Garmin 2206, 2210 GPS Receiver User Manual

Owner’s Manual
Nissan Portable
Navigation
personal travel assistant
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Preface
Preface
Thank you for purchasing the Nissan
Portable Navigation Device (PND).
Manual Conventions
When you are instructed to “touch”
something, use your finger to touch an
item on the screen.
The small arrows (>) used in the text
indicate that you should touch a series
of items. For example, if you see
“touch Where to > Favorites” you
should touch Where to, and then touch
Favorites.
PND Tips and Shortcuts
• To quickly return to the Menu
page, touch and hold Back.
• Touch
and
to see more
choices. Touch and hold to scroll
faster.
myGarmin™
Go to http://my.garmin.com to access the
latest services for your Garmin products:
• Register your Garmin unit.
• Subscribe to online services for
safety camera information (see
page 35).
• Unlock optional maps.
Contact Garmin
Contact Garmin if you have any
questions while using your PND. In
the USA, contact Garmin Product
Support by phone: (866) 559-0076,
Monday–Friday, 8 AM–5 PM Central
Time; or go to www.garmin.com/
support.
In Europe, contact Garmin (Europe)
Ltd. at +44 (0) 870.8501241 (outside
the UK) or 0808 2380000 (within the
UK).
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Preface
Table of Contents
Preface.............................................i
Manual Conventions...........................i
PND Tips and Shortcuts.....................i
myGarmin™ . ......................................i
Contact Garmin..................................i
Getting Started................................1
What’s in the Box?............................1
Your PND Unit...................................1
Step 1: Mount the PND.....................2
Step 2: Configure the PND................3
Step 3: Acquire Satellites..................3
Step 4: Use the PND.........................3
Finding Your Destination...................4
Following Your Route........................5
Adding a Via Point.............................5
Taking a Detour.................................6
Stopping the Route............................6
Adjusting the Volume.........................6
Locking the Screen............................6
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Where To.........................................7
Go Page Options...............................7
Finding an Address............................7
Finding an Authorized Nissan or
Infiniti Dealership..........................8
Finding a Place by Spelling the
Name . .........................................8
Finding Recently Found Places.........9
Favorites............................................9
Setting a Home Location.................10
Creating and Taking Routes............ 11
Finding a Place Using the Map.......12
Entering Coordinates.......................12
Searching Near Another Location...13
Walking to a Destination..................13
Navigating Off Road........................13
Using the Trip Log...........................13
Using the Main Pages..................14
Map Page........................................14
Trip Information Page......................15
Turn List Page.................................15
Next Turn Page...............................15
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Using the Media Players..............16
Playing Music..................................16
Listening to Audible Books..............18
Managing Files..............................19
Supported File Types......................19
Loading Files...................................19
Deleting Files .................................20
Using the Tools.............................21
Settings...........................................21
Where Am I......................................21
Help.................................................21
Media Player...................................21
Picture Viewer.................................21
Routes.............................................22
My Data...........................................22
World Clock ....................................22
Language Guide..............................22
Calculator .......................................24
Currency Converter.........................24
Unit Converter ................................25
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Playing Audio Through the
Vehicle’s Speakers.......................26
Manually Tuning the FM
Transmitter.................................26
Frequency Selection Tips................26
FM Transmitter Information.............27
Customizing the PND...................28
Changing the System Settings........28
Changing the Navigation Settings...28
Adjusting the Display Settings.........29
Updating the Time Settings.............29
Setting the Languages....................30
Changing the Map Settings.............30
Adding Security Settings.................31
Changing the Proximity Points
Settings......................................31
Adjusting the Volume Levels...........32
Restoring All Settings......................32
Clearing User Data..........................32
Appendix.......................................33
Ways to Charge Your PND..............33
Calibrating the Screen.....................33
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Resetting the PND...........................33
Locking Your PND...........................33
Additional Maps...............................34
Updating the Software.....................34
Extras and Optional Accessories.....34
Battery Information .........................37
About GPS Satellite Signals............38
Caring for Your PND . .....................38
Declaration of Conformity................39
Important Legal Notice Regarding
Your FM Transmitter...................40
Software License Agreement..........41
Nissan Warranty..............................41
Specifications..................................42
Troubleshooting...............................43
Index..............................................45
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Getting Started
Getting Started
What’s in the Box?
Nissan Portable Navigation Device
(PND).
AC wall charger to provide external
power.
USB cable to connect the PND to your
computer. Your PND connects to your
computer as a mass storage device.
Carrying case to protect your PND from
scratches and accidental screen taps.
WARNING: See the
Important Safety and Product
Information guide in the product box
for product warnings and other
important information.
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Your PND Unit
Power key:
slide to the left to turn the unit on/off;
slide to the right to lock the screen
Headphone/
audio out jack
(3.5 mm)
SD card
slot
GPS antenna
Mini-USB
connector
Speaker
External
Serial number GPS antenna
connector
Getting Started
Step 1: Mount the PND
1. Open the lid on the Type 1
mounting unit, or remove the base
cover on the Type 2 mounting unit.
Attach the arm assembly to the
Type 2 mounting unit.
Cradle
Lid
Speakers
(if equipped)
Release
Tab
Type 1 mounting unit
Base
Cover
Cradle
Release
Tab
Arm Assembly
Release Tab
Arm
Assembly
Base
Type 2 mounting unit
2. Fit the bottom of your PND into
the cradle.
Note: Install the base cover on
Type 2 units when the arm is not
in place for protection and look.
3. Tilt the PND back until it snaps
into place. Your unit automatically
turns on if your vehicle is running.
Cradle
Release
Tab
• You can adjust the PND to the
left and right. Use the lid of the
Type 1 mounting unit or the
cradle on Type 2 to adjust the
PND up and down.
• To remove the PND from the
mount, press the release tab
at the bottom of the cradle and
remove the unit.
WARNING: This product
contains a non-replaceable
lithium-ion battery. See the Important
Safety and Product Information guide
in the product box for important
battery safety information.
