The innovating Windows Mobile™-based Telematic
Solution for the car
CONTENTS
OVERVIEW ................................................................................
The hands-free kit......................................................................
Message reader...........................................................................
Media player ...............................................................................
The navigation system .............................................................
Road safety .................................................................................
DISPLAY AND BUTTONS ON THE STEERING
WHEEL.........................................................................................
HANDS-FREE KIT QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE.............
Prepare your mobile phone phonebook ............................
Try out the voice commands .................................................
Pair your mobile phone ...........................................................
Make a phone call .....................................................................
MESSAGE READER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE.............
MEDIA PLAYER QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ................
NAVIGATION SYSTEM QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ..
HOW TO USE Blue&Me™ Nav .......................................
Steering wheel controls ..........................................................
Voice commands .......................................................................
Display .........................................................................................
Audio ...........................................................................................
Blue&Me™ Nav function menu ........................................
HANDS-FREE KIT FUNCTIONS..........................................
Making a phone call ..................................................................
Incoming calls .............................................................................
Managing phone calls ................................................................
Conference call function .........................................................
MESSAGE READER FUNCTIONS........................................
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How to read the last SMS text received..............................
Inbox .............................................................................................
Managing messages ....................................................................
Deleting all messages.................................................................
Signal types...................................................................................
MEDIA PLAYER FUNCTIONS .............................................
How to connect the USB device to Blue&Me™ Nav ..
How to manage the media library ........................................
- Selection by folder .................................................................
- Selection by artist ..................................................................
- Selection by genre ..................................................................
- Selection by album .................................................................
- Selection by playlist ...............................................................
Playing audio tracks ..................................................................
- Shuffle playback of the whole media library ......................
- Now playing (track data) ......................................................
- Audio play ................................................................................
- Pause .........................................................................................
- Play .............................................................................................
- Stop ...........................................................................................
- Next track ...............................................................................
- Previous track .........................................................................
- Changing audio source .........................................................
Practical hints for using the media player ............................
- Scrolling ....................................................................................
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- Organizing media files ...........................................................
- Building the media library on Blue&Me™ Nav ..........
- Building playlists for Blue&Me™ Nav ...........................
FUNCTIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM ..............
- Navigation display ..................................................................
- Voice messages .......................................................................
Start navigation ..........................................................................
- New destination .....................................................................
- Procedure for entering destination TOWN/CITY .......
- Operation for steering wheel keys during input
of TOWN/CITY name .........................................................
- Points of interest ....................................................................
- Resume navigation ..................................................................
- Arrival information .................................................................
- Stop navigation ........................................................................
- Recent destinations ...............................................................
- Navigation settings .................................................................
- Vehicle position ......................................................................
- Route simulation ....................................................................
SETTINGS FUNCTIONS.........................................................
Pairing a mobile phone ............................................................
Managing user data ...................................................................
Managing updates ......................................................................
- Updating Blue&Me™ Nav ...............................................
- Pausing the update .................................................................
- Using the phone during the updating procedure ...........
- Resuming the update .............................................................
Advanced options .....................................................................
- Accessing the device ID.........................................................
- Changing the GPRS code .....................................................
Media player settings ................................................................
- Autoplay ...................................................................................
- Shuffle ........................................................................................
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- Loop ..........................................................................................
Exit the settings menu .............................................................
Blue&Me™ Nav SUPPORTED MOBILE PHONES ......
Mobile phones with Bluetooth® wireless technology ......
- “Pull” phones
(phonebook automatically downloaded) ..........................
- “Push” phones
(phonebook not automatically downloaded) ..................
- Mobile phones with message reader..................................
- List of Blue&Me™ Nav supported mobile phones ...
Supported USB memory devices ..........................................
- USB memory devices ............................................................
- Supported digital audio files ................................................
- Supported playlist formats ....................................................
VOICE COMMANDS (KEYWORDS) - SUMMARY .......
Always available voice commands..........................................
Hands-free phone kit voice commands................................
Message reader voice commands ..........................................
Media player voice commands................................................
Navigation system voice command ......................................
Settings function voice commands.........................................
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................
Hands-free kit ............................................................................
- General - display screen .......................................................
- Phone-specific: Audiovox®/Orange® ..................................
- Phone-specific: Motorola® ....................................................
- Phone-specific: Nokia® ..........................................................
- Phone-specific: Sony-Ericsson® ...........................................
Message reader...........................................................................
Media player ................................................................................
Navigation system .....................................................................
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION .....................................
SYSTEM SOFTWARE USE NOTICE ..................................
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Hands-free kit with Bluetooth® wireless technology,
message reader, media player and navigation system
OVERVIEW
Fiat Blue&Me™ Nav based on Windows
Mobile™ is a personal telematic system that
allows the use of communication, entertainment and navigation applications specifically designed for in-car use.
The Blue&Me™ Nav system installed on
your car offers handsfree, text message reader, multimedia player and navigation system
functions and is ready for the addition of further services due to become available in the
future.
The Blue&Me™ Nav system, fully integral with voice commands, buttons on the
steering wheel and multifunction display
messages, gives you the possibility of interacting with your Bluetooth® wireless
technology mobile phone (even if you
keep it in your pocket or bag) without having to take your eyes off the road or removing your hands from the steering
wheel. To use voice commands you are
not required to train the voice recognition
system to recognize your voice. This implies that the system is nearly equally performing with different persons, i.e.: the
voice recognition system is of the “speaker independent” type.
With this system you can also play your
favourite music stored on USB device and
select tracks and playback modes with
both voice commands or buttons on the
steering wheel.
THE HANDS-FREE KIT
The basic characteristic of this hands-free
kit is voice recognition with Bluetooth®
wireless technology. With this system you
can make and receive calls safely and securely using either voice commands or
buttons on the steering wheel under whatever driving condition without having to
take your eyes off the road or removing
your hands from the steering wheel, as required by current law regulations.
Bluetooth® wireless technology enables
wireless connection between your mobile
phone and the hands-free kit installed on
your car.
To use the hands-free kit, you need a
Bluetooth® wireless technology enabled
mobile phone. This hands-free kit gives
you the possibility of interacting vocally
with your mobile phone while driving,
even if your mobile device does not feature this capability. You can also interact
with your mobile phone manually and visually using the steering wheel controls
and the instrument panel multifunction display.
For further details on the mobile phones
supported by Blue&Me™ Nav, refer to
section Blue&Me™ Nav SUPPORTED
MOBILE PHONES.
To get started with Blue&Me™ Nav
hands-free kit with voice recognition, you
have to simply pair your Bluetooth®
wireless technology enabled mobile phone
with the system.
Pairing is an operation that has to be made
only once.
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Note
During the mobile phone pairing procedure, Blue&Me™ Nav attempts to detect a phone equipped with Bluetooth®
wireless technology within range and then
establishes the connection using a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
Once your phone is paired, you have the
option to transfer your mobile phone contacts to the hands-free kit, to make a
phone call either by using the contacts list
or directly pronouncing the phone number, to answer a call and also to answer
another incoming phone call.
To interact with Blue&Me™ Nav you
can use either buttons on the steering
wheel and voice commands. With voice
recognition, you can perform system function by speaking voice commands, also
identified as “keywords”. When the system recognizes a keyword, it will respond
with the appropriate action. Voice recognition is an easy and convenient way to use
Blue&Me™ Nav.
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All the system functions are available within the Blue&Me™ Nav Main Menu.
When the car is not moving, you can surf
through the menu using either buttons on
the steering wheel and voice commands.
When you are travelling, you can interact with Blue&Me™ Nav using buttons
on the steering wheel or voice commands
relevant only to phone functions (LAST
CALLS and PHONEBOOK) and media player. To activate settings when travelling you can only use voice commands.
The hands-free kit enables the following
operations:
❒ Contact calling by voice - you can call
a contact in your mobile phone phonebook using your voice. You can also call
a contact in your phonebook by scanning through the entries on the multifunction display.
(To use this option you have to transfer your mobile phone contacts to the
hands-free kit phonebook).
❒ Digit-dialling by voice - you can dial a
phone number by speaking the digits to
be dialled.
❒ To call the SMS text sender - call directly the last SMS text sender or the
sender of a message received and stored
yet in the Blue&Me™ Nav inbox.
❒ Receiving phone calls - you can accept an incoming call simply by pressing
a button on the steering wheel.
❒ Conference Call - you can call another contact while you are engaged in a
phone conversation (with Bluetooth®
phones supporting this option)
❒ Call waiting - while engaged in a phone
conversation, you can receive notification of another incoming phone call, answer the other incoming phone call, and
switch between two ongoing phone conversations. (Call waiting is only supported by a subset of compatible mobile
phones).
After you place your mobile phone in the
car environment and create a pairing relationship with Blue&Me™ Nav, you can
make phone calls by speaking keywords or
pressing buttons on the steering wheel.
When using the hands-free phone, the audio output of a phone conversation is heard
through your car sound speakers.
MESSAGE READER
The Blue&Me™ Nav message reader
enables automatic reading, through the car
sound system, of the SMS texts you receive on your Bluetooth® wireless technology mobile phone. The message reader will also interpret any abbreviation and
emoticon contained in the SMS text.
❒ To manage the list of SMS texts received on your Blue&Me™ Nav
paired mobile phone
❒ To read again the messages received
and stored
❒ To call the SMS text sender using the
buttons on the steering wheel or voice
commands
Message reader functions are managed by
the control buttons on the steering wheel
or by the Blue&Me™ Nav voice commands.
❒ To delete individual messages or the
entire inbox using the buttons on the
steering wheel or voice commands.
The Blue&Me™ Nav message reader
enables the following operations:
The Blue&Me™ Nav system can also
recognize and read abbreviations, if any
(e.g. “ILUVU” will be read like “I love
you”) and interpret the most usual emoticons (e.g. :-) will be read like “Smile”),
adopted nowadays to write SMS texts.
❒ To display on the instrument panel
multifunction display a visual notification signal indicating that you have
received a new SMS text on your
Bluetooth® wireless technology
mobile phone, with sender’s number/name; Blue&Me™ Nav will also
propose you to read the message received
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MEDIA PLAYER
Note
The navigation system allows you to:
With the Blue&Me™ Nav media player
you can play, via the car sound system, the
digital audio files stored on a USB device by
simply connecting it to the USB port located in the car.
The media player does not support audio
files compressed with other formats (e.g.:
.aac) and DRM (Digital Right Management)
protected audio files. Non-supported audio files that may be present on the USB
device will be ignored.
❒ Enter a new destination - you can
enter the address of a desired destination, specifying the name of the destination street with the house number or
simply the town/city centre.
In this way, while you are driving you can
play your favourite personal music collections.
The media player enables the following operations:
❒ Digital audio playback - you can play
all your digital audio files (.mp3, .wma,
.wav) or play a customized playlist (.m3u
or .wpl format).
❒ Audio file selection by category you can play all audio files of a certain
category, e.g.: album, artist or genre.
❒ Playback options - while playing tracks
you can select the following options: Play,
Stop, Next track, Previous track, Shuffle and
Loop track.
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To use the media player, you have to simply connect (directly or by an extension
lead) your USB device to the car USB
port. Turning the ignition key to MAR,
Blue&Me™ Nav will start building your
media library. At the end of this operation
you can surf the whole library and scroll
its categories as required using the buttons on the steering wheel or voice commands. Blue&Me™ Nav will then play
your selection via the car sound system.
THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The Blue&Me™ Nav navigation system
allows you to reach a required location
quickly and safely. You will be taken to
your destination by means of voice messages and pictogram instructions shown
on a the vehicle’s reconfigurable multifunction display.
❒ Navigate to a point of interest –
you can call up as a final destination a
point of interest selected from a category list (e.g. hotels, restaurants, airports, railway stations, authorised
workshops, etc.).
❒ Trip information - Blue&Me™
Nav is able to provide estimated time
of arrival and distance to a preset destination. It also allows you to display
your car’s position (latitude, longitude
and number of GPS satellites received).
❒ Recent destinations – you may
choose one of the destinations recently preset, stored by the system in a special list.
❒ Navigation settings – you can set
your preferences for the route type,
e.g. motorways, toll-roads or ferries.
❒ Route simulation - Blue&Me™
Nav allows you to simulate the type of
route to your set destination in advance.
ROAD SAFETY
WARNING
Operating certain parts of this system while driving can distract your attention away from the road, and possibly cause an accident or other serious consequences; for this reason certain functions shall only be used when
driving conditions are secure and, if required, only when the car is stopped.
WARNING
Read and Follow Instructions: before using your system, read and follow all instructions and safety information provided in this
end user manual (“User’s Guide”). Not following precautions found in this User’s Guide can lead to an accident or other serious consequences.
Keep User’s Guide in the car: when kept in the car, the User’s Guide will be a ready reference for you and other users unfamiliar with the
system. Please make certain that before using the system for the first time, all persons have access to the User’s Guide and read its instructions
and safety information carefully.
WARNING: Operating certain parts of this system while driving can distract your attention away from the road, and possibly
cause an accident or other serious consequences. Do not change system settings or enter data non-verbally (using your
hands) while driving. Stop the car in a safe and legal manner before attempting these operations. This is important since
while setting up or changing some functions you might be required to distract your attention away from the road and remove your hands from the wheel.
GENERAL OPERATION
Voice Command Control: functions within the system may be accomplished using only voice commands. Using voice commands while driving allows you to operate the system without removing your hands from the wheel.
Prolonged Views of Screen: do not access any function requiring a prolonged view of the screen while you are driving. Pull over in a safe
and legal manner before attempting to access a function of the system requiring prolonged attention. Even occasional short scans to the screen
may be hazardous if your attention has been diverted away from your driving task at a critical time.
Volume Setting: do not raise the volume excessively. Keep the volume at a level where you can still hear outside traffic and emergency signals while driving. Driving while unable to hear these sounds could cause an accident.
Use of Speech Recognition Functions: speech recognition software is inherently a statistical process which is subject to errors. It is your
responsibility to monitor any speech recognition functions included in the system and address any errors.
Distraction Hazard: any features may require manual (non-verbal) setup. Attempting to perform such set-up or insert data while driving can
seriously distract your attention and could cause an accident or other serious consequences. Stop the vehicle in a safe and legal manner before
attempting these operations.
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DISPLAY AND BUTTONS ON THE STEERING WHEEL
Red indicator led for Roadside Assistance
and Infomobility services (*)
Blue&Me™ Nav direct
function keys, near the
front courtesy light
USB port
fig. 1
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(*) The red led comes on when no connection is available for Roadside Assistance and Infomobility services.
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Controls
STEERING
WHEEL
Button
Short press function
(less than 1 second)
Long press function
(more than 1 second)
ß/MAIN
– Launch Blue&Me™ Nav Main Menu
– Confirm selected menu option
– Accept an incoming phone call
– Switch between two ongoing phone conversations
(call waiting)
– Select text message displayed
– Reject an incoming
phone call
– End a phone call
(hang up)
/ESC
&
– Cancel voice recognition
– Cancel a voice announcement
– Interrupt message reading
– Exit Blue&Me™ Nav Main Menu
– Exit the sub-menu and return to the previous menu option
– Exit current menu option without storing settings
– Turn the microphone on/off during a phone conversation
– Mute the ring tone of an incoming call
– Media player Pause on/off
– Activate voice recognition
– Interrupt voice announcement to provide a new voice command
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– Repeat the last
utterance in a voice
interaction
Notes
❒ For many tasks, the steering wheel buttons SRC/OK and ß/MAIN can be used interchangeably, and you can use the key that is more convenient for you to press.
❒ For both operating modes of steering wheel buttons (short or long press), the function chosen will be activated when you release the button.
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Controls
Button
Short press function
(less than 1 second)
+/–
– Adjust the volume of Blue&Me™ Nav functions: hands-free kit,
message reader and media player, voice announcements
N/O
– Scroll Blue&Me™ Nav menu items
– Select media player tracks
– Scroll inbox messages
– Special navigation functions (see NEW DESTINATION section –
Operation of keys when entering a town/city name)
STEERING
WHEEL
SRC/OK
NAV
Blue&Me™ Nav
DIRECT
SOS
FUNCTION KEYS
– Confirm manually selected menu option
– Switch phone conversation from the hands-free phone to your
mobile phone and vice versa vivavoce al telefono cellulare e viceversa
– Select audio sources (Radio, CD, CD Changer, Media Player)
– Select displayed message
Long press function
(more than 1 second)
–
–
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– Start Navigation Menu
– Display incoming information with active navigation
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– Access to Roadside Assistance Services (*)
–
– Access to Infomobility Services (*)
–
Note
❒ For many tasks, the steering wheel buttons SRC/OK and ß/MAIN can be used interchangeably, and you can use the key that is more convenient for you to press.
❒ For both operating modes of steering wheel buttons (short or long press), the function chosen will be activated when you release the button.
(*) These services may not be available when the car is purchased; to obtain information on availability and activation, call Universal Freephone Number
CIAOFIAT 0080034280000 or consult the dedicated area on www.fiat.com
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HANDS-FREE KIT
QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE
To quickly get started with using the
Blue&Me™ Nav hands-free kit with
voice recognition and Bluetooth® wireless technology:
❒ Prepare your mobile phone phonebook
❒ Turn the ignition key to MAR
❒ Try out the voice commands
❒ Pair your mobile phone
❒ Make a phone call.
Instructions for each of the above functions are given in the following paragraphs.
PREPARE YOUR MOBILE
PHONE PHONEBOOK
Before creating a pairing relationship
between your mobile phone and
Blue&Me™ Nav, you should make sure
that you have contact entries in your mobile phone phonebook so that you can use
them with the hands-free phone.
If your phonebook is empty, quickly
create several new entries for frequently
dialled phone numbers. For further details,
consult your mobile phone owner’s manual.
IMPORTANT NOTES
❒ The phonebook copied to Blue&Me™
Nav can only be used when the corresponding mobile phone is paired.
❒ Entries stored in SIM card or mobile
phone memory can be transferred to
Blue&Me™ Nav with different procedures, according to your mobile
phone model.
To enter properly contacts in your mobile phone phonebook, refer to section
SETTING FUNCTIONS - PAIRING
YOUR MOBILE PHONE.
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TRY OUT THE VOICE
COMMANDS
PAIR YOUR MOBILE PHONE
At each stage of your dialogue with the
system, you can always use the voice command “Help”, to get detailed indications
about the voice commands available at the
current dialogue stage.
To try out the “Help” function, proceed
as follows:
❒ Press the steering wheel button .
