Owner`s manual | Garmin 1695 GPS Receiver User Manual

nüLink! 1695
™
owner’s manual
01102436
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Model number: 01102436
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Getting Started..................... 1
About Your Device...................... 1
Using the Main Menu................. 1
About the Main Menu Toolbar..... 2
Setting Up Your Device.............. 2
Transportation Modes................. 4
Adjusting the Screen Brightness4
Locking the Screen..................... 5
Powering Off Your Device........... 5
Resetting Your Device................ 5
Adjusting the Volume.................. 5
Navigating the Screens.............. 5
Using the On-Screen
Keyboard.................................. 6
About Points of Interest.............. 6
Navigating Off Road................... 8
Taking a Detour.......................... 9
Stopping the Route..................... 9
Finding Locations.............. 10
Using the Go! Page...................11
Setting a Home Location.......... 12
Viewing a List of Recently
Found Locations.................... 14
Finding a Destination Using
Phone Book Listings.............. 14
Finding Fuel Prices................... 15
Checking Movie Times............. 15
Finding Local Events ............... 15
Finding Parking........................ 15
Finding an Intersection............. 16
About Favorites........................ 16
Planning a Trip......................... 17
Using the Map Buttons............. 19
Browsing the Map by Touching
the Screen.............................. 19
Sending Found Places to Your
Device.................................... 19
Simulating a Route to a
Location................................. 20
Entering Coordinates................ 20
Finding an Address................... 10
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About the Map Pages........ 21
Viewing the Map While
Navigating.............................. 21
Viewing Trip Information .......... 22
Viewing the Turn List ............... 22
Viewing the Next Turn.............. 23
Viewing the Junction View........ 23
Using the Pedestrian
Navigation Map...................... 24
About Traffic...................... 25
About the Traffic Icon............... 25
Traffic on Your Route................ 26
Viewing the Traffic Map............ 26
Searching for Traffic Delays..... 26
Disabling Traffic . ..................... 27
About Offers............................. 27
About nüLink! Services.... 28
Purchasing Additional nüLink!
Services................................. 28
Checking Your nüLink! Store
Account Status....................... 28
Renewing nüLink! Services...... 29
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Viewing myGarmin
Messages............................... 29
About Safety Cameras............. 29
About the Hands-Free
Features............................. 31
Pairing Using Your Phone
Settings.................................. 31
Receiving a Call ...................... 32
Using the Device During a
Call . ...................................... 33
Accessing the Phone Menu...... 33
About Ciao!™ ..................... 36
About Ciao! Networks............... 36
Enabling Ciao!.......................... 36
About the Ciao! Friend List....... 36
Updating Your Ciao! Status
Message................................ 37
Updating Your Ciao! Status
Message on Social
Networking Sites.................... 37
Changing Your Ciao!
Visibility.................................. 38
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Accepting or Declining a Ciao!
Invitation................................. 38
Inviting a Friend by Phone
Number.................................. 38
Inviting a Friend by E-mail
Address.................................. 39
Viewing a Friend’s Ciao!
Details.................................... 39
Viewing the Location of a
Friend..................................... 39
Removing a Friend................... 40
Disabling Ciao!......................... 40
Data Management.............. 41
Compatible File Types.............. 41
About Memory Cards............... 41
Connecting Your Device to Your
Computer............................... 42
Transferring Files to Your
Computer............................... 42
Deleting Files from Your
Device ................................... 43
Using the Tools.................. 44
Accessing the Device
Settings.................................. 44
Viewing Current Location
Information............................. 44
Using Help................................ 44
About ecoRoute™ ..................... 44
Using ecoRoute........................ 45
Viewing Weather
Information............................. 48
Viewing Flight Information........ 49
Using the Picture Viewer.......... 50
Using the Currency
Converter............................... 51
Using the World Clock ............. 51
Using the Calculator................. 52
Using the Unit Converter ......... 52
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Customizing the Device.... 53
System Settings....................... 53
Automobile Navigation
Settings.................................. 54
Changing the Map
Perspective............................ 55
Proximity Points Settings...... 55
Route Preferences................... 56
About trafficTrends™...................57
About myTrends™........................57
Pedestrian Navigation Settings58
Display Settings........................ 59
Language Settings................... 60
Restoring the Original Device
Settings.................................. 60
Mounting on Your
Dashboard............................. 64
Removing the Device and
Mount..................................... 65
nüMaps Guarantee™ ................ 66
nüMaps Lifetime™ .................... 66
Purchasing Additional Maps..... 66
About Extras............................. 66
Garmin Travel Guide................ 67
Contacting Garmin Product
Support.................................. 67
Registering Your Device........... 68
Updating the Software.............. 68
Specifications........................... 69
Troubleshooting........................ 70
Appendix............................ 61
Index................................... 72
About GPS Satellite Signals..... 61
Caring for Your Device ............ 61
Enabling Garmin Lock™............ 62
Calibrating the Screen.............. 63
Clearing User Data................... 64
Battery Information .................. 64
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nüLink! 1695 Owner’s Manual
Getting Started
Getting Started
About Your Device
Using the Main Menu
 Warning
See the Important Safety and Product
Information guide in the product
box for product warnings and other
important information.
➊
➋
➌
➍
➊
Power key
➋
microSD™ card slot
➌
Microphone
➍
Micro-USB connector
➊
➋
➌ ➍ ➎
• Touch ➊ to find a destination.
• Touch ➋ to view the map.
• Touch ➌ to make a call when
connected to a compatible mobile
phone.
See www.garmin.com/bluetooth
for more information.
• Touch ➍ to adjust the volume.
• Touch ➎ to use tools such as
settings, help, and weather.
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Getting Started
About the Main Menu
Toolbar
Icon
Description
GPS signal status. Touch
and hold to view satellite
information.
Bluetooth® technology status
(appears when connected to
a compatible device. Touch to
change Bluetooth settings).
Transportation mode
indicator. Touch to select a
transportation mode.
Current time. Touch to change
time settings.
Current temperature. Touch to
view weather information.
nüLink! services signal status.
Battery status.
Setting Up Your Device
When using the device for the first
time, complete these tasks.
1. Mount the device.
2. Charge the device (page 3).
3. Acquire satellites (page 4).
Mounting Your Device
 Warning
This product contains a lithium-ion
battery. To prevent the possibility of
personal injury or product damage
caused by battery exposure to
extreme heat, remove the device
from the vehicle when exiting or
store it out of direct sunlight.
NOTICE
Before mounting the device, see
the Important Safety and Product
Information guide for information
about laws pertaining to windshield
mounting.
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Getting Started
1. Remove the clear plastic from the
suction cup ➊.
2. Place the suction cup on the
windshield.
3. Flip the lever back toward the
windshield.
4. Plug the vehicle power cable ➋
into the back of the cradle.
5. Snap the cradle ➌ onto the
suction cup arm.
➊
8. Tilt your device back until it
snaps into place.
Charging Your Device
Charge your device for at least 4
hours before using it on battery
power.
Your device can be powered three
ways.
➌
➋
6. Plug the other end of the vehicle
power cable into a power outlet
in your vehicle.
7. Fit the bottom of your device into
the cradle.
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• Connect the vehicle power cable
to the mount while the device is
in the mount.
• Connect the USB cable.
• Connect an AC adapter (available
on some device models).
Getting Started
Acquiring Satellites
To navigate with your device, you
must acquire satellites.
1. Turn on your device.
2. If necessary, go outdoors to
an open area, away from tall
buildings and trees.
Acquiring satellite signals can take a
few minutes.
Transportation Modes
Automobile mode
Pedestrian mode
Your device offers several
transportation modes for navigation
methods. Routing is calculated
differently based on your
transportation mode. For example, in
Pedestrian mode with cityXplorer™
maps loaded, your device calculates
a route that uses a combination
of public transit options, such as
riding a bus or subway, and walking.
cityXplorer maps are not included
with your device.
Go to www.garmin.com to purchase
cityXplorer maps.
Changing Your
Transportation Mode
1. Touch the transportation mode
icon.
2. Touch a mode.
3. Touch Save.
Adjusting the Screen
Brightness
1. Press and quickly release the
Power key.
2. Touch and drag the scroll bar to
adjust screen brightness.
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Getting Started
Locking the Screen
Adjusting the Volume
1. Press and quickly release the
Power key.
2. Touch Lock Screen to prevent
accidental screen touches.
1. From the main menu, touch
Volume.
2. Use the slider bar to adjust the
volume.
Powering Off Your
Device
Muting the Audio
Touch Volume >
audio.
