Owner`s manual | Garmin 010-00718-20 GPS Receiver User Manual

zūmo 200 series
owner’s manual
for use with the zūmo 220
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Getting Started................................1
Looking at Your zūmo® .....................1
Installing the zūmo Battery................2
Charging Your zūmo..........................3
Mounting Your zūmo in an
Mounting Your zūmo on the
Configuring the zūmo........................7
Acquiring Satellites............................7
Pairing your Bluetooth® Headset.......8
Using the Menu Page........................8
Using the Power Button...................10
Where To?.....................................12
Finding an Address..........................12
Setting a Home Location.................12
Finding a Place by Spelling the
Name . .......................................13
Finding Recently Found Places.......14
Using Custom Routes.....................15
Entering Coordinates.......................16
Finding a Place Using the Map.......17
Using TracBack® . ...........................17
Searching Near Another Location...17
Using the Main Pages..................18
Trip Computer..................................19
Turn List...........................................19
Next Turn.........................................19
Routes Page....................................19
Managing Files..............................21
Supported File Types......................21
Loading Files...................................21
Loading Photos for Photo
Deleting Files .................................23
Using the Tools.............................24
Where Am I?....................................24
Picture Viewer.................................24
Custom Routes................................25
My Data...........................................25
World Clock ....................................25
Calculator .......................................26
Unit Converter ................................26
Using FM Traffic ..........................28
Traffic in Your Area..........................28
Severity Color Code........................29
Traffic on Your Route.......................29
Viewing the Traffic Map...................30
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Viewing Traffic Delays.....................30
Traffic Subscriptions........................30
Customizing the zūmo.................31
System Settings..............................31
Navigation Settings.........................31
Display Settings...............................32
Enabling Fuel Tracking....................33
Time Settings...................................33
Language Settings..........................33
Map Settings...................................34
Vehicle Settings...............................35
Bluetooth Settings...........................35
Position Format Settings.................35
Security Settings.............................35
Traffic Subscription Information.......36
Restoring All Settings......................37
Changing the Fuse..........................42
Mounting on Your Dashboard..........42
Additional Maps...............................43
Extras and Optional Accessories.....43
nüMaps Guarantee™.......................44
nüMaps Lifetime™. ..........................44
About GPS Satellite Signals............45
Contacting Garmin..........................45
Software License Agreement..........46
Registering Your zūmo....................38
Caring for Your zūmo .....................38
Cleaning the Unit.............................38
Locking Your zūmo..........................39
Calibrating the Screen.....................40
Resetting the zūmo.........................40
Updating the Software.....................40
Clearing User Data..........................41
Battery Information .........................41
Replacing the Battery in the zūmo..41
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Looking at Your zūmo®
Power button:
Press and hold to turn zūmo on and off.
Press quickly to adjust volume and backlight brightness.
GPS antenna
connector under
the weather cap
Battery cover
Serial number
under the battery
Release key: Slide
up to open the
battery cover.
microSD™ card slot
under the battery
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‹ Warning
This product contains a lithium-ion
battery. To prevent serious bodily injury
or damage to the unit or vehicle, remove
the unit from the vehicle when exiting or
store it out of direct sunlight.
3. Locate the metal contacts on the end
of the lithium‑ion battery.
4. Insert the battery so that the metal
contacts on the battery match up with
the metal contacts inside the battery
See the Important Safety and Product
Information guide in the product box for
product warnings and other important
Before mounting the device, see
the Important Safety and Product
Information guide for information about
laws pertaining to windshield mounting.
Installing the zūmo
1. Locate the lithium‑ion battery that
came in the product box.
2. Slide the release key up to open
the battery cover on the back of the
5. Press the battery into place.
6. Slide the battery cover back on until it
clicks into place.
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Charging Your zūmo
Charge your zūmo for at least 4 hours
before using on battery power.
Use the automotive power cable.
Use the USB cable.
Use an optional AC adapter cable.
Use an optional battery charger.
2. Plug the vehicle power cable into the
mini-USB connector.
3. Snap the cradle onto the suction cup
Suction cup
Mounting Your zūmo in
an Automobile
1. Pull back the weather cap from the
mini-USB connector located on the
back of your zūmo.
Weather cap
Power cable
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4. Remove the clear plastic from the
suction cup. Clean and dry your
windshield and the suction cup with a
lint‑free cloth.
5. Place the suction cup on the
6. Flip the lever back, toward the
7. Fit the bottom of your zūmo into the
Getting Started
Mounting Your zūmo on
the Motorcycle
‹ Warning
8. Tilt the zūmo back until it snaps into
9. Plug the other end of the vehicle
power cable into a power outlet in
your vehicle. Your zūmo should turn
on automatically if it is plugged in and
the vehicle is running.
Incorrectly wiring the power cable with
bare wire leads can result in damage
to the vehicle or the battery and can
cause bodily injury. Garmin strongly
recommends having an experienced
installer with the proper knowledge of
electrical systems install the unit.
To avoid draining the motorcycle battery,
disconnect the power cable from your
zūmo device when you are not riding.
NOTE: Select a suitable and secure
location to mount the zūmo on your
motorcycle, based on available power
sources and safe cable routing.
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Installing the Handlebar Base
The zūmo includes parts for two
handlebar installation solutions. Custom
mounts can require additional hardware
Installing the U-bolt and handlebar
1. Place the U-bolt around the
handlebar, and thread the ends
through the handlebar base.
2. Tighten the nuts to secure the base.
Do not overtighten.
NOTE: The recommended torque is 50
lbf-in. Do not exceed torque of 80 lbf-in.
Installing the handlebar base to the
clutch/brake clamp bracket:
NOTE: Both 1/4 in. standard and M6
bolts are included. Match the size of the
factory bolts on your clutch/brake clamp
1. Remove the two factory bolts on your
clutch/brake clamp bracket.
2. Thread the new bolts through the
handlebar base, spacers, and clamp
3. Tighten the bolts to secure the base.
clamp bracket
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Base plate
Panhead screws
Attaching the Base Plate to
the zūmo Mount
1. Thread the M4 × 40 mm panhead
screws through the washers, the
cradle, the spacers, and base plate.