❒ After Blue&Me™ Nav plays a tone
indicating that voice recognition is active, pronounce “Help”. Blue&Me™
Nav will speak the list of voice commands available.
❒ After the general help message is finished, pronounce “Settings” and then
“Help”. Blue&Me™ Nav will speak
again the list of voice commands available for the SETTINGS menu.
❒ You can then pronounce one of the
available commands and proceed with
the dialogue as you like.
❒ If you need further help, press
pronounce again “Help”.
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and
IMPORTANT Carry out this operation
only with the car stopped.
To pair your mobile phone, proceed as
follows:
❒ Press and pronounce “Settings”
then, at the end of the Blue&Me™
Nav message say “Pairing”.
❒ The system will show the phone pairing PIN number on the multifunction
display. For the next two steps, consult
your mobile phone owner’s manual
about Bluetooth® pairing.
❒ On your mobile phone, query for devices equipped with Bluetooth® wireless technology (the setting on your
mobile phone might be called Discover
or New Device). In this list you will find
“Blue&Me” (name identifying the
Blue&Me™ Nav system on your car):
select it.
❒ When prompted by the mobile phone,
enter the PIN number shown on the instrument panel display using your mobile phone keypad. If pairing is successful, the system will say “Connecting”
and at the end the display will show as
confirmation message, the ID of the
paired mobile phone.
It is essential to wait until you see this confirmation message on the display. Pressing
/ESC before the message
ß/MAIN or &
is displayed may cancel the pairing process.
If the pairing process fails, an error message will be displayed: in this event repeat
the pairing procedure.
❒ At first pairing, Blue&Me™ Nav will say
“Welcome” immediately after connecting. This message will no longer be heard
at next pairing procedures.
❒ Blue&Me™ Nav will ask if you would
like to copy your paired phone phonebook to Blue&Me™ Nav. It is recommended to copy it. To start copying
the phonebook say “Yes”, otherwise say
“No”.
❒ For certain mobile phones the phonebook is not copied automatically, in this
case you must transfer the phonebook
contacts using your mobile phone keypad. If Blue&Me™ Nav asks you to
do this, then perform this procedure
following the instructions specific to
your mobile phone and press ß/MAIN
when you have finished.
MAKING A PHONE CALL
Assume that “John” is one of the contacts
stored in your phonebook.
To call John, proceed as follows:
❒ Press the steering wheel button
pronounce “Call John”.
and
❒ If the name is recognized, the system
will display the recognized contact’s information on the display screen.
If there is just one phone number for John
in your phonebook, the system will ask if
you would like to call John. To start the
call say “Yes”, otherwise say “No”.
If John has several phone numbers, the
system will ask which phone number you
would like to call (e.g.: “Call John (at)
Work or (at) Home?”). Answer with
the type of required phone number (e.g.:
“(at) Home”).
If John has several phone numbers but the
“location” (i.e.: the type of phone number
like work, home, etc.) is missing, the system will display the selected contact and
a list of related phone numbers. The
hands-free phone system will ask if you
would like to call the phone number displayed. To respond with “yes”, pronounce
“Yes”, otherwise pronounce “No”. If this
is the correct contact but the wrong number, say “Forward” or “Backward” to
navigate to the phone number you’d like
to call. To call the displayed phone number, pronounce “Call”. You can also surf
the phone number list manually by pressing the buttons on the steering wheel N
or O until you find the required number.
Now, press ß /MAIN or SRC/OK to
start the call.
❒ To end the phone call, press ß/MAIN
for longer than 1 second.
If you encounter difficulties with any of
the voice recognition operations, consult
section HANDS-FREE KIT - TROUBLESHOOTING.
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MESSAGE READER
QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE
If your mobile phone with Bluetooth®
wireless technology supports the message
reader function, at the arrival of a new
SMS text, Blue&Me™ Nav plays a tone
and it will ask if you would like to read it.
❒ pronounce “Yes” or press ß/MAIN
or SRC/OK to read the last message
received
❒ pronounce “No” or press &
/ESC, the
system will store the message so you
can read it later
For further details on the message reader SMS, refer to section “MESSAGE
READER FUNCTIONS”.
If you encounter difficulties with any of
the message reader settings, consult section “MESSAGE READER – TROUBLESHOOTING”
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MEDIA PLAYER QUICK
REFERENCE GUIDE
To start playing the digital audio files
stored on your USB device, proceed as
follows:
❒ Copy tracks to your USB device
(Blue&Me™ Nav recognizes .wma,
.mp3 and .wav formats for audio files
and .wpl and .m3u formats for playlists).
❒ USB devices without USB wire: just
connect the USB device (directly or by
an extension lead) to the USB port on
the car (see fig. 1).
❒ USB devices with USB wire: use the
wire to connect the USB device to the
USB port on the car (see fig. 1).
❒ Turn the ignition key to MAR.
Blue&Me™ Nav will start automatically to play your digital tracks selecting them from the library built at the
moment the USB device is connected.
❒ After Blue&Me™ Nav has built the library containing your digital audio files,
you can select and play tracks, albums,
artists and playlists by interacting manually or verbally with Blue&Me™ Nav.
Building the library may require a few
minutes if your USB device contains several files.
❒ You can also decide whether to play audio files automatically when connecting
the USB device or to play them upon
your command.
For further details on media player, refer
to section MEDIA PLAYER FUNCTIONS.
If you encounter difficulties with any of
the voice recognition operations, consult
section MEDIA PLAYER - TROUBLESHOOTING.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE
Proceed as follows to begin using the
Blue&Me™ Nav navigation function:
❒ Connect the USB device provided with
the Blue&Me™ Nav navigation kit
with the map software to the USB present on the car (see fig. 1).
❒ Ensure the ignition key is in MAR position.
❒ Press the control on the steering wheel
and say “Navigation”; Blue&Me™
Nav will show the following warning
message on the display THE DRIVER
MUST RESPECT THE ROAD
RULES. Now say “New destination”
and
then
“Address”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will ask you the required country and you should say the
country where your destination is located.
The system will ask you to enter the name
of the destination city, starting with manual interaction and then completing using
voice commands.
As soon as you have entered enough characters, Blue&Me™ Nav will ask you to
say the required town/city. You can also
continue entering the name of the
town/city using the steering wheel controls.
HOW TO USE
Blue&Me™ Nav
❒ Continue entering the destination
road/street using the same method as
when entering the town/city. The
town/city centre may also be chosen as
a destination.
Buttons on the steering wheel (see fig. 1)
are used to perform functions on the
hands-free kit, activating voice recognition,
using the media player functions or selecting a Blue&Me™ Nav menu option.
❒ Specify the house number of the destination street by saying “Enter number” or say “Start” to begin navigation
immediately.
Certain buttons have multiple functions
which depend on the current state of the
system.
Note
CONTROLS STEERING WHEEL
The function chosen in response to a key
press is in some cases controlled by the
duration of the key press (short or long).
For road safety reasons, address input operations may only be carried out with the
vehicle parked.
DISPLAY AND BUTTONS ON THE
To obtain information on all navigation system functions and user instructions, refer to the “NAVIGATION FUNCTIONS”
section
Note
STEERING WHEEL.
Instructions concerning manual controls
.
are identified in the text by symbol
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If you are experiencing difficulty using
the navigation system, consult the “PROBLEM-SOLVING – NAVIGATION SYSTEM” section
Use the N or O keys to scroll through
the characters required to make up the
name of the town/city and confirm each
character selected by pressing the
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN keys.
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Voice commands can be pronounced by
the driver, which does not need to change
his/her normal driving position to be heard
by the system, since the microphone is
properly located and oriented to this purpose.
To issue a voice command to the system,
press and wait for the tone indicating
that voice recognition is active. Then,
speak the command in your natural voice
at a moderate pace. When the system recognizes the command, it will acknowledge
your command by speaking a response or
acting on your command.
Voice commands, which are words recognized by the system, are identified as
“keywords”.
Voice commands are organized according
to three increasing levels: 1st level, 2nd level and 3rd level.
The hands-free phone system recognizes
and responds to a preset list of voice commands. The list of available voice commands depends on the keyword level that
you are currently on. The current list is always available by pressing
and pronouncing “Help” or, pronouncing “Help”
after whichever question of the system.
Blue&Me™ Nav also recognizes personalized versions of voice commands like
the name of a contact in your phonebook.
When a valid* 1st level keyword is pronounced, the system will activate 2nd level keywords; when a valid 2nd level keyword is pronounced, the system will activate 3rd level keywords.
VOICE COMMANDS
There is no voice training required for using voice commands with this system.
If the user pronounces a valid 1st level keyword, then the submenu relevant to that
command will remain active until a keyword leading to another level is given or
the interaction is interrupted; the same
rule applies for the other lower levels (2nd
and 3rd level).
For the list of available keywords, re-
fer to section VOICE COMMANDS
(KEYWORDS) - SUMMARY.
To repeat the last system voice announcement, press for longer than 1
second or press shortly and pronounce
“Repeat”.
The system can issue voice announcements. A voice announcement is a spoken
message initiated by the system. To cancel a voice announcement, press &
/ESC,
or press and pronounce “Cancel”.
A voice interaction is a two-way communication/spoken exchange between system
and user. To initiate a voice interaction,
press and issue a command. To interrupt an ongoing interaction and start a
new interaction, press at any time during the interaction and issue a voice command.
To stop an ongoing interaction press
/ESC. You will hear a tone indicating
&
when voice recognition is deactivated.
The hands-free kit help option can speak
the list of commands available to you at
any time, depending on the keyword level that you are currently on. To use the
help system, say “Help Listen to the list
of currently available commands and decide on which command you’d like to issue to the system.
* Valid means that the keyword pronounced is included in the Blue&Me™ Nav “dictionary” and that can therefore be recognized
by the system for the concerned level.
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Adjust the volume of phone calls to a level that is comfortable and safe while the
car is in motion. To adjust the default volume of Blue&Me™ Nav, see paragraph
“EXTERNAL AUDIO VOL function” in
the sound system owner handbook. To
temporarily adjust the volume of the current phone call, press + or – or adjust the
position of the radio knob. After the
phone call is disconnected, the volume will
revert back to the original level.
You can press + or – also to adjust the
volume of the current Blue&Me™ Nav
voice announcement.
Please remember that to interrupt a voice
announcement, you can always press at
any time during a voice interaction and
give a new voice command.
Note
❒ Instructions concerning voice commands are identified in the text by symbol
.
Notes
Using voice recognition
❒ After you press , if you do not issue
a voice command within a few seconds,
the system will prompt you to pronounce a voice command. If you do not
respond, then voice recognition shuts
off. It is the same case with not responding to a question during a voice
interaction. You will hear a tone indicating when voice recognition is deactivated.
The voice recognition system may occasionally misrecognize a voice command.
To ensure that your voice commands are
always recognized by the system, use the
following guidelines:
❒ When the system fails to recognize
your voice command, it will give you another opportunity to re-pronounce the
voice command. If you are unsure of
whether the voice command is appropriate for the given context, pronounce
“Help”.
❒ After pressing , pronounce the voice
command after the system plays a tone
indicating that voice recognition is active.
❒ After the system asks a question, wait
for one second before pronouncing the
response to ensure that voice recognition is active.
❒ If you want to pronounce a command
without waiting that the system has finished its announcement or question,
you can press again shortly to interrupt what the system is saying and pronounce your command.
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❒ Speak at a normal volume.
Notes
DISPLAY
❒ Pronounce words clearly, in your natural voice at a moderate pace, without
stops.
As concerns countries where the version
in native language is not available, voice
recognition of the different commands and
phonebook contacts could be difficult.
You are therefore recommended to adopt
a pronunciation/accent meeting the language present on Blue&Me™ Nav.
The different Blue&Me™ Nav Main
Menu options are displayed on the instrument panel multifunction display (see
fig. 1).
❒ If possible, try to minimize background
noise in the car.
❒ Ask the other passengers to keep silent
while you are pronouncing voice commands to prevent misunderstanding
since the system could recognize other words (in addition to or different
from your voice command) if several
people are speaking.
To change the voice recognition language
contact Fiat Dealership or consult the dedicated site at www.fiat.com.
The display shows the following information:
❒ Status information for the Bluetooth®
wireless technology-enabled mobile
phone
❒ If your car has a convertible top, close
it before using voice recognition.
fig. 2
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F0Q3256g
❒ ; indicates that Blue&Me™ Nav is
currently connected with a Bluetooth® wireless technology-enabled
mobile phone
❒ The absence of symbol ; indicates that
connection is disconnected.
❒ Symbol à indicates that current call
is the first incoming one, symbol present only with call waiting.
❒ Symbol À indicates that current call
is the second incoming one, symbol
present only with call waiting.
❒ Symbol
indicates the Conference
Call.
❒ Name of your current mobile phone
carrier (“- - - - - - - -” displayed if not
available)
❒ Info about message received, message
sender phone number or name
(if stored in the phonebook).
❒ Data concerning the track being played
by the media player
❒ Current Blue&Me™ Nav information
or current menu option (see fig. 2)
AUDIO
Blue&Me™ Nav uses your in-car audio
equipment to deliver audio output (handsfree phone conversation, media player,
voice announcements and tone signals).
For this purpose, the current audio program is muted for the time needed.
You can always adjust the audio volume
either through the radio or the steering
wheel controls.
When the audio system is used by
Blue&Me™ Nav, the radio display will
show dedicated messages.
Blue&Me™ Nav FUNCTION
MENU
Blue&Me™ Nav Main Menu displays options within a structured list. Each option
(item) in the menu can be viewed on the
instrument panel multifunction display.
Available options enable to activate the different functions or to change the settings
of your Blue&Me™ Nav system.
Note
It is possible to navigate in the menu using
the steering wheel buttons only when the
car is not moving.
The Main Menu includes the following options:
❒ LAST CALLS - this submenu allows
you to view a list of the recent calls
made or received. This list is either
downloaded from your mobile phone
memory, or accumulated via use of the
hands-free phone, or both.
❒ PHONEBOOK - this submenu allows
you to view the phone numbers in
your phonebook and to select one to
dial. If there is a large amount of entries
in your phonebook, then the items will
be contained in groups within alphabetical submenus indicating the contacts
within that group. The number of contacts within a group depends on the
amount of entries in your phonebook.
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❒ MESSAGE READER - This submenu
enables to read the last message received, to call the message sender or to
delete the last message received. It
is possible to store up to 20 received
messages in the dedicated inbox and to
play them later, to call the message
sender or to delete the messages.
It is possible to select notification signals for the arrival of a new SMS text.
To launch the Blue&Me™ Nav Main
Menu, press ß/MAIN, you can then interact with the system through the buttons
on the steering wheel.
Navigating the menu options
To navigate through the items in a menu,
press N or O.
❒ MEDIA PLAYER - this submenu allows to scroll the digital audio tracks in
the library by folder, artist, genre, album or by playlist. This sub-menu is to
be used to select and play tracks.
When the number of characters in a display message is too long for the allowable
number of display characters, the text in
the display message will be cut to fit the
display size.
❒ NAVIGATION - this submenu gives
access to Blue&Me™ Nav navigation
functions.
To select the option shown on the display,
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
You can enter a new destination, use
a recent destination, alter the navigation settings, gain access to information on the vehicle’s GPS position or
simulate a previously calculated route.
❒ SETTINGS - this submenu allows you
to perform tasks such as managing your
phonebook entries, creating a pairing
relationship, or setting a connection ID.
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Launching the Main Menu
To quit the selected option or to exit a
submenu, press &
/ /ESC.
HANDS-FREE KIT
FUNCTIONS
Blue&Me™ Nav lets you make and receive phone calls on your Bluetooth®
wireless technology-enabled mobile phone
using voice commands (keywords) or
steering wheel buttons.
By using voice commands, you can make
calls to people in your phonebook by pronouncing their first and/or last name, or
you can make phone calls to numbers not
stored in your phonebook by pronouncing the digits of the phone number or call
the last message sender.
By using steering wheel buttons, you can
make phone calls to people in your phonebook or call history list by selecting the associated item in the LAST CALLS or
PHONEBOOK submenus.
In addition, you can use other calling features such as responding to incoming calls,
redial, callback, call waiting, read a message or delete it.
If you encounter difficulties with any of
the voice recognition operations, consult
section HANDS-FREE KIT - TROUBLESHOOTING.
Notes
MAKING A PHONE CALL
❒ Before you can make and receive
phone calls using the hands-free kit, you
must create a pairing relationship for
your mobile phone.
You can make a phone call using one of
the following methods:
❒ Calling a contact in your phonebook
SETTING FUNCTIONS - PAIRING
❒ Dialling a phone number using voice
commands
❒ To activate the hands-free kit, the ignition key shall be at MAR.
❒ Dialling a phone number using the mobile phone keypad
YOUR MOBILE PHONE.
❒ If during a phone call you turn the ignition key to STOP, you can continue your conversation through the
hands-free kit for other 15 minutes.
❒ Calling a phone number using call history (last calls)
❒ Call the sender of a received SMS message
for further information refer to chap-
ter FUNCTIONS OF SMS MESSAGES
READER, paragraph SMS MESSAGES
MANAGEMENT
Calling a contact in your
phonebook
It is a requirement that you create a pairing relationship and download your mobile phone phonebook to the hands-free
phone system to use this dialing feature.
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To call a contact in your phonebook
using manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
Press ß/MAIN to open the Main
Menu.
Select PHONEBOOK and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Press N or O to select the alphabetical grouping which your contact’s name belongs to, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN and then select the required contact.
If the contact has just one phone
number, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to start the call.
If the contact has multiple phone
numbers, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to view the different
phone numbers and then select the
required one by N or O and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to start the
call.
To end the phone call, press
ß/MAIN for longer than 1 second.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Assume you would like to call the
contact “John” in your mobile
phone phonebook.
Press and pronounce “Call John”
or “Call John (on/at) Mobile“ (in
the previous statement, the keyword “Mobile” represents the type
of phone number you would like to
call. The phone number type can either be “(at) Home”, “(at)
Work”, or “(on/at) Other”).
If the name is recognized, the system will display the recognized contact’s information (John, in the example) on the display screen.
If John has just one phone number,
the system will ask if you would like
to call John. To start the call say
“Yes”, otherwise say “No”.
If John has several phone numbers,
the system will ask which phone
number you would like to call (e.g.:
“Call John (at) Work or (at)
Home?”). Answer with the type of
required phone number (e.g.: “(at)
Home”).
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If John has several phone numbers
but the “location” (i.e.: the type of
phone number like work, home,
etc.) is missing, the system will display the selected contact and a list
of related phone numbers.
