User guide | Alpine SEC-8463 Automobile Alarm User Manual

User Guide
Welcome
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Contents
01 Getting started
Checklist ...............................................................................................5
Installing CoPilot Central ........................................................................6
Preparing your Mobile Device .................................................................6
Installing CoPilot Live 7 ..........................................................................6
Starting up ............................................................................................7
Activating CoPilot ..................................................................................7
Select language and voice ...................................................................10
Select a distance measurement............................................................10
Tips and Tricks ....................................................................................10
Configuring GPS ..................................................................................11
Setting up a Bluetooth GPS Receiver.....................................................11
Setting up a built in GPS Receiver.........................................................12
Using other GPS receivers ....................................................................12
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Selecting a destination .........................................................................13
Nearby points of interest ......................................................................14
Advanced POI Search ..........................................................................15
Adjusting the POI settings ....................................................................16
To choose a Recent destination ............................................................17
To choose a Contact’s address as a destination .....................................17
To choose an Intersection for your destination .......................................17
Selecting a destination using Lat and Long ...........................................18
Saving your Current Location................................................................18
Other ways to select a destination ........................................................18
Selecting multiple stops for your trip .....................................................19
Customizing your trip ...........................................................................19
Setting waypoints ................................................................................20
Saving destinations in your planned trip as favorites ..............................20
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Saving a trip ........................................................................................21
Loading a saved trip ............................................................................21
Deleting a planned trip .........................................................................21
Preview your route...............................................................................21
Begin driving .......................................................................................23
Traffic Service .....................................................................................23
Guidance ............................................................................................23
Driving views .......................................................................................24
On-screen information .........................................................................24
Setting display mode ...........................................................................25
Driver Safety .......................................................................................25
3D ......................................................................................................25
2D Where Am I? ..................................................................................25
2D Next Turn .......................................................................................26
2D Destination ....................................................................................26
Itinerary ..............................................................................................26
03 Personalize
Saving a destination as Home ..............................................................27
Saving a destination as Work................................................................27
Save your Favorite destinations ............................................................28
Edit or delete Favorites ........................................................................28
Night Map ...........................................................................................29
Customizing the guidance screen .........................................................29
Setting route preferences .....................................................................30
Saving a route preference ....................................................................30
Loading a saved routing profile .............................................................30
Edit your road preferences ...................................................................30
Personalizing the voice instructions ......................................................31
Contents
Setting Map Styles...............................................................................31
Applying Themes .................................................................................31
Customizing routing options .................................................................31
04 Advanced
Optimizing stops..................................................................................32
Setting detours ....................................................................................32
Change your whole journey ..................................................................33
Ending a Detour ..................................................................................33
Avoiding Traffic ....................................................................................33
CoPilot Live Traffic Service ...................................................................34
Setting-up CoPilot Live traffic ...............................................................34
Additional Traffic Settings .....................................................................35
Using traffic incidents ..........................................................................36
You can also........................................................................................36
CoPilot Live .........................................................................................37
To create a CoPilot Live web account ....................................................38
To enter your Live account information into CoPilot ................................38
Live connection status .........................................................................39
Adjusting CoPilot Live communication settings ......................................39
Setting map preferences ......................................................................40
Setting Map Styles...............................................................................40
Setting route preferences .....................................................................41
Saving a route preference ....................................................................41
Loading a saved routing profile .............................................................41
Edit your road preferences ...................................................................42
Adjusting your Safety View ...................................................................42
Checking the GPS status......................................................................43
Track Playback ....................................................................................43
Adjusting the volume ...........................................................................43
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Adjusting the Guidance Settings ...........................................................44
Setting the Language and Speech ........................................................44
Device settings ....................................................................................45
Keyboard ............................................................................................45
Backlight.............................................................................................45
Playing a demo ...................................................................................45
About CoPilot ......................................................................................45
Licensing ............................................................................................46
Transferring your CoPilot Live License ...................................................46
Data Region ........................................................................................46
05 CoPilot Central
CoPilot Central ....................................................................................47
Create a map ......................................................................................47
Download a map .................................................................................48
Plan a Trip ...........................................................................................49
Entering an Address or City ..................................................................49
Trip Options.........................................................................................50
Transfer Trip from CoPilot Central to your mobile device .........................51
Download Updates...............................................................................51
Purchase upgrades..............................................................................51
Find out more......................................................................................51
06 Support
CoPilot Customer Support Helpline .......................................................52
Online Support ....................................................................................52
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Checklist
First check the contents of your box with the list below.
CoPilot Live
Memory Card
CoPilot Central Desktop
Companion DVD
Splitter Cable*
Car Charger*
* Optional accessory. Only included in certain CoPilot Live navigation kits.
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Documentation
Car Vent Clip*
CoPilot Live Bluetooth
GPS Receiver*
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Installing CoPilot Central
CoPilot Central is a desktop tool to help you manage CoPilot effectively
and easily, but you do not need to install it in order to use CoPilot Live on
your device.
Using the CoPilot Central software you can plan trips and re-install CoPilot
Live to your storage card, as well as purchase upgrade licenses and
maps for other regions.
• Insert the DVD into the DVD drive of your PC.
Important: Make sure you set the correct date and time on your
mobile device to get the best GPS functionality.
Installing CoPilot Live 7
• Turn on your mobile device, the CoPilot Live
installer will automatically start.
• You will be asked to accept the License agreement
for CoPilot Live 7. Select I Accept to continue.
• An installation wizard will automatically launch.t
• Follow the on-screen instructions.
Tips: CoPilot Central
Note: If the installer doesn’t start automatically
use File Explorer to navigate to Storage Card >
2577 and select AUTORUN.
For more information on CoPilot Central see page 47.
• Please review the GPS information on the next
screen and then tap OK.
Preparing your Mobile Device
• Insert the supplied CoPilot Live memory card into
the memory card slot of your mobile device.
Note: The CoPilot Live card supplied includes adaptors that will fit MicroSD,
MiniSD and standard SD slots. For details on how to insert a Memory Card
please see the documentation that came with your mobile device.
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• Select a location for your installation, we
recommend that you install on your device.
Tap Install to continue.
CoPilot Live 7 will now be installed. This may take a
few minutes, please be patient. Once the installation
has completed, we recommend that you restart your
mobile device.
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Starting up
Activating CoPilot
When your device has restarted tap the CoPilot icon
on the Today screen. CoPilot will launch.
After you have entered your product key you will
be asked to activate your software.
Note: Alternatively, select Start > CoPilot, or Start >
Press Next to activate now or Cancel if you prefer to
activate the license later. If you press cancel you will
still be able to use your CoPilot software under an
evaluation license for 4 days.
Programs > CoPilot to launch the application.
• You will be asked to enter your Product Key.
Your product key can be found on the back of the Quick
Start Guide. Enter your product key in the boxes provided.
Click Next to continue.
You can activate CoPilot:
• Automatically using the internet connection
of your mobile device.
• Automatically using the internet connection of your PC.
• Manually using a PC connected to the Internet.
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Automatically activating CoPilot Live
Automatically activating CoPilot via a PC internet connection
• Tap on Internet to select it and then tap Next.