2. Tighten the nuts to secure the base
Base plate
Double-socket arm
Attaching the Base Plate to
the Handlebar Base
1. Align the ball of the handlebar base
and the ball of the base plate with the
double-socket arm.
2. Tighten the knob slightly.
3. Adjust for better viewing and
4. Tighten the knob to secure the mount.
Handlebar base
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Installing Your zūmo in the
1. Fit the bottom of your zūmo into the
2. Tilt the zūmo back until it snaps into
Release lever
Configuring the zūmo
To turn on your zūmo, press and hold
. Follow the on‑screen instructions.
Acquiring Satellites
Go outdoors to an open area, out of
garages, and away from tall buildings.
Stop your vehicle, and turn on the zūmo.
Acquiring satellite signals may take a
few minutes.
bars indicate satellite
strength. When the bars are green, the
zūmo has acquired satellite signals. Now
you can select a destination and navigate
to it.
Removing Your zūmo from
Either Mount
1. Press the release lever on the top of
the mount to release the zūmo.
2. Lift out the zūmo.
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Pairing your Bluetooth®
You can listen to zūmo audio with your
Bluetooth headset. The first time you use
two devices together, you must “pair”
them. Your Bluetooth headset and the
zūmo must be turned on and be within
10 meters of each other. After the initial
pairing, the two devices can connect
automatically each time you turn them
1. Touch Tools > Settings > Bluetooth.
2. Enable Bluetooth technology on your
3. Under connections, touch Add or
4. Enable Find Me/Discoverable/Visible
mode on your headset.
5. Touch OK on the zūmo.
6. Select your headset, and touch OK.
7. Enter the Bluetooth PIN for your
headset, if necessary, and touch
8. Touch OK.
NOTE: For more information, see
page 35, or see your headset owner’s
Using the Menu Page
➋ ➌
GPS satellite strength.
Bluetooth headset status.
Usage mode. Touch to change to
to motorcyling, driving, walking,
bicycling, or scootering mode.
➍ Battery status.
➎ Current time. Touch to change time
➏ Touch to find a destination.
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➐ Touch to view the map.
➑ Touch to adjust the volume.
NOTE: If you have a Bluetooth headset
paired with your zūmo, adjust the
volume from your headset.
Touch to use the tools such as
settings, Where Am I?, Help, and
zūmo Tips and Shortcuts
• To quickly return to the Menu page,
touch and hold Back.
• Touch
to see more
choices. Touch and hold these buttons
to scroll faster.
• Pages appear differently based on
your usage mode and settings.
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Selecting a Usage Mode
Your zūmo offers several usage modes
for different modes of transportation.
Routing and navigation are calculated
differently based on your usage mode.
For example, one‑way streets are treated
differently in walking mode than they
are in driving mode.
Changing Your Usage Mode
1. Touch the usage mode icon.
2. Select a mode, and touch OK.
3. Touch Yes, and follow the on‑screen
instructions to configure your usage
mode settings. For more information
about custom settings, see page 31.
Getting Started
Using the Power Button
Press and quickly release the Power
button to view additional options:
• Touch
to adjust the
screen brightness.
• Touch
to adjust screen
• Touch the box next to Mute to turn
off the audio.
Finding Points of Interest
1. Touch Where To? > Points of
2. Select a category.
3. Select a destination, and touch Go!.
To search by name, touch Where To? >
Points of Interest > Spell Name.
To search in a different area, touch
Where To? > Near.
Resetting Your zūmo
If your zūmo stops functioning, reset
your zūmo by pressing and holding the
Power button.
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Using the Go! Page
Touch to view the route on the map.
Touch to start navigating the route.
Touch to view this location and
surrounding areas on the map. See
page 18.
➍ Touch to save this location to your
Adding a Stop to Your Route
1. With a route active, touch Menu >
Where To?.
2. Search for the extra stop (Via Point).
3. Touch Go!.
4. Touch Add as Via Point to add this
stop before your destination.
Touch Set as new Destination to
make this your new final destination.
Taking a Detour
If the road ahead is closed, you can take
a detour.
NOTE: Detour is not available when
navigating off road.
1. With a route active, touch Menu.
2. Touch Detour.
The zūmo attempts to find an alternate
route that avoids the current road or the
next road on your turn list, and then
returns to your original route. If the route
you are currently navigating is the only
reasonable option, the zūmo might not
calculate a detour.
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Where To?
Where To?
The Where To? menu provides several
different categories you can use to search
for locations. To learn how to perform a
simple search, see page 10.
TIP: Touch Near to change the search
area. See page 17.
Finding an Address
1. Touch Where To? > Address.
2. Change the state, the country, or the
province, if necessary.
3. Touch Spell City, enter the city/postal
code, and touch Done. Select the city/
postal code in the list. (Not all map
data provides postal code searching.)
If you are unsure of the city, touch
Search All.
4. Enter the number of the address, and
touch Done.
5. Enter the street name, and touch
6. Select the correct street in the list, if
7. Touch the address, if necessary.
NOTE: Depending on the version of the
maps loaded on your zūmo, the button
names can change and some steps could
be ordered differently.
Setting a Home Location
You can set a home location for the place
you return to most often.
1. Touch Where To? > Go Home.
2. Select an option.
3. Enter your addres, and touch Go!
Going Home
After you set your home location, you
can route to it at any time by touching
Where To? > Go Home.
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Where To?
Changing Your Home
To change your home location, you must
first delete it from Favorites.
Using the On‑Screen
When an on‑screen keyboard appears,
touch a letter or number to enter it.
1. Touch Where To? > Favorites.
2. Select your home.
3. Touch Home > Edit > Delete > Yes.
After you delete your home location,
reset it by following the steps on
page 12.
Finding a Place by
Spelling the Name
If you know the name of the location you
are looking for, you can spell it using the
on‑screen keyboard. You can also enter
letters contained in the name to narrow
the search.
1. Touch Where To? > Points of
Interest > Spell Name.
2. Using the on‑screen keyboard, enter
letters in the name. Touch Done.
• Touch
to view a list of recently
found search words.
• Touch
to delete a character.
Touch and hold
to erase the
entire entry.
• Touch
to add a space.
• Touch
to switch between
uppercase and lowercase characters.