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Getting Started
Step 2: Configure the
PND
To turn on your PND, slide the
Power key to the left. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Step 3: Acquire Satellites
Go to an open area, out of garages and
away from tall buildings. Stop your
vehicle, and turn on the PND. Acquiring
satellite signals may take a few minutes.
The
bars indicate GPS satellite
strength. When one bar is green, the
PND has acquired satellite signals. Now
you can select a destination and navigate
to it.
For more information about GPS, see
page 38 and visit www.garmin.com/
aboutGPS.
Step 4: Use the PND
A
D
B
C
E
F
G
A Current GPS information.
B Battery status.
C Current time; touch to change time
settings.
D Touch to find a destination.
E Touch to view the map.
F Touch to adjust the volume.
G Touch
to use the tools such as media
players, settings, and Help.
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Getting Started
Finding Your Destination
The Where to menu provides several different categories for you to use when
searching for addresses, cities, and other locations. The detailed map loaded in your
PND contains millions of points of interest, such as restaurants, hotels, and auto
services.
➊ Touch Where to.
➋Select a category.
➌Select a sub-category.
➍ Select a destination.
➎Touch Go.
➏Enjoy the route!
Tip: Touch
and
to see more choices.
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Getting Started
Following Your Route
As you travel, your PND 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 PND recalculates the
route and provides new directions.
Your route is marked with a magenta line.
Follow the arrows as you take turns.
Adding a Via Point
You can add a stop (via point) to your
route. The PND gives you directions
to the stop and then to your final
destination.
TIP: If you want to add more
than one stop to the route, edit the
current route. See page 11.
1. With a route active, touch Menu >
Where to.
2. Search for the extra stop.
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.
A checkered flag marks your destination.
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Getting Started
Taking a Detour
If a road on your route is closed, you can
take a detour.
1. With a route active, touch Menu.
2. Touch Detour.
The PND attempts to get you back
on your original route as quickly as
possible. If the route you are currently
taking is the only reasonable option, the
PND might not calculate a detour.
Stopping the Route
Adjusting the Volume
From the Menu page, touch Volume.
Touch
and
to adjust the master
volume. Touch Mute to mute all audio.
To set up the FM transmitter, see pages
26–27.
Locking the Screen
To prevent accidental screen taps, slide
the Power key to the right ( ). To
unlock the screen, slide the Power key
to the center position.
1. With a route active, touch Menu.
2. Touch Stop.
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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 4.
Tip: Touch Near to change the
search area. See page 13.
Go Page Options
Touch an item in the search results list to
view the Go page.
Touch Go to create a turn-by-turn route
to this location.
Touch Save to save this location. See
page 9.
Finding an Address
1. Touch Where to > Address.
2. Touch Change State/Province, if
necessary.
3. Touch Search All.
OR
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.)
4. Enter the number of the address,
and touch Done.
5. Enter the street name, and touch
Done. Select the correct street in
the list, if necessary.
6. Touch the address, if necessary.
Touch Show Map to view this location
on the map. If the GPS mode is off,
touch Set Location to set your current
location here.
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Where To
Finding an Authorized
Nissan or Infiniti
Dealership
To view a list of the closest authorized
Nissan and Infiniti dealers, touch Where
to > Dealer Service.
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.
Using the On-Screen
Keyboard
When an on-screen keyboard appears,
touch a letter or number to enter it.
Touch
to add a space. Touch
and
to move the cursor. Touch
to delete the character. Touch to
select words you have recently typed and
selected.
Touch Mode to select the keyboard
language mode. Touch
to enter
numbers and special characters.
Tip: You can change the
keyboard layout to QWERTY,
which is like a standard computer
keyboard layout. See page 28.
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Where To
Finding Recently Found
Places
Your PND stores the last 50 of your
recent finds in the Recently Found list.
The most recently viewed places appear
at the top of the list. Touch Where to >
Recently Found to view your recently
found items.
Deleting Recently Found
Places
To remove all places from the Recently
Found list, touch Clear > Yes.
Note: When you touch
Clear, all items from the list are
removed. It does not delete the
actual place from your unit.
Favorites
Saving Your Current Location
From the Map page, 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
Favorites.
Finding Saved Places
1. Touch Where to.
2. Touch Favorites. Your saved
locations are listed.
Tip: Your Last Position is
automatically saved each time you
remove the PND from the cradle.
Use this feature to find your car in
a parking lot.
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.
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Where To
Editing Saved Places
1. Touch Where to > Favorites.
2. Touch the location you want to
edit.
3. Touch Edit.
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.
Going Home
After you set your home location, you
can route to it at any time by touching
Where to > Go Home.
4. Touch a button to edit the location:
• Change Name—enter a new
name, and touch Done.
• Change Map Symbol—touch
a new symbol.
• Change Phone Number—
enter a phone number, and
touch Done.
• Delete—removes this item
from the Favorites list. Touch
Yes.
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Changing Your Home
Location
To change your home location, you must
first delete it from Favorites.
1. Touch Where to > Favorites.
2. Touch Home > Edit > Delete >
Yes.
After you delete your home location,
reset it by following the steps in the
“Setting a Home Location” section
above.
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Where To
Creating and Taking
Routes
Touch Where to > Routes. Select the
route you want to take and touch Go.
Creating a Saved Route
Use your PND to create and save routes
before your next trip. You can save up to
10 routes.
1. Touch Where to (or Tools) >
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.
6. Touch
to add another location
to your route. Touch
to remove
a location.
7. Touch Next to calculate your route
and view it on the map.
8. Touch Save to save the route and
exit.
Editing Routes
1. Touch Where to (or Tools) >
Routes.
2. Select the route you want to edit.
3. Touch Edit.
Note: Your changes are
automatically saved when you exit
any of the route edit pages.
4. Touch an option to edit the route:
• Touch Change Name. Enter a
new name, and touch Done.