If you connect your mobile device to your PC you can use the PC internet
connection to activate automatically.
• Enter your email address when requested and tap Next.
CoPilot will try to connect to the internet using the
internet connection on your mobile device.
Note: To activate this way you must have a mobile
internet connection set up on your device.
Note: If a connection can’t be made an error screen
will show and you will be asked to return to the
previous screen to re-try or you can select No Internet.
Tap Back to do this.
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Note: Your mobile device needs to be connected to your PC via either
Microsoft ActiveSync (PCs running Windows XP or earlier) or Windows Mobile
Device Center (PCs running Windows Vista).
Your PC must be connected to the internet to activate automatically.
• Tap on Internet to select it and then tap Next.
CoPilot will automatically activate via your PC’s internet connection
to the activation server.
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Activation through the CoPilot activation website
at http://activate.alk.com
1 Select No Internet from the Activate CoPilot screen. Press Next.
2 The next screen will show your product key and license number.
Select language and voice
On the Set Language screen you can choose which language you would
like CoPilot Live to use and which voice you would like to hear guidance
instructions in.
3 Now, visit the CoPilot activation website at http://activate.alk.com and
enter your product key, license number and email address as requested.
Press Submit. Your activation code will be displayed on-screen and will
be sent to you by email.
• Use the and
preferred option.
4 On your mobile device, press Next to continue to the next screen.
Enter your activation code and press Next.
When you are happy with your selections tap Next.
• Tap Test to hear a sample of the voice you
have chosen.
Note: You can change these settings at any time,
Menu>
After activation
When activation is completed you will see the message
Activation successful.
• Press Next to continue using CoPilot.
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arrows to choose your
> Settings >
> Language & Speech.
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Select a distance measurement
Tips and Tricks
Choose between Miles and Kilometres for the distance
units used in maps and instructions.
CoPilot Live has loads of great features, to help you get
to know and understand them we have included Tips
and Tricks at start up.
Note: You can change these settings at any time,
Menu >
> Settings > Map.
Note: When you have selected your distance setting,
you will be presented with a legal notice. Please read
this carefully, and then tap Accept.
To turn off the Tips and Tricks uncheck the ‘Show Tips
and Tricks’ box. To see more use and . To close
the window click on the cross (
).
To view Tips and Tricks at any time:
• Menu >
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>
> Tips & Tutorials > Tips & Tricks.
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Configuring GPS
Setting up a Bluetooth GPS Receiver
You will need to set up your GPS receiver before you
can begin navigating.
• Switch on your Bluetooth receiver.
• Select ‘Bluetooth’ on the Setup GPS receiver screen. Press Next.
• Tap Menu >
When you tap Next CoPilot will automatically begin searching for Bluetooth
devices in your immediate vicinity. Once it has
completed the search it will display a list of all nearby
GPS devices.
> Settings > GPS > Setup GPS.
On the Setup GPS Receiver screen choose between:
• Built In - to use the GPS receiver built in to your
mobile device.
• Bluetooth - to set up a connection between your
mobile device and the Bluetooth GPS receiver.
• Other - recommended when you are using any other GPS receiver.
Once you have chosen, tap Next.
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• Select your GPS receiver from the list.
Note: If you are using the GPS receiver supplied
with your CoPilot software it will appear in the list with
a name starting with ‘BTGPS’.
• Tap Next. To complete setup tap Finish.
Note:
You’re ready for your first journey!
If you chose Manual to set up your Bluetooth GPS receiver, you will be
prompted to enter a pin code. Use: “0183” or “0000”.
Note: The first time you use the GPS receiver it may take a moment
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to determine your position.
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Setting up a built-in GPS Receiver
Using other GPS receivers
If you selected Built-In you will need to choose
between Automatic and Manual. We recommend
Automatic setup.
If you selected Other you will need to connect the GPS Receiver manually.
With Automatic selected, tap Finish. CoPilot will find
and connect to the GPS receiver in your device.
Tap Finish to continue. Once setup has been completed tap Finish to exit.
To set up Manually, select Manual, you will need to
select the COM Port that the GPS is connected to and
the BAUD rate for the device. Please consult
your device manufacturer for this information.
When you have entered the information tap Finish to
continue. Once setup has been completed select Finish
to complete the process.
Note: If you get the message GPS Setup failed the
COM Port and/or BAUD information were incorrect.
Please try again.
You’re ready for your first trip!
Note: The first time you use the GPS receiver it may take a moment
to determine your position.
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You will need to select the COM Port that the GPS is connected to and the BAUD
rate for the device. Please consult your device manufacturer for this information.
You’re ready for your first trip!
Note: The first time you use the GPS receiver it may take
a moment to determine your position.
Tips: GPS Signal
GPS signal will be limited inside buildings, tunnels or
parking lots. To work effectively the GPS receiver
needs to have a clear line of sight to the sky.
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Safety information
Do not attempt to change the settings, or set
a destination on CoPilot while you are driving.
Ask a passenger to make changes, or pull
over safely.
Do not leave your Mobile Device or GPS loose in
the car while driving. Ensure they are correctly
seated in a car mount.
Selecting a destination
CoPilot uses GPS satellites to calculate your exact position
so you don’t have to enter your starting point. Simply enter
your destination and CoPilot will take you there, providing
detailed turn instructions all the way.
• Tap Menu > Destination > Address.
• Enter the city/town name of your destination.
• Select the correct city or area when it appears in
the list below. Scroll down to see more address
options matching what you have typed.
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• Enter the first three or four letters of the street
name. As you enter the street name CoPilot will list
potential matches. Select the correct street name
when it appears in the list below.
• Enter the house number and select Finish, or just
select Finish to skip this step.
A Route screen will then appear, showing you a preview
map of the route. Select Drive to begin navigating
your route.
Tips: Quick Destination Entry
You can also select a destination from the map.
Tap Destination, scroll to the next page and select
Pick on Map. A map of the area around your
current location will be displayed. Touch and drag
the screen to move around the map and tap your
desired destination when you find it.
There are even more ways to enter destinations in
CoPilot, for more information see pages 17 and 18.
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Nearby points of interest
If you are running low on gas, need a bank or are looking
for a restaurant , CoPilot Live has over 6 million preloaded Points-of-Interest (POI) to search.
• Select Menu > Nearby POI.
• From the list, select a category. For example, Gas Station.
After a few moments a list of nearby gas stations will appear, in order of
distance from your current location.
• Select the gas station you wish to visit and tap OK. A preview map of the
route to your selected POI will appear.
• Tap Drive to begin navigating the route.
Tip: Call ahead
You can call direct to a selected POI, once you
have found a POI, select it then tap Details. If the
phone number for this POI is available the Call
button will be available. Tap Call to ring the POI via
your mobile device.
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Tip: POI in the city
You can search for a POI within a city, near your
current location or along your route by pressing
Menu > Destination > Points of Interest.
You can search for a particular POI within
a category, by name. For more details, see
on page 15.
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Advanced POI Search
If you want to visit a specific POI without entering the
address, you can search the POI database and set it
as a destination.