• Touch Lang. to select the keyboard
language mode.
• Touch 123 to enter special characters,
such as punctuation marks.
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Where To?
Finding Recently Found
Your zūmo stores the last 50 of your
recent finds in the Recently Found list.
Touch Where To? > Recently Found.
The most-recently viewed places appear
at the top of the list.
Deleting Recently Found
To remove all places from the Recently
Found list, touch Clear > Yes.
NOTE: When you touch Clear, all items
from the list are removed. This process
does not delete the actual place from
your zūmo.
You can save places in your Favorites so
that you can quickly find them and create
routes to them. Your home location is
also stored in Favorites.
Saving Your Current Location
On the map, touch . Touch Save
Location to save your current location.
Saving Places You Find
1. After you have found a place you
want to save, touch Save.
2. Touch OK. The place is saved in
Finding Saved Places
Touch Where To? > Favorites. Your
saved locations are listed.
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Editing Saved Places
1. Touch Where To? > Favorites.
2. Touch the location you want to edit.
3. Touch Edit.
Using Custom Routes
Touch Where To? > Custom Routes.
Select the route you want to take, and
touch Go!.
Creating a Custom Route
Use your zūmo to create and save custom
routes before your next trip. You can save
up to 10 custom routes.
4. Select an item to edit.
For information about extras such as
safety camera information, see pages 43.
1. Touch Where To? (or Tools) >
Custom Routes > New.
2. Touch Add New Start Point.
3. Find a location as your starting point,
and touch Select.
4. Touch Add New End Point.
5. Find a location as your ending point,
and touch Select.
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Where To?
6. Touch
to add another location
to your custom route. Touch
remove a location.
7. Touch Next to calculate your custom
route and view it on the map.
8. Touch Save to save the custom route
and exit.
Editing Custom Routes
1. Touch Where To? (or Tools) >
Custom Routes.
2. Select the route you want to edit.
3. Touch Edit.
4. Select an item to edit.
Entering Coordinates
If you know the geographic coordinates
of your destination, you can use your
zūmo to navigate to your destination
using the latitude and longitude
coordinates (or other coordinate formats).
This can be especially helpful when
geocaching. For information about
geocaching, go to www.geocaching.com.
1. Touch Where To? > Coordinates.
2. Touch Format to change the type of
coordinates. Because different maps
and charts use different position
formats, the zūmo allows you to select
the correct coordinate format for the
type of map you are using.
3. Enter the coordinates, and touch
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Where To?
Finding a Place Using the
Touch Where To? > Browse Map.
Tips for Browsing the Map
• Touch the map, and drag to view
different parts of the map.
• Touch and to zoom out and in.
• Touch any object on the map. An
arrow appears pointing at the object.
• Touch Save to save this location.
• Touch Go! to navigate to the location.
If the GPS mode is off, touch Set Loc. to
set your location to the selected location.
See page 31.
Using TracBack®
Touch Where To? > TracBack to view
your recent track. Touch Save to save
the track to your Favorites. Touch Go! to
retrace your recent path of travel.
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Near Another
NOTE: Your zūmo automatically
searches for places near your current
1. Touch Where To? > Near.
2. Select an option.
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Using the Main Pages
Using the Main Pages ➋ Touch the text
Your route is marked with a magenta
line. As you travel, your zūmo guides
you to your destination with voice
prompts, arrows on the map, and
directions at the top of the map. A
checkered flag marks your destination. If
you deviate from the original route, your
zūmo recalculates the route and provides
new directions.
bar to view the
turn list.
➌ Touch to zoom
in and out.
➍ Touch the
vehicle icon to
view the Where
Am I? page.
➎ Touch to
view the trip
Touch to view
the next turn
(navigating on
➏ Touch to view
the Menu page.
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Using the Main Pages
Trip Computer
The trip computer displays your current
speed and provides helpful statistics
about your trip.
To view the trip computer, touch Speed
on the map. If you make frequent stops,
leave the zūmo turned on so it can
accurately measure elapsed time during
the trip.
Resetting Trip Computer
If you want accurate trip information,
reset the trip computer before beginning
a trip. Touch Reset Trip to reset the
information on the Trip Computer page.
Touch Reset Max to reset the maximum
Turn List
When you are navigating a route,
the turn list displays turn‑by‑turn
instructions for your entire route and the
distance between turns.
Touch the text bar on the top of the map
to open the turn list. Touch a turn on the
list to view the next turn information.
Touch Show Map to view the entire
route on the map.
Next Turn
When you are navigating a route, you
can view the next turn on the map and
the distance and time left before you
reach the turn.
To view the next turn, touch the top left
corner on the map, or touch any turn
from the turn list.
Routes Page
The Routes page displays three different
types of routes to your destination:
fastest time, shortest distance, and off
road. Touch a route button on the side
of the screen to select that route. See
page 31 for more information on route
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Using the Main Pages
On the Go! page, touch the route
information tab, which lists your usage
mode and the distance and time to your
destination, to open the Routes page.
Heading in
Navigating Off Road with the
When navigating an off‑road route, the
direction arrow indicates the direction
you should travel to stay on the route.
When the direction arrow points at the
bug indicator, you are going directly
to the destination. The lower‑left
information field displays the distance to
your destination.
GPS Compass
You can navigate using a GPS compass.
No calibration is required; however, you
must have a clear view of the sky. Touch
a data field on the Map page to view
the compass. When you are traveling,
the compass rotates. The bug indicator
shows your current heading. Your
heading is also shown in degrees in the
center of the compass. The information
fields display the speed, the elevation,
the time of day, and the GPS signal
Direction arrow
Bug indicator
GPS Compass While
Navigating an Off‑Road
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Managing Files
Managing Files
You can store files, such as JPEG image
files and GPX route files, in the internal
memory on the zūmo or on a microSD
NOTE: The zūmo is not compatible with
Windows® 95, 98, Me, or Windows NT®.
It is also not compatible with Mac® OS
10.3 and earlier.
Supported File Types
image files: see page 23
• Maps, routes, and waypoints files
from MapSource®: see page 43
• GPI custom POI files from the
Garmin POI Loader: see page 44
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Loading Files
card slot
under the
key: Slide
up to open
the battery
under the
Inserting a microSD Card
1. Slide the release key up to open
the battery cover on the back of the
2. Remove the battery.
3. To insert or remove the card, press it
in until it clicks.