Dialling a phone number using
voice commands
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To dial a phone number using voice
interaction, proceed as follows:
Press
and pronounce “Dial”.
To call the displayed phone number,
pronounce “Call”.
The system will respond with
“Number, please”.
If the contact is correct but the
phone number is wrong, you can
surf the phone number list manually by pressing N or O. When you
find the required number, press
ß/MAIN or SRC/OK to start the
call.
Pronounce the phone number as a
sequence of single digits (e.g.: “0”,
“1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”,
“9”, “+” (plus), “#” (pound) or “*”
(star).
To end the phone call, press
ß/MAIN for longer than 1 second.
For example, 0113290103 has to be
pronounced as: “zero, one, one,
three, two, nine, zero, one, zero,
three”.
Practical hint
The system will repeat the complete
phone number and display it.
When you call a contact with multiple
phone numbers, use the “at location” portion of the voice command (e.g.: “(at)
Home”, “(at) Work”, “(on/at) Mobile”). This will shorten the amount of
steps required to make the phone call.
If the number is complete, pronounce “Dial”. If you have not finished speaking the phone number,
then pronounce the remaining digits and then pronounce “Dial”.
The system will start the call to the
displayed phone number.
To end the phone call, press
ß/MAIN for longer than 1 second.
You can pronounce the sequence of
phone number digits in “digit
groups” which allows you to verify
the recognized number in several
small portions. Digit groups are created by the pauses you use while
pronouncing the sequence of digits.
If you pause after pronouncing several digits, a digit group is created.
The system will repeat the recognized digits.
If the spoken digits are correct, you
can continue pronouncing the phone
number. If the spoken digits are incorrect, you can delete the digit
group by pronouncing “Delete”.
The system will delete the last group
of numbers and display the partiallydialled phone number. Then, you can
re-pronounce the digit group and also the remaining phone number digits.
To cancel the phone call, pronounce
“Cancel”.
To cancel the phone call and start
dialling again, pronounce “Start
over”.
To ask the system to repeat the
recognized phone number, pronounce “Repeat”. If no phone
number was dialled, the system says
“No number available”.
If the repeated phone number is
correct, pronounce “Dial” to start
the call.
Note
When dialling a phone number by voice
commands, it is essential to minimize
background noise in the car and to ask the
other passengers to keep silent while you
are speaking digits. Since the system is of
the speaker independent type it can recognize also other voices; there is therefore the risk that some numbers are accidentally recognized, added to correct
numbers or not recognized.
Dialling a phone number using
the mobile phone keypad
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Alternatively, you can dial a phone
number using your mobile phone
keypad and then continue your conversation using the hands-free
phone system.
It is a requirement that you create
a pairing relationship and that the
mobile phone is within range of the
hands-free phone system of your
car.
To dial a phone number using your
mobile phone keypad, proceed as
follows:
❒ Dial the phone number on your
mobile phone keypad and connect the phone call following the
procedure required by your mobile phone.
❒ Conduct the conversation using
the hands-free phone system.
❒ To end the phone call, press
ß/MAIN for longer than 1 second, or end the phone call from
your mobile phone keypad.
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Calling a phone number using
call history (last calls)
LAST CALLS option is a list of the recent calls made or received. It can consist of up to ten incoming calls, up to ten
outgoing calls and up to five missed calls.
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To dial a phone number using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
❒ Press ß/MAIN to open the Main
Menu.
❒ Select LAST CALLS and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
❒ The system will present a list of
phone numbers. Use N or O to
select the required phone number. Then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to start the call.
❒ To end the phone call, press
ß/MAIN for longer than 1 second.
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Or, using voice interaction:
To call back the last incoming phone
number, press and pronounce
“Callback”.
The system will display information
about the last caller and ask if you
would like to call back this contact.
To respond with “yes”, pronounce
“Yes”, otherwise say “No”.
To redial the last phone number you
called, pronounce “Redial”. The
system will display information
about the last contact you called and
will ask if you would like to redial
this phone number. To redial the
last phone number called, say
“Yes”, otherwise say “No”.
INCOMING CALLS
With the hands-free phone system you
can respond to incoming phone calls using steering wheel buttons. When a phone
call is received, the system will display information about the caller’s identity if
available.
The incoming phone call will have customized ring tone (if this function is available on your mobile phone).
Answering a phone call
❒ To answer the phone call, press
ß/MAIN.
❒ To end the phone call, press ß/MAIN
for longer than 1 second.
Rejecting a phone call
❒ To reject the phone call, press
ß/MAIN for longer than 1 second.
Ignoring a phone call
❒ To ignore the phone call and mute the
phone call ring tone, press &
/ESC.
Answering an incoming phone call
during an active phone conversation
To answer an incoming phone call while
another phone conversation is active,
press ß/MAIN. The system will switch
to the incoming phone call and put the
current phone conversation on hold.
Note
Certain mobile phones support the ability to transmit your contacts’ ring tones to
the hands-free phone system and play customized ring tones for incoming phone
calls. In this case the incoming phone calls
will have your mobile phone customized
ring tones.
MANAGING PHONE CALLS
Transferring a phone conversation
from your mobile phone to the
hands-free phone system
If you enter the car during a phone conversation from your mobile phone and you
want to continue the conversation using
the car hands-free phone system, you can
transfer the phone conversation to it.
Proceed as follows:
❒ Get into he car and turn the ignition
key to MAR, to activate the hands-free
phone system.
❒ The system will send a message to your
mobile phone offering hands-free
phone support.
❒ To transfer the conversation to the
hands-free phone, enter the information required by your mobile phone.
(This process is different for each mobile phone).
❒ The phone conversation is transferred
to the system.
Transferring a phone conversation
from the hands-free phone to your
mobile phone
To transfer a phone conversation from
the hands-free phone to your mobile
phone, press SRC/OK.
CONFERENCE CALL
FUNCTION
(only with Bluetooth® phones
supporting this function)
With the Conference Call function you
can call another contact while you are engaged in a phone conversation yet. In this
way you can speak with both contacts at
the same time.
To start a Conference call while you are
still engaged in a phone conversation, call
the second required contact as described
in section MAKING A PHONE CALL.
When Conference Call option is active the
display will show “CONFERENCE”.
To end both calls, press button ß/MAIN
for long.
You can talk on your mobile phone and
still use buttons on the steering wheel.
Specifically, you can press ß /MAIN to
switch between two phone calls on your
mobile phone, or press ß /MAIN for
longer than 1 second to end the phone
conversation.
Putting a phone call on hold
To put a phone call on hold and disable
the microphone so that you can talk without being listened to by the caller, press
/ESC.
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MESSAGE READER
FUNCTIONS
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®
If your mobile phone with Bluetooth
wireless technology supports the message
reader function, at the arrival of a new
SMS text, Blue&Me™ Nav plays a tone
and it will ask if you would like to read it
(according to set signal types.
For information on signal types refer to
Or, using voice interaction:
if you pronounce “Yes”, Blue&Me™
Nav will read the message, taking into account any abbreviation contained in the text, otherwise say
“No”, the system will store the
message so you can read it later (for
further information refer to paragraph How to read the last SMS
text received).
HOW TO READ THE LAST SMS
TEXT RECEIVED
After receiving a message, Blue&Me™
Nav will store it (both read or not read
message) in the inbox (refer to paragraph
Inbox).
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To read the last message received,
open Blue&Me™ Nav Main
menu and select option MESSAGE
READER, then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Select the option READ LAST and
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN,
Blue&Me™ Nav will read the last
message received.
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Or, using voice interaction:
paragraph Signal types.
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Press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN and
Blue&Me™ Nav will read the SMS
text received. The message will be
read taking into account any abbreviation or emoticon contained in the
text.
Otherwise
press
&/ESC,
Blue&Me™ Nav will not read the
message but it will store it so you can
read the message later (for further information refer to paragraph How
to read the last SMS text received).
Press and pronounce “Read last
one”, Blue&Me™ Nav will read
the text of the last message received.
INBOX
Blue&Me™ Nav will store up to 20 received messages (in the event of linked
messages, the number of stored messages
could be lower) when your mobile phone
is paired with Bluetooth®. When the inbox is full, the new incoming message will
delete the oldest message received (also
if not read yet). It is also possible to delete
just one message or to delete the entire
inbox (refer to paragraph Managing
messages).
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To read a particular message stored
in the inbox, open the Blue&Me™
Nav Main menu and select the option MESSAGE READER, then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select option INBOX, then press
SRC/OK or ß /MAIN. Scroll
stored messages and select the
required one, the system will
display the SMS text sender’s data,
if available. Select READ and
press SRC/OK or ß /MAIN,
Blue&Me™ Nav will read the selected message.
}
Or, using voice interaction:
MANAGING MESSAGES
Press and pronounce “Message
reader”, after the acoustic signal
pronounce “Inbox”; Blue&Me™
Nav will display the first message
contained in the inbox (and also the
phone number of the SMS text
sender, if stored in the phonebook).
To scroll the Inbox pronounce
“Previous” or “Next”; when the
required message is displayed, say
“Read”, Blue&Me™ Nav will read
the selected message.
Pronounce “Delete” to delete the
selected message.
For every message received, Blue&Me™
Nav enables to:
❒ read it
❒ call directly the sender
❒ delete it
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To do this when reading the message
open the Blue&Me™ Nav Main
menu and then press buttons
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to select the
required option.
}
Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Read” or
“Call” or “Delete”, the system will
select the required option.
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DELETING ALL MESSAGES
SIGNAL TYPES
Blue&Me™ Nav can store max 20 messages, a new incoming message will delete
the oldest one received from the inbox.
All messages stored by Blue&Me™ Nav
can be deleted by one single command.
With the Blue&Me™ Nav message
reader it is possible to set three notification signals for the arrival of a new SMS
text:
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To delete all messages, open the
Blue&Me™ Nav Main menu and
select DELETE ALL, then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN, the system
will ask DELETE ALL MESSAGES FROM VEHICLE?, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to delete all
messages, otherwise press &
/ESC.
Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Message
reader”.
After the acoustic signal say
“Delete all”; Blue&Me™ Nav
will ask “Delete all messages
from the vehicle now ?”, say
“Yes” to delete all messages, otherwise say “No”.
❒ VIS.+ACOUST.:
Blue&Me™ Nav will warn you of a
new incoming message through a visual signal on the instrument panel display and through an acoustic signal.
Blue&Me™ Nav will also ask if you
would like to read the message.
❒ VIS. SIGNAL:
Blue&Me™ Nav will warn you of a
new incoming message through a visual signal on the instrument panel display. The message received can also be
read later (see paragraphs How to
read the last SMS text received and Inbox).
❒ READER OFF:
Blue&Me™ Nav deactivates the
Message reader; a new incoming
message will not be signalled and will
not be transmitted to the system.
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Open the Blue&Me™ Nav Main
menu, select the option MESSAGE
READER, and then press SRC/
OK or ß/MAIN. Select the option
SIGNAL TYPE and scroll the
three available options using buttons
N or O, select the required option
and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Message
reader”, after the acoustic
signal say “Signal type”;
Blue&Me™ Nav will list the available options and then you can select
the required one by pronouncing
“Reader off” or “Visual and
acoustic signal” or “Visual signal
only”.
MEDIA PLAYER
FUNCTIONS
❒ USB devices with USB wire: use the
wire to connect the USB device to the
USB port on the car (see fig. 1).
The MEDIA PLAYER menu enables the
following:
❒ Turn the ignition key to MAR.
Blue&Me™ Nav will start automatically to play your digital tracks selecting them from the library built at the
moment the USB device is connected.
❒ to display tracks stored on your USB
device
❒ to play audio files stored on your USB
device.
❒ If AUTOPLAY is set to“ON”,
Blue&Me™ Nav will start playback
automatically.
Note
SETTINGS FUNCTION - MEDIA
Before starting to use your media player,
read section SUPPORTED USB MEMORY DEVICES to make sure your USB
memory device is supported by
Blue&Me™ Nav.
PLAYER.
When building the media library is over, it
will be possible to use Blue&Me™ Nav
to to select and play tracks.
HOW TO MANAGE
THE MEDIA LIBRARY
With the media player you can select the
audio files stored on your USB device, using voice commands or steering wheel
buttons.
You can scroll audio files by folder, artist,
genre, album or playlist and then select the
required category using voice commands.
After selecting the required category, select the required file using manual controls.
Enter track data (e.g.: title, artist, album,
genre) for surfing your media library
friendly.
HOW TO CONNECT THE USB
DEVICE TO Blue&Me™ Nav
To connect your USB device to
Blue&Me™ Nav, proceed as follows:
❒ Copy tracks on your USB device
(Blue&Me™ Nav recognizes .wma,
.mp3 and .wav formats for audio files
and .wpl and .m3u for playlists).
❒ USB devices without USB wire: just
connect the USB device (directly or by
an extension lead) to the USB port on
the car (see fig. 1).
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Note
Selection by folder
Not all formats require to enter media info. Formats .mp3 and .wma recognized by
Blue&Me™ Nav require media info
whereas .wav not. If no media info is entered, audio files can only be selected by
folder.
Track folders on your USB device are displayed in the FOLDERS menu.
For further details, refer to section PRACTICAL HINTS FOR USING THE MEDIA
PLAYER.
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To select tracks through manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Launch the Main Menu and select
MEDIA PLAYER, then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select FOLDERS, then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Scroll folders. To play all folders, select PLAY ALL and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN. To display
folder tracks, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Scroll the selected folder tracks.
To play the required track, select
the title and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press
and pronounce “Folders”.
Scroll folders. To play all folder, select PLAY ALL and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN. To display
folder tracks, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Scroll the selected folder tracks. To
play the required track, select the title and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
For further details on FOLDERS,
menu customization, see section
PRACTICAL HINTS FOR USING
THE MEDIA PLAYER.
Selection by artist
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To select the tracks of a special
artist using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
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Or, using voice interaction:
Selection by genre
Press
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and pronounce “Artists”.
Select ARTISTS and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Scroll the artist’s albums. To play all
the albums of the required artist, select PLAY ALL and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN. To play an
album, select the required album
and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Scroll artists. To select the required
artist, press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To play a track, select the title and
then press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Launch the Main Menu, select MEDIA PLAYER, and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Scroll the artist’s albums. To play all
the albums of the required artist, select PLAY ALL and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To play an album, select the required album and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To play a track, select the title and
then press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To select the tracks of a special
genre using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Launch the Main Menu, select MEDIA PLAYER, and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select GENRES and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Scroll genres. To play all the tracks
of the displayed genre, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Note
If your USB device contains many audio
files, the ARTISTS menu can be subdivided into alphabetical sub-menus. Alphabetical sub-menu can display just the first
letter of the tracks it contains (e.g.: A-F),
or it can display the first two letters (e.g.:
Aa-Ar).
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press
and pronounce “Genres”.
Scroll genres. To play all the tracks
of the displayed genre, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Note
If your USB device contains many audio
files, the GENRES menu can be subdivided into alphabetical sub-menus. Alphabetical sub-menu can display just the first letter of the tracks it contains (e.g.: A-F), or
it can display the first two letters (e.g.: AaAr).
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Selection by playlist
Press and pronounce “Albums”.
Playlists stored in your USB device can be
displayed with the PLAYLISTS menu.
Launch the Main Menu, select MEDIA PLAYER, and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Scroll albums. To select the displayed album, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Select ALBUMS and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Scroll the album tracks. To play all the
tracks in the album, select PLAY
ALL and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
To select an album using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Scroll albums. To select the displayed album, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Scroll the album tracks. To play all
the tracks in the album, select
PLAY ALL and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN. To play an album, select
it and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
To play just one track, select the
track title and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Selection by album
Launch the Main Menu, select MEDIA PLAYER, and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select PLAYLISTS and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To play just one track, select the
track title and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Note
If your USB device contains many audio
files, the ALBUMS menu can be subdivided into alphabetical sub-menus. Alphabetical sub-menu can display just the first
letter of the tracks it contains (e.g.: A-F),
or it can display the first two letters (e.g.:
Aa-Ar).
To select a playlist using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Scroll playlists. To play the displayed
playlist, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press
and pronounce “Playlists”.
Scroll playlists. To play the displayed
playlist, press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
For further details on how to build
playlists, refer to section PRACTICAL
HINTS.
PLAYING AUDIO TRACKS
Now playing (track data)
Audio play
Shuffle playback of the whole
media library
With the NOW PLAYING option you
can display current track data for 15 seconds.
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Option “PLAY ANYTHING” shall be
used to play quickly the whole content of
your media library at random.
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Launch the Main Menu, select MEDIA PLAYER, and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select PLAY ANYTHING and
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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SETTINGS FUNCTION - MEDIA
PLAYER.
Select NOW PLAYING and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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You can also select the required audio file and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to start playing it.
Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Now playing”.
Or, using voice interaction:
Note
Press and pronounce “Play anything”.
When the playback of a digital audio track
is started, the relevant track data will be
automatically displayed for 15 seconds.
For further details on digital audio
files playback, refer to section “DIGITAL AUDIO SELECTION”.
If “AUTOPLAY” option is on,
connect your USB device to
Blue&Me™ Nav: track playback
will start automatically.
To start this option using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Launch the Main Menu, select MEDIA PLAYER, and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To start “PLAY ANYTHING” using manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
To start playing an audio file using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Play anything”.
Pause
To pause the track being played: Press
&/ESC or button MUTE on sound system front panel.
Play
To resume playback of the paused track:
Press &/ESC or button MUTE on sound
system front panel.
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Stop
Note
To stop playing a track: Pronounce
“Stop”.
If “Previous track” (manual or voice) command is given after playing the first 3 seconds of the track, the track will be played
again. If it is given within the first 3 seconds, the previous track will be played.
Next track
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To play next track using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
While playing a digital track press
N.
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Or, using voice interaction:
While playing a digital track press
and pronounce “Next”.
Previous track
?
To play the previous track using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
While playing a track press O.
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Or, using voice interaction:
While playing a digital track press
and pronounce “Previous”.
Changing audio source
To change the current sound source (Radio, CD, CD Changer, Media player),
press SRC/OK or buttons FM, AM, CD
on sound system front panel.
Note
For further details on voice commands
(keywords) to be used with the media
player, refer to section VOICE COMMANDS (KEYWORDS) - SUMMARY.
PRACTICAL HINTS FOR USING
THE MEDIA PLAYER
Scrolling
❒ To optimize scrolling of the FOLDERS menu, organize folders on your
USB device before connecting it to
Blue&Me™ Nav. To facilitate and to
optimize FOLDERS menu selection,
organize your tracks in folders with
prompt names for you.