• Select Menu > Destination > Points of Interest.
If you know the name of the place you want to visit,
enter it here.
• Tap Next.
• Choose to select a category or search all. If you
check the Pick Category box, tap the correct
category. Press Type to specify a subcategory.
Tap Next.
• Select a location option: choose from Near current location, Along my
route or In a City to search for a related POI. Press Next.
• For Near current location and Along my route, the POI list will be
automatically generated. If you selected In a City, enter the name
of the city or town nearest the POI you are searching for.
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CoPilot will then search the thousands of POIs. When complete a list of the
nearest matches will appear on-screen.
• Select the correct POI from the list.
• Press Details to view the POI on the map. CoPilot will also display the
phone number for the POI if available.
• Select Options > Details to display the phone number for the POI if
available. Press Call to ring the POI via your mobile device or press Back to
return to the POI list.
• For CoPilot to create a route from your current location to your selected POI,
select OK.
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Adjusting the POI settings
You can choose when to have POIs shown on-screen
and the distance at which you are notified by adjusting
the POI settings.
• Tap Menu >
> Settings >
> POIs.
• Enable the POIs by checking the box. Disable
by unchecking.
• Choose to Show POIs Always, Never or When
Stopped from the picklist.
Tip: Call Ahead
If you choose to show POIs on a map, you can select the POI and CoPilot
will display the phone number if available. Tap Call to ring the POI via your
mobile device.
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• In the Report POIs this far ahead field, select a distance between
0.2 and 25 miles.
• Select how long POI messages are displayed with the Message Timeout
drop down list. Select between 5 seconds and 5 minutes.
• Select whether to show POIs that are on your route or nearby it. Select On
Route or Near Route.
• Select specific POI categories to display by checking the boxes.
• Tap OK to apply the settings and return to the Settings menu.
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To choose a Recent destination
To choose an Intersection for your destination
• Select Menu > Destination >
• Select Menu > Destination >
> Recent.
Recent provides quick and easy access to the last
50 destinations that you entered.
Note: Your recent list will store the last 50 addresses
you have entered. When the list is full each new
address will replace an older inactive address.
To delete the list:
• Select Menu > Destination >
Clear All.
> Recent >
To choose a Contact’s address as a destination
You can select an address from any Contacts that you have
stored in your device.
To select a contact:
• Tap Menu > Destination >
> Contact.
Enter your contact name to automatically recall the address saved
in your mobile device.
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> Intersection.
Enter the City or Town and click next, you will be asked to enter the first
road and then the second. CoPilot will calculate your route to the point
where they meet.
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Selecting a destination using Lat and Long
Saving your Current Location
If you know the latitude and longitude of your destination
you can enter them directly.
If you are outside and have a GPS fix, you can save your current location.
• Tap Menu > Destination >
• Enter a name for the destination and tap Save.
> Coordinates.
> Save Current Location.
• Choose to set the latitude and longitude in
Degrees Minutes Seconds, Decimal Degrees or
Decimal Minutes. You can also use the OS Grid.
• The location will be saved in your Favorites list, where it can be accessed as
a destination in the future.
• Enter a latitude and longitude in the appropriate
format depending on which one you selected.
Other ways to select a destination
CoPilot will take a few moments to find the point.
When it is located a map will appear with the location
pinpointed by a red arrow.
• Select Drive to begin navigating your route.
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CoPilot offers a variety of ways to enter and save a personal destination.
You can save locations as Home and Work for one click route finding,
see page 27. In addition, CoPilot lets you save your Favorite destinations
so you can access them quickly, see page 28.
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Selecting multiple stops for your journey
Customizing your trip
CoPilot allows you to plan a trip with multiple destinations.
When you have entered all your required stops you can
change the order they appear in.
• Tap Menu >
> Plan or Edit Trip.
• Tap Add Stop and choose Address.
• Tap the address you wish to move.
• Add the first address in the same way as detailed
above; see Selecting a destination on page 13.
A pop-up menu will appear containing a list of
options. Tap Move Up, Move Down, Move to Start
or Move to End.
• Tap Add Stop again to add your second, third,
fourth, etc. address.
The selected stop will move to its new position
in the trip list.
Tips: Show on Map
If you select Show on Map from the pop-up menu, a map of the
area around the selected stop will be displayed. Click the cross to return
to the trip list.
CoPilot has an Optimize Stops function to find the most efficient route.
For more details see Optimizing stops on page 32.
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Setting waypoints
CoPilot Live can route you through a certain point
without considering it as a stop. By setting Waypoints you
can adjust CoPilot’s route to calculate a detour via
the waypoint.
• Select Menu >
> Plan or Edit Trip. Enter the
address or place in the same way detailed in
Selecting a destination on page 13.
Saving destinations in your planned
trip as favorites
You can save addresses listed on the trip list as
Favorite destinations so you can access them quickly.
• Tap on the address you wish to save as a favourite.
• A pop-up menu will appear containing a list of
options. Tap Add to Favorites.
• The address will appear on the trip list as a Stop,
with a flag icon next to it. Tap on the address you
wish to change to a Waypoint.
• A pop-up menu will appear containing a list of
options. Tap Set as Waypoint.
The address will now be listed as a Waypoint, with an arrow icon in front of the
address or place to indicate that is it a Waypoint.
Tip: Make a Waypoint a Stop
To change a Waypoint back to a Stop, tap the address and select
from the pop-up menu.
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Tip: Do more with Favorites
For more information on Favorites see page 28.
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Saving a trip
Deleting a planned trip
When you have finished entering all your destination
addresses, you can save your trip to access at a later
date, rather than start driving right away.
• Tap Clear.
You will be asked to confirm this selection. To continue with deleting the
trip tap on Yes in the Are you Sure? window.
• Tap Save Trip.
• Enter a name for the trip you are saving.
• Tap Save and the trip will be saved to the
storage card.
Loading a saved trip
• Tap Menu >
> Plan or Edit Trip.
The last trip you planned will automatically load. If you
wish to load an older trip, tap Load Trip and select the
trip you wish to load from the list. Press Open.
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Tip:
Alternatively, you can press Menu >
> Clear Destination.
Preview your route
Once a multi-stop trip has been entered, press
Calculate. A route screen will then appear, showing
you a preview map of the route.
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Select Routing to set the routing options for your trip.
Select Preview to see the preview options for your trip.
The available settings are:
• Vehicle type: Choose from Automobile, RV,
Motorcycle, Bicycle, Walking or Straight Line.
• Route Demo: See a preview of your journey,
including instructions. You can chose to speed up
the demo with Faster or slow it down by tapping
Slower. Tap Close to exit.
• Routing type: Choose whether you want CoPilot
to always choose the route quickest in time
or the shortest in distance, or a route which
avoids motorways.
• Turn Maps: Displays a map of each turn of the
journey. You can choose to see the Next or
Previous turn. Tap Close to exit.
• Routing profile: Select a routing profile.
• Itinerary: Shows each direction in a written list
with the distance to each turn. Tap Close to exit.
• Tick the checkbox if you would like to display the routing options
screen each time you add a destination so you can apply a profile
or set the routing options.
