User’s Manual
4.3” Portable GPS Navigation
and Multimedia System
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Data of navigation electronic maps might be inconsistent with actual
traffic signals due to transportation development. Please follow
traffic regulations and signs and drive according to road situation.
Operating the GPS navigator device while driving might cause
serious accidents. CNS Marketing (PTY) Ltd. assumes no
responsibility for accidents and loss due to improper use.
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Contents
Welcome ··································································································1
Chapter I Beginning Use ·······································································2
1.1 Appearance············································································ 2
1.2 Power Supply & Charging····················································· 3
1.3 Basic Use ·············································································· 4
1.4 Accessories············································································ 5
1.5 System Main Interface and Major Functions ························· 6
Chapter II GPS·······················································································8
2.1 Map······················································································· 8
2.2 Navigation············································································· 8
2.3 Reception ·············································································· 8
Chapter III Media ··················································································9
3.1 Music Player ········································································· 9
3.2 Video Player ·········································································· 12
3.3 Photo Browser······································································· 15
3.4 E-book Reader······································································· 17
Chapter IV Bluetooth·············································································22
4.1 Pair························································································ 22
4.2 Outgoing call········································································· 23
4.3 Incoming Call········································································ 26
4.4 Dial Record ··········································································· 26
4.5 Redial···················································································· 27
4.6 Setting ··················································································· 27
4.7 Paired Device List ································································· 28
4.8 Dailup Networking Service ··················································· 29
4.9 Search ··················································································· 31
4.10 Phonebook··········································································· 33
Chapter V Games ···················································································34
5.1 Othello ·················································································· 34
5.2 DuiDuiPeng··········································································· 35
5.3 Russia Block ········································································· 35
Contents
Chapter VI Tools ····················································································36
6.1 Calculator·············································································· 36
6.2 Unit ······················································································· 37
Chapter VII Setting················································································38
7.1 Summary ··············································································· 38
7.2 Volume ·················································································· 39
7.3 Backlight··············································································· 40
7.4 Language··············································································· 41
7.5 Date& Time··········································································· 42
7.6 Calibration············································································· 43
7.7 FM Transmitter······································································ 44
7.8 USB ······················································································ 45
7.9 Navigation Path····································································· 48
7.10 Restoring the Factory Setting ·············································· 49
7.11 System Info ········································································· 49
Chapter VIII GPS Info ··········································································50
Chapter IX Troubleshooting ·································································51
Welcome
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Welcome
Thanks for using the P-110. It is featured with navigation function, audio &
video play, photo browsing and e-book functions.
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SiRF Atlas- Č CPU with high performance and low power
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Friendly user interface for simple operation
consumption
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Power management for longer and more stable operation
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Data transmission with computer via Mini USB
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Quality reception, accurate positioning and satisfactory navigation
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Leisure friend with audio/video/amusement functions
service
You may use the GPS navigator anytime anywhere, for example while
driving, walking or cycling. Let its navigation and amusement functions
enrich your life and work!
To realize the functions of P-110 and to understand the operation details,
please read the manual carefully.
You may see the following supplemental information in the manual.
[Note]: Explanation of relevant subjects
[Relevant Information]: Extra information of relevant subjects
[Attention]: Precautions or warnings of relevant subjects. Please pay
attention to this information and follow the instructions to avoid devastating
influence on yourself and others.
[*]: Optional function
This manual is applicable only to the P-110.
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Beginning Use
Chapter I Beginning Use
This chapter introduces the appearance, components and basic operations of
P-110.
1.1 Appearance
The product picture below is subject to the material object.
SN Component
Explanation
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Power key
Powering on/ off and sleep
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Indicator
light
Indicating the operating state of external power
supply
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Microphone
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Touch
slot
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Earphone
jack
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T-flash
slot
card T-flash card inside
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MINI
port
USB Communicating with PC via MINI USB cable and
used as the charging port and supports TMC
For voice input of Bluetooth function
pen Location of the touch pen
Connected with the stereophone
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SN Component
Explanation
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Speaker
Playing sounds (such as navigation prompt tones,
music, etc.)
