device
list. Select the connected phone
shown in the displayed list to
disconnect; I appears alongside the
phone, to indicate disconnection.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Defining the priority phone
The priority phone is the last
connected phone.
When the ignition is switched on, the
handsfree phone system searches
first for the priority paired phone.
Searching continues until a paired
phone is found.
Defining the priority phone
Bluetooth connection
Bluetooth is a radio standard for the
wireless connection of, e.g., a
telephone with other devices.
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Information such as a mobile phone
contact list and call lists can be
transferred. The functionality can be
restricted depending on the phone
model.
Prerequisites
The following prerequisites must be
met, in order to control a Bluetoothenabled mobile phone via the
Infotainment system:
● The Bluetooth function of the
Infotainment system must be
activated.
● The Bluetooth function of the
Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
must be activated (see mobile
phone operating instructions).
● Dependent upon the mobile
phone, it may be required to set
the device to "visible" (see mobile
phone operating instructions).
● The mobile phone must be paired
and connected to the
Infotainment system.
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Phone
Activating Bluetooth function of
the Infotainment system
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Activating Bluetooth
To enable the Infotainment system to
recognise and operate a Bluetoothenabled mobile phone, the Bluetooth
function must first be activated.
Deactivate the function if not
required.
Press TEL and select Bluetooth by
turning and pressing OK.
Select ON or OFF and confirm by
pressing the knob.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Activating
Bluetooth
Touch 7 followed by ÿSETTING(S).
Select Bluetooth to display the
following options:
● View Bluetooth device list
● Search for Bluetooth device
● External device authorisation
●
●
Change passkey
Smartphone
Available depending on version.
For help with activating and
operating voice controls - refer to
"Voice recognition" 3 104).
When the Bluetooth screen is
displayed, Bluetooth-enabled
devices can be paired to the
Infotainment system.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Activating
Bluetooth
To access the Phone settings menu
from the Home page, touch MENU
then Phone followed by Settings.
The following options are displayed:
● Manage devices
● Sound levels
● Voice mail
● Turn Bluetooth on/off
● Automatically download phone
data (on/off)
Select Turn Bluetooth on to tick the
box ☑ alongside it. Bluetooth-enabled
devices can now be paired to the
Infotainment system.
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Phone
settings" in the "Operation" section for
further information 3 115.
Pairing a mobile phone to the
handsfree phone system
In order to use your handsfree phone
system, a connection must be set up
between the mobile phone and the
system via Bluetooth, i.e. the mobile
phone must be paired to the vehicle
before using it. For this purpose, the
mobile phone must support
Bluetooth. Refer to the operating
instructions for your mobile phone.
To set up a Bluetooth connection, the
handsfree phone system must be
switched on and Bluetooth must be
activated on the mobile phone.
Note
If another phone is automatically
connected during a new pairing
procedure, it will automatically be
disconnected, to allow the new
pairing procedure to continue.
Pairing enables the handsfree phone
system to recognise and store a
mobile phone in the device list. A
Phone
maximum of 5 mobile phones can be
paired and stored in the device list,
but only one can be connected at a
time.
Note
Depending on version of
NAVI 50 IntelliLink, a maximum of
eight mobile phones can be paired.
When pairing is completed, a
message with the name of the paired
phone is shown on the Infotainment
system display screen and the phone
is automatically connected to the
handsfree phone system. The mobile
phone can then be operated via the
Infotainment system controls.
Note
When a Bluetooth connection is
active, using the handsfree phone
system will discharge the mobile
phone battery more rapidly.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Pairing a mobile phone
To pair a phone to the handsfree
phone system, press TEL and select
Pair device by turning and pressing
OK. The Ready to Pair screen is
displayed.
On the mobile phone, search for
Bluetooth equipment in the vicinity of
the device.
Select My Radio (i.e. the name of the
handsfree phone system) from the list
on the mobile phone, then, on the
mobile phone keypad, enter the
pairing code shown on the
Infotainment system display screen.
If pairing fails, the system returns to
the previous menu and a
corresponding message is displayed.
Repeat procedure if necessary.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Pairing a mobile
phone
Touch 7 followed by ÿSETTING(S).
Select Bluetooth then either Search
for Bluetooth device or External
device authorisation.