Select Edit to adjust your planned trip. You may wish to:
• Tap OK to apply your new routing preferences.
• Add a stop
• Delete a stop
• Change your stop order
• Optimize the trip
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Begin driving
Traffic Service*
Select Drive to begin navigating your route.
CoPilot can automatically display any traffic incidents
that affect your route and can recommend an alternate
route if required. For more information see page 34.
Tip: Altering a trip
Once you have pressed , you can change the trip
entered by selecting: Menu >
> Clear
Destination.
*CoPilot Live Traffic may be provided as an
optional service.
Guidance
Tip: Starting points
If you are planning a trip in advance and are not
at the start point of your journey CoPilot will ask
you to select your starting location. You can
choose to navigate to the starting point, or to
navigate directly to the destination from your
current location.
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CoPilot will guide you to your destination with clear onscreen and spoken instructions. Whenever you are
approaching your next turn, CoPilot will speak to
you to alert you to the upcoming direction change.
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Driving views
On-screen information
You can choose from six different screen display options.
To access, tap Menu > Driving Views. For more details
on each view see Setting display mode on page 25.
By default your current location is displayed at the bottom of the map. You can
choose what useful information is displayed at the base of your screen when you
are driving, please see Customizing the guidance screen on page 29.
In the default mode, your screen will look like the one below.
zoom in
Zoom in
Zoom out
next turn arrow
distance to
next turn
next turn
direction
Note: To see how to change what is displayed here, see page 25-26.
Tip: Take a closer look
Use the
and
of the map view.
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in 2D or 3D driving views to zoom in or out
zoom out
Information options
route ahead
highlighted
driver’s current
position
next approaching
turn
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Setting display mode
3D
You can choose from six different screen display options.
To access tap Menu > Driving Views.
Shows your current position, next turn and surrounding
roads using a bird’s-eye view.
Driver Safety
2D Where Am I?
We recommend you choose Driver Safety, which displays a simple turn
instruction arrow with concise next turn instructions in large type. In driver
safety mode, a map is only displayed as you approach a turn or are travelling
below 10mph.
Displays your current location, next turn and
surrounding roads on a 2D map.
Tip: Adjusting your Safety View
You can alter the settings of the driver safety view. See Adjusting your
Safety View on page 42.
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2D Next Turn
Itinerary
Displays your current location and auto zooms into
the next turn on a 2D map.
This view shows each direction and turn in a written list,
including distances.
You can use the Itinerary to check your route before
you travel.
2D Destination
This view shows the route from your current position
to your destination.
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Tip: Take a closer look
Use the
and
of the map view.
in 2D or 3D driving views to zoom in or out
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Personalize
Enter and save personal destinations, change the map style and color scheme,
adjust your routing options, and select the voice that guides you to your
destination. With CoPilot Live 7 you can personalize your device to behave exactly
the way you need.
Saving a destination as Work
Save your work address so you don’t have to enter
it every time you wish to be directed to work.
• Tap Menu > Destination > Work.
Saving a destination as Home
Save your home address so you don’t have to enter
it every time you wish to be directed home.
• Tap Menu > Destination > Home.
• Enter your home city/state name.
• Select the correct city or area when it appears in the list below the city field.
Scroll down to see more address options matching what you have typed.
• Enter your street name. As you enter the
street name CoPilot Live will list potential matches.
Select the correct street name when it appears
in the list below.
• Enter your house number and select Finish,
or just select Finish to skip this step.
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• Enter your work city/town name.
• Select the correct city or area when it appears in the list below the city field.
Scroll down to see more address options matching what you have typed.
• Enter the street name. As you enter the street name CoPilot will list potential
matches. Select the correct street name when it appears in the list below.
• Enter your office number and select Finish, or just select Finish
to skip this step.
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Save your Favorite destinations
Edit or delete Favorites
You can save other addresses to your Favorites list,
so you can access them quickly.
To edit or delete a location in your Favorites list, tap Manage,
select a favorite and choose to Edit, Delete or Delete All.
• Tap Menu > Destination > Favorites.
• Edit will open an enter address screen so you
can change the location.
• Tap Add New and CoPilot will return to
the Destination menu.
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• Delete will erase the currently highlighted location.
• Choose to add the favorite by inputting the
address/postcode (tap Address) or by locating
it on a map (Pick on Map) or any of the other ways
to enter a destination.
• Delete all will erase all the locations in your
favorites list, including your Home and
Work addresses.
When you’ve successfully added the address
or location, it will appear in your Favorites list.
an item. If you select Yes the address/es will be lost.
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Night Map
Customizing the guidance screen
Night Map can be selected on any of the display screen
modes. It dims the screen display to reduce glare and
eye strain when driving at night.
You can choose what useful information is displayed
at the base of your screen when you are driving.
CoPilot will automatically switch to night mode based on the time and your
location, or you can do it manually from the Driving Views menu.
Tap Menu > Driving Views >
> Night Map.
To switch off Night Mode, tap Menu > Driving Views >
> Day Map.
You can also alter the day and night mode settings from the Map Styles screen.
See Setting Map Styles on page 31 for details.
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• Tap in the bottom right hand corner
of the screen.
Choose from Destination, Current Road, Next
Crossroad, Next Major Road, Nearest Town, ETA
& Distance, Speed & Distance, Altitude & Heading,
Latitude & Longitude.
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Setting route preferences
Loading a saved routing profile
You can set up your preferences to best suit you. Here’s how.
To load an existing profile tap Load Routing Profile
and select one of your previously saved ones or the
Default profile. Click OK twice to return to the Settings
menu and apply the profile.
• Tap Menu >
> Settings > Routing.
The available settings are:
• Vehicle type: Choose from Automobile, RV,
Motorcycle, Bicycle, Walking or Straight Line.
• Routing type: Choose whether you want CoPilot
to always choose the route quickest in time or the
shortest in distance, or a route which avoids
motorways.
• Toll Roads: Choose to Use, Always Avoid or Avoid
if Possible all toll roads your route may encounter.
• General: Tick the boxes to Avoid Ferries and/or keep International Borders Open.
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Edit your road preferences
Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap View/Edit Road Preferences.
The available settings are:
• Tap OK to apply your new routing preferences.
• For each road type: Choose whether you want CoPilot to Strongly Avoid,
Avoid, Neutral, Favor or Strongly Favor when choosing a route.
Saving a route preference
• Speed: Select an appropriate speed for each road, you can increase
or decrease the speed in increments of 5.
To save a routing profile scroll to the bottom of the page and tap Save as
Routing Profile. When prompted enter a name for your profile and tap OK.
Note: Please note, it is not recommended to change the default route and road
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preferences in CoPilot as this will affect the route calculated and ETA shown.
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Personalizing the voice instructions
Applying Themes
You can alter the voice with which the guidance
instructions are spoken.
You can change the color theme of your CoPilot.
> Settings >
>
> Themes.
Menu >
• Tap Menu >
and Speech.
Select a theme using the up and down arrows next to
the Select a Theme field. Press Apply Theme to apply
the chosen theme.
