Operating instructions NAVMAN F35

Operating instructions NAVMAN F35
You can read the recommendations in the user guide, the technical guide or the installation guide for NAVMAN F35. You'll find
the answers to all your questions on the NAVMAN F35 in the user manual (information, specifications, safety advice, size,
accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
User manual NAVMAN F35
User guide NAVMAN F35
Operating instructions NAVMAN F35
Instructions for use NAVMAN F35
Instruction manual NAVMAN F35
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@@@@@@CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
Removing original equipment, adding accessories or modifying your vehicle could affect the vehicle's safety or make it illegal to operate in some jurisdictions.
Follow all product instructions and all instructions in your vehicle owner's manual regarding accessories or modifications. Consult your country's and/or
state's laws regarding operation of a vehicle with any accessories or modifications. It is your sole responsibility to place, secure and use your Navman in a
manner that will not cause accidents, personal injury or property damage. Always observe safe driving practices. Do not mount your Navman in a way that
may interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle, the deployment of air bags or other safety equipment. Do not operate your Navman while driving. Before
you use your Navman for the first time, familiarize yourself with your device and its operation. On main roads, the distance to an exit calculated by your
Navman may be further than the distance shown on road signs.
Road signs show the distance to the start of an exit while your Navman shows the distance to the next intersection, i.e., the end of the exit ramp or road. To
prepare to exit a road, always follow distance information on road signs. The use of information regarding safety or speed camera locations may be subject to
local laws in the country of use.
You are responsible for checking that you can legally use the information in your country or in the country where the information will be used. Do not handle
your Navman while it is hot. Let the product cool, out of direct sunlight. Do not expose your Navman to direct sunlight in an unattended vehicle for prolonged
periods. Overheating may damage the unit.
Note: To discourage theft, do not leave the Navman, its mounting bracket or any cables in plain view in an unattended vehicle. 2 Home Charger-specific
safety information To charge your Navman from the mains power, use the home charger supplied by Navman as an accessory (may be sold separately). Using
other home chargers with your Navman could result in serious injury or property damage. Never use the charger if the plug or cord is damaged. Do not
expose the charger to moisture or water. Do not use the charger in a high moisture environment. Exposure to water may cause electrical sparks or fires.
Never touch the charger when your hands or feet are wet. Allow adequate ventilation around the charger when using it to operate your Navman or charge the
Navman internal battery. Do not cover the charger with paper or other objects that will reduce ventilation.
Do not use the charger while it is inside a carrying case or other container. Ensure that the charger is connected to a power source with the correct fitting
and voltage requirements. The voltage requirements can be found on the home charger casing and/or packaging. Do not attempt to service the charger as this
could result in personal injury. Replace the charger if it is damaged or exposed to excess moisture. Internal battery-specific safety information Your Navman
contains a non-replaceable internal lithium-ion polymer battery. The battery may burst or explode if mishandled, releasing hazardous chemicals. To reduce
the risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble, crush or puncture the battery. Recycle or dispose of the battery safely and properly according to local laws and
regulations. Do not dispose of the battery in fire or water.
Only use the correct home charger (sold separately) or in-car charger supplied by Navman to charge the internal battery. Only use the installed internal
battery with the Navman unit. The battery will stop charging when the ambient temperature is less than 0ºC (32ºF) or more than 40ºC (104ºF). Failure to
adhere to these warnings and cautions may lead to death, serious injury or property damage. Navman disclaims all liability for installation or use of the
Navman that causes or contributes to death, injury or property damage or that violates any law.
Warning Notice to Drivers in the United States State law may prohibit drivers in states such as Arizona, California and Minnesota from mounting objects on
their windshields while driving. Please make sure you research and follow your most current State laws. An alternative mounting option is provided in the box
with your product, also, stores offer additional mounting alternatives. Navman does not take any responsibility for any fines, penalties, or damages that may
be incurred as a result of disregarding this notice. 3 Caring for your Navman Taking good care of your Navman will ensure trouble-free operation and reduce
the risk of damage to your Navman.
