Motorola T815 - MOTONAV - Bluetooth User`s manual

Phone-Based
Navigation System T815 featuring
MOTONAV™
User’s Manual
CONTENTS
1 – INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................................... 5
W HAT IS MOTONAV? .................................................................................................................................................. 5
MOTONAV FEATURES................................................................................................................................................. 5
PACKAGE CONTENTS .................................................................................................................................................... 6
2 – CONTACT INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................... 7
3 – SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION .......................................................................................................... 8
APPROVED ACCESSORIES............................................................................................................................................. 8
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE/COMPATIBILITY ................................................................................................... 8
Facilities ................................................................................................................................................................. 8
Aircraft .................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Hearing Aids.......................................................................................................................................................... 8
Other Medical Devices ........................................................................................................................................ 8
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT BY RECYCLING ......................................................................................................... 8
Disposal of your Mobile Telephone and Accessories ................................................................................ 9
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE TO USERS ......................................................................................................................... 9
FCC NOTICE TO USERS ................................................................................................................................................ 9
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .................................................................................................................................... 9
EXPORT LAW ASSURANCES ........................................................................................................................................ 10
SOFTWARE COPYRIGHT NOTICE ................................................................................................................................. 10
SEIZURES/BLACKOUTS ................................................................................................................................................ 10
BATTERIES AND CHARGERS ........................................................................................................................................ 11
4 – SMART PRACTICES WHILE DRIVING.............................................................................................................. 12
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DRIVE SAFE, CALL SMART ...................................................................................................................................... 12
SAFETY FIRST.............................................................................................................................................................. 13
5 – USING ACCESSORIES......................................................................................................................................... 14
IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE SETUP ............................................................................................................................ 14
MOUNTING THE GPS RECEIVER ................................................................................................................................. 14
Dash Mount.......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Visor Mount and Base....................................................................................................................................... 15
Belt Clip ................................................................................................................................................................ 15
Universal Phone Holder (UPH) ....................................................................................................................... 15
6 – HARDWARE COMPONENTS .............................................................................................................................. 17
7 – GPS RECEIVER OPERATING BASICS............................................................................................................. 18
CONNECTING THE CAR CHARGER .............................................................................................................................. 18
TURNING THE GPS RECEIVER ON AND OFF .............................................................................................................. 18
POWER SAVING FEATURES ......................................................................................................................................... 18
INDICATOR LIGHTS....................................................................................................................................................... 18
Battery Status Light........................................................................................................................................... 18
GPS Status Light ................................................................................................................................................ 18
Bluetooth Status Light...................................................................................................................................... 19
8 – INSTALLATION AND START UP ....................................................................................................................... 20
CHARGE THE BATTERY ON THE GPS RECEIVER ........................................................................................................ 20
INSTALLING MOTONAV FROM THE STORAGE CARD ................................................................................................ 20
CONNECTING VIA BLUETOOTH .................................................................................................................................... 20
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CREATING AN ONLINE ACCOUNT ................................................................................................................................ 21
9 – MOTONAV INTERFACE ....................................................................................................................................... 22
HARD BUTTONS ........................................................................................................................................................... 22
MAIN MENU.................................................................................................................................................................. 22
ALERT INDICATORS...................................................................................................................................................... 22
MENU BUTTONS .......................................................................................................................................................... 23
MAIN MENU OPTIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 24
Navigate Menu .................................................................................................................................................... 25
Traffic Menu......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Current Location Menu ..................................................................................................................................... 26
Route Menu.......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Settings Menu ..................................................................................................................................................... 28
Help Menu ............................................................................................................................................................ 28
MAIN MAP VIEW........................................................................................................................................................... 29
MAP SCREEN MENU OPTIONS .................................................................................................................................... 30
Route ..................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Dashboard............................................................................................................................................................ 31
View ....................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Mute ....................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Zoom ..................................................................................................................................................................... 31
10 – SETTING A DESTINATION................................................................................................................................ 32
NAVIGATING TO AN ADDRESS...................................................................................................................................... 32
Address Selections ........................................................................................................................................... 33
Type of routes available from the Menu button:........................................................................................ 34
NAVIGATING TO A SAVED LOCATION ........................................................................................................................... 34
Adding, Editing, or Deleting a Favorite Group ........................................................................................... 35
Save Location ..................................................................................................................................................... 35
Menu Commands ............................................................................................................................................... 35
NAVIGATING TO A PREVIOUSLY SELECTED LOCATION ............................................................................................... 35
Menu Commands ............................................................................................................................................... 36
NAVIGATING TO A LOCATION FROM AN SMS MESSAGE ............................................................................................. 36
GO HOME OR GO TO W ORK........................................................................................................................................ 37
NAVIGATING TO A LOCATION FROM YOUR CONTACTS LIST ........................................................................................ 37
CONDUCTING A LOCAL SEARCH.................................................................................................................................. 38
NAVIGATING WITH THE HELP OF TRAFFIC ................................................................................................................... 39
11 – CURRENT LOCATION........................................................................................................................................ 47
SHOW LOCATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 47
GPS INFO .................................................................................................................................................................... 48
12 – ROUTE INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................................... 49
DIRECTIONS LIST ......................................................................................................................................................... 49
MANEUVER VIEW ......................................................................................................................................................... 50
ROUTE SUMMARY ........................................................................................................................................................ 50
AVOID ROADS.............................................................................................................................................................. 51
CANCEL ROUTE ........................................................................................................................................................... 52
13 – SETTINGS AND HELP........................................................................................................................................ 53
PROMPTS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Voice Prompts .................................................................................................................................................... 53
LANGUAGE ................................................................................................................................................................... 54
UNITS OF MEASURE .................................................................................................................................................... 54
MAP SETTINGS ............................................................................................................................................................ 55
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NAV SHORTCUTS ......................................................................................................................................................... 56
CONNECTION ............................................................................................................................................................... 56
SELECT MAP ................................................................................................................................................................ 57
HELP ............................................................................................................................................................................ 57
Checking for Updates ....................................................................................................................................... 57
14 – TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................................................................... 60
15 – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS............................................................................................................... 61
16 – MOTOROLA CUSTOMER CARE...................................................................................................................... 62
17 – MOTONAV ONLINE............................................................................................................................................. 63
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1 – Introduction
Welcome to the world of mobile navigation! With the Phone-Based Navigation System T815
featuring MOTONAV™ and Bluetooth® technology, you can steer into a new era of mobile navigation.
Simple operation, clear maps in 2D or 3D mode, as well as numerous innovative features and functions
make the T815 the essential navigation aid for every traveler – whether in the car or on foot.
What is MOTONAV?
MOTONAV is a unique route guidance software package that uses both GPS satellites for position data
and MOTONAV’s service center for traffic congestion data (when available). GPS data is obtained with the
wireless GPS receiver, traffic data is obtained from the MOTONAV service center via your phone, and map
information is stored on the included memory card. Together, MOTONAV calculates the optimal route to
your destination.
Any turn is okay with MOTONAV. You can deviate from your planned route at any time. For example, you
can avoid traffic, detour around road blocks, or take an alternate road. MOTONAV recalculates your route
from your current location.