• Touch Add/Remove Points
to add new start, via, or end
points to the route.
• Touch Manually Reorder
Points to change the order of
points along your route.
• Touch Optimally Reorder
Points to automatically order
the points.
• Touch Recalculate to change
the route preference to
calculate by faster time, shorter
distance, or off road.
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Where To
• Touch Delete to remove this
item.
Finding a Place Using the
Map
Use the Browse Map page to view
different parts of the map. 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 in and
out.
• 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 28.)
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Entering Coordinates
If you know the geographic coordinates
of your destination, you can use your
PND to navigate to any location using
its latitude and longitude coordinates.
This can be especially helpful when
geocaching.
Touch Where to > Coordinates.
To change the type of coordinates, touch
Format. Because different maps and
charts use different position formats, the
PND allows you to choose the correct
coordinate format for the type of map
you are using.
Enter the coordinates, and then touch
Next. Touch Go to create a turn-by-turn
route to the coordinates.
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Where To
Searching Near Another
Location
Note: Your PND automatically
searches for places near your
current location.
1. Touch Where to > Near.
2. Select an option:
• Where I Am Now—search
near your current location.
• A Different City—search near
the city you enter.
• My Current Route—search
along your route.
• My Destination—search near
your current destination.
3. Touch OK.
Walking to a Destination
If you are walking to your destination,
use Pedestrian mode to optimize your
route for walking. Touch Tools >
Settings > System > Usage Mode >
Pedestrian > OK.
Navigating Off Road
If you are not following roadways as
you navigate, use Off Road mode. Touch
Tools > Settings > Navigation > Route
Preference > Off Road > OK. Select a
destination and touch Go to navigate off
road to the destination.
If you periodically save locations while
navigating in Off Road mode, you can
create a route back to your starting point.
Create a route and make each saved
location a via point along the way. See
page 11.
Using the Trip Log
You can use the Trip Log to see the path
that you took to arrive at a destination.
The Trip Log lets you visually trace your
way back to the starting point.
To show or hide the Trip Log, touch
Tools > Settings > Map.
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Using the Main Pages
Using the Main Pages
Map Page
Touch
View map to open the Map page. The vehicle icon shows your current
location. Touch and drag the map to view a different area of the map (see page 12).
Touch the text bar to open the Turn List page.
Touch
Touch
to zoom out.
Current speed limit
(available on some
roadways).
Touch Arrival or
Speed to open the Trip
Information page.
To save your current
location, touch the
vehicle icon.
Touch Menu to return to the Menu page.
Map Page while Navigating a Route
Trip Information Page
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to zoom in.
Turn List Page
Touch Turn In to open
the Next Turn page.
Next Turn Page
Tip: A speed limit icon
may appear as you travel on major roadways. This icon
displays the current speed limit of the roadway.
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Using the Main Pages
Trip Information Page
The Trip Information page displays
your current speed and provides helpful
statistics about your trip. To view the
Trip Information page, touch the Speed
or Arrival field on the Map page.
If you make frequent stops, leave the
PND turned on so it can accurately
measure elapsed time during the trip.
Resetting Trip Information
If you want accurate trip information,
reset the trip information before
beginning a trip. Touch Reset Trip
to reset the information on the Trip
Information page. Touch Reset Max to
reset the maximum speed.
Turn List Page
When you are navigating a route, the
Turn List page displays turn-by-turn
instructions for your entire route and the
distance between turns. Touch the green
text bar on the top of the Map page to
open the Turn List page. Touch a turn on
the list to view the Next Turn page for
that turn. Touch Show Map to view the
entire route on the Browse Map.
Next Turn Page
When you are navigating a route, the
Next Turn page shows the turn on the
map and the distance and time left before
you reach the turn. To view an upcoming
turn on the map, touch the Turn In field
on the Map page, or touch any turn from
the Turn List page.
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Using the Media Player
Using the Media Players
Playing Music
Load music files to the internal memory
or SD card. See pages 19–20.
1. Touch Tools > Media Player.
2. Touch Source to open the music
player.
3. Touch Browse.
4. Touch a category.
5. To play the entire category from
the beginning of the list, touch
Play All. To play a specific song,
touch the title.
Current playlist
Album art
to play the previous song
• Tap
on the playlist; touch and hold to
rewind through the current song.
• Tap
to skip to the next song;
touch and hold to skip ahead
through the current song.
to pause the song.
• Touch
to repeat the playlist.
• Touch
to shuffle the
• Touch
playlist.
• Touch the album art to view
details about the music file or
remove the song from the playlist.
Supported File Types
The PND supports MP3 music files and
M3U and M3U8 playlist files.
Creating and Listening to
Playlists
• Touch the playlist to edit it.
• Touch
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to adjust the volume.
Using your PND, you can listen to
playlists created on your computer. You
can also save playlists using your PND.
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Using the Media Player
To save your current playlist:
1. While listening to music, touch
Browse > Playlist > Save
Current Playlist.
2. Enter a name, and touch Done.
To create a new playlist:
1. In the music player, touch Browse
> Playlist > Create New Playlist.
2. Select songs.
3. Touch Back when you have
finished adding songs to your
playlist.
To create a playlist on a
computer:
1. Using your computer and an audio
program, create a playlist of music
files. Save the playlist as an M3U
or M3U8 file.
Note: You may need to edit the
M3U file with a text editor, such
as Notepad, to remove the path
(link) to the music file. The M3U
file should only list the music
file names. Refer to the audio
program’s Help file.
2. Transfer the playlist and the music
files to the PND or SD drive (see
pages 19–20). The M3U file must
be in the same location as the
music files.
To play a playlist:
1. In the music player, touch Playlist
> Open Saved Playlist. All
available playlists appear.
2. Touch a playlist to start playing the
music files.
To edit a playlist:
1. While listening to music, touch the
playlist on the music player page,
or touch Browse > Playlist > Edit
Current Playlist.