Organizing media files
❒ To build significant categories on
Blue&Me™ Nav, media file data shall
be properly updated. To update file data, follow the instructions given on your
software instruction manual.
❒ If certain items in your library have no
Artist, Album, Title and Genre,
Blue&Me™ Nav will show UNKNOWN in ALBUMS and GENRES menus. To enter the required data, follow the instructions given on your
software instruction manual.
Building the media library on
Blue&Me™ Nav
Building playlists for Blue&Me™
Nav
❒ Building the media library may require
a few minutes. If the time required is
excessive, you can intervene by reducing the number of audio files stored on
your USB device.
For building .m3u or .wpl playlist for
Blue&Me™ Nav using Microsoft® Windows Media® Player, proceed as follows:
❒ While building the library, it is however possible to play a selection of tracks.
Blue&Me™ Nav will build the library
while playing music.
❒ Copy required tracks into a new folder or to your USB memory device.
❒ Open Microsoft® Windows Media®
Player. Select File, Open from the
menu.
❒ Scroll the content of the USB device
connected to your computer and select
the audio files to be entered in the
playlist.
❒ Click on Open.
❒ Move to “File” and select “Save Now
Playing List As” .... In field “File
Name” enter the required name and
in field “Save as type” set the type:
.wpl or .m3u.
❒ Click on Save.
When the above steps are over, the new
file .m3u or .wpl will be built.
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FUNCTIONS OF THE
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Blue&Me™ Nav leads you to your chosen destination quickly and safely by means
of its navigation function by means of voice
synthesis and pictograms that appear on a
reconfigurable multifunction display on the
control panel. The navigation system allows you to navigate towards a destination address, to call up programmed destinations or points of interest (e.g.: hotels,
restaurants, chemists, airports, railway stations, authorised workshops etc.). The
car’s position is determined by the GPS
(Global Position System), by processing
signals from GPS satellites and the car’s
odometric signals. Blue&Me™ Nav uses digital mapping data preloaded onto
your USB device to lead you to your desired destination by the best possible
route from your current location.
WARNING
The instructions provided by
Blue&Me™ Nav do not exonerate the driver from full responsibility for any manoeuvres carried out
in traffic while driving the car and for
respecting the highway code and other road traffic regulations. Responsibility for road safety always lies with
the driver of the car under all circumstances.
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Notes
❒ GPS reception is difficult under trees,
among tall buildings, in covered carparks, in tunnels and in any place where
the satellite aerial reception may be hindered.
The display also indicates the name of the
current street and the distance to the next
turn-off. The name shown near the turnoff is that of the street where the manoeuvre is to be carried out.
❒ The Blue&Me™ Nav navigator takes
a few minutes to determine the car’s
new position if the car is moved with
the system turned off (e.g. after transporting the car on a ferry).
❒ If the vehicle battery is disconnected,
the GPS takes about 15 minutes to activate.
❒ The system is equipped with a self-calibration function that needs to operate for about 100 km when the system
is first turned on or if the tyres are
changed. During this stage, the position
could be calculated with less accuracy.
❒ Under continuous conditions of low
wheel grip (e.g. when skidding on ice),
the system may temporarily record an
inaccurate position.
Navigation display
On the control panel reconfigurable multifunction display (see fig. 3), the manoeuvres to be carried out (right turn, left
turn, drive round round-about, go straight
on or change direction) are displayed by
means of pictograms.
fig. 3
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A – Navigation pictogram
B – Distance to the next turn-off
C – Street name
Voice messages
The voice messages issued by the system
recommend all manoeuvres to be carried
in plenty of time: in particular, advance
warning of the manoeuvre to be carried
out is given, followed by detailed instructions on when to carry out the manoeuvre.
To repeat the last voice message, press
the key and say “Next maneuver”.
START NAVIGATION
Proceed as follows to begin using the
Blue&Me™ Nav navigation function:
❒ Connect your USB device with preloaded maps to the USB port on the vehicle.
❒ Turn the ignition key to MAR.
Note:
For reasons of road safety, some functions, such as input of a new destination,
are allowed on with the vehicle at a standstill.
To activate the NAVIGATION menu in
manual mode, proceed as follows:
Now you can access the submenus dedicated to the Blue&Me™ Nav navigation
functions:
❒ NEW DESTINATION
❒ RESUME NAVIGATION
❒ ARRIVAL INFORMATION
❒ New destination
❒ STOP NAVIGATION
❒ Resume navigation
❒ RECENT DESTINATIONS
❒ Arrival information
❒ NAVIGATION SETTINGS
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❒ VEHICLE POSITION
❒ Press the NAV key near the front
courtesy light (see fig. 1).
❒ ROUTE SIMULATION
❒ Or, with the Main Menu on, press
ß/MAIN, select the Navigation option
and press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Blue&Me™ Nav will show the following
warning message on the display THE
DRIVER MUST RESPECT THE
ROAD RULES. Press SRC/OK to confirm.
Press SRC/OK to confirm (no specific voice command is available in
this event). Blue&Me™ Nav
will display a list of the available submenus.
Speak one of the following commands to gain access to the required
function:
Scroll to the required function using the
N or O keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Navigation”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will show the following warning message on the display THE DRIVER MUST RESPECT THE ROAD RULES.
❒ Stop navigation
❒ Recent destinations
❒ Navigation settings
❒ Vehicle position
❒ Route simulation
Note:
Some submenus may not be available since
they are activated only once navigation towards a destination has started.
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New destination
The NEW DESTINATION menu allows you to enter a destination in various
ways:
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Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
❒ ADDRESS: set the address by choosing a town/city centre or the required
street;
Select the NEW DESTINATION
option by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
❒ POINTS OF INTEREST: select a
point of interest from the relevant submenu.
WARNING
For road safety reasons, it is
only possible to enter a new
destination with the car at a standstill.
Address
Use this menu to enter the address of
your required destination, indicating the
country, the town/city, the name of the
road/street and the house number.
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To enter an address using manual interaction:
Select ADDRESS and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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Or use voice interaction by pressing
and saying “Navigation”. Once
the system message has finished, say
“New destination” and then “Address”.
Blue&Me™ Nav starts by asking
your to select the required country
name.
Before anything else, the system determines which countries are preloaded on your USB device. If the
maps for only one country are present, this will be set as the destination country.
Use the “N” or “O” keys to select the
required country and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
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Using voice interaction, say the required country. Blue&Me™ Nav
will ask you to confirm the selected country by means of a voice
message.
Notes:
❒ In order to select the country, the USB
device containing the maps must be inserted in the USB port on the car.
❒ If several countries are loaded on your
USB device, Blue&Me™ Nav will
show a list of countries in alphabetical
order on the multifunction display. If
the system is able to detect the GPS position of the car, the country where you
are located will be shown at the head
of the list.
After selecting the country, Blue&Me™
Nav will ask you to enter the destination
town/city by means of the steering wheel
control and voice interaction.
Procedure for entering destination
TOWN/CITY
The area of the control panel multifunction display you use to enter the town/city
name is made up as follows:
Once you have entered two characters,
Blue&Me™ Nav will help you by displaying only the letters that could potentially be used to compose the final name
of the town/city according to the map information stored in your USB device.
Operation of steering wheel keys
during TOWN/CITY name input
❒ KEY “N”
– Allows you to scroll through the
characters shown on the left side
of the fourth row of the display.
fig. 4
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A - Blue&Me™ Nav uses the first row
to tell you that you are currently in
town/city input mode.
– Once you have entered two characters, if you press the “N” key
once, you will be given the option
of deleting the last character entered; press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN
to delete. Press the “N” key
again to continue entering characters.
❒ KEY “O”
– Allows you to scroll through the
characters shown on the right side
of the fourth row of the display.
– Once you have entered two characters, if you press the “O” key
once, OK? will be displayed on the
third row of the display. This
prompts you to stop entering characters and instead choose the
town/city name from a list. You are
only advised to use this option if the
name of the town/city shown on
the second row is the full name of
the required town/city. Press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm.Press the “O” key again to continue entering characters.
❒ “&
/ESC” KEY
– Press the &
/ESC key to return to
the previous menu.
B – The second row displays the characters already entered into Blue&Me™
Nav, which are used to make up the destination town/city name.
C – The third row is used to display the
character selected using SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
D – The fourth row is made up of two
parts: you may scroll through the characters shown on the left side of the display
using the “N” key and those displayed on
the right part using the “O” key.
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Proceed as follows to enter
the town/city name:
Scroll through the characters in the
fourth row using the “N” or “O” keys
until the required characters are displayed
on the third row. Press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to select the character.
Proceed in the same way to select the following characters that make up part of the
town/city name in the second row.
Press the “N” key to delete the last character entered. The system will ask you to
confirm the deletion by pressing SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN. If you are using voice interaction, press and say “Delete”.
As soon as you have entered enough characters, Blue&Me™ Nav may prompt
you to say the required town/city. Press
and say the name of the town/city.
You still have the option of continuing to
enter the destination town/city manually.
Depending on the number of characters
entered Blue&Me™ Nav will display a
list of towns/cities whose names meet the
current search criteria. Scroll through the
list using the “N” or “O” keys and press
SRC/OK or ß /MAIN to confirm. Alternatively, you may say the name of the
required town/city directly.
Notes
❒ If the system is able to detect the car’s
GPS position, it will suggest the
town/city where you are currently located as the destination town/city.
❒ If the town/city name is made up of several words, you only need to enter one
of the words making up the town/city
name.
❒ If the name of the town/city displayed
in the second row (see fig. 4) is the full
name of the required town/city, you can
stop entering characters and select the
town/city from the list by pressing “O”
once. The message OK? will appear on
the third row of the display. Press
SRC/OK or ß /MAIN to confirm. If
using voice interaction, press ‘ and say
“OK”.
If you wish to disable voice input of the
town/city, refer to the NAVIGATION
SETTINGS – DICTATE DESTINATION
section.
Once you have selected the town/city,
Blue&Me™ Nav will ask you to enter
the name of the Road/Street or to navigate toward the city centre using the following menu:
❒ ENTER ROAD
❒ CITY CENTRE
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?
Using manual interaction:
Select the required option using the
“N” or “O” keys and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm.
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Or with voice interaction:
“Road” or “City centre”.
say
If you choose City centre, the system
will display the full address and ask you
to confirm in order to begin navigation.
If you select Enter road instead, you
must enter the destination road/street in
the same way as when you entered
the town/city.
Notes
❒ When entering the name of the road,
omit the type of road/street (road,
street, avenue etc.).
❒ If the road/street name is made up of
several words, you only need to enter
one of the words making up the
road/street name.
If you wish to disable voice input of the
road street, refer to the NAVIGATION
SETTINGS – DICTATE DESTINATION
section.
After entering the destination Road/Street,
Blue&Me™ Nav will ask you if you wish
to enter a house number or navigate towards the address currently set. The available options are:
❒ ENTER NUMBER
❒ START NAVIGATION
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Using manual interaction:
Select the required option using the “N”
or “O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
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Or using voice interaction, say “Enter number” or “Start”.
If you choose Start navigation, the system will display the full address and ask
you to confirm in order to begin navigation. If the address entered is ambiguous,
the system will prompt you to choose between the possible alternatives.
If you choose Enter number, you must
enter the house number of the chosen
destination address.
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Proceed as follows to enter the
house number:
Scroll through the numbers in the fourth
row (see fig. 4) using the “N” or “O”
keys until the required numbers are displayed on the third row. Press SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN to select the number. Proceed in the same way to select the following numbers until the full house number is displayed in the second row.
Press the “N” key to delete the last number entered. The system will ask you to
confirm the deletion by pressing SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN. If you are using voice interaction, press and say “Delete”.
Press the “O” key once to finish entering the house number displayed. The system will ask you to confirm by pressing
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN. If you are using
voice interaction, press ‘ and say “OK”.
Once you have entered the house number Blue&Me™ Nav will display the full
address and ask for confirmation in order
to begin navigation. If the address entered
is ambiguous, the system will prompt you
to choose between the possible alternatives.
Note
While entering the house number, both
numbers and letters are shown on the
fourth row (see fig. 4) of the reconfigurable multifunction display; in the event
of future map software updates, these will
allow you to set particular types of numbering that require the use of alphanumerical characters.
Points of interest
This function gives you access to a file containing information on the location of useful destinations of general interest divided
by category (e.g.: hotels, restaurants,
chemists, airports, railway stations, authorised workshops etc.).
To use this function, your USB device with
the preloaded map software must be connected to the USB port on the car.
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To select a Point of interest using
manual interaction:
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select the option NEW DESTINATION by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Select POINTS OF INTEREST
and press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to
confirm.
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Blue&Me™ Nav will display a list of
available points of interest categories.
Choose the required category from those
stored in the map software on your USB
device using the “N“ or “O“ device and
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm.
Now Blue&Me™ Nav will prompt you
to choose between LOCAL POINTS
of interest or ELSEWHERE.
❒ If you select LOCAL POINTS of interest by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN, Blue&Me™ Nav will display a list of points of interest belonging to the category selected previously
(e.g. restaurants), sorted according to
distance from your current location, including distance and name. Scroll
through the list using the “N” or “O”
keys and press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN
to select the point of interest.
❒ If you select points of interest ELSEWHERE Blue&Me™ Nav will ask
you to specify the point of interest
country and town/city, in the same way
as when entering an address.
Blue&Me™ Nav will display a list of
points of interest in the chosen category in alphabetical order.
Scroll through the list using the “N”
or “O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to select the point of interest required.
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Note
If the point of interest selected using the
previous options has a telephone number
and your Bluetooth® mobile phone is
connected to Blue&Me™ Nav, the system will allow you to decide whether to
start navigating toward the chosen point
of interest or make a phone call. Select the
required option by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or use voice interaction by pressing
and saying “Navigation”.
Once the system message has finished, say “New destination” and
then “Points of interest”.
Then say “List” e Blue&Me™ Nav
will provide you with a list of the available
categories. If you already know which of
the categories stored on your USB device
you require you may say it directly.
Refer to the “NAVIGATION VOICE
COMMANDS” section for a list of available categories.
The system will ask you for confirmation,
say “Yes“ or press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN. Otherwise say “No“.
Now Blue&Me™ Nav will prompt you
to choose between “local” points of interest or “elsewhere” by means of voice
synthesis.
❒ If you select “local”, Blue&Me™
Nav will display a list of points of interest belonging to the category selected previously (e.g. restaurants),
sorted according to distance from your
current location, including distance
and name.
Scroll through the list using the “N” or
“O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to select the required point
of interest.
❒ If you say “elsewhere” Blue&Me™
Nav will ask you to specify the point of
interest country and town/city, in the
same way as when entering an address.
Blue&Me™ Nav will display a list of
points of interest in the chosen category in alphabetical order.
Scroll through the list using the “N” or
“O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to select the point of interest required.
Note
If the point of interest selected using the
previous options has a telephone number
and your Bluetooth® mobile phone is
connected to Blue&Me™ Nav, the system will ask you if you wish to start navigating toward the chosen point of interest
or make a phone call. Say “Start” to start
navigating or “Call” to make the phone
call.
Select the RESUME NAVIGATION option by pressing SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN.
Blue&Me™ Nav will ask you to
confirm the operation, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm
or &
/ESC” to cancel the above operation.
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After making the selection, Blue&Me™
Nav will display the name, distance and
address of the point of interest and ask for
confirmation in order to begin navigating.
Resume navigation
Blue&Me™ Nav allows you to resume
navigation toward a set destination if navigation has been suspended using the
STOP NAVIGATION command.
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To resume navigation, using manual interaction:
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
With voice interaction:
press and say “Navigation” and
then, once you have heard the system message, say “Resume navigation”. The system will ask you to
say “Yes” to resume navigation or
“No” to cancel the above operation.
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With manual interaction press
SRC/OK or ß /MAIN to resume
navigation or &
/ESC in order not to
activate.
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Arrival information
Blue&Me™ Nav is able to provide you
with an estimated time of arrival at your
destination and distance to the destination.
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Note
With manual interaction:
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select the ARRIVAL INFORMATION option by pressing SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN.
If you turn your car’s ignition key to
STOP during a navigation session,
Blue&Me™ Nav will automatically suspend navigation.
When you turn your car’s ignition key to
MAR, the system will ask you if you wish
to resume navigation and show the preset
destination address on the reconfigurable
multifunction display.
With voice interaction, say “Yes”
to resume navigation or “No” in order not to activate
Blue&Me™ Nav will display an estimated time of arrival and estimated distance remaining to the destination.
Note
When the car is moving, the arrival information may be displayed immediately by pressing the NAV key on the keypad near the courtesy light (see fig. 1).
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With voice interaction: press and
say “Navigation” and then, once
you have heard the system message,
say “Arrival information”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will display the
estimated time of arrival and the estimated distance remaining to the
destination.
Select the STOP NAVIGATION
option by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN. Blue&Me™ Nav will ask
you to confirm the operation, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm or
/ESC to continue the set navigation.
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Note
If the trip duration exceeds 10 hours, an
indication of the remaining trip time will
be given instead of the estimated time of
arrival.
Stop navigation
Recent destinations
If the car is actively navigating towards a
destination, Blue&Me™ Nav will allow
you to suspend the current navigation.
You can, however, resume the interrupted navigation at any time you want.
Use the RECENT DESTINATIONS
function to call up one of the last 20 destinations stored by Blue&Me™ Nav in a
dedicated list.
See RESUME NAVIGATION para-
When in the main menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
graph.
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To suspend navigation, with manual interaction:
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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With voice interaction:
press and say “Navigation” and
then, once you have heard the system message, say “Stop navigation”. The system will ask you to
say “Yes” to stop navigation or
“No” to continue the set navigation.
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Select the RECENT DESTINATIONS option and press SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN to confirm.
The system will show a list containing the most recent destinations set
on the Blue&Me™ Nav on the reconfigurable multifunction display.
Select the required destination using the “N” or “O” keys and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm.
The display will show the required
destination. You may choose between the START NAVIGATION and CANCEL DESTINATION commands.
Select the required option using the
“N” or “O” keys and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm.
If you wish to delete all the stored
destinations, scroll through the list
to display the DELETE ALL option. Press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN
to confirm.
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Or with voice interaction, press
and say “Navigation”. Then, once
the system message has finished, say
“Recent destinations”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will show a list of
the latest destinations entered on
the multifunctional display.
Select the required destination by
saying “Forward” or “Back”. Say
“Start” to start navigation or
“Delete” to delete the displayed
destination.
