Renault R-Link Specification

Renault R-Link Specification
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R-Link
QUICK GUIDE
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WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF R-LINK
Congratulations on your choice. Thanks to its integrated touchscreen, steering wheel controls and voice recognition, you can carry on driving without taking your eyes
off the road.
These pages will give you an introduction to the main multimedia features and settings of your R-Link navigation system. At the end of this guide you will find instructions on how to create your account on R-Link Store to benefit from exclusive downloadable services.
Detailed information regarding your vehicle’s use, simulators and full instructions for the R-LINK e-Guide , is available at www.e-guide.
renault.com.
This document does not replace the driver’s handbook. For more detailed information on the functions featured in this guide, please read the complete instructions
for your R-Link navigation system.
Translated from French. Copying or translation, in part or in full, is forbidden unless prior written permission has been obtained from the vehicle manufacturer.
First use
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Entering a destination
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Listening to the radio
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Multimedia
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Bluetooth telephone connection
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Making and receiving a call
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Vehicle
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Ser vices
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Favourites
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System settings
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Description
An SD card is provided with the multimedia
system. Amongst other things, this includes maps
for your country.
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Switching on
The multimedia system switches on automatically
when the ignition is switched on. In other cases,
press the On/Off  button on your system.
Switching off
Press the On/Off button  on your multimedia
system to turn off your system.
Updates
Updates (especially of maps) are published regularly. They are available for download at R-Link
Store by inserting your SD card for your multimedia system into your computer, with an Internet
connection.
Following delivery of a new vehicle, you can update
your system free of charge for a set period. Once
this time has elapsed, you will need to pay for updates.
NB: We recommend creating an R-Link Store account on your computer and updating your system
regularly.
To remove the SD card from slot 1, press the card,
then release it. The card will jut out of the slot by
a few millimetres. Pull the card to remove it completely.
You can also press “System”, then “Remove SD
card” to remove the SD card safely.
Voice recognition
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Depending on the vehicle, button 2 or 3 enables
you to use voice recognition to control the navigation, telephone, etc.
Please see the system manual for further information.
Inserting or Removing the SD card
With the navigation system switched off, insert or
remove the SD card into or from the slot 1.
SD cards are fragile – do not bend them. Insert
correctly.
Only use your SD card for operating and updating your multimedia system. Do not insert into
any other device (camera, portable GPS, etc.) or
in any other vehicle.
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B
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C
FM1
Preset 3
BNR - Dancefloor
A
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D
Flows
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Touchscreen
The multimedia system is fitted with a touch
screen A. Select a function or a button on the
screen by touching it.
Controls
Depending on the vehicle, the multimedia system is
fitted with screen controls A or a central screen B
or a multimedia screen F.
Screen controls A
4On/Off .
5Home page.
6Scroll through a list (MP3).
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Central control B
7Go back to the previous menu.
8Go to the welcome screen.
9Open the pop-up menu.
10 Access the telephone menu
11 Movement:
– moving around the card;
–up/down: move around the various areas
(C, D or E) of a menu (upper bar, central
zone, lower bar);
–left/right: move around the various tabs of
a menu.
E
Menu
11 Rotate:
–move around the various elements of an
area (C, D or E);
– move around a list;
– adjust the scale (ZOOM mode).
11 Press:
– confirm.
12Open the source screen while listening (radio,
audio CD, etc.).
13 Activate the standby screen to hide the map.
14 Access favourites
15 Go to the main menu.
16 Access the ‘Navigation’ menu.
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F
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Multimedia screen F
17 Listen to the radio.
18 On/off
19Rotate: adjust the volume of the source currently in use.
20 Short press: recall a radio station.
Long press: store a radio station.
21Rotate: search for radio stations, change a CD
track.
22 Eject a CD.
23 Choose an external source.
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24 Short press:
–move horizontally in the displays;
–move around the various zones of the
screen;
–change a CD track or playlist.
Long press:
–fast forward/rewind a CD or an audio file.
25 Main menu.
26 Options (context menu).
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27 Switching:
– moving around the card;
–up/down: move around the various areas
of a menu (upper bar, central zone, lower
bar);
–left/right: move around the various tabs of
a menu.
Rotate:
–move around the various elements of a
zone;
–adjust the scale (ZOOM mode).
Press:
– confirm.
28 Return to the previous menu.
29 Home page.
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FM1
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Preset 3
BNR - Dancefloor
Flows
Menu
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Welcome screen
30 Audio information (radio or multimedia).
31 Application notifications.
32 Outside air quality level information.
33 Telephone information.
34 Exterior temperature.
35 Time.
You can change the arrangement of the home
page. Please refer to your system handbook for
further information.
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36 Options (context menu).
37 Navigation map.
38 Favourites.
39 Vehicle information (eco-driving or energy
flow).
40 Access to main menu.
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Drive to...
Main Menu
Navigation
Multimedia
Phone
Home
Saved locations
Address
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Vehicle
Services
System
Recent destinations
Local search
Charging station
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Menu “Drive to...”
Press the “Menu” button to access the “Navigation”
menu, then “Drive to...”.
This menu offers you several ways to enter a destination:
–select an address from the “Address” menu;
–select “Home”;
–select a destination from the “Recent destinations”;
–select “Local search”;
–select a “Charging station” (charging terminal or
station for electric vehicles);
–select an address from “Point of interest” (POI);
–select a “Point on map”;
–select GPS coordinates.
Voice control

You can use the system voice controls to enter a
destination without having to use the screen controls.
Press 1 or 2 and follow the audio and visual instructions provided by the system and on the
screen.
Please refer to the system instructions for further information.
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If these options don’t suit you, access the full
list corresponding to your search by pressing the
button 4 “Display the list”.
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Drive to...
–Select the town or city.
Display the list
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Entering a new “Address”
This section allows you to enter all or part of the
address: country, town, street and number.
–When using for the first time, choose your country and confirm.
–Enter the name or postcode of the town or city
using the keypad.
The system may suggest several town names in
the area 3. Press on the name of the town/city
displayed to confirm.
–Follow the same procedure for screens: “Street”
and “No.”, as applicable.
If you do not want to enter a street number, or
if the system doesn’t recognize your number,
you can indicate an intersection by pressing the
“Junction” button on the “Street” screen and
then select the street.
Note: The system will store the last towns/cities
entered in its memory. You can select any of these
towns/cities directly by displaying the list or from
the “Recent destinations” menu.
Home
Recent destinations
Saved locations
Local search
Address
Charging station
“Home”
This section can be used to start navigating your
way to your preset home destination. Press the
“Home” button.
To change your home address, you can enter an
address using the navigation menu, then select
“Change home address”.
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destin a tion
Drive to...
Home
Recent destinations
Saved locations
Local search
Address
Charging station
“Recent destinations”
This item enables you to select a destination from
the list of addresses last used.
Select “Drive to...” from the main menu, then
choose “Recent destinations”.
From the list of stored destinations, select an address then confirm this address as the destination.
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“Local search”
“Point of interest” (POI)
The “Local search” service enables you to find a
destination and plan a route to this location.
A point of interest (POI) is a service, establishment
or tourist area close to a location (start point, destination city, en route, etc.). POIs are classed in
different categories, e.g. restaurants, museums, car
parks, etc. There are several options to find a point
of interest:
Note: this icon is only displayed if you have a subscription to LIVE Services.
“Charging station”
The “Charging station” menu enables you to find
a charging station for your electric vehicle and to
plan your route to this location. To obtain an up-todate version of the list of charging stations, update
your maps from your R-Link Store account.
Note: you can manage your personal charging
stations via the “Favourites” menu, then select
“Manage my charging stations”.
–category;
–the name of the desired POI.
“Point on map”
This function allows you to define a destination
from the map.
From the navigation screen, move around the map
to position the cursor on your destination, then
confirm: the system calculates the route.
“Latitude Longitude”
This function allows you to define a destination
using GPS coordinates.
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Drive to...
Avenue Du Golf - Aven...
Guyancourt
4:40 min
2 km
Fastest route
16 April, 19:46
Done
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Route summary
Once the destination information has been entered,
the system calculates the route.
The screen has two tabs:
–the journey tab 5 enables a summary of your
route to be displayed;
–the LIVE 6 tab displays traffic information and
warning areas in real time.
In certain countries it is illegal to download and
activate the warning areas and this could lead to
prosecution.
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Confirm trip
At the end of the calculation, the system displays
the route and suggests two options:
–“+”: allows you to view the route details, change
the route and save the destination;
–“Done” : navigation guidance begins.
Note: if you do not confirm, this page will close
after ten seconds and guidance will start automatically.
Electric vehicle details
Depending on the vehicle charge level:
–if the destination can be reached, guidance is
launched;
–if the charge level is not sufficient to reach the
destination, the system presents a selection of
recharging stations along the route.
The flag 5 represents your destination. Depending
on the vehicle, its colour indicates whether the destination can be reached (green) or not (red), depending on the vehicle’s charge level.
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Navigation settings
To adjust the volume of the guidance instructions,
use the sound control for your system during a
voice instruction or use the screen control 7.
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Multimedia
Radio
Media
Video
Settings
Pictures
A
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Preset
To access the radio menu, press “Menu” from the
welcome screen, then “Multimedia” and “Radio”.
List
Frequency
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3
Preset
List
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Frequency
Preset
Frequency
To access the list of saved radio stations, press
the “Preset” tab, then select the station you want
on the screen A.
To add a station, select it from the “List” or
“Frequency” tab, then press and hold the relevant
number on the “Preset” tab.
To search manually for a station, select
“Frequency”. To adjust the frequency, you have two
search options:
List
To access the full list of stations, press button
“List”, then select the desired station.
–manual search – press buttons 2 and 3;
–semi-automatic search – press buttons 1 and 4.
M u ltimedi a
Main Menu
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Settings
Multimedia
Navigation
Vehicle
Multimedia
Services
Phone
System
Your vehicle is fitted with a multimedia system.
From the main menu, press “Multimedia” and
choose from the following list:
–Radio;
–Media;
–Pictures;
–Video;
–Settings.
Several input sources are available:
–USB;
–SD card;
–auxiliary socket;
–Bluetooth® connection.
Radio
Media
Video
Settings
Pictures
Sound
Radio
Pictures
Video
Media
Radio
Settings
Please refer to the Radio section in this document.
This menu allows you to adjust the various multimedia menu functions.
Media
Press “Media”, then select the connected source to
access the audio files. You can:
Please see the system manual for further information.
–access the audio files directly;
–access files, music, genres, artists, albums and
reading lists;
–access files and/or audio files.
Photo slideshows and video playback are only
available when the vehicle is stationary.
B l u etooth ®
telephone
connection
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FM1
Preset 3
BNR - Dancefloor
Manage devices
Telephone of Sandy
To use the device features, you must first set up a Bluetooth
connection between your device and your R-Link.
Do you want to do that now?
Flows
No
Yes
Menu
Pairing a phone
Press the button 1. A message will indicate that
the phone is detected. Press “Yes” to pair the telephone.
Choose your telephone from the list. The telephone
is paired.
You are recommended only to use this function
while the vehicle is stationary.
NB: Depending on the telephone, the system will
request an authentication code.
Turn Bluetooth off
Connecting a telephone
Once the system is initiated, the hands-free phone
system will search for any paired phones present
in the vicinity. The system automatically downloads
the data for the last telephone connected (directory, music, etc). To deactivate this option, please
refer to the section on “Making/receiving a call”.
Changing a connected telephone
The system can save up to five mobile telephones.
You can connect/disconnect any of these telephones at any time.
Press “Phone” on the main menu, then, “Settings”
and “Manage devices” to manage your telephone
connection.
NB: If a call is ongoing while the telephone is being
connected, it will automatically be transferred to
the vehicle loudspeakers.
For other pairing methods, please refer to the
system handbook.
You can use the voice control to place a call
without having to use the screen. Please see
your system handbook for further information.
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Phonebook
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Find
AAA
Phonebook
Call logs
Dial number
BBB
CCC
2
DDD
Voice mail
Settings
EEE
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Making a call from the
phonebook
Making a call from the
call history
Voice control
From the main menu, press “Phone”, then
“Phonebook”.
Press the contact name, then select the number to
place the call.
From the main menu, press “Phone”, then “Call
logs”.
You can use the system voice control to place a call
without using the screen display.
Choose from the four contact lists. For each list,
the contacts are listed from the most recent to the
oldest. Select the contact to make the call.
Press 1 or 2 and follow the audio and visual instructions provided by the system and on the
screen.
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Settings
Manage
Phonebook
Call logs
Dial number
Sound levels
Voice mail
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Activating Bluetooth
Voice mail
Settings
6
Automatically download phone data
Call
Confirm
Entering a number
Settings
From the main menu, press “Phone”, then “Dial
number”.
Press the numbers to dial the number, then “Call”
to place the call.
You are recommended to perform these actions
only while the vehicle is stationary.
Manage
This menu enables you to connect/disconnect a
telephone.
Voice mail
From the main menu, press “Phone”, then “Voice
mail” to reach your voice mailbox. Refer to the
“Settings” paragraph to enter the voice mail
number.
Voice mail
This menu enables you to change the telephone
number for your voice mailbox.
Sound levels
This menu enables you to change the sound settings fro your calls.
Bluetooth® activation/deactivation.
Press 5 to activate or deactivate your Bluetooth®
connection.
Press “Confirm”.
Automatically download phone data
Press 6 to activate or deactivate the automatic telephone data download (phone book, music, etc).
Press “Confirm”.
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Driving-Eco²
Vehicle
Trip report
Duration:
Distance:
Average consumption
Driving-Eco²
Electrical Vehicle
Care
Trip report
My preference trips
Eco-coaching
A
Average speed
Total consumption
Onboard computer
Settings
Energy saved
Save
Your system has menus that enable you to monitor
your fuel and electrical power consumption and,
depending on the vehicle, to adjust certain vehicle settings.
Driving-Eco²
(Depending on the vehicle)
The “Driving-Eco²” menu has three things to help
save energy:
–Trip report;
–My preference trips;
–Eco-coaching.
Anticipation
B
Speed
C
Reset
Trip report
My preference trips
This menu shows you the data saved from your
last journey:
Once you have saved a specific journey, this menu
will show you the changes in your driving style.
Select the type of route saved to access the two
tabs:
–summary;
–details.
–average fuel consumption;
–total consumption;
–average speed;
–recovered energy or mileage completed;
–average environmental driving performance (A
zone);
–braking anticipation (B zone);
–environmental rating of the vehicle speed (C
zone).
To save your data, use the “+”.
Eco-coaching
This menu assesses your driving style and gives
you the best possible advice to optimise your fuel
or energy consumption.
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Consumption details
This graphic shows the flow of energy in the vehicle and compares this with the last 15 minutes
of driving.
Vehicle
Driving-Eco²
Electrical Vehicle
Onboard computer
Care
Settings
Electrical Vehicle
The “Electrical Vehicle” menu is made up of four
sub-menus:
–energy flow;
–consumption details;
–charge schedule;
–heating levels.
Charging programming
This menu allows you to set the start time for
charging based on a time or a weekly calendar. For
further information, please see the vehicle instructions.
Heating levels
This menu enables you to programme the start
time for your air conditioning, based on a weekly
calendar. For further information, please see the
vehicle instructions.
Take Care
(Depending on the vehicle)
This menu enables you to adjust the fragrance diffuser and the air ioniser and view the outside air
quality.
Energy flow
This menu shows you a diagram of the vehicle and
indicates the points where the vehicle is consuming energy or is generating energy to recharge the
traction battery.
Please see your driver’s handbook for further information.
Onboard computer
(Depending on the vehicle)
This menu shows you vehicle information (averages, distances, etc.).
Settings
(depending on vehicle)
This menu grants access to the parking distance
control/reversing camera settings and enables you
to activate/deactivate the following options:
–automatic door locking;
–automatic rear windscreen wiping in reverse
gear;
–daytime running light;
–only deactivate driver’s side unlocking;
–driving style indicator on the instrument panel
(electric vehicle);
–instrument panel lighting during charging (electric vehicle);
–Eco rating.
Press “Confirm” to confirm your selection.
Note: the “Settings” menu is only available if the
vehicle stationary.
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Services
R-Link Store
Aquarium
Navigation services
Calculatrice
Settings
Reader
Services menu
The “Services” menu grants access to your multimedia system live menus;
–R-Link Store;
–Navigation services;
–Settings;
–Your applications;
–Application manager.