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Alternatively, when in the Phone
menu screen, touch y.
On the mobile phone, search for
Bluetooth equipment in the vicinity of
the device.
Select the name of the handsfree
phone system (e.g. MEDIA-NAV)
from the list on the mobile phone, then
(if required), on the mobile phone
keypad, enter the pairing code shown
on the Infotainment system display
screen.
Note
The pairing code may only be shown
on the Infotainment system display
for a limited time.
The default pairing code is 0000. To
change this pairing code before the
pairing procedure is started, select
Change passkey to update.
If pairing fails, repeat procedure if
necessary.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Pairing a mobile
phone
To access the Phone settings menu
from the Home page, touch MENU
then Phone followed by Settings.
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Phone
Select Manage devices from the list of
options. A message appears on the
display asking if you wish to set up a
Bluetooth connection between your
device and the Infotainment system.
Select Yes to continue. The
Infotainment system begins a search
for Bluetooth equipment in the vicinity
and displays a list of devices.
Select your device from the displayed
list. Depending on phone model,
confirm the pairing request or enter
the pairing code on the mobile phone
keypad to pair it to the Infotainment
system.
To pair further devices, from the
Manage devices screen, touch < to
open a pop-up menu and select Add
to pair additional devices in the same
way.
If pairing fails, repeat procedure if
necessary.
Unpairing a mobile phone from
the handsfree phone system
If the list of paired phones is full, a new
phone can only be paired if an
existing phone is unpaired.
Note
Unpairing a phone erases all of its
downloaded contacts and its call
history from the handsfree phone
system phonebook.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Unpairing a mobile phone
To unpair, i.e. to delete a phone from
the handsfree phone system
memory, press TEL and select Delete
device.
Select the desired phone from the
device list and press OK to confirm
deletion when prompted.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Unpairing a
mobile phone
To unpair, i.e. to delete a phone from
the handsfree phone system
memory, touch 7 followed by
ÿSETTING(S).
Select Bluetooth then View Bluetooth
device list.
Select the desired phone from the
device list, then touch ë to delete the
device. If required, delete all devices
in the list by selecting Options
followed by Delete all. Confirm by
touching OK.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Unpairing a
mobile phone
To unpair, i.e. to delete a phone from
the handsfree phone system
memory, access the Manage
devices screen.
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Phone followed by Settings.
Select Manage devices, then touch
< to open a pop-up menu, select
Delete and remove the selected
device from the list.
Emergency call
9 Warning
Connection setup cannot be
guaranteed in all situations. For
this reason, do not rely exclusively
Phone
on a mobile phone when a vitally
important communication (e.g. a
medical emergency) is concerned.
On some networks, it may be
necessary for a valid SIM card to
be properly inserted in the mobile
phone.
9 Warning
Bear in mind that you can only
make and receive calls with the
mobile phone if it is in a service
area with a sufficiently strong
signal.
Under certain circumstances,
emergency calls cannot be made
on all mobile phone networks; it is
also possible that emergency calls
cannot be made when certain
network services and/or telephone
functions are active. Consult your
network provider for more
information.
The emergency call number
differs depending on country or
region. Please enquire
beforehand about the correct
emergency call number for the
relevant country or region.
Dial the emergency call number (refer
to "Operation" 3 115); A telephone
connection to the emergency call
centre is set up.
Answer when the service personnel
questions you about the emergency.
9 Warning
Do not end the call until you are
requested to do so by the
emergency call centre.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink
To view the emergency number for
the current location, touch 7 followed
by sMAP (available depending on
version).
Select Options then Where am I?.
When the Where am I? screen is
displayed, touch Options followed by
Country information: Emergency
number (e.g. 112) is shown on the
display.
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Operation
Introduction
When a Bluetooth connection has
been set up between your mobile
phone and the handsfree phone
system, certain functions of your
mobile phone can be operated via the
Infotainment system controls or
display.
It is then possible, e.g., to import the
contacts and telephone numbers
stored in your mobile phone into the
handsfree phone system.
Note
The Infotainment system memory is
restricted and some the contacts
may not be downloaded from your
mobile phone.
The contacts saved on the SIM card
in your mobile phone are not visible.
Only contacts saved on the phone
are visible.