1. Press and quickly release the
Power key to view additional
options.
2. Touch Power Off to turn off your
device. You can also turn off the
device by holding the Power key
for two seconds.
Resetting Your Device
You can reset your device if it stops
functioning.
to mute all
Navigating the Screens
• Touch
to view more options.
• Touch and to see more
choices.
• Touch and hold and to
scroll faster.
• Touch and hold to quickly
return to the main menu.
Press and hold the Power key for
10 seconds.
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Getting Started
Using the On-Screen
Keyboard
About Points of Interest
• Touch a character on the
keyboard to enter a letter or
number.
• Touch
to add a space.
• Touch in the text field to move
the cursor.
• Touch to delete a character.
• Touch and hold to erase the
entire entry.
• Touch
to select the keyboard
language mode.
• Touch
to enter special
characters, such as punctuation
marks.
Finding a Point of Interest by
Category
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Points of Interest.
2. Touch a category.
3. If necessary, touch a subcategory.
Tip: To narrow the search, touch
, enter text, and touch Done.
A list of items near your current
location appears.
4. Touch an item.
NOTE: See “Customizing the
Device” to change the keyboard
layout (page 53).
The detailed maps loaded in your
device contain millions of points of
interest (POIs), such as restaurants,
hotels, and auto services.
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Getting Started
Finding a Point of Interest by
Spelling the Name
Local Search may not be available in
all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Points of Interest
> Local Search.
2. Enter all or part of the name.
3. Touch Done.
4. Select an option:
• Touch a Local Search result.
• Touch the Garmin tab to
search the Garmin map data
loaded on your device.
5. Touch an item.
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Finding Points of Interest in
Pedestrian Mode
While in Pedestrian mode in certain
cities, you may use cityXplorer maps
to navigate using public transit.
Go to www.garmin.com to purchase
cityXplorer maps.
1. Select Pedestrian transportation
mode (page 4).
2. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Points of Interest.
3. Touch a category.
4. If necessary, touch a subcategory.
5. Touch an item.
6. Select an option:
• Touch Drive to calculate a
route you will navigate by
driving.
• Touch Walk to calculate a
route you will navigate by
walking.
Getting Started
• Touch Public Transit (if
available) to calculate a route
that uses public transit and
walking.
7. Touch Go!.
Adding a Points to the Active
Route
1. While navigating a route, touch
to return to the main menu.
2. Touch Where To?.
3. Touch a category.
4. If necessary, touch a subcategory.
5. Touch a destination.
6. Touch Go! > Add to Current
Route to add the new destination
to the active route as a point of
interest, also called a via point.
Changing the Destination of
the Active Route
1. While navigating a route, touch
to return to the main menu.
2. Touch Where To?.
3. Search for the location.
4. Touch Go! > Start New Route.
Navigating Off Road
If you are not following roadways as
you navigate, use Off Road mode.
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation
> Automobile > nüRoute >
Calculation Mode.
2. Touch Off Road > Save.
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Getting Started
Taking a Detour
While navigating a route, you can
use detours to avoid obstacles ahead
of you, such as construction zones.
Stopping the Route
1. While navigating a route, touch
to return to the main menu.
2. Touch Stop.
1. While navigating a route, touch
to return to the main menu.
2. Touch Detour (or Recalculate in
Pedestrian mode).
If the route you are currently taking
is the only reasonable option, the
device might not calculate a detour.
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Finding Locations
Finding Locations
The Where To? menu provides
several different categories you
can use to search for locations. To
perform a simple search, see page 6.
Finding an Address
NOTE: Depending on the version of
the maps loaded on your device, the
button names and the order of steps
could be different from the steps
below.
NOTE: Not all map data
provides postal code searching.
7. Enter the number of the address.
8. Touch Done.
9. Enter the street name.
10.Touch Done.
11.If necessary, touch the street.
12.If necessary, touch the address.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Address.
2. If necessary, change the state,
country, or province.
3. Touch Spell City.
4. Enter the name of the city.
5. Touch Done.
6. If necessary, touch the city/postal
code.
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Finding Locations
Using the Go! Page
The Go! page opens when you select
a location.
➊ ➋
➌
➏
➎
➍
➐
• Touch ➊ to call the selected
location when your device is
connected to a phone, or to save
the location to your favorites.
• Touch ➋ to switch between 2-D
and 3-D view.
• Touch ➌ to rotate the view.
• Touch ➍ to view more
information for the location.
• Touch ➎ to zoom in and out.
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• Touch ➏ to return to the previous
page.
Touch and hold to return to the
main menu.
• Touch ➐ to create a turn-by-turn
route to this location.
Reporting an Incorrect Point
of Interest
When your search results contain
an outdated or incorrect point of
interest, you can remove the location
from future searches.
1. From the Go! page, touch the
information balloon.
> Report Error > Yes.
2. Touch
The location is removed from future
searches.
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Editing the Phone Number for
a Point of Interest
If your search results contain an
outdated or incorrect phone number
for a point of interest, you can edit
the phone number.
1. From the Go! page, touch the
information balloon.
2. Touch
> Edit Phone
Number.
3. Enter the phone number.
4. Touch Done.
The phone number updates on
your device.
Rating a Point of Interest
When available, you can view and
change the star rating for a point of
interest.
1. From the Go! page, touch the
information balloon.
If available, the star ratings for
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the point of interest appear to the
left of Go!.
2. Touch the stars to rate the point
of interest.
The star rating updates on your
device.
Setting a Home Location
You can set your home location for
the location you return to most often.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Go Home.
2. Select an option to set your home
location:
• Touch Enter My Address to
enter your home address.
• Touch Use My Current
Location to set your current
location as your home
location.
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Finding Locations
• Touch Recently Found to set
a recently found location as
your home location.
Going Home
Before you can navigate to home,
you must set a home location.
From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Go Home.
Resetting Your Home
Location
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? >
> Set Home
Location.
2. Touch an option to change your
address.
Editing Your Home Location
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Favorites > Home.
2. Touch Edit.
3. Enter your changes.
4. Touch Done.
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Searching for a Location in a
Different Area
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? >
> Near.
2. Touch a search area:
• Touch Where I Am Now to
search for places near your
current location.
• Touch A Different City to
search for places near the city
you enter.
• Touch A Recent Destination
to search near a recently
found location.
• Touch Favorite Destination
to search near a Favorite
destination.
• Touch My Current Route to
search for places along your
current route.
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• Touch My Destination to
search for places near your
current route destination.
Viewing a List of
Recently Found
Locations
Your device stores the last 50
locations you have found.
From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Recently Found.
Clearing the List of Recently
Found Locations
From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Recently Found >
> Yes.
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Finding a Destination
Using Phone Book
Listings
Phone book listings may not be
available in all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > White Pages.
2. Select an option:
• Touch By Name to search for
a listing using first and last
names.
• Touch By Phone Number
to search for a listing using a
phone number.
3. Enter a name or a phone number.
4. Touch Done.
5. If necessary, touch a listing in the
search results.
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Finding Locations
Finding Fuel Prices
Fuel prices may not be available in
all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Fuel Prices.
2. Touch
> Fuel Type.
3. Touch a fuel type.
4. Touch Save.
A list of fuel prices at nearby gas
stations appears.
5. Touch a gas station.
Checking Movie Times
Movie times may not be available in
all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Movie Times.
2. Touch
> Select Day.
3. Touch an upcoming day.
4. Touch Find By Movie Title or
Find by Theater Name.
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5. Touch a movie title or a theater
name.
Finding Local Events
Local events may not be available in
all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Local Events.
2. Touch
> Select Day.
3. Touch a category.
4. Touch an event.
Finding Parking
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Parking > Find
Parking.
2. Touch a parking location.
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Finding Your Last Parking
Spot
The device saves your parking spot
when you remove the device from
the mount while it is operating on
external power.
From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Parking > Last
Spot.
Finding an Intersection
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Intersection.
2. Select an option:
• Touch State or Country to
select a different country,
state, or province.
• Touch Spell City to enter the
name of a city.
• Touch Search All to search
all cities in the selected
country, state, or province.
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3. Enter the first street name.
4. Enter the second street name.
5. If necessary, touch an intersection
in the list.
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vorites
You can save places in your
Favorites so you can quickly find
them and create routes to them.
Your home location is also stored in
Favorites.
Saving Your Current Location
to Favorites
1. From the map page, touch the
vehicle icon.
2. Touch Save.
3. Enter a name.
4. Touch Done.
The location is saved in Favorites.