If you wish to delete all the stored
destinations, say “Delete all” and
confirm the operation when
prompted by the system.
Note
In order to start navigating towards the
last destination selected, the USB device
containing the maps must be inserted in
the USB port on the car.
Navigation settings
The NAVIGATION SETTINGS menu
allows you to establish navigation options,
e.g. by indicating whether you want
Blue&Me™ Nav to calculate the fastest
or shortest route or whether motorways
or ferries should be included in the route
calculation.
This menu may also be used to set your
preference for voice completion of the
destination by means of the DICTATE
DESTINATION option.
WARNING
For road safety reasons, it is
only possible to enter a new
destination with the car at a standstill.
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In order to access the navigation settings, using manual interaction, proceed in the following way:
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select the NAVIGATON SETTINGS menu and press SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN to confirm.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Navigation”.
Once you have heard the system
message, say “Navigation settings”. Blue&Me™ Nav will display a list of the available options.
The available options are:
❒ Type of Route
Use this option to tell Blue&Me™ Nav
whether you want the calculated route to
be FASTER or SHORTER.
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Using manual interaction, proceed
as follows:
Select the TYPE OF ROUTE option and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Select the required option using the
“N” or “O” keys and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to confirm.
Or with voice interaction:
Press and say “Type of route”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will tell you the
current setting using voice synthesis and will ask you if you wish to
change it. Answer “Yes” to change
the option, “No” to maintain the
current setting.
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❒ Set motorways
Use this setting to tell Blue&Me™ Nav
if you wish to give preference to motorways when calculating the route.
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With manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
Select the SET MOTORWAYs
option by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Select YES or NO using the “N”
or “O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
Or with voice interaction:
Press and say “SET MOTORWAYS”. Blue&Me™ Nav will
tell you the current setting using
voice synthesis and will ask you if
you wish to change it. Answer
“Yes” to change the option, “No”
to maintain the current setting.
❒ Set ferries
Use this setting to tell Blue&Me™ Nav
whether you wish to include sections that
involve the use of ferries.
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Select the SET FERRIES option
and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Select YES or NO using the “N”
or “O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Set ferries”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will tell you the
current setting using voice synthesis
and will ask you if you wish to
change it. Answer “Yes” to change
the option, “No” to maintain the
current setting.
❒ Set tolls
Use this setting to tell Blue&Me™ Nav
whether you wish to include sections of
road that require payment of a toll in the
route calculation.
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Select YES or NO using the “N”
or “O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
With manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
With manual interaction, proceed
as follows:
Select the SET TOLLS option by
pressing SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Set tolls”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will tell you the
current setting using voice synthesis and will ask you if you wish to
change it. Answer “Yes” to change
the option, “No” to maintain the
current setting.
❒ Dictate destination
Use this setting to set your preference for
voice completion during destination input.
if you wish to set DICTATE DESTINATION to NO, the destination will be
entered in exclusively manual mode. It will
not therefore be possible to complete the
town/city or road name by voice.
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With manual interaction, proceed
as follows:
Select the DICTATE DESTINATION option by pressing SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN.
Select YES or NO using the “N” or “O”
keys and press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN to
confirm.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press and say “Dictate destination”. Blue&Me™ Nav will tell
you the current setting using voice
synthesis and will ask you if you wish
to change it. Answer “Yes” to
change the option, “No” to maintain the current setting.
Note
It may be useful to disable the dictate destination function if the map used contains
information in a language other than that
set for voice recognition in the
Blue&Me™ Nav system.
For further information, consult the
“PROBLEM SOLVING – NAVIGATION
SYSTEM”
❒ Restore settings
Use this setting to restore the initial navigation system settings.
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With manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
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To find out the vehicle’s GPS position with manual interaction:
Select the RESTORE SETTINGS
option by pressing SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select YES or NO using the “N”
or “O” keys and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN to confirm.
Select the VEHICLE POSITION
option and press SRC/OK or
ß /MAIN to display the required
data.
Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Restore settings”. Blue&Me™ Nav will ask
you whether you wish to restore
the initial factory settings by means
of voice synthesis. Answer “Yes” to
proceed, “No” to keep the current
settings.
Vehicle position
This function allows you to find out the
car’s exact position expressed as a latitude
(North/South) and longitude (East/West),
shown on the reconfigurable multifunction
display. This function also provides information on the number of GPS satellites received by the Blue&Me™ Nav.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Navigation”.
Once you have heard the system
message, say “VEHICLE POSITION”. Blue&Me™ Nav will display the required information.
Route simulation
Blue&Me™ Nav uses this function to
display a simulation of the calculated route.
Note
To carry out a simulation, navigation towards a destination must be in progress.
A destination must therefore have been
set and the route must have been successfully calculated.
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WARNING
For road safety reasons, it is
only possible to enter a new
destination with the car at a standstill.
SETTINGS FUNCTIONS
The SETTINGS menu enables you to
perform the following functions:
❒ Pairing a mobile phone
❒ Managing user data
For road safety reasons, it is only possible to alter the navigation settings with the
car at a standstill.
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To simulate the active route, by
means ofmanual interaction:
Activate the main Menu, select the
NAVIGATION option and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select the ROUTE SIMULATION
option and press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN
to start the simulation.
To stop the simulation, simply press
the NAV key on the keypad near the
courtesy light.
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Or with voice interaction:
Press
and say “Navigation”.
Once you have heard the system
message, say “route simulation”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will start the simulation.
To stop the simulation, press
say “Navigation”
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and
❒ Managing Blue&Me™ Nav update
❒ Media player settings
❒ Advanced Options.
To perform functions and adjustments in
the SETTINGS menu, you may use buttons on the steering wheel or voice commands at car standstill. When the car is
moving, you can use voice commands only. Instructions are provided for both
methods.
If you encounter difficulties with any of
the Blue&Me™ Nav settings, consult
section TROUBLESHOOTING.
PAIRING A MOBILE PHONE
Before you can use your mobile phone
with the hands-free phone function on
your car, you must create a pairing relationship between the mobile phone and
the hands-free phone system.
During the pairing procedure, the handsfree phone system attempts to detect a
phone equipped with Bluetooth® wireless technology within range, and then establishes the connection using a Personal
Identification Number (PIN). After a pairing relationship is established, you can use
the hands-free phone system to make and
receive phone calls, and do other operations via your wirelessly-connected mobile phone.
IMPORTANT The mobile phone pairing
PIN number is a special PIN generated
randomly at each new pairing and used
just for this operation. It is not your SIM
PIN and therefore it is not required to
store or to keep it in mind; loosing it will
not impair the hands-free phone system
operation.
The pairing procedure will only need to
be performed once for your mobile
phone. After this procedure Blue&Me™
Nav will automatically connect to your
phone each time you get into the car and
turn the ignition key to MAR.
You can create a pairing relationship using the USER PAIRING option in the
SETTINGS menu.
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To create a pairing relationship using manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
Press ß/MAIN to open the Main
Menu, then select SETTINGS by
pressing SRC/OK or ß /MAIN.
Select USER PAIRING and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN. The
system will start the pairing procedure.
The system shows the mobile
phone pairing PIN on the instrument panel display and repeats it.
Please note that this is a PIN used
just for this operation, it is not your
SIM PIN.
For the next two steps, consult your
mobile phone owner’s manual about
Bluetooth® pairing.
On your mobile phone, query for
devices equipped with Bluetooth®
wireless technology that are within
range (this option on your mobile
phone might be called Discover,
New Device, etc.). View the list of
Bluetooth® wireless technology
enabled devices and select
“Blue&Me” (item that identifies
Blue&Me™ Nav on your car).
The system asks if you would like to
copy your paired phone phonebook. It is recommended to copy it.
To start copying the phonebook,
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN; otherwise press &
/ESC. You can download your phonebook at a later time
using the menu option SETTINGS, USER DATA, PHONEBOOK.
When prompted by the mobile
phone, enter the PIN number
shown on the instrument panel display. If pairing is successful, the system will say “Connecting” and
then the display will show the paired
mobile phone ID.
For certain mobile phones the
phonebook is not copied automatically, in this case you must send the
contacts in your mobile phone
phonebook to the hands-free phone
system using your mobile phone
keypad. If the hands-free phone system asks you to do this, then perform this procedure following the
instructions specific to your mobile
phone and press ß /MAIN when
you have finished.
It is of vital importance to wait until this confirmation message is displayed since pressing ß/MAIN or
/ESC at this time may cancel the
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pairing process. If pairing fails, an error message will be displayed and
the pairing procedure shall be repeated.
At first pairing, the system will say
“Welcome” immediately after
connecting. This message will no
longer be heard at next pairing procedures.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Settings”,
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “Pairing”.
The system shows the mobile
phone pairing PIN on the instrument panel display and repeats it.
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For the next two steps, consult your
mobile phone owner’s manual about
Bluetooth® pairing.
connecting. This message will no
longer be heard at next pairing procedures.
On your mobile phone, query for
devices equipped with Bluetooth®
wireless technology that are within
range (this option on your mobile
phone might be called Discover,
New Device, etc.). View the list of
Bluetooth® wireless technology
enabled devices and select
“Blue&Me” (item that identifies
the hands-free kit in your car).
The system asks if you would like to
copy your paired phone phonebook. It is recommended to copy it.
To start copying the phonebook,
pronounce “Yes”; otherwise say
“No”.
When prompted by the mobile
phone, enter the PIN number
shown on the instrument panel display using your mobile phone keypad. If pairing is successful, the system will say “Connecting” and
then the display will show the paired
mobile phone ID.
It is of vital importance to wait until this confirmation message is displayed since pressing ß/MAIN or
/ESC at this time may cancel the
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pairing process. If pairing fails, an error message will be displayed and
the pairing procedure shall be repeated.
At first pairing, the system will say
“Welcome” immediately after
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For certain mobile phones the
phonebook is not copied automatically, in this case you must send the
contacts in your mobile phone
phonebook to the hands-free phone
system using your mobile phone
keypad. If the hands-free phone system asks you to do this, then perform this procedure following the
instructions specific to your mobile
phone and press ß /MAIN when
you have finished.
Practical hints
To improve both the voice recognition of
your phonebook entries and Blue&Me™
Nav pronunciation accuracy when repeating the entries, please try to enter
contact entries and memorize them using the following criteria:
❒ Avoid abbreviations.
❒ Write foreign names according to the
way in which they are pronounced according to the rules of the
Blue&Me™ Nav language set on your
car. For example, enter “Tanja” as
“Tanya”, to improve recognition accuracy and also to obtain the correct pronunciation by the system.
❒ When adding or editing contact entries,
insert the appropriate accent marks
when the name requires these marks
to be properly pronounced and recognized by the system. For example enter “Nicolo Rebora” as “Nicolò Rébora” to obtain the correct pronunciation.
❒ When adding or editing contact entries,
bear in mind that certain isolated block
letter may be read as Roman numerals (e.g.: V may be read as fifth).
❒ When calling contacts by voice, do not
include the middle names or middle initials of your contacts.
Notes
❒ You are only required to pair your mobile phone a single time.
❒ You can pair up to five mobile phones,
to be used one at a time.
❒ On your paired mobile phone, the
Bluetooth® setting must be turned on
in order to connect your mobile phone
with Blue&Me™ Nav.
❒ Before transferring your mobile phone
contacts to the hands-free system,
make sure that each contact first and
last name is unique and distinctly recognizable so that the voice recognition
system will function properly.
❒ The system will download only valid
contact entries. A valid contact entry
must include both a name and at least
one phone number.
❒ If you would like to re-pair your mobile
phone, delete the old pairing relationship first. During this operation all user
data will be deleted. To delete the old
pairing relationship, use the menu option
USER DATA, DELETE USERS.
On your mobile phone, delete
“Blue&Me” from the list of Bluetooth® devices following the specific instructions for your mobile phone (refer to your mobile phone owner’s manual).
❒ If you download a phonebook with a
contacts list including more than 1000
contacts, the system may operate slower than expected and voice recognition
of the names in your phonebook may
degrade.
❒ If the pairing relationship is accidentally deleted, the pairing procedure shall
be repeated.
MANAGING USER DATA
You can make adjustments to the user data used by the hands-free phone system.
Specifically, you can reset all user data for
paired phones, delete the phonebook or
reset both user data and phonebook
downloaded. In this way the system is
brought back to initial conditions. You can
also download either the phonebook or
single contacts from your mobile phone
to the system, if you chose not to download the phonebook during the phone
pairing procedure. You can make adjustments to the user data used by the system
using the option USER DATA.
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To open the USER DATA menu
using manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
Press ß/MAIN to open the Main
Menu, then select SETTINGS by
pressing SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select USER DATA and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Settings”
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “User data”.
In the USER DATA menu you can
perform the functions described below.
Or, using voice interaction:
Delete the phonebook
Press , pronounce “Settings”,
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “Delete users”.
In the USER DATA menu you can
delete the phone that was downloaded to
the system.
The system will ask “Delete all
paired users?”. To confirm, pronounce “Yes”.
Delete user data
Notes
In the USER DATA menu you can delete
the pairing relationships. After you delete
the pairing relationship, you cannot use an
unpaired phone with the hands-free phone
system, nor its phonebook, until you create a pairing relationship for it. Always remember that this operation deletes all the
pairing relationships.
❒ Always remember that, if a mobile
phone is paired with the system while
another phone is connected yet, connection with the current phone is interrupted to establish the connection
with the new phone.
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To delete user data using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Select DELETE USERS and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
The system will display the message
DELETE ALL REGISTERED
USERS?. To confirm, press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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❒ It is not possible to delete a pairing, unless it is the only one.
❒ Deleting all paired users will entail a
new pairing procedure.
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To delete the phonebook using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Select DELETE PHONEBOOK
and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
The system will display the question
DELETE COPY OF PHONEBOOK FROM SYSTEM?. To
confirm, press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press , pronounce “Settings” wait
shortly for feedback and then pronounce “Delete phone book”.
The system will ask “Delete copy
of phonebook from the system?” To confirm, pronounce
“Yes”.
Download the phonebook
Add contacts
Reset user data
If you chose not to download the phonebook during the phone pairing procedure,
or if you recently deleted the current
phonebook, the USER DATA item will
be available in the COPY PHONEBOOK menu.
If your mobile phone does not support automatic downloading during phone pairing, the USER DATA item will be available in the ADD CONTACTS menu.
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To download a paired mobile phone
phonebook using manual interaction,
proceed as follows:
Select COPY PHONEBOOK.
and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction
Press , pronounce “Settings”,
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “Download phone
book”.
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To copy contacts from your mobile
phone to the hands-free phone system using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Select DELETE ALL and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
The system will display the question
DELETE ALL DATA SAVED
IN THE SYSTEM?. To confirm,
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select ADD CONTACTS and
then press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press , pronounce “Settings”,
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “Add Contacts”.
Then follow the instructions given on your
mobile phone owner’s manual for transferring contacts.
To reset all user data and phonebooks/contacts for paired phones to
the default values using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
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Or, using voice interaction:
Press , pronounce “Settings”,
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “Reset all”.
The system will ask “Delete all data saved by users from the system?”. To confirm, pronounce
“Yes”.
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MANAGING UPDATES
Notes
Updating Blue&Me™ Nav
Blue&Me™ Nav can be updated with
new functions that you can download via
your mobile phone. Therefore, it is not
necessary to contact Fiat Dealership for
updating.
❒ To download and manage updatings on
Blue&Me™ Nav, make sure that a
GPRS Data Plan is active on your phone
number. Otherwise request it to your
mobile phone carrier.
To download and to set updatings use the
SYSTEM UPDATE menu.
To get updated information about
Blue&Me™ Nav, consult the dedicated
site at www.fiat.com.
❒ Your mobile phone shall be enabled for
data phone communication. Enabling can
be implemented by your mobile phone
carrier or you can refer to section concerning the Equipment for General Packet Radio System (GPRS) on your mobile
phone manual.
Press ß/MAIN and move to SETTINGS, SYSTEM UPDATE.
Then, Press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Blue&Me™ Nav will display the
message SYSTEM UPDATE and
start the updating procedure.
❒ To download and manage updatings on
Blue&Me™ Nav, your mobile phone
shall be paired to the system.
If no update is available, Blue&Me™
Nav will display the message NO
UPDATE AVAILABLE and say
“No update available”. Otherwise
Blue&Me™ Nav will complete the
updating procedure.
IMPORTANT Blue&Me™ Nav system
updating may not be available yet. Consult
the dedicated site at www.fiat.com, to obtain additional info about this function and
its activation procedure.
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To start updating using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
In certain cases, Blue&Me™ Nav
could display the following message:
“Update temporarily suspended. System update will continue
the next time you start the vehicle.”. In other cases, during the updating procedure, the system may
prompt to turn the ignition key to
“STOP” and then to “MAR”.
When updating is over and available,
Blue&Me™ Nav will display the
message UPDATE COMPLETE
and say: “Update completed”.
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Or, using voice interaction:
Check for proper pairing between
your
mobile
phone
and
Blue&Me™ Nav and proper configuration for data transmission.
If no update is available, Blue&Me™
Nav will display NO UPDATE
AVAILABLE and say “No update
available.”. Otherwise Blue&Me™
Nav will complete the updating procedure.
In certain cases, Blue&Me™ Nav
could say “Update temporarily
suspended. System update will
continue the next time you start
the vehicle”. In other cases, during
the updating procedure, the system
may prompt to turn the ignition key
to “STOP” and then to “MAR”.
Pausing the update
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To pause updating using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
During updating, select SETTINGS, PAUSE UPDATE. Then
select it with button SRC/OK or
ß /MAIN. Blue&Me™ Nav will
display the message UPDATE
PAUSED and say “Update
paused”.
Or,
❒ Turn the ignition key to STOP.
When updating is over and available,
Blue&Me™ Nav will display the
message UPDATE COMPLETE
and say “Update completed”.
Press and pronounce “Settings”,
“Update”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will show the
message UPDATE, will say “Update” and then it starts the updating procedure.
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Using the phone during the
updating procedure
During the updating procedure it is however possible to make or answer a call.
Blue&Me™ Nav will pause the updating
procedure and resume it at the end of the
phone conversation automatically.
To make or answer a call during the updating procedure using manual interaction,
refer to sections MAKING A PHONE
CALL and INCOMING CALLS.
The updating procedure will be paused automatically.
Ending the phone call will resume the updating procedure automatically.
Resuming the update
Notes
If the updating procedure is paused using
the settings menu option, the updating procedure shall be then resumed manually.