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Light sensor
Realize automatic backlight adjustment
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Reset key
Restart the system
1.2 Power Supply & Charging
Charge the GPS navigator fully with the charger before first use.
1.2.1 Power Supply
The P-110 can be powered by the built-in battery or external power supply.
When the GPS navigator is unconnected to the charger, it is powered by the
Li-polymer battery. The battery capacity icon
in the system main
interface shows current residual battery capacity.
When the GPS navigator is connected to the charger, it is powered by
external power and the battery is charged.
[Attention] The GPS navigator adopts internal non-removable Li-polymer
battery. To avoid battery rupture, explosion, release of hazardous substance
or burn, do not unpack, pierce, strike on or discard the battery in fire or
water.
1.2.2 Charging by Car Charger
The GPS navigator must be charged with the charger before first use.
Plug one terminal of the car charger into the USB port of the GPS navigator
and the other to the charging port to supply power and charge the GPS
navigator.
[Note] The charging indicator light is red during charging. Do not unplug
the charge until the battery is fully charged and the indicator light turns
green. Please charge the GPS navigator when the battery is low or used up.
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[Note] To avoid damage due to current surge, plug in the car charger after
the automobile is started.
1.3 Basic Use
1.3.1 Powering on/off & Sleep
1.3.1.1 Powering on
Press the power key of the GPS navigator and let go after at least two
seconds to power it on.
[Note] Great humidity fluctuation may lead to short circuit of the GPS
navigator. Power on the navigator after it has accommodated to new
environment.
1.3.1.2. Powering off & Sleep
Press the power key and let go after at least two seconds to power off the
GPS navigator. The following interface will be prompted. If
is
selected, the navigator will automatically resume the state before entering
sleep mode when it is powered again.
1.3.2 Restarting the System
When the system does not response, press the reset key on the back of the
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GPS navigator to restart the system.
[Relevant Information] The following situations might lead to no response
of the system.
1. Delay or pause in interface switching;
2. Failure of function activation with overlong execution;
3. Failure to power on/off the GPS navigator by pressing the power key.
[Note] Restarting the system by pressing the reset key will result in loss of
unsaved data. Please backup your data regularly.
1.3.3 Fixing the GPS Navigator with Mounting Kit
The mounting kit is composed of a back splint and a bracket. To use the
GPS navigator in an automobile, fix it on the dashboard under the front
windshield.
[Note] Do not place the GPS navigator in positions obstructing the driver’s
vision. Do not place it without fixing it, or in the place of air bag or the area
after the air bag is inflated.
1.3.4 Using T-FLASH Card
Copy mapping applications, map data and media files in a T-FLASH card.
Insert the card in the corresponding slot.
[Note]
1. Do not take out the T-FLASH card while an navigation program is
being run or a media file is being played.
2. To avoid drop or crash of the T-FLASH card, do not exert heavy
pressure on it or bend it.
3. Avoid using or storing the T-FLASH card in high temperature, high
humidity or direct sunlight. Keep the card away from liquid or
corrosive substance.
4. Mind the direction while inserting the T-FLASH card to avoid
damaging the slot or the card.
1.4 Accessories
Please find in the package the following accessories.
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Car charger
1 pc
User manual
1 pc
Stylus
1 pc
Warranty card
1 pc
Cradle
1 pc
USB cable
1 pc
Bracket
1 pc
1.5 System Main Interface and Major Functions
Long press the power key on the top side of the GPS navigator to enter the
system main interface shown below.
View the functions of next page by pressing
at the bottom of the
interface.
Tap a function icon at the bottom to enter the next function menus. The main
functions are listed as below.