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Saving Locations to
Favorites
1. Search for the location (page 6).
2. From the Go! page, touch
>
Save > OK.
Finding Favorites
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To?.
2. If necessary, touch a category.
3. Touch a saved location.
Editing Favorites
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Favorites.
2. Touch a category.
3. Touch a favorite.
4. Touch the information balloon.
> Edit.
5. Touch
6. Select an option:
7. Edit the information.
8. Touch Done.
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Planning a Trip
You can use the Trip Planner to
create and save a trip with multiple
destinations.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Trip Planner.
2. Touch .
3. Touch Select Start Location.
4. Find a location for your starting
point.
5. Touch Select.
6. Touch to add additional
locations to your map.
7. Touch Next.
8. Enter a name for your trip.
9. Touch Done.
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Scheduling a Trip
Trip Planner allows you to set a
departure time and trip duration.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Trip Planner.
2. Touch a trip.
3. Touch a location.
4. Touch Departure Time (or
Arrival Time if the location is
not the first stop in the trip).
5. Touch a date and time.
6. Touch Save.
7. Touch Duration.
8. Select the amount of time you
will spend at the location.
9. Touch Save.
10.If necessary, repeat steps 2–7 for
each location.
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Navigating a Saved Trip
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Trip Planner.
2. Touch a trip.
3. Touch Go!.
Editing a Saved Trip
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Trip Planner.
2. Touch a trip.
3. Touch .
4. Select an option:
• Touch Edit Destinations to
add or delete locations.
• Touch Optimize Order to
arrange your trip locations in
the most-efficient order.
• Touch Delete Trip to delete
the entire trip.
• Touch Rename Trip to edit
the trip name.
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Finding Locations
Using the Map Buttons
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Browse Map.
2. Touch anywhere on the map.
• Touch
and
to zoom in
and out.
• Touch
to switch between
2-D and 3-D views.
• Touch
to rotate the view.
Browsing the Map by
Touching the Screen
From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Browse Map.
• Touch an area on the map to
select a location.
An information balloon
appears next to the location.
• Touch and drag the map to
view different parts of the
map.
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• Tap the map twice to zoom in
and center on a location.
Finding a Location Using the
Map
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Browse Map.
2. Touch a location.
An information balloon appears
next to the location.
3. Touch the information balloon.
4. Touch Go!.
Sending Found Places
to Your Device
You can send locations to your
device from various online sources,
including http://connect.garmin.com.
1. Find a location on a supported
Web site.
2. Follow instructions on the Web
site to send the location to your
myGarmin™ account.
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3. Connect your device to your
computer using a USB cable
(page 42) to manually transfer
locations to your device.
Locations sent to your myGarmin
account are transferred automatically
to Favorites (page 16) on your device
through nüLink! services.
Simulating a Route to a
Location
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Settings > System > GPS
Simulator > On > Save.
2. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Browse Map.
3. Touch an area on the map.
4. Touch Go!.
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Entering Coordinates
If you know the geographic
coordinates of your destination, you
can use your device to navigate to
your destination using the latitude
and longitude coordinates. This
can be especially helpful when
geocaching.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Coordinates.
2. Touch Format to select the
correct coordinate format for the
type of map you are using.
3. Touch the coordinate you want to
adjust.
4. Enter the coordinates.
5. Touch Done.
6. Touch Next.
The coordinates are displayed on
a map.
7. Touch
> Set Location.
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About the Map Pages
About the Map
Pages
Viewing the Map While
Navigating
notice
In no event shall Garmin be liable
for any incidental, special, indirect,
or consequential damages, including,
without limitation, damages for any
traffic fines or citations, whether
resulting from the use, misuse,
or inability to use the product or
from defects in the product. Some
states do not allow the exclusion of
incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations may not
apply to you.
Your route is marked with a magenta
line. A checkered flag marks your
destination.
As you travel, your device guides
you to your destination with voice
prompts, arrows on the map, and
directions at the top of the map. If
you depart from the original route,
your device recalculates the route
and provides new directions.
A speed limit icon displaying the
current speed limit may appear as
you travel on major roadways.
➊
➍
➋
➌
➏ ➐
➑
➎
➒
• Touch ➊ to view the next turn or
junction view.
• Touch ➋ to view the turn list.
• Touch ➌ to zoom in and out.
• Touch ➍ to return to the main
menu.
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About the Map Pages
• Touch ➎ to change the data field.
• Touch ➏ to view information
about your current location.
• Touch ➐ and drag the map to
view a different area of the map.
• Touch ➑ to view trip
information.
• Touch ➒ to report a safety
camera.
Viewing Trip Information
The trip information page displays
your current speed and provides
statistics about your trip.
TIP: If you make frequent stops,
leave the device turned on so it can
accurately measure elapsed time
during the trip.
From the map, touch Speed.
Resetting Trip Information
1. From the map, touch Speed >
.
2. Select an option:
• Touch Reset Trip Data to
reset the trip information.
• Touch Reset Max. Speed to
reset the maximum speed.
• Touch Reset Trip B to reset
the odometer.
Viewing the Turn List
While navigating a route, you can
view all of the turns for your entire
route and the distance between turns.
1. While navigating a route, touch
the text bar on the top of the map.
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the turn indicator in the upper-left
corner to view the next turn.
Viewing the Junction
View
2. Select an option:
• Touch a turn on the list to
view the next turn.
• Touch
> Show Map to
view the entire route on the
map.
Viewing the Next Turn
On some device models, the junction
view displays a view of some
upcoming junctions and While
navigating a route which lane you
should be driving.
While navigating a route, touch
the turn indicator in the upper-left
corner to view the junction view.
Your next turn shows the turn on the
map along with the distance and time
left before you reach the turn.
While navigating a route, touch
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About the Map Pages
Using the Pedestrian
Navigation Map
➊
➋
➌
➎
➊
➍
➎
In Pedestrian mode, your route is
displayed on a two-dimensional map.
• Touch ➊ to view the next step in
the route.
• Touch ➋ to view all of the steps
in the route.
• Touch ➌ to center the map on
your current location
• Touch ➍ to zoom in and zoom
out.
• Touch ➎ to change the data field.
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Public Transit Options
If you have cityXplorer maps
installed, your device calculates a
route that uses a combination of
public transit options, such as riding
a bus or subway, and walking.
Go to www.garmin.com to purchase
cityXplorer maps.
The , , , , , , and
icons indicate the navigation method
for that section of the route. For
example, when you see , board a
bus at that point in the route.
The black dots on the map are public
transit stops along your route.
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About Traffic
About Traffic
notice
The speed limit icon feature is
for information only and does not
replace the driver’s responsibility to
abide by all posted speed limit signs
and to use safe driving judgment
at all times. Garmin will not be
responsible for any traffic fines or
citations that you may receive for
failing to follow all applicable traffic
laws and signs.
Traffic information may not be
available in all areas or countries.
About the Traffic Icon
When you are receiving traffic
information, a traffic icon
appears on the map. The traffic icon
changes color to indicate the severity
of traffic conditions on your route
or on the road you are currently
traveling.
Color Description
Green Low severity
Yellow
Medium
severity
Red
High severity
Gray
No data
Meaning
Traffic is
flowing
normally.
Traffic is
slightly
congested.
Traffic is
heavily
congested or
stopped.
Traffic data
has not
updated.
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About Traffic
Traffic on Your Route
When calculating your route, the
device 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 device
automatically recalculates the route.
You might still be routed through
traffic if no better alternative routes
exist.
Manually Avoiding Traffic on
Your Route
1. While navigating a route, touch
.
2. Touch Traffic On Route.
3. If necessary, touch the arrows to
view other traffic delays on your
route.
> Avoid.
4. Touch
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Viewing the Traffic Map
The traffic map shows color-coded
traffic flow and delays on nearby
roads.
1. From the map, touch .
2. Touch Traffic Map to view the
traffic incidents on a map.
Searching for Traffic
Delays
1. From the map, touch .
2. Touch Traffic Search to view a
list of traffic delays.
3. Touch an item in the list to view
delays on the road.
4. If there is more than one delay,
touch the arrows to view
additional delays.
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About Traffic
Disabling Traffic
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Settings > System > Position
Reporting > Off.
2. Touch Save.
About Offers
While you are receiving traffic
information, you will receive
location-relevant offers and coupons
with your traffic information. Adbased traffic is only available in
North America.
The traffic receiver must be
connected to external power and you
must be in a coverage area to receive
ad-based traffic information.
Viewing Offers
 CAUTION
Do not attempt to write down the
coupon codes while driving.