Keep your Navman away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures. Avoid exposing your Navman to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for
extended periods of time. Do not place anything on top of your Navman or drop objects on your Navman. Do not drop your Navman or subject it to severe
shock. Do not subject your Navman to sudden and severe temperature changes. This could cause moisture condensation inside the unit, which could damage
your Navman. In the event of moisture condensation, allow your Navman to dry out completely before use. The screen surface can easily be scratched. Avoid
touching it with sharp objects. Non-adhesive generic screen protectors designed specifically for use on portable devices with LCD panels may be used to help
protect the screen from minor scratches.
Never clean your Navman with it powered on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the screen and the exterior of your Navman. Do not use paper towels to clean
the screen. Never attempt to disassemble, repair or make any modifications to your Navman. Disassembly, modification or any attempt at repair could cause
damage to your Navman and even bodily injury or property damage and will void any warranty. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive
materials in the same compartment as your Navman, its parts or accessories. 4 Contents Important safety information ....
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.. 18 How do I navigate with GPS?.
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...20 How does my Navman receive GPS signals?..
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....22 Case Study: How do I search for an address? .
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..30 Case Study: How do I search for a Point of Interest?........
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...30 How do I save Favourites and My Home?..
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.........56 TM How do I view a NavPix in full-screen? .
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.... 72 7 Welcome Thank you for purchasing this Navman. This manual has been prepared to guide you through the operation of your Navman from first set-up
through to continuous use. Please read this manual carefully before using your Navman for the first time. Keep this manual in a safe place and use as your
first point of reference. Important information for using the manual It is important to understand the terms and typographical conventions used in this
manual. Formatting The following formatting in the text identifies special information: Convention Bold Italics Type of Information Navman components or
items displayed on screen, including buttons, headings, field names and options.
Indicates the name of a screen. Terms The following terms are used throughout this manual to describe user actions. Term Tap Tap and hold Select
Description Press and release an item displayed on the touch screen. Tap and hold an item displayed on the touch screen for 2-3 seconds. Tap an item in a list
or tap a command from a menu. 8 How do I install my Navman? CAUTION: Select an appropriate location for mounting the Navman in a vehicle. Never
place the Navman where the driver's field of vision is blocked. If the car's windscreen is tinted with a reflective coating, it may be athermic and impact the
GPS reception. In this instance, please mount your Navman where there is a "clear area." To protect your Navman against sudden surges in current, connect
the car charger only after the car engine has been started.
F35/F37M Installation 1 2 3 4 9 F45/F47M Installation 1 2 3 4 Receiving TMC information Note: Not available on all models. You can receive current traffic
information on your Mio via an optional traffic accessory. To receive traffic information, you must connect your Navman to the in-car charger. TMC
information is monitored by the navigation software. Once the information is received, you can view it on your device and traffic icons will appear in the map
view.
Certain roads with reported traffic will be highlighted and you can choose to avoid those roads and an alternate route will be automatically calculated. For
more information, see "How does my Navman receive traffic information?" on page 61. 10 Getting to know your Navman F35/F37M Power Switch Socket for
in-car charger, USB cable (sold separately), home charger (sold separately) and TMC accessory kit (may be sold separately) Speaker Cradle Socket 11
F45/F47M Power Switch Socket for in-car charger, USB cable (sold separately), home charger (sold separately) and TMC accessory kit (may be sold
separately) Cradle Socket Speaker 12 Turning on and off For normal operation, turn off your Navman by sliding the power switch to the OFF position. Your
Navman enters a suspended state. To use it again, slide the power switch to the ON position.
Your Navman will be back to where you left off. F35/F37M F45/F47M Shutdown and hardware reset Occasionally, you may need to perform a hardware
reset if your Navman stops responding; or appears to be "frozen" or "locked-up." You can perform a hardware reset by shutting down your Navman and then
turning it back on. To shut down your Navman, slide the power switch to the RESET position. To turn on your Navman after shutting it down, slide the power
switch to the ON position. NOTE: Switching to the Reset position turns the battery off. It is recommended you move the switch to this position if you are
planning to store your Navman for any length of time. How do I monitor the battery status? Your Navman has an internal battery that when fully charged,
should provide power for up to 3 hours. You can monitor battery power status on the Power screen. Note: The battery may not be fully charged when you use
your Navman for the first time.