MOTONAV optimizes your route based on local traffic conditions (where available) and guides you around
traffic jams wherever it is practical. Easy to understand direction symbols and pleasant voice instructions
guide you to your destination.
MOTONAV’s output takes the form of: Maps, Voice alerts, Voice prompts, and Visual alerts:
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Maps are used to show your current location and to show where you are going.
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Voice alerts are used to warn you when certain events happen or thresholds are exceeded.
(Example: “You have exceeded the speed limit!” or “GPS is not available!”).
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Voice Prompts are used to tell you when and where to perform an action (Example: “In 200 yards
turn right”).
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Visual alerts are used to warn you of non-critical events. (Example: “Low battery”, “Audio is
muted”, or “Data transfer in process”).
MOTONAV Features
MOTONAV provides the following features:
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Bluetooth Wireless connection from your phone to the GPS receiver
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Turn-by-turn Navigation with voice guidance
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Local search for businesses and points of interest (POI)
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Navigate to an address from a location stored in your Contacts List
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Share locations with others
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Pedestrian navigation mode
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Announce street names during guidance*
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Route calculation within seconds
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High quality 2D/3D maps with display of street names
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Moving map display
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Optional visual navigation instructions while on voice call
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Ability to store multiple country maps on a single memory card
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Cross border navigation without switching maps
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Car navigation with fastest or shortest route
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Fast installation and setup wizard
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Day and night views
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Real time, high-accuracy traffic data*
*Not available in all regions.
Package Contents
GPS Receiver – SYN2126A
Car Charger – SYN1630A
Dash Mount – SYN2131A
Visor Mount – SYN2133A (only available in North America)
Visor Mount Base – SYN2132A (only available in North America)
Belt Clip – SYN2134A (only available in Europe)
Universal Phone Holder – SYN2135A
UPH Suction Cup Mount– SYN2136A
MOTONAV Software (2GB microSD Memory Card and miniSD adaptor) – SYN2165A or SYN2174A
MOTONAV Activation Voucher Card
Legal and Safety Information Booklet
Warranty Information
Quick Start Guide
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2 – Contact Information
Motorola Inc.
Consumer Advocacy Office
1307 East Algonquin Road
Schaumburg, IL 60196
www.hellomoto.com
www.hellomoto.com/bluetooth (click on Support)
1-877-MOTOBLU (Motorola Bluetooth® Support)
1-800-331-6456 (United States)
1-888-390-6456 (TTY/TDD United States for hearing impaired)
1-800-461-4575 (Canada)
The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always
obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products.
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth
trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola Inc. under license. All other product or
service names are the property of their respective owners.
Copyright 2006 Motorola, Inc.
Certain Mobile phone features are dependent on the capabilities and settings of your service provider’s
network. Additionally, certain features may not be activated by your service provider, and/or the
provider’s network settings may limit the feature’s functionality. Always contact your service provider
about feature availability and functionality. All features, functionality and other product specifications, as
well as the information contained in this user’s guide are believed to be accurate at the time of printing.
Motorola reserves the right to change or modify any information or specifications without notice. The
contents of Motorola’s user’s guides are provided as “as-is.” Except as required by applicable law, no
warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are made in relation to the accuracy, reliability, or
contents of this guide.
The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always
obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products.
Caution: Changes or modifications made in the phone or Bluetooth module, not expressly approved by
Motorola, will void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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3 – Safety and General Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION FOLLOWS.
READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE.
Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. See 47
CFR Sec.15.21.
Approved Accessories
Use of accessories not approved by Motorola, including, but not limited to, batteries, antennas, and
convertible covers, may cause your mobile device to exceed RF energy exposure guidelines and may void
your mobile devices warranty. For a list of approved Motorola accessories, visit our web site at
www.motorola.com.
Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately
shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility. Please switch off your
wireless product in areas that are sensitive to interference or when instructed to do so.
Facilities
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your device in any facility
where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment
that is sensitive to external RF energy.
Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your device when on-board an aircraft. Any use of a device must be in
accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Hearing Aids
Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to
consult with your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this
information.
Caring for the Environment by Recycling
This symbol on a Motorola product means the product should not be disposed of with household
waste.
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Disposal of your Mobile Telephone and Accessories
Please do not dispose of mobile telephones or electrical accessories, such as chargers or headsets, with
your household waste. In some countries or regions, collection systems have been set up to handle waste
electrical and electronic items. Please contact your regional authorities for more details. If no suitable
scheme exists, you may return unwanted mobile telephones and electrical accessories to any Motorola
Approved Service Center in your region.
Industry Canada Notice to Users
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference and (2)
This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device: See RSS-GEN 7.1.5
FCC Notice to Users
Motorola has not approved any changes or modifications to this device by the user. Any changes or
modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.21.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.19(3).
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
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Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Motorola declares that this product, T815, is in compliance with:
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The essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/E
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All other relevant EU Directives
The above gives an example of a typical Product Approval Number.
You can view your product’s Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to Directive 1999/5/EC (to R&TTE Directive)
at www.motorola.com/rtte. To find your DoC, enter the product Approval Number from your product’s
label in the “Search” bar on the web site.
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Export Law Assurances
This product is controlled under the export regulations of the United States of America and Canada. The
governments of the United States and Canada may restrict the exportation or re-exportation of this
product to certain destinations. For further information contact the U.S. Department of Commerce or the
Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Software Copyright Notice
The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola and third party
software stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other
countries preserve for Motorola and third party software providers certain exclusive rights to distribute or
reproduce the copyrighted software. Accordingly, any copyrighted software contained in the Motorola
products may not be modified, reverse-engineered, distributed, or reproduced in any manner to the
extent allowed by law. Furthermore, the purchase of the Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant
either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents, or
patent applications of Motorola or any third party software provider, except for the normal, nonexclusive, royalty-free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
Seizures/Blackouts
Some people may be susceptible to epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed to flashing lights, such
as when playing video games. These may occur even if a person has never had a previous seizure or
blackout.
If you have experienced seizures or blackouts, or if you have a family history of such occurrences, please
consult with your physician before playing video games or enabling a flashing-lights feature (if available)
on your mobile device.
Discontinue use and consult a physician if any of the following symptoms occur: convulsion, eye or
muscle twitching, loss of awareness, involuntary movements, or disorientation. It is always a good idea
to hold the screen away from your eyes, leave the lights on in the room, take a 15-minute break every
hour, and stop use if you are very tired.
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Batteries and Chargers
Your battery, charger, or mobile device may contain symbols, defined as follows:
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4 – Smart Practices While Driving
Drive Safe, Call SmartSM
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile devices and their accessories in the areas
where you drive. Always obey them. The use of these devices may be prohibited or restricted
in certain areas. Go to www.motorola.com/callsmart for more information.
Your mobile device allows you to communicate by voice and data – almost anywhere, anytime, wherever
wireless service is available and safe conditions allow. When driving a car, driving is your first
responsibility. If you choose to use your mobile device while driving, remember the following tips:
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Get to know your mobile device and its features such as speed dial and redial. If
available, these features help you to place your call without taking your attention off the road.
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When available, use a handsfree device. If possible, add an additional layer of convenience to
your mobile device with one of the many Motorola Original handsfree accessories available today.
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Position your mobile device within easy reach. Be able to access your mobile device without
removing your eyes from the road. If you receive an incoming call at an inconvenient time, if
possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.