2. Edit the playlist:
• Touch Add to add a song to
the end of the playlist.
• Touch a song, and then touch
Remove to remove it from the
playlist.
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Using the Media Player
Listening to Audible
Books
To purchase books from Audible.com,
go to http://garmin.audible.com.
Listening to a Book
1. Touch Tools > Media Player.
2. Touch Source to open the audible
book player.
3. Touch Browse.
4. Touch a category, and then touch
a book title.
Book cover
art
• Touch
to adjust the volume.
• Touch
to skip a section and
to jump back. Press and hold
to move forward or backward.
• Touch
to pause the book.
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• Touch the book cover art to view
more detailed information.
Using Bookmarks
To create a bookmark, touch
and
Bookmark. To view your bookmarks,
touch
, and then touch a
bookmark. Touch Play to listen to the
book from the bookmark.
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Audible Books
1. Create an Audible.com account at
http://garmin.audible.com.
2. Download AudibleManager®.
3. Open AudibleManager. Follow the
on-screen instructions to activate
your PND (one-time process).
4. Purchase a book at http://garmin
.audible.com, and download the
book to your computer.
5. Use AudibleManager to transfer
the book to your PND or SD card.
TIP: Refer to AudibleManager’s
Help file for detailed instructions.
Select Help > Help.
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Managing Files
Managing Files
You can store files, such as MP3s and
JPEG image files, in the PND’s internal
memory or on an optional SD card.
Note: The PND is not
compatible with Windows® 95,
98, Me, or NT. It is also not
compatible with Mac® OS 10.3
and earlier. This is a common
limitation of most USB mass
storage devices.
Supported File Types
• MP3 music files: see pages 16–17
• M3U and M3U8 music playlist
files: see pages 16–17
• AA audio book files: see page 18
• JPEG and JPG image files: see
page 21
• GPI custom POI files from
Garmin’s POI Loader: see page 36
• Maps, routes, and waypoints from
MapSource®: see page 34
Loading Files
Step 1: Insert an SD Card
(Optional)
To insert or remove the card, press it in
until it clicks.
Step 2: Connect the USB
Cable
Connect the mini-USB connector to the
bottom of the PND. Connect the larger
end of the cable to an available USB port
on your computer.
Your PND and SD card appear as
removable drives in My Computer on
Windows computers and as mounted
volumes on Mac computers.
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Managing Files
Note: On some operating
systems or computers with
multiple network drives, the PND
drives may not appear. See your
operating system’s Help file to
learn how to map the drives.
Step 3: Transfer Files to Your
PND
Copy and paste files from your computer
into the PND drives/volumes.
1. Browse your computer for the file
you want to copy.
2. Highlight the file, and select Edit >
Copy.
3. Open the “Garmin” or SD card
drive/volume.
4. Select Edit > Paste. The file
appears in the list of files on the
PND memory or SD card.
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Step 4: Eject and Unplug the
USB Cable
When you are finished transferring files,
click the Eject
icon in your system
tray, or drag the volume icon to the
Trash
on Mac computers. Unplug
your PND from your computer.
Deleting Files
With the PND connected to your
computer, open PND or SD card drive/
volume. Highlight the file that you want
to delete, and press the Delete key on
your computer’s keyboard.
Caution: If you are not sure
about a file’s purpose, do not
delete it. Your PND memory
contains important system files
that should not be deleted. Be
especially cautious of files located
in folders entitled “Garmin.”
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Using the Tools
Using the Tools
The Tools menu provides many features
that are helpful when you are traveling
across town or across the globe.
Settings
For information about the settings, see
pages 28–32.
Where Am I
Touch Where Am I to view information
about your current location. This is
a helpful feature 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.
Help
Media Player
For information about the media player
see pages 16–18.
Picture Viewer
Using the Picture Viewer, view pictures
that you have stored in your PND.
1. Touch Tools > Picture Viewer.
2. Touch a picture to view a larger
image of it.
3. Touch the arrows to view all the
images.
Viewing a Slide Show
Touch Slide Show to start a slide show,
which displays each image for a few
moments and then displays the next
image.
Touch anywhere on the screen to stop
the slide show.
Touch Help to get information about
using your PND.
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Using the Tools
Routes
For information about routes see page
11.
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 PND.
World Clock
1. Touch Tools > World Clock.
2. To change a city listed, touch the
city.
3. Select a new time zone (or city).
Touch OK when done.
4. Touch World Map to view a map.
5. Nighttime hours are shown in the
shaded area. Touch World Clock
to view the clocks again, or Back
to exit.
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Language Guide
The Garmin Language Guide puts data
from Oxford’s multilingual resources
and five bilingual dictionaries in the
palm of your hand. To purchase an
accessory, go to http://buy.garmin.com
or contact your Garmin dealer.
Translating Words and
Phrases
1. Touch Tools > Language Guide
> Words and Phrases.
2. Touch Language, select the From
and To languages, and touch
Back.
3. Select a category and search for a
phrase.
4. Touch Search to spell the word
or phrase, if necessary. Touch a
phrase to open the translation.
5. Touch
to hear the translation.
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Using the Tools
Words and Phrases Tips
• Use Search for Keywords in
Phrases to find all of the phrases
that contain a specific word.
• Touch an underlined word to use a
different word.
• Touch More Variations to change
words in the phrase or get a
different translation.
Bilingual Tips
• Touch Search to spell the word or
the beginning of the word.
• Touch Legend information
on abbreviations, labels, and
pronunciation symbols for the
selected language.
Using the Bilingual
Dictionaries
Pocket Oxford Spanish Dictionary © Oxford
University Press 2005. Pocket Oxford Italian
Dictionary © Oxford University Press 2004.
Oxford Portuguese Minidictionary © Oxford
University Press 2002. Multilingual Wordbank
© Oxford University Press 2001. Multilingual
Phrasebank © Oxford University Press 2001.