To access the Power screen, tap . How do I charge the battery? The Battery Status bar displays External Power while the battery is charging; when the
battery is fully charged, the Battery Status bar will display at 100%. To charge your Navman in a vehicle, plug the in-vehicle charger to the bottom of your
Navman and the other end into the vehicle power socket, as shown in the" How do I install my Navman?" section. To charge your Navman using your
computer, see later section for details. To charge your Navman using a mains power socket, plug the mains power charger cable to the bottom of your
Navman and the mains power charger pack into the mains power socket. Note: The mains power charger is not included with all models and may be
purchased separately.
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13 Charging the battery via the USB cable (sold separately) If you intend to charge your Navman in this way, turn off your Navman so that it takes less time
to charge the battery. 1. 2. Turn on the computer.
Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the USB port on your computer. bottom of your Navman and the other end to a F35/F37M F45/F47M Note: If
your Navman is on when connected to a computer, a screen appears to prevent you from using your Navman. Note: When the Navman is connected to a
computer, it is recognized as an external mass storage device. Do not delete any files pre-installed in the Navman. Deleting files of which the function is
unknown can cause programs or features to malfunction.
CAUTION: For optimal performance of the lithium battery: Do not charge the battery where the temperature is high (e.g. in direct sunlight). There is no need
to fully discharge the battery before charging. You can charge the battery before it is discharged.
When storing the product for a long period of time, be sure to fully charge the battery at least once every two weeks. Over discharge of the battery can affect
the charging performance. Switching the power to Reset will prolong the battery life if you don't plan to use your Navman for a long period of time. 14
Navigating on the screen To operate your Navman, touch the screen with your fingertip. You can perform the following actions: F35/F37M F45/F47M Tap
Touch the screen once with your fingertip to open items or select onscreen buttons or options. Drag Hold your fingertip on the screen and drag
up/down/left/right or across the screen. (This is not supported by all applications.) Tap and hold Tap and hold your fingertip until an action is complete, or a
result or menu is shown. (This is not supported by all applications.) How do I adjust the volume? The volume on your Navman can be adjusted by the volume
control on the Volume preference screen.
To mute the volume from the map screens, tap you to shortcut directly to the volume screen. and then tap . Tap and hold a bit longer allows For more
information on how to adjust the volume on your Navman, see "Volume" on page 77. 15 How do I get started? Note: The first time you use your Navman, it
may take up several minutes to establish a GPS connection. For more information about GPS, refer to the GPS Frequently Asked Questions guide on the
enclosed DVD. How do I turn my Navman on for the first time? To get started for the first time, complete the following steps: 1. 2. Read the Important Safety
Information on page 2. Position your Navman Follow the instructions on page 9. Note: Ensure that your Navman does not obstruct the driver's view, or
interfere with the operation of the vehicle airbags and safety devices.
3. Turn your Navman on Your Navman will turn on and display the Language screen. 4. Select your preferred language From the Select Language screen, tap
your preferred language. To prevent the Select Language screen from displaying on each start-up, clear the Show on start-up check box.
You can change your preferred language while using your Navman, see "Language" on page 82. 5. Read the warning message a) b) 6. The Safety Agreement
screen will display after you have selected your preferred language. Read the Safety Agreement message.
To confirm that you have read and understood the message, tap Accept. The Tutorial will display. View the Tutorial When you have accepted the Safety
Agreement, the first Tutorial screen will display. To prevent the Tutorial from displaying again on start-up, clear the Show tutorial on start-up check box. To
move forward through the Tutorial screens, tap To view the previous screen, tap . . To view the Tutorial again while using your Navman, see "Tutorial" on
page 92. Note: If you have maps installed from multiple continents, you may be prompted to select the maps you require. To use maps from a different
continent at a later time, you can select a different map via the Select Map screen in the Select Map 3/3 preferences; refer to page 75. 16 When you have
finished the Tutorial, the 3D Map screen will display.