4. Replace the battery.
Managing Files
5. Slide the battery cover back on until it
clicks into place.
Connecting the USB Cable
Connect the mini‑USB connector to the
back of the zūmo. Connect the larger end
of the cable to an available USB port on
your computer.
Your zūmo and microSD card appear as
removable drives in My Computer on
Windows computers and as mounted
volumes on Mac computers.
NOTE: Some operating systems or
computers with multiple network drives
cannot display the zūmo drives. See your
operating system Help file to learn how
to map the drives.
Transferring Files to Your
Copy and paste files from your computer
into the zūmo drives/volumes.
1. Browse your computer for the file you
want to copy.
2. Select the file, and touch Edit >
3. Open the “Garmin” or microSD card
4. Click Edit > Paste. The file appears
in the list of files in the zūmo memory
or on the microSD card.
Ejecting and Unplugging the
USB Cable
When you are finished transferring files,
click the eject
icon in your system
tray, or drag the volume icon to the
on Mac computers. Unplug
your zūmo from your computer.
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Managing Files
Loading Photos for Photo Deleting Files
Download photos with location
information to your zūmo or microSD
card for photo navigation. Visit
http://connect.garmin.com/photos for
more information.
1. Connect your zūmo to your computer.
2. Go to http://connect.garmin.com
/photos, and sign in.
3. Select a photo.
4. Follow the on‑screen instructions.
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If you do not know the purpose of a
file, do not delete it. Your zūmo memory
contains important system files that
should not be deleted.
Connect the zūmo to your computer, and
open the zūmo or microSD card drive/
volume. Highlight the file you want to
delete, and press the Delete key on the
computer keyboard.
Using the Tools
Using the Tools
The Tools menu provides many features
that are helpful when you are traveling.
From the Menu page, touch Tools to
access the Tools menu.
Where Am I?
Touch Where Am I? to view current
location information. This feature is
helpful if you need to tell emergency
personnel your location. Touch a button
on the right to view the nearest locations
in that category. Touch Save Location to
save your current location.
Touch Help to get information about
using your zūmo.
For information about the settings, see
pages 31–37.
Picture Viewer
Use the picture viewer to view pictures
that you have stored in your zūmo or on
a microSD card.
1. Touch Tools > Picture Viewer.
2. Touch a picture to view a larger image
of it.
3. Touch the arrows to view all the
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Using the Tools
Viewing a Slide Show
Touch Slide Show to start a slide show,
which displays each image for a few
seconds and then displays the next
image. Touch anywhere on the screen to
stop the slide show.
Navigating to a Picture
If a picture contains location
information, touch Info > Go! to create
a route to it. See page 23 for more
information about loading pictures to
your zūmo.
World Clock
1. Touch Tools > World Clock.
2. To change a listed city, touch the city.
3. Enter a city name, and touch Done.
4. Select the correct city, if necessary.
5. Touch Save.
6. Touch World Map to view a map.
Nighttime hours are shown in the
shaded area.
7. Touch World Clock to view the
clocks again, or touch Back to exit.
Custom Routes
For information about custom routes, see
page 15.
My Data
Use this tool to manage and delete your
saved data, such as your Favorites.
If you have transferred a route from
MapSource, touch Import Route from
File to use that route in your zūmo.
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Using the Tools
1. Touch Tools > Calculator.
2. Enter the first number of your
3. Select an operator (÷, ×, -, or +).
4. Enter the second number of your
• Touch . to add a decimal.
• Touch ± to make the number
negative or positive.
• Touch % to make the number a
percent (0.01).
• Touch C to clear the entry.
5. Touch =.
6. Touch C to make a new calculation.
Unit Converter
1. Touch Tools > Unit Converter.
2. Touch Conversion, select a type of
measurement, and touch OK.
3. Touch a unit of measure that you
want to change.
4. Select a unit of measure, and touch
OK. Repeat if necessary.
5. Touch the blank rectangle to enter a
6. Enter a value, and touch Done. The
unit is converted.
7. Touch Clear to perform another
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Using the Tools
Updating Conversion Rates
You can update the currency conversion
rates manually so that you are always
using the most-current rates.
1. Touch Tools > Unit Converter >
2. Touch Currency, and touch OK.
3. Touch the currency buttons, and
select the currencies you want to
4. Touch Update.
5. Touch the boxes next to the
currencies to enter new rates.
6. Touch Save to save the new rates,
or touch Restore to use the original
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You can only access the traffic
information if your zūmo is connected to
an optional FM traffic receiver. For more
information, see pages 28–30 and
Using FM Traffic
Using FM Traffic
NOTE: You must purchase the traffic
receiver separately.
Use an FM TMC (Traffic Message
Channel) traffic receiver to receive traffic
information that is broadcast over the FM
Radio Data System.
The traffic receiver is integrated in the
vehicle power cable.
To a power outlet in
the vehicle
To the power connector
on the zūmo
FM TMC Traffic Receiver
NOTE: Garmin is not responsible for the
accuracy of the traffic information. The
traffic receiver receives signals from the
traffic service provider and displays that
information on your zūmo.
Traffic in Your Area
When you are receiving traffic
information, a traffic icon appears in
the upper‑right corner of the map. The
traffic icon changes color to indicate
the severity of traffic conditions on
your route or the road you are currently
driving on.
Traffic icon
If the zūmo is connected to the traffic
receiver and connected to vehicle power,
and you are in a coverage area, the zūmo
can receive traffic delay information. For
more information, go to www.garmin
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Using FM Traffic
Severity Color Code
The color of the traffic icon indicates the
severity of the traffic delay.
is flowing
Low severity Traffic
Traffic is slightly
No data
Traffic is heavily
congested or
Traffic data
has not
Traffic on Your Route
When calculating your route, the
zūmo examines the current traffic and
automatically optimizes the route for
the shortest time. If a severe traffic
delay occurs on your route while you
are navigating, the zūmo automatically
recalculates the route. You might still
be routed through traffic if no better
alternative routes exist.