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Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if necessary, suspend the
call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice and even heavy
traffic can be hazardous.
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Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. Jotting down a “to do” list or
going through your address book takes attention away from your primary responsibility – driving
safely.
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Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls when your car is not moving
or before pulling into traffic. If you must make a call while moving, dial only a few numbers,
check the road and your mirrors, then continue.
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Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may be distracting. Make
people you are talking with aware you are driving and suspend conversations that can divert your
attention away from the road.
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Use your mobile device to call for help. Dial 911 or other local emergency number in case of
fire, traffic accident, or medical emergencies.*
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Use your mobile device to help others in emergencies. If you see an auto accident, crime in
progress, or other serious emergency where lives are in danger, call 911 or other local
emergency number, as you would want others to do for you.*
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Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency wireless number when necessary.
If you see a broken-down vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic
accident where no one appears injured, or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special non-emergency wireless number.*
* Wherever wireless phone service is available.
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Safety First
At all times, road traffic regulations have priority over the MOTONAV navigation instructions.
Follow the MOTONAV instructions ONLY if the traffic regulations and the current traffic situation allow it.
Make sure you are always in control of your vehicle in all traffic situations. If you have to make a sudden
turn, DO NOT do so unless it can be done safely. If you can’t make a turn and are forced to deviate from
MOTONAV’s route, MOTONAV will recalculate the route and quickly get you back on course.
Following the MOTONAV instructions is not a substitute for common sense. There is more than one way to
get to a destination. If you are uncomfortable with any situation or route, choose an alternative path.
MOTONAV will adjust to it.
If there is a passenger in the vehicle, have them operate MOTONAV. You (the driver) need to focus solely
on driving. If you must change the MOTONAV settings, please do so only while stationary.
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5 – Using Accessories
Important: Read Before Setup
Always use the supplied mounting hardware.
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including communication equipment, in the
area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If the communication equipment is improperly
installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could occur.
Some experimentation may be needed for optimal placement of the GPS receiver. If a GPS lock cannot be
achieved in one location, try moving it to another location and see if better performance can be achieved.
Metal roofs, metalized windows, and window solar shielding can all affect GPS satellite signal strength. If
the front windshield is metalized, the manufacturer may have included a non-metalized spot specifically
for radio equipment. Because of the Bluetooth link, you can also put the GPS receiver in the rear window
if the front window is not satisfactory. The side windows can also be used. Maximum GPS signal strength
is achieved when the GPS receiver is mounted with a clear view of the sky.
Note: GPS performance is degraded in French cars due to windshield coating. It is recommended that you
use the rear window of your car or look for a non-coated area.
When using any of the supplied adhesives, better adhesion can be achieved if the mounting surface is
first cleaned with an appropriate cleaner. A cleansing swab is supplied for this purpose.
The adhesives included to attach items to the dash are very strong and in general are not reusable.
Please take care to get the items in the correct position the first time. Repositioning them once they have
been stuck down is very difficult.
Some states do not allow any obstruction of the driver’s view by objects mounted on the dash or the
window. Please check local regulations before installing accessories in these positions.
All communication equipment must be solidly attached to your vehicle. In case of accidents, anything not
anchored to the vehicle can become a projectile and may cause injury. Always use the supplied mounting
hardware.
Do not mount any device within range of an inflated air bag. Contact your local vehicle dealer if you are
unsure if an airbag can impact your device.
Do not interfere with any airbags. Do not obstruct any views of the driver. Do not mount the GPS
receiver over any heating or cooling vents. The GPS receiver should not be a distraction to the driver.
Mounting the GPS Receiver
The GPS Receiver can be mounted in several ways:
Dash Mount
The dash mount bracket allows the GPS receiver to be mounted to the dash so it does not slide around
during sudden vehicle maneuvers. The GPS receiver can be easily snapped into and out of the dash
mount bracket should you desire to remove it from the vehicle. There are three different ways of
attaching it:
Note: Do not apply any of the adhesive pads directly to the bottom of the GPS receiver. Doing so will
prevent it from fitting into any of the supplied mounting brackets. Before placing the adhesives, please
check that the GPS receiver can achieve a GPS lock in your preferred location. The adhesive pads are not
reusable should you have to move the GPS receiver and it is difficult to remove.
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1. Adhesive: Locate the round adhesive pad. Peel off the backing on one of the adhesive pads
supplied. Attach the adhesive pad to the bottom of the dash mount bracket. Peel off the backing
on the other side of the adhesive pad and firmly stick the dash mount bracket to the dash. For
the strongest signals, choose a spot where the GPS receiver can have a clear view of the sky.
2. Velcro: Locate the supplied round Velcro pad. Peel off the protective backing on one side and
stick the pad to the bottom of the dash mount bracket. Remove the remaining protective backing
and stick the Velcro to the desired spot on the dash. To remove the bracket, separate the Velcro
pad.
3. Friction pad: Locate the friction pad, remove the backing, and stick it to the bottom of the dash
mount. The friction pad allows the GPS receiver to sit on the dash without it sliding around.
Visor Mount and Base
Note: The visor mount and base are only available in North America.
The visor mount comes in two pieces and must be assembled. Locate the visor mount and visor mount
base. Align the arrows on both pieces and slide them until they lock. To attach the GPS receiver, position
the GPS receiver per the sketch on the visor base and slide them together. The GPS receiver can easily
be removed by sliding it off of the mounts and lifting off.
Belt Clip
Note: The belt clip for MOTONAV is only available in Europe.
The GPS receiver can easily be snapped into the belt clip for use outside of a vehicle. Make sure the belt
clip is firmly attached to a belt or strap to avoid dropping it.
Universal Phone Holder (UPH)
The universal phone holder (UPH) is used to hold the phone such that the display is visible to the driver.
It has several ways it can be attached:
1. Gooseneck Mount: The gooseneck mount can be attached to a smooth surface by its suction
cup. Press the suction cup firmly to a smooth surface and push the thumb lever down. Flip the
thumb lever up and pull the tab to release. If needed, the cup can be slightly moistened for better
adhesion. While mostly intended to be mounted to the windshield, a suction cup base is also
provided for mounting the gooseneck to non-smooth surfaces. Locate the suction cup base and
remove the protective covering from the adhesive on the bottom. Press the base firmly down
onto the appropriate location on the dash. The suction cup can then be pressed into the suction
cup base and the lever flipped. Attach the UPH to the other end of the gooseneck by sliding it
over the hooks on the end of the gooseneck.
UPH
Suction Cup
Base
Release Tab
2. Adhesive mount: Locate the rectangular adhesive patch. Remove the yellow
backing and press it firmly to the back of the UPH. Remove the green backing and
press the UPH to the desired spot on the dash.
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3. Velcro mount: Locate the rectangular Velcro patch (supplied). Remove the protective backing
from one side of the patch and press the patch to the bottom of the UPH. Remove the remaining
protective backing and press the UPH to the desired spot. The UPH can then be removed by
separating the Velcro patch.
To insert a phone into the UPH: Push the side release button to expand the side
grippers to their maximum reach. Insert your phone, and gently squeeze the side
grippers until the soft rubber edges grip the phone. Check all of the grippers to see if
they are interfering with any phone buttons. The bottom grippers are movable to fit
around any phone feature that gets in the way. If needed, the bottom grippers can
be removed and re-inserted on the top, and the whole UPH flipped upside down.