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Some functions can be accessed free of charge
during a trial period. You can extend your subscription or buy other products via the vehicle
R-Link Store (accessible under certain conditions),
the R-Link Store accessible on a computer with an
Internet connection (www.renault.com) or at your
local Renault dealer (depending on the country and
the product).
Some products can only be purchased using a
computer over an Internet connection at R-Link
Store. When you need to download an application,
you will be requested to insert your SD card into
the computer and install the R-Link Toolbox software.
R-link store
This menu enables you to purchase LIVE services,
applications and more. From the “Services” menu,
press “R-Link Store”, then browse through the
menu to find your service/application and download.
You can also download applications from your PC
(particularly useful for large files) and transfer
them to your system via the SD card.
Note: some applications must be paid for. You will
be requested to enter your MyRenault.com username and password or pay by credit or debit card.
applications
This menu enables you to access applications purchased from the R-Link Store.
Please see your system instructions for further
information about these services.
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Application manager
Settings
Navigation services
From the “Application manager” menu, you can
delete applications on the service pages.
Traffic
Cameras
Local search
Application manager
Connectivity
manager
My TomTom
LIVE
Weather
Z.E.Services
Update applications
Data sharing
settings
LIVE navigation
services
Turn
Bluetooth
off
Services LIVE
Settings
LIVE services include:
You can access the following menus from the
“Settings” menu:
–HD Traffic;
–Fixed and mobile speed camera alerts or hazardous area alerts (based on local legislation);
–local searches;
–Access to the “My TomTom LIVE” menu.
–weather.
–Application manager;
–Connectivity manager;
–LIVE navigation services;
–Update applications;
–Data sharing settings;
–Bluetooth® activation/deactivation.
Please refer to your system instructions for further information about these services.
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Add a favourite telephone number
Favourites - Navigation
Favourites - Navigation
Select an empty slot or the softkey “Add Favourite”.
Choose a contact from the directory to add to your
favourites.
Add Favourite
Remove a Favourite
Remove all Favourites
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2
3
4
From the main screen, press “Favourites”: the
Favourites menu enables you to create shortcuts
and manage your favourites in four sub-sections:
1Navigation
2Radio;
3Phone
4Applications.
Add a favourite service
Select an empty slot or the softkey “Add Favourite”.
Choose an application to add to your favourites.
Delete favourites
Add a navigation favourite
Select an empty slot or the softkey “Add Favourite”.
Enter an address to add to the favourites.
Adding a favourite radio station
Select an empty slot or the softkey “Add Favourite”.
Select the radio station to add to your favourites.
To delete a favourite, select the favourite you want
to delete, then press “+” and “Remove a Favourite”.
A confirmation message is displayed on the screen
– press “Delete” to confirm.
You can delete all favourites by pressing “+”, then
“Remove all Favourites”. A confirmation message
is displayed on the screen – press “Delete” to confirm.
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“Language”
To select a system language, select “Language”
from the preferences menu. Select the desired language from the list.
System settings
Language
Display
Clock
Safety warnings
Sound
Home screen
Accessing the system
settings
From the main menu, press “System” to access the
following settings:
–Language;
–Display;
–Sound;
–Clock;
–Safety warnings ;
–Home screen;
–keypads;
–define units;
–status and information;
–remove SD card;
–restoring factory settings.
“Display”
This menu provides access to the following settings:
–“Brightness” enables you to adjust the day/night
brightness and the activation/deactivation of the
automatic switch to night-mode;
–“Night-time/daytime” enables you to switch between night display and day display.
“Sound”
This menu adjusts the audio level for the following elements:
–main volume;
–navigation instructions;
–hands-free telephone;
–telephone ringtone;
–voice message;
–system sounds;
–parking distance control sound;
–applications.
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“Warnings”
This menu enables you to adjust the audio level for
alerts (hazardous areas, etc.) and to activate/deactivate the alert with the screen switched off.
“Voice Announcements”
This menu enables you to set the type of message
you wish to hear (traffic, street names, etc.).
NB: Depending on the type of voice selected, the
number of options may vary.
“Voice”
This menu enables you to select the type of voice
(robot or human).
“Clock”
The system automatically adjusts the date and time
by default.
You can adjust the date and time manually. To do
this, use the “Date settings” and “Time settings”
menus.
Please refer to the instructions for your system for further information.
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“Safety warnings”
“status and information”
System settings
When navigation is activated, the system can warn
the driver about certain events (speed alerts near
schools, etc.). From the “Safety warnings” menu,
select the alerts, press “Next” to select the sound
to be linked to these alerts, then confirm by pressing “Confirm”.
Keypads
Remove the
SD card
Define units
Status and information
Restore factoring
settings
Depending on the alerts, you can also set the vehicle speed to the speed at which you wish to be
alerted.
This menu shows the following information:
–system version;
–GPS information;
–network information;
–software licence information;
–copyright.
“remove SD card"
This menu enables you to eject the SD card safely.
“Home screen”
“Keypads”
“restore factory settings”
This menu allows you to configure the location and
the display of menus visible on the homepage.
This menu enables you to configure the type of
keypad (AZERTY, QWERTY, etc.).
This menu allows you to completely reset the
system. In this case, all saved information will be
deleted.
“Define units”
This menu enables you to configure the system
measurement units (degrees, metres, etc.).
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General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.5
Introduction to the controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.8
Switch on/off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.10
Operate and use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.11
Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.13
Radio / AUX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.14
Listen to the radio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.14
Auxiliary audio sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.17
Audio setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.20
Navigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.21
The navigation system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.21
Read a map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.22
Entering a destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.25
Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.31
Map settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.36
Managing the favourites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.37
Navigation settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.39
Bluetooth device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.43
Pairing/unpairing Bluetooth® devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.43
GB.1
Connecting/disconnecting Bluetooth® devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.45
Phone Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.46
Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.47
Receiving/during a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.48
System settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.49
Updating the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.51
Operating faults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.54
All rights including rights vested in the software, content and other materials installed and running in the car
as well as displayed trademarks and logos, are reserved by their respective owners.
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Precautions during use
It is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.
You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
Precautions when operating the system
–Operate the controls (on the dash or near the steering wheel) and read the information on the screen only when road
conditions allow.
–Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard.
Precautions regarding navigation
– Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehicle.
– Depending on the geographical zones, the system may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert. In all cases,
Road Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system.
Precautions concerning the equipment
– Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire.
– Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly.
– Do not insert foreign bodies into the player.
Precautions when using the phone
– There are laws which govern the use of phones in vehicles. They do not necessarily authorise the use of hands-free phone
systems under all driving conditions: drivers must be in control of their vehicles at all times;
– Using a phone whilst driving is a significant distraction and risk factor during all stages of use (dialling, communicating,
searching for a number in the handset memory, etc.).
The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers all
existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected
and the country where it is sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be introduced later in the year.
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GB.4
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/3)
Introduction
Radio functions
Auxiliary audio function
Your vehicle’s multimedia system performs the following functions:
The multimedia system can be used
to listen to FM (frequency modulation),
and AM (amplitude modulation) radio
stations.
You can listen to your personal stereo
directly through your vehicle’s speakers. There are several ways of connecting your personal stereo, depending on
the type of device you have:
– RDS radio;
– management of auxiliary audio
sources;
– hands-free phone;
– navigation assistance.
The RDS system makes it possible to
display the name of some stations and
also for information messages sent by
FM stations to be heard automatically:
– traffic bulletins;
– news bulletins;
– emergency messages.
– 3.5 mm Jack socket;
– audio multi-connection unit (USB);
– Bluetooth® connection.
For more information on compatible devices, contact your approved manufacturer’s dealer or visit the manufacturer’s
website, where available.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/3)
Hands-free phone function
The hands-free Bluetooth® phone
system makes the following functions
possible without having to handle your
phone:
– send/receive/suspend a call;
– transfer the list of contacts from the
phone memory;
– access the call logs for calls which
have come through the system;
Telephone compatibility
Some phones are not compatible with
the hands-free system, and do not
enable you to use all of the available
functions or do not provide the best
possible sound quality.
For more information on compatible
telephones, contact your approved
manufacturer’s dealer or visit the manufacturer’s website, where available.
Navigation assistance
function
The navigation system automatically
calculates the geographical position of
the vehicle by receiving GPS signals.
It suggests a route to your chosen destination using its road map.
Finally, it indicates the route to take,
step by step, using the display screen
and voice messages.
– dial emergency numbers.
Your hands-free phone system is only intended to facilitate communication by reducing the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION (3/3)
1
2
3
3 Time area:
– showing the current time;
6
7
– if Bluetooth is connected, it is displayed in the indicator area.
4 Menu area:
– display subordinate menu of
mode;
– showing current menu as highlighted color.
Main
5
Displays
List
Options
4
Menu screen
1 Mode selection area:
– showing the selected mode;
– when mode area is touched, rest
of the area will be showing mode list.
Options
5 Home area
Home or Back button: goes back to
the home menu or previous screen.
10
9
8
Navigation screen
6 Map view mode (2D/3D)
7 Current street
8 Current audio information
9 Options for route and map setting
10 Voice guidance On/Off
2 Contents Area
showing the contents of menu item
and information.
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introduction to the controls (1/2)
Screen selections are made by touching the desired selection on the screen.
A
C D
B
K
L
Options
J
H
G
M
F
E
N
A
B
C
D
Options
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J
H
G
F
E
Q
P
introduction to the controls (2/2)
Function
A
B, M/N
Short press: standby screen mode On/Off
Adjust the volume
C
USB socket
D
3.5mm Jack socket
E
Access the current media (Radio, AUX) source
F
Access the option menu
G
Access the home menu
H
Mute/unmute the voice guidance
J
Change the map view mode (2D/3D)
K
1st press: access functions for the source currently in use.
Successive presses: select the audio source (Radio, AUX)
L
Answer/end a call
M+N
P
Q
Mute/unmute the sound
Change mode for choosing a radio station (Main, List, Preset)
Radio: search for a radio station
Media: search for audio track
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SWITCH On/off
A
A
Switching on
Switching off
Standby screen
The multimedia system switches on automatically when the ignition is switched
on.
The system switches off automatically
when the vehicle’s ignition is switched
off.
The standby clock mode allows the display screen to be switched off.
In other cases, press button A to switch
on the multimedia system.
When in standby clock mode, the radio
or guidance system does not operate.
With the ignition off, you can use the
system for 20 minutes.
Press button A to activate and briefly
press A to deactivate the standby
screen.
Press A to make the multimedia system
operate for about a further 20 minutes.
Any other action will temporarily reactivate the screen.
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operate and use (1/2)
Touching screen
K
L
Tap (short press):
– Item selection;
– Item execution (Media playing
screen).
When touching forwards button,
moves toward the next song.
Route Settings
Route Planning
Method
On
Period
Charge
Off
On
Off
On
Per-use Toll
When touching with long presses the
list down buttons, scroll (per page)
with acceleration.
Eco
M
R
N
Options
– Item store (Radio screen);
– Move to scroll with acceleration;
Short
Off
Press and Hold (long press):
When touching with long presses the
preset number, stores the current
radio channel.
Fast
Motorway
1
Back to Home menu
System goes back to Home menu directly once you press and hold 1 wherever it is.
Q
P
Using the steering column
controls
Press button P to change the radio station search mode.
– fast-forward or rewind (Media playing screen).
Rotate wheel Q to change the station
(movement R).
When touching with long presses
forwards or backwards button, fast
winding the song.
Press K to change the source (AUX,
AM, FM).
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operate and use (2/2)
2
3
Select 2 to modify your entry.
Select 3 to display list of results.
Select 4 to change the keyboard to
special layout.
Select 5 to use numbers and symbols.
Options
5
4
Using an alphabetical
keyboard
When entering a heading using an alphabetical keyboard, choose each
letter by pressing keyboard.
When choosing each letter, the system
will remove the brightness of certain letters to help enter the letters.
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volume
Volume
Muting the sound
Adjust the sound level when listening to
the different sources, messages, ringtones and phone communications:
Press simultaneously on M/N to mute
the sound.
– by pressing or turning B (depending
on the vehicle);
– or by pressing M/N.
The radio source being listened to is interrupted when “TA” information, news
bulletins or a warning message is received.
This function is deactivated automatically when the volume control is used
or when a news or road traffic bulletin
is broadcast.
Volume adjustment according
to speed
When this function is activated, the
audio and navigation volume will vary
according to the vehicle speed.
To activate and adjust this function,
refer to the information on “Speed dependent volume control” of the section
on “Audio settings”.
Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside
noise can be heard.
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listen to the radio (1/3)
1
6
Main
2
3
List
Preset
5
4 3
Main
Option
List
7
Preset
Option
Main
List
Preset
Option
2
Selecting a wavelength
List mode
Press 1.
Select the wavelength (FM or AM) required by pressing it.
Select the List mode by pressing 5.
This operating mode allows you to find
a station easily by name from an alphabetical list (with FM only).
Choosing a station
It is possible to scan up to 50 available
radio stations.
Select the stations required by press
ing zone 6
Press 7 to scroll through all the stations.
The names of the radio stations that
do not use RDS will not appear on the
screen. Only their frequency is displayed and sorted at the end of the list.
There are different modes for choosing
a radio station.
After having selected the wavelength,
select the mode by pressing 4 or 5.
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8
Preset mode
Select the Preset mode by pressing 4.
This operation mode allows you to
recall on demand those stations which
you have already stored (refer to information on “Storing a station” in this section).
Press zone 8 to select your stored stations.
listen to the radio (2/3)
1
8
Main
2
3
List
Preset
Option
3
Main
List
Preset
Option
RDS
Off
On
TA
Off
On
Region
Off
On
News
Off
On
Main
List
Preset
2
MANUAL mode
This mode allows stations to be
searched manually by scanning the selected wavelength.
Scan the wavelength (advancing in increments of 0.5) by repeatedly pressing 3.
Briefly press 2 to start an automatic
search for radio stations.
Repeat the operation each time the
search stops if necessary.
You can also move wheel Q to launch
an automatic station search.
Option
9
Storing a station
Radio settings
Select a radio station by using one of
the modes described above.
Display the settings menu by pressing 9. You can activate or deactivate
functions by pressing “On” or “Off” (the
setting menu varies depending on the
wavelength).
Press and hold one of the buttons on
the zone 8.
You can store up to 12 stations per
wavelength.
–
–
–
–
–
–
RDS
TA (Traffic announcement)
Region
News
AM
Update List
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listen to the radio (3/3)
RDS
Some FM radio stations broadcast text
information relating to the programme
being listened to (the name of a track,
for example).
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to information on “Radio settings”
in this section.
Region
Note: this information is only available
on some radio stations.
The frequency of an FM radio station
may change depending on the geographical area.
TA (Traffic announcement)
In order to keep listening to the same
radio station when driving, activate
the Region function so that your audio
system can automatically retune the
frequency.
When this function is activated, your
audio system makes it possible to automatically search for and listen to traffic information when they are broadcast
from certain FM radio stations.
Once the function is activated, select
the news station then choose if you require another playback source.
Traffic information is broadcast automatically and has priority over the
source being listened to at the time.
The automatic broadcasts will not operate when listening to radio stations on
the AM wavelength.
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Note: not all radio stations offer this
possibility.
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and annoying changes in frequency. In this case you should deactivate this function.
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to information on “Radio settings”
in this section.
News
When this function is activated, it is
possible to automatically listen to news
when they are broadcast by certain FM
radio stations (depending on country).
If you then select the other sources,
when a broadcast of the selected programme type is made, it will interrupt
the other sources.
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to information on “Radio settings”
in this section.
AM
You can activate or deactivate the AM
wavelength. To activate/deactivate this
function, refer to information on “Radio
settings” in this section
Update List
To update the list of stations and obtain
the most recent ones, press “Start”
(only for FM).
auxiliary audio sources (1/3)
Your system is fitted with an audio multiconnection unit comprising two auxiliary inputs for connecting an external
audio source (MP3 player, portable
audio player, USB key etc.).
To change the auxiliary source, tap 1
to show the list of auxiliary sources and
then tap the desired auxiliary source
from the following possibilities:
1
– USB;
To find the input position, please refer
to the section on “Introduction to the
controls”.
Principles of operation
Connection
There are two types of connections:
– a USB socket,
– a jack.
Connect your portable audio player, depending on the type of device.
Once you have connected a USB
socket or jack, the system automatically detects the auxiliary source.