If a non‑severe traffic delay occurs on
your route, the traffic icon displays a tab
that shows how much time the delay has
added to your route. This time is already
included in your estimated arrival time.
To manually avoid traffic on your
1. On the map, touch the traffic icon.
2. Touch Traffic On Route.
3. Touch the arrows to view other traffic
delays on your route, if necessary.
4. Touch Avoid to avoid the traffic delay.
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Using FM Traffic
Viewing the Traffic Map
The Traffic map shows color‑coded
traffic flow and delays on nearby roads.
1. On the map, touch the traffic icon.
Viewing Traffic Delays
1. On the Map page, touch the traffic
2. Touch Traffic Search to view a list of
traffic delays.
3. To view details, touch an item in the
list. If there is more than one delay,
touch the arrows to view additional
Traffic Subscriptions
2. Touch Show Traffic Map to view the
traffic incidents on a map.
For information about adding or
renewing a traffic subscription, see
page 36.
To return to the normal map from the
Traffic map, touch the traffic icon, and
touch Show Normal Map.
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Customizing the zūmo
Customizing the zūmo
1. Touch Tools > Settings.
2. Touch the setting you want to change.
3. Touch the button beside the setting
name to change it.
NOTE: Some menus and settings change
based on your usage mode. Look for a
usage mode icon next to the setting. Not
all settings are available for all usage
System Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > System.
Usage Mode—specify how you will
be navigating to optimize routes:
Motorcycling, Driving, Walking,
Bicycling. See page 9.
GPS Simulator—turn on the simulator
to turn off the GPS mode and simulate
navigation and to save battery power.
Units—change units of measure to
Kilometers or Miles.
Keyboard Layout—select a preference.
• Standard Mode—an alphabetical
• Large Mode—a layout that allows
you to select from a range of eight
letters at a time.
About—display the zūmo software
version, the unit ID, the audio version
and the GPS software version. You need
this information when you update the
system software or purchase additional
map data. See page 43.
Restore—restore the system settings.
Navigation Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Navigation.
Route Preference—select a preference
for calculating your route:
• Faster Time—to calculate routes that
are faster to drive but can be longer in
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• Shorter Distance—to calculate
routes that are shorter in distance but
can take more time to drive.
• Off Road—to calculate
point‑to‑point routes without roads.
Avoidances—select the road types or
conditions you want to avoid on your
Recalculation—select whether your
zūmo recalculates when you deviate
from your route.
• Auto—recalculate a route
• Off—turn off the recalculate
• Prompted—enable a prompt when
you deviate from your route.
Restore—restore the original navigation
Display Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Display.
Color Mode—select Daytime for a
light background, Nighttime for a dark
background, or Auto to automatically
switch between the two.
Screenshot—turn on screenshot mode.
to take a screenshot. The
picture bitmap file is saved in the
screenshots folder on the zūmo drive.
Brightness—adjust the backlight
brightness level. Reducing the backlight
brightness increases your battery life.
Restore—restore the original display
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Customizing the zūmo
Enabling Fuel Tracking
When connected to the motorcycle
mount, your zūmo can alert you when
your fuel tank is low.
Touch Tools > Settings > Fuel Gauge.
Fuel Tracking—touch On. A fuel gauge
appears under the compass on the map.
Distance Per Tank—enter the total
distance your motorcycle can travel on a
tank of fuel.
Low Fuel Warning—select at which
point you would like to be notified that
your fuel tank is low.
Using the Fuel Alarm
When your fuel tank is low enough to
trigger the Remaining Fuel Alarm, a
red fuel-pump icon appears on the map.
Touch the icon to view a list of nearby
gas stations.
Time Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Time.
Time Format—select a 12‑hour,
24‑hour, or UTC time format.
Current Time—Use + and ‑ to set the
time in 15‑minute increments. Check
Automatic to automatically set the time
when your zūmo is receiving satellite
Restore—restore the original time
Language Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Language.
Voice—change the language for voice
Text—change all on‑screen text to the
selected language. Changing the text
language does not change the language
of user‑entered data or map data, such as
street names.
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Customizing the zūmo
Keyboard—select the keyboard for
your language. You can also change
the keyboard language mode from any
keyboard by touching the Mode button.
Restore—restore the original language
Map Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Map.
Map Detail—adjust the amount of detail
shown on the map. Showing more detail
can cause the map to redraw slower.
Map View—select a map perspective.
• Track Up—display the map in two
dimensions (2D) with your direction
of travel at the top.
• North Up—display the map in 2D
with North at the top.
• 3D View—display the map in three
dimensions (3D) with your direction
of travel at the top.
Map Autozoom—Touch Off to turn
autozoom off.
Vehicle—touch Change to change the
icon used to display your position on the
map. Touch the icon you want to use,
and touch OK. Download additional
vehicle icons at www.garmin.com
Trip Log—show or hide the log of your
travels. To clear your trip log, touch
Tools > My Data > Clear Trip Log.
Map Info—view the maps and the
version of each map loaded on your
zūmo. Select a map to enable that map.
Restore—restore the original map
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Customizing the zūmo
Vehicle Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Vehicle
Restore—restore the original Bluetooth
settings. This does not clear the pairing
Touch the icon you want to use, and
touch OK.
Position Format Settings
Download additional vehicle icons at
Bluetooth Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Bluetooth.
Connections—touch the button to
pair with a headset that has Bluetooth
wireless technology, or to see a list
of available devices. Touch Drop to
disconnect a headset. Touch Remove to
delete a headset from the zūmo memory.
Bluetooth—turn on the Bluetooth
component. To prevent a headset
from automatically connecting, touch
Touch Tools > Settings > Position
Format—select a position format.
Datum—select a map datum.
Security Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Security.
Garmin Lock—turn on Garmin Lock™
to lock your zūmo. Enter a 4‑digit PIN,
and set a security location. For more
information, see page 39.
Safe Mode—turn safe mode on or off.
When your vehicle is moving, safe
mode disables all functions that require
significant operator attention and could
become a distraction while driving.
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Restore—restore the original security
NOTE: Restoring the security settings
will not clear your Garmin Lock PIN or
security location.