Check again for button interference and choose the direction that fits best. There is
a separate, small rubber strap that can then be inserted into the bottom gripper slot
to hold the bottom grippers in place.
Release
Button
Release
Button
Option 1
Rubber
Strap
Option 2
UPH Mounting
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6 – Hardware Components
GPS Status Light
Bluetooth Status
Light
Power Switch
Battery Status
Light
Lanyard
Attachment Point
Power Adaptor
Connector
Side Views
Bottom View
Visor/Dash
Mount Hooks
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7 – GPS Receiver Operating Basics
Connecting the Car Charger
Plug the car charger into any auxiliary power/cigarette lighter jack. Remove the rubber dust cap from the
GPS receiver’s power adapter connector and insert the other end of the charger cord into the connector.
Once the battery has been charged, as indicated by the battery status light turning green, remove the
power connector and replace the dust cap. Note that when the GPS receiver is on, the battery will charge
when a charger is connected, but the status light will not turn green.
Note: Store the GPS battery at room temperature to avoid capacity loss.
Turning the GPS Receiver On and Off
To turn the GPS receiver on, press the power button for longer than 2 seconds. This is indicated by the
battery status light turning on, then the GPS status light, and then the Bluetooth status light. Pressing
the power button for longer than 2 seconds again will turn the receiver off. This is indicated by the
Bluetooth status light turning off, then the GPS status light turning off, and then the battery status light
turning off (the reverse sequence of powering on).
Power Saving Features
Once the Bluetooth link is connected and the GPS receiver has acquired a position fix, the status lights
will turn off after 10 seconds to conserve battery power and to reduce distraction during normal use.
Momentarily pressing the power button will turn them back on to allow you to view the status of the
receiver. If the Bluetooth link is disconnected or if the GPS receiver loses position fix, the LEDs will start
flashing to indicate this condition.
If there is no Bluetooth connection for 1 hour, the GPS receiver will turn off to save battery power. If you
want to use it again, you will have to turn it back on using the power button.
Under normal circumstances, the GPS receiver should get approximately ten hours of life out of one full
charge.
Indicator Lights
Battery Status Light
This light indicates the amount of power left in the battery. A flashing red light means you need to charge
the battery. A green light means the battery is fully charged. An orange light indicates the battery is midway between fully charged and needing a charge.
Plugging in the power adaptor cable will cause the battery status light to remain on in order to show the
state of charge on the battery. A flashing red light will turn solid red when the charger is plugged in.
Unplug the power adaptor cable when the light turns green.
GPS Status Light
The GPS status light will blink orange when it is not locked on to any GPS satellites. A flashing GPS status
light means that your location cannot be determined. If a GPS lock cannot be achieved, you may have to
move the location of your GPS receiver to get a better view of the sky. Indoor operation generally does
not give sufficient signal strength to achieve a GPS lock. Move the receiver to a window for stronger
signal strength. The initial GPS lock may take several minutes to achieve.
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A steady orange GPS light indicates that enough satellites have been locked on to and that your position
is known.
Bluetooth Status Light
A flashing blue Bluetooth status light means that your GPS receiver is not connected to your phone. When
MOTONAV is started, it will automatically try to connect with your GPS receiver. Do not attempt to
connect using the Windows utilities. A steady blue light indicates that your phone has successfully
connected to your GPS receiver, and once the GPS light is steady orange you will be ready to travel.
Note: 10 seconds after successful Bluetooth and GPS connection, all status lights will turn off. To view
them again, momentarily press the power button to turn them on.
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8 – Installation and Start Up
Before you can use MOTONAV, you must install the program on your Smartphone. This section provides
step-by-step instructions on how to set up and use your MOTONAV personal navigation system.
Charge the Battery on the GPS Receiver
Before starting, charge the batteries completely in both the GPS receiver and your phone. See section 7 –
GPS Receiver Operating Basics.
Installing MOTONAV from the Storage Card
You can easily install MOTONAV from the storage card included in your MOTONAV package by following
the steps provided below:
1. With your phone on, insert the SD card into the SD slot on your Smartphone. Installation will
start automatically.
Note: You may need to turn the device on and off, depending on the device type.
2. When prompted to choose an installation location, select Device and press Install. MOTONAV
will begin installing.
3. A message should appear saying, “MOTONAV.CAB was successfully installed on your device.”
Press Done.
4. The home screen will open with the MOTONAV shortcut.
Note: If you are using a Motorola Q, and you don’t see the MOTONAV shortcut, press Start >
Settings > Home screen > Home screen Layout, and select Windows Default. Press Done.
5. Start MOTONAV by selecting the home screen shortcut or press Start > MOTONAV. Avoid
running several other applications while running MOTONAV.
Note: The memory card must be kept in your mobile phone in order to enable map usage.
Note: The MOTONAV software can only be installed once. If the initial installation was not successful,
please call Motorola Customer Care at the appropriate number listed in section 16 – Motorola Customer
Care.
Connecting Via Bluetooth
MOTONAV will automatically connect to your GPS receiver via Bluetooth. Please follow the instructions
below to ensure your successful connection. Do not attempt to pair and connect using the Windows
utilities or Bluetooth Manager.
1. Turn your phone’s Bluetooth feature on. Your phone’s Bluetooth feature is “off” by default.
Note: If you are using a Motorola Q, scroll to Start > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Manager >
Settings > Status. Select Bluetooth on and press Done. If you are using another phone,
please refer to your user manual.
2. Place the GPS receiver in close proximity to your mobile phone. Turn the GPS receiver on. The
blue Bluetooth status light will flash on the GPS receiver.
Note: If the light is solid blue before you turn on your phone, the GPS Receiver has already
connected to another device nearby. When the other nearby device is turned off, the Bluetooth
status light should start flashing again. Turn the GPS receiver off and on again.
3. Turn on your phone. Start the MOTONAV application. Wait for the Bluetooth Status light to turn
solid blue, indicating that the GPS Receiver has connected to your phone.
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Note: If you are using a Motorola Q, press Start and navigate to the MOTONAV Icon. Click on
the icon. If you are using another phone, please refer to your user manual.
After the initial connection, every time you turn on your GPS receiver, it will look for the phone it was last
connected to. If that phone is not available, it will look for the next phone in its history list. The GPS
receiver can connect with up to 8 different phones. Connecting a 9th phone with the GPS receiver will
replace the 8th phone on the history list. After the initial connection, the order in which you turn the
devices on does not matter.
For safety reasons, it is recommended that the initial connection be performed in a stationary vehicle.
The GPS receiver can be connected to only one phone at a time.
While the GPS receiver is in use, you may be able to use a Bluetooth handsfree device at the same time.
Creating an Online Account
Many of the online features, namely Traffic updates, require you to have a MOTONAV Online account.
This section shows the steps required to activate your MOTONAV Online account. The T815 navigation kit
includes a Voucher Card that has an Activation Code on the back.
To create an online account:
1. Create an SMS message and enter the Activation Code in the body of the message. Use either
the numeric code or the alphabetic code. Send the SMS to the phone number for your country as
listed on the front of the Voucher Card.