> Settings >
> Language
• Select a voice. You can tap Test to hear a sample
of the chosen voice.
For more detail on altering the Language and Speech
options see page 44.
Customizing routing options
Setting Map Styles
• Tap Menu >
> Settings > Map Styles.
You can select from a range of industry standard map
presentation styles and color themes using the Map
Style list. A preview is shown each time you select one,
once you are happy with your selection tap OK.
For more detail on changing the Map Styles
see page 40.
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Once a destination has been entered the Route
screen will appear, showing you a preview map of
the route. Select Routing to define a routing profile
for the journey.
For more details see Preview your route on page 21.
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Optimizing stops
Setting detours
CoPilot has an Optimize Stops function, which will
automatically rearrange the stops within a trip to
create the most efficient order.
You can program CoPilot to make a detour on a part of the
calculated route.
When you have planned a trip with more than
3 stops, tap Optimize.
• From the Detour options, select Avoid Roads.
CoPilot will take a few seconds to reorder your stops
for the most efficient journey.
Note: Your start point and destination
will not be altered.
• Select Menu > Detour.
An itinerary of your journey will appear. Click on the
road you would like to avoid then select Avoid Road.
CoPilot will take a few moments to plan an alternative
to the selected road.
CoPilot will announce any change in distance to the
total trip, and an updated map display of the new route
will be generated.
• Tap Accept and CoPilot will begin guiding you along the new route.
• If you decide not to use the new route, select Decline. CoPilot will then
return to your original route.
CoPilot will save the details of roads you wish to avoid. To clear the memory,
select Menu > Detour > Clear Avoided Roads.
Tip: Avoiding multiple roads
To avoid additional roads, select a road to avoid and press Avoid Road.
Repeat as many times as required. Press
to return to the driving screen.
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Change your whole journey
Avoiding traffic*
If you are unhappy with the whole route CoPilot has planned for you, tap Menu
> Detour > Alternate route.
You can program CoPilot to make a detour from the
programmed route to avoid traffic.
CoPilot will compile a different route for you if a sensible alternative exists.
A map of the proposed detour will be displayed. Select Accept to agree
or Decline to return to the previous route.
• Select Menu > Detour.
Ending a detour
If you are on a detour route and would like to return to the
original trip, tap Menu > Detour > End Detour.
• If there is traffic congestion near your current
location, the Avoid All Traffic option will be available.
CoPilot will use GPRS information to find traffic
incidents and will automatically plan another route,
avoiding traffic congestion.
You’ll see the new route on a map, and CoPilot will
announce the distance the new route will add/subtract
from your trip and begin directing you.
• Tap Accept and CoPilot will begin directing you according to the new route.
• If you decide not to use the new route, select Decline. CoPilot will then
return to your original route.
*CoPilot Live Traffic may be provided as an optional service.
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CoPilot Live Traffic Service
Setting up CoPilot Live Traffic
The optional CoPilot Live Traffic service provides
information about real-time traffic incidents on your
route or in a specific location.
Traffic information delivered via Mobile Internet
Traffic information will be delivered to CoPilot Live using your mobile
internet connection.
CoPilot Live will automatically display any traffic incidents that affect
your route and can calculate an alternative route if required.
You can also search for traffic incidents in other locations before you
start driving.
The availability of CoPilot Live traffic varies by region and retailer.
For more information, please visit www.copilotgps.com.
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First, switch on and set up Live Communications in CoPilot Live, as
described on page 38. You will need to exit and restart CoPilot Live for
the settings to take effect.
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Once restarted, CoPilot Live will check your route for traffic automatically,
downloading traffic information via your mobile Internet connection.
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Additional traffic settings
To adjust the alert settings and define how CoPilot uses
GPRS traffic information:
• Select Menu >
> Settings >
>
> Traffic.
Then select from these options:
• Traffic Source: The CoPilot Live Traffic Service in
North America receives information via a GPRS
Wireless connection to the mobile Internet.
• Default Incident Action: Select Avoid to set
CoPilot to automatically detour around reported
incidents, select Ignore if you do not want to be
automatically detoured.
• Speak Incidents: Choose under which
circumstances traffic incidents are spoken
by CoPilot.
• Incident Timeout: Choose how long Incident
information is displayed on-screen from the
drop down menu.
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To search for traffic incidents along your current route:
• Select Menu > Traffic > Traffic on Route.
To search for traffic incidents in a City:
• Select Menu > Traffic > Traffic in a City.
Enter the city/town name of where you would like to
check for traffic destination.
To search for all traffic incidents:
• Select Menu > Traffic > View Traffic Incidents.
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Using traffic incidents
You can also...
Once CoPilot has found traffic incidents highlight and
select one to view detailed information relating to the
incident. Select from the following options:
Map all - displays all reported traffic incidents on a map.
• Ignore - continue on your planned route.
Avoid All - calculates a route which avoids all reported incidents.
Ignore All - continue on your planned route.
• Avoid - calculate a new route avoiding the incident.
Tip: You Can Also Select
• Show Map - display the incident on a map.
Menu > Detour > Avoid All Traffic.
Close to return to the traffic incidents list.
To delete traffic incidents:
Select Menu > Traffic > Clear traffic Incidents.
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CoPilot Live
CoPilot Live enables you to share your location with other people in
real time on the Internet. They can view your location live on the map,
send you instant messages and even new destinations.
CoPilot Live’s built-in location tracking can enable friends, family or colleagues
to see where you are and communicate with you in real time, wherever you go.
You will be able to:
• Let others see your exact location on an Internet map.
• Enable others to send you instant messages from the web site when you
are on the road.
• Allow others to see your destination and estimated time of arrival.
• Let others send you new stops that are automatically added to your CoPilot
Live itinerary.
• Send tracking invites by e-mail directly from CoPilot Live.
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Note: To use CoPilot Live you will need to have wireless internet enabled on
your mobile device. To find out if your device has wireless Internet or if your
SIM is data enabled, please contact your mobile network operator. Using
wireless internet with the Live service may result in data charges from your
mobile network operator.
To set up CoPilot Live you will need to register for an account.
Go to http://live.alk.com to sign up, see page 38.
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To create a CoPilot Live web account
To connect to the Live server:
If you want to use the Live functionality of CoPilot, you’ll need to create a user
account on the ALK website at http://live.alk.com.
• Tap Menu >
1 Connect your computer to the internet.
2 Browse to the http://live.alk.com website.
3 In the login page click on Create your new account here.
4 Enter an easy-to-remember Account Name and Password for
your account.
5 Add your name and email address details.
6 Select your time zone (i.e.EST) and account region: North America
7 Click on Submit.
Note: Using wireless internet with the Live service may result in data charges
from your mobile network operator.
> Live > Connect
To enter your Live account
details into CoPilot:
1 Select Menu >
> Live > Settings.
2 In the Live Settings screen, press Edit.
3 In the Live Account Information-screen enter
a Device Name of your choice, followed by the
Account Name and Password created for your
Live Account. Press OK.
4 Define the time intervals at which CoPilot Live
sends your position.
5 Define how long a Live message is displayed
onscreen.