– iPod®;
– BT: Bluetooth® devices;
– AUX: 3.5mm jack.
Main
List
Option
2
3
Selecting an auxiliary source
In navigation mode or when listening
to the radio, select your auxiliary audio
source by pressing “Home” > “MEDIA”.
The system starts playing the last audio
track played.
Note: any change to the external audio
source which is made when the system
is not active will not be automatically
taken into account.
Audio formats
The auxiliary audio source formats include MP3 and WMA...
Fast winding
Press and hold 2 to fast forward or
rewind.
Playback resumes when the button is
released.
Repeat
This function allows you to repeat one
song or all songs.
Tap 3 and then tap “Off”, “Track”, or
“All”.
Shuffle
Only handle the portable audio player when traffic conditions permit.
Store the portable audio player safely while driving (risk of being thrown
in the event of sudden braking).
This function allows you to play all
songs randomly. Tap 3 and then tap
“On”, “Off” or “Folder”.
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auxiliary audio sources (2/3)
Auxiliary input: USB socket,
Bluetooth®
Note: once connected, you can no
longer directly control your portable digital audio player. You must use the keys
on the system’s front panel.
4
Connect the socket of your portable
audio player to the USB input on the
unit.
Selecting a track
To select an audio track within a folder,
tap “List”.
Connection: USB and portable
digital audio player
To go back to the previous level in the
folder hierarchy, tap 4.
Connect the socket of your portable
audio player to the USB input on the
unit.
Main
List
Option
Once the USB socket of the digital portable audio player is connected, the
“USB” menu is displayed.
Note: depending on the digital portable audio player, some digital portable
audio player may not be connected.
Connection: Bluetooth®
Connection: iPod®
Once Bluetooth® is connected, the
“BT” menu is displayed.
Connect the socket of your iPod® to the
USB input on the unit.
Once the USB socket of the iPod® devices is connected, the “iPod” menu is
displayed.
Note: use the iPod® cable for exclusive
use of iPod® when connecting iPod® to
the USB socket.
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Refer to the section on “Connecting/
disconnecting Bluetooth® devices”.
Use
Depending on the type of portable
audio player, select a folder (MP3
player, USB key) or a playlist (portable
digital music player).
By default, albums are listed in alphabetical order.
Note: if you connect a USB key, all the
folders will be at the same level on the
tree structure.
Depending on the type of digital portable audio player, you can refine your
selection by using folders or files.
auxiliary audio sources (3/3)
Auxiliary input: jack
Connection
Connect the jack of your portable audio
player to the jack input.
Use
No indication of the name of the artist or
the track is displayed on the system’s
screen.
Note: you cannot select a track directly
from your audio system.
To select a track, you must do so directly via your portable audio player,
when the vehicle is stationary.
Audio setting
1
Sound
5
Audio Setting
Display the sound menu by pressing 3.
Right/left and front/rear balance
Sound
Tap 6 or 8 to adjust the sound the left/
right balance.
Off
Loudness
Off
On
Tap 5 or 7 to adjust the sound the front/
rear balance.
Sound
After setting balance, tap “OK”.
Audio
4
Display Bluetooth System
3 2
Display the settings menu by pressing
“Home” > “SETTING”. Tap 2.
Note: the system exits the settings
mode automatically without the need
for any action on the part of the user.
You can also exit the settings mode by
pressing 4.
OK
8
7
6
SDVC (Speed Dependent
Volume Control)
When the speed of your vehicle is more
than 40km/h, the volume level outputs
higher than original volume level.
Adjust the volume/speed ratio by pressing zone 1.
Loudness
Tap “Off” or “On” to turn off or on the
loudness.
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Bass, Mid, Treble
Tap left arrow or right arrow to adjust
the Bass, Mid or Treble.
After setting Bass, Mid or Treble, tap
“OK”.
the navigation system
The navigation system
The navigation system calculates your
position and guides you by using data:
– from the GPS receiver;
– from the digital map.
The GPS receiver
The navigation system uses GPS
(Global Positioning System) satellites
orbiting the Earth.
The GPS receiver receives signals
transmitted from several satellites. The
system can then locate the position of
the vehicle.
Note: after moving a long distance
without driving (ferry, rail freight), the
system may take several minutes to
adjust before retuning to normal operation.
“Map” USB key
The most recent version is installed by
inserting your USB key into a computer
that is connected to the internet. Refer
to the section on “Map update”.
C
Note: USB key is not supplied with the
system.
If possible, always use the most recent
version.
Inserting the USB memory
Connect the USB key to the USB
input C on the unit.
The digital map
The digital map contains the road maps
and town maps that the system requires.
C
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read a map (1/3)
1
4
11Compass
5
12Mute voice guidance on/off
GPS Location info
This function makes it possible to find
out the geographical location of the selected position (Address/latitude/longitude).
Options
3
OK
2
Options
12
11 10 9
8
7
6
Displaying the map
Map key
To display the map around the location
of the vehicle, tap “Home” > “MAP”.
4 Name of the next major road or road
sign information, if applicable.
Touch the map screen.
5 Distance to and direction of next
change of direction.
To move around the navigation map,
drag desired direction on the screen.
Tap 3 to change the scale.
Rotate the map by pressing 1.
6 Estimated time of arrival
7 Distance remaining to the destination
8 Location of the vehicle on the navigation map
9 Route calculated by the navigation
system
10Indicates the direction change
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Touch desired position on the screen.
Press “Options” and then press “Info” to
find out exact location of the selected
position.
Compass
It indicates North whatever the position
of the map.
Press 11 to change the map view between 2D and 3D.
Map icons
The navigation system uses icons 2 to
display points of interest (POI). Refer to
the information on “Display points of interest” in the section on “Map settings”.
read a map (2/3)
– Phone country code;
– Emergency number;
Country Info: France
Where Am I?
Within Towns
Latitude
Countryside
Expressway
Motorway
Longitude
Phone Country Code
Emergency Number
Maximum Blood Alcohol Content:
Altitude
Snow Chains required in winter.
Options
13
Help Nearby
Country information
This function allows you to check information about the current position and
to search for POI nearby. It operates
when GPS is connected.
This function allows you to check country information about current position.
– Latitude;
– Longitude;
– Altitude;
– Visibility vest required;
– Fire extinguisher required;
– Headlights must be on at all
times;
– First aid kit required;
Where am I?
This screen includes information below:
– Maximum blood alcohol;
– Spare bulbs required;
14
Tap “Options” on the map screen and
then tap “Where Am I?”.
– Legal Restrictions effective in the
country:
Tap 13 and then tap “Country Info”.
Information on this screen includes:
– Speed limits;
Speed limits are displayed for expressways. Displayed unit depends
on active regional settings. If data
not available, then “--” shown instead
of table and number.
– Warning triangle required;
– Helmets required for motorcyclists;
– Snow chains required in winter;
– Snow chains recommended in
winter;
– Winter tyres required in winter;
– Winter tyres recommended in
winter.
– House number;
– Current address.
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read a map (3/3)
Where Am I?
Help Nearby
Latitude
Longitude
Altitude
Options
Car Repair
Around Here
Health
Around Here
Police
Around Here
Petrol
Station
Around Here
Help Nearby
14
Help Nearby
This function allows you to search for
assistance near your current position.
Tap 14 to open a new screen for the
quick search.
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Information on this screen:
– Car repair services;
– Medical and emergency services;
– Police stations;
– Gas stations.
To search a destination from this
screen, refer to the section on “Entering
a destination” and the information on
“Select one of the “Points of Interest
(POI)”.
ENTERING a destination (1/6)
Destination menu
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” to
access the destination menu.
Navigation
The destination menu offers several
methods to enter a destination:
– enter an address (complete or partial);
Address
– select an address from Points of
Interest (POI);
Favourites
– select a destination from the previous destinations;
– select an
Favourites;
address
from
2
1
Points of Interest
Find on Map
Destination
Route
History
Coordinate
Options
Options
the
This item allows you to enter all or part
of the address: country, town, street
and number.
When using for the first time:
– Tap the “Country”.
– Tap the keyboard button to enter the
name of the country required.
When entering the address the
system will remove the brightness of
certain letters to help enter the address.
The system may suggest several
country lists by pressing 2. Select
the required country in the lists.
Note: only addresses known to the
system through the digital map are authorised.
– Proceed in the same way for “Town/
Suburb”, “Street”, “Intersecting
Street” and “Street Number”.
– select for destination by using the
map;
– select a latitude and longitude.
Entering an address
Tap 1
Note: “Intersecting Street” and “Street
Number” are activated after select
“Street”.
Note: When entering the street, it is not
necessary to specify the type of road
(street, avenue, boulevard etc).
Note: the system stores previously address in its memory. Once you have
entered a destination by address next
time, the previous address will be given.
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Quick search for points of interest
3
The quick search feature lets you
quickly find a place.
Points of Interest
Tap the map somewhere to search for
points of interest. The point 3 appears.
Tap 4 and then tap “Points of Interest
Around Cursor” to show the list of points
with names and distance from point 3.
OK
Options
4
Selecting points of interest
(POI)
You can select your destination from
the Points of Interest.
You can find a place in different ways:
– with the quick search feature, you
can quickly find a nearby place by its
name.
– with the preset search feature, you
can find frequently searched types of
places with only a few screen taps.
– you can search for a place by its category.
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Searching for points of interest
using preset categories
Petrol Station
Around My Position
Parking
Around My Position
Custom Search
Restaurant
Around My Position
The preset search feature lets you
quickly find the most frequently selected types of places.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
> “Points of Interest” to access preset
categories.
Categories(petrol station/parking/
restaurant)
– If an active route exists, “Petrol
Station” and “Restaurant” are
searched along the route, and
“Parking” is searched around the
destination.
– If there is no active route (destination
is not selected), they are searched
around the current position.
– If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are
searched around the last known position.
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Where to find points of interest?
In a Town/
Suburb
Around My
Position
Along Route
Around
Destination
Searching for Points of Interest by
category
You can search for Points of Interest by
their categories and subcategories.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Points of Interest” > “Custom Search”.
– Tap “Along Route” to search along
the active route, and not around a
given point. This is useful when you
search for a later stopover that results in a minimal detour only, such
as searching for upcoming gas stations or restaurants (the result list will
be ordered by the length of the necessary detour).
– Tap “Around My Position” to search
around the current position or if it is
not available, around the last know
position (the result list will be ordered
by the distance from this position).
– Tap “Around Destination” to search
for a place around the destination
of the active route (the result list will
be ordered by the distance from the
destination).
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Navigation
Address
Favourites
Points of Interest
Find on Map
Destination
Route
History
Coordinate
Options
Selecting a destination from
the previous destinations
You can find the destination to a location that you have lastly set as the destination. Tap 5.
Select the area around which the place
should be searched for:
– Tap “In a Town/Suburb” to search
for a place within a selected town/
suburb (the result list will be ordered
by the distance from the center of the
selected city/town).
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Selecting an address from
the Favourites
You can find the destination to a location stored in the Favourites. To utilize
this function more effectively, destinations that you often travel to should be
stored in advance.
Coordinate
First of all, store in the Favourites by
searching the address. Refer to the
section on “Managing the favourites”.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
> “Favourites” to display the list of favorite destinations.
OK
Options
6
Options
7
8
Selecting for destination by
using the map
Entering the coordinate of
the destination
This allows you search for a destination
by scrolling the map.
This allows you search for a destination
by entering its coordinate.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Find on Map” to select destination on
the map.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Coordinate”.
Tap somewhere on the map that you
want to select as your destination. The
point 6 appears.
Tap 7 to select the point 6 as the destination.
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OK
You can enter the latitude and longitude
values in any of the following formats:
decimal degrees; degrees and decimal
minutes; or degrees, minutes and decimal seconds.
Tap 8 and then tap “UTM” to enter the
coordinate in UTM format.
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Points of Interest Found
Add to Favourites
Info
Back to Car
Close
Options
Options
Find
9
10
11
OK
12
Sorting the list
Confirming the destination
The result of searching a destination by
point of interest, history and favourites
can be sorted by name and distance.
If an active route exists, they can be
sorted by detour. And they also can be
shown all on map. Tap 9.
There are several possible options
before confirming a destination:
Finding a destination by
names
In case of selecting a destination by
point of interest, history and favourites,
you can search for destination in the
list by their names. Tap 10 and enter
names using keyboard.
– OK;
– Add to favourites;
– Info;
– Back to Car.
OK
– If there is no active route (destination
is not selected), tap 12 to confirm the
destination as a new route.
– If an active route exists, you can
select the destination as a new route
or waypoint. Tap 12 and then tap
“New Route” or “Waypoint”.
Add to favourites
Tap 11 and then tap 13 to store selected destination in favourites.
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entering a destination (6/6)
Back to car
14
Tap 15 to move current vehicle location.
Add to Favourites
Info
Back to Car
Close
15
Info
This item allows you to consult the address, latitude, longitude and phone
number (phone number is only activated after selecting a point of interest).
Tap 14.
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Map Settings
View Mode
3D
Viewpoint
Low
Motorway View
Off
2D
Normal
High
On
POI Markers
Options
Options
OK
1
Activating guidance
Guidance screens
Tap 1 or wait 10 seconds after having
entered a destination. Guidance will
begin.
The system will offer several different
navigation maps.
This mode allows you to view the navigation map on the entire screen.
Tap “Home” > “Options” > “Map
Settings” and then tap “2D” or “3D” to
change the map display.
The information on the arrival time and
the distance remaining to the destination are located in the bottom right of
the map.
You can also change the map display
by pressing compass on the map.
The different possible full screen displays are:
Full screen mode (2D or 3D)
The indication for the next change of direction is located in the right side of the
map.
– 2D;
– 3D.
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Voice Language
Options
Options
2
Intersection map
Motorway junction view
During guidance, before each change
of direction, the system will automatically display a close-up of the intersection.
During guidance, before each motorway junction, this system will display a
3-dimensional view of the junction.
The system will automatically switch
back to normal scale after you have
passed through the intersection.
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Note: for some junctions, only a small
turn arrow will appear on the map.
The system will switch back to normal
mode after you have passed the junction.
3
4
Changing voice guidance
language
Tap 2 and then tap “Options” > “Voice
Settings” to change voice language.
Scroll the language list by pressing 4.
Tap the desired language and then
tap 3 to confirm.
guidance (3/5)
Route information
This function allows you to view your
route.
Select “Home” > “Route” after having
entered a destination.
Six choices will be given:
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Edit Route”,
“Avoidances”,
“Overview”,
“Cancel Route”,
“Route Alternatives”,
“Itinerary”.
Options
5
Route overview
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Overview” to
get a map overview of the active route.
You have the following options on this
screen by pressing 5.
The following information will be given:
– Route Alternatives.
– The name and/or address of the destination;
– Itinerary.
– The total time of the route;
Note: for more information, refer to the
section on next page.
– The total distance of the route;
– The special points and sections
of the route (e.g. toll gates, period
charge roads, highways, etc);
– Route settings.
6
7 8 9 10
– Simulate Navigation
This function allows you to quickly
view the required route.
Start or pause the simulation by
pressing 8.
Tap 10 to increase the speed of the
simulation.
You can leave the route simulation at
any given moment by pressing 6.
You can move to previous/next manoeuvre by pressing 7 or 9.
– The route alternatives (e.g. Short,
Fast, Economical).
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Route
Alternatives
Edit Route
Fast
Economical
Short
Options
14
OK
13
OK
12
16
15
18
14
17
Edit route
Avoidances
Route Alternatives
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Edit Route”
to edit the route by modifying the list
of waypoints. You can add or remove
waypoints, reorder the list.
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Avoidances”
to make a detour. Tap a section on the
list you want to make a detour.
This item allows you to change route
planning method.
Tap 11 to add waypoints and tap 14 to
add a new destination. It offers several
methods to enter a destination. Refer to
the information on “Entering a destination”.
Tap 12 to delete a destination.
Tap 13 to reorder the list.
You can change the section by pressing 15.
Confirm the new route by pressing 16.
Cancel the route
At any given moment, you can stop the
guidance.
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Cancel Route”
to cancel the active route.
There are three options with distance
and time to change route planning
method:
– Fast;
– Economical;
– Short.
Refer to the information on “Route settings” in the section on “Navigation settings”.
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Route
Alternatives” and then tap 17.
Confrim the new route by pressing 18.
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Tap 19 to sort the details of the route:
– by summary;
It only shows the waypoints (start,
via, destination) and their distance,
remaining time and arrival time.