2. When the MOTONAV system receives this message, an account will be created using your phone
number as the user name and generates a password for the account.
3. The system sends an SMS message back to your phone that contains the user name (your phone
number) and password. The message reads “Thank you for creating a MOTONAV online account.
Please launch MOTONAV to save your account information. User name:<un> Password: <pw>”.
4. Once you receive the message, start the MOTONAV application. If MOTONAV is already running
when the message is received, the application will not capture it. You must close the application
and re-launch it.
Note: The application saves the account login information locally and shows a confirmation message.
The application uses the login information whenever an online feature is used.
It is possible that an on online account has already been created and is active but the application does
not know about it. For example, this can occur when the application is reinstalled onto a different phone.
In these cases, the application provides you with a login screen where you must enter the user name and
password. This login information is saved locally if it is successfully used to login to the account.
If you forget your password send an SMS message with the text “info” to the number for your country
from the list below. The system will reply with your login credentials. Start MOTONAV and the
credentials will be updated in the application.
U.S. and Canada: +13127140599
Europe: +447781487600
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9 – MOTONAV Interface
This section provides information about MOTONAV interface, as shown in the list below.
Hard Buttons
Main Menu
Alert Indicators
Menu Buttons
Main Menu Options
Main Map View
Map Screen Menu Options
Hard Buttons
Every device has the following hard buttons which allow you to maneuver through the screens:
D-pad
A 4-way navigation button for single-handed control. Use the D-pad to scroll
through menu items and lists. Press the D-pad to select the highlighted items in a
list or menu.
Back button
Press the back button to move to the previous screen.
Right soft key
Use the right soft key to select the option on the lower right part of the screen.
Left soft key
Use the left soft key to select the option on the lower left part of the screen.
Main Menu
From this menu, you can go to all other menus and screens to navigate to a destination or specify your
settings.
Alert Indicators
Alert Indicators are shown, when necessary, on the two navigation mode screens, the map view and the
maneuver view, to inform you of an event that needs your attention. Not all alerts are used in all versions
of MOTONAV.
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GPS Receiver Battery Low – Indicates the GPS battery is low. Connect to a
charger if possible.
GPS Signal Low / No GPS Fix – Indicates that the GPS signal is unreliable, so no
position information is available. Check that the GPS receiver has a clear view of the
sky.
Phone Battery Low – Indicates the phone battery is low. Connect to a charger if
possible.
Application is Muted – Appears when you mute the route guidance instructions.
Data Transfer in Process – Indicates that the phone is transferring data from the
MOTONAV server. This happens when a new route is planned or when a new map is
loaded.
Traffic Alert – Indicates there is a traffic incident along your planned route. Review
the traffic report for more details.
Road Hazard – Indicates there is a road hazard along your planned route. Review
the traffic report for more details.
Construction – Indicates there is construction along your planned route. Review the
traffic report for more details.
Tunnel – Indicates you are approaching or are in a tunnel. The GPS signal may be
lost.
Menu Buttons
The menu buttons below are navigational tools to move among screens and designate items.
Return to the Main Menu screen.
Show a pop-up of options for the current screen.
Show the full map screen with your current GPS location.
Open the next screen in the sequence.
Confirm your selection or change and return to the menu or map.
Calculate the route to your selected destination.
Quit MOTONAV.
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Main Menu Options
The options of the Main Menu are described below:
Shows the Navigate menu, where you can configure a destination.
Shows the Traffic menu, where you can select the following options:
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View traffic for predefined routes.
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View traffic for specific road segments.
Shows the My Locations screen, which enables you to navigate to a favorite location.
The My Locations screen shows your Location Groups. When you select a group,
MOTONAV automatically shows its stored locations. Select the location to show it on a
map. Press the Go button to calculate a route to that location.
Generate a search for businesses and other points of interests anywhere on your map.
Shows the Current Location menu, where you can select from the following options:
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Save your location for future use. (Note: Only occurs when you have a
fixed GPS signal.)
Send a location via SMS message. (Note: Only occurs when you have a
fixed GPS signal.)
View a summary of your location details. (Note: Only occurs when you
have a fixed GPS signal.)
Search the map without GPS.
View GPS details.
Shows the Route menu, where you can select from the following options:
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Directions List
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Maneuver View
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Route Summary
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Specify the type of road you want to avoid, for example: Toll roads.
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Cancel the current route.
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Shows the Settings menu, where you can select from the following options:
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Select the types of voice and visual prompts that you would like to use while
navigating.
Specify the language for screen displays.
Specify a measurement system: Metric (km) or Imperial (miles).
Define your map settings.
Define shortcuts to your home and place of work.
View connection settings.
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Switch to another map.
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Shows the Help menu, where you can select from the following options:
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Open the MOTONAV help file.
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Show a simulated route.
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Tour the different navigation features available.
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Shortcuts, About, MOTONAV Online, Check for Updates
Navigate Menu
Find it: Main Menu > Navigate.
From the Navigate menu, you can access the following options:
Go Home
Quickly calculate a route to your Home location.
Go to Work
Quickly calculate a route to your place of work.
Recent
Locations
Select a previously selected location as your destination.
My Locations
Select a destination that you have saved in My Locations.
Inbox
Access your Inbox, which stores location details received via SMS.
Enter Address
Navigate to an address that you enter. The address consists of a city or zip code,
street, and house number.
Enter Location
Select the type of address display, change the region, and navigate to coordinates.
Go to Contacts
Navigate to an address saved in your Contacts.
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Traffic Menu
Find it: Main Menu > Traffic.
The Traffic menu lets you use the Traffic-On-Commute features. Traffic-On-Commute features allow you
to view traffic information on your Smart Phone for free. It is a re-creation of the WAP service offered by
my.traffic.com.
From the Traffic menu, you can access the following options:
My Drives
View traffic for predefined routes.
Hot Spots/ All
Roads
View traffic for specific road segments.
Current Location Menu
Find it: Main Menu > Current Location.
From the Current Location menu, you can access the following options:
Show Location
Browse the map.
Save Location
Save a current location for easy reuse. Only occurs when you have a fixed GPS
signal.
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Send Location
Send a current location by SMS. Only occurs when you have a fixed GPS signal.
Location Details
View your current location’s address information. Only occurs when you have a
fixed GPS signal.
GPS Info
View details about your current (or most recent) GPS position, including latitude,
longitude, altitude, your current speed, and GPS battery.
Route Menu
Find it: Main Menu > Route.
From the Route menu, you can access the following options:
Directions List
Shows step-by-step directions to your destination.
Maneuver View
Shows turns and maneuver information.
Route Summary
Shows an overview of your complete route on the Map screen.
Avoid Roads
Specify certain roads to be excluded from your route.
Cancel Route
Stops the current navigation and clears the route.
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Settings Menu
Find it: Main Menu > Settings.
From the Settings menu, you can access the following options:
Prompts
Select the types of voice and visual notifications that you would like to use while
navigating.
Language
Designate the language that appears on the screen displays.
Units of Measure
Select between two measurement systems: Metric (km) or Imperial (miles).
Map Settings
Customize your map display.
Nav Shortcuts
Define your home and work location.
Connection
Set the data connection settings.
Select Map
Switch maps.