If you have a GPS fix, your current location will be displayed on the map. 17 What are the main screens I will use? Main Menu screen The Main Menu screen
is your starting point for searching for a destination. The Main Menu screens also allow you to enter an address for your destination and customise
preferences. The Main Menu can be accessed from the map screens by tapping bottom of any screen. or by tapping the status bar at the Note: The Main Menu
screens may differ from those displayed above, depending on your Navman model. Map screens There are five map screens used to view the route to your
destination: 3D Map 2D Map Traffic Overview (Not available on all models) Route Overview Turn-by-TurnTM The Map screens can be accessed from the
Main Menu screen by tapping You can cycle through the different map screens by tapping screen will display briefly as your cycle through). . on any map
screen (the name of the map 18 For more information on the map screens, see "How do I view my route?" on page 38. For information on using the Map
menu from the 3D Map and 2D Map screens, see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 48. 19 How do I navigate with GPS? The Global Positioning
System (GPS) is available at any time, free of charge, and is accurate to within 5m (15ft).
GPS navigation is made possible by a network of satellites that orbit the Earth at around 20,200km (12,552mi). Each satellite transmits a range of signals
which are utilised by GPS receivers, such as your Navman, to determine an exact location. Although a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to 12 satellites
at any time, only four signals are required to provide a position or "GPS fix" (latitude and longitude), for vehicle navigation systems. How does my Navman
receive GPS signals? Your Navman receives GPS signals via the internal GPS antenna. To guarantee the optimum GPS signal strength, ensure your Navman
is outdoors, or in a vehicle outdoors, and has an unobstructed view of the sky.
GPS reception is not usually affected by weather, however, very heavy rain or snow may have a negative effect on your reception. How do I view my GPS
status? You can view your GPS status at any time from the map screens or the Viewfinder screen. displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when
a GPS fix is unavailable. To indicate the reception strength of a GPS displays between one and four green vertical bars. fix, To view your GPS status in more
detail, see "GPS Status" on page 80.
To set your GPS mode, see "Setting your GPS mode" on page 81. 20 How do I go from A to B? Your Navman is equipped with maps that provide street-level
detail for door-to-door navigation, including Points of Interest (POIs) such as accommodation, parking areas, petrol stations, railway stations and airports.
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When you ... know the address of your destination want to make multiple stops need to find a named site, feature, landmark or public venue want to navigate
to a NavpixTM location Then ... use the address-entry wizard to enter the address "How do I search for an address?" on page 22. use the Multi-stop Trip
Planner screen to enter multiple waypoints "How do I create a trip with multiple stops?" on page 26.
search for a Point of Interest "How do I search for a Point of Interest (POI)?" on page 30. use the Go To NavPix screen to navigate to a preinstalled
NavpixTM "How do I navigate to a NavpixTM?" on page 58. WARNING: For your safety, enter destination information before you start a journey. Do not
enter a destination while driving. What if I miss a turn? Back-On-TrackTM Automatic Rerouting You will be redirected if you make a wrong turn. A message
informing you that your route is being re-calculated will display at the top of the screen. To cancel a route re-calculation tap . A warning will display, asking
you to confirm the cancellation. If confirmed, both the re-calculation and your current route will be cancelled. 21 How do I search for an address? Enter a
destination using the Destination Search, Keyboard and Preview screens, which used together form an address-entry wizard.
This section provides a case study to help guide you through setting your destination. Note: In some countries, you can search for your destination by
postcode or zip code. If you are in the United Kingdom, and you know the postcode of your destination, you can search for it from the Destination Search
screen by tapping Postcode, then entering a postcode of up to eight characters. Quick Steps 1. 2.
3. 4. 5. 6. Open the Destination Search screen Select the country Search for the city/area Search for the street Search for the house number Tap .
Case Study: How do I search for an address? This case study will show you how to enter an address and how to navigate to it. The address used in this
example is 1 Cheyne Walk Street Horley Surrey AB1 2CD, United Kingdom. Note: The above address is fictitious and used as an example only. Tip: Before
you enter your destination address, ensure that you have set your route preferences. For more information, see "Route Options" on page 68. 1. Open the
Destination Search screen The Destination Search screen will display. Note: If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from
more than one country installed, then the Select a map screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen. Go directly to step 2b. The next time you
perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected.
22 2. Select the country Note: If you only have the maps of one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your destination by default and
cannot be changed. Go to step 3. a) From the Destination Search screen, tap The Select a map screen will display. . b) 3. Select United Kingdom from the list.
The Destination Search screen will display. Search for the City/Area a) From the Destination Search screen, tap City/Area. The Keyboard screen will display.
b) Use the Keyboard screen to search for Horley as the city or area of your destination, then tap the search result. The Destination Search screen will display.