Itinerary - Normal
– by normal;
Options
19
Itinerary
This function makes it possible to view
the route plan.
Several details of the route will appear:
– direction change arrows,
– road number,
Route settings
This item enables you to choose your
route settings.
Refer to the information on “Route settings” in the section entitled “Navigation
settings”.
It shows all the maneuvers and their
signpost information, route numbers,
street name and distance. It also
shows informational and warning entries, such as settlement names the
driver enters, restrictions (access
and maneuver restrictions), ignored
user preferences, etc.
– by road list.
It sections the route to road names
and road numbers. It also shows
their length, average direction and
travel time information. Waypoints
are not shown in this mode.
– distance before a fork.
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map settings
Display points of interest
You can select certain points of interest
(visible at 100 m scale) to be displayed
on the map.
1
Map Settings
Navigation
3D
2D
Viewpoint
Low
Normal
Motorway View
Off
On
View Mode
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate
Format
GPS
Destination
Route
POI Markers
Options
2
Tap 2 and then tap 1 to access map
setting menu.
Adjusting view mode
This function allows you to switch the
map view between a 3D perspective
view and a 2D top-down view.
Tap “3D” or “2D”.
3
Adjusting viewpoint
This function allows you to adjust the
basic zoom and tilt levels to your needs.
Three levels are available.
Tap “Low”, “Normal” or “High”.
Motorway View
This function allows you to activate or
deactivate motorway view.
Tap “On” or “Off”.
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High
To access this function directly, Tap 3
to display the points of interest on the
map:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Accommodation;
Airport;
Automotive;
Business;
Cafe or Bar;
etc.
Tap “On” or “Off” to show or hide the
points of interest.
Tap the name of the point of interest to
open the list of its subcategories.
managing the favourites (1/2)
– Address: refer to the information on
“Entering an address” in the section
on “Entering a destination”.
Navigation
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate
Format
GPS
Destination
Route
Options
Creating an entry
Tap “Home” > “Destination” to access
the destination menu. Enter a destination by using several methods.
– Address: refer to the information on
“Entering an address” in the section
on “Entering a destination”.
– Point of interest: refer to the information on “Selecting a point of interest (POI)” in the section entitled
“Entering a destination”.
– History: refer to the information on
“Select a destination from the previous destinations” in the section entitled “Entering a destination”.
– Find on Map: refer to the information
on “Selecting a destination on the
map” in the section on “Entering a
destination”.
– Coordinate: refer to the information on “Entering the coordinate of
the destination” in the section on
“Entering a destination”.
Add to Favourites
Info
Back to Car
Close
In all cases, once the address is confirmed, the system will locate it on the
map. Tap “Options” and then tap “Add
to Favourites” to the destination as favourites.
Before saving favourites, you can
change the name of the favourite by
using keyboard.
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managing the favourites (2/2)
Searching the favourite
This function allows you to search the
favourite in the list by its saved name.
Sort by Name
Sort by Distance
Show All on Map
Delete All
Close
Sorting the list
The result of saved favourites can be
sorted by name, distance, and shown
all on map. Tap “Options”.
Deleting the favourites
Tap the favourite you want to delete.
Tap “Options”, “Delete Favourite” and
confrim by pressing “Delete”.
To delete all favourites, tap “Options”
and then tap “Delete all”. Confirm by
pressing “Delete all”.
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Tap “Find” and enter the name of the
favourite by using keyboard.
Navigation settings (1/4)
Speed limit always visible
1
Warnings
Navigation
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate
Format
GPS
Destination
Route
You can set speed limits always visible.
This function can be turned on or off in
this menu.
Warn When Speeding
Off
On
Speed Limit Always Visible
Off
On
Alert Point Warning
Off
On
Alert point warnings
When the driver passes an alert point,
a warning sign appears on the screen.
This function can be turned on or off in
this menu.
Options
The “Navigation Settings” menu allows
you to change the display of the map or
navigation parameters.
The following alert types are available:
Warnings
– Visual warning: the current speed
limit is shown on the map when you
exceed it.
This item allows you to set up warnings.
Tap 1 to access menu of warnings.
Warn when speeding
Maps may contain information about
the speed limits of the road segments.
The system is able to warn you if you
exceed the current limit. This information may not be available for your
region or may not be fully correct for all
roads in the map.
– Audio warning: you receive a nonverbal warning when you exceed the
speed limit.
Tap “On” or “Off” to turn on or off the
warning.
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Navigation settings (2/4)
Period charge
It enables or disables the use of roads
for which a special license has to be
purchased in order to make use of
these roads during a certain period.
2
Route Settings
Navigation
Route Planning
Method
Warnings
Voice Settings
Route Settings
Coordinate
Format
Destination
Route
Map Settings
GPS
Route settings
This function allows you to set how
routes will be calculated.
Tap 2 to access menu of route setting.
Route planning method
This system will offer 3 main route priority criteria:
– Fast: gives a quick route if you can
travel at or near the speed limit on all
roads;
– Short: gives a short route to minimise the distance to travel;
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Short
Off
On
Period
Charge
Off
On
Off
On
Per-use Toll
Options
Fast
Motorway
Eco
Options
– Eco: this mode produces a compromise between fast and short routing
modes. If you can save a certain distance by travelling for slightly longer
time in exchange, it will do just that.
The resulting route might be shorter
than the fast variant, but not significantly slower.
Motorways
You might need to avoid motorways
when you are driving a slow car or you
are towing another vehicle.
Per-use toll
It enables or disables the use of roads
for which toll has to be paid to use only
once a certain part of a road.
Ferries
It enables or disables the usage of all
types of ferries, ships and trains.
Unsealed roads
It enables or disables the use of unpaved roads.
Navigation settings (3/4)
Permit needed
It enables or disables the use of roads
which are situated in not publicly accessible areas.
Border crossing
If it is disabled and the Start and
Destination waypoints are in the same
country, then the roads that are outside
of the country are disabled.
Note: permit needed and border crossing options are available only if the corresponding segments are included in
the planned route.
Coordinate Format
Navigation
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate
Format
GPS
Destination
Route
Options
3
Map settings
Coordinate format
Refer to the information in the section
on “Map settings”.
This function allows you to change the
format of coordinate.
Voice settings
Tap 3 to change the format of coordinate.
This function allows you to change the
language of voice guidance.
This system will offer 3 types of format.
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Navigation settings (4/4)
A
GPS Information
Navigation
Available Satellites: 9
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate
Format
GPS
Destination
Accuracy: HIGH
Route
Options
4
GPS
This function allows you to check the
status of GPS satellites.
Tap 4 to see the GPS information
(screen A).
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GPS UTC Time: 17:11:45
PAIRING, UNPAIRING BLUETOOTH® devices (1/2)
Bluetooth® connection
Check that the Bluetooth® connection is “ON”. To do this, Tap “Home” >
“SETTING”, select “Bluetooth”.
Pairing Bluetooth® device
In order to use your hands-free system,
you must pair your Bluetooth® mobile
to your vehicle before using it for the
first time.
Pairing will enable the system to recognise and store a device. You can pair
up to 8 devices, but only one can be
connected at a time to the hands-free
system.
Pairing is carried out directly on your
device.
Your hands-free system is
only intended to facilitate
communication by reducing
the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must
always comply with the laws of the
country in which you are travelling.
Bluetooth Setting
Dial
View Bluetooth Device List
Search for Bluetooth Device
External Device Authorization
Change Passkey
Audio
Display
Bluetooth System
1
Your multimedia system and device
must both be switched on.
Note: when pairing, ensure any other
devices already paired are not connected to the hands-free system.
Tap “Search for Bluetooth Device” or
“External Device Authorization” on the
screen or tap 1 on phone screen.
From your device, carry out the procedure in the following order:
– activate the device’s Bluetooth®
connection;
– run a search for Bluetooth® devices
in close proximity;
– select “MEDIA-NAV” (Name of
hands-free system) from the list;
– enter the Bluetooth® code “0000” on
the device keypad.
Note: the Bluetooth® code “0000” is
default. You can change the code by
pressing “Change Passkey” on the
screen.
Note: some devices don’t need to enter
the Bluetooth® code.
The device is automatically stored and
connected to the vehicle. If pairing fails,
repeat these operations.
For more information, refer to your device’s user guide.
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PAIRING, UNPAIRING BLUETOOTH® devices (2/2)
Tap 2. Tap the trash can icon on the
device to be deleted in the list. Confirm
your choice by selecting “OK”.
2
Bluetooth Setting
View Bluetooth Device List
Search for Bluetooth Device
External Device Authorization
Change Passkey
Audio
Display
Bluetooth System
Unpairing Bluetooth® device
Unpairing erases a device from the
hands-free system memory.
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You can also delete all device in the list
by pressing “Options”, “Delete all” and
confirm your choice by selecting “OK”.
CONNECTING, DISCONNECTING BLUETOOTH® devices
Connecting a Bluetooth®
device
Connection failure
Changing a connected phone
If connection fails, check that:
Your device must be connected to the
hands-free system in order to use all its
functions.
– the device is configured to accept
the system’s connection request;
The multimedia system can store up to
8 Bluetooth® devices.
It is not possible to connect a device to
the hands-free system if it has not first
been paired. Refer to the information on
“Pairing/unpairing Bluetooth® devices”.
Once the system is initiated, the handsfree system will search for any paired
devices present in the vicinity (the
search may take a minute).
A message will indicate that the phone
is connected. If a call is in progress
when the connection is made, it is
transferred to the vehicle speakers.
– your device is switched on;
– your device battery is not flat;
– your device has been paired to the
hands-free system;
– the Bluetooth® for your device and
the system are activated.
Note: Using your hands-free system for
prolonged periods of time will discharge
your device’s battery more quickly.
You can connect/disconnect one of the
8 Bluetooth® devices at any time.
Tap “Home” > “SETTING”, select
“Bluetooth”. Tap “View Bluetooth
Device List”.
Tap the device to be connected and
confirm by pressing “OK”
If a call is in progress when the phone is
disconnected, the call will automatically
switch to your phone.
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Phone book
Note: system may ask whether to
transfer phone’s Phone Book into system’s Phone Book in certain phones.
1
Phone book
Calling a number in the
Phone Book
After finding the contact in the Phone
Book you want to call, you can select
the number and make a call.
Search by Name
2
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Phone Book” to access the system’s
Phone Book.
Using your Phone Book
You can use the Phone Book entries
stored on the memory of phone.
After connecting your system and
bluetooth phone via Bluetooth® wireless technology, the numbers in your
phone’s Phone Book is transferred automatically into system’s Phone Book.
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Searching the Phone Book
contact by alphabet
If there are many contacts in the Phone
Book list, it can be useful to display
them in the alphabetical order for easier
searching.
Tap 2 and then enter the name of contact you want to search by using keyboard.
It is recommended that you
stop your vehicle before entering a number or searching for a contact.
making a call
Dialling a number from the
call history
1
You can use the calling list stored on
the memory of phone.
Calling Lists
After connecting your unit and
Bluetooth® phone via Bluetooth®
wireless technology, the numbers in
your phone’s All Calls, Outgoing Calls,
Incoming Calls, and Missed Calls list
is transferred automatically into calling
list.
All
5
Dial
4
3
2
Dialling a number from the
phonebook
Refer to the information on “Calling a
number in the phonebook” in the section on “Phonebook”.
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Calling Lists”.
Tap 5 to access to the list of All Calls.
Tap 4 to access the list of Outgoing
Calls.
Tap 3 to access the list of Incoming
Calls.
Tap 2 to access the list of Missed Calls.
For each list, the contacts are listed
from the most recent to the oldest.
Select a contact to make the call.
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6
Entering a number
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Dial” to make a call entering a number.
Tap the number buttons to make a call
and then tap 7
To correct a number tap 6. Press and
hold 6 to delete all the numbers at once.
It is recommended that you
stop your vehicle before entering a number or searching for a contact.
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receiving, during a call
Dial
Incoming call
Accept
Refuse
1
2
3
4
Receiving a call
During a call
When receiving a call, the reception
screen is displayed with any information available on the caller:
During a call you can:
– the name of the contact (if the
number is present in the phonebook
list);
– the caller’s number;
– “Unknown” (if the number cannot be
viewed).
– hang up by pressing 1;
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5
– switch the microphone on/off by
pressing 2 or 3;
– hear sound through the phone
speaker by pressing 4;
– hear sound through the vehicle
speaker by pressing 5;
system settings (1/2)
System setting
Language
Display setting
System setting
Display
Brightness
Low
Mid
High
Language
Map Mode
Auto
Day
Night
Clock/Units
Clock
Factory Setting
This function allows you to set the time
format between the “12h” and “24h”.
System Version
Audio
Display Bluetooth System
Audio
Display Bluetooth System
To access the system parameters:
Map mode
– Tap “Home”, “SETTING”;
To improve the visibility of the map
screen between day and night, you can
change the combination of the colours
of the map.
– Auto: The map screen is displayed
by GPS. Day and night mode automatically are changed.
– Day: The map screen is always displayed with bright colours.
– Night: The map screen is always displayed with dark colours.
– tap the menu on the bottom of the
screen;
– select an item.
Display setting
Display brightness
You can set the brightness of the
screen.
This function allows you to change the
language used in the system and voice
guidance language.
Note: clock is configured automatically
by the GPS and it is not possible to
change it manually.
Units
This function allows you to set the unit
of distance displayed on your navigation system. You can change the unit
between the “km” and “mls”.
Set the display brightness to Low, Mid
(Middle), or High.
GB.49
system settings (2/2)
Factory Setting
This function allows you to initialize various settings to the default settings.
– All: Initializes all the settings to the
default settings.
– Phone: Initializes all the settings related with phone.
– Navigation: Initializes all the settings
related with navigation.
– Audio/Media/Radio: Initializes all the
settings related with Audio/Media/
Radio.
System Version
This function allows you to check the
version of system.
GB.50
Audio setting
Refer to the section entitled “Audio setting”
Bluetooth setting
Refer to the section entitled “Pairing/
unpairing Bluetooth® devices”.
Updating the system (1/4)
Installing the software
Install the Naviextras Toolbox in a few
clicks on your computer. The Toolbox
can be downloaded from:
– https://renault.naviextras.com/
toolbox
– https://dacia.naviextras.com/toolbox
After downloading the install file from
website, simply double-click the file to
start the instrallation.
Follow the instructions shown on the
screen.
By inserting your USB key into a computer that is connected to the internet,
you can:
– update your map content;
– update the system;
– purchase new maps;
– upgrade to premium POI content.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
Creating an internet account
To log in, click the “Not logged in” icon
in the toolbar at the top of the page or
click the Login button in the Toolbox
main screen. In case you are not registered on Naviextras.com website, you
can easily do that from Toolbox by clicking on the “Register” button on the login
page.
Latest map guarantee
Once your new vehicle has been delivered, you will have a maximum of
90 days in which to update the map for
free. Once this time has elapsed, you
will need to pay for updates.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
GB.51
Updating the system (2/4)
Registering the system with
the Toolbox
To register your navigation system to
your user profile, first you have to take
an empty USB key to the navigation
system.
Note: to insert the USB key, please
refer to the section on the “The navigation system” in your notice, and specifically the information on “Inserting the
USB memory”.
Connect your USB key to your computer (the computer must already be
connected to the internet). When your
system is successfully connected and
the Toolbox finds it in the list of supported systems, the system (or software) name will appear at the top of the
Toolbox window.
Navigation
Update
Close
Destination
Route
Options
Note: USB key is not supplied with the
system.
Note: at least a 4GB storage size of
USB key is recommended.
When the USB key is inserted into the
navigation system’s USB socket, you
have to select “NAVI” > “Options” >
“Map update” > “Update” button on the
system’s menu.
This creates a fingerprint of your navigation system to the USB key which is
going to be used by the Toolbox to register your system to your account and
to let the Toolbox determine which updates are available for your system.
GB.52
If you have followed the instructions,
and successfully connected your USB
key and then logged in, then your
system is already registered into your
user profile.
Updating the system (3/4)
Downloading updates to the
USB key
If you purchased any free or pay contents, please click on the updates
button in the menu bar on the left side
of Toolbox.
The updates button will open a screen
which shows all available updates, including:
– items that you have purchased but
not yet installed (updates or extras);
By default, all items belonging to all
regions are selected for installation. If
you decide to skip a region for now, uncheck the checkbox at the beginning of
its table row. After reviewing the table,
click Install at the bottom of the screen
to start the installation process.