1. Touch an offer that appears
on the screen to search for the
nearest location related to that
offer.
2. If the offer shows an icon, touch
the icon on the Go! page to
receive a coupon code.
3. Write down this code and present
it when you arrive at the location.
Viewing a List of Offers
Received.
Touch Tools > Offers to view a
list of offers you have received.
Disabling Offers
You must disable traffic in order to
disable offers.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Settings > System > Position
Reporting > Off.
2. Touch Save.
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About nüLink! Services
About nüLink!
Services
nüLink! services may not be
available in all areas or countries.
Your device includes a basic nüLink!
subscription, which is activated
when you first turn on your device.
nüLink! services allow you to
receive current information on fuel
prices, flight times, and more.
To use these features, you must have
a current nüLink! subscription, and
your device must be receiving a
nüLink! signal.
See www.garmin.com/nulink for
more information.
Purchasing Additional
nüLink! Services
You can purchase premium nüLink!
services, such as real-time safety
cameras and weather radar.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> nüLink!™ Store.
2. Touch an option to view more
details.
3. Touch Upgrade to purchase
premium content.
Checking Your nüLink!
Store Account Status
You can check the status of your
nüLink! services subscription,
including the billing status of your
basic subscription and your premium
content.
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > nüLink!™ Store >
Account Status.
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2. Touch an item in the list to view
details.
Renewing nüLink!
Services
After your subscription ends, you
can renew your subscription to
continue receiving nüLink! services.
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > nüLink!™ Store >
>
Account Status.
2. Touch an item in the list.
3. Touch Renew.
4. Touch a purchase option:
5. Touch Purchase.
6. Enter your myGarmin password.
Viewing myGarmin
Messages
nüLink! services allow you to
receive messages from myGarmin.
If you have unread messages, the
number of unread messages appears
in a blue oval on the myGarmin icon.
myGarmin may not be available in
all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> myGarmin.
2. Touch a message.
About �Safety Cameras
For available locations, the device
includes the locations of hundreds
of safety cameras. Your device alerts
you when you are approaching a
safety camera and can warn you if
you are driving too fast.
You can purchase a new region
or extend an existing subscription
at any time. Each region that you
purchase has an expiration date.
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About nüLink! Services
Safety Camera Availability
Safety camera information may not
be available in all areas or countries.
Check http://my.garmin
.com for availability. Safety
camera information is not available
in Switzerland. Safety camera
information is disabled by default in
Germany and Austria.
Use of the safety camera database
may be a misdemeanor in certain
European countries. Prior to using or
enabling the safety camera database,
inquire about the legal situation and
possible legal consequences of using
this database in the countries in
which you intend to use it.
Garmin International and its affiliates
accept no liability for the use of this
safety camera database. Garmin
International and its affiliates do not
warrant or guarantee in any way as
to the accuracy or exhaustiveness of
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the safety camera database.
Reporting Safety Cameras
You can report safety cameras,
including red light cameras and radar
guns, as you encounter them.
From the map, touch >
Report Safety Camera.
NOTE: If does not appear,
you can touch the speed limit
icon to report safety cameras.
The location of the safety camera is
shared with other users.
Turning Off Safety Cameras
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools Settings > Navigation >
Automobile > Alerts.
2. Clear the Garmin Safety
Cameras check box.
3. Touch Save.
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About the Hands-Free Features
About the HandsFree Features
To use the hands-free features, you
must pair your phone and your
device. For more information, see
www.garmin.com/bluetooth.
Pairing Using Your
Phone Settings
Before you can pair and connect,
your phone and the device must be
turned on and within 33 ft. (10 m) of
each other.
1. Enable the Bluetooth component
on your phone.
2. On your device, touch
Tools > Settings > Bluetooth >
Bluetooth.
3. Touch Enabled > Save.
4. Touch Add Phone > OK.
5. Select your phone.
6. Touch OK.
7. Enter the device Bluetooth PIN
(1234) into your phone.
Pairing Using the Device
Settings
1. From the main menu of the
device, touch Tools > Settings >
Bluetooth > Phone > .
2. Enable the Bluetooth component
on your phone.
3. Enable Find Me/Discoverable/
Visible mode on your phone.
NOTE: This might be in a
menu called Settings, Bluetooth,
Connections, or Hands-free.
4. Touch OK on the device.
5. Select your phone from the list of
devices.
6. Touch OK on the device.
7. Enter the device Bluetooth PIN
(1234) in your phone.
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About the Hands-Free Features
About Paired Devices
• After the initial pairing, the
two devices can connect
automatically each time you turn
them on.
• You might have to set your
mobile phone to connect to the
device automatically when it is
turned on.
• When your phone is connected
to your device, you are ready to
make phone calls.
• When you turn on the device, it
attempts to connect to the last
phone to which it was connected.
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Calling a Number
Before you can call a number using
your device, you must pair your
phone and your device.
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Dial.
2. Enter the number.
3. Touch Dial.
Receiving a Call
When you receive a call, the
Incoming Call window appears.
• Touch Answer to answer the call.
• Touch Ignore to ignore the call.
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About the Hands-Free Features
Using the Device During
a Call
During a call, appears on the
map and Phone appears on the main
menu. Depending on the screen
shown on your device, the In Call
icon could look different.
1. On the map, touch .
2. Select an option:
• Touch Use Handset to turn
off the device but remain on
the call.
• Touch Keypad to view
a keypad page for using
automated systems such as
voice mail.
• Touch Mute to mute the
microphone.
• Touch End Call to end the
call.
Using Call Waiting
When you are on a call and you
receive a second call, the Incoming
Call screen appears.
1. Touch .
2. Touch Switch To.
3. When you are finished with the
call, touch End Call to hang up.
This does not disconnect the call
on hold.
Accessing the Phone
Menu
From the main menu, touch
Phone.
NOTE: Not all phones support
all features of the device Phone
menu.
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About the Hands-Free Features
About Your Phone Book
Each time your phone connects
with the device, the phone book is
automatically loaded into the device.
It can take a few minutes for the
phone book to be available. Phone
book transfer is not available on all
phones.
Using Your Phone Book
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Phone Book.
2. Touch the phone book entry
(contact) you want to call.
Dialing a Point of Interest
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Points of Interest.
2. Search for the point of interest
you want to call.
3. Touch Call or touch the phone
number.
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Dialing a Number
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Dial.
2. Enter the number.
3. Touch Dial.
Viewing Your Call History
Each time your phone connects
to the device, your call history is
automatically transferred to the
device. It may take a few minutes to
transfer this data to the device.
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Call History.
2. Touch a category.
The calls are listed in
chronological order. The mostrecent calls are at the top of the
list.
3. Touch an entry.
4. Touch Dial.
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About the Hands-Free Features
Entering Your Phone Number
You can enter the phone number you
want the device to call when you
touch Call Home.
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Call Home.
2. Touch Enter Phone Number.
3. Enter the phone number.
4. Touch Done > Yes.
The device dials your home
phone number.
Calling Home
From the main menu, touch
Phone > Call Home.
Placing Calls Using Voice
Dial
Before you can place calls by
speaking the name of the contact,
you may need to train your phone to
recognize your voice dial commands.
Refer to your phone instructions.
1. From the main menu, touch
Phone > Voice Dial.
2. Speak the contact name.
Checking the Phone Battery
Level and Signal Strength
From the main menu, touch
Phone > Phone Status.
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About Ciao!
About Ciao!™
Ciao! periodically sends your
location to our partner networks and
downloads the most-recent location
of your friends. This application only
submits your location when you tell
it to, unless you enable automatic
updates. See www.garmin.com
/nulink for more information.
Ciao! may not be available in all
areas or countries.
About Ciao! Networks
 CAUTION
Use caution when sharing your
location information with others.
Ciao! may support multiple locationbased social networks.
When you enable Ciao!, the network
or networks you will be registered
with appear in the terms of service.
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Enabling Ciao!
Before you can join Ciao!, you must
register your device (page 68).
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao! > Agree.
2. On your computer, go to the URL
that appears on the device screen,
and read the Terms of Service.
3. Touch Continue to accept the
Terms of Service.
About the Ciao! Friend
List
When you start Ciao!, the friend list
appears.
If you are receiving updates from a
friend, the distance and direction to
the friend appears on the right side of
the screen.
The status of a friend appears below
their name. If you are receiving
updates from a friend, their custom
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About Ciao!
status message appears. These
statuses may appear if you are not
receiving updates from a friend.