After connection, the mobile phone
data is transmitted to the handsfree
phone system. This can take some
time, depending on phone model.
During this period, operation of the
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Phone
mobile phone is possible via the
Infotainment system only to a limited
extent.
Note
Not every mobile phone supports
the functions of the handsfree phone
system. Therefore, deviations from
the range of functions described are
possible.
Phone menu
To display the Phone menu:
● press 6TEL
- or ● press TEL
- or ● touch 7 followed by yPhone
(NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
from the Home page, touch
MENU followed by Phone
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
Volume control
Entering a number manually
R15 BT, R16 BT USB, CD16 BT,
CD18 BT USB - Volume control
During a call, turn m or press ! or #
(on the steering column controls) to
change the call volume.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Entering a number manually
With the Phone menu displayed,
select Dial from the list.
Enter the desired number using the
numerical keyboard (3 107) and
select 7 to start dialling.
To redial the last number, press and
hold TEL.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Volume control
During a call, press ] or < on the
Infotainment unit to change the call
volume.
Alternatively (with the steering
column controls), press ! or #.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Volume control
During a call, turn X on the
Infotainment unit to change the call
volume.
Alternatively (with the steering
column controls), press ! or #.
Dialling a telephone number
Several options are available for
dialling telephone numbers, including
calling a contact from the phonebook
or from a call log. Numbers can also
be dialled manually.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Entering a
number manually
With the yPhone menu displayed,
touch S in top left corner and select
Dial from the list.
Enter the desired number using the
numerical keyboard and select y to
start dialling.
Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Operating keyboards in the display"
in the "General information" section
3 107.
Phone
Entries can be corrected during input
with the k keyboard character.
Touch and hold k to delete all
numbers at once.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Entering a
number manually
From the Home page, select MENU
then Phone followed by Dial a
number.
Enter the desired number using the
numerical keyboard and touch Call to
start dialling.
Entries can be corrected during input
with the k keyboard character.
Phonebook
The phonebook contains contact lists
available only to the current vehicle
user. For reasons of confidentiality,
each downloaded contacts list can
only be viewed when the
corresponding phone is connected.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Phonebook
After pairing the mobile phone to the
Infotainment system, the contact list
in the mobile phone is downloaded to
the handsfree phone system.
To dial a number from the
phonebook, with the Phone menu
displayed, select Phonebook and
select the desired contact from the
alphabetical list. Press OK to start the
dialling process.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Phonebook
After pairing the mobile phone to the
Infotainment system, the contact list
in the mobile phone is downloaded to
the handsfree phone system.
With the yPhone menu displayed,
touch S in top left corner and select
Phone book from the list.
To dial a number from the
phonebook, select the desired
contact from the list.
Alternatively, select Search by Name,
then enter the name of the desired
contact using the keyboard.
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Refer to (NAVI 50 IntelliLink)
"Operating keyboards in the display"
in the "General information" section
3 107.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Phonebook
After pairing the mobile phone to the
Infotainment system, the contact list
in the mobile phone is downloaded to
the handsfree phone system.
Note
Data sharing must be authorised on
your phone. Refer to the operating
instructions for your mobile phone or
consult your network provider.
The feature "Automatically
download phone data" must also be
switched on in the Infotainment
phone settings menu. Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Phone
settings" below.
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Phone followed by Phone book.
To dial a number from the
phonebook, select the desired
contact from the list. If a contact has
more than one saved number, select
the appropriate number when
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prompted. The call will be started
automatically after the contact
number is selected.
After the initial pairing of the phone
with the Infotainment system, the
system can be updated with the latest
contacts on your mobile phone.
Touch < to open a pop-up menu and
select Update telephone data. If
necessary, select Help from the popup menu for assistance.
To add a contact to your list of
favourites, press < and select Add a
contact to the Favourites page.
Note
Favourites can be accessed at any
time by pressing f on the Home
page.
For further information, refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Favourites" in
the "Introduction" section 3 30.
Call lists
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB - Call
lists
To dial a number from the call history
lists (e.g. dialled numbers, received
calls, missed calls), select the
relevant option, e.g. Dialled numbers
from the Call list menu. Select the
desired contact and press OK to start
the dialling process.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Call lists
After connecting the mobile phone to
the Infotainment system, the list of
dialled numbers, received calls and
missed calls in the mobile phone are
transferred automatically to the
handsfree phone system.