Traffic Subscription
The traffic information is only available
if you have an optional FM traffic
receiver. Touch Tools > Settings >
NOTE: If your traffic receiver has a
trial subscription, it does not need to
be activated, and you do not need to
purchase a subscription until the trial
subscription expires.
North American Options
Your FM traffic subscriptions and
expiration dates are listed. Touch Add to
add a subscription.
European Options
Auto—select to use the best provider for
the area. You can also select a specific
Search—search for additional TMC
traffic providers. To increase the search
time, touch Yes to clear the provider
Subscriptions—view your FM traffic
subscriptions and expiration dates. Touch
Add to add a subscription.
Adding a Subscription
You can purchase additional
subscriptions or a renewal if your
subscription expires. Go to www.garmin
NOTE: You do not need to activate the
subscription included with your FM
traffic receiver (if it came with one). The
subscription activates automatically after
your zūmo acquires satellite signals
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Customizing the zūmo
while receiving traffic signals from the
service provider.
1. From the Menu page, touch Tools >
Settings > Traffic.
2. For North American units, touch Add.
For non‑North American units, touch
Subscriptions > Add.
3. Write down the traffic receiver unit ID.
4. Go to www.garmin.com/fmtraffic to
purchase a subscription and get a
25‑character code.
5. Touch Next on the zūmo, enter the
code, and touch Done.
Restoring All Settings
1. Touch Tools > Settings.
2. Touch Restore.
3. Touch Yes.
The traffic subscription code cannot be
reused. You must obtain a new code
each time you renew your service. If you
own multiple traffic receivers, you must
obtain a new code for each receiver.
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Registering Your zūmo
Go to http://my.garmin.com to register
your zūmo. See page 21 for information
about connecting your zūmo to your
1. Plug in your zūmo. You will see an
option to install myGarmin Agent™
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to
install myGarmin Agent and register
your zūmo.
After you have registered your zūmo,
you can subscribe to the latest Garmin
online services.
Caring for Your zūmo
Your zūmo contains sensitive electronic
components that can be permanently
damaged if exposed to excessive shock
or vibration. To minimize the risk of
damage to your zūmo, avoid dropping
your unit and operating it in high‑shock
and high‑vibration environments.
Cleaning the Unit
The zūmo is constructed of high‑quality
materials and does not require user
maintenance other than cleaning. Clean
the outer casing of the unit (not the touch
screen) using a cloth dampened with a
mild detergent solution, and wipe dry.
Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents
that can damage plastic components.
Cleaning the Touch Screen
Clean the touch screen with a soft, clean,
lint‑free cloth. Use water, isopropyl
alcohol, or eyeglass cleaner, if needed.
Apply the liquid to the cloth, and gently
wipe the touch screen.
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Protecting Your zūmo
• Do not store the zūmo where
prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can occur, because it
can cause permanent damage.
• Although a PDA stylus can be used
to operate the touch screen, never
attempt this while operating a vehicle.
• Never use a hard or sharp object to
operate the touch screen because
damage might result.
Avoiding Theft
• To avoid theft, remove the unit
and mount from sight when not in
use. Remove the residue left on the
windshield by the suction cup.
• Do not keep your unit in the glove
• Register your product at
• Use the Garmin Lock feature.
Locking Your zūmo
Garmin Lock is a theft‑deterrent system
that locks your zūmo. Each time you
turn on the zūmo, enter the PIN or drive
to the security location.
1. Touch Tools > Settings > Security.
2. Touch the button below Garmin
3. Enter a 4‑digit PIN, and drive to a
security location.
What is a Security Location?
Your security location should be a
location you return to often, such as your
home. If the zūmo has satellite signals
and you are at the security location, you
do not need to enter the PIN.
NOTE: If you forget your PIN and
your security location, you must send
your zūmo to Garmin to get it unlocked.
You must also send a valid product
registration or proof of purchase.
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Calibrating the Screen
If the touch screen is not responding
properly, calibrate the touch screen.
1. Turn off your zūmo.
2. Press your finger on the upper‑left
corner of the touch screen.
3. While holding your finger on the touch
screen, turn on the zūmo. Continue
to hold your finger on the touch
screen for about 30 seconds until
the calibration screen appears (white
screen with “Touch dot”).
4. Follow the on‑screen instructions.
Resetting the zūmo
If the zūmo stops functioning, turn the
zūmo off and then on. If this does not
help, press and hold for 10 seconds.
The zūmo should operate normally. You
can also remove the battery and reinstall
Updating the Software
In order to connect the zūmo to your
computer, you must have the optional
mini-USB cable. For information about
accessories, go to http://buy.garmin.com
or www.garmin.com/extras, or contact
your Garmin dealer.
1. Connect the zūmo to your computer
using the mini-USB cable. The
AutoPlay menu opens.
2. Double-click on to open the
myGarmin Agent download page. If
the AutoPlay menu does not open,
or you are on a Mac computer, go to
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
After you have installed myGarmin
Agent, you are prompted to open
myDashboard when you connect your
zūmo to your computer. myDashboard
checks your zūmo for current software
and provides additional information
about your zūmo.
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Clearing User Data
This deletes all user‑entered information.
1. Turn off your zūmo.
2. Press your finger on the lower‑right
corner of the touch screen.
3. While holding your finger on the touch
screen, turn on the zūmo. Continue to
hold your finger on the touch screen
until the message appears.
4. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
All original settings are restored. Any
items that you have saved are erased.
Battery Information
battery icon in the corner of
the Menu page indicates the status of the
zūmo battery. To increase the accuracy
of the battery gauge, fully discharge the
battery and fully charge it.
Replacing the Battery in
the zūmo
If you need to replace the battery in the
zūmo, use a Garmin lithium‑ion battery
010‑11143‑00. Purchase a replacement
battery at http://buy.garmin.com. Contact
your local waste disposal department for
information about properly disposing of
the battery.
Your zūmo contains a user‑replaceable,
lithium‑ion battery. To maximize the
lifetime of the battery, do not leave
your zūmo in direct sunlight, and avoid
prolonged exposure to excessive heat.
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Changing the Fuse
When replacing the fuse, do not lose any
of the small pieces and make sure they
are put back in the proper position. The
vehicle power cable does not work unless
it is assembled correctly.