The Toolbox will start downloading and
installing the selected updates. Please
wait until you receive a message that
the operation is completed.
– free updates and extras that you
added to the installation queue from
the Catalogue;
– system updates (if a newer version
available);
– and special free updates.
The list shows all available updates by
region in a list and on a world map.
The Toolbox warns you if the selected items exceed the maximum
storage of navigation system. In this
case, you can select which items
can be installed or removed in the
system so that it does not exceed
the storage limit.
Even if items are removed in the
system, you still have ownership of
items and can install them later for
free.
In certain countries it is illegal to download and activate the speed camera
warnings and this could
lead to prosecution.
GB.53
Updating the system (4/4)
Updating the system and
map
A
When the process of downloading is
done, the USB key can be removed
from the computer. Bring it back to the
navigation system and insert the USB
key to the system’s USB socket.
Update Info
Current Software Info
Software Version: 1.0
When the system is turned on, it automatically notices the available updates
on the USB key, and offers to update
the system or map from the updates
found on the USB key.
Note: downloading and installing a
system update is only possible, if there
is a newer version available.
New Software Info
Software Version: 2.0
Update
2
1
– Screen A is displayed automatically
once the USB key connected.
– Tap 1 to start update.
Tap 2 to go back to previous screen.
The update procedure starts automatically. Do not use any of the system
functions during the update procedure.
When the update is completed, the
navigation system restarts with all new
and up to date functionality.
Please neither remove the USB
key from the system, nor shut the
system down while update is in
progress.
The system might be restarted automatically during the update process. Please wait to display the radio
screen.
If the update is accidentally interrupted, restart the process from the
beginning.
GB.54
Operating faults (1/2)
Description
No image is displayed.
System
Causes
The screen is on standby.
Solutions
Ensure that the screen is not on standby.
No sound can be heard.
The volume is set to minimum or mute.
Increase the volume or deactivate mute.
No sound comes from the left, right, front The balance or fader settings are incor- Adjust the sound balance or fader coror rear speakers.
rect.
rectly.
Navigation
Description
Causes
Solutions
The location of the vehicle on the screen Incorrect positioning of the vehicle Move the vehicle until reception of the
does not correspond to its actual loca- caused by GPS reception.
GPS signal is improved.
tion.
The directions on the screen do not cor- The version of sytem is out of date.
respond to the actual road.
Obtain the latest version of the system.
Certain items on the menu are not avail- Depending on the current command,
able.
some items will be unavailable.
GB.55
Operating faults (2/2)
Navigation
Description
Voice guidance is unavailable.
Causes
Solutions
The navigation system does not include Increase the volume.
the intersection.
Ensure voice guidance is activated.
Voice guidance is deactivated.
The directions of the voice guidance do The voice guidance may vary according Drive according to the actual conditions.
not correspond to your exact location.
to the environment.
The suggested route does not start or The destination is not yet recognised by Enter a road near to the required destiend at the required destination.
the system.
nation.
Phone
Description
Causes
Solutions
No sounds or ringtone can be heard.
The mobile phone is not connected to the Ensure that the mobile phone is consystem.
nected to the system.
The volume is set to minimum or mute.
Increase the volume or deactivate mute.
Impossible to make a call.
The mobile phone is not connected to the Ensure that the mobile phone is connected to the system.
system.
Unlock the phone keypad.
The phone keypad has been locked.
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Alphabetical index (1/2)
A
address book.........................................GB.28, GB.37 – GB.38
answering a call............................................................... GB.48
ARTIST............................................................................ GB.18
AUX................................................................. GB.17 → GB.19
auxiliary source............................................... GB.17 → GB.19
B
BALANCE........................................................................ GB.20
balance............................................................................ GB.20
BASS............................................................................... GB.20
bass................................................................................. GB.20
Bluetooth connection....................................................... GB.45
Bluetooth®.............................................GB.43, GB.45 – GB.46
Bluetooth® portable audio player
pairing........................................................................ GB.18
unpairing.................................................................... GB.18
C
call................................................................................... GB.47
call volume...................................................................... GB.13
clock................................................................................ GB.49
display........................................................................ GB.49
confirm a destination.........................................GB.29 – GB.30
connect a telephone........................................................ GB.45
contacts list...................................................................... GB.46
D
destination.............................GB.25 → GB.30, GB.37 – GB.38
detailed route................................................... GB.31 → GB.35
detour.............................................................. GB.31 → GB.35
dialling............................................................................. GB.47
dialling a number............................................................. GB.46
E
entering an address......................................................... GB.25
F
FADER............................................................................ GB.20
fast winding..................................................................... GB.17
favourite number............................................................. GB.46
FM/LW/MW bandwidths................................... GB.14 → GB.16
G
GPS
receiver..........................................................GB.21, GB.42
reception.................................................................... GB.21
guidance
activation.................................................................... GB.31
cancellation................................................................ GB.35
map............................................................ GB.31 → GB.36
voice.......................................................... GB.31 → GB.35
J
Jack socket...................................................................... GB.19
L
LIST mode....................................................................... GB.14
M
MANU mode.................................................................... GB.14
map
digitised map.............................................................. GB.21
display............................................................GB.22, GB.36
scale.......................................................................... GB.22
settings..........................................................GB.36, GB.39
map navigation................................................................ GB.36
mute................................................................................ GB.13
O
operating faults..................................................GB.55 – GB.56
operation......................................................................... GB.10
GB.57
Alphabetical index (2/2)
P
pairing a telephone.......................................................... GB.43
POI........................................................GB.26 – GB.27, GB.36
point of interest......................................GB.26 – GB.27, GB.36
PRESET mode................................................ GB.14 → GB.16
R
range of wavelengths...................................... GB.14 → GB.16
RDS.......................................................................GB.5, GB.16
receiving a call................................................................. GB.48
S
screen
monitor....................................................................... GB.10
navigation display .................................... GB.31 → GB.35
navigation screen....................................... GB.31 → GB.36
settings...................................................................... GB.36
setting.............................................................................. GB.20
settings..................................GB.40 → GB.42, GB.49 – GB.50
audio.......................................................................... GB.20
balance...................................................................... GB.20
brightness.................................................................. GB.49
fader........................................................................... GB.20
navigation.................................................. GB.40 → GB.42
storing a radio station...................................... GB.14 → GB.16
switching off..................................................................... GB.10
system
update........................................................ GB.51 → GB.54
T
3D/2D mode.................................................................... GB.31
treble............................................................................... GB.20
U
unpairing a telephone...................................................... GB.44
USB................................................................. GB.51 → GB.54
GB.58
USB key.......................................................... GB.51 → GB.54
USB socket.......................................... GB.18, GB.51 → GB.54
V
volume............................................................................. GB.13
volume: adapted to speed............................................... GB.13
W
WMA................................................................................ GB.17
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Precautions during use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction to the controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Swivel screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SD card: use, initialisation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Switching on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guided tours. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating principles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Volume and voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reading a map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preparing a route. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enter a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Find alternative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Traffic information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Browse map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIVE Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add and manage favourites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Help me! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Radar menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Image viewer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reversing camera. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Updating the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating faults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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Precautions during use
It is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.
You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
Precautions when operating the system
–Operate the controls and read the information on the screen only when road conditions allow.
–Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard.
Precautions regarding navigation
– Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehicle.
– Depending on the geographical area, the map on the SD card may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert.
In all cases, Road Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system.
Precautions concerning the equipment
– Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire.
– Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly.
– Do not insert foreign objects or a damaged or dirty SD card into the reader.
– Allows clean your screen with a microfibre cloth or a soft, moistened cloth.
– Use an SD card which is suitable for your navigation system.
The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers all
existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected
and the country where it is sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be introduced later in the year.
2
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/3)
The navigation system
The navigation system calculates your
position and guides you using data:
– vehicle speed and information from
the gyro (measuring the vehicle direction);
– the digital map;
– the GPS receiver;
– the subscription-only Live Services.
Note: when using the vehicle for the
first time, the speed information and
the gyro will be undergoing final calibration. It is therefore normal that the
system does not provide a very precise
location until the vehicles has travelled
around fifty kilometres and undertaken
about forty pronounced corners.
The GPS receiver
The navigation system uses GPS satellites (Global Positioning System) orbiting around Earth.
The GPS receiver receives signals
transmitted from several satellites. The
system can then locate the position of
the vehicle.
Note: after moving a long distance
without driving (ferry, rail freight), the
system may take several minutes to
adjust before retuning to normal operation.
If these services are available in your
country, the Live Services icon will
appear on the navigation screen.
The digital map
The system suggests a route to your
chosen destination using:
The digital map contains the road maps
and town maps that the system requires. This is found on the SD card.
LIVE services
These include road safety alerts, HD
Traffic™, local search with Google™
and the weather forecast. At the end
of the 3-month trial period, you can
extend your subscription on-line via
TomTom HOME™ (refer to the section
on "System updates).
Note: these services require a subscription, and use an inaccessible SIM
card integrated into the navigation
system.
Navigation assistance
function
– its road map (on the SD card);
– the positioning sensors which estimate your location even if the GPS
signals are lost;
– information from the traffic information service (depending on country);
– road safety information (speeding
warning, speed limit zone);
– HD Traffic™, from subscription to
Live Services.
Finally, it indicates the route to take,
step by step, using the display screen
and voice messages.
3
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/3)
A
B
F
E
D
Preferences 1 of 5
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Use night
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Show POI
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Safety preferences
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Voice preferences
Turn off
sound
Manage
Favorites
Avenue du Golf
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C
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L
66
K
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J
I
H
Displays
Map screen
Menu screen
D Navigation maps
E Indication of the next navigation instruction (road sign)
F Traffic information
G Clock
H Instructions for navigation and distance to next change of direction
A Menu name
B Name of the function or sub-menu
C Menu page scroll bar
Note: a menu may contain several
screen pages.
4
I Estimation of the distance and time
remaining before you reach your
destination and the arrival time
J Exterior temperature
K Current location
L Audio information (depending on the
vehicle)
Note: you can return to the map screen
at any time by pressing the “MAP2D/3D" button on the remote control or
the central control.
If you have just modified a parameter,
remember to confirm it using the soft
buttons before returning to the map
screen.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (3/3)
M
N
N
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102.45
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RADIO 1
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P
26°C
Traffic
When you use your audio system to
modify a source or change the audio
parameters, the audio information appears in full screen mode.
When the operations are completed, the
audio screen closes again, the audio information is displayed on band P and
the navigation screen reappears.
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Traffic
O
Audio display
300
P
O
Audio screen
MSource currently in use (Radio, CD,
etc.)
N Preset station.
O Information on the current track or
station.
P Additional information on radio messages and services (I news…) and
the CD play mode (Random)
Depending on the vehicle, the radio
display appears either on the navigation screen or on the dashboard
screen.
For more information, refer to the
manual for your audio system.
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introduction to the controls (1/2)
Central control
Function
1
1
2
1
Soft buttons
2
INFO/ROUTE
Access the Traffic information (short press), accessing
the programmed route summary (long press).
3
Rotary button
Rotate:
– move vertically and horizontally through the menus;
– modify the scale (ZOOM mode).
Shift (up, down, right, left):
– move vertically or horizontally through the menus;
– move around the map.
Press:
– confirm;
– display the quick menu.
5
MENU/SET
Access the full navigation system menu (short press)/
the system settings (long press).
6
LIGHT/DARK
Change the brightness of the screen (short press)
or activate the standby screen to hide the map (long
press).
7
REPEAT/MUTE
Repeats the instruction (short press), deactivates the
voice guidance (long press).
8
DEST/HOME
Access the “Navigate to...” menu (short press), navigate to your home (long press).
9
MAP-2D/3D
10
BACK
BACK
10
INFO
MAP
ROUTE
2D/3D
DEST
MENU
SET
HOME
REPEAT
MUTE
9
8
7
LIGHT
DARK
6
5
3
Note: depending on the vehicle, the
system has either a central control
or a remote control.
6
Select and confirm
From a menu: displays the map
From the map: switches the map to 2D/3D mode.
Back to previous screen.
introduction to the controls (2/2)
Remote control
Function
1
Soft buttons
A
4
1
Remote control
5
MENU
9
MAP-2D/3D
10
BACK
1
10
9
4
5
Note: to connect your remote control more quickly, press one of the
remote control buttons when the
system starts, before the legal notices appear.
Note: the remote control unit does
not have press and hold functions.
Select and confirm
Shift (up, down, right, left):
– move vertically or horizontally through the menu;
– move around the map.
Press the central button:
– confirm;
– displays the quick menu.
Accesses the full navigation system menu.
From a menu: displays the map
From the map: switches the map to 2D/3D mode.
Back to previous screen.
Note: depending on the vehicle, the
system has either a central control
or a remote control.
Store the remote control in its housing, away from sunlight, to ensure
the batteries are not damaged.
LED A on the remote control flashes
once your navigation system is connected to it. To replace the batteries,
refer to the section entitled “Remote
control: batteries”.
7
swivel screen
Definition
Manipulation
Depending on the vehicle, your navigation screen can be turned to the left
and right to ensure it can be read with
the utmost comfort under any circumstances.
To avoid any mistakes with the vehicle
trajectory and/or accidents, it is recommended that the screen is moved when
the vehicle is stationary.
8
Push the screen on the left or right to
swivel it.
SD card: use, initialisation (1/2)
SD card
An SD card is supplied with the navigation system. It includes, among other
things, a map of your country or group
of countries.
Updates are regularly issued, in particular for maps and fixed safety cameras.
They are only available for download
by inserting your navigation system’s
SD card into a computer which is connected to the internet.
Once your new vehicle has been delivered, you will have a maximum of
60 days in which to update the map for
free. Once this time has elapsed, you
will need to pay for updates.
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To update your system and your map,
refer to the section entitled “System
update” in your user manual.
Only use an SD card which is compatible with your vehicle's navigation system.
Only use your SD card for operating and updating your navigation
system. Do not insert any other
device (camera, portable GPS,
etc.), or in another vehicle.
Remember to back up the data on
the SD card regularly. Refer to the
section entitled “System update” in
your user manual.
You can also download maps covering more countries than your original map (e.g. Western Europe).
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SD card: use, initialisation (2/2)
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Add Favorite
26°C
Browse map
Map corrections
View route
Remove SD
card
B
Inserting the SD card
Removing the SD card
Switch off the ignition to switch off the
navigation system and insert the SD
card B in slot A.
From the main menu, select “Remove
SD card”, then confirm using the righthand soft button. A message informs
you when you can remove the SD card.
To remove the SD card from slot A,
press on the card, then release it. The
card is released a few millimetres.
Note: do not insert the SD card in another vehicle.
Pull the card to remove it completely.
The SD card is fragile; do not bend
it. Insert it the right way round, as
shown in the diagram.
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Switching on/off
Switching on
Hiding the map
The multimedia system switches on automatically when the ignition is switched
on.
(depending on the vehicle)
From the quick menu, the “Hide Map”
button switches off the display screen.
In other cases, press the On/Off button
on your audio system.
Only the map and the instructions are
hidden. The audible warnings for cameras and the voice guidance instructions remain active, as does the audio
information from the radio.
Press the On/Off button on your audio
system to make the multimedia system
run for an extra 20 minutes.
12:00
24°C
Switching off
With the ignition off, the system is deactivated automatically when the driver’s
door is opened.
With the ignition on, press the On/Off
button on your audio system.
Press and hold the “LIGHT/DARK"
button on your central control.
Pressing any of the keys will switch the
screen back on.
Exterior temperature/clock
With the ignition on, press the On/
Off button on your audio system. The
system then stops the guidance and
displays a simple clock screen (and the
temperature, depending on the vehicle).
Resetting the system
To reset all the system parameters and/
or delete all personal data, use the
“MENU/SET" button to access the main
menu and select "Change preferences”
then “Reset factory settings”, then
follow the instructions on the screen
using the soft buttons.
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Guided tours (1/2)
“Planning preferences”
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“Planning preferences” menu.
15:15
Main Menu 3 of 3
Guided tours 1 of 2
A B
Photo gallery
Itinerary planning
Prepare
route
“Itinerary planning”
16:30
Central
control
Driving view
Menu options
Planning preferences
Itinerary
planning
?
Status & Information
Help me!