With the yPhone menu displayed,
touch S in top left corner and select
Calling Lists from the list.
To dial a number from the call history
lists, select from the following options
on the display:
● yAll: Displays list of all calls in
the below lists.
● ú: Dialled numbers.
●
●
ù: Received calls.
û: Missed calls.
Note
The number of missed calls is shown
alongside the symbol.
The most recent calls are displayed at
the top. Select the desired contact
from the chosen list to start the
dialling process.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Call lists
After connecting the mobile phone to
the Infotainment system, the list of
dialled numbers, received calls and
missed calls in the mobile phone are
transferred automatically to the
handsfree phone system.
Note
Data sharing must be authorised on
your phone. Refer to the operating
instructions for your mobile phone or
consult your network provider.
The feature "Automatically
download phone data" must also be
switched on in the Infotainment
phone settings menu. Refer to
(NAVI 80 IntelliLink) "Phone
settings" below.
Phone
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Phone followed by Call logs.
To dial a number from the call history
lists, select from the following options
on the display:
● All: Displays list of all calls in the
below lists.
● ù: Received calls.
● þ: Missed calls.
● ú: Dialled numbers.
The most recent calls are displayed at
the top. Alternatively, touch 4 or 1 to
move up/down in the display.
Select the desired contact from the
chosen call list to start the dialling
process.
Note
If necessary, touch < (to open a
pop-up menu) and select Update
telephone data to update the call
lists.
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Voicemail box
Receiving calls
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Voicemail box
To listen to mobile phone voicemail
messages via the Infotainment
system while the phone is connected,
select the Voicemail box menu.
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Receiving calls
To accept the call, depending on
vehicle configuration:
● Briefly press 7 (on the steering
column controls).
● Select the 7 icon in the display
(by turning and pressing OK).
To reject the call, depending on
vehicle configuration:
● Press and hold 8 (on the steering
column controls).
● Select the } icon in the display
(by turning and pressing OK).
When receiving a call, the caller
number may be shown on the
Infotainment system display screen. If
the number is stored in the system
memory, the name is displayed
instead. If the number cannot be
displayed, the message Private
number is shown.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Voicemail box
To listen to mobile phone voicemail
messages via the Infotainment
system while the phone is connected,
from the Home page, select MENU
then Phone followed by Voice mail.
The system will call the configured
voicemail box.
The configuration screen will be
displayed if the voicemail box is not
configured. Enter number on the
numerical keyboard and confirm.
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Phone
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Receiving calls
To accept the call:
● Touch Accept/Agree.
● Briefly press 7 (on the steering
column controls).
To reject the call:
● Touch Refuse/Reject.
● Press and hold 8 (on the steering
column controls).
When receiving a call, the caller
number may be shown on the
Infotainment system display screen. If
the number is stored in the system
memory, the name is displayed
instead. If the number cannot be
displayed, the message Unknown/
Unknown number is shown.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Receiving calls
To accept the call:
● Touch Pick up.
● Briefly press 7 (on the steering
column controls).
To reject the call:
● Touch Reject.
● Press and hold 8 (on the steering
column controls).
When receiving a call, the caller
number may be shown on the
Infotainment system display screen. If
the number is stored in the system
memory, the name is displayed
instead. If the number cannot be
displayed, the message No Caller ID
is shown.
Functions during a telephone call
R15 BT USB, R16 BT USB,
CD16 BT USB, CD18 BT USB Functions during a telephone call
In addition to volume control, various
functions are available during a call,
including:
● Switch the call to the mobile
phone.
● Access the keyboard.
● End call.
Turn and press OK to select and
confirm.
Switch the call from the handsfree
phone system to the mobile phone by
selecting the mobile phone display
item. Some mobile phones may
become disconnected from the
handsfree phone system during the
switch to this mode.
A number can also be entered on the
numerical keyboard (3 107) e.g. to
control a voice server such as the
voicemail box. Select the #123
display item to access the numerical
keyboard. Refer to "Voicemail box"
for further information.
To end the call, depending on vehicle
configuration:
● Briefly press 8.
● Press TEL.