4. Search for the street name and house number a) From the Destination Search screen, tap Street Address. The Keyboard screen will display.
23 Using the Keyboard screen The Keyboard screen will display when you are required to enter text, such as when searching for a street name. Search results
will be listed in matching order, with the closest matches appearing at the top of the list. A maximum of 99 results will display. The Keyboard screen can
display with various layouts depending on the information you need to enter, including alphabet, number, alternate characters and combinations of these. You
can also choose the type of keyboard you prefer from alphabetic, QWERTY and keypad.
For more information, see "Keyboard" on page 87. As you select each character, the first two results will display. Tap To delete a character, tap . , then scroll
to see more search results. To select a character or a search result, tap the character or search result. To display more characters, tap 123, alt or abc, if
available. Using the Destination Search screen The Destination Search screen is used to select your destination by area, street, Points of Interest,
intersection, city, area, state or country. As you specify each part of the address, it will display at the top of the screen. The available options will change to
reflect the parts of the address still to be completed. 24 b) Use the Keyboard screen to enter Cheyne Walk as the street name of your destination, then tap the
search result.
Note: There may be multiple matches for a particular street name. Long streets that run through several neighbouring areas, and common street names will
produce search results ordered by their city or area name. c) Use the Keyboard screen to enter 1 as the house number of your destination, then tap the search
result. The Preview screen will display. Note: If house numbers are available, but not the one that you require, you may have to choose the same street in a
neighbouring area. Tap and select another search result. If house numbers are not available for your selected section of the street the Preview screen will
display. d) Complete the following: Then ...
tap . If you want to ... navigate to your selected destination Your route is calculated; the 3D Map screen will display.
view the position on the map screen view more information about your destination add the destination to a multi-stop trip tap the map to display the position
on the 2D Map screen. tap More. The Destination Details screen will display. tap Add. The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display.
The address is listed as a waypoint on the multi-stop trip. @@save the destination as My Home tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as
My Home. save the destination as a favourite tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as Favourite. 25 How do I create a trip with multiple
stops? You can use the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen to set multiple stops or waypoints for your trip. Your route will be calculated to go via each of these
points in the specified order. Waypoints can be added via the Multi-stop Trip Planner screen or by selecting Location, then Add to Trip from the pop-up Map
menu on the 2D Map or 3D Map screen.
You can save up to 198 multi-stop trips, each with up to 14 waypoints. Note: Waypoints added, updated or deleted after a multi-stop trip has commenced will
not affect the current route. Quick Steps 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Start your Multi-stop trip Select the country Search for the city/area Search for the street and house
number Add additional waypoints Tap .
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Case Study: How do I navigate to multiple addresses? This case study will show you how to set a multi-stop trip by entering multiple waypoints.
The address used in this example is: 1 Cheyne Walk Street Horley Surrey AB1 2CD, United Kingdom. Note: The above address is used as an example only.
Tip: Before you enter your destination address, ensure that you have set your route preferences. For more information, see "Route Options" on page 68. 1.
Open your Multi-stop Trip screen The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display. 26 a) Tap Add. The Add to Trip Menu will display. b) Tap Address. The
Destination Search screen will open.
Note: You can also add waypoints using favourites, recent destinations, POI locations and NavpixTM. 2. Select the country Note: If you only have the maps of
one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your destination by default and cannot be changed. Go to step 3. a) From the Destination
Search screen, tap The Select a map screen will display. . b) 3. Select United Kingdom from the list. The Destination Search screen will display. Search for the
City/Area a) From the Destination Search screen, tap City/Area.
The Keyboard screen will display. b) Use the Keyboard screen to search for Horley as the city or area of your destination, then tap the search result. The
Destination Search screen will display. 27 4. Search for the street name and house number a) From the Destination Search screen, tap Street Address. The
Keyboard screen will display. b) Use the Keyboard screen to enter Navman Street as the street name of your destination, then tap the search result. Note:
There may be multiple matches for a particular street name. Long streets that run through several neighbouring areas, and common street names will produce
search results ordered by their city or area name. c) Use the Keyboard screen to enter 1 as the house number of your destination.
The Preview screen will display. Note: If house numbers are available, but not that you require, you may have to choose the same street in a neighbouring
area. If house numbers are not available for your selected section of the street the Destination Preview screen will display. d) Tap Add. The waypoint is
automatically saved and the Multi-stop-Trip screen will display.