6 Choose whether to have CoPilot read the message
to you or not. Select Yes to hear the message or No not to.
7 Press OK to apply the Live settings.
Note: You will need to exit and restart CoPilot Live for the Live settings
to take effect.
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To send an invitation to a contact so they can monitor your progress:
• Tap Menu >
> Live > Invitations.
• Tap New.
• If you would like to set a validity period for the invitation, check the Expires
checkbox and enter the number of days.
• Tap Next, you have the option to enter a message to go with the invite or
just press send to send the invitation.
To see your messages:
• Tap Menu >
> Live > Messages.
Adjusting CoPilot
Live communication settings
Once you have connected to the internet you can alter
your settings:
Login Information: Select Edit to set your Device name
and enter your Account Name and Password for the
Live service.
Internet Connection: Choose your Internet connection
using the picklist, this list is automatically created
based on your phone setting.
Send Position Every: CoPilot will update your position
on the Live server at the interval chosen here.
Live connection status
CoPilot Live uses a GPRS mobile signal to send and receive messages. A green
circular symbol will appear in the bottom right corner of the screen when
CoPilot Live is enabled.
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Hide Message After: When you receive a new
message it will be displayed on the main screen. It will
automatically be hidden after the time selected here.
Speak message with TTS: Choose whether to have
CoPilot read the message to you or not.
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Setting map preferences
Setting Map Styles
You can also set up what sort of maps CoPilot uses.
• Tap Menu >
• Tap Menu >
Choose the default setting for the day or night mode
from the lists. The options are Automatic, Night and
Day.
> Settings > Map.
The available settings are:
• Units: Choose to display Miles or KM on
your maps.
• Map Rotation: Choose Heading Up to always
be travelling upwards on the screen, or select
North Up to hold the map static as you travel
along your route.
• Stylus control: Select Box Zoom or Drag Map.
• General: Choose whether to display turn restrictions
by checking or unchecking the box. Check the box
marked ‘Display View Shortcuts’ to display a driving
view button which allows you to quickly change
between driving views.
• Tap OK to apply the settings and return to the Settings menu.
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> Settings > Map Styles.
If you select Automatic, CoPilot will automatically switch
to night mode when it starts to get dark, based on the
current time and location.
Select Styles: Choose to display Day or Night map
styles.
You can select from a range of industry standard map
presentation styles and color themes using the Map
Style list. A preview is shown each time you select one,
once you are happy with your selection tap OK.
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Setting route preferences
Saving a route preference
You can set up your preferences to best suit you.
Here’s how.
To save a routing profile scroll to the bottom of the
page and tap Save as Routing Profile. When
prompted enter a name for your profile and tap OK.
• Tap Menu >
> Settings > Routing.
The available settings are:
• Vehicle type: Choose from Automobile, RV,
Motorcycle, Bicycle, Walking or Straight Line.
• Routing type: Choose whether you want CoPilot
to always choose the route quickest in time or
the shortest in distance, or a route which
avoids motorways.
• Toll Roads: Choose to Use, Always Avoid or Avoid
if Possible all toll roads your route may encounter.
• General: Tick the boxes to Avoid Ferries and/or keep International
Borders Open.
• Tap OK to apply your new routing preferences.
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Loading a saved routing profile
To load an existing profile tap Load Routing Profile and select one of your
previously saved ones or the Default profile. Tap OK twice to return to the
Settings menu and apply the profile.
Tip: Edit your routing preferences
You can edit your routing preferences by loading a saved profile, changing
the settings and resaving with the same name.
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Edit your road preferences
Adjusting your Safety View
Once you have saved a Routing profile you can set your
road preferences. Scroll to the bottom of the page and
select View/Edit Road Preferences. The available
settings are:
• Tap Menu >
> Settings >
> Driver Safety. From here you can
alter the settings of the Safety View in the following ways:
• For each road type: Choose whether you want
CoPilot to Strongly Avoid, Avoid, Neutral, Favor
or Strongly Favor when choosing a route.
• Speed: Select an appropriate speed for each
road, you can increase or decrease the speed
in increments of 5.
Note: Please note, it is not recommended to change the default route and road
preferences in CoPilot as this will affect the route calculated and ETA shown.
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• Display Map Near Turns: Decide whether to show a 2D/3D zoomed map
on the approach to each turn or always show the Driver Safety screen.
Select Yes to display the map or No not to.
• When the Turn is Within: If you selected Yes above, choose the distance
before the turn at which you would like the map to be displayed. The
distance can be set between 0.3 miles and 1 mile.
• Map Type: If Display Map Near Turns is set to Yes, select whether
to use a 2D or 3D map when approaching turns.
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Checking the GPS status
Track Playback
• Tap Menu >
You can play back a previously completed journey.
> Settings > GPS > GPS Status.
The GPS Status screen shows detailed information
regarding the GPS fix and signal strength which your
mobile device uses for guidance. From this screen you
can see your current latitude and longitude position,
the UTC time and date, your speed and your elevation
(feet above sea level).
• Tap Menu >
> Settings > GPS >
Track Playback.
• Select the journey from the list.
• Tap Play to start playback.
• You can adjust the playback speed using the Track
Playback Speed list.
• To stop playback, tap Stop.
• To exit, tap Cancel.
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Note:
Adjusting the volume
Your GPS signal will be limited when the receiver is inside buildings, tunnels
or garages. To work effectively the GPS receiver needs to have a clear line
of sight to the sky.
• Tap Menu >
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> Settings > Volume.
Use the + and - symbols to increase or decrease the
volume of the spoken instructions. To turn off the ‘tap’
sound which occurs when you touch the screen, uncheck
the Button Sounds box.
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Adjusting the Guidance Settings
Setting the Language and Speech
You can adjust the way CoPilot guides you.
• Tap Menu >
and Speech.
• Tap Menu >
> Settings >
>
> Language
• Select the distances at which you want CoPilot to
speak to you when approaching a turn.
• Select a language from the Choose a Language
picklist.
• Select what information you wish to be
displayed on the customizable part of the screen,
the options are Destination, Current Road,
Next Crossroad, Next Major Road, Nearest Town,
ETA & Distance, Speed & Distance, Altitude &
Heading, Latitude & Longitude.
• Select a voice from the Choose a Voice picklist.
Select Test to hear a sample of the chosen voice.
• Check the box to Display Route Arrow,
or uncheck to remove.
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> Settings >
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Device settings
Playing a demo
You can set how CoPilot interacts with your device.
CoPilot contains a demonstration trip to a pre-defined
destination, to view the demo.
• Menu >
Keyboard
• Menu >
> Settings >
> Device.
Select the keyboard type of choice from the drop-down menu. The options are
Alphabetical, QWERTY, AZERTY.
>
> Play Demo.
• Speed up by tapping Faster or slow down by
tapping Slower.
Tap Close to exit the demo mode.
Backlight
Adjust your mobile device’s backlight settings to
save battery power.
• Menu >
> Settings >
> Device.
The options are On with GPS, Always On, On Near Turn, or Use Device’s
Settings.