❒ Updates will be resumed automatically only if using the same mobile phone
used for starting the updating procedure.
To resume the updating procedure using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
❒ Your mobile phone shall be paired with
Blue&Me™ Nav.
❒ Press ß/MAIN and move to SETTINGS, RESUME UPDATE (this
menu option is available only if update
has been previously paused). Press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
❒ Blue&Me™ Nav will display the message RESUME UPDATE and say
“Update. On completion, a message will appear”.
If the updating procedure was paused because the ignition key has been turned to
“STOP”, the updating procedure will be
resumed automatically.
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❒ Blue&Me™ Nav will pause automatically the updating procedure if the paired
mobile phone is no longer available, or
if updating is paused by the Service Centre, if communication is stopped (e.g.:
tunnels), or if the system slows down
too much its working speed.
Blue&Me™ Nav will try to resume updating at preset time intervals. Should
it be not possible to resume updating
while driving, updating will be resumed
at next engine starting.
❒ If you encounter difficulties with
any of these operations, consult
section HANDS-FREE KIT - TROUBLESHOOT-ING.
ADVANCED OPTIONS
Accessing the device ID
Changing the GPRS code
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To navigate to the ADVANCED
OPTIONS, menu using manual interaction, proceed as follows:
For certain operations, it might be necessary to know the Blue&Me™ Nav system
code.
Press ß/MAIN to open the Main
Menu then select SETTINGS by
pressing SRC/OK or ß /MAIN.
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If your mobile phone carrier requires to
change the GPRS code, you can perform
this operation via the ADVANCED OPTIONS menu.
Select SYSTEM CODE and then
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Select ADVANCED OPTIONS
and then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN.
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To access the system code by manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Or, using voice interaction:
The instrument panel display will
show your Blue&Me™ Nav system code.
Press , pronounce “Settings” and
then “Advanced Options”.
/ESC to quit.
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Within the ADVANCED OPTIONS menu you can access the
SYSTEM CODE.
Note
This code is an 8-digit number (device ID)
which uniquely identifies the Blue&Me™
Nav system installed on your car and cannot be changed.
Go to the GPRS CODE menu and
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
Press , pronounce “Settings”,
wait shortly for feedback and then
pronounce “Device ID”.
The display will show GPRS:, and a
list of digits (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9),
DEFAULT, and DISABLE. To
select the new GPRS code, press N
and O until choosing the required
option, then press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN. To store the default value, select DEFAULT. To disable
the connection code, select DISABLE.
The instrument panel display will
show your Blue&Me™ Nav system code.
After setting the new GPRS code,
Blue&Me™ Nav will display the
message GPRS CODE.
Press SRC/OK or
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To change the GPRS code using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
ß /MAIN or
Or, using voice interaction:
Press SRC/OK or
/ESC to quit.
&
ß /MAIN or
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}
To set the GPRS code using voice
interaction, proceed as follows:
Press , pronounce “Settings” and
then “Connection code”.
Blue&Me™ Nav will prompt “The
current GPRS connection code is
value. To change code say a number
from 1 to 9 or say “Default”. To disable the connection code say “Disable”. To change the code, say a
number from 1 to 9 or say “Default”. To disable the connection
code say “Disable”. (In previous
text, value is the GPRS connection
code set at that moment).
After setting the new connection
code, Blue&Me™ Nav will say
“The Connection Code is set to value” (here value corresponds to the
new GPRS code set).
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MEDIA PLAYER SETTINGS
Autoplay
When the Autoplay option is on,
Blue&Me™ Nav will start to play the audio files on your USB device as soon as you
turn the ignition key MAR. Once you activate this option, the first time you use the
player, playback will start automatically.
The Autoplay option shall be disabled
(when required) before connecting your
USB device to the USB port and building
or updating the media library.
?
To change Autoplay setting using manual interaction, proceed as
follows:
Open the Main Menu, select SETTINGS, MEDIA PLAYER, AUTOPLAY and then press SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN.
To activate Autoplay, select AUTOPLAY ON and press SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN. To deactivate Autoplay select AUTOPLAY OFF and
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
}
Or, using voice interaction:
Shuffle
Loop
Press and pronounce “Autoplay
on” or “Autoplay off”.
Use the Shuffle option to change the
playback sequence. With Shuffle option
on, Blue&Me™ Nav will play digital audio files at random.
Use the Loop option to repeat a track.
Note
If you change the Autoplay settings after
connecting the USB device, new setting
will be activated the next time you connect a different USB device (or the same
USB device with updated track library).
?
To change Shuffle setting using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Open the Main Menu, select SETTINGS, MEDIA PLAYER,
SHUFFLE and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
To activate the Shuffle option, select SHUFFLE ON and press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN. To deactivate it, select SHUFFLE OFF and
press SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
}
?
To activate the Loop option using
manual interaction, proceed as follows:
Open the Main Menu, select SETTINGS, MEDIA PLAYER,
LOOP and then press SRC/ OK
or ß/MAIN.
To activate the Loop option, select
LOOP ON and press SRC/OK or
ß/MAIN. To deactivate it, select
LOOP OFF and press SRC/OK
or ß/MAIN.
Or, using voice interaction:
Press and pronounce “Shuffle
on” or “Shuffle off”.
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}
Or, using voice interaction:
EXIT THE SETTINGS MENU
Press and pronounce “Loop on”
or “Loop off”.
At the end of any of the operations described above, you can exit the settings
menu as described below.
Note
With Loop option on, previous and next
track playback will pass to the previous or
next audio track, that will start to be repeated.
?
To exit the SETTINGS menu using manual interaction:
Select EXIT and then press
SRC/OK or ß/MAIN.
}
Or, using voice interaction:
Press
and pronounce “Exit”.
Blue&Me™ Nav
SUPPORTED
MOBILE PHONES
Blue&Me™ Nav supports your personal devices via the Bluetooth® wireless
technology and USB.
To get updated information about the devices supported by Blue&Me™ Nav, contact Fiat Dealership or consult the dedicated site at www.fiat.com.
MOBILE PHONES WITH
Bluetooth® WIRELESS
TECHNOLOGY
Blue&Me™ Nav supports most of the
mobile phones supporting Bluetooth® 1.1
and HandsFree 1.0 profile (refer to Bluetooth® wireless connection specifications
given on your mobile phone owner’s manual).
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Due to the different marketed software
versions for mobile phones, certain auxiliary functions (e.g.: answering a second incoming phone call, transferring phone call
from hands-free phone system to mobile
phone and vice versa, etc.) could not exactly correspond to what described in this
manual. In any case, phone conversation using the hands-free phone kit is not impaired.
“Pull” phones (phonebook
automatically downloaded)
“Push” phones (phonebook not
automatically downloaded)
Mobile phones with message
reader
“Push” phone means that your mobile
phone supports the single contact download with Bluetooth® wireless technology. During the pairing procedure you will
be required to send phonebook contacts
from your mobile phone (your phonebook is not automatically downloaded
during the phone pairing procedure).
If your mobile phone can send messages
through the Bluetooth® wireless technology, it is possible to read incoming
messages through the Blue&Me™ Nav
hands-free kit, to store them in the dedicated inbox or to delete them.
“Pull” phone means that your mobile
phone supports phonebook automatic
download with Bluetooth® wireless technology, your whole phonebook will be automatically downloaded to Blue&Me™
Nav during phone pairing procedure.
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List of Blue&Me™ Nav supported mobile phones
The following table lists the mobile phones that on the print date of this manual were accurately tested with Blue&Me™ Nav. For
these mobile phones, in section HANDS-FREE KIT - TROUBLESHOOTING you will find specific info for troubleshooting.
Make
Model
Audiovox®
®
Motorola
Automatic
Non-automatic
phonebook download phonebook download
●
SMT 5600 (OrangeTM C500)
V525
●
●
V600
●
●
V635
●
●
●
Mpx220
V3 Razr
●
●
6230
●
●
6230i
●
●
●
6600 (*)
6620
Nokia®
●
6820
●
●
6822a
●
●
7610
●
3230
●
9500 Communicator
●
(*)This mobile phone is unable to support call waiting with the hands-free kit installed on your car.
Additional mobile phones will be added to this list.
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Managing
message reading
Make
Samsung®
SonyEricsson®
Model
Automatic
Non-automatic
phonebook download phonebook download
Managing
message reading
SGH-i750
●
●
K700i
●
●
K750i
●
●
T610 (*)
●
●
T630 (*)
●
●
T637 (*)
●
●
Z600 (*)
●
●
S710a
●
●
(*)This mobile phone is unable to support call waiting with the hands-free kit installed on your car.
Additional mobile phones will be added to this list.
Note: Certain mobile phones included in the above list could not support the transmission of linked messages (SMS texts longer
than 160 characters). Refer to your mobile phone owner’s manual
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SUPPORTED USB MEMORY DEVICES
USB memory devices
Supported digital audio files
The media player supports most of the
USB memory devices: 1.0, 1.1 or 2.0. With
Blue&Me™ Nav media player the following USB devices are recommended:
The media player supports audio files with the following formats:
Extension
Audio coding
❒ Memorex® Travel Driver 256 MB USB
2.0
.wma
It supports standards WMA release 1 and WMA release 2.
(WMA2 = 353, WMA1 = 352). It supports audio formats WMA
Voice.
.mp3
file MPEG–1 Layer 3 (sampling frequencies: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and
48 kHz) and MPEG–2 layer 3 (16 kHz, 22.05 kHz e 24 kHz). The
following bit rates are supported: 16 kbps, 32 kbps, 64 kbps, 96
kbps, 128 kbps, and 192 kbps.
It also supports Fraunhofer extension MP2.5
(sampling frequencies: 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz and 12 kHz).
.wav
digital audio file, without data compression.
❒ Memorex® Travel Driver 1 GB USB 2.0
❒ SanDisk® Cruzer™ Micro 256 MB USB
2.0
❒ SanDisk® Cruzer™ Mini 256 MB / 1 GB
USB 2.0
❒ Lexar™ JumpDrive® 2.0 512 MB
❒ PNY® Attaché 256 MB USB 2.0
❒ Sony® Micro Vault®
Note
It is advisable not to use USB devices
equipped with the “password” function. If
the USB device is equipped with this function, always ensure that the function is disabled.
The media player supports just one media
library. When connecting a new USB device, Blue&Me™ Nav will build a new library replacing the existing one.
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Note
The media player does not support audio files compressed with other formats (e.g.:
.aac) and DRM (Digital Right Management) protected audio files. Non-supported audio files that may be present on the USB device will be ignored.
Supported playlist formats
The media player supports the following
playlist formats:
❒ .m3u – file containing a list of tracks.
(release 1 and 2)
❒ .wpl – Windows®-based file containing
a playlist. (playlist capacity limit for this
format is 300Kb). Playlists with extension .wpl can be built with Microsoft®
Windows Media® Player.
The media player does not support nested or linked playlists. Playlist tracks relative and absolute paths are supported.
Trade-marks
Microsoft® and Windows® are Microsoft Corporation registered trade-marks.
Sony® is a Sony Corporation registered trade-mark.
®
Ericsson is a Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson registered trade-mark.
Motorola® is a Motorola, Inc. registered trade-mark.
Nokia® is a Nokia Corporation registered trade-mark.
Siemens® is a Siemens AG registered trade-mark.
Orange™ is an Orange Personal Communications Services Limited registered trade-mark.
Audiovox® is an Audiovox Corporation registered trade-mark.
Bluetooth® is a Bluetooth® SIG, Inc registered trade-mark.
Lexar™ and JumpDrive® are Lexar Media, Inc. registered trade-marks.
SanDisk® and Cruzer™ are SanDisk Corporation registered trade-marks.
The other trade-marks are proprietary of the respective Companies.
The media player does not support
playlists built by application software based
on specific criteria.
The media player will play playlists with
paths leading to digital audio files in folders.
For further details on how to build
playlists for Blue&Me™ Nav, refer to
section PRACTICAL HINTS FOR USING
THE MEDIA PLAYER.
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VOICE COMMANDS (KEYWORDS) - SUMMARY
All the voice commands available with the Blue&Me™ Nav system are shown on the following pages. The “main” command is
shown in each case, followed by the possible synonyms.
ALWAYS AVAILABLE VOICE COMMANDS
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• Help
• Menu
Activates the “Help/Menu” function, that gives a list of voice commands available for the current context
• Cancel
Cancels voice interactions and deactivates the voice recognition system
• Repeat
Repeats the last spoken utterance
HANDS-FREE PHONE KIT VOICE COMMANDS
• Dial
• Dial a number
Activates the voice
recognition of a phone number
• One
Dials the digit “1”
• Two
Dials the digit “2”
• Three
Dials the digit “3”
• Four
Dials the digit “4”
• Pound
Equivalent to pressing “#”
• Five
Dials the digit “5”
• Delete
Deletes the last group of
numbers
• Six
Dials the digit “6”
• Start over
Deletes the phone number that you
pronounced and you can
restart dialling
• Seven
Dials the digit “7”
• Repeat
The system repeats the number that
you pronounced
• Eight
Dials the digit “8”
• Call
• Dial
Dials the phone number that you
pronounced
• Nine
Dials the digit “9”
• Zero
•O
Dials the digit “0”
• Plus
Equivalent to pressing “+”
• Star
Equivalent to pressing “*”
continues
➯
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➯ continued
• Call [Name]
• Call [Name]
[(at) Work /
(at) Home /
(on/at) Mobile / (on/at)
Cellular /
(on/at) Cell]
Starts the process to call a
contact in the phonebook,
transferred to the
hands-free kit
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• Nome
Name
Calls a contact.
In this keyword, Name
represents the full name
of acontact in your
phonebook
• (at) Work
Calls a contact “(at) Work”
• (at) Home
Calls a contact “(at) Home”
• (on/at) Mobile
• (on/at) Cellular
• (on/at) Cell
Calls a contact “(on/at) Mobile / (on/at)
Cellular / (on/at) Cell
• Telephone
• Phone
Activates the phone function and speaks helpful information for using the hands-free phone
• Callback
Dials the phone number of the last caller
• Redial
Dials the phone number of the last person called
MESSAGE READER VOICE COMMANDS
• Read last one
• Read last
• Read last message
• Read message
• Read last SMS text
• Read last text
• Read text
• Read SMS texts
• Read last one
• Read last
• Read last message
• Read message
• Read last SMS text
• Read last text
• Read text
• Read SMS texts
To read the last message received
• Message reader
• Messages
• SMS messages
• SMS texts
• SMS
• Texts
To open the MESSAGE READER
• Read
• Read again
To read the selected message in the
inbox
To read the last message received
• Call
• Dial
To start a call to the phone number of
the message selected
• Inbox
• Messages received
• Incoming messages
• Texts received
• Incoming texts
• Received
• Delete
• Delete message
To delete the call to the phone
number of the message selected
• Next
• Forward
• The one after
To read next message
• Previous
• Back
• Backwards
• The one before
To read previous message
• Reader off
• Switch off reader
• Switch reader off
• Deactivate reader
To switch the message reader off;
new incoming message will not be
signalled and will not be
transmitted to the system
• Visual and acoustic
signal
• Visual and acoustic
• Acoustic
• Visual plus acoustic
The arrival of a new message
will be both indicated through a
visual signal on the instrument
panel display and through an acoustic
signal (the system will sound a beep)
• Visual signal only
• Visual
• Visual only
The arrival of a new message will only be
indicated through a visual signal on the
instrument panel display
To display the inbox;
the system will display the first message
contained in the inbox.
• Delete all
• Delete messages
• Delete texts
• Delete
To delete all the messages
contained in the inbox; the system
will ask for confirmation before deleting
the messages.
• Signal type
• Signal
• Type of signal
To set the Signal type
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MEDIA PLAYER VOICE COMMANDS
• Media player
• Media
• Music
Enters the MEDIA PLAYER menu
• Play
• Play music
• Play media
Activates playback
• Stop
• Stop music
• Stop media
Stops playback
• Next
• Next track
• Next song
• The one after
Plays next track
• Previous
• Previous track
• Previous song
• The one before
Plays previous track
• Shuffle on
• Random order on
Activates random track playing
• Shuffle off
• Random order off
Deactivates random track playing
• Loop on
• Loop track on
• Cycle on
Activates track repeat
continues
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➯
➯ continued
• Loop off
• Loop track off
• Cycle off
Deactivates track repeat
• Now playing
• What’s playing
• What is playing
• What’s this track
Displays current track data
• Folders
• Folder
• Browse folders
Enters media player FOLDERS menu
• Artists
• Artist
• Browse artists
Enters media player ARTISTS menu
• Genres
• Genre
• Browse genres
• Type of music
• Styles
• Music styles
• Types
• Music types
Enters media player GENRES menu
• Albums
• Album
• Browse albums
Enters media player ALBUMS menu
• Playlists
• Playlist
• Browse playlists
Enters media player PLAYLISTS menu
continues
➯
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➯ continued
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• Autoplay on
• Autoplay media on
• Autoplay music on
Activates automatic playback when connecting the USB device to the relevant port in the car
• Autoplay off
• Autoplay media off
• Autoplay music off
Deactivates automatic playback when connecting the USB device to the relevant port in the car
• Play anything
• Play something
Activates playback of all digital audio tracks
• Media settings
Enters MEDIA PLAYER menu
NAVIGATION SYSTEM VOICE COMMANDS
• Navigation
• Navigator
Activate the NAVIGATION menu
• Next maneuver
• Maneuver
• Next
• Next maneuver
Repeat the last voice message
during navigation
• Resume navigation
• Resume
• Activate
• Navigate
Resume previously interrupted
navigation
• Arrival information
• Information
• Arrival
Provides an estimated time
of arrival and estimated distance
from destination
• Enter number
• Enter house
number
• Civic number
• Number
Used to enter destination
address house number
• Start
• Start
• Start navigation
Start navigating towards the
displayed destination
• Interrupt navigation
• Interrupt navigation
• Suspend
• Interrupt
• Local
• Locally
• Nearby
Used to select a point
of interest near the car
• Elsewhere
• Other place
• Other town/city
Used to select a point of interest
near a selected address
• Enter road
• Enter street
• Road
• Street
Interrupt a navigation session
• List
• List
• List POI
• List POIs
• List points of interest
• List points of interest
• List
• Airport
• Airports
• Bus station
• Bus
• Coach
• Bus station
• Bus stations
• Ferry terminal
• Ferries
• Boats
• Ferry terminal
• Hospital
• Hospitals
• New destination
• New
• New
• Destination
• New route
Call up the menu to enter
a destination
Used to enter name of
destination road/street
• Address
Used to enter a destination
address
• Points of interest
• POI
• Select POI
• Select points of interest
• Select
• City centre
• Centre
Start navigating to the
town/city centre
• Park and ride
• Car park
• Car parks
• Police station
• Police station
• Car Rental Agencies
• Car rental
continued
➯
Used to enter a Points of interest
for a destination
Provides a voice
list of available
categories of
points of interest
Select the Airport
category
Select the Bus
Station category
Select the Ferry
Terminal category
Select the
Hospital category
Select the
Park&Ride
category
Select the Car
Park category
Select the Police
Station category
Select the Car
Rental Agencies
category
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➯ continues
• Picnic area
• Navigation
• Navigator
Activate the NAVIGATION menu
• Recent destinations
Call up one a recent
destination set
• Navigation settings
• Next maneuver
• Maneuver
• Next
• Next maneuver
Repeat the last voice message
during navigation
• Start
• Navigate
Use to set preferences for
the type of route
• Vehicle position
Provides an indication of
latitude, longitude and number
of GPS satellites visible
• Route simulation
• Simulation
Simulates the set route
• Type of route
• Type of route
• Set type of route
• Route
Set the type of route
• Set motorways
• Motorways
Include or exclude motorways
from the route calculation
• Set ferries
• Ferries
• Boats
Include or exclude ferries
from the route calculation
• Set tolls
• Tolls
• Set toll
• Toll
Include or exclude toll roads from
the route calculation
• Dictate destination
• Dictate
• Dictate destination
Enable or disable completion
of the destination by voice.