28 e) Complete the following: Then ... tap Add. The Add To Trip Menu will display.
return to step 1a. tap The Preview screen will display. tap . The 3D Map screen will display the calculated route. If you want to ... add another waypoint Note:
Waypoints added after a multi-stop trip has commenced will not be included in the current route. navigate to your selected destination change the order of
your waypoints tap a destination point to move. The Preview screen will display.
tap Up or Down. The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will redisplay. delete all waypoints delete one waypoint tap Clear. tap a destination point to delete. The
Preview screen will display. tap Delete. The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will redisplay. How do I skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip? To skip a
waypoint during a multi-stop trip, complete the following: 1. Tap the map. The Map Menu will display.
2. Tap Route, then Skip Waypoint. The next waypoint will be skipped and the route recalculated to the following waypoint. 29 How do I search for a Point of
Interest (POI)? A POI is a named site, feature, landmark or public venue which can be displayed as an icon on the map. POIs are grouped by type, such as
petrol stations, parking, beaches and museums.
Select a POI using the Destination Search, Keyboard and Preview screens, which used together to form a POI-entry wizard. Tip: You can also quickly search
for certain POIs based upon your current location via the Main Menu screen. This section provides a case study to help guide you through finding or setting
your POI as a destination. Quick Steps 1. 2.
3. 4. 5. Open the Destination Search screen Select a country Search for the City/Area Search for a POI Tap . Case Study: How do I search for a Point of
Interest? This case study will show you how to enter an address and navigate to it. The address used in this example is: Waterloo Railway Station Road
(A301), Waterloo London SE1 8UD United Kingdom. Note: The above address is fictitious and used as an example only. 1. Open the Destination Search
screen The Destination Search screen will display. Note: If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from more than one
country installed, then the Select a map screen will display instead of the Destination Search screen.
Go directly to step 2b. The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination Search screen will open as expected. 30 2. Select the country Note: If you
only have the maps of one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your destination by default and cannot be changed. Go to step 3. a) From
the Destination Search screen, tap The Select a map screen will display. . b) 3. Select United Kingdom from the list. The Destination Search screen will
display.
Search for the city/area a) From the Destination Search screen, tap City/Area. The Keyboard screen will display. b) Use the Keyboard screen to search for
London as the city or area of your destination, then tap the search result. The Select POI Category screen will display. Tip: The list of categories is divided
into Enabled Categories which are set to display an icon on the map screens, and Other POI Categories which will not display an icon.
31 4. Search for a POI a) Either tap Search by name to search in all POI categories, or select a category from the list. The Keyboard screen will display. b)
Use the Keyboard screen to search for Waterloo Railway Station as your destination, then tap the search result. @@@@tap More.
The Destination Details screen will display. tap Add. The Multi-stop Trip Planner screen will display. The address is listed as a waypoint on the multi-stop
trip. @@tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as My Home. save the destination as a favourite tap Save. The New Favourite screen will
display. @@@@@@@@2.
Search for an address until the Preview screen is displayed. Tap Save. @@@@@@The Favourite Preview screen will display. See "How do I navigate to a
Favourite?" on page 34. save as My Home tap Save as My Home. The favourite is saved as My Home. The My Home Preview screen will display. @@The
Favourite Preview screen will display. 2. Tap .
Your Navman will calculate the route from your current location. @@@@The My Home Preview screen will display. 2. Tap . Your Navman will calculate the
route from your current location.
@@The Favourite Preview screen will display. 2. Tap Edit. The Edit Name screen will display. 3.
4. 5. To edit the name of the favourite, tap . . @@Complete the following: Then ... tap Save. The favourite is saved.
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@@The favourite is saved as My Home.
@@The Favourite Preview screen will display. 2. Tap Delete. When the Caution dialog-box opens, tap Yes to confirm. The favourite is deleted. @@@@view
the full address details of the recent location tap More. The Recent Destination Details screen will display. save the recent location as My Home tap Save. The
New Favourite screen will display. tap Save as My Home.
save the recent location as a favourite tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. @@@@@@Tap and drag the screen, to move across the map. Tap
the map to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 48). Note: Depending on the country you are travelling in, the colour of the
direction and distance buttons may differ from the above example.