Help Menu
Find it: Main Menu > Help.
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From the Help menu, you can access the following options:
Support
If you have questions about MOTONAV or require assistance, please refer to the contact
information listed in this screen.
Tutorial
The Tutorial is an excellent way of becoming familiar with the different navigation features
available.
Start
Demo
The Start Demo button lets MOTONAV show a simulated route. Many of the MOTONAV
navigation features are disabled when the Demo is running. You can end the Demo by
pressing Main Menu > Stop Demo.
About
Opens an information box, providing version and copyright information.
Shortcuts
Shows a list of the hard button shortcuts.
MOTONAV
Online
Connect to MOTONAV online.
Check for
Updates
Update the MOTONAV software via GPRS or ActiveSync.
Note: If install fails after upgrade, free some memory and check for updates again.
Main Map View
When you press Map from the Main Menu, the Main Map screen is displayed, as shown in the figure
below.
Street name of next turn
Distance to and direction of your
next turn
Compass
Remaining time until arrival to
your destination
Remaining distance to your
destination
Your Current Location
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Map Screen Menu Options
Route
You can toggle between the following screens by pressing Menu > Route.
Directions List
This screen shows step-by-step directions to your destination, as shown in the
figure below.
Maneuver View
This screen provides turn information, as shown in the figure below.
Indicates distance until turn;
turn when red arrow reaches
the top.
This screen shows the following details:
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Direction of and distance to the next maneuver
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The name of the next street you will turn on.
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Remaining distance to your destination
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Estimated time of arrival
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Route Summary
This screen shows an overview of your complete route on the Map screen, as
shown in the figure below.
This screen shows the following details:
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The total driving distance to your destination
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The estimated travel time
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The complete destination address
Dashboard
You can toggle the dashboard to show different information. The following options are available from the
map screens by pressing Menu > Dashboard:
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Distance to Go
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Arrival Time
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Street
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Speed
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Off
View
The following options are available from the map screens by pressing the Menu > View:
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Day/ Night modes - Optimize the appearance for day or night viewing.
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2D/3D views - 2D shows the map from a top view. 3D shows the map against a horizontal view.
Mute
If you press Menu > Mute, then the voice instructions are muted.
Zoom
The following options are available from the map screens by pressing the Menu > Zoom:
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Zoom In
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Zoom out
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10 – Setting a Destination
This section provides information about MOTONAV navigation features, as shown in the list below.
Navigating to an Address
Navigating to a Saved Location
Navigating to a Previously Selected Location
Navigating to a Location from an SMS Message
Go Home or Go to Work
Navigation to a Location from your Contacts List
Conducting a Local Search
Navigating with the Help of Traffic
Navigating to an Address
With this feature, you can designate an entered address as your destination.
You can enter an address by selecting Main Menu > Navigate > Enter Address.
The Address screens are shown below.
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To begin navigation, press Go to create a route to your selected destination.
Address Selections
Select Main Menu > Navigate > Enter Location, to show the following display options:
You can toggle between the options at any time by pressing the Menu button on each screen.
City – Street
This screen lets you select a city. As you enter the city name in the field, the city
screen shows a list of cities that match the text that you have entered. You can
select a city by scrolling through the list and pressing Next. A list of available
streets will be given based on your entered city.
Street – City
This screen lets you select a street. As you enter the street name in the field, the
screen shows a list of streets that match the text that you have entered. You can
select a street by scrolling through the list and pressing Next. A list of available
cities will be given based on your entered street.
Postal / Zip Code
Instead of selecting a city, you can enter a postal code for the area.
Intersection
You can locate a road junction by entering the names of two intersecting streets.
Coordinates
You can search for an address by entering latitude and longitude coordinates:
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Press the menu button to change the way you view the coordinates. There are
three options: Degree Decimal, Degree Minute Second, or Degree Minute
Decimal.
In Other Map
You can select another map of a region that you can travel to by vehicle.
This feature is only available when you have the following maps installed:
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Map of the region where you are currently located
Map of the region where you wish to travel
The map of the major roads for that continent that connect one map to
another
Type of routes available from the Menu button:
Shortest
Routes are calculated so that you travel the shortest distance. This does not
necessarily mean the fastest way.
Quickest
Routes are calculated so that you can get to your destination using the quickest
route. This is not necessarily the shortest way. For example, a highway might be
a longer distance, but requires less time to travel than local streets, since it
allows for greater traveling speed.
Pedestrian
Routes are calculated so that you can walk to your destination. With this route
type, you can travel along pedestrian roads and in both directions of one-way
streets.
Navigating to a Saved Location
This feature shows locations that you have designated. My Locations is a list of destinations that you
store for easy reuse. An address, an item from a local search, or a recent history item can be specified as
My Locations.
You can choose a My Locations destination by selecting Main Menu > My Locations or Main Menu >
Navigate > My Locations. The Location Groups screen is shown below.
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Press the center key to select your chosen group. A list of the resulting locations will be shown. Press the
center key to select your chosen location. To begin navigation, select Go to create a route to your
selected destination.
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Adding, Editing, or Deleting a Favorite Group
You can add a Group to your list of Location Groups by pressing Menu> Add Group.
You can edit a Group on your list of Location Groups by pressing Menu > Edit Group.
You can delete a Group on your list of Location Groups by pressing Menu > Delete Group.
Save Location
You can save a location by highlighting the item and pressing Menu > Save Location in the Recent
Locations and Inbox screens or by pressing Menu > Location > Save Location after entering an
address or selecting a Contact’s address.
Menu Commands
From the My Locations screens you can press Menu to choose from the following options:
Edit
Change the information about a selected item.
Delete
Delete the selected item.
Show Location
View the selected location on the map.
Send Location
Send your current location to someone else in an SMS message.
Locations Details
View details about the currently highlighted item.
Set as Origin
Designate the selected the address as the route origin. You would use this
command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location
when your GPS receiver is not active.
Navigating to a Previously Selected Location
The Recent Locations screen shows the most recent previously selected locations.
You can choose a recent location by selecting Main Menu > Navigate > Recent Locations.
Recent Locations screen is shown below.
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Press the center key to select your chosen recent location. To begin navigation, select Go to create a
route to your selected destination.
Menu Commands
From this screen, press the Menu button for the following options:
Show Location
View the selected location on the map.
Save Location
Save the currently highlighted item as a favorite in the My Locations list.
Send Location
Send your current location to someone else in an SMS message.
Location Details
Shows details about the currently highlighted item.
Set as Origin
Designate the selected address as the route origin. You would use this command
when calculating a route from a point other than your current location when your
GPS receiver is not active.
Delete Item
Delete the selected item.
Clear List
Delete all items from the list.
Navigating to a Location from an SMS Message
This feature shows a list of MOTONAV SMS messages received on your Smartphone.
You can select an SMS message by selecting Main Menu> Navigate > Inbox. The SMS Messages
screen is shown below. Only messages containing valid address information are shown in the Inbox
screen. After selecting your location, press Go to create a route to your selected destination.
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From this screen, press the Menu button for the following options:
Show Location
View the selected location on the map.
Save Location
Save the currently highlighted item as a favorite in the My Locations list.
Send Location
Send your current location to someone else in an SMS message.
Location Details
Shows details about the currently highlighted item.