If your unit will not charge in your
vehicle, you might need to replace the
fuse located at the tip of the vehicle
1. Use a coin to push down the silver tip,
and turn the coin counter-clockwise,
one-quarter turn.
2. Remove the end piece, the silver tip,
and the fuse.
3. Install a 1 A fast-blow
fuse of the same size.
Silver tip
4. Ensure that the silver
tip is located in the
end piece. Using a
coin, replace the end
Mounting on Your
The permanent mounting adhesive is
extremely difficult to remove after it is
Use the enclosed mounting disk to mount
your unit to the dashboard and comply
with certain state regulations.
1. Clean and dry the dashboard where
you are placing the disk.
2. Remove the backing from the
adhesive on the bottom of the disk.
3. Place the disk on the dashboard.
4. Remove the clear plastic cover from
the top of the disk.
5. Place the suction cup mount on top of
the disk. Flip the lever down (toward
the disk).
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Additional Maps
You can purchase additional MapSource
map data from Garmin and load the
maps in your zūmo internal memory or
on an optional microSD card.
To determine the versions of the maps
that are loaded on your zūmo, open the
Menu page. Touch Tools > Settings >
Map > Map Info. Check
www.garmin.com/unlock/update.jsp to
see if an update for your map software
is available. To enable additional maps,
you need your unit ID (see page 31) and
serial number (located under the battery).
Refer to the MapSource Help file for
more information.
Extras and Optional
For information about accessories, go to
http://buy.garmin.com or www.garmin
.com/extras, or contact your Garmin
Safety Cameras
Check your local laws and regulations
before using these features. Garmin is
not responsible for the accuracy of, or
the consequences of using, a custom POI
or safety camera database.
Safety camera information is available in
some locations. Check http://my.garmin
.com for availability. For these locations,
the zūmo includes the locations of
hundreds of safety cameras. Your zūmo
alerts you when you are approaching
a safety camera and can warn you if
you are driving too fast. The data is
updated at least weekly, so you always
have access to the most up‑to‑date
You can purchase a new region or extend
an existing subscription at any time.
Each region that you purchase has its
own expiration date.
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Custom Points of Interest
nüMaps Guarantee™
Go to www.garmin.com/extras, and
click POI Loader to install the POI
Loader onto your computer. For more
information, refer to the POI Loader
Help file. Press F1 to open the Help file.
nüMaps Lifetime™
Use the POI Loader to load custom
points of interest (POIs) onto your zūmo.
POI databases are available from various
companies on the Internet. Some custom
databases contain alert information
for points, such as safety cameras and
school zones.
To view your custom POIs, touch
Where To? > Extras > Custom POIs.
To change the proximity alert settings,
touch Tools > Settings > Proximity
Points > Proximity Alerts.
To receive one free map update (if
available), register your device at
http://my.garmin.com within 60 days of
acquiring satellites while driving with
your device. You are not eligible for the
free map update if you register by phone
or wait longer than 60 days after the first
time you acquire satellites while driving
with your device. For more information,
go to www.garmin.com/numaps.
For a one-time payment, you can receive
up to four map updates each year for the
life of your unit. For more information,
go to www.garmin.com.
To delete the custom POIs from your
zūmo, connect your zūmo to your
computer. Open the Garmin\poi folder
in the zūmo drive or the microSD card
drive. Delete the file titled poi.gpi.
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About GPS Satellite
Your zūmo must acquire GPS (Global
Positioning System) satellite signals in
order to navigate. If you are indoors,
near tall buildings or trees, or in a
parking garage, your zūmo cannot
acquire satellites. Go outside to an area
free from tall obstructions to use your
When your zūmo has acquired satellite
signals, the signal strength bars on the
Menu page are green
. When it
loses satellite signals, the bars turn red or
Contacting Garmin
Contact Garmin Product Support if you
have questions. In the USA, go to www
.garmin.com/support, or contact Garmin
USA by phone at (913) 397-8200 or
(800) 800-1020.
In the UK, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
by phone at 0808 2380000.
In Europe, go to www.garmin.com
/support and click Contact Support
for in-country support information, or
contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd. by phone
at +44 (0) 870.8501241.
For more information about GPS, go to
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Software License
Garmin grants you a limited license to
use the software embedded in this device
(the “Software”) in binary executable
form in the normal operation of the
product. Title, ownership rights, and
intellectual property rights in and to the
Software remain in Garmin.
and that the Software in source code
form remains a valuable trade secret of
Garmin. You agree not to decompile,
disassemble, modify, reverse assemble,
reverse engineer, or reduce to human
readable form the Software or any part
thereof or create any derivative works
based on the Software. You agree not to
export or re‑export the Software to any
country in violation of the export control
laws of the United States of America.
You acknowledge that the Software
is the property of Garmin and is
protected under the United States
of America copyright laws and
international copyright treaties. You
further acknowledge that the structure,
organization, and code of the Software
are valuable trade secrets of Garmin
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Physical size: W×H×D: 4.21 × 3.35 ×
0.90 in. (106.9 × 85.1 ×
22.9 mm)
Weight: 7.6 oz. (215.5 g)
Display: W×H: 2.8 × 2.1 in.
(72.0 × 54.0 mm); 320 × 240 pixels;
64K bright, 18‑bit LCD display;
white backlight; touch screen
Case: Water resistant IPX7
Operating temperature range:
from ‑4°F to 131°F
(from ‑20°C to 55°C)
Charging temperature range:
from 32°F to 104°F
(from 0°C to 40°C)
Data storage: Internal memory and
optional removable microSD card.
Data stored indefinitely.
Computer interface: USB 2.0 full
speed (12 Mbit) mass storage,
Charge time: Approximately 4 hours
Power input: Vehicle power using
included vehicle power cable
Usage: 5 W max.
Battery life: up to 8 hours
Battery type: User‑replaceable
rechargeable lithium‑ion battery
Replacement battery for zūmo: Garmin
lithium‑ion battery 010‑11143‑00
GPS receiver: High‑sensitivity,
Acquisition times*:
Warm: <1 sec.
Cold: <38 sec.
Factory Reset: <45 sec.
*Average acquisition times for a
stationary receiver with a clear view of
the sky.
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My zūmo never gets
satellite signals.