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Function
Explanation
GPS
Tap to enable navigation function
Media-Music
WMA9 and WAV files supported;
Random, sequence and cycle play supported
Media-Video
WMV, ASF and AVI files supported;
Adjustment of playing progress, pause and full-screen
play supported
Media-Photo
JPGˈGIFˈBMP and PNG files supported;
Photo rotation, zoom in/out and auto play supported
Media-E-book TXT files reading supporting page selection
Bluetooth
Enable wireless connection between the GPS navigator
and a Blue-tooth mobile phone
Games
Othello, DuiDuiPeng, Russia Block, Lianliankan,
BoxMan, Gobang, Snake, JawBreaker and BreakOut
Tools
Calculator and Unit
Setting
Volume, backlight, language, date& time, calibration,
FM transmitter and system info, USB, navigation path
and factory reset
GPS Info
Display GPS information
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GPS
Chapter II GPS
Various navigation mapping applications can be installed in the GPS
navigator, such as Ndrive intelligent navigation systems, which position the
navigator via the satellite receiver and display it on the map. Set a
destination, and the system will automatically work out the best path to help
the user reach the destination safely and quickly.
2.1 Map
Due to transportation development, inconformity between products and real
traffic information will occur a period after product release. Please drive
according to road condition and abide by traffic regulations.
2.2 Navigation
Navigation paths are for reference only, and the user may decide whether to
follow them.
2.3 Reception
High and crowded structures (such as inside of tunnels, space between high
buildings, underground car parks and under viaducts), weather change or
satellite signals turnoff may influence signal reception, resulting in
positioning failure, inaccurate positioning, navigation failure or system
function abnormity.
With stereoscopic maps, instant animation, voice prompt and text prompt of
the navigation system, you will appreciate its unique charm and enjoy a
great trip.
Different navigation maps may have different operation methods. Please
follow instructions of corresponding navigation mapping applications.
[Note] Before using the GPS navigator, please purchase and install mapping
applications and appoint file paths. For setting methods please refer to 7.9
Setting Navigation Path.
Media
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Chapter III Media
The Media function include the music player, video player, photo browser,
e-book reader and flash player.
3.1 Music Player
This section introduces the usage of the music player.
3.1.1 Features
The music player supports WMA9 and WAV files and selection of play
sequence.
Copy audio files to a folder in your memory card before using the player.
3.1.2 Interface and Operation
Tap
in the system main interface to enter the Media interface as
shown below.
Tap
to enter the Music Play as shown below.
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Icon
Media
Name
Explanation
Close
Close the music player.
Minimize
Minimize the music player and return
to the Media interface.
Play
Continue playing the paused/ stopped
music.
Pause
Pause the music being played.
Stop
Stop the music being played.
Set
play Select sequence, random or cycle
sequence
play.
Previous
Play the previous music.
Next
Play the next music.
Volume
Drag it leftward to turn down or
rightward to turn up the volume.
Media
Icon
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Name
Progress
Explanation
Drag it leftward or rightward to play
from a previous or future moment.
Tap
below.
Music list
Enter it to select music to play.
Time
Display the run time.
Equalizer
Enter the equalizer.
in the interface Music Play to enter the Music list shown as
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Icon
Media
Name
Explanation
Close
Close the Music List.
Scroll bar
Drag it upward/ downward to view all music.
Add one
Add a piece of music on the left list to the play
list on the right.
Add all
Add all the music on the left list to the play list
on the right.
Delete one
Select one piece of music in the play list and tap
the icon to delete it.
Delete all
Delete all the music in the play list.
3.2 Video Player
This section introduces the usage of the video player.
3.2.1 Features
The video player supports WMV, ASF and AVI files, full-screen play,
progress selection and file selection.
Copy video files to a folder in your memory card before using the player.
3.2.2 Interface and Operation
Tap
in the Media interface to enter the video player interface shown
Media
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as below.
Icon
Name
Explanation
Close
Close the video player.