Pocket Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary
© Oxford University Press and Hachette
Livre 2005. Pocket Oxford-Duden German
Dictionary © Oxford University Press and
Bibliographisches Institut & F.A. Brockhaus
2003.
The Garmin Language Guide provides
five bilingual dictionaries.
1. Touch Tools > Language Guide.
2. Touch Bilingual Dictionaries.
3. Touch a translation option. If
necessary, touch To English.
4. Search for the word and touch it.
5. Touch
to hear the translation.
All Dictionary, Word and Phrase content is
© Oxford University Press. Voice files are ©
Scansoft.
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Using the Tools
Calculator
1. Touch Tools > Calculator.
2. Enter the first number of your
calculation.
3. Touch an operator (÷, x, -, or +).
4. Enter the second number of your
calculation.
• 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.
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Currency Converter
1. Touch Tools > Currency
Converter.
2. Touch a currency button to change
the currency.
3. Select a currency, and touch OK.
4. Touch the rectangle next to the
currency you want to convert.
5. Enter the number. Touch Done.
6. Touch Clear to convert a different
value.
Tip: Touch and hold
the entire entry.
to erase
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Updating Conversion Rates
The PND allows you to update the
currency conversion rates manually
so that you are always using the most
current rates.
1. Touch Tools > Currency
Converter > Update.
2. Touch the rate you want to update.
3. Touch
to erase the current
rate. Enter a new rate, and touch
Done.
4. Touch Save to finish.
Tip: Touch Restore to use the
original rate.
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 value.
6. Enter a value, and touch Done.
The unit is converted.
7. Touch Clear to enter another
measurement.
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Playing Audio Through the Vehicle’s Speakers
Playing Audio Through
the Vehicle’s Speakers
Frequency Selection Tips
Before using the FM transmitter in your area,
see the FM transmitter legal notice on page
40.
When searching for an appropriate FM
frequency on your FM stereo, look for
an unused frequency that has steady,
consistent static. If you hear slight noises
and sounds in the background of the
static, choose a different frequency.
If an FM transmitter is available on your
PND, you can listen to your PND audio
on an FM stereo.
Manually Tuning the FM
Transmitter
Select an FM channel for the FM
transmitter.
For best results, select a frequency below
90.1 FM.
As you travel, you might need to change
the frequency for the FM transmitter.
A frequency not used by a radio station
in your area might be used by a station
elsewhere.
1. From the Menu page, touch
Volume > FM Trans > Enable FM
Transmitter.
2. Tune your stereo to an FM
channel that has a lot of static and
has a low FM frequency number.
3. Touch and to select the same
frequency to which your stereo is
tuned.
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Playing Audio Through the Vehicle’s Speakers
FM Transmitter
Information
The FM transmitter is intended to
transmit your PND’s audio to your FM
stereo.
Do not adjust your FM settings while
you are driving your vehicle.
terrain changes, allowing distant stations
to be received by your car stereo that
were not received when you made your
initial frequency selection. These and
other sources of electrical interference
may make it necessary to look for
another frequency.
The distance between the PND and
the FM stereo antenna may also affect
the noise level. Vehicles with antennas
located far away, such as a rearmounted antenna, may experience more
interference from outside noise sources
than vehicles with front-mounted
antennas.
As you drive, you may notice changes
in the background static even though
there is no FM station using that
channel. You may notice this as you
drive through intersections where certain
kinds of traffic lights or other municipal
electronic systems are operating. You
might also notice this effect when the
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Customizing the PND
Customizing the PND
1. Touch Tools > Settings.
Usage Mode—specify how you will
be navigating to optimize routes:
Automobile, Bicycle, or Pedestrian.
Units—change units of measure to
Kilometers or Miles.
2. Touch the setting you want to
change.
3. Touch the button below the setting
name to change it.
Changing the System
Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > System.
GPS Simulator—enable the simulator
to turn off the GPS mode to simulate
navigation and/or to save battery power.
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Keyboard Layout—select QWERTY
for a layout similar to a typewriter,
or select ABCDE for an alphabetical
layout.
About—display your PND’s software
version number, unit ID number, and
audio version number. You need this
information when you update the system
software or purchase additional map data
(see page 34).
Restore—restore the system settings.
Changing the Navigation
Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Navigation.
Route Preference—select a preference
for calculating your route:
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Customizing the PND
• Faster Time—to calculate routes
that are faster to drive but can be
longer in distance.
• Shorter Distance—to calculate
routes that are shorter in distance
but can take more time to drive.
• Off Road—to calculate point-topoint routes (without roads).
Avoidances—select the road types you
want to avoid or you would prefer to
take on your routes.
Restore—restore the original navigation
settings.
Adjusting the 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.
Screen Shot—enable Screen Shot mode.
Touch the
to take a screen shot.
The picture bitmap file is saved in the
Garmin\scrn folder on the PND drive.
Brightness—adjust the backlight
brightness level. Reducing the backlight
brightness increases your battery life.
Restore—restore the original display
settings.
Updating the Time
Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Time.
Time Format—choose a 12-hour, 24hour, or UTC time format.
Time Zone—select a time zone or
nearby city from the list.
Daylight Saving—set to On, Off , or
Auto, if it is available.
Restore—restore the original time
settings.
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Customizing the PND
Setting the Languages
Touch Tools > Settings > Language.
Voice—change the language for
voice prompts. Languages noted with
a person’s name are text-to-speech
(TTS) voices, which have an extensive
vocabulary and pronounce the street
names as you approach turns. The
pre-recorded voices (those without
a person’s name) have a limited
vocabulary and do not speak names of
locations or streets.
Text Language—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.
Keyboard—select the keyboard for
your language. You can also change
the keyboard language mode from any
keyboard by touching the Mode button.
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Changing the Map
Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Map.
Map Detail—adjust the amount of detail
shown on the map. Showing more detail
may 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—display the map in three
dimensions (3D) in Track Up.