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About CoPilot
• To access the version, data number and product key
of your CoPilot software, tap Menu >
> Settings >
>
>
> About CoPilot.
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Licensing
Data Region
• Tap Menu >
> Settings >
> Licensing
>
The Licensing settings allow you to upgrade or
deactivate license regions. To upgrade you must
have already purchased a license for the new region
online at http://www.CoPilotGPS.com.
Once you have a Product Key for your upgrade, select
the area you wish to upgrade to. You will need to
activate your upgrade license in the same way you
activated your CoPilot Live license. Please follow the
installation procedure as described on page 7.
Transferring your CoPilot Live License
If you wish to use your CoPilot Live application and maps license on a different
mobile device, select Deactivate and follow the on-screen instructions.
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If you have multiple data regions on your device you can
choose which one to use in the Data Region setting.
• Tap Menu >
Data Region.
> Settings >
>
Choose from the available regions in the list.
>
>
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CoPilot Central
CoPilot Central desktop companion software allows you to plan trips, create
maps, download updates for your mobile device and purchase map upgrades.
Please refer to page 6 for information on Installing CoPilot Central.
• Open CoPilot Central using the desktop shortcut or from your PC
programs menu.
• You can decide whether to install the latest CoPilot Central updates. We
highly recommend that you install any updates to ensure you get the best
out of CoPilot Central.
Note:
An Internet connection is required to download updates.
Create a map
2 Select Country. This lets you easily download entire countries.
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•
•
3 Area Selection. You can draw a box around an area of the map and save
it as a custom map area to download.
•
Click Area Selection.
•
Move around and zoom in/zoom out on the map to find the area you
wish to download.
•
Use the mouse to draw a box around the area you wish to download.
•
Enter a name for the area in the Region Name box that appears
and select OK.
•
You can then choose to Send to Device immediately or select Not Yet
to download later.
There are four ways to select map areas:
1 Entire Region - This lets you easily download an entire map region e.g. US East,
US West.
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Click Entire Region to download the region. Click Send to Device to
download the maps to your mobile device.
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Click Select Country and pick the countries you wish to download.
Click Next.
Click Send to Device.
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4 Location Radius. You can select and download a circular map area around
a town or city and save it as a custom map area to download.
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Click Location Radius.
•
Move around and zoom in/zoom out on the map to find the area you
wish to download. Alternatively enter the location into the Search Map
box on the toolbar.
•
Use the mouse to draw a circle around the area you wish to download.
•
Enter a name for the area in the Region Name box that appears and
select OK.
•
You can then choose to Send to Device immediately or select Not Yet
to download later.
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Download a map
Once you have selected the map areas you can download them to your mobile
device by selecting Send Maps to Device on the left-hand panel.
•
Double check that all the areas you wish to download are selected.
•
Ensure the Highway Network check box is ticked if you would like to
download the major roads around Europe to link your region with Major
Cities.
•
If you are replacing your storage card, ensure the Support Folders
check box is ticked.
•
Press Next. A summary of the map regions to be downloaded will also
be displayed.
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The total memory size of the maps to be downloaded will also be
displayed, as well as the destination in which the maps will be
downloaded. CoPilot Central will check that you have sufficient storage
space for the maps.
•
If you would like to download maps to an alternative location, use the
drop-down menu to select one if available.
•
Once you are ready to begin the download, select Send to Device.
Entering an Address or City
•
Press the Address button on the toolbar, or select Add Stop to open
the Find a Location pop-up box.
•
Enter the Street, City/town, Zip Code and Country of
your destination.
•
Press Search. CoPilot Central will list possible address matches.
•
Select the correct street name when it appears in the list and
press Add to Trip.
Plan a Trip
Click on Plan a Trip in the main window. Add a starting point by clicking in
the left hand panel and searching for the address details in the pop up window.
You can add more stops, re-order and optimize your trip just like you can with
CoPilot Live on your mobile device.
Tip: You can also select a street from the map by right-clicking on the
street and selecting Add as Trip Stop.
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Trip Options
You can set up your Trip Options to best suit you.
•
Press the Trip Options box on the left hand panel or select
Trip > Trip Options.
Roads:
•
Road Type: Set your road preferences using the slider controls to Avoid
or Favor each road type when calculating a route.
•
Speed: Select an appropriate rural and urban speed for each road.
The available settings are:
Profile:
•
Vehicle Type: Choose from Auto or RV.
•
Preferred Route: Choose whether you want CoPilot Central to always
choose the route quickest in time or the shortest in distance.
•
Check the boxes to Avoid Tolls and/or keep International Borders
Open on your route.
Fuel:
•
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Enter your fuel consumption details and CoPilot Central will calculate
the estimated fuel cost for a trip.
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Transfer Trip from CoPilot Central to your mobile device
Purchase upgrades
Once you have finished entering all your destinations, you can send your trip
from CoPilot Central to your mobile device to access at a later date.
Choose Online from the menu to connect to the CoPilot website.
Here you can purchase licenses to other regional maps.
•
Connect your mobile device to your PC using the synchronization
cable.
•
Press the Send Trip to Device button on the toolbar. Alternatively, you
can select Trip > Send to Mobile Device or simply press the Send
Trip to Device button in the left hand panel.
•
Select the destination drive associated with your mobile device
and press OK.
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Find out more
There are help files available for CoPilot Central. Just click on Help > CoPilot
Help and select one of the options. Everything you need to know is just a click
away.
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Support
CoPilot Customer Support Helpline
Call a member of our Customer Support team to receive professional and
friendly assistance.
Telephone 888-872-8768 x551
Our Support team is available Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm EST.
Online Support
Please email email cpsupport@alk.com for answers to your CoPilot support
related queries and questions.
Alternatively, visit the support section at www.alk.com/support to register
and activate your CoPilot.
Our FAQs section provides answers to customers’ most frequent requests to
help you get started and get the most out of CoPilot today.
Register your CoPilot
You should register your CoPilot navigation solution at
www.alk.com/register
Registered customers receive information about downloads, map updates
and new versions of CoPilot.
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EULA
END-USER LICENCE AGREEMENT FOR COPILOT® SOFTWARE
Please read the following agreement (“Licence”) carefully.
Acceptance: Installation or use of the enclosed ALK Technologies, Inc. (“ALK”) software (the “Software”) on
your device constitutes your acceptance of these terms. If you do not agree to the terms of this Licence,
you must immediately delete the Software from your device and destroy any copies you made of the
Software and of any written materials relating to the Software, and promptly return the Software and, if
bought as part of a package, any associated devices to your retailer for a refund.
Licence: ALK grants you, as an individual, a non-exclusive, non-transferable right and licence to install and
use one copy of the Software on a single device at a time. If your Software includes CoPilot Central, you
may install and use the CoPilot Central portion on a different device than the CoPilot portion. Your licence
to use the Software is subject to you complying with the terms of this Licence. A licence is required for
each installation of the Software, unless the Software is (i) installed temporarily on a computer during the
repair or maintenance of the device on which the Software is normally installed and (ii) is immediately
deleted from such device as soon as those repairs or maintenance are complete. You may make one copy
of the Software for backup purposes only.