Previous
Play the previous film.
film
Play
Continue
playing
the
paused/
stopped music.
Next film
Play the next film.
Stop
Stop the film being played.
Video
Enter it to select a film to play.
folder
Progress
Drag the sliding block leftward to
play from a previous moment or
rightward coming moment.
Volume
Drag it leftward to turn down or
rightward to turn up the volume.
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Media
Icon
Name
Time
Explanation
Display the play time and the music
duration.
Tap
in the Video Player interface to enter the video folder shown as
below.
Icon
Name
Explanation
Close
Close the video folder.
Scroll bar
Drag
the
sliding
block
upward/
downward to view all the files inside the
folder.
Film
name&
format
Film name and its format
Media
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3.3 Photo Browser
This section introduces the usage of the photo browser.
3.3.1 Features
The photo browser supports JPG, GIF, BMP and PNG files, photo rotation,
zoom in/ out and auto play.
Copy photos to a folder in your memory card before using the browser.
3.3.2 Interface and Operation
Tap
in the Media interface to enter the photo browser interface
shown as below.
Icon
Name
Explanation
Previous
View the preview photo in the folder.
Next
View the next photo in the folder.
Zoom in
Scale up current photo.
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Icon
Media
Name
Explanation
Zoom out Scale down current photo.
Tap
below.
Rotate
Rotate current photo 90eclockwise.
Auto
Cycle play all the photos in the folder from current
play
photo.
Folder
Enter the photo folder to select a photo.
Close
Close the browser and return to the Media interface.
in the browser interface to enter the photo folder shown as
Media
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Name
Explanation
Close
Close the current folder.
Return
Return to the previous folder.
Scroll bar
Drag the sliding block to view all the
photos.
3.4 E-book Reader
This section introduces the usage of the E-book reader.
3.4.1 Features
The reader supports TXT files, page turn and folder selection.
Copy TXT files to a folder in your memory card before using the browser.
3.4.2 Interface and Operation
Tap
below.
in the Media interface to enter the reader interface shown as
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Icon
Media
Name
File
Explanation
name& Current file name and format
format
Close
Close the reader.
Scroll bar
Drag
the
sliding
block
upward/
downward to view all content of the
e-book.
Folder
Enter the e-book folder to select an
e-book to read.
Previous
Read the previous page.
Next
Read the next page.
Setting
Select a text theme, font, word size and
bold type.
New
Select partial text and tap the icon to
bookmark
create a bookmark.
Media
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Icon
Name
Explanation
Bookmark list Enter the bookmark list to select or
delete a bookmark.
Page/
total Current page/ total pages
pages
Tap
in the e-book reader interface to enter the setting interface
shown as below.
Icon
Name
Explanation
Close
Exit the setting interface.
Save
Save the setting.
Theme
Tap
to select a theme for the e-book.
Font
Tap
to select a font for the e-book.
Bold
Tap to enable bold type. Tap it again to cancel.
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Media
Tap
in the e-book reader interface to enter the e-book folder shown
as below.
Icon
Name
Explanation
Close
Close current folder
Return
Return to the previous folder.
Scroll bar
Drag the sliding block upward/ downward to
view all TXT files.
File
name& The file name and format.
format
To create a bookmark, locate a page by taping
or
or dragging
the scroll bar in the reader interface and drag to select text content. Tap
when it is on. Tap OK to finish.
Media
Tap
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to view created bookmarks in the interface of Bookmark List
shown as below.
Drag the scroll bar and select a bookmark on the left list. Tap
to the page with the bookmark or tap
to delete the bookmark.
to go
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Bluetooth
Chapter IV Bluetooth
In the main interface, tap
to enter the Bluetooth interface as follow.
At the bottom is the connection status bar.
4.1 Pair
Tap
to enter the following interface to pair with mobile phone
(mobile phone’s Bluetooth function should be enabled beforehand).
Notice: Please keep the Bluetooth mobile phone around the PND while
pairing them.