Vehicle—touch Change to change the
icon used to display your position on
the map. Touch the icon you want to
use, and then touch OK. Download
additional vehicle icons at
www.garmin.com/vehicles.
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Customizing the PND
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 loaded on
your PND and their version. Touch a
map to enable (check mark) or disable
(no check mark) that map.
Restore—restore the original map
settings.
Adding Security Settings
Touch Tools > Settings > Security.
Garmin Lock—turn on Garmin Lock
to lock your PND. Enter a 4-digit PIN,
and set a security location. For more
information, see page 33.
™
Restore—restore the original security
settings. Note that restoring the security
settings will not clear your Garmin Lock
PIN or Security Location.
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Changing the Proximity
Points Settings
You must have proximity points (such as
custom POIs, a safety camera database,
or a TourGuide®) loaded to adjust the
proximity point settings. See page 36.
Touch Tools > Settings > Proximity
Points.
Proximity Alerts—touch Change
to turn on or off the alerts when you
approach custom POIs or safety cameras.
TourGuide—set how you want the
audio for TourGuide to be activated.
Select Auto Play to hear the complete
tour as programmed, Prompted to show
the speaker icon
on the map when
tour information is available during your
route, or Off.
Restore—restore the proximity points
settings.
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Customizing the PND
Adjusting the Volume
Levels
From the Menu page, touch Volume to
adjust the master volume level.
To adjust the volume levels for the
media player and navigation prompts,
Tools > Settings > Volume.
Restore—restore the original volume
levels.
Restoring All Settings
Clearing User Data
Caution: This deletes all userentered information.
1. Hold your finger on the lower-right
corner of the PND’s screen while
turning on the PND.
2. Keep your finger pressed until the
message appears.
3. Touch Yes to clear all user data.
All original settings are restored. Any
items that you have saved are erased.
1. Touch Tools > Settings.
2. Touch Restore.
3. Touch Yes.
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Appendix
Ways to Charge Your
PND
• Use the cradle.
• Use the USB cable.
• Use the AC wall charger.
Calibrating the Screen
If the touch screen is not responding
properly, calibrate the touch screen. Turn
the PND off and then back on. Slide the
Power key to the right (lock). Hold your
finger on the screen for about 30 seconds
until the calibration screen appears.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Resetting the PND
If the screen stops functioning, turn the
PND off and on again. If this does not
help, slide the Power key to the left and
hold for 8 seconds. Turn the PND back
on. The PND should operate normally.
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Locking Your PND
Garmin Lock is a theft-deterrent system
that locks your PND. Each time you turn
on the PND, enter the PIN or drive to the
security location.
1. Touch Tools > Settings >
Security.
2. Touch the button below Garmin
Lock.
3. Enter a 4-digit PIN and drive to a
security location.
What is a Security Location?
Select a location you return to often,
such as your home, for your security
location. If the PND 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 PND to Garmin
to get it unlocked. You must also
send a valid product registration
or proof of purchase.
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Appendix
Additional Maps
You can purchase additional MapSource
map data from Garmin and load the
maps on your PND’s internal memory
or on an optional SD card. Also, check
www.garmin.com/unlock/update.jsp to
see if an update for your map software is
available.
To find out the version of the maps that
are loaded on your PND, open the Menu
page. Touch Tools > Settings > Map >
Map Info. To enable additional maps,
you need your unit ID (see page 28) and
serial number (located near the power
connector).
To load maps, routes, or waypoints to
your PND memory or SD card, select
the name for your PND drive or SD card
drive. Refer to the MapSource Help file
for more information.
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Updating the Software
1. Go to www.garmin.com/products/
webupdater and download
WebUpdater to your computer.
2. Connect the PND to your
computer using the mini-USB
cable.
3. Run WebUpdater, and follow the
on-screen instructions.
After confirming that you want to
perform an update, WebUpdater
automatically downloads the update and
installs it on your PND.
Extras and Optional
Accessories
For more information about optional
accessories, go to http://buy.garmin.com,
www.garmin.com/nissan, or contact your
Garmin dealer.
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Garmin Travel Guide
Much like a paper 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.
To use the Travel Guide, insert the SD
card into your PND. Touch Where to >
Extras > Travel Guide. Touch the name
of your Travel Guide to open it.
SaversGuide®
With the SaversGuide preprogrammed
SD data card and membership card,
your PND is a digital coupon book. To
purchase an accessory, go to http://buy
.garmin.com or contact your Garmin
dealer.
To use the SaversGuide, insert the SD
card into your PND. Touch Where to >
Extras > SaversGuide.
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Safety Cameras
Safety camera information is available in
some locations. Check http://my.garmin
.com for availability. For these locations,
the PND includes the locations of
hundreds of safety cameras. Your PND
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
information.
You can purchase a new region or extend
an existing subscription at any time.
Each region that you purchase has its
own expiration date.
Caution: Garmin is not
responsible for the accuracy of
or the consequences of using a
custom POI or safety camera
database.
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Appendix
Custom Points of Interest
TourGuide
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.
To view your TourGuide files, touch
Where to > Extras > Custom POIs.
To change the TourGuide settings, touch
Tools > Settings > Proximity Points >
TourGuide.
Use the POI Loader to load custom
points of interest (POIs) onto your PND.
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.
The TourGuide allows your PND to play
third-party, GPS-guided audio tours.
These audio tours can take you on a
route while playing interesting facts
about historical sites along the way. For
more information, go to www.garmin
.com/extras, and click POI Loader.
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 delete the Custom POIs from your
PND, connect your PND to your
computer. Open the Garmin\poi folder
in the PND drive or the SD card drive.
Delete the file entitled poi.gpi.
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Battery Information
Your PND contains an internal, nonreplaceable, lithium-ion battery. Do not
remove or attempt to remove the battery.
Doing so could result in risk of battery
fire or damage and injury.
The
battery icon in the corner of
the Menu page indicates the status of the
internal battery. To increase the accuracy
of the battery gauge, fully discharge
the battery and then fully charge it; do
not unplug the PND until it is totally
charged.