• Invited—You have invited this
friend, but he or she has not yet
accepted your invitation.
• Pending—This friend has
invited you, but you have not yet
accepted his or her invitation.
• Hidden—This friend has
temporarily disabled updates.
Updating Your Ciao!
Status Message
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao! > > Update.
2. Enter a status message with up to
255 characters.
3. Touch Done.
Updating Your Ciao!
Status Message on
Social Networking Sites
NOTE: You must set up and
configure your social networking
sites on myGarmin before you can
publish your status to them using
Ciao!.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao! > >
> Publishing
Settings.
2. Select the name of the social
networking site.
3. Touch Done.
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About Ciao!
Changing Your Ciao!
Visibility
You can choose whether to send
location updates to your Ciao!
friends by changing your visibility.
• From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao! > >
> Hide >
Yes.
Your friends will not be able to
view your location and status
information.
• Touch
> Show > Yes to make
your information visible again.
Accepting or Declining a
Ciao! Invitation
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao!.
2. Touch the friend who sent you
the invitation.
3. Touch Accept or Decline.
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Inviting a Friend by
Phone Number
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> > Invite by phone number.
2. Enter the name of the country
where your friend is located.
3. Touch a country.
4. Touch Save.
5. Enter a phone number in the
proper format for the country you
selected.
For example, for the United
States, enter a ten-digit phone
number, including the area code.
6. Touch Done.
7. Touch Send Invite.
The friend you invited appears in
your friends list. Your friend must
accept your invitation before you
can view your friend’s location.
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About Ciao!
Inviting a Friend by
E-mail Address
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao! > > Invite by E-mail
address.
2. Enter the e-mail address that your
friend has registered with Ciao!.
3. Touch Done.
The friend you invited appears in
your friends list. Your friend must
accept your invitation before you
can view your friend’s location.
Viewing a Friend’s Ciao!
Details
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao!. The friends list appears.
2. Touch a friend in the list.
Viewing the Location of
a Friend
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao!.
2. Touch a friend in the list.
3. Select an option:
• Touch
> View Map to
view your friend’s location on
the map.
• Touch
> Save to save
your friend’s location as a
favorite.
• Touch Go! start a route to
your friend’s location.
• Touch Call to call your friend
on a connected mobile phone
(page 31).
• If the GPS simulator is
enabled, touch Set Location
to set your friend’s location as
your current location.
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About Ciao!
Removing a Friend
To stop sharing location information
with a friend, you can remove that
friend from Ciao!.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao!.
2. Touch a friend in the list.
3. Touch
> Remove.
4. Touch Yes.
Disabling Ciao!
You can disable the Ciao! service on
your device if you no longer want
to use it.
NOTICE
If you disable Ciao!, you will be
unregistered from Ciao! and our
partner networks, and all Ciao!
friends and Ciao! data will be
removed from your device.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Ciao! > .
2. Touch
> Disable Ciao! > Yes.
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Data Management
Data Management
You can store files, such as JPEG
image files, on your device. The
device has a memory card slot for
additional data storage.
NOTE: The device is not compatible
with Windows® 95, 98, Me,
Windows NT®, and Mac® OS 10.3
and earlier.
Compatible File Types
The device supports multiple file
types.
• .jpg image files.
• Maps and .gpx waypoint files
from MapSource® (page 66).
• .gpi custom POI files from
Garmin POI Loader (page 66).
About Memory Cards
You can purchase memory cards
from an electronics supplier, or
purchase preloaded MapSource
detailed map data cards from your
Garmin dealer. In addition to map
and data storage, the memory card
can be used to store files such as
maps, images, geocaches, routes,
waypoints, and custom POIs.
Installing a Memory Card
1. Insert a memory card into the
slot.
2. Press it in until it clicks.
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Data Management
Connecting Your Device
to Your Computer
1. Connect the larger end of the
USB cable to a USB port on your
computer.
2. Connect the micro-USB
connector to the device.
The myGarmin Agent™ appears.
This service monitors your
computer USB ports and allows
you to easily check for available
updates.
Two additional drives (volumes)
appear in the list of drives
on your computer. One is the
internal memory of the device.
The other is the memory card.
NOTE: Some computers with
multiple network drives may not
display your device drives. See
your operating system Help file
to learn how to map the drives.
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Transferring Files to
Your Computer
1. Connect your device to your
computer.
2. Browse your computer for the file
you want to copy.
3. Highlight the file.
4. Click Edit > Copy.
5. Open the “Garmin” or memory
card drive/volume.
6. Select Edit > Paste Item.
The file appears in the list of files
in the device memory or on the
memory card.
7. Repeat steps 1–6 to transfer
additional files.
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Data Management
Deleting Files from Your
Device
Notice
If you do not know the purpose of
a file, do not delete it. Your device
memory contains important system
files that should not be deleted. Be
especially cautious of folders entitled
“Garmin.”
Disconnecting the USB Cable
1. Complete an action:
• For Windows computers,
click
in your system tray.
• For Mac computers, drag the
volume icon into the Trash
.
2. Disconnect the cable from your
computer.
1. Connect your device to your
computer (page 42).
2. Open the “Garmin” drive or
volume.
3. If necessary, open a folder or
volume.
4. Select a file.
5. Press the Delete key on your
keyboard.
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Using the Tools
Using the Tools
Accessing the Device
Settings
For information about the settings,
see pages 53–60.
Viewing Current
Location Information
Use the Where Am I? page to view
information about your current
location. This feature is helpful if
you need to tell emergency personnel
your location.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Where Am I?.
2. Touch Hospitals, Police
Stations, or Fuel to view the
nearest locations in that category.
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Using Help
From the main menu, touch
Tools > Help to get information
about using your device.
Searching Help Topics
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Help > .
2. Enter a search term.
3. Touch Done.
About ecoRoute™
The ecoRoute feature calculates
your vehicle fuel economy, carbon
footprint, and the fuel price of
navigating to a destination, and
offers tools for improving fuel
efficiency.
The data provided by the ecoRoute
feature are estimates only. The
data is not actually read from your
vehicle. To receive more-accurate
fuel reports for your specific vehicle
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Using the Tools
and driving habits, calibrate the fuel
economy (page 45).
Using ecoRoute
The first time you use the ecoRoute
features, you must enter vehicle
information.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute.
2. If necessary, enter fuel and
mileage information.
3. Touch Done.
Calibrating the Fuel Economy
Calibrate the fuel economy to receive
more accurate fuel reports for your
specific vehicle and driving habits.
Calibrate when you fill up your fuel
tank.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute > At the Pump.
2. Enter the current fuel price.
3. Enter how much fuel your
vehicle has used since the last fill
up.
4. Enter the distance you have
traveled since the last fill up.
5. Touch Next.
The device calculates your
average fuel economy.
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Using the Tools
About ecoChallenge
ecoChallenge helps you maximize
your fuel economy by scoring your
driving habits. The higher your
ecoChallenge scores, the more fuel
you save. ecoChallenge collects data
and calculates a score whenever your
device is moving and in Automobile
transportation mode.
Viewing Your ecoChallenge
Scores
From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute > ecoChallenge.
About Your ecoChallenge
Score
The leaf color on the ecoChallenge
icon changes depending on your
performance in the challenge.
Overall—displays an average of
the speed, acceleration, and braking
score.
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Speed—displays your score for
driving at the optimal speed for
conserving fuel (45-60 mph for most
vehicles).
Acceleration—displays your
score for smooth and gradual
acceleration. You lose points for
rapid acceleration.
Braking—displays your score for
smooth and gradual braking. You
lose points for hard braking.
Removing the ecoChallenge
Score From the Map
1. From the map, touch >
>
Settings > Hide.
2. Touch Save.
Resetting ecoChallenge
1. From the map, touch >
Reset.
2. Touch Yes.
>
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Using the Tools
Viewing Fuel Economy
Information
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute > Fuel Economy.
2. Touch a section of the graph to
zoom in.
Resetting Your Vehicle Profile
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute > Vehicle Profile.
2. Touch
> Reset.
3. Touch Yes.
Viewing the Mileage Report
Mileage reports provide the distance,
the time, the average fuel economy,
and the fuel cost of navigating to a
destination.
You can view up to 20 mileage
reports on your device. You can also
access mileage reports in the Reports
folder on your device drive/volume.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute > Mileage Report.
2. Touch a report.
Resetting ecoRoute Data
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> ecoRoute.
2. Touch the category you want to
reset.