● Select the } icon in the display.
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Functions during
a telephone call
In addition to volume control, various
functions are available during a call,
including:
● }: End call.
● n: Switch vehicle microphone off.
● é: Switch vehicle microphone on.
● m/m3: Transfer conversation to
mobile phone.
Phone
●
●
J3: Transfer conversation to
vehicle's microphone and
loudspeakers.
7: Return to previous screen
(e.g. Navigation or Home page).
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Functions during
a telephone call
In addition to volume control, various
functions are available during a call,
including:
● Place call on hold: Touch < (to
open pop-up menu) then select
On hold. Touch Continue to
resume the call.
● Transfer conversation to mobile
phone: Touch < (to open pop-up
menu) then select Handset.
In some cases, the phone may be
disconnect from the Infotainment
system during a call transfer.
● End call: Touch End call.
● Return to previous menu: Touch
r.
Phone settings
NAVI 50 IntelliLink - Phone settings
Restore default phone settings
To access the settings menu at any
time, touch7 followed by
ÿSETTING(S).
Select System followed by Factory
settings then Phone to restore phone
settings to their default values.
Confirm by touching OK.
Display software version
To access the settings menu at any
time, touch 7 followed by
ÿSETTING(S).
Select System followed by System
version to display the software
version.
NAVI 80 IntelliLink - Phone settings
From the Home page, touch MENU
then Phone followed by Settings.
Select from the following options:
● Manage devices:
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Pairing a mobile phone" in the
"Bluetooth connection" section
3 111.
●
●
●
●
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Sound levels:
To set the handsfree phone
system call volume and the
ringtone.
Voice mail:
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Voicemail box" above.
Turn Bluetooth on/off:
Refer to (NAVI 80 IntelliLink)
"Activating Bluetooth" in the
"Bluetooth connection" section
3 111.
Automatically download phone
data:
Select this option to tick the box
☑ alongside it.
When pairing and/or connecting
the mobile phone to the
Infotainment system, the contact
list and call lists in the mobile
phone can now be downloaded
to the handsfree phone system.
Data sharing must also be
authorised on your phone. Refer
to the operating instructions for
your mobile phone or consult
your network provider.
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Phone
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment
Installation instructions and
operating guidelines
The vehicle specific installation
instructions and the operating
guidelines of the mobile phone and
handsfree manufacturer must be
observed when installing and
operating a mobile telephone. Failure
to do so could invalidate the vehicle
type approval (EU directive 95/54/
EC).
Recommendations for fault-free
operation:
● professionally installed exterior
antenna to obtain the maximum
range possible
● maximum transmission power
ten watts
● installation of the phone in a
suitable spot, consider relevant
Note in the Owner's Manual
section Airbag system
Seek advice on predetermined
installation points for the external
antenna or equipment holder and
ways of using devices with a
transmission power exceeding
ten watts.
Use of a handsfree attachment
without external antenna with mobile
telephone standards GSM
900/1800/1900 and UMTS is only
permitted if the maximum
transmission power of the mobile
telephone is two watts for GSM 900
or one watt for the other types.
For reasons of safety, do not use the
phone while driving. Even use of a
handsfree set can be a distraction
while driving.
9 Warning
Operation of radio equipment and
mobile telephones which fail to
meet above mentioned mobile
telephone standards is only
permitted using an antenna
located outside of the vehicle.
Caution
Mobile telephones and radio
equipment may lead to
malfunctions in the vehicle
electronics when operated inside
the vehicle with no exterior
antenna, unless the above
mentioned regulations are
observed.