Maximizing the Battery Life
The battery should last up to 8 hours,
depending on usage.
• Turn down the backlight (Tools >
Brightness).
• Do not leave your PND in
direct sunlight. Avoid prolonged
exposure to excessive heat.
Contact your local waste disposal
department for information on properly
disposing of the unit.
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Appendix
About GPS Satellite
Signals
Your PND must acquire GPS (Global
Positioning System) satellite signals to
navigate. If you are indoors, near tall
buildings or trees, or in a parking garage,
your PND cannot acquire satellites.
Go outside to an area free from tall
obstructions to use your PND.
When your PND has acquired satellite
signals, the signal strength bars on the
Menu page are green
. When it
loses satellite signals, the bars turn red or
clear
.
For more information about GPS, go to
www.garmin.com/aboutGPS.
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Caring for Your PND
Your PND contains sensitive electronic
components that can be permanently
damaged if exposed to excessive shock
or vibration. To minimize the risk of
damage to your PND, avoid dropping
your unit and operating it in high-shock
and high-vibration environments.
Cleaning the Unit
The PND is constructed of high-quality
materials and does not require user
maintenance other than cleaning. Clean
the unit’s outer casing (not the touch
screen) using a cloth dampened with
a mild detergent solution, and then
wipe dry. Avoid chemical cleaners
and solvents that can damage plastic
components.
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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 then
gently wipe the touch screen.
Protecting Your PND
• Do not store the PND where
prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can occur, because it
can cause permanent damage.
• Do not expose the PND to water.
Contact with water can cause this
unit to malfunction.
• Though 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,
or damage may result.
• To avoid damage to the PND,
never store objects in the
mounting unit.
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Avoiding Theft
• To avoid theft, close the PND
mounting and/or remove the unit
when not in use.
• Do not keep your unit in the glove
compartment.
• Register your product at
http://my.garmin.com.
• Use the Garmin Lock feature. See
page 33.
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Garmin declares that this
PND product is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. To
view the full Declaration of Conformity,
see the Garmin Web site for your Garmin
product: www.garmin.com.
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Appendix
Important Legal Notice
Regarding Your FM
Transmitter
Your PND product contains an FM
transmitter. Read the following notices.
Using Your PND FM
Transmitter in Europe
Use of FM transmitters is currently
illegal in certain European countries due
to specific radio frequency restrictions.
You must check the local regulations
in all European countries in which
you intend to use the FM transmitter
to ensure its legality. You accept full
responsibility for complying with all
such laws and regulations applicable
in your particular country of operation.
Garmin disclaims all responsibility for
your failure to follow local laws and
regulations. See www.garmin.com/fmnotice for more information.
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Using Your PND FM
Transmitter in the United
States
While use of FM transmitters is legal in
the United States, the allowable output
power for FM transmitters is lower in the
United States than it is in those European
countries that allow FM transmitters.
The PND models sold in Europe contain
the higher powered European FM
transmitter and cannot be legally used
in the United States. You accept full
responsibility for complying with all
such laws and regulations applicable in
your particular country of operation. You
must disable the FM transmitter before
using your European model PND in the
United States.
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Software License
Agreement
BY USING THE PND, YOU AGREE
TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND
CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT.
PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT
CAREFULLY.
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.
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 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.
Nissan Warranty
If installed at the time of purchase of a new
Nissan vehicle, the Nissan portable navigation
device (PND) is covered by the Basic Coverage
of Nissan’s New Vehicle Limited Warranty
of 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever is
earlier.
When purchased separately, the Nissan
Portable Navigation Device is covered under
Nissan’s Limited Warranty on Genuine Nissan
Replacement Parts and Accessories which
provides coverage for the longer of 12 months
or 12,000 miles from the date of installation or
purchase, or the remaining portion of the Basic
Coverage of the Nissan New Vehicle Limited
Warranty of 36 months or 36,000 miles from
the vehicle’s in-service date, whichever comes
first.
Please refer to your Nissan vehicle’s New
Vehicle Limited Warranty, your Genuine
Nissan Parts & Accessory Warranty, or contact
your authorized Nissan dealer for details.
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Specifications
Physical size: 121.7 mm W x 75.2 mm
H x 19.5 mm D (4.79” x 2.96” x 0.77”)
Power input: DC vehicle power using
the dashboard mount or AC power using
the AC adapter cable.
Weight: 175 g (6.17 oz)
Usage: 10 W max.
Display: 4.3” diagonal, 480 x 272
pixels; WQVGA TFT landscape display
with white backlight and touch screen
Battery life: 3 to 7 hours depending on
usage
Case: Not waterproof (IPXO)
Battery type: Non-replaceable lithiumion battery
Operating Temperature range: 32°F to
140°F (0°C to 60°C)
GPS receiver: High-sensitivity, WAASenabled
Charging Temperature range: 32°F to
113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Acquisition times*:
Warm: <1 sec
Cold: <38 sec
Factory Reset: <45 sec
Data storage: Internal memory and
optional removable SD card. Data stored
indefinitely.
Computer interface: USB mass storage,
plug-and-play
*Average acquisition times for a
stationary receiver with a clear view of
the sky.
Headphone jack: Standard 3.5 mm
Charge time: Approximately 4 hours
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Troubleshooting
Problem/Question
Solution/Answer
My PND never gets
satellite signals.
Take your PND out of parking garages and away from tall buildings
and trees. Remain stationary for several minutes.
How do I clear all my user
data?
Hold your finger on the lower-right corner of the PND’s screen while
it is turning on. Keep your finger pressed until the message appears.
Touch Yes to clear all user data.
The PND is locked
up/frozen.
If the PND screen stops functioning, turn the PND off and on again.
If this does not help, slide the Power key to the left and hold for 8
seconds. Turn the PND back on. The PND should operate normally.
The touch screen is not
responding to my taps
properly.