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Start navigating towards the
displayed destination
• Forward
• Next
• Train Station
• Train station
• Trains
• Vehicle service
• Vehicle service
Select the Picnic
Area category
Select the Train
Station category
Select the Vehicle
Service category
Display the next destination
in the list
• Back
• Previous
• Petrol station
• Service stations
• Petrol station
• Petrol stations
Select the Service
Station category
Display the previous destination in the list
• Delete
Delete the displayed
destination
• Delete all
Delete all the destinations
in the list
• Chemist
• Chemists
Select the
Chemist category
• Restaurant
• Restaurants
Select the
Restaurant
category
• Hotel
Select the Hotel
category
SETTINGS FUNCTION VOICE COMMANDS
• Setup
• Setup menu
• Settings
Enters the SETTINGS menu
• User data
Enters the MEDIA
PLAYER menu
• Shuffle
• Random order
Deletes user data for pairing
relationships
• Delete phone book
Deletes the current phonebook
• Download phone book
Downloads phonebook from mobile phone to
hands-free phone system
Note “Pull” phones only (*)
Enters the USER DATA menu
• Pairing
• Media settings
• Delete users
Starts the process to create
a pairing relationship
• Update
• Updates
Activates Blue&Me™ Nav
updating
• Add Contacts
Adds contacts from mobile phone to
hands-free phone system
Nota “Push” phones only (**)
• Reset all
Deletes all paired phone user data
and phonebooks/contacts and restores default values
Shuffle on/off
• Loop
• Loop track
• Cycle
Loop on/off
• Pause Update
• Pause Updates
• Interrupt Updates
• Interrupt Update
Pauses temporarily the current
updating procedure
• Resume Update
• Resume Updates
Resumes the previously paused
updating procedure
• Device ID
Displays the device ID
• Connection code
• Connection ID
Enters the GPRS CODE menu
• Advanced Features
• Advanced Options
Enters the ADVANCED OPTIONS menu
• Autoplay
• Autoplay media
• Autoplay music
Autoplay on/off when connecting
the USB device to the relevant
port in the car
• Exit
Exits the SETTINGS menu
(*) Pull” phone means that your mobile phone supports phonebook automatic download
with Bluetooth® wireless technology, your whole phonebook will be automatically downloaded to the hands-free kit during phone pairing procedure.
(**) “Push” phone means that your mobile phone supports the single contact download
with Bluetooth® wireless technology. During the pairing procedure you will be required
to send phonebook contacts from your mobile phone (your phonebook is not automatically downloaded during the phone pairing procedure).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
HANDS-FREE KIT
General - display screen
Problem
Display screen shows:
NO PHONEBOOK FOUND
Or the system says:
“As requested, the phonebook has not
been copied. To copy the phonebook
onto the system go to
SETTINGS menu and select
“USER DATA”. To dial a phone
number, say “Dial”.”
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Probable Cause
Possible Solution
For “pull” phones
❒ When the system asked “The data
from the phonebook will now be
copied onto the system. Continue?”,
you responded with “No”
❒ You have not downloaded your
phonebook via the SETTINGS
menu
❒ The downloaded phonebook was
deleted
For “pull” phones
❒ Use the option COPY PHONEBOOK in the SETTINGS menu to
download the phonebook again
❒ Enter contact information in the
phonebook on your mobile phone
and then download the phonebook
again
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
For “push” phones
❒ When the system asked “The data
from the phonebook will now be
copied onto the system. Continue?”,
you responded with “No”.
❒ You have not sent contacts to the
system using the ADD
CONTACTS procedure
❒ The downloaded phonebook was
deleted
For “push” phones
❒ Use the option ADD
CONTACTS in the SETTINGS
menu to send contacts in the
phonebook on your mobile phone
to the system
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
Problem
Display screen shows:
PHONEBOOK EMPTY
Or the system says “Phonebook empty.
To add contacts to the phonebook, go
to the SETTINGS menu and select
“USER DATA”. To dial a phone number,
say “DIAL.”
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
For “pull” phones
❒ You answered “Yes” to “The data
from the phonebook will now be
copied onto the system. Continue?”
but the downloaded phonebook
does not include any valid contacts
❒ You have used the option
COPY PHONEBOOK in the
SETTINGS menu, but the mobile
phone phonebook does not include
any valid contacts
For “pull” phones
❒ Enter valid contact information
(name and one phone number at
least) in the phonebook on your
mobile phone, then download the
phonebook again
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
For “push” phones
❒ When the system asked “The data
from the phonebook will now be
copied onto the system. Continue?”,
you answered “Yes” but did not
send any valid contacts during the
ADD CONTACTS procedure
❒ You used the ADD CONTACTS
option but did not send any valid
contacts to the system
For “push” phones
❒ Download the phonebook again and
make sure to send valid contacts to
the system, using your mobile phone,
when prompted
❒ Use the option ADD CONTACTS
in the SETTINGS menu to send
contacts from your mobile phone
to the system
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
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Problem
Display screen shows: NO PHONE
CONNECTED
Or the system says
“There’s no bluetooth phone connected”
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
❒ The paired mobile phone is turned
off
❒ The paired mobile phone is not
within range of the system
(the mobile phone should be located
within approximately 10 m of the
system)
❒ Turn the paired mobile phone on
❒ Make sure that your phone is paired
❒ Make sure that the Bluetooth®
wireless technology connection on
your mobile phone is enabled
(“Blue&Me” or ID)
❒ Make sure that the mobile phone
you paired with the system is within
range
❒ Bluetooth® wireless technology
connection has been disabled on
your mobile phone
(“Blue&Me” ID)
Display screen shows: PHONE
DISCONNECTED
❒ A technical error occurred
with the mobile phone
Bluetooth® wireless technology
capabilities
❒ During an ongoing phone
conversation, the mobile phone
was taken out of the system range
Display screen shows: PAIRING FAILED ❒ A technical error occurred during
the pairing procedure
Or the system says “Pairing failed.
Please try again”
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❒ Reset Blue&Me™ Nav by turning
the mobile phone off and on
❒ Reset Blue&Me™ Nav by turning
the ignition key to STOP and then
to MAR again
❒ Verify the correct PIN number, and
try entering it again
❒ Reset the mobile phone by turning it
off and on, and then retry the pairing
procedure
SETTING FUNCTIONS PAIRING YOUR MOBILE PHONE
Problem
Probable Cause
Display screen shows: PAIRING FAILED After three minutes, each attempt to
enter the PIN number fails since
Or the system says “Bluetooth pairing
pairing timed out
timed out. Please try again later.”
Display screen shows:
INCOMING CALL PRIVATE
NUMBER
Display screen shows: FUNCTION
ENABLED ONLY WHEN VEHICLE
STATIONARY
Or the system says:
“This function is only available
when the vehicle is stationary”
Possible Solution
Retry the pairing procedure. During the
PIN entering step, verify that the PIN
number you are entering on the mobile
phone is the same number that is shown
on the instrument panel display
SETTING FUNCTIONS PAIRING YOUR MOBILE PHONE
❒ The caller is not recognized as a
name stored in the phonebook,
and the paired mobile phone does
not have a called ID feature
❒ The caller has blocked caller ID
to prevent the system from
displaying the caller’s name
and/or phone number
Enter a contact in your mobile
phonebook for the incoming call,
and then download your phonebook/
contact again
Even occasional short viewings of the
car display may be hazardous if your
attention has been diverted away from
your driving tasks. Certain Blue&Me™
Nav functions, which require the user
to give attention to the car display, are
only available when the car is stopped
Stop your car and attempt to perform
the function again manually,
or continue driving and perform the
function using the voice recognition
system
In this case, nothing can be done and
the message will always appear
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Problem
The system did not respond to voice
command or key press
Probable Cause
❒ If you do not speak soon enough
after pressing , the system
will interrupt voice interaction
❒ If you are speaking too far from
the in-car microphone (for example, if
you are sitting in the back seat), the
system may not hear your voice
command
Possible Solution
❒ Press and pronounce the voice
command again
Make sure that you face forward and
speak clearly at a normal volume
❒ If you don’t wait for the tone after
pressing , the system will get only
a portion of the keyword
and will misrecognize it
❒ If you don’t press before
pronouncing a voice command,
the system will not activate voice
recognition and therefore recognize
your voice commands
❒ If you don’t press ß/MAIN to
enter the Main Menu, it will not be
possible to access manually the
Blue&Me™ Nav menu
❒ If after pressing ß/MAIN, you
don’t take action within approx.
eight seconds, the system will not
respond to your key press
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❒ Press ß/MAIN and try the operation
again. Make sure to take action within
approximately eight seconds after
pressing ß/MAIN
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
The system prompted to enter a PIN
number, but no phone pairing
procedure was running
After you delete the pairing-related
user information on your mobile
phone, the Bluetooth® pairing
relationship between your mobile
phone and Blue&Me™ Nav will no
longer work
Select option DELETE USERS on
the system and delete all pairings; then,
pair the phone again
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
SETTING FUNCTIONS - PAIRING
YOUR MOBILE PHONE
When in close proximity of the car,
answering a phone call directly using
the mobile phone “answer” button, will
automatically activate the free-hands
phone function (the caller’s voice is
played through the car speakers)
Some types of mobile phones require
you to set the phone to choose
between automatic incoming call
transfer to the system or
non-automatic incoming call transfer
(you will transfer the call using the
mobile phone keypad, as required)
Refer to your mobile phone owner’s
manual to find out how to set up the
default location for phone audio when a
phone call is received
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Problem
Pairing a paired mobile phone,
the display screen shows:
Pair. failed
Probable Cause
Before re-pairing with a mobile phone,
information for the first pairing on
Blue&Me™ Nav must be deleted
Remember that the pairing procedure
will only need to be performed once for
your mobile phone. After this
procedure, Blue&Me™ Nav will
automatically connect to your phone
each time you get into the car and turn
the ignition key to MAR.
To pair the phone again, select
DELETE USERS and then re-pair
the phone
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
SETTING FUNCTIONS - PAIRING
YOUR MOBILE PHONE
The system does not support the use
of prefixes, suffixes, or middle
names/initials when calling
contacts by voice
When calling contacts by voice,
pronounce the contact’s name without
using prefixes, suffixes or, middle
names/initials.
If you have two entries with similar first
and/or last name in your phonebook,
modify one of the entries in the mobile
phone to make it unique.
Then, re-download the phonebook to
the hands-free phone system
Or the system says
“Pairing failed. Please try again”
After downloading the phonebook
from the mobile phone contacts’ middle
names/initials, prefixes or suffixes
are not recognized by the voice
recognition system
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Possible Solution
Problem
Phone numbers containing
international dialling codes
(e.g.: +39 Italy, +44 UK,
+33 France, etc.) are difficult to call
Probable Cause
On certain mobile phones, when
downloading names and/phone
numbers to the hands-free system,
the sign “+” is omitted
Possible Solution
Replace “+” with “00”
(e.g.: +39 becomes 0039).
Phone-specific: Audiovox® / Orange™
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
Models: Audiovox® SMT 5600/Orange™
(HTC) C500
In the list of Bluetooth® wireless
technology enabled devices select
“Blue&Me” (name identifying the
Blue&Me™ Nav system installed on
your car)
In order for the Bluetooth®
connection to work properly,
the phone must recognize the car
system as hands-free device
After completing the pairing procedure,
select “Blue&Me” from the list of
Bluetooth® wireless
technology enabled devices.
Press the MENU button on the keypad
and select option 4 (“Set device as
Hands-free”), then press ß/MAIN to
establish the Bluetooth® connection
In certain cases, it is not possible to
call the numbers in the
LAST CALLS list
On certain mobile phones the sign
“+” of the international dialling code
is omitted
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The paired phone, sometimes disconnects
and re-connects to the car hands-free
phone system for no apparent reason
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Phone-specific: Motorola®
Problem
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Probable Cause
Possible Solution
When using a paired Motorola®,
mobile phone, the different location
commands are not recognized
by Blue&Me™ Nav
Motorola® mobile phones do not
provide location information to the
hands-free system when downloading
the phonebook
Edit the contact information in your
mobile phone phonebook. If a person
has multiple numbers, you can create a
separate contact entry for each phone
number.
In each entry, append the contact’s
name with \H, \W or \M, as follows:
❒ Contact’s Name\H this entry will
represent the contact’s “Home”
number
❒ Contact’s Name\W this entry
will represent the contact’s
“Work” number
❒ Contact’s Name\M this entry
will represent the contact’s
“Mobile” number
After creating separate entries for
persons with multiple numbers,
delete the phonebook on the
hands-free phone and download
your updated phonebook
After doing this, the different
location commands will be directly
recognized by the system
Sometimes the car hands-free phone
does not produce a ring tone at an
incoming call
Models: Motorola® V600
When the mobile phone sound setting
is set to “vibrate”, the hands-free
phone system does not produce ring
tones
Make sure that your mobile phone
sound setting is not set to “vibrate”
while it is paired and connected to
the hands-free phone system
Problem
While handling two phone conversations
via call waiting, when pressing &
/ESC
only the current phone conversation
is set to call waiting mode
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
This is due to the specific features of
these mobile phones
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Models: Motorola® V600 or V525
Missed calls are not listed in
the LAST CALLS
Models: Motorola® V600 or V525
On these mobile phones, missed calls
are included in the list of incoming
calls
PHONE FUNCTIONS MAKING A PHONE CALL
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Phone-specific: Nokia®
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
Before establishing a connection with
Blue&Me™ Nav paired Nokia® mobile
phone, the phone display screen prompts
with a confirmation message
(e.g.:“Accept connection request)
Nokia® mobile phones do not allow
Blue&Me™ Nav to automatically
establish the Bluetooth® wireless
technology connection
To establish connection you must set
your mobile phone
On your mobile phone navigate to
“Connectivity” → “Bluetooth®”.
Select the next menu using the key
on the right side. Select “Blue&Me”
and then “Authorized”
During an active phone call on the
hands-free phone system of the car,
the Bluetooth® wireless technology
connection is disconnected when pressing
button SRC/OK to switch the audio
output from the device to the mobile phone
Pressing SRC/OK during an active
phone call on this type of phone disconnects the Bluetooth® wireless
technology connection
The phone call is still active on the
mobile phone. If you wish to
reconnect and use the hands-free kit
again, press ß/MAIN
Models: Nokia® 6820, 6230, 7610 or 6600
While handling two phone conversations
via call waiting on a Nokia® mobile phone,
when pressing SRC/OK to transfer
audio output to the mobile phone, only one
of the phone conversations is transferred
When pressing SRC/OK to switch the
audio output of the phone conversation
from the Nokia® mobile phone
to the hands-free kit, nothing happens
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The ability to transfer audio output
for two active phone conversations
to the mobile phone is not supported
by the system when paired with a
Nokia® mobile phone
–
–
Press ß/MAIN or to reconnect the
phone conversation to the
hands-free feature
Problem
Adding contacts from the mobile phone
to Blue&Me™ Nav does not work
Models: Nokia® 7610
When receiving a phone call on the paired
mobile phone, caller’s info is displayed
on the multifunction display, but the ring
tone is only produced a few seconds later
Probable Cause
This mobile phone can add contacts
only when entries are saved on the
SIM card
Possible Solution
Transfer your contact entries from
the phone memory to the SIM card
and then select ADD CONTACTS
and try transfer contacts again
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
This is due to the specific features
of these mobile phones ring tones
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Models: Nokia® 6230, 6600
When receiving a phone call on the paired
mobile phone, caller’s info is displayed on
the multifunction display, but no ring tone
is produced
This is due to the specific features
of this mobile phone ring tones
–
Models: Nokia® 6230
After downloading the paired mobile
phone phonebook, some phone numbers
of contacts having multiple numbers
are not present on
Blue&Me™ Nav
This model downloads the phonebook
like pull phones and not like push
phones.
For this reason, for each contact only
the predefined entry is downloaded
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Models: Nokia® 6230 (firmware 5.35)
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Problem
After receiving, answering and
ending a second call, the multifunction
display shows INCOMING CALL
PRIVATE NUMBER, instead of the
phone number corresponding to the
first call
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
In this specific case, the system is not
able to identify which phone call is
ended
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Models: Nokia® 6600
Sometimes when trying to use this phone
with Blue&Me™ Nav, using the ß/MAIN
button, the message SEARCHING
CONNECTION is displayed before
the connection is implemented
The connection between this mobile
phone and Blue&Me™ Nav sometimes may deactivate
Wait for connection.