After successful pairing, the message ”Connected established” and the
mobile phone name will be shown in the interface as below.
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4.2 Outgoing call
Tap
to enter the phone keyboard interface as below.
Tap on the keyboard to enter a phone number. Tap
number entered. Tap
interface.
to delete the last
to generate a call as shown in the following
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Bluetooth
Volume down
Tap it to turn down the volume.
Volume up
Tap it to turn up the volume.
Hang off
Tap to hang off.
When the called number is put through, the interface will be as below.
Volume
Tap it to turn down the volume.
down
Volume up
Tap it to turn up the volume.
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Mic
Tap to input voice.
Volume
Switch the voice output to the mobile phone.
switch
Keypad
Tap it to open the keypad as shown in the
interface below.
Hang off
Tap to hang off.
If the call fails, the below interface will be prompted.
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Bluetooth
4.3 Incoming Call
When there is incoming call, the following interface will be prompted.
4.4 Dial Record
Tap
in the Bluetooth interface to enter the dial record interface as
shown below.
Outgoing
call Tap it to view the list of called numbers.
records
Incoming
records
call Tap it to view the list of incoming call
numbers.
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Failed
call Tap it t to view the list of failed calls.
records
Delete one
Select a number in the list and tap this icon
to delete it.
Delete all
Select all the numbers in the list and tap
this icon to delete it.
Generate
Select a number in the list and tap this icon
to generate a call.
4.5 Redial
In the Bluetooth interface, tap
to redial the last dialed number.
4.6 Setting
In the Bluetooth interface, tap
shown below.
to enter the setting interface as
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Bluetooth
Name
The device’s display name in the Bluetooth
transmission process.
Pin
Tap to set a pin code for the connection
code
between the PND and mobile phone.
Ring
Tap
/
to select a ring tone.
You may choose to keep Bluetooth function when the Bluetooth interface is
closed by ticking in the box. Otherwise, the Bluetooth function will be
disabled.
You may also choose automatic HFP connection when Bluetooth is started
up by ticking in the box.
4.7 Paired Device List
In the Bluetooth interface, tap
interface as shown below.
to enter the Paired Device List
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Profile list
Select a paired device from the list on the left and
tap this icon to view the profile list as shown in
the following interface.
Delete one Tap this icon to delete the .
Disconnect Tap it to disconnect the PND from the mobile
phone.
Select a profile from the list, and then:
Connect
Tap it to reconnect the PND with the mobile
phone.
Disconnect Tap it to disconnect the PND from the mobile
phone.
4.8 Dailup Networking Service
In the above interface, tap
Networking interface as shown below.
to prompt the GPRS Dial-up
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Bluetooth
4.8.1 Operator Info Edit
You may add, modify or delete the operator information. Tap
to
prompt the following interface.
Select an option, for example “Modify Info”, and tap “OK” to go to the
interface as shown below.
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Tap in a column, enter information with the prompted input panel and then
tap “OK” to save the input information or tap “Cancel” to quit.
4.8.2 Dialup Networking Service
In the GPRS Dial-up Networking interface, tap
to connect the
navigator to the network. After connection is established, the Internet
Explorer interface will prompt as shown below.
4.9 Search
In the Bluetooth interface, tap
to enter the following interface and
the device will automatically search and display a list of Bluetooth devices.
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Bluetooth
Select a device from the left list and tap
to pair with it. If fail, the
following interface will be displayed.
You may also tap
to enter the interface of Paired Device List as
below. Please refer to Part 4.7 Paired Device List for details.
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4.10 Phonebook
Tap
to enter the phonebook interface as below.
Download Download the phonebook of the mobile phone to
the PND.
Dial
Select a number from the phonebook and tap this
icon to generate a call.
Delete
Select a number from the phonebook and tap this
icon to delete it.
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Games
Chapter V Games
This chapter introduces the usage of Games.