Guided tours
Guided tours
Browse
map
“Driving view”
Your navigation system offers you tutorials so that you can quickly become familiar with the different functions:
This tutorial will teach you about the different areas of your navigation screen
and the best way to use them.
“Central Control operation” or
“Remote control”
“Menu options”
This tutorial will teach you to use the
central control and the remote control
for your navigation system.
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This tutorial teaches you about the
menus for the main functions.
“Browse map”
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“Browse map” menu.
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“Itinerary planning” menu.
Guided tours (2/2)
“TomTom HOME”
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“TomTom HOME™” application.
Guided tours 2 of 2
Traffic information
“LIVE services”
Warnings and
notifications
Quick menu
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“LIVE services” menu.
LIVE
TomTom HOME
LIVE services
“Traffic information”
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“Traffic info” menu.
“Warnings and notifications”
This tutorial teaches you about the different notices and information which
appear on the navigation screen.
“Quick menu”
This tutorial teaches you how to use the
“Quick menu” menu.
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operating principles (1/2)
Central control
2
1
Remote control
1
BACK
A
4
B
MAP
A
INFO
1
DEST
MENU
REPEAT
MUTE
15
7
1
LIGHT
DARK
Navigating a menu
Central control
– Turn rotary switch 3 for vertical or
horizontal movement (movement A
or B);
– push 3 to move vertically or horizontally (movement A or B).
Remote control
Press buttons 5 to move vertically or
horizontally (movement A or B).
Confirming/cancelling a
selection
Always confirm the selection by pressing 3 or 7. To return to the previous
menu, press 2.
Special features of the
remote control
From the navigation map:
– the left soft button can be used to
repeat the voice instruction;
– the right soft button can be used to
display the programmed route summary.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Done
C
3
sec
1
2
SET
HOME
9:13am
B
ROUTE
2D/3D
5
6
D
Shortcuts
From the navigation map, some buttons on your remote control unit have
shortcuts giving direct access to menus
and functions.
4 Zoom,
6 Info Menu.
Soft buttons
Soft buttons 1 (ṅ and Ṅ ) are
used to select or confirm an action or
selection C or D which appears at the
bottom of the screen.
operating principles (2/2)
Description of the menus
Quick menu
Using these menus, and depending on
whether you have a central control or a
remote control, you can quickly access
the following menus:
Quick menu
Disable voice
Use night colors
Report safety
camera
Use night colors
Report safety
camera
13:22
13:22
Hide Map
Disable voice
Cancel route
Mark location of
map error
Hide Map
Brightness preferences
Cancel route
Quick menu for vehicles with
central control
Quick menu for vehicles with
remote control
From the navigation map, you can
access the quick menu directly by
pressing on the centre button of your
central control.
From the navigation map, you can
access the quick menu directly by
pressing on the centre button of your
remote control.
-Day/night colours: daytime/nighttime display;
-Report safety camera: reports the
presence of a mobile or fixed speed
camera;
-Cancel route: stops the guidance in
progress;
- Mark location of map error: flags
an error on the map;
-Disable/activate voice: switches
the guidance instructions on/off;
- Hide map: hides the map;
- Brightness preferences: selects
the brightness of your navigation
system depending on the brightness
of the light outside.
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Volume and VOICE
Selecting a voice
Speech preferences
Preferences 1 of 5
Use night
colors
Speech preferences
Show POI
on map
Safety preferences
Turn off
sound
Manage
Favorites
15:15
Change voice
Disable voice
Speech preferences
Your system allows you to select either
a synthesised or human voice. This
voice is used to give the voice instructions.
To modify the voice used by your navigation system, from the main menu,
select “Change preferences” then
“Speech preferences” and “Change
voice”. Selecting a voice from the list.
Synthesised voices
Volume
Changing the volume
To change the volume, use the audio
system volume control during a voice
instruction. If the instruction is too quick,
you can repeat it using the “REPEAT/
MUTE" button on your central control
unit, or use the left soft button on your
remote control.
Refer to your audio system’s handbook.
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Deactivating the sound
To turn off the sound, in the main menu,
select “Change preferences”, or from
the quick menu on the remote control
by pressing the centre button, then
“Turn off sound”.
To turn the sound back on, select the
“Turn on sound” heading.
Deactivating the voice
To deactivate the guidance instructions,
press and hold the “REPEAT/MUTE"
button on the central control or select
"Change preferences” then “Disable
voice”
Synthesised voices are generated by
your navigation system. They give you
verbal instructions while you are driving. They can give road directions, traffic sign information, etc.
Recorded human voices
The human voices are recorded by an
actor or actress.
Note: the human voices only give you
simplified guidance instructions.
reading a map
A
B
C
D E
6:47
A2/E35 Utrecht
Marc Bloch
30
300
Avenue Léon
metres
14
km
Avenue du Golf
LW
10245
J
66
I
RDS-AF
H
4.5 km
0:05h
6:52
26°C
G F
Map key
A Warning of the next risk area with
the related distance (fixed or mobile
safety camera, school, etc.).
B Name of the next major road or road
sign information, if applicable.
C Traffic sidebar: display of incidents
on the route, traffic info reception indicator.
D Current time.
E Distance to and indication of next
change of direction.
F Exterior temperature (depending on
the vehicle).
G Information about your journey, such
as remaining distance, journey time
and arrival time.
Note: to select what will be shown,
select Change preferences” in the
main menu, then Status bar preferences”.
H Audio system information.
I Current location.
J Sign giving the speed limit (the speed
given depends on the unit chosen).
Note: the sign turns red and flashes
if you drive faster than the speed limit
Colour codes
The roads are displayed differently depending on the type of carriageway.
You have the option to change the colours: in the main menu (MENU button),
select "Change preferences” then
“Change map colors”.
K
6:47
A2/E35 Utrecht
Marc Bloch
30
300
Avenue Léon
metres
14
km
Avenue du Golf
LW
10245
66
RDS-AF
4.5 km
0:05h
6:52
26°C
L
Map icons
The navigation system uses icons K to
display points of interest (POI).
Compass
To display or remove the compass L,
from the main menu (button “MENU”),
select “Change preferences”, then
“Show compass”.
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entering a destination (1/4)
Main Menu 1 of 3
Navigate to...
Find alternative
HD Traffic
LIVE
Change preferences
LIVE services
Safety Alerts
Current position:
“Navigate to...” menu
Press the “MENU" button to access the
"Navigate to...” menu.
The “Navigate to...” menu offers you
several ways to enter a destination:
– enter an address from the “Address”
section using one of the following
methods:
– entering a full address (City and
street);
– searching by “Zip Code”;
– selecting a “City center”;
– selecting a “Crossing or intersection”.
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– select the “Home”;
– select an address from the “Favorite”
section;
– select a destination from the locations in the “Recent destination” section;
– select an address from the “Point of
Interest” (POI) section;
– select a “Point on map”;
– select a “Latitude” or “Longitude”.
1
Ville : Vers
Vers (Haute-Savoie)
Note: only addresses known to the
system through the digital map are authorised.
When using for the first time:
– select the destination country.
– enter the name of the required city
using cursor 3.
The system may suggest several
cities in zone 1, the first line is always
highlighted in yellow.
Formation
3, passage
Mongallet
Fontenay S/
Vers (Lot)
France
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
123
X
Entering a “New address”
This item allows you to enter all or part
of the address: country, city, street and
house number.
2
Done
3
press the “Done” button to confirm
the city highlighted in yellow.
– access the full list corresponding to
your search by selecting arrow 2 to
the right of the list.
– select the desired city and confirm.
– proceed in the same way for “Street”
and “No.”.
Note: the system stores previously entered cities in its memory. You can directly select one of these cities by selecting zone 1.
entering a destination (2/4)
Navigate to... 1 of 2
Home
Navigate to... 1 of 2
Favorite
Address
Home
Google
Recent
destination
Local Search
Navigate to... 1 of 2
Favorite
Address
Home
Favorite
Point of
Interest
Recent
destination
Local Search
Google
Point of
Interest
“Home”
This box allows you to navigate to your
home and you can activate it from the
central control by pressing and holding
the “DEST/HOME" button.
To save your home address, refer to the
section on “Add and manage favourites” in your manual.
“Favorite”
The “Favorite” section contains the favourite stored destinations and favourites such as your place of work.
Recent
destination
Local Search
Address
Google
– In the main menu, select the heading
“Navigate to...”.
– Select “Favorite” and confirm.
– Select the required destination address in the list of stored addresses.
– Confirm.
To save a destination as a favourite, refer to the section on “Add and
manage favourites” in your manual.
Note: the “Favourite” icon will be
greyed out if you do not have any destinations stored.
Point of
Interest
“Recent destination”
This item enables you to select a destination from the list of addresses last
used. These are automatically stored.
In the main menu, select the heading
“Navigate to...” and then “Recent destination”.
From the list of stored destinations,
select an address then confirm this address as the destination.
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entering a destination (3/4)
POI category:
Navigate to... 1 of 2
Navigate to... 1 of 2
Nightlife
Home
Favorite
Address
Airport
Rest area
Embassy
Google
Recent
destination
Local Search
Home
Library
Address
Google
Government office
Point of
Interest
Favorite
Recent
destination
Local Search
Point of
Interest
Find
“Point of Interest” (POI)
A point of interest (POI) is a service,
establishment or tourist area close to a
location (start point, destination city, en
route, etc.). POIs are classed in different categories, e.g. restaurants, museums, car parks, etc.
There are several options to find a point
of interest:
– category,
– the name of the desired POI.
In the main menu, select the heading
“Navigate to...” then “Point of Interest”
and confirm.
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Search by POI name
Enter the name of the POI that you wish
to find and the system will automatically
search for the point of interest.
Search by POI category
Select your desired category type.
Choose the area you require: “POI near
you”, “POI in city” or “POI near Home”.
Enter a city name and start the search
by selecting “Done”.
“Local Search” with
Google™
This service allows you to use a keyword to quickly find any point of interest and then make it a destination. It
gives you quick access to the Google™
database, which contains the most upto-date information on companies and
services, including their addresses, telephone numbers, and ratings from internet users.
Note: this icon is only displayed if you
have a subscription in the country where
the LIVE Services are available (refer
to the section on “LIVE Services”).
entering a destination (4/4)
Navigate to... 2 of 2
LIVE
SEVRES
Avenue Roger-Salengro
Chaville
LE CHESNAY
CHAVILLE
Point on map
VIROFLAY
Latitude
Longitude
0:13 h
9.4 km
GO
IQ Routes
20 mai, 9:50
Details
Done
At the end of the calculation, the system
displays the navigation summary and
suggests two options:
– “Details” enables you to see details
of the journey in various forms (refer
to the information on “Route information” in the “Guidance” section).
– “Done”, guidance starts.
Note: if you do not confirm, this page
will close after ten seconds and guidance will start automatically.
Note: “ IQ Routes™" is a function which
optimises the journey time using statistical data and allows routes to be calculated according to the average level of
traffic for the given day and time.
“Point on map”
“Latitude Longitude”
This function allows you to define a
destination from the map. In the main
menu, select “Navigate to...” then
“Point on map” using the buttons on the
remote control or the rotary button on
the central control.
This function allows you to define a
destination using latitude and longitude
values.
To activate or deactivate this function,
refer to the information on “Planning
preferences” in the “System settings”
section
Confirming the destination
To plan a journey in advance, refer to
the section entitled “Entering a destination” in your user manual.
From the central control or the remote
control, move around the map to position the cursor on your destination,
then confirm: the system calculates the
route.
Once the destination information has
been entered, the system calculates
the route. By default, it is calculated
using the fastest route.
Note: the calculation criteria can be
modified in the parameters.
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guidance (1/4)
A2
9:57
A67 D27 E34
9:13am
View route
6:47
A2/E35 Utrecht
Venlo
30
14
km
0:42h
LW
Browse as
images
Browse
map of
route
metres
14
km
51.7km
10:39
Browse as
text
300
10245
66
RDS-AF
4.5 km
0:05h
6:52
Show route
Demo
Show route
summary
Show traffic on
route
Find alternative
26°C
Lane images
Guidance screens
Route information
When approaching a road change (on
major roads), the system may switch to
“Show lane images” mode: a 3D image
provides a close-up view of the junction
with a turn arrow and road signs.
Intersection map
This function allows you to view your
route before guidance begins.
To deactivate the lane guidance, refer
to the section on “System settings”.
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During guidance, before each change
of direction, the system will gradually
zoom into the junction.
To deactivate automatic zooming mode,
refer to the section entitled “Change
preferences”
Select “Details” after having entered a
destination. Guidance will begin.
Six choices will be given:
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Browse as text”,
“Browse as images”,
“Browse map of route”,
“Show route Demo”,
“Show route summary”,
“Show traffic on route”.
guidance (2/4)
Note: to change your route (alternative
route, adding waypoints, etc.) select
“Find alternative” using the left soft
button.
“Browse as text”
This function makes it possible to view
the route plan.
“Browse as images”
This function allows you to see changes
in direction as images.
“Browse map of route”
This function makes it possible to view
the map of the route.
Several details of the route will appear:
“Show route Demo”
– direction change arrows,
This function makes it possible to view
a demonstration of the route. You can
select the speed of the demonstration.
– road types,
– road names,
– miles/kilometres before a fork.
LIVE
SEVRES
Avenue
TraficRoger-Salengro
sur le
parcours
Chaville
LE CHESNAY
Pas de trafic sur le parco...
CHAVILLE
VIROFLAY
+
GO
0:13 h
9.4 km
Radars
0 fixe sur le parcours
IQ Routes
20 mai, 9:50
Details
Done
“Show route summary”
This function is used to return to the
previous screen. The details of the journey time, the miles and the type of journey (“IQ Routes™" activated/deactivated) are displayed.
Note: to access this page directly from
the navigation map, use the right soft
button on the remote control or, from
the central control, the “INFO/ROUTE"
button.
“Show traffic on route”
This function gives you an overview of
all the traffic incidents affecting your
journey.
Once subscribed, the Live tab allows
you to view the details of your journey (delays caused by traffic, fixed and
mobile safety cameras).
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guidance (3/4)
9:13am
Find alternative
Calculate alternative
Avoid roadblock
Recalculate
original
Avoid part of
route
Travel via...
Minimize
traffic
delays
Destination:
“Avoid roadblock”
“Recalculate original”
Select this menu if you see a roadblock or a line of traffic ahead which
was not indicated by the “Traffic info”
service. You then have to choose how
much of the route ahead you want to
avoid. Choose from the different options: Avoid 100m, Avoid 500m, Avoid
2000m, Avoid 5000m. Your system will
recalculate your route avoiding the section of the route for the distance you selected.
Select this menu to return to the original route.
“Travel via...”
Alter route
To alter your route, from the main menu,
select “Find alternative” then one of the
following options.
“Calculate alternative”
Select this menu to calculate an alternative to the route already planned.
Your system will look for another route
from your current location to your destination.
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Select this menu to change your route
so that it goes via a particular location,
perhaps to pick someone up on the
way. You choose the location you want
to pass though the same way as you
choose a destination. So you can select
from all the same options: Address,
Favorite, Point of Interest and Point on
map. Your system will calculate a new
route to your destination that passes
through the location you chose.
guidance (4/4)
9:13am
Destination:
Calculate alternative
Recalculate
original
Avoid roadblock
Avoid part of
route
Travel via...
Minimize
traffic
delays
Main Menu 2 of 3
Cancel route
Browse map
Add
Favorite
View route
Map corrections
Remove SD
card
Destination:
“Avoid part of route”
Select this menu to avoid a part of the
route. Use this option if you see that
your route includes a road or a junction
that you wish to avoid. Then, choose
the road that you wish to avoid from the
list of roads on your route.
“Minimize traffic delays”
Select this menu for your system to
plan your route based on the latest traffic information.
Deactivating guidance
To stop guidance when in progress, in
the main menu (MENU/SET button),
select "Cancel route” and confirm.
To resume guidance, select “Navigate
to...”, then “Recent destination”.
Note: to stop guidance, from the central control or the remote control, press
the centre button then “Cancel route”.
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Find alternative
Main Menu 1 of 3
Navigate to...
Travel via...
Find alternative
Find alternative
HD Traffic
Calculate alternative
Avoid roadblock
Travel via...
Home
Favorite
Minimise
delays
Recent
destination
Local Search
Google
LIVE
Change preferences
LIVE services
Safety Alerts
Current position:
Itinerary with waypoints
To add waypoints to your route, press
“MENU/SET" in the main menu, select
"Find alternative”, “Travel via...”, then
enter the waypoint address.