To prevent recurring of this problem,
reset the mobile phone by turning it
off and on again
On this mobile phone the ring tone of
the second incoming call is very low
The ring tone of the second incoming
call will always be lower than
normal. Try to turn up the ring tone
volume
Models: Nokia® 6600
No ring tone is produced when receiving
a second incoming call
Models: Nokia® 6820
Pressing ß/MAIN for over 1 second to
reject a second incoming call, disconnects
also the current phone conversation
This behavior depends on the specific
features of this mobile phone
–
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Models: Nokia 6820
When answering an incoming call using
the mobile phone keypad, sometimes the
mobile phone disconnects from
Blue&Me™ Nav and the phone
conversationhas to be continued on the
mobile phone instead of the hands-free
feature
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Models: Nokia® 7610
For certain software versions of this
mobile phone, answering a call using
the keypad will automatically
disconnect the mobile phone from the
hands-free kit
Answer the incoming call by pressing
ß/MAIN
Phone-specific: Sony-Ericsson®
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
–
❒ Reset the mobile phone by turning it
off and on again to restore
connection with Blue&Me™ Nav
❒ Reset the mobile phone by turning it
off, removing the phone battery and
then placing it back in, and
then turning it on again
Occasionally, Blue&Me™ Nav does not
detect the mobile phone and it is unable
to make a hands-free phone call
Models: Sony–Ericsson® Z600
When using call waiting to answer an
incoming call during an ongoing phone
call conversation, sometimes
Blue&Me™ Nav disconnects the
ongoing phone conversation
–
Models: Sony–Ericsson® T610
Downloading the phonebook from the
mobile phone to Blue&Me™ Nav
does not work
Models: Sony–Ericsson® Z600
This mobile phone can download
contact entries only if they are saved
on the phone memory
After you hang up the other phone call
that was received via call waiting, the
mobile phone displays a message that
asks if you wish to retrieve the call.
Confirm using the mobile phone keypad
Transfer your contact entries from the
SIM card to the mobile phone memory.
Delete the phonebook from
Blue&Me™ Nav, by selecting the
option DELETE PHONEBOOK.
Then download the phonebook again
selecting the option COPY PHONEBOOK
SETTING FUNCTIONS MANAGING USER DATA AND
PHONEBOOK
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Problem
When getting into the car during a phone
conversation, after turning the key to
MAR, the phone conversation is not
switched automatically to the
hands-free phone system
Probable Cause
This mobile phone requires a specific
setting for transferring automatically
the audio output to an external
Bluetooth® wireless technology
device
Possible Solution
–
Models: Sony–Ericsson® Z600
After pairing the mobile phone,
the hands-free phone system
keeps in memory only the last
20 calls
This is the max. number of calls that
can be stored
–
Models: Sony–Ericsson® Z600
After connecting and disconnecting
the mobile phone, the carrier’s name
is no longer displayed on the instrument
panel display
®
Model: Sony–Ericsson T637
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–
To prevent this problem, after turning
the mobile phone on, wait for 30
seconds at least before connecting it to
the hands-free kit
MESSAGE READER
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
I receive SMS messages on the
cellular telephone but not on
Blue&Me™ Nav
Not all cellular telephones support SMS
messages transfer to Blue&Me™ Nav
Check that your cellular telephone
supports the function for transmitting SMS
Messages by Bluetooth technology or, for
further information, see chapter “LIST OF
TELEPHONE SETS
SUPPORTED BY Blue&Me™ Nav”,
or site www.fiat.com
SMS texts received from your phone
carrier service center show abnormal
displaying of sender's name or number
Not all mobile phones support correct
transfer of the phone carrier's name
sending the SMS text to Blue&Me™ Nav
Blue&Me™ Nav stopped receiving
messages from your cellular
telephone
You might have set by mistake
the option NOT ACTIVE from menu
notification settings
–
Set, on menu notification settings,
either VISUAL+ACOUSTIC notification
or NOT VISUAL notification
READER FUNCTIONS
SMS MESSAGES, paragraph
NOTIFICATION SETTINGS
You cannot display some SMS
messages, present on your cellular
telephone, on Blue&Me™ Nav SMS
message list
Blue&Me™ Nav is capable to read
and store last 20 received SMS
messages while the telephone set is
connected to the system. Messages
received in other contexts are not
transferred to Blue&Me™ Nav
SMS messages stored by Blue&Me™ Nav
can be deleted
READER FUNCTIONS SMS
MESSAGES, paragraphs SMS MESSAGES
MANAGEMENT AND DELETING ALL
SMS MESSAGES
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Problem
Some SMS messages or part of
them are not read, or are not
correctly read by Blue&Me™ Nav
hands-free kit
Some “special” characters within
received SMS message, cannot be
interpreted by Blue&Me™ Nav
Blue&Me™ Nav SMS messages reader
displays sender telephone number
instead of sender name
Probably, during portable phone
registration step, you chose not to
download the telephone book, or, if
your portable phone only supports the
management of single contacts, you
chose to download some contacts only
Sometimes received SMS message
sender cannot be called
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Probable Cause
Some SMS messages, e.g. the ones sent
by telephone operator, have no associated sender telephone number, so option CALL cannot be used
Possible Solution
–
To download your cellular telephone
book, refer to special item on menu
Settings
SETTING FUNCTIONS, paragraphs
CELLULAR TELEPHONE
REGISTRATION and USER DATA MANAGEMENT
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MEDIA PLAYER
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
❒ No USB device connected to the
USB port in the car.
❒ No digital audio file stored on the
USB memory device.
❒ If power supply is interrupted,
(e.g.: car battery disconnection),
Blue&Me™ Nav will loose power
temporarily. In this event media library shall be rebuilt
❒ Follow the instructions to connect
your USB device to Blue&Me™ Nav.
❒ Store digital audio files on your USB
memory devices following the
instructions given by your media file
software.
❒ Remove the USB device from the
USB port and refit it to
build again the media library.
❒ Your USB memory device is not
supported by Blue&Me™ Nav.
❒ Check whether your USB device
is supported by Blue&Me™ Nav.
After connecting your USB device and
turnin the ignition key to MAR, no music
is played
Building the media library may require
a few minutes.
Wait for library building.
If the time required to build the library
is excessive, you can intervene by
reducing the number of audio files
stored on your USB device.
After inserting a USB device
and turning the car key to the MAR
position, Blue&Me™ Nav malfunctions
occur. (e.g. failure to reproduce musical
tracks or no voice messages)
You may have used a USB device with
the PASSWORD function enabled.
Disable on the USB device such
function.
Displayed message:
NO MEDIA FOUND
Or Blue&Me™ Nav says:
“No media found”
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Problem
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Probable Cause
Possible Solution
Displayed message:
NO PLAYLISTS FOUND
Or Blue&Me™ Nav says:
“No playlist found”
No playlist is stored on the USB
device connected
Build a playlist on your computer using your
media file software and then copy it to your USB
device
Displayed message:
INVALID PLAYLIST
Playlist is damaged or invalid
❒ Make sure the playlist is in .m3u or .wpl format.
❒ Build the playlist again following the instructions
given in section BUILDING PLAYLISTS FOR
Blue&Me™ Nav - PRACTICAL HINTS.
❒ If the problem persists, delete the playlist from
your USB device.
Displayed message:
EMPTY PLAYLIST
Or Blue&Me™ Nav says:
“Empty playlist.”
❒ No media file is contained
in the playlist
❒ The .wpl file is too large for
Blue&Me™ Nav memory capacity
❒ The playlist does not contain
references to media files on your
USB device
❒ Delete the playlist from your
USB device or copy media files to the playlist
using your media file
software.
❒ Reduce the number of tracks
in the playlist, using your media file software.
Displayed message: BAD MEDIA
Digital audio file is damaged or invalid
Delete bad media from your USB device
Indication on sound
system display:
MEDIAPLAYER
in absence of USB device
connected to the car USB port
The USB device has been removed
from the car USB port with the
ignition key at STOP
❒ To change the current audio source, press button
SRC/OK or the dedicated buttons FM, AM,
CD on the sound system front panel.
❒ With ignition key at MAR, insert and then
remove the USB device from the car USB port.
❒ To avoid displaying of MEDIAPLAYER
indication in absence of USB device, always
remove the USB device when the ignition key is
at MAR, or stop playback (with voice command
STOP) before removing the USB device from
the car USB port.
Problem
Probable Cause
Displayed message:
PROTECTED CONTENT
Or Blue&Me™ Nav says:
“Protected content”.
The track selected is DRM-protected
and it cannot be played by
the media player
Blue&Me™ Nav does not play all the
digital audio files in the playlist
Your playlist contains DRM-protected
files that cannot be played; or it
contains references to invalid media
files
The media library does not show
all the digital audio files stored
on the USB device
❒ Your playlist contains DRMprotected files that are ignored
during playback
❒ Your playlist contains more than
20.000 tracks, that is the max.
number of files that can be copied
to the media library.
❒ The playlist stored on your USB
device contains more than 20
nested folders.
Nested folders files will not be
copied to the media library.
After pronouncing a command,
Blue&Me™ Nav says:
“Command not available”, although
the command you prompt is a first
level voice command
Certain commands are not available
when the track is paused or the CD
player is playing a track
Possible Solution
–
For further details see section
“SUPPORTED USB MEMORY DEVICES”
–
If the track is paused, resume
/ESC.
playback by pressing &
Then pronounce the voice command
again.
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Problem
The same USB memory device
previously connected takes
more than 10 seconds to restart
playback on Blue&Me™ Nav
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Probable Cause
Possible Solution
You removed the USB memory device
from the PC before it was ready
To reset the USB memory device using
Microsoft® Windows® XP, click on My
Computer in the Start menu, click
rightwards on the USB memory device,
select Properties, select Tools, click
on key “Check Now...” in field
“Error-checking”, select “Automatically fix
file system errors” and then click Start.
To avoid future problems, remove the
USB device using the option “Secure
hardware removal”.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Problem
The display indicates:
INSERT USB MEMORY
WITH MAPS
Probable Cause
❒ No USB device is connected
❒ The USB device connected does not
contain map data
❒ The USB device is faulty or connected
incorrectly
The display indicates:
WAIT… NO GPS SIGNAL
❒ GPS signal reception could be hindered if the car is located beneath
trees, among tall buildings, in covered
car parks or in tunnels.
❒ The battery has been disconnected
(e.g. during servicing).
❒ A system fault may have occurred or
the GPS aerial may have been disconnected.
Possible Solution
❒ Insert the USB connecting the
Blue&Me™ Nav maps in the USB
port.
❒ Check that the USB device in use the
same one received in the
Blue&Me™ Nav navigation set or
check that the maps for
Blue&Me™ Nav are loaded on the
USB device.
❒ Check the USB device is properly
connected.
❒ Check that the USB device used is
the same one included in the
Blue&Me™ Nav navigation set.
❒ Try to load the map data onto a new
USB device using the Blue&Me™
Nav Map Assistant software on
the map CD-ROM (see the
Blue&Me™ Nav Map Assistant
quick guide in the Blue&Me™ Nav
navigation set).
❒ Move the car to an open area where
the GPS signal reception is good, or
wait until the obstacle has passed if
the vehicle is moving.
❒ Wait at least 15 minutes to allow the
system to calculate the correct GPS
position again.
❒ Consult a Fiat dealer.
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Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
The display indicates:
ROUTE CALCULATION
NOT POSSIBLE
The car is located in a country or region
whose maps are not present on the USB
device and the destination entered is not
therefore available.
Ensure that the preloaded map software
contains all the countries or regions required
to define the required route (from the car’s
current position to the destination).
It is not possible to call the telephone
number for a point of interest
(e.g. Restaurant)
❒ The mobile phone registered is off.
❒ Turn on the mobile phone.
❒ Your Bluetooth mobile phone is not
registered
❒ Register the mobile phone.
It is not possible to delete the list
of RECENT DESTINATIONS
®
SETTING FUNCTIONS – REGISTER
MOBILE PHONE.
❒ The registered mobile phone is not
within the system’s radius of action (it
must be located within 10 metres of
the system).
❒ The Bluetooth® connection between
the system and mobile phone has been
disabled on your mobile phone
(“Blue&Me” identifier).
❒ Ensure the mobile phone you have
registered on the car’s handsfree
system is within the system’s radius of
action.
❒ The telephone number of the selected
point of interest is not available on the
map.
❒
Incorrect selection of the deletion
function
You can delete the entire list of recent destinations by selecting the DELETE ALL
option or by speaking the command
“delete all” with voice interaction.
❒ Ensure that the Bluetooth® connection to the car’s handsfree system
(“Blue&Me” identifier) is activated on
your mobile phone.
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NAVIGATION FUNCTIONS –
RECENT DESTINATIONS
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PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
The functions offered by the Blue&Me™ Nav device involve the processing of personal data. To protect unauthorised access to
this information, the device has been constructed to ensure that:
❒ Personal data linked to the handsfree functions (phonebook, recent calls and text message inbox) are accessible only following
automatic recognition of the user’s mobile phone by means of Bluetooth® technology;
❒ Personal data on the device (phonebook, recent calls, text message inbox and recent destinations) may be deleted using specific
Blue&Me™ Nav functions.
For further information on the deletion of personal data (phonebook, recent calls and text message inbox), refer to the section
SETTING FUNCTIONS – USER DATA.
For further information on deleting recent destinations, refer to the section NAVIGATION FUNCTIONS – RECENT DESTINATIONS.
IMPORTANT When leaving your car in a service centre, remember that the personal data stored on the Blue&Me™ Nav
(phonebook and recent cars, text message inbox and recent destinations), may be recorded or subject to improper use. Before
leaving your car in a service centre, you will be able to delete registered user data and phonebook data stored in the Blue&Me™
Nav.
For further information on the deletion of user data, phonebook, and text message inbox, refer to the section SETTING FUNCTIONS – USER DATA.
For further information on deleting recent destinations, refer to the section NAVIGATION FUNCTIONS – RECENT DESTINATIONS.
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engineering or other unauthorized use of the software from this system in violation of the license agreement is strictly prohibited
and may subject you to legal action.
WARNING Hacking the Blue&Me™ Nav device or installing unapproved software may lead to warranty void and compromises
of safety and of the security of stored information.
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– Consent to Use of Data. You agree that Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent may
collect and use technical information gathered in any manner as part of product support services related to the SOFTWARE. Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent may use this information solely to improve their
products or to provide customized services or technologies to you. Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or
their designated agent may disclose this information to others, but not in a form that personally identifies you.
– Internet-Based Services Components. The SOFTWARE may contain components that enable and facilitate the use of certain Internet-based services. You acknowledge and agree that Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent may automatically check the version of the SOFTWARE and/or its components that you are utilizing and may provide upgrades or supplements to the SOFTWARE that may be automatically downloaded to your DEVICE.
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– Additional Software/Services. The SOFTWARE may permit Fiat Auto S.p.A., Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent to provide or make available to you SOFTWARE updates, supplements, add-on components,
or Internet-based services components of the SOFTWARE after the date you obtain your initial copy of the SOFTWARE (“Supplemental Components”).
– If Fiat Auto S.p.A. provides or makes available to you Supplemental Components and no other EULA terms are provided along
with the Supplemental Components, then the terms of this EULA shall apply.
– If Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent make available Supplemental Components,
and no other EULA terms are provided, then the terms of this EULA shall apply, except that the Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software
Suppliers or affiliate entity providing the Supplemental Component(s) shall be the licensor of the Supplemental Component(s).
– Fiat Auto S.p.A., Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent reserve the right to discontinue any Internet-based services provided to you or made available to you through the use of the SOFTWARE.
– Links to Third Party Sites. The SOFTWARE may provide you with the ability to link to third party sites through the use of
the SOFTWARE. The third party sites are not under the control of Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or
their designated agent. Neither Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers nor their affiliates nor their designated agent are responsible for (i) the contents of any third party sites, any links contained in third party sites, or any changes or updates to third party sites, or (ii) webcasting or any other form of transmission received from any third party sites. If the SOFTWARE provides
links to third party sites, those links are provided to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply an
endorsement of the third party site by Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and/or their designated agent.
UPGRADES AND RECOVERY MEDIA
– If the SOFTWARE is provided by Fiat Auto S.p.A. separate from the DEVICE on media such as a ROM chip, CD ROM disk(s) or
via web download or other means, and is labeled “For Upgrade Purposes Only” you may install one (1) copy of such SOFTWARE onto the DEVICE as a replacement copy for the existing SOFTWARE, and use it in accordance with this EULA, including
any additional EULA terms accompanying the upgrade SOFTWARE.
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
All title and intellectual property rights in and to the SOFTWARE (including but not limited to any images, photographs, animations, video, audio, music, text and “applets,” incorporated into the SOFTWARE), the accompanying printed materials, and any copies
of the SOFTWARE, are owned by Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates or suppliers. The SOFTWARE is licensed,
not sold. You may not copy the printed materials accompanying the SOFTWARE. All title and intellectual property rights in and
to the content which may be accessed through use of the SOFTWARE is the property of the respective content owner and may be
protected by applicable copyright or other intellectual property laws and treaties. This EULA grants you no rights to use such content. All rights not specifically granted under this EULA are reserved by Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates and
suppliers. Use of any on-line services which may be accessed through the SOFTWARE may be governed by the respective terms of
use relating to such services. If this SOFTWARE contains documentation that is provided only in electronic form, you may print
one copy of such electronic documentation.
EXPORT RESTRICTIONS
You acknowledge that the SOFTWARE is subject to U.S. and European Union export jurisdiction. You agree to comply with all
applicable international and national laws that apply to the SOFTWARE, including the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, as well
as end-user, end-use and destination restrictions issued by U.S. and other governments.
– TRADEMARKS. This EULA does not grant you any rights in connection with any trademarks or service marks of Fiat Auto S.p.A.,
Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, their affiliates or suppliers.
– PRODUCT SUPPORT. Product support for the SOFTWARE is not provided by Fiat Auto S.p.A.’s Software Suppliers, or
their affiliates or subsidiaries. For product support, please refer to Fiat Auto S.p.A. support number provided in the documentation for the DEVICE. Should you have any questions concerning this EULA, or if you desire to contact Fiat Auto S.p.A. for any
other reason, please refer to the address provided in the documentation for the DEVICE.
– No Liability for Certain Damages. EXCEPT AS PROHIBITED BY LAW, FIAT AUTO S.p.A’S SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS AND
THEIR AFFILIATES SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE. THIS LIMITATION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL FIAT AUTO S.p.A’S
SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS AND/OR THEIR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY AMOUNT IN EXCESS OF U.S. TWO HUNDRED
FIFTY DOLLARS (U.S.$250.00).
– FOR APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTIES AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO YOUR PARTICULAR JURISDICTION, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR WARRANTY BOOKLET INCLUDED WITH THIS PACKAGE OR PROVIDED WITH THE SOFTWARE PRINTED MATERIALS.
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Fiat Auto S.p.A - Quality - Assistenza Tecnica
Ingegneria Assistenziale Largo Senatore G. Agnelli, 5 - 10040 Volvera - Torino (Italia)
Print no. 603.83.118 - I/2007 - 1st edition