Take your zūmo out of parking garages and away from tall
buildings and trees. Remain stationary for several minutes.
The suction cup will not
stay on my windshield.
Clean the suction cup and windshield with rubbing alcohol. Dry
with a clean, dry cloth. Mount the suction cup as described on
page 3.
Check the fuse in the vehicle power cable (see page 42).
Ensure that the vehicle is turned on and is supplying power to
My zūmo does not charge the power outlet.
in my vehicle.
Your zūmo can only charge between 32°F and 104°F (between
0°C and 40°C). If the zūmo is placed in direct sunlight or in a hot
environment, it cannot charge.
My battery does not stay
charged for very long.
To maximize the time between charges, turn down the backlight.
Touch Tools > Settings > Display > Brightness.
To avoid draining the battery, remove the battery when your
zūmo is not in use.
My battery gauge does not Allow the unit to fully discharge, and fully charge it (without
seem accurate.
interrupting the charge cycle).
Hold your finger on the lower‑right corner of the zūmo screen
How do I clear all my user
while it is turning on. Keep your finger pressed until the message
appears. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
The zūmo is locked
If the zūmo stops functioning, turn the zūmo off and on again. If
this does not help, press and hold
for 10 seconds. The zūmo
should operate normally. You can also remove the battery, and
then reinstall it.
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The touch screen is not
responding to my touches Calibrate the touch screen as described on page 40.
How do I know my zūmo
is in USB mass storage
When your zūmo is in USB mass storage mode, a picture of a
zūmo connected to a computer is shown. Also, you should see
two new removable disk drives listed in My Computer.
My computer never
senses that the zūmo is
1. Unplug the mini-USB cable from your computer.
2. Turn the zūmo off.
3. Plug the mini-USB cable into a USB port on your computer
and into your zūmo. The zūmo automatically turns on and
goes into USB mass storage mode. Ensure that your zūmo is
connected to a USB port and not a USB hub.
If you have several network drives mapped on your computer,
I cannot see any new
Windows can have trouble assigning drive letters to your zūmo
removable drives in my list
drives. See your operating system Help file to learn how to map
of drives.
or assign drive letters.
1. Touch Where To? > Near > Different City (and enter your
vacation destination).
2. Find the hotel, and touch Go!.
How can I find restaurants
3. Touch Menu > Where To? > Near > My Destination.
near the hotel I will be
4. Search for a restaurant. Restaurants nearest your hotel are
staying at in the future?
listed first.
You can also use the GPS simulator (Tools > Settings >
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2-D, 3-D map view 34
accessories 43, 44
additional maps 43
addresses 12
safety camera 43
road types 32
theft 39
background color 32
battery 41, 48
installing 2
replacing in the zūmo 41
status 8
Bluetooth technology
headsets 8
pairing 8
settings 35
brightness 32
browsing the map 17
calculator 26
caring for your zūmo 38
charging your zūmo 48
compass 20
computer connection 22
configuring 6
converting units 26
coordinates 16
current location, saving 14
customizing the zūmo 31–37
custom POIs 44
custom routes 15
all user data 41
character 13
custom POIs 44
files 23
recent finds list 14
detours 11
diacritical characters 13
display settings 32
driving directions 19
extras 15, 43–45
Favorites 14
files 21–23
deleting 23
managing 21–23
supported types 21
transferring 21–23
finding places
by address 12
by coordinates 16
by name 13
Favorites 14
home 12
near another location 10, 17
recent selections 14
saved places (Favorites) 14
spell name 10
using the compass 20
using the map 17
using TracBack 17
FM traffic receiver 28–30
fuel tracking 33
fuse, changing 42
Garmin Lock 35, 39
geocaching 16
Go! page 11
going home 12
zūmo 200 Series Owner’s Manual
about GPS 45
settings 31
Help 24
home location 12
keyboard 13
language mode 13, 34
layouts 31
MapSource 43
max speed, reset 33
measurements, converting 26
Menu page 8
microSD card 21, 47
on dashboard 42
on windshield 3, 48
My Data 25
language settings 33
lithium-ion battery 41, 47
mode 31
settings 31
next turn 19
map 18
adding 43
browsing 17
customizing 34
detail level 34
Map Info button 34
moving 17
settings 34
traffic 30
updating 43
version 34
viewing 34
zooming 17
off road, routing 20, 32
on-screen keyboard 13
photo navigation 15
loading photos 23
pictures 24
types 21
Garmin Lock 39
POI Loader 44
points of interest 10
custom 44
position formats 35
recently found locations 14
registering 39
clearing all user data 41
the trip data 19
your zūmo 40
routes 15
adding one stop 11
custom 15
detours 11
importing 25
off road 20, 32
on the map 18
preferences 31
simulating 31
traffic 29
safe mode 35
safety camera database 43
satellite signals 7, 45
places you find 14
your current location 14,
17, 24
school zone database 44
brightness 32
screen shots 32
zūmo 200 Series Owner’s Manual51
location 39
settings 35
settings 31–37
simulating a route 31
license agreement 46
updating 40
version 31
specifications 47
spelling names 10, 13
storing the zūmo 39
subscriptions, traffic 36
supported file types 21
system settings 31
text languages 34
time settings 33
time zones 33
tools 24–27
touch screen
calibrating 40, 49
cleaning 38
settings 32
TracBack 17
traffic 27, 28–30
adding subscriptions 36
transferring files 21–23
trip computer 19
trip data, reset 19
trip log 34
troubleshooting 48
turn-by-turn directions 19
turn list 19
case 1
cleaning 38
mount 3, 42
unit converter 26
unit ID 31
maps 43
software 40
usage mode 8, 9, 31
USB 1, 22, 49
eject 22
mass storage mode 21–23
user data, deleting 41
vehicle icon 34
voice languages 33
volume 9
WebUpdater 40
Where Am I? 24
Where to? 12
world clock 25
zoom 17
zūmo 200 Series Owner’s Manual
For the latest free software updates (excluding map data) throughout the
life of your Garmin products, visit the Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com.
© 2010 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
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Garmin Corporation
No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Sijhih, Taipei County, Taiwan
March 2010
Part Number 190-01144-00 Rev. B
Printed in Taiwan
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