Show route
summary
Avoid part of
route
Current position:
The system calculates the route taking
the detour into account.
Note: you can add several waypoints
to your route.
Planning a route in advance
You can use your navigation system to
plan journeys in advance by selecting
both your starting point and your destination. For example, to find out how
long a journey is going to take before
you start, or to check the route of a journey you are planning.
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Address
Point of Interest
Current position:
To access the menu, from the main
menu (MENU/SETbutton), select
"Prepare route”.
Select a starting point in the same way
as you would select your destination.
Select a destination.
Choose the type of route, then confirm.
The system plans the route and allows
you to view the details.
Traffic information (1/3)
1
2
A
B
Main Menu 1 of 3
Navigate to...
Find alternative
LIVE
Change preferences
LIVE services
C
Traffic
Safety Alerts
14
km
Current position:
14
km
D
E
F
The “Traffic info” service
“Traffic info” is a service available on
your navigation system which allows
you to receive up-to-date traffic information from the best local sources.
The traffic info service uses TMC information transmitted on the FM band.
This service flags up events as points
on the map and covers major roads. It
is updated approximately every 15 minutes.
Note: the menu title is “HD Traffic™"
depending on the LIVE Services used.
The traffic bar
The side traffic bar displayed in guidance mode, shows the latest traffic information for your route.
Note: the traffic sidebar differs depending on the source used. Bar 1 with the
LIVE Services connected.
Bar 2 if the RDS-TMC source is connected.
Note: please see the “LIVE Services”
chapter for more information about the
“HD Traffic™" service.
Display
The “Traffic info” function
The navigation system indicates traffic
incidents:
– by displaying symbols on the map
(list of icons at the end of the section);
– with voice messages.
Depending on the operating status of
the “Traffic info” service, the following
icons are displayed on the traffic sidebar:
A Your device is searching for an FM
station broadcasting traffic information.
B Traffic information is up-to-date or
being updated.
C Traffic information has not been updated for at least 9 minutes.
D Traffic information has not been updated for at least 14 minutes.
E Traffic information has not been updated for at least 19 minutes.
F Traffic information has not been updated for at least 24 minutes.
The availability of the “Traffic Info”
service varies according to country.
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Traffic information (2/3)
“Show traffic on route”
Traffic information can include:
–
–
–
–
–
–
accidents and incidents,
traffic volumes,
roadworks,
weather conditions,
general information,
lane closures.
TomTom HD Traffic
Minimise
delays
Show traffic on
route
Traffic preferences
Browse
map
Read aloud
traffic info
“Traffic info” configuration
menu
Manage the “Traffic info” service
To manage “Traffic info” service information on the main menu (“MENU/
SET" button), select "Traffic”. The submenus will appear.
“Minimise delays”
Select this option to alter your journey
based on the latest traffic information.
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Select this menu to see an overview of
all traffic incidents on your route. You
can use the left and right buttons on the
resulting screen to see more detailed
information about each of these incidents.
“Browse map”
This menu enables you to explore the
map and keep up-to-date with the traffic situation in your area. To access the
map, in the main menu select “Traffic”,
then “Browse map”. The map displays
in the last location shown. For information relating to the incidents shown on
the map, select the incident using the
right and left buttons, then confirm.
Note: to access an area you are
searching for more quickly, add it to
your favourites (refer to the section entitled “Browse map”.)
Traffic information (3/3)
“Traffic preferences”
To access this menu, select “Traffic” in
the main menu button “MENU/SET",
then "Traffic preferences”.
The following preferences can be
changed:
– Automatically minimise delays
after every traffic update. To select
your preference, tick the box to the
right of your choice using the central confirmation button. Once your
choice has been selected, select
“Done” with the soft button.
– Beep when traffic situation on
route changes. Your device beeps
when a new traffic incident occurs on
your current route.
Note: by default, the beep is deactivated.
“Read aloud traffic info”
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning

Accident

Heavy rain

Traffic jams

Snow

One or more
closed roads

Strong wind, storm

Road closed

Fog

Traffic incident

Ice

Road works
Select this menu for your device to read
all traffic incidents aloud on your route.
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Browse map (1/2)
“Options”
1
2
3
Map detail preferences
4km
SEVRES
9:13am
Show Points of Interest
LE CHESNAY
To change the display preferences for
points of interest (POI), press left soft
button (POI).
Favorites
CHAVILLE
Traffic
VIROFLAY
Images
Names
GO
Coordinates
Find
Options/Zoom
POI
Done
A
To browse the map, press “MENU/SET
in the main menu, select "Browse map”
or use one of the direction buttons on
the control from the navigation view.
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Access the option from the map
browser. This menu allows you to select
the information that you wish to see on
your browser.
Note: soft button A changes depending on the type of navigation control.
If you have a central control, the right
soft button accesses the options. If you
have a remote control, the right soft
button zooms using the up and down
keys. In this case, to access the options, press the centre button, then the
right soft button.
To confirm your selection, select the
right soft button (Done).
Browse map (2/2)
Find...
1
2
3
Cursor position:
4km
SEVRES
Home
Favorites
Address
LE CHESNAY
CHAVILLE
Center on car location
Navigate there
Find...
VIROFLAY
Google
Recent
destination
Local Search
GO
Point of
Interest
Find
Options/Zoom
“Find”
“Cursor position:”
You can centre your map on a specific
location; press the left soft button (Find)
and this menu will allow you to centre:
To access the “Cursor position:” from
the map browser, press the centre
button. This menu enables you to:
–
–
–
–
–
–
your home,
a favourite,
an address,
a recent destination,
local search with Google™,
a point of interest.
Add as
Favorite
Cursor position:
Add as
POI
Militaire vliegbasis eindhoven
(+31-40-2506911)
Correct location
Options
– centre the map on the vehicle location,
– navigate to a point on the map,
– search for a point on the map,
– add a point on the map to the favourites,
– add a point on the map to the POI,
– correct the location of your vehicle.
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LIVE services (1/2)
The latest fixed camera updates can be
downloaded via TomTom HOME™.
LIVE services
Main Menu 1 of 3
Google
Navigate to...
Find alternative
Change preferences
LIVE services
Traffic
Safety Alerts
LIVE
HD Traffic
Weather
Safety Alerts
My Services
Local
Search
Read inbox messages
Configure
Current position:
Once you subscribe, LIVE Services will
include road safety alerts, HD Traffic™,
local search with Google™ and the
weather forecast.
Note: the HD Traffic™ service is called
"Traffic” if the subscription is not yet activated.
At the end of a 3-month trial period, you
can extend your subscription online
via TomTom HOME™ (please see the
System Update chapter). When these
services are available in your country,
the LIVE Services icon will appear activated on the browser screen.
“Safety Alerts” shows mobile speed
camera alerts as well as fixed speed
camera alerts. Information is obtained
in real time using information from other
TomTom users.
You can deactivate this function by
going to the “Safety Alerts “ menu in
LIVE Services.
Note: fixed safety cameras are only
updated via TomTom HOME™ by connecting the SD card.
Accessing LIVE Services
To access LIVE Services:
– from your central control or remote
control unit, press the “MENU"
button;
– select “LIVE services”.
“Safety Alerts”
This service includes the location of
mobile safety cameras in real time, accident blackspots and fixed safety cameras.
Requirement for obtaining LIVE
Services:
– a current valid subscription is required.
The content of LIVE Services varies
according to country.
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LIVE services (2/2)
Contrary to the source TMC, the HD
Traffic™ service uses a new traffic information source: drivers' mobile telephones.
LIVE services
Google
Safety Alerts
HD Traffic
Weather
My Services
Local
Search
Read inbox messages
Configure
This anonymous data means the position, direction and speed of mobile
phone users driving on the road network can be pinpointed exactly.
HD Traffic™ gives the duration and
length of incidents. It covers a large
section of the road network. It is updated approximately every 3 minutes.
My Services
Mui
État de connexion LIVE:
MUID : IB2433JO1772
Nom du compte : Tom C.H
TomTom HD Traffic
Valable jusqu'au 8/10/2010
Sélectionner pour effecuer le renouvellement...
Safety Alerts
Valable jusqu'au 8/10/2010
Sélectionner pour effecuer le renouvellement...
TomTom Weather
Valable jusqu'au 8/10/2010
Sélectionner pour effecuer le renouvellement...
MyTomTom account
Done
“Local Search” with Google™
“HD Traffic™"
HD Traffic™ includes an exclusive,
high quality traffic information service.
This services enables you to:
– plan a route which reduces delays
caused by road traffic;
– know the length of the traffic-induced
delays affecting your journey;
– view the traffic in the area where you
are driving.
The “Local Search” with Google™
service allows you to use a keyword
to quickly find any point of interest and
then make it a destination.
“Weather”
The weather forecast service gives you
five-day weather reports for the area of
the map where you are located and for
the area you are heading to.
“My Services”
This service allows you to find out when
the subscription to the services expires.
The subscription to the services can be
renewed from the “My Services” screen
by selecting one of the services.
An email address will be required to receive the e-mail setting out the details
of the subscription.
Note: availability of all LIVE Services
will vary depending on the country. To
find out more about service availability in your country, please see www.renault-multimedia.com.
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Add and manage favourites (1/2)
Main Menu 2 of 3
Cancel route
Add
Favorite
“Point on map”
Select the location of your Favourite
using the cursor, then select “Done”
using the soft button.
Add Favorite:1/2
Browse
map
Map corrections
View
route
Remove SD
card
Home
Recent destination
Favorite
Point on map
Address
Point of Interest
Current position:
Creating an entry
In the main menu (MENU/SET button),
select "Add Favorite “.
You can select the location for your
Favourite from the following list:
“Home”
You can set your home location as a
Favourite.
“Favorite”
Not used
“Address”
When you enter an address, you can
choose from four options:
– City center,
– Street and house number,
– Zip Code,
– Crossing or intersection.
“Recent destination”
Select a favourite location from the list
of those you have recently entered as a
destination.
Give your Favourite a name that is easy to remember. Your navigation system will
always suggest a name, usually the address of the Favourite. To enter a name,
just start typing.
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“Point of Interest”
You can add a Point of Interest (POI) as
a Favourite from the list below:
– POI near you: to search from a list of
POIs near your current position.
– POI in city: to choose a POI in a particular town or city. You have to specify a town or city.
– POI near Home: to search from a list
of POIs near your Home location.
If you are currently navigating to a destination, you can also select from a list
of POIs which are on your route or near
your destination.. Choose one of these
options:
– POI along route,
– POI near destination.
Add and manage favourites (2/2)
Add Favorite:2/2
Use night
colors
My location
9:13am
Preferences 1 of 5
Show POI
on map
Manage Favorites
9:13am
Safety preferences
You have selected the favorite
“Favourite 3”.
Latitude
Longitude
Voice preferences
Turn off
sound
Manage
Favorites
Delete item
“My location”
If you stop somewhere interesting, you
can select this button to create it as a
Favourite.
Deleting/renaming a
Favourite
“Latitude Longitude”
Select this button to create a Favourite
by entering latitude and longitude
values
– Select “Change preferences” to display the Preferences menu.
– Select the main menu (“MENU/SET"
button).
Rename item
– Select the Favourite you wish to
delete or rename.
– Select “Delete item” or “Rename
item” using the soft button.
– Scroll through the pages until you
reach “Manage Favorites”, then
select it.
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Help me!
The “Emergency phone numbers”
menu gives different service centres:
Main Menu 3 of 3
15:15
A B
Photo gallery
Itinerary planning
Prepare
route
?
Status &
Information
Help me!
Guided
tours
Current position:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Emergency services”,
“Nearest police station”,
“Nearest doctor”,
“Nearest hospital”,
“Nearest public transport”,
“Nearest car repair service”,
“Nearest dentist”,
“Nearest pharmacy”,
“Nearest vet”.
15:15
Help me!
sos
sos
Emergency phone
numbers
Drive to help
Where am I?
“Drive to help”
You can use “Help me!“ to find and
make contact with a service centre.
From the “Help me!“ menu, you can
select: “Emergency phone numbers”,
“Drive to help” and “Where am I?”.
“Emergency phone numbers”
When you select a service centre, your
current location and the
phone number of the point of interest (POI) are displayed. You can also
select this service centre as a destination by pressing the soft button.
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Use your system to navigate by road to
a service centre:
–
–
–
–
–
–
“Nearest car repair service”,
“Nearest hospital”,
“Nearest doctor”,
“Nearest police station”,
“Nearest pharmacy”,
“Nearest dentist”.
“Where am I?”
Your system shows your current location (address) and gives the GPS coordinates (latitude/longitude).
Safety camera menu (1/2)
9:13am
Warn when closer than:
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1
6
2
7
9:13am
Select a warning sound
TomTom Safety Cameras
15:15
sec
3
8
4
9
Bell1
Bell2
Bell3
Beep1
Beep2
Beep3
Beep4
Beep5
Boing
Bugle
Cuckoo
Polite1
Polite2
Polite3
5
Report
safety
camera
0
Cow
Done
“Change warning
preferences”
This menu is used to delete or modify
the warning time before the camera
and the sound of the warning.
From the main menu (MENU/SET
button), select "Safety Alerts”, then
“Change warning preferences”.
To add camera alerts (mobile camera,
toll road camera etc.), check the types
of camera that you require.
Test
Change warning preferences
Disable
alerts
Done
Select the type of camera you want to
modify, then the system asks you if you
want to delete the warning. Use the soft
buttons to confirm yes or no.
If you choose “No”, enter the warning
time before the camera and “Done”
using the soft button.
“Disable alerts”
The camera warnings can be enabled/
disabled. From the main menu, (MENU/
SET button), select "Disable alerts” if
the warnings are enabled or Enable
alerts if the warnings are disabled.
Select the type of sound that you want
to hear to warn you of an upcoming camera. Test the sound using the
lefthand soft button and confirm with
the right-hand soft button.
Change warning
pref- ilIn certain countries
it is
erences
legal to download and activate the camera warning
option and
this could lead
Disable
to prosecution. alerts
Report
safety
camera
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Safety camera menu (2/2)
TomTom Safety Cameras
15:15
9:13am
Type of safety camera
16:30
$
Report
safety
camera
Change warning preferences
Disable
alerts
“Report safety camera”
If the navigation system does not indicate that there is a fixed or mobile
camera along your journey, you can
enter details of this manually.
From the main menu (MENU/SET
button), select "Safety Alerts”, then
“Report safety camera”. You can enter
a camera more quickly using the quick
menu (centre button). The quick menu
is displayed. Select “Report safety
camera”.
Your system will then require you to
enter the type of camera (Fixed camera
or Mobile camera).
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Speed
camera
Average speed
check
Traffic light camera
Vehicle restriction
1.3
9:13am
Enter speed limit
16:30
?
30
40
60
70
...
1.3
Toll road
camera
Other
camera
Select the type. The system opens a
map page. Using the directional controls, place the red marker on the location of the camera and confirm with the
centre button.
So that your system can integrate
the cameras entered manually, you
must be subscribed to the camera
updates in TomTom HOME™. The
cameras will be active after the location is confirmed by the TomTom
technical department.
The system will prompt you to confirm
the position you have given, using the
soft buttons.
If you confirm the location, the system
asks you for the type of camera.
When you choose “Speed camera “,
the system will require you to enter the
speed limit. Select the speed and confirm with the centre button.
To obtain an up-to-date list of mobile
safety cameras, please refer to the section on “LIVE services”.
Image viewer
Image format read by your system
Main Menu 3 of 3
15:15
9:13am
Seconds per slide:
A B
Photo gallery
Itinerary planning
Prepare
route
Seconds per slide:
4
?
Status &
Information
Help me!
BMP
JPG
1-bit,
Greyscale
2 colours
4-bit,
RGB
16 colours
Guided
tours
Done
Current position:
8-bit,
256 colours
24-bit,
Viewing images
In the main menu (“MENU/SET"
button), select "Photo gallery”, the
image gallery opens.
To scroll through the images in slideshow mode, select “Slideshow” using
the right soft button. The system asks
you how long the photos are to be displayed for, using the directional buttons. If you want a fixed image, move
the cursor to the far right.
Select the image that you wish to view.
Finish with the right soft button.
You can use your navigation system to
view images.
16.7 million
colours
The slideshow starts.
Note: to add/delete images, refer to the
section entitled “System update”.