Copyright: United States copyright law and international treaty provisions protect the Software. You agree
that no title to the intellectual property in the Software is transferred to you. You further acknowledge that
title and ownership rights will remain the exclusive property of ALK, and you will not acquire any rights to
the Software except as expressly set out in this licence. You agree that any copies of the Software will
contain the same proprietary notices that appear on and in the Software.
Prohibited Use: Unless you have ALK’s prior written permission, you may not (i) use, copy, modify, alter, or
transfer the Software or accompanying documentation, except as expressly permitted in this Licence; (ii)
translate, disassemble, decompile, or reverse engineer the Software (iii) sublicense or lease the Software
or its documentation; or (iv) use the Software in a multi-user or networked environment or on a rental basis
or in a time-sharing or computer service business.
Limited Warranty: ALK warrants that the Software will perform substantially in accordance with the
accompanying written materials for a period of 30 days from the date of purchase. Any implied warranties
relating to the Software are limited to such 30 day period provided that limitation is permitted by applicable law.
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End-User Remedies: If the Software does not conform to the “Limited Warranty” above, ALK’s entire liability
and your sole and exclusive remedy will be, at ALK’s option, either to (i) correct the error, or (ii) help you
work around the error, or (iii) accept a return and issue a refund through your retailer. The Limited Warranty
is void if failure of the Software has resulted from your fault, abuse, or misapplication. If we correct an
error in the Software for you, then the unexpired portion of the Limited Warranty period as at the date you
informed us of the error will apply to the corrected software once you have received the corrected version.
NO OTHER WARRANTIES: EXCEPT AS SET OUT IN THE LIMITED WARRANTY, ALK DOES NOT WARRANT
THAT THE SOFTWARE IS ERROR FREE. ALK DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE
SOFTWARE, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY
RIGHTS. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties or limits on how long an
implied warranty may last, or an exclusion of incidental damages. This means the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
rights depending on your country.
No Liability for indirect loss: In no event will ALK be liable to you for any loss of profit, wasted time, lost
business or for any incidental, or indirect loss of any kind arising out of the performance or use of the
Software, even if ALK has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
Termination: Without prejudice to its other rights, ALK may terminate this Licence if you fail to comply with
these terms and conditions. In that situation, you must destroy all copies of the Software.
Limitations on Export: You hereby expressly agree not to export or re-export the Software, in whole or in
part, in violation of any export laws or regulations of the United States.
DISCLOSURE FOR PRODUCTS CONTAINING CANADIAN POSTAL CODE AND/OR CANADIAN STREET-LEVEL
DATA: Based on Computer File(s) licensed from Statistics Canada. © Copyright, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
IN RIGHT OF CANADA, as represented by the Minister of Industry, Statistics Canada 2003.
ALK Technologies, Inc. is an Authorized User of selected Statistics Canada Computer File(s) and Distributor
of derived Information Products under Licensing Agreement 6147. No confidential information about an
individual, family, household, organisation or business has been obtained from Statistics Canada.
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U.S. Government Restricted Rights: The Software is provided with restricted and limited rights. Use,
duplication, or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in the appropriate
subparagraphs of the Commercial Computer – Restricted Rights clause at 48 C.F.R. 52.227-19 or in the
appropriate subparagraphs of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at 252.2277013 of the Defence Federal Acquisition Regulations. The Copyright to the Software is held by ALK
Technologies, Inc., 1000 Herrontown Road, Princeton, NJ 08540 USA.
Restrictions. Except where you have been specifically licensed to do so by ALK, and without limiting the
preceding paragraph, you may not (a) use this Data with any products, systems, or applications installed or
otherwise connected to or in communication with vehicles, capable of vehicle navigation, positioning,
dispatch, real time route guidance, fleet management or similar applications; or (b) with or in
communication with any positioning devices or any mobile or wireless-connected electronic or computer
devices, including without limitation cellular phones, palmtop and handheld computers, pagers, and
personal digital assistants or PDAs.
Choice of Law: This Licence is governed by the laws of England.
END USER LICENSE FOR SPEECH PLAYBACK
Warning. The Data may contain inaccurate or incomplete information due to the passage of time, changing
circumstances, sources used and the nature of collecting comprehensive geographic data, any of which
may lead to incorrect results.
This license applies to the speech playback function included in your Software, if any.
Copyright (c) 2002, Xiph.org Foundation. Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior
written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS’’ AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Personal Use Only. You agree to use this Data together with COPILOT for the solely personal, noncommercial purposes for which you were licensed, and not for service bureau, time-sharing or other
similar purposes. Accordingly, but subject to the restrictions set forth in the following paragraphs, you may
copy this Data only as necessary for your personal use to (i) view it, and (ii) save it, provided that you do
not remove any copyright notices that appear and do not modify the Data in any way. You agree not to
otherwise reproduce, copy, modify, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any portion of this Data,
and may not transfer or distribute it in any form, for any purpose, except to the extent permitted by
mandatory laws.
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No Warranty. This Data is provided to you “as is,” and you agree to use it at your own risk. ALK and its
licensors (and their licensors and suppliers) make no guarantees, representations or warranties of any
kind, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise, including but not limited to, content, quality, accuracy,
completeness, effectiveness, reliability, fitness for a particular purpose, usefulness, use or results to be
obtained from this Data, or that the Data or server will be uninterrupted or error-free.
Disclaimer of Warranty: ALK AND ITS LICENSORS (INCLUDING THEIR LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS)
DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. Some States, Territories and Countries do
not allow certain warranty exclusions, so to that extent the above exclusion may not apply to you.
Disclaimer of Liability: ALK AND ITS LICENSORS (INCLUDING THEIR LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS) SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU: IN RESPECT OF ANY CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION, IRRESPECTIVE OF THE
NATURE OF THE CAUSE OF THE CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION ALLEGING ANY LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGES,
DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WHICH MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR POSSESSION OF THE INFORMATION; OR
FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFIT, REVENUE, CONTRACTS OR SAVINGS, OR ANY OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OF OR INABILITY TO
USE THIS INFORMATION, ANY DEFECT IN THE INFORMATION, OR THE BREACH OF THESE TERMS OR
CONDITIONS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION IN CONTRACT OR TORT OR BASED ON A WARRANTY, EVEN IF ALK
OR ITS LICENSORS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Some States,
Territories and Countries do not allow certain liability exclusions or damages limitations, so to that extent
the above may not apply to you.
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Export Control. You agree not to export from anywhere any part of the Data provided to you or any direct
product thereof except in compliance with, and with all licenses and approvals required under, applicable
export laws, rules and regulations.
Entire Agreement. These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between ALK (and its
licensors, including their licensors and suppliers) and you pertaining to the subject matter hereof, and
supersedes in their entirety any and all written or oral agreements previously existing between us with
respect to such subject matter.
Governing Law. The above terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of the Netherlands, without
giving effect to (i) its conflict of laws provisions, or (ii) the United Nations Convention for Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods, which is explicitly excluded. You agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the
Netherlands for any and all disputes, claims and actions arising from or in connection with the Data
provided to you hereunder.
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