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Set as Origin
Designate the selected address as the route origin. You would use this command
when calculating a route from a point other than your current location when your
GPS receiver is not active.
Delete Item
Delete the selected item.
Clear List
Delete all items from the list.
Go Home or Go to Work
You can designate an item as your Home location and can quickly calculate a route to your Home
location from your current GPS position.
To designate you Home location, go to Main Menu > Settings > Nav Shortcuts.
When you want to go to that destination, go to Main Menu > Navigate > Go Home or Go to Work,
and the route to you home or place of work is automatically calculated.
Navigating to a Location from your Contacts List
With this feature, you can specify a contact address as a destination, by selecting a contact from the
Contacts list.
From the Navigate menu, select the Go to Contacts button to show your list of contacts. Select a
contact and select Next to show the addresses entered for the contact. Select the address and select
Next to show the similar addresses that are recognized by MOTONAV. Select an address and click Next
to show the location on the map. Select the Go button to instruct MOTONAV to navigate to the selected
address.
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Conducting a Local Search
With this feature, you can search a database of predefined businesses and other points of interest.
You can conduct a local search by pressing Main Menu > Local Search. The Local Search screen is
shown below. If you know the name of the location you are searching for, type the name in the keyword
field and press Search. A list of results is shown. Press the Map button to see the locations on the map
screen.
If you are searching for the nearest location of a specific type (for example: Restaurant) enter the
category and press Search. Certain categories allow you to select a specific sub-category. Select All to
keep the search broad.
If you are searching for a location that is near your destination or some other location, change the
Search near: field.
To begin navigation, press Go after selecting your chosen location.
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Navigating with the help of Traffic
With the Traffic menu, you can use the Traffic report features, which allow you to view real-time traffic
information on your Smartphone at no additional charge. Use this feature to check which of your
commute routes you should take to get home or to work in the least amount of time. As with all data
services, wireless charges may apply.
You must have a MOTONAV Online account to use the traffic features. See section 8 – Installation and
Start Up. You must have a my.traffic.com account, and you must first setup your “drives” via the
my.traffic.com website to use the “My Drives” feature. All other features, namely Hotspots and All Roads,
do not require a Traffic.com account.
Note: The feature is only available in the United States of America and is limited to the same cities or
zones that my.traffic.com supports.
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To register for a Traffic.com online account, do the following:
1. Go to www.traffic.com, and click the Sign Up Now button.
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2. Fill in the My Traffic Sign Up form.
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To create a drive, do the following:
1. In the Traffic.com website, click the MyTraffic tab,
2. Click My Drives > Add a Drive.
3. Follow the directions for the drive wizard.
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4. When done, click the Save This Drive button.
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Using the Traffic Feature
Now that you have set up your account on traffic.com, you are ready to use this feature and avoid traffic.
You have three options available from the Traffic menu: My Drives, Hotspots, and All Roads.
1. From the Main Menu, click the Traffic button.
2. Select the My Drives button.
3. Select Yes.
4. When prompted, enter your Traffic.com username and password.
5. Wait for your device to connect to the Traffic server.
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6. To see details, select the Details button.
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11 – Current Location
This section provides information about MOTONAV Current Location features, as shown in the list below.
Show Location
GPS Info
Show Location
You can browse the map by selecting Main Menu > Current Location> Show Location. The Map
screen appears, as shown below.
This map uses the full area of the screen to show your position on the map. It is centered on your current
location, with a cross-shaped marker designating your current location. In this mode, MOTONAV does not
keep track of your movements with GPS. With this feature, you can browse the map without the map
automatically moving with you.
From this screen, press the Menu button for the following options:
Save Location
Save your current location in the My Locations list.
Send Location
Send your current location to someone else in an SMS message.
Location Details
Shows details about the current location.
Set as Origin
Designate the selected address as the route origin. You would use this command
when calculating a route from a point other than your current location when your
GPS receiver is not active.
Zoom
Zoom in and zoom out of the map.
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GPS Info
This screen provides details about your current GPS position, including latitude, longitude, altitude, your
current speed, and GPS status.
To view the GPS info go to Main Menu > Current Location > GPS Info. The GPS Info screen appears,
as shown below.
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12 – Route Information
This section provides information about MOTONAV route information features, as shown in the list below.
Directions List
Maneuver View
Route Summary
Avoid Roads
Cancel Route
Directions List
This screen shows step-by-step directions to your destination.
You can view your step-by-step directions by selecting Main Menu > Route > Directions List. The
Directions List screen appears, as shown below.
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Maneuver View
This screen provides turn information for your route.
You can view the Maneuver View screen by selecting Main Menu > Route > Maneuver View. The
Maneuver View screen appears, as shown below.
This screen shows the following details:
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Direction of and distance to the next turn
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The name of the next street you will turn on
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Remaining distance to your destination
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Estimated time of arrival
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Progress indicator on right to show when to make next turn. This feature will be shown when you
are within 300 yards of the next maneuver.
Route Summary
The Route Summary screen summarizes the details of your current route.
You can view your route information screen by selecting Main Menu > Route > Route Summary. The
Route Summary screen appears, as shown below.
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This screen shows the following details:
• Address of final destination
• Starting point
• Ending point
• Total distance
• Estimated time of arrival
Avoid Roads
With the Avoid Roads screen, you can choose the type of road to be excluded when MOTONAV
calculates your route. For example, some drivers prefer not to travel on toll roads or highways.
You can specify the roads to avoid by selecting Main Menu > Route > Avoid Roads. The Avoid Roads
screen appears, as shown below.
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From this screen, press the Menu button for the following options:
Avoid
This option excludes the highlighted road type from route calculations.
Allow
This option cancels the Avoid option, letting the currently highlighted road type to be
included in route calculations.
Add Group
This option adds a group to your Avoid Roads list.
Edit Group
This option edits a group in your Avoid Roads list.
Delete Group This option deletes a group from the Avoid Roads list.
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Cancel Route
The Cancel Route button stops the current navigation and clears the route. This
feature is active only after a destination has been set.
To cancel your current route, go to Main Menu > Route > Cancel Route.
Alternatively, on the Map screen, press Menu > Route > Cancel Route.
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13 – Settings and Help
This section provides information about MOTONAV settings features, as shown in the list below.
Prompts
Language
Units of Measure
Map Settings
Nav Shortcuts
Connection
Select Map
Help
Prompts
You can select the types of voice notification that you would like to use while navigating. Go to Main
Menu > Settings > Prompts. The Prompts screen will appear.
Voice Prompts
Drive Carefully
Reminder at the start of each journey. This prompt is automatically active by
default.
Route Recalculation Activated when MOTONAV recalculates a new route. This prompt is not active by
default.
GPS Signal Low
Warns that the GPS signal is too low and unreliable for navigation. This prompt is
automatically active by default.
GPS Not Found
Alerts you if the GPS signal is lost, or if the power is removed from the GPS
receiver. This prompt is automatically active by default.
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Language
With the Language screen, you can select the text and voice language for the screen displays.
You can specify a language by selecting Main Menu > Settings > Language. The Language screen
appears, as shown below.
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Select Use synthesized voice to announce street names to activate the TTS (Text to Speech) option.
This feature enables you to hear the name of the street for each maneuver.
Note: This feature is not available in all regions.