Tap
in the system main interface to enter the games interface as
shown as below. Tap
to exit.
5.1 Othello
Tap
in the Games interface to enter the interface as shown below.
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5.2 DuiDuiPeng
Tap
in the Games interface to enter the interface as shown below.
5.3 Russia Block
Tap
in the Games interface to enter the interface as shown below.
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Tools
Chapter VI Tools
The tools include Calculator and Unit conversion.
Tap
in the system main interface to enter the tools interface as
shown below. Tap
to exit.
6.1 Calculator
Tap
below.
in the Tools interface to enter the calculator interface as shown
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6.2 Unit
Tap
in the Tools interface to enter the unit converter interface as
shown below.
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Setting
Chapter VII Setting
7.1 Summary
This chapter introduces the setting of the GPS navigator.
Tap
in the system main interface to enter the setting interface to
set volume, backlight, language, date & time, calibration, factory settings,
system info, USB and navigation path.
View the functions of next page by pressing
interface.
at the bottom of the
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Function
Explanation
Volume
Adjust the speaker volume;
enable/ disable sounds for tap;
set startup music.
Backlight
Adjust the brightness of touch screen backlight;
set the interval of auto backlight off under power supply.
Language
Select a system language.
Date & time
Set the system date, time, and time zone.
Calibration
Calibrate the screen when position deviation occurs.
System info
Display system information including ROM version,
software version, OEM version, platform ID and device
ID.
FM
Transmitter
Transmits audio signals of the navigator to the radio set
via frequency modulation.
USB setting
Set the data transmission mode between the navigator and
computer.
Navigation
path
Select a navigation path for the navigator.
Factory reset
Restore the factory settings.
7.2 Volume
Tap
in the setting interface to enter the volume setting interface as
shown below.
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Setting
Close
Volume
Exit the volume setting.
Ten volume grades (from mute to
maximum) available. Tap to decrease
the volume by grade.
Sounds for Tap it to enable the function. Tap it
taps
again to disable the function.
Power-on
Tap
music
music or disable it.
or
to select power-on
7.3 Backlight
Backlight setting includes backlight brightness adjustment and latency of
backlight off.
Tap
in the setting interface to enter the backlight setting interface as
shown below.
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Close
Exit the backlight setting.
Backlight Drag leftward to turn down or
rightward to turn up the backlight.
Auto off
Auto backlight shutoff after service
stop for a period. The options are
always On, 10s, 30s, 1m, 2m and 3m.
Tap
or
to view the options in
cycle or select one.
7.4 Language
Tap
to enter in the setting interface to enter the language setting
interface as shown below.
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Tap
Setting
or
to select a system language and tap
to save the
selection.
7.5 Date& Time
Tap
to enter in the setting interface to enter the language setting
interface as shown below.
Date & Time setting includes system date setting, time setting and time zone
setting.
7.5.1 Setting the system date and time
In the above interface, tap
or
to set the year, month, day, hour and
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minute.
[Note]: Time format options are 12-hour and 24-hour. You may select one of
them.
7.5.2 Setting the system time zone
In the above interface, tap
or
to select a time zone. For example,
select “(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi” for China.
7.6 Calibration
Tap
in the setting interface to prompt the calibration dialog shown as
below.
Tap OK to execute calibration or Cancel to cancel calibration and go back
to the setting interface.
Tap OK, and the following calibration interface is prompted. Click the
center of cross cursor with the touch pen and the cursor shifts from the
center, upper left, lower left, upper right and lower right to finish the
calibration and the interface will be closed automatically to go back to the
setting interface.
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Setting
7.7 FM Transmitter
FM transmitter realizes transmission of audio signals of the GPS navigator
to radio sets. Adjust the emission frequency of the GPS navigator the same
as that of the receiving frequency of the radio, and sounds of the navigator
will be output by the amplifier system of the radio sets.
Tap
in the setting interface to enter FM Setting shown as below.