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Reversing camera
1
2
C
B
A
Operation
When reversing (and up to approximately 5 seconds after shifting to another gear), a view of the surroundings
to the rear of the vehicle is displayed on
the instrument panel accompanied by
two clearance gauges 1 and 2 (mobile
and fixed).
Note: make sure that the reversing
camera is not obscured (by dirt, mud,
snow, etc.).
Mobile clearance gauge 1
This is shown in blue on the navigation screen. It indicates the vehicle trajectory according to the position of the
steering wheel.
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Fixed clearance gauge 2
The fixed clearance gauge comprises
coloured markers A, B and C indicating
the distance behind the vehicle:
– A (red) approximately 50 centimetres from the vehicle;
– B (yellow) approximately 1 metre
from the vehicle;
– C (green) approximately 2 to
3 metres from the vehicle;
The screen shows a reverse image.
The frames are a representation
projected onto flat ground; this information must not be taken into
account when superimposed on a
vertical object or an object on the
ground.
Objects which appear on the edge
of the screen may be deformed.
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
sunshine etc.), the camera vision
may be adversely affected.
When the tailgate is open or not
closed properly, the message “Boot
open” is displayed on the instrument
panel (risk of incorrect information
on-screen)
While your system is being updated,
the reversing camera will be temporarily unavailable.
This gauge remains fixed and indicates
the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are
in line with the vehicle.
This system is initially used with the aid
of the gauges (mobile for the trajectory
and fixed for the distance), then when
the red zone is reached, use the representation of the bumper to stop accurately.
This function is an additional
aid. It cannot, therefore,
under any circumstances
replace the vigilance or the
responsibility of the driver.
The driver should always pay attention to sudden incidents during driving: always ensure that there are no
moving obstacles (such as a child,
animal, pram, bicycle, etc.) or small,
narrow objects such as stones or
posts in your path when manoeuvring.
system settings (1/6)
Day/night colour displays
Preferences 1 of 5
Main Menu 1 of 3
Navigate to...
Find alternative
HD Traffic
Use night
colors
Show POI
on map
Safety preferences
LIVE
Change preferences
LIVE services
Safety Alerts
Speech preferences
Turn off sound
Manage
Favorites
The system automatically switches between day and night modes. If you wish
to do this manually, select day colour
or night colour from the “Change preferences” menu or from the “Quick menu”.
When you use manual mode, automatic mode is deactivated. To reactivate it, go to the “Change preferences”
menu, select “Brightness preferences”
and check “Switch to night view when
dark”.
“Show POI on map”
To access the system parameters:
– press the “MENU/SET” button;
– select “Change preferences”.
Adjusting the display
Brightness settings
Adjust the screen brightness according
to the outside light. When the level of
light is low, the screen is easier to read
if the display is not too bright. From
your central control, press the “LIGHT/
DARK" button or from the remote control, press the centre button and select
"Brightness preferences”.
Select “Show POI on map”, then check
it using the centre button. The POI you
wish to view appears on the map during
navigation.
“Safety preferences”
This menu allows you to activate sound
warnings when driving faster than a set
speed, or when near places of worship
or schools or to simplify the menus and
aid you during your journey. To activate
the options, check them, then finish
with the centre button.
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system settings (2/6)
“Manage POIs”
This menu allows you to add, change or
delete POIs or POI categories.
Preferences 2 of 5
P
Change
Home location
Change car
symbol
Switch map
Manage
POIs
2D map settings
Change language
“Change car symbol”
This menu allows you to change the vehicle symbol.
“2D map settings”
This menu allows you to display the
navigation map in 2D or 3D.
“Change Home location”
This menu allows you to change your
home address.
“Switch map”
Use this menu if you are installing several maps on your SD card. To change
map, select "Switch map”, then the
system will ask you to choose the required map.
“Change language”
To choose a language, select the required language, then the system will
ask you to choose a voice
Select the required language from the
following list:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Afrikaans
Catalan
Czech
Danish
Dutch
UK English
US English
Estonian
Finnish
Flemish
French
German
Hungarian
Italian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese (Brazil)
Portuguese (Portugal)
Slovakian
Spanish
Spanish (Latin America)
Swiss
Turkish
Russian
Malaysian.
To confirm, press the centre button.
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system settings (3/6)
Preferences 3 of 5
“Status bar preferences”
“Set units”
Add to the list of options that you wish
to appear on the navigation map status
bar.
Units of distance
Select “miles” or “kilometers”, then
select “Done” using the soft buttons.
“Automatic zooming”
Clock display
16:30
1.3
Change map
colors
-
Brightness preferences
Status bar preferences
+
Automatic zooming
Street name
preferences
Set units
Automatic zooming mode allows a
gradual zoom when approaching a
change in direction.
Select from the 3 clock display mode
options, then select “Done” using the
selection buttons to move on to the next
step.
“Street name preferences”
Co-ordinates display
This menu allows you to display street
and house numbers on the map.
“Change map colors”
Select “Change map colors”, then
choose either day colours or night colours. You can download new colours.
To select a downloaded colour, select
an additional colour scheme, then the
colour required.
Select from the 3 latitude and longitude
display options, then select “Done”
using the soft buttons to move on to the
next step.
“Brightness preferences”
This menu allows you to select the
brightness of your navigation system
depending on the brightness of the light
outside.
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system settings (4/6)
“IQ Routes™"
After having selected the planning criteria, the system lets you activate/deactivate the “IQ Routes™" function.
Preferences 4 of 5
16:30
1.3
Planning preferences
Show lane
images
Start-up preferences
N
TOMTOM
S
Show compass
Set clock
Hide tips
“Planning preferences”
This menu allows you to define your
preferences for:
Planning preference type
Select one of the 5 types of planning
preferences, then finish with the centre
button. The recommended planning
preference is “Fastest route”.
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If IQ Routes™ is activated, this function allows routes to be calculated according to the average level of traffic
for the given day and time and the best
route to be planned according to actual
speeds measured on the roads.
“Show lane images”
When approaching a road change (on
major roads), the system may switch to
“Show lane images” mode: a 3D image
provides a close-up view of the junction
with a turn arrow and road signs.
You can deactivate this function by selecting “Hide lane images”. To reactivate it. select “Show lane images”.
Toll road settings
“Start-up preferences”
Select your toll road preferences.
After having entered a destination, the
system asks you if you wish to change
this request. Select one of the 3 types
of planning preferences, then finish
using the right soft button.
This menu allows you to change the
system start-up and to change the
start-up page by customising it with a
photo of your choice.
Road types
Select your preferences in terms of particular sections of the journey, such as
unmade roads and ferry transfers.
system settings (5/6)
Preferences 4 of 5
16:30
1.3
Planning preferences
Show lane
images
Start-up preferences
N
TOMTOM
S
Show compass
Set clock
Hide tips
“Set clock”
Show/hide tips
When the clocks change in summer
or winter, or when you are travelling
abroad, you will need to adjust the time
on your system.
When using your navigation system,
the system displays tips helping you to
get the best use of the functions. You
can deactivate these tips by selecting
“Hide tips”, and reactivate them by selecting “Show tips”.
Select “Set clock”; the system offers
you three display modes. Select the
desired mode, then “Done” using the
soft button. Set the clock, then select
“Done”.
Clock synchronisation
“Enable compass”
This menu allows you to activate or deactivate the compass during navigation.
The synchronisation option allows you
to set the time directly using GPS information.
Select this option by pressing the
lefthand “Sync” soft button.
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system settings (6/6)
“Reset factory settings”
Reset factory settings
This menu allows you to delete all information from the system.
Preferences 5 of 5
Partial reset
Show fewer menu
options
Reset factory settings
This menu allows you to delete all of
your personal data (favourites, recent
destinations, etc.).
Note: after resetting, the system will
restart in English. To change the language, refer to the sections entitled
“Change language”.
“Show fewer menu options”
This option enables you to simplify your
system’s menu, so you can use it more
quickly when driving. To reactivate all
options, select this icon again.
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Updating the system (1/3)
– share map corrections with the community (Map Share™);
– replace your navigation system’s
original map by extending it to new
countries (Western Europe, for example);
– subscribe to LIVE Services (go to the
“Add Traffic, Voices, Safety Cameras
etc.” menu in TomTom HOME™, and
select "LIVE services”.
– or even download the user manual.
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The TomTom HOME™ application
menus guide you through these operations.
Thanks to the TomTom HOME™ software, installed by inserting your SD
card into a computer that is connected
to the internet, you can:
– update your navigation system and
optimise its operation (map, software, amusing voices, etc.);
– save your navigation system data on
your computer;
– add or delete data;
– customise your system;
To do this, you must:
– remove the SD card from your navigation system;
Note: to remove the SD card, please
refer to the section on the "SD card:
use, initialisation" in your notice,
and specifically the information on
"Removing theSD card".
– insert this SD card in your computer's card reader (the computer must
already be connected to the internet
and an external SD card reader may
be required);
– install the TomTom HOME™ application in a few clicks on your computer
by following the instructions shown
on the screen.
Installing the software
Insert the SD card in your computer's
card reader or an external card reader,
while connected to the Internet.
The software installation is launched
automatically.
Follow the instructions shown on the
screen.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
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Creating an internet account
in TomTom HOME™
Create your Internet account for
TomTom HOME™ by clicking on Log
in” above the RENAULT logo. Your SD
card is automatically recognised by the
system so that you can get the most
from your navigation system.
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Latest map guarantee
Once your new vehicle has been delivered, you will have a maximum of
60 days in which to update the map for
free. Once this time has elapsed, you
will need to pay for updates.
Since the road network changes significantly each year, TomTom offers the
most accurate and reliable maps on the
market.
To check whether a more up-to-date
map is available,
– click on “Tools”,
– next, click on “Use latest Map
Guarantee”.
Downloading maps
Click on the “Add Mapps” icon to
access the menu which will allow you
to download maps. The downloadable
maps are edited regularly.
Subscribing to LIVE Services,
downloading points of interest
Click on the “Add Traffic, Voices, Safety
Cameras etc.” icon to access the menu
which will allow you to:
– subscribe to LIVE Services.
– download voices to customise your
system,
– download points of interest,
– etc.
In certain countries it is illegal to download and activate the camera warning
option and this could lead
to prosecution.
Updating the system (3/3)
Saving your system data
This menu allows you to save your
system data to your computer and to
restore it.
Customising your system
You also have the option to customise
your system by installing new points of
interest and synthesised voices or even
by changing the colour scheme.
Manage my Carminat TomTom
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Select the items you want to remove from your navigation device or computer. You can also copy
an item on your device to your computer.
Items on
device
Maps
1
Voices
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Point of Interest
3
Map Overlays
Car Symbols
Warning Sounds
Device
memory:
2
12
8
310,8 Mo
None selected
171,5 Mo
None selected
2,0 Mo
None selected
22,2 Mo
None selected
0,4 Mo
None selected
0,7 Mo
None selected
By clicking on the “Read the manual
for my Carminat TomTom” icon, you
will access the full user manual for your
system.
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Manage your navigation device the easy way.
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Remove items from device
530 Mo
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66 253
Add Mapps
Selected:
0 Mo
Use my activation code
Add Traffic,
Voices, Safety
Cameras etc.
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Free space: 1390 Mo Selected:
1921,2 Mo
Installed items:
Downloading the instructions for
your system
HOME
Items on computer
Update my
Carminat TomTom
0 Mo
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Get free map corrections from Map
Share TM
More
Copy items to computer
Managing my Carminat TomTom
This menu allows you to check the
available space on your system’s SD
card and is particularly useful when
downloading maps which cover several
countries (e.g.: Western Europe).
System update
To get the best from your navigation
system, we advise you to update it as
often as you can.
Map Share™
Once your system has been updated,
you can share map corrections with the
community of system users.
We strongly recommend that you
save your system data on a very
regular basis.
Saving the data allows it to be recovered if, for example, your SD
card is lost.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
Updates can only be downloaded
from the internet.
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Remote control: batteries
A
A
When the LED on the remote control
flashes red and a message appears on
the screen, change the batteries in your
remote control.
Hold the sides of the remote control and
press latch A on the back of the device.
The keypad lifts out from the back of
the device.
Note: take care not to drop the keypad.
Place the batteries (type: AAA/LR3/
UM4 (1.5V)) in the remote control.
Make sure you put the batteries in the
correct way round, as shown on the
remote control.
Replace the battery cover and press
any button to switch on the remote control.
Your remote control connects to your
navigation system automatically.
Do not throw away your used batteries; give them to an organisation responsible
for collecting and recycling batteries.
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Note: if you do not use the remote
control for 20 seconds, it will switch to
power saving mode.
If you do not use the remote control for
20 minutes, it switches off completely.
Press any button to switch your remote
control on.
operating faults (1/2)
System
Description
Causes
Solutions
No image is displayed.
The screen is on standby.
Ensure that the screen is not on standby.
No sound can be heard.
The volume is set to minimum or the Increase the volume or activate the
sound has been deactivated.
sound.
No map is displayed.
The SD card is missing or damaged.
Check the SD card is present.
Navigation
Description
Causes
Solutions
The location of the vehicle on the screen Incorrect positioning of the vehicle Move the vehicle until reception of the
does not correspond to its actual loca- caused by GPS reception.
GPS signal is improved.
tion.
The GPS indicator on the screen stays
grey or yellow.
The directions on the screen do not cor- The SD card is out of date.
respond to the actual road.
Download an update from TomTom
HOME.
Traffic flow information is not displayed Guidance has not been activated.
on the screen.
Ensure guidance is activated.
Select a destination and begin the guidance.
Certain items on the menu are not avail- The “Safety preferences” menu is acti- Deactivate the “Safety preferences”
able.
vated.
option.
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Operating faults (2/2)
Navigation
Description
Voice guidance is unavailable.
Causes
Solutions
Voice guidance or guidance is deacti- Increase the volume.
Ensure voice guidance is activated.
vated.
Ensure guidance is activated.
The directions of the voice guidance do The voice guidance may vary according Drive according to the actual conditions.
not correspond to your exact location.
to the environment.
The suggested route does not start or The destination is not yet recognised by Enter a road near to the required destiend at the required destination.
nation.
the system.
The system calculates a detour automat- The “Traffic info” service plans an alterically.
native route.
Poor reception of HD Traffic™
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The vehicle is in an area that is not cov- Move your vehicle.
ered or you have not subscribed to Live
Services.
Alphabetical index (1/2)
A
address.........................................................................18 → 21
B
Bluetooth®............................................................................. 50
buttons................................................................................... 14
C
clock
setting.............................................................................. 45
colours................................................................................... 41
compass................................................................................ 17
controls........................................................................ 6 – 7, 14
D
destination............................................................................. 19
detailed route................................................................22 → 25
detour.............................................................24 – 25, 27 → 29
F
favourite
add........................................................................... 34 – 35
delete............................................................................... 35
rename............................................................................. 35
G
GPS
receiver.............................................................................. 3
guidance
activation.................................................................18 → 22
cancellation...................................................................... 25
guided tours................................................................... 12 – 13
I
IQ route................................................................................. 44
M
map
display................................................................ 17, 30 – 31
map symbols.................................................................... 17
scale................................................................................ 17
MENU............................................................................ 14 – 15
N
navigation.....................................................................27 → 29
navigation system.................................................................... 2
O
operating faults.............................................................. 51 – 52
operation............................................................................... 11
P
personal data
delete......................................................................47 → 49
save........................................................................47 → 49
points of interest (PI)............................................................. 20
precautions during use............................................................ 2
R
radars
signal....................................................................... 37 – 38
remote control
batteries........................................................................... 50
S
screen
map.................................................................................... 4
menu.................................................................................. 4
monitor............................................................................. 11
navigation display .................................................22 → 25
SD card................................................................. 2 – 3, 9 – 10
second route...................................................24 – 25, 27 → 29
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Alphabetical index (2/2)
settings...........................................................37 – 38, 41 → 46
brightness........................................................................ 41
navigation........................................................................ 28
short menu............................................................................ 15
slide....................................................................................... 39
soft button............................................................ 6 – 7, 14 – 15
sounds
activate............................................................................ 16
deactivate........................................................................ 16
switching off........................................................................... 11
system
initialisation.......................................................... 9 – 10, 45
update.....................................................................47 → 49
T
3D/2D mode...................................................................... 6 – 7
traffic information..........................................................27 → 29
V
voice
activate...................................................................... 16, 44
deactivate.................................................................. 16, 44
volume................................................................................... 16
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International B.V.
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