Item Next instruction Direction and distance of next turn Route Current position Speed indicator Status bar Description The direction and name of the street
to turn in to. The direction and distance to your next turn. Note: To repeat the spoken prompt of your next turn, tap the turn arrow. Your current route is
highlighted. Your current position is marked with .
Displays when you exceed your set speed limit. For more information, see "Driver Alerts 4/5" on page 71. Displays one of the following: The name of the
street you are located on Speed warnings Active POIs. Tap to display the Main Menu screen. Note: The Status Bar is replaced by current Traffic events, when
Traffic is enabled. For more information, see "Traffic" on page 83. Main Menu The Main Menu button allows you to enter an address for your destination
and customise preferences. 38 Item Distance and Time Information Description Tap to expand and see the following options: Time km/h or mph (Speed) TTG
(Time to Go) DTG (Distance to Go) ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival). Tap to cycle through the options Cancel route Zoom Cancels your current route. To
view zoom options, tap To zoom out, tap To zoom in, tap .
. . Map Mute/unmute volume, TMC*, battery and GPS information. The Map button allows you to cycle through different map screens. Tap to expand and see
the following options: Mute/unmute volume TMC traffic status indicator. For more information, see "How does my Navman receive traffic information?" on
page 61. Battery charge indicator GPS status indicator The icon displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is unavailable. To
indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix between one and four green vertical bars are displayed. * TMC feature is not available on all models. 39 2D Map
screen The 2D Map screen shows your current position (if a GPS fix is active) and surrounding street names.
If a route has been calculated, the route and turns are highlighted. The 2D Map screen follows your direction of travel unless the Map Display preference is
set to North (see "Map Display" page 73). Tap and drag the screen, to move across the map. Tap the map, to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map
Menu?" on page 48). Note: Depending on the country you are travelling in, the colour of the direction and distance buttons may differ from the above
example.
Item Next instruction Direction and distance of next turn Route Current position Status bar Description The direction and name of the street to turn in to. The
direction and distance to your next turn. Note: To repeat the spoken prompt of your next turn, tap the turn arrow. Your current route is highlighted. Your
current position is marked with Displays one of the following: The name of the street you are located on Speed warnings Active POIs.
Tap to display the Main Menu screen. Note: The Status Bar is replaced by current Traffic events, when Traffic is enabled. For more information, see "Traffic"
on page 83. . Main Menu Distance and Time Information The Main Menu button allows you to enter an address for your destination and customise
preferences. Tap to expand and see the following options: Time km/h or mph (Speed) TTG (Time to Go) DTG (Distance to Go) ETA (Estimated Time of
Arrival). Tap to cycle through the options 40 Item Cancel route Zoom Description Cancels your current route. To view zoom options, tap To zoom out, tap To
zoom in, tap . . .
Map Mute/unmute volume, TMC*, battery and GPS information. The Map button allows you to cycle through different map screens. Tap to expand and see
the following options: Mute/unmute volume TMC traffic status indicator. For more information, see "How does my Navman receive traffic information?" on
page 61. Battery charge indicator GPS status indicator The icon displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is unavailable. To
indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix between one and four green vertical bars are displayed. * TMC feature is not available on all models. 41 Traffic
Overview screen (select models only) Note: Traffic information is only available on selected model and in selected countries. The Traffic Overview screen
displays a general overview of the traffic situation on your route, including all events in the immediate vicinity. Tap and drag the screen, to move across the
map.
Tap the map, to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 48) Item Description Your final destination Event icon Current position
Displays icon to indicate type of event Your current position is marked with Tap to display the Event List screen . Status bar Displays one of the following:
The name of the street you are located on Speed warnings Active POIs. Tap to display the Main Menu screen. Note: The Status Bar is replaced by current
Traffic events, when Traffic is enabled. For more information, see "Traffic" on page 83.
Tap to display the Traffic System Status screen. Cancel route Zoom Cancels your current route. To view zoom options, tap To zoom out, tap To zoom in, tap . .
.