Phone
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Index
A
AAC files....................................... 57
ACC files....................................... 63
Activating Bluetooth function...... 111
Activating the navigation system. . 78
Activating voice recognition........ 105
Adaptation volume km/h............... 42
Add a favourite destination........... 90
Adding contacts to the
phonebook.............................. 115
AF (Alternative Frequency)........... 53
AGC Activated.............................. 40
AhaⓇ application......................... 30
AST (Autostore list)...................... 52
Audio CDs.................................... 57
Audio players................................ 30
Audio settings......................... 40, 58
Automatic call waiting................. 115
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)..... 40
Automatic phone connection...... 109
Automatic station search.............. 50
Automatic station storing.............. 52
Automatic switch-off..................... 30
Automatic zoom............................ 78
Autostore lists............................... 52
AUX input..................................... 61
AUX input usage........................... 61
Avoid part of route........................ 96
B
Balance......................................... 40
Bass.............................................. 40
Battery replacement..................... 78
Bluetooth.................................... 107
Bluetooth connection............ 67, 111
Bluetooth device list................... 111
Bluetooth music............................ 67
Browse map.................................. 96
C
Call lists...................................... 115
Call waiting................................. 115
CD display.................................... 58
CD playback................................. 58
CD player................................ 57, 58
CD-Text........................................ 58
Change Home location................. 78
Change passkey for Bluetooth
connection............................... 111
Change system language....... 30, 43
Clock................................. 30, 43, 78
Compass...................................... 78
Connecting an audio device......... 67
Connection................................. 109
Control elements overview............. 6
Co-ordinates........................... 78, 90
Country information.............. 96, 114
125
D
DAB.............................................. 55
Data sharing settings.................... 30
Deactivating Bluetooth function. . 111
Deactivating guidance.................. 96
Defining the priority phone......... 109
Delete a favourite destination....... 90
Delete device from Bluetooth
device list................................ 111
Destination.................................... 78
Destination input .......................... 90
Dialling a telephone number....... 115
Digital audio broadcasting............ 55
Disconnecting an audio device..... 67
Disconnecting a phone............... 109
Display.......................................... 30
Display information....................... 58
Displaying pictures....................... 73
Display screen operation...... 30, 107
Driving Eco2................................. 30
Driving economy........................... 30
E
Eco coaching................................ 30
Eco Driving................................... 30
Edit Itinerary................................. 96
Emergency call........................... 114
Emergency number.................... 114
Enter an address.......................... 90
Entering a number manually...... 115
External device authorisation..... 111
F
Fader............................................ 40
Fast forward.................................. 58
Fast rewind................................... 58
Favourite destinations.................. 90
Favourites..................................... 30
Media........................................ 30
Navigation................................. 30
Phone........................................ 30
Services.................................... 30
FM station list............................... 52
Functions during a telephone call 115
G
General information... 4, 57, 61,
63, 67, 75, 104, 107
GPS (Global Positioning System). 75
Guidance ..................................... 96
Guided tours................................. 78
H
Handsfree phone system........... 115
HD Traffic..................................... 78
Help!..................................... 96, 104
Home address.............................. 90
Home location............................... 78
I
i-Announcement........................... 53
ID3 tags........................................ 58
Image settings.............................. 30
Image viewer................................ 78
i-News service.............................. 53
Information on the display...... 39, 78
Infotainment controls.................... 30
Infotainment system
Switching on/off......................... 30
Instrument panel controls............... 6
Intersection view........................... 78
iPod........................................ 63, 64
i-Traffic service............................. 53
J
Jack plug...................................... 61
K
Keyboards in the display...... 78, 107
L
Lane images................................. 78
Language..................................... 30
Latitude, Longitude....................... 90
Live services................................. 78
Local search................................. 90
Loudness...................................... 40
Low volume sound enhancement. 40
126
M
Mailbox....................................... 115
Manual phone connection.......... 109
Manual station search.................. 50
Manual station storing.................. 52
Maps............................................. 75
Map screen................................... 78
Menu screen........................... 39, 78
MIX............................................... 58
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment .............................. 122
Modes of operation....................... 30
Motorway view.............................. 78
MP3 CDs...................................... 57
MP3 files....................................... 63
MP3 player................................... 64
MP3 players.................................. 63
Multimedia.................................... 73
Multimedia settings....................... 43
Musical atmosphere..................... 40
Mute........................................ 30, 58
My TomTom LIVE......................... 78
N
Navigation control....................... 105
Navigation services...................... 30
Navigation system
Creating an account.................. 75
GPS (Global Positioning
System)..................................... 75
Installing the software............... 75