Close
Exit the FM Setting.
Save
Save current setting.
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Use FM
Tick in the box to enable FM
function.
Frequency Drag the slide block rightward
(or tap
) to increase the
frequency and leftward (or tap
) to reduce the frequency.
The frequency range is 88.00
Mhz-108.00 Mhz.
7.8 USB
Connect the GPS navigator to PC via the MINI USB port to transmit data, or
back up data from the navigator data to PC.
The GPS navigator provides MASS STORAGE and MS STORAGE modes.
Select one in the USB setting.
7.8.1 MASS STORAGE
1. Have the GPS navigator in operation status and the SD card plugged in
the slot;
2. Tap
in the setting interface to enter USB Option as shown below.
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Setting
Select MASS STORAGE and tap
to save it.
3. Connect the MINI USB terminal of the USB cord to the MINI USB port
of the GPS navigator and the standard USB terminal to the USB Host port of
PC. Then, the computer will recognize the navigator and prompt the
following interface.
To disconnect the navigator from PC and enter charging mode, you may tab
.
5. After communication, unplug the MINI USB cable.
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7.8.2 MS ACTIVESYNC
1. Tap
in the setting interface to enter USB Option as shown below.
Select MASS ACTIVESYNC and tap
to save the setting.
2. Install the application Mobile Device in a drive of PC. Then the following
icon will appear in the drive selection.
3. Connect the MINI USB terminal of the USB cable to the MINI USB port
of the GPS navigator and the standard USB terminal to the USB Host port of
PC.
4. After the PC finds new hardware, double click the Mobile Device drive in
the selection area to enter the memory of GPS navigator for data
transmission.
5. After transmission, unplug the USB cable.
[Attention] For data safety, please back up your system data in external
storage. Our company has no responsibility for lost or damage of system
data.
[Note] If MASS STORAGE is selected while the GPS navigator is
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Setting
connected with PC, other operations will be suspended.
[Attention] The following operations will stop suspend the communication
of the system and PC and unsaved data will be lost.
1. Unplugging the MINI USB cable;
2. Powering off the GPS navigator;
3. Resetting the system;
4. Tap the on close button on the top right.
7.9 Navigation Path
Insert a T-flash card with map data into the GPS navigator and tap
to
enter the interface shown as below.
Select a map address and tap
to save the setting.
Tap to select a map address.
Tick in the box to run the set navigation map
when the navigator is powered on.
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7.10 Restoring the Factory Setting
Tap
in the setting interface to restore the factory setting. The
following dialog will be prompted.
Tap OK to restore the default setting or Cancel to return to the setting
interface.
7.11 System Info
Tap
below.
in the setting interface to view the system information as shown
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GPS Info
Chapter VIII GPS Info
Tap
on the system main interface to view the GPS information as
shown below.
To reset the GPS satellite receiver, tap
to prompt a dialog as below.
Tap OK to reset the GPS satellite or tap Cancel to exit
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Chapter IX Troubleshooting
Please carry out the following operations in case of abnormal operation of
the GPS navigator. For further problems, please contact our customer
service center.
Fault
Reason
Solution
Startup failure
Low battery
Supply external power
charge the battery.
and
System down
Reset the GPS navigator.
Sudden power cut
Low battery
Supply external power
charge the battery.
No/ vague display
Low backlight
Turn up the backlight.
Backlight off
Tap the screen with the touch
pan.
Incorrect
response
and
tapping Touch
screen Recalibrate the screen.
not calibrated
No sounds
Low volume
Turn up the volume.
Poor contact of Connect the earphone.
earphone
Communication
with PC
Poor
USB Connect the USB cable.
connection
GPS
signals Poor GPS signal About 3 minutes are needed for
reception failure
low intensity of local GPS
satellite signal.
Loss of map data
Accidental
deletion
Contact
your
agent
or
distributor.
Input a new password after
recovering the GPS data.
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