3. Touch Reset.
A mileage report is created for every
route that you drive. If you stop
a route on your device, a mileage
report is created for the distance you
traveled.
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Using the Tools
Viewing Weather
Information
 CAUTION
The weather information provided
through this product is subject
to service interruptions and may
contain errors, inaccuracies,
or outdated information, and
consequently should not be relied
upon exclusively. Always use
common sense while driving or
navigating, and check alternate
weather information sources prior
to making safety-related decisions.
By purchasing, you acknowledge
and agree that you shall be solely
responsible for use of the weather
information and all decisions made
with respect to driving or navigating
in unsafe weather conditions.
Weather information may not be
available in all areas or countries.
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1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Weather.
Weather data for your current
location appears.
You can also view the weather by
touching the current temperature
icon in the status bar at the top of
the main menu.
2. Touch a day in the forecast to
view weather information for that
day.
Viewing Weather for a
Different Location
From the main menu, touch Tools
> Weather.
• Touch Current Location to
change your current location.
• Touch Current Location >
Add City to view weather
information for a different
location.
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Using the Tools
• Touch
> Favorite Cities
to view weather information
for cities you have added.
current location. For example,
the weather icon changes to
if
rain is near your current location.
Viewing the Weather Radar
The weather radar service is
available through your nüLink!
subscription as premium content. For
more information about purchasing
nüLink! subscriptions, see page 28.
About Weather Alerts
Weather alerts are available through
your nüLink! subscription as
premium content. Weather alerts
appear on the map to warn you of
severe weather conditions.
You can view a weather map that
displays precipitation (if any) near a
location.
For more information about
purchasing nüLink! subscriptions,
see page 28.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Weather.
2. Touch
> Weather Radar.
TIP: The weather radar icon
( ) may appear on the map
page. The weather icon changes
to notify you when inclement
weather (rain, snow, rain/snow
mix, high winds, hail, or
thunderstorms) is near your
Viewing Flight
Information
Flight information may not be
available in all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Flight Status.
2. Touch a nearby airport.
3. Select an option to find a flight:
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Using the Tools
• Touch Check Flight Number
to search by flight number.
• Touch Search Arrivals to
search by arrival.
• Touch Search Departures to
search by departure.
4. Touch a flight.
5. If your flight has multiple
connections, touch Next Leg to
check the next flight.
Using the Picture Viewer
View pictures that you have stored in
your device or on a memory card.
1. From the main menu, from
the main menu, touch Tools >
Picture Viewer.
2. Select an option:
• Touch the arrows to scroll
through the images.
• Touch a picture to view a
larger image of it.
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• Touch to view a slide show
of the pictures.
• Touch anywhere on the screen
to stop the slide show.
Showing a Picture at Startup
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Picture Viewer.
2. Touch a picture.
3. Touch
> Show at Startup.
4. Touch Yes.
5. Touch Save.
Deleting Pictures
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Picture Viewer.
2. Touch a picture.
3. Touch
> Delete.
4. Touch Yes.
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Using the Tools
Using Photo Navigation
You can navigate to photos that
include location information, called
geotags. Go to http://connect.garmin
.com/photos for more information.
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Favorites >
Photos.
2. Touch a photo.
3. Touch an option.
Using the Currency
Converter
Currency conversion rates update
automatically through your nüLink!
service (page 28).
NOTE: nüLink! services are not
available in all areas or countries.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Currency.
2. Touch a currency button to
change the currency.
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3. Touch a currency.
4. Touch Save.
5. Touch the amount next to the
currency you want to convert.
6. Touch Done.
Using the World Clock
The World Clock displays the time
at your current location and at three
selected cities.
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> World Clock.
2. Touch one of the cities to change
a listed city.
3. Enter a city name.
4. Touch Done.
5. If necessary, select the correct
city.
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Using the Tools
Viewing the World Map
Touch to view the world map.
Nighttime hours are shown in the
shaded area.
Using the Calculator
Touch Tools > Calculator.
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Using the Unit Converter
1. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Unit Converter.
2. Touch the button next to
Convert.
3. Touch a type of measurement.
4. Touch Save.
5. Touch a unit of measure that you
want to change.
6. Touch a unit of measure.
7. Touch OK.
8. Touch the number field.
9. Enter a value.
10. Touch Done.
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Customizing the Device
Customizing the
Device
1. Touch Tools > Settings.
•
•
2. Touch the setting you want to
change.
System Settings
•
From the main menu, touch Tools >
Settings > System.
• GPS Simulator—stops the
device from receiving a GPS
signal, and saves battery power.
• Units—allows you to change the
units of measure to kilometers or
miles.
• Time Format—allows you to
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•
select a 12-hour, 24-hour, or UTC
display time.
Current Time—allows you to
manually change the time.
Position Reporting—sends
your position data to Garmin to
improve the quality of received
content.
NOTE: If you turn off position
reporting, you will not receive
traffic information.
Safe Mode—disables all
functions that require significant
operator attention and could
become a distraction while
driving.
Garmin Lock—locks the device
(page 62).
About—displays the device
software version number, unit
ID number, and information on
several other software features.
You need this information when
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Customizing the Device
you update the system software
or purchase additional map data
(pages 66).
• End User License
Agreements—displays
the device end user license
agreements.
Automobile Navigation
Settings
From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation >
Automobile.
• nüRoute™—(page 56)
• Map Detail—sets the level
of detail on the map. More
detail may result in slower map
drawing.
• Map View—sets the perspective
on the map page.
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• Map Theme—changes the color
of the map data.
• Map Data Layout—changes
the amount of data visible on the
map.
• Vehicle—changes the icon used
to display your position on the
map. Go to www.garmingarage
.com for more icons.
• Trip Log:
◦ Show on Map—displays the
path of your travels on the
map.
◦ Clear Trip Log—clears the
trip log.
• Proximity Points— changes the
proximity points setting.
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Customizing the Device
Changing the Map
Perspective
1. From the main menu, touch
Settings > Navigation >
Automobile > Map View.
2. Select an option:
• Touch Track Up to display the
map in two dimensions (2-D)
with your direction of travel at
the top.
• Touch North Up to display the
map in 2-D with North at the top.
• Touch 3–D to display the map in
three dimensions (3-D) in Track
Up.
3. Touch Save.
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Proximity Points
Settings
This option is visible only if you
have proximity points or safety
cameras loaded on your device.
Proximity points include custom
POIs and safety camera databases.
Go to www.garmin.com
/extras for more information.
Touch Tools > Settings >
Navigation > Automobile >
Proximity Points.
• Alerts—enables or disables
alerts that sound as you approach
proximity points.
• Audio—sets the type of alerts
that sounds as you approach
proximity points.
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Customizing the Device
Route Preferences
The route calculation is based on
road speeds and vehicle acceleration
data for a given route.
• Off Road—calculates point-topoint routes (without regard to
roads).
From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation
> Automobile > nüRoute >
Calculation Mode.
Using Prompted Route
Calculation
Prompted route calculation creates
routes in multiple modes, and allows
you to select the mode you want.
• Faster Time—calculates routes
that are faster to drive but could
be longer in distance.
• Shorter Distance—calculates
routes that are shorter in distance
but could take more time to drive.
• Less Fuel—calculates routes
that could use less fuel than other
routes.
• Prompted—calculates the Faster
Time, Shorter Distance, and Less
Fuel routes and allows you to
view them all on the map prior to
selecting the route.
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation >
Automobile > nüRoute.
2. Touch Calculation Mode >
Prompted > Save.
When you start a route, your
device calculates the route using
Faster Time, Shorter Distance,
and Less Fuel calculation modes.
A preview of each route type
appears on the screen.
3. Use the arrows to select a route
type.
4. Touch Go!.
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Customizing the Device
Avoiding Road Features
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation
> Automobile > nüRoute >
Avoidances.
2. Touch the road features to avoid
on your routes.
3. Touch Save.
About trafficTrends
™
When the trafficTrends feature is
enabled, your device uses historic
traffic information to calculate moreefficient routes. Different routes may
be calculated based on traffic trends
for the day of the week or based on
the time of day.
The historic traffic information
used by trafficTrends is uploaded
to Garmin when you connect your
device to myGarmin using your
computer. Go to http://my.garmin
.com for more information.
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Enabling trafficTrends
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation
> Automobile > nüRoute >
trafficTrends.
2. Touch Enabled.
3. Touch Save.
About myTrends™
When you enable myTrends,
estimated travel times and traffic
information for your frequent
destinations appear in the navigation
bar at the top of the map.
To activate myTrends information,
you must add your frequent
destinations to Favorites.