Turn the PND off and then back on. Slide the Power key to the right
(lock). Hold your finger on the screen for about 30 seconds until the
calibration screen appears. Follow the on-screen instructions.
My battery gauge does not
seem accurate.
Allow the unit to fully discharge, and then fully charge it (without
interrupting the charge cycle).
How do I know my PND
is in USB mass storage
mode?
When your PND is in USB mass storage mode, a picture of a PND
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.
My computer never senses 2. Turn the PND off.
that the PND is connected. 3.Plug the USB cable into your computer and your PND. The PND
automatically turns on and goes into USB mass storage mode.
I cannot see any new
removable drives in my list
of drives.
If you have several network drives mapped on your computer,
Windows may have trouble assigning drive letters to your PND
drives. See your operating system’s Help file to learn how to map/
assign drive letters.
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Appendix
Problem/Question
Solution/Answer
How can I find restaurants
near a hotel where I am
staying in the future?
1.Touch Where to > Near > Different City (and enter your
vacation destination).
2. Find the hotel and touch Go.
3. Touch Menu > Where to > Near > My Destination.
4.Search for a restaurant. Restaurants nearest your hotel are listed
first.
OR
1. Turn on the GPS Simulator (Tools > Settings > System).
2. Touch Where to > Near > Different City.
3. Find the hotel; touch Show Map > Set Loc.
4. Search for a restaurant.
You can also use the GPS Simulator (Tools > Settings > System).
How can I find my car in a
parking lot?
Touch Tools > Settings > Navigation > Route Preference > Off
Road > OK to put the PND in Off Road mode. Touch Where to >
Favorites > Last Position > Go. Navigate to your car!
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Index
Index
Symbols
2-D, 3-D map view 30
A
accessories 34–36
additional maps 34
alerts
proximity 31
safety camera 35
announce street
names 30
anti-theft feature 31, 33
audible books 18
audio output 1, 26–27,
42
audio version 28
avoiding
road types 29
theft 39
B
brightness 29
browsing the map 12
C
files 20
recent finds list 9
route 12
detail maps 31
detour 6
diacritical characters 8
display settings 29
driving directions 15
calculator 24
caring for your
PND 38
charging your PND 33
clock for the world 22
E
computer
emergency
connection 19
converting
assistance 21
currency 24
Extras 34, 35
units 25
F
coordinates 12
currency, converting 24 Favorites 9
current location, save 9 files 19–20
deleting 20
customizing the
managing 19–20
PND 28–32
supported types 20
custom POIs 36
transferring 19–20
D
finding places 4
daylight savings 29
address 7
Declaration of
by name 8
Conformity 39
by postal code 7
deleting
Go page options 7
all user data 32
item on the map 12
character 8
near another
custom POIs 36
location 13
Favorites 10, 12
recent selections 9
saved places
(Favorites) 9
FM transmitter 26–27
legal
information 40
setup 26
G
Garmin Lock 33
geocaching 12
go home 10
Go page options 10
GPS
about GPS 38
off/on 28
H
headphone jack 1, 42
Help 29
home location 10
K
keyboard 8
language mode 8,
30
layout 8, 28
kilometers 28
background color 29
battery information 37
bicycle navigation 28
bilingual
dictionaries 23
bookmarks 18
books 18–19
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Index
L
language guide 22, 23
Last Position 9, 44
legal notice, FM
transmitter 40
lithium-ion battery 37,
42
locking
screen 6
the PND 33
M
media player 16–18
menu page 3
miles 28
mini-USB connector 1
mounting options 2
MP3 music files
loading 19
playing 16
music 16
mute audio 6
My Data 22
myGarmin i
M3U playlist format 17
N
map
navigation 5
additional 34
mode 28
browse 12
settings 28
customize 30
Next Turn page 15
detail level 30
enable detail
O
maps 31
Map Info button 31 off road, routing 11,
13, 29
moving 12
on-screen keyboard 8
update 34
on-unit Help 21
version 31
output,
audio 6, 26
view 30
headphone jack 1
zoom 12
MapSource 34
P
max speed, reset 15
pedestrian navigation
measurements,
mode 13, 28
converting 25
pictures 21
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PIN 33
playlist 16
creating 17
editing 17
from computer 17
playing 17
saving current 17
position icon 14, 30
Power key 1
proximity alerts 31
proximity points 31
Q
QWERTY keyboard 28
R
recently found
locations 9
deleting 9
finding 9
registering 39
resetting
the max speed 15
the trip data 15
your PND 33
routes 11–13
adding a stop 5
following 5
importing 22
mode 28
off road 29
preferences 28
simulating 28
stopping 6
S
safety camera 35, 36
satellite signals 38
SaversGuide 35
saving
places you find 7, 9
your current
location 9, 12, 21
school zone
database 36
screen
brightness 29
lock 6
screen shots 29
SD card 19, 42
slot 1
search area 13
security location 33
security settings 31
settings 28–32
restoring 32
setting your location 7,
12
simulating a route 28
software license
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Index
agreement 41
software update 34
software version 28
specifications 42
speed limit icon 14
spelling the name 8
storing the PND 39
supported file types 19
system settings 28
T
text language 30
time settings 29
time zone 29
Tools 21–25
touch screen
calibrating 33, 43
cleaning 39
settings 29
TourGuide 31, 36
Track Up 30
transferring files 19–20
translating words 22
Travel Guide 22, 35
trip data, reset 15
Trip Information
page 15
Trip Log 13, 31
troubleshooting 43–44
turn-by-turn
directions 15
U
unit ID 28
units, convert 25
updating
maps 34
software 34
usage mode 28
USB 20
eject 20
mass storage
mode 19–20
troubleshooting 43
user data, delete 32
W
walking route 13, 28
WebUpdater 34
Where Am I 21
Where to 7–13;
See finding places
world clock 22
Z
zoom 12
V
vehicle icon 14, 30
via point, adding 5
voice language 30
volume 6, 32
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