Maps......................................... 75
Registering the Navigation
system....................................... 75
SD card..................................... 75
Software installation.................. 75
Traffic info service..................... 75
USB memory stick..................... 75
Navigation system preferences.... 78
Navigation volume........................ 78
Navigation warnings..................... 78
News............................................. 53
O
On-board computer...................... 30
Operation.............................. 67, 115
P
Pairing a mobile phone............... 111
Pairing an audio device................ 67
Park Assist.................................... 30
Pause........................................... 58
Phone......................................... 107
Phonebook................................. 115
Phone connection....................... 109
Phone control............................. 106
Phone controls............................ 107
Phone installation instructions.... 122
Phone menu............................... 115
Phone operating guidelines........ 122
Phone settings............................ 115
Photos.......................................... 73
Pictures......................................... 73
Planning preferences................... 78
Playing movies............................. 73
Playing music via Bluetooth......... 67
Playing saved audio files.............. 64
POI categories.............................. 90
Points of interest........................... 30
Points of Interest (POI)................. 90
POIs........................................ 30, 90
Portable CD players..................... 61
Prepare route in advance............. 90
PTY (Program type)...................... 53
Q
Quick menu.................................. 78
R
Radio............................................ 48
DAB........................................... 55
Digital Audio Broadcasting........ 55
Radio controls............................... 48
Radio data system (RDS) ............ 53
Radio functions....................... 52, 53
Radio reception............................ 48
Radio station name search........... 50
Radio text..................................... 53
Random playback......................... 58
RDS.............................................. 53
Rear camera................................. 30
Rear camera view settings........... 30
127
Rear OFF...................................... 40
Recalling a station........................ 52
Recalling a stored station............. 50
Receiving calls............................ 115
Recent destinations...................... 90
Region.......................................... 53
Removing a CD............................ 58
Restore default settings................ 30
Restore factory settings................ 43
Route............................................ 78
Route information......................... 96
Route planning method................ 78
Route settings............................... 78
S
Safety alerts.................................. 78
Save a favourite destination......... 90
Saved locations............................ 90
SD card................................... 75, 78
Search for Bluetooth device....... 111
Search radio station name........... 50
Security code................................ 29
Select a destination...................... 90
Selecting an album....................... 58
Selecting a track........................... 58
Selecting the waveband............... 48
Services........................................ 30
Settings......................................... 30
Setting the time............................. 30
Setting the volume........................ 30
Setting up the navigation system. 78
Simulcast...................................... 53
Slideshow..................................... 78
Software version......................... 115
Sound optimisation....................... 40
Speed cameras............................ 78
Speed dependent volume............ 42
Station search............................... 50
Station storing............................... 52
Steering column controls................ 6
Stored stations.............................. 50
Switching on/off............................ 30
Symbols overview ...................... 103
System settings............................ 43
T
Text information (CD-Text or ID3
tag)............................................ 58
Text information (Radio text)........ 53
Theft-deterrent feature ................. 29
Thumbnails................................... 73
Time.............................................. 30
Tone settings................................ 40
Touch operation overview............ 39
Traffic announcements (TA)......... 53
Traffic announcement volume...... 42
Traffic information......................... 96
Traffic info service........................ 75
Traffic safety........................... 4, 107
Treble........................................... 40
Trip computer............................... 30
Trip report..................................... 30
U
Unpairing a mobile phone.......... 111
Update FM list.............................. 52
Updating stations list.................... 52
Usage................... 30, 48, 58, 61, 78
USB drive..................................... 63
USB drives.................................... 64
USB memory stick.................. 75, 78
USB port....................................... 63
USB socket................................... 64
Using the CD player..................... 58
Using the display screen.............. 30
Using the Infotainment system..... 30
Using this manual........................... 4
V
Vehicle information....................... 30
Videos........................................... 73
Voice control............................... 105
Voicemail box............................. 115
Voice preferences......................... 78
Voice recognition................ 104, 106
Voice tags................................... 106
Volume....................................... 106
Adaptation volume km/h........... 42
Automatic Gain Control (AGC).. 40
Low volume sound
enhancement............................ 40
128
Rear OFF.................................. 40
Speed dependent volume... 30, 42
Traffic announcement volume... 42
Volume distribution.................... 40
Volume control............................ 115
Volume settings............................ 42
W
Waveband selection..................... 48
WAV files...................................... 57
Waypoints............................... 90, 96
Weather........................................ 78
Where am I?......................... 96, 114
WMA CDs..................................... 57
WMA files..................................... 63
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