Units of Measure
This screen allows you to choose between the Metric or Imperial measurements to use for calculating
and showing distances.
You can specify your system measurement unit by selecting Main Menu > Settings > Units of
Measure. The Units of Measure screen appears, as shown below.
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Map Settings
You can specify your Map Settings by selecting Main Menu > Settings > Map Settings. Press the Map
Settings button to customize your map display, as shown in the figure below.
The map setting options are:
Map Orientation
Forward is up – This option orients the map so that your forward direction is
always at the top of the display.
North is up – This option orients the map so that North is always at the top of
the display.
Use Automatic Zoom When this option is selected, the zoom is speed dependent. The map zooms out
at higher speeds, showing a larger map area, and zooms in at slower speeds,
showing a smaller map area. If you manually change the zoom, the Automatic
Zoom returns to a system defined zoom level after several seconds of inactivity.
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Nav Shortcuts
Select Main Menu > Settings > Nav Shortcuts. Define your Go Home and Go to Work shortcuts
here. The Nav Shortcuts screen will appear, as shown below. To define the shortcuts, press the center
select key and enter the destination using one of the destination entry options.
Connection
Select your network and other connection settings by selecting Main Menu > Settings > Connection.
The Connection Settings screen will appear, as shown below.
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Select Map
With the Map screen, you can select other preinstalled maps so that you can use MOTONAV just about
anywhere in the world.
You can switch maps by selecting Main Menu > Settings > Select Map. The Select Map screen
appears, as shown below.
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Highlight the map you want and click Select.
Help
The following options are available from the Help menu:
Support
If you have questions about MOTONAV or require assistance, please refer to the
contact information on this screen.
Tutorial
The Tutorial is an excellent way of becoming familiar with the different navigation
features available.
Start Demo
The Start Demo button lets MOTONAV show a simulated route. Many of the
MOTONAV navigation features are disabled when the Demo is running. You can
end the Demo by selecting Help > Stop Demo.
About
Opens an information box, providing version and copyright information.
Shortcuts
Shows a list of hard button shortcuts.
MOTONAV Online
Connect to MOTONAV online.
Check for Updates
Update the MOTONAV software via GPRS or ActiveSync.
Checking for Updates
With the update feature, you can update the MOTONAV software “over the air” or, more precisely,
without being connected to a computer. Only the software program is updated, not the map data
or other program resources such as voice prompts. The software will check periodically (user
defined) for an update, and if one is found will allow the user to download and install it. The
update function will also inform the user if updated map data is available for download.
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To check for updates do the following:
1. From the Main Menu, select Help > Check for Updates.
2. Click Yes.
3. Click OK.
The software checks the server for updates.
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4. When download is complete, the following screen appears. Select Yes.
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14 – Troubleshooting
If one of the following conditions exists, please contact Customer Care at the appropriate
number listed in section 16 – Motorola Customer Care.
MOTONAV did not install correctly.
You want to transfer MOTONAV to a new phone.
You lost your Voucher card for activation.
You need to reinstall MOTONAV.
If you cannot get a GPS signal from your dash or visor:
Your front windshield may be metalized and is blocking the GPS signals. Try moving the receiver
to a new location and check for GPS lock. Usually only the front window is metalized, so putting
the GPS receiver in the rear window may improve GPS signal strength. Putting the receiver near
the metal roof (via the visor clip) may also have the same effect. Sometimes manufacturers will
leave an unmetalized spot on the windshield for radio reception purposes. Put your GPS receiver
there. GPS signals are the strongest when the receiver has a clear view of the sky above.
If you do not get any voice prompts:
Please make sure the volume is turned on high enough. Make sure the Mute option is off. In the
Navigation mode (Map View or Maneuver View) select Menu > Mute. If a black dot appears next
to the Mute option, then the Mute function is turned on.
If MOTONAV always shows you on the road when you are walking:
After entering a location, MOTONAV will show a map. Press Menu. Scroll down to Pedestrian.
Press the center key to select. Press Go to generate a route in pedestrian mode.
If you want to place a call while using MOTONAV:
It is possible to place a call while using MOTONAV. On most smart phones, simply press the
Home key to direct you back to your phone’s main menu. You may then place a call.
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15 – Frequently Asked Questions
If you want to pair more phones to the GPS receiver:
The GPS receiver retains up to 8 phones in its history list. Pairing a ninth phone will erase the
eighth phone. To reset the history list to zero: press and hold the power button for longer than 10
seconds. Reset is indicated by 2 flashes of the Bluetooth status light.
If you need to pair a new GPS receiver to MOTONAV:
Be sure to power cycle your phone first. Turn your phone off, and then turn it back on. Turn on
your new GPS receiver and follow the directions for Connecting Via Bluetooth in section 8 –
Installation and Start Up.
If you need to move your UPH after it has been stuck to the dash:
You will have to very gently pry off the UPH base from the dash. Clean up any residue with
alcohol. Most auto parts stores carry Molding and Trim Tape that can be used as an adhesive.
Auto parts stores also carry replacement Velcro tape if your Velcro mount wears out.
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16 – Motorola Customer Care
To contact a Motorola Customer Care representative, please call:
In Europe:
Austria: 01795 67004
Belgium: +32 2 700 16 60
Denmark: +45 4348 8005
Finland: 0800 117 036
France: 0825 303 302
Germany: +49 180 35050
Greece: +30 210 68 00009
Ireland: +353 1850 909 555
Italy: +39 199 501160
Luxembourg: 0352 342 08 08 296
The Netherlands: +31 20 201 50 34
Norway: +47 2255 10 04
Portugal: +351 21 410 10 01
Spain: +34 902 100 077
Sweden: +46 08 445 1210
Switzerland: 0800 553 109 (land line only)
United Kingdom: +44 870 9010 555
Weekdays: Local business hours
In North America:
USA: +1-877-668-6258
Canada: +1-877-668-6258
Weekdays: 7:00 - 22:00 CST
Weekends: 9:00 - 18:00 CST
Have the following information ready when you call:
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Your registered mobile phone number
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Your mobile phone model
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17 – MOTONAV Online
Please visit the MOTONAV companion website at www.hellomoto.com/motonav to find information on
MOTONAV and to control settings and entries on your account.
MOTONAV Home
Login using your MOTONAV user name (phone number) and password. Select Help to view Motorola
Customer Care contact information.
The following information can be found on the MOTONAV Home page after logging in:
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User Name
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Account Balance
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Free trips available
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Site menu options
Settings
Go to the Settings page to manage your personal profile and MOTONAV settings.
The Settings page includes the following tools:
My Info
Add or edit your contact information.
Change Password
Change your MOTONAV account password according to the given guidelines.
Help
Go to the Help page to access user documentation and customer care resources.
The Help page includes the following tools:
FAQs
View the most updated version of Frequently Asked Questions.
User Manuals
Download the user manual or quick start guide for MOTONAV.
Customer Care
View the contact information for Motorola Customer Care.
Contact Us
Submit a question to Motorola Customer Care about MOTONAV.
Learn More About T815
Clicking on Learn More About T815 will direct you to a link with more information about MOTONAV
capabilities and specifications.
Logout
Clicking on Logout will log you out of your account. You will have to log back in to be able to view and
manage account information.
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