After you have completed routes
to your frequent destinations on
multiple occasions, myTrends
information appears in the navigation
bar.
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Enabling myTrends
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation
> Automobile > nüRoute >
myTrends.
2. Touch Enabled.
3. Touch Save.
• Limit Walking—controls how
much of a public transit route
will include walking.
• Public Transit—avoids selected
transit types.
• Trip Log—displays the path of
your travels on the map.
Creating a Route with
myTrends
1. When myTrends information
appears in the navigation bar,
touch the navigation bar to view a
route summary for the suggested
destination.
2. Touch Go! to start a route to that
destination.
Avoiding Transit Types
Transit types are only available when
cityXplorer maps are loaded.
Pedestrian Navigation
Settings
From the main menu, touch Tools >
Settings > Navigation > Pedestrian.
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Go to www.garmin.com to purchase
cityXplorer maps.
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation >
Pedestrian > Public Transit.
2. Touch the transit type to avoid on
your routes.
3. Touch Save.
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Customizing the Device
Display Settings
From the main menu, touch Tools >
Settings > Display.
• Color Mode—sets a light
background (Day), a dark
background (Night), or
automatically switches between
the two based on the sunrise
time and the sunset time for your
current location (Auto).
• Brightness—changes the
brightness of the screen.
Decreasing the brightness can
save battery power.
• Display Timeout—sets how the
screen automatically shuts off
if the device is inactive for the
selected length of time.
• Screenshot—allows you to take
a picture of the device screen.
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Taking Screenshots
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools > Settings > Display >
Screenshot.
2. Touch Enabled.
3. Touch Save.
4. Touch the camera icon in the
upper-right corner of the screen
to save an image of the content
on the screen.
The picture bitmap file is saved in
the screenshots folder on the device
drive (page 42).
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Customizing the Device
Language Settings
From the main menu, touch Tools >
Settings > Language.
• Voice Language—sets the
language for voice prompts.
• Text Language—sets all
on-screen text to the selected
language.
NOTE: Changing the text
language does not change the
language of user-entered data or
map data, such as street names.
• Keyboard Language—sets the
language for your keyboard.
• Keyboard Layout�—sets the
keyboard layout.
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Restoring the Original
Device Settings
1. From the main menu, touch
Tools.
2. Touch a setting.
3. Touch
> Restore.
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About GPS Satellite
Signals
The
icon in the upper-left
corner of the status bar indicates the
GPS signal strength. When at least
one of the lines is green, your device
has acquired satellite signals.
The more green lines, the stronger
the GPS signal. If the device is
not receiving GPS signals, a red x
appears.
For troubleshooting information
about acquiring satellites, see
page 70.
For more information about GPS, go
to www.garmin.com/aboutGPS.
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Viewing Detailed GPS Signal
Information
1. From the application tray, touch
Where Am I?.
2. Touch the information balloon.
3. Touch
> Satellite Info.
Caring for Your Device
• Avoid dropping your device and
operating it in high-shock and
high-vibration environments.
• Do not expose the device to
water. Contact with water can
cause this device to malfunction.
• Do not store the device where
prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can occur, because
it can cause permanent damage.
• Never use a hard or sharp object
to operate the touchscreen, or
damage may result.
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Cleaning the Unit
The device is constructed of highquality materials and does not
require user maintenance other than
cleaning.
• Clean the outer casing of the
unit (not the touchscreen) using
a cloth dampened with a mild
detergent solution, and then wipe
it dry.
• Avoid chemical cleaners and
solvents that can damage plastic
components.
Cleaning the Touchscreen
1. Apply water, isopropyl alcohol,
or eyeglass cleaner to a soft,
clean, lint-free cloth.
2. Gently wipe the touchscreen.
Avoiding Theft
• Remove the device and mount
from sight when not in use.
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• Do not keep your unit in the
glove compartment.
• Remove the residue on the
windshield left by the suction
cup.
• Register your product at
http://my.garmin.com.
• Use the Garmin Lock feature.
Enabling Garmin Lock™
If you forget your PIN and your
security location, you must send your
device to Garmin to get it unlocked.
You must also send a valid product
registration or proof of purchase.
1. Go to your security location.
Ensure your device is receiving
satellite signals.
2. From the main menu, touch Tools
> Settings > System > Garmin
Lock > Lock Device.
3. Touch Enabled.
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4. Touch Save.
5. Enter a four-digit PIN.
6. Touch Done.
Each time you turn on the device,
you must enter the PIN or drive to
the security location.
Retrieving Your PIN
If you forget your PIN and your
security location, you must send your
device to Garmin to get it unlocked.
You must also send a valid product
registration or proof of purchase.
Calibrating the Screen
If the touchscreen is not responding
properly, calibrate the touchscreen.
1. Turn off the device.
2. Press and hold the upper-left
corner of the screen.
3. Turn on the device.
4. Continue pressing the upper-left
corner of the screen for about
30 seconds, until the calibration
page appears.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
About the Security Location
Your security location should be a
location you return to often, such as
your home. If the device has satellite
signals and you are at the security
location, you do not need to enter
the PIN.
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Clearing User Data
Notice
This deletes all user-entered
information.
1. Hold your finger on the lowerright corner of the device screen
while turning on the device.
2. Keep your finger pressed until a
message appears.
3. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
All original settings are restored.
Battery Information
in the status bar indicates the
status of the internal battery.
Fully discharge the battery and
then fully charge it to increase the
accuracy of the battery gauge.
Do not unplug the device until it is
totally charged.
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Maximizing the Battery Life
• From the application tray, touch
Settings > Display > Brightness
to turn down the backlight.
• From the application tray, touch
Settings > Display > Screen
Timeout to reduce the timeout
length.
• Do not leave your device in direct
sunlight.
• Avoid prolonged exposure to
excessive heat.
Mounting on Your
Dashboard
Notice
The permanent mounting adhesive
is extremely difficult to remove after
it is installed.
A mounting disk is included in some
device packages. Use the mounting
disk to mount your device to the
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dashboard and comply with certain
state and local 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.
6. Flip the lever down (toward the
disk).
Removing the Cradle from
the Mount
1. Turn the cradle to the right or
left.
2. Apply pressure until the socket
on the cradle releases the ball on
the mount.
Removing the Suction Cup
Mount from the Windshield
1. Flip the lever on the suction cup
mount toward you.
2. Pull the tab on the suction cup
toward you.
Removing the Device
and Mount
Removing the Device from
the Cradle
1. Press up on the tab on the top of
the cradle.
2. Tilt the device forward.
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nüMaps Guarantee™
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.
nüMaps Lifetime™
For a one-time payment, you can
receive up to four map updates each
year for the life of your device. For
more information, go to
www.garmin.com, and click on
Maps.
Purchasing Additional
Maps
You can purchase maps of other
areas for your device.
1. Go to your device product page
on the Garmin Web site (www
.garmin.com).
2. Click the Maps tab.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
About Extras
You can download additional
content, such as custom POIs, from
www.garmin.com/extras.
Custom POIs are customized points
on the map. They can contain alerts
that let you know if you are near
a designated point or if you are
traveling faster than a specified
speed.
You can create or download custom
POI lists and install them on your
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device using POI loader software
available at www.garmin.com
/products/poiloader. See the
POI Loader help file for more
information.
Finding Extras
1. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Extras.
2. Touch a category.
Garmin Travel Guide
The Garmin Travel Guide provides
detailed information about places,
such as restaurants and hotels. To
purchase an accessory, go to
http://buy.garmin.com or contact
your Garmin dealer.
Using the Garmin Travel
Guide
1. Insert the memory card
containing the Garmin Travel
Guide into your device.
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2. From the main menu, touch
Where To? > Extras.
3. Touch the name of your travel
guide to open it.
Contacting Garmin
Product Support
You can contact Garmin Product
Support if you have any questions
about this product.
• In the USA, go to www.garmin
.com/support, or contact Garmin
USA by phone at (913) 397.8200.
• 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.
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Registering Your Device
Help us better support you by
completing our online registration
today.
• Go to http://my.garmin.com.
• Keep the original sales receipt, or
a photocopy, in a safe place.
Updating the Software
1. Connect the device to your
computer using the micro-USB
cable.
The AutoPlay menu opens.
2. Select an option:
• If you are using a PC,
double-click to open the
myGarmin Agent Web page.
• If you are on a Mac®
computer, go to www.garmin
.com/agent.
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• If the AutoPlay menu does not
open, go to www.garmin
.com/agent.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
After you have installed myGarmin
Agent, you will be prompted to open
myDashboard when you connect
your device to your computer.
myDashboard checks your device
for current software and provides
additional information about your
device.
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Specifications
Physical size (W × H ×D): 5.52 ×
3.45 × 0.74 in. (14.02 × 8.76 × 1.89
cm)
Weight: 8.17 oz. (231.6 g)
Display: 5.0 in. diagonal, 480 ×
272 pixels; 64K colors; bright
WQVGA TFT landscape
display; white backlight;
touchscreen
Case: Not waterproof (IPXO)
Operating temperature range:
From 32°F to 140°F (From 0°C
to 60°C)
Charging temperature range:
From 32°F to 113°F (From 0°C
to 45°C)
Data storage: Internal memory and
optional removable microSD
card. Data stored indefinitely.
Computer interface: USB 2.0 full
speed mass storage
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Charge time: Up to 4 hours
Power input: Vehicle power using
included vehicle power cable
or AC power using an optional
accessory
Usage: 7 Watts max.
Battery life: Up to 3 hours
Battery type: Non-user-replaceable,
rechargeable lithium-ion battery
GPS receiver: High-sensitivity with
HotFix™
Acquisition times*:
Warm: <1 second
Cold: <38 seconds
Factory Reset: <45 seconds
*Average acquisition times for a
stationary receiver with a clear view
of the sky.
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Troubleshooting
Problem/Question
My device never gets
satellite signals.
My device does not
charge in my vehicle.
My battery does not
stay charged for very
long.
How do I clear all of
my user data?
Solution/Answer
Ensure the GPS simulator is turned off.
1. From the main menu, touch Settings > System > General >
GPS Simulator > Off.
2. Take your device out of parking garages and away from tall
buildings and trees.
3. Remain stationary for several minutes.
Ensure the vehicle is turned on and is supplying power to the
power outlet.
Your device can only charge between 32° F and 113° F
(between 0° C and 45° C). If the device is placed in direct
sunlight or a hot environment, it cannot charge.
To maximize the time between charges, turn down the
backlight. Touch Tools > Settings > Display > Brightness.
1. Hold your finger on the lower-right corner of the device
screen while it is turning on.
2. Keep your finger pressed until the message appears.
3. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
My battery gauge does Allow the unit to fully discharge, and fully charge it (without
not seem accurate.
interrupting the charge cycle).
The touchscreen is
Calibrate the touchscreen as described on page 63.
not responding to my
touches.
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Problem/Question
How do I know my
device is in USB mass
storage mode?
My computer never
senses that the device
is connected.
I cannot see any new
removable drives in
my list of drives.
How can I find
restaurants near the
hotel I will be staying
at in the future?
Solution/Answer
When your device is in USB mass storage mode, a picture of a
device connected to a computer is shown. Also, you should see
two new removable disk drives listed in My Computer.
1. Unplug the USB cable from your computer.
2. Turn off the device.
3. Plug the USB cable into a USB port on your computer and
into your device. The device automatically turns on and
goes into USB mass storage mode.
If you have several network drives mapped on your computer,
Windows can have trouble assigning drive letters to your device
drives. See your operating system Help file to learn how to map
or assign drive letters. Ensure your device is connected to a
USB port and not to a USB hub.
From the main menu, touch Where To? >
> Near.
Touch A Favorite Destination.
Touch a destination.
Touch Points of Interest > Food and Drink.
Touch a category. Your device searches for locations near
the hotel.
6. Touch a restaurant.
My phone will not
• From the main menu, touch Tools > Settings > Bluetooth.
connect to the device.
Verify that the Bluetooth field is set to Enabled.
• Ensure your phone is turned on and is less than 33 feet
(about 10 meters) away from your device. See www.garmin
.com/bluetooth for more help.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Index
Index
Symbols
2-D, 3-D map view 55
A
additional maps 66
address
white pages 10
alerts
safety camera 29
audio version 53
avoiding
road types 57
B
background color 59
battery 64
Bluetooth
technology 31–35
pairing with
phone 31
brightness 4
browsing the map 19
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C
calculator 52
call
answering 32
call waiting 33
history 34
home 35
caring for your device 61
charging your device 3
Ciao!
decline invite 38
enable 36
hide location 38
invite by e-mail
address 39
invite by phone
number 38
remove a friend 40
status 37
view friends 39
city maps 4, 7, 24, 58
cityXplorer maps 7
clearing recently found
locations 14
computer, connecting 42
converting
currency 51
units 52
coordinates 20
currency converter 51
current location, save 16
customizing the
device 53–59
custom POIs 66
D
data management 41
deleting
character 6
trips 18
detour 9
device
charging 3
cleaning 62
mounting 64
resetting 5
diacritical characters 6
display settings 59
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E
ecoRoute 44
calibrate fuel
economy 45
ecoChallenge
score 46
mileage report 47
editing
destinations 18
saved trips 18
editing a phone
number 12
extras 66–67
F
Favorites 16, 17
files
deleting 43
supported types 41
finding an intersection 16
finding locations
using the map 19
finding parking 15
finding points of interest
by address 10
by category 6
by coordinates 20
by postal code 10
by spelling the
name 7, 13
in pedestrian mode 7
recent selections 14
saved places
(Favorites) 17
finding your parking
spot 16
flight information,
viewing 49
fuel economy
information 47
fuel prices 15
G
Garmin Travel Guide 67
gas prices 15
geocaching 20
Go! page 11
go home 13
GPS
about GPS 61
off/on 53
H
Help 44
home
setting a location 12
J
JPEG image files 41
Junction View 23
K
keyboard 6
language mode 6, 60
layout 60
kilometers 53
L
language settings 60
latitude 20
lithium-ion
battery 64, 69
local events 15
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Index
lock
the screen 5
longitude 20
M
map
adding 66
detail level 54
pedestrian 24
viewing 54
maps
browsing 19
zooming 19
MapSource 41, 66
measurements,
converting 52
memory cards 41
installing 41
mileage report 47
miles 53
mounting
on dashboard 64
removing from
mount 65
movie times 15
74
mute
audio 5
myGarmin Agent 42
myGarmin messages 29
myTrends 57
N
navigation 21
off road 8
settings 54
next turn 23
nüLink! services 28
account status 28
Ciao! 36
currency converter 51
Flight Status 49
fuel prices 15
local events 15
movie times 15
myGarmin 29
weather 48
white pages 14
nüMaps Guarantee 66
nüRoute 56
O
off-road navigation 8
offers 27
off road, routing 56
on-screen keyboard 6
output, audio 5
P
pairing a mobile phone 31
parking 15
pedestrian navigation
mode
avoiding transit
types 58
finding points of
interest 7
settings 58
phone book 34
picture viewer 50
PIN
Bluetooth 31
points of interest
POI loader 41
POI rating 12
position icon 54
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Index
prompted, routing 56
public transit
city maps 7, 24, 58
options 24
routes
off road 8, 56
prompted 56
stopping 9
R
rating a POI 12
recalculating routes 9
recently found
locations 14
registering 62
removing from the
cradle 65
removing the mount 65
removing the suction
cup 65
renaming trips 18
reporting map errors 11
resetting
the max speed 22
trip data 22
your device 5
S
safety cameras 29
availability 30
reporting 30
turning off 30
saving
places you find 17
your current
location 16
screen
brightness 59
screen shots 59
searching a different
area 13
security
location 63
send to GPS 19
settings 53–60
simulating a route 53
software
updating 68
version 53
specifications 69
speed limit icon 21
startup picture 50
storing the device 61
supported file types 41
system settings 53
T
text language 60
theft, ways to avoid 62
time zone 53
tools 44–49
touchscreen
calibrating 63
cleaning 62
Track Up 55
traffic 25–27
trafficTrends 57
transferring files 42
transportation mode 4
trip information 22
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Index
trip planner 17
saved trips 18
scheduling 18
turn list 22
U
unit converter 52
unit ID 53
upcoming events 15
updating
maps 66
software 68
user data, delete 64
Where Am I? 44
Where To? 10–20
world clock 51
Z
zoom 19
V
vehicle icon 54
vehicle profile 47
voice dial 35
voice language 60
voice mail 33
volume 5
W
weather
different location 48
radar 49
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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.
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© 2010 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
Liberty House, Hounsdown Business Park, Southampton, Hampshire, SO40 9LR UK
Garmin Corporation
No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Sijhih, Taipei County, Taiwan
www.garmin.com
July 2010
Part Number 190-01200-00 Rev. A
Printed in Taiwan
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