Map The Map button allows you to cycle through different map screens. 42 Item Mute/unmute volume, TMC*, battery and GPS information. Description Tap
to expand and see the following options: Mute/unmute volume TMC traffic status indicator. For more information, see "How does my Navman receive traffic
information?" on page 61. Battery charge indicator GPS status indicator The icon displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is
unavailable. To indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix between one and four green vertical bars are displayed. * TMC feature is not available on all
models. 43 Route Overview screen The Route Overview screen gives you a bird's eye view of your trip. Note: A route must first have been calculated for this
screen to be available. Tap and drag the screen, to move across the map.
Tap the map to view the Map Menu (see "How do I use the Map Menu?" on page 48). Note: Depending on the country you are travelling in, the colour of the
direction and distance buttons may differ from the above example.
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Item Next instruction Direction and distance of next turn Description The direction and name of the street to turn in to. The direction and distance to your
next turn. Note: To repeat the spoken prompt of your next turn, tap the turn arrow. Your final destination Route Current position Scale bar Main Menu Status
bar Your current route is highlighted. Your current position is marked with Displays map scale. The Main Menu button allows you to enter an address for
your destination and customise preferences. Displays one of the following: The name of the street you are located on Speed warnings Active POIs. Tap to
display the Main Menu screen.
Note: The Status Bar is replaced by current Traffic events, when Traffic is enabled. For more information, see "Traffic" on page 83. ; if visible. 44 Item
Distance and Time Information Description Tap to expand and see the following options: Time km/h or mph (Speed) TTG (Time to Go) DTG (Distance to Go)
ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival). Tap to cycle through the options.
Cancel route Zoom Cancels your current route. To view zoom options, tap To zoom out, tap To zoom in, tap . . . Map Mute/unmute volume, TMC*, battery
and GPS information.
The Map button allows you to cycle through different map screens. Tap to expand and see the following options: Mute/unmute volume TMC traffic status
indicator. For more information, see "How does my Navman receive traffic information?" on page 61. Battery charge indicator GPS status indicator The icon
displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is unavailable. To indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix between one and four
green vertical bars are displayed. * TMC feature is not available on all models. 45 Turn-by-Turn screen The Turn-by-Turn screen displays the next four turns
of your route, the turn direction, the street name and the distance to the turn. You can view all the turns in the list, using the up and down arrows. Note: A
route must first have been calculated for this screen to be available. Note: Depending on the country you are travelling in, the colour of the direction and
distance buttons may differ from the above example.
Item Direction of turn Description The direction of the turn. Your next turn is highlighted. Note: To Repeat the spoken prompt of your next turn, tap the turn
arrow. Distance to turn Instruction Next turn Upcoming turns Main Menu Status bar The distance to your next turn. Your next turn is highlighted. The
direction and name of the street to turn in to. Your next turn is highlighted. Your next turn is at the top of the list. The direction and distance of upcoming
turns. The Main Menu button allows you to enter an address for your destination and customise preferences.
Displays one of the following: The name of the street you are located on Speed warnings Active POIs. Tap to display the Main Menu screen. Note: The Status
Bar is replaced by current Traffic events, when Traffic is enabled. For more information, see "Traffic" on page 83. 46 Item Distance and Time Information
Description Tap to expand and see the following options: Time km/h or mph (Speed) TTG (Time to Go) DTG (Distance to Go) ETA (Estimated Time of
Arrival).
Tap to cycle through the options Scroll buttons Map Mute/unmute volume, TMC*, battery and GPS information. Allow you to view each turn by moving up
and down through the list. The Map button allows you to cycle through different map screens Tap to expand and see the following options: Mute/unmute
volume TMC traffic status indicator. For more information, see "How does my Navman receive traffic information?" on page 61. Battery charge indicator
GPS status indicator The icon displays green when a GPS fix is established and red when a GPS fix is unavailable.
To indicate the reception strength of a GPS fix between one and four green vertical bars are displayed. * TMC feature is not available on all models. 47 How
do I use the Map Menu? The Map Menu allows you to access navigational functions from the 3D Map and 2D Map screens. Displaying the Map Menu 1. 2. 3.
Tap to display the 3D Map or 2D Map screen. Tap and drag to move around the map to your selected location. Tap the map. The Map Menu will display.
Map Menu options The following options are available via the Map Menu: Menu Option Navigate To Show Details Description Calculates a route from your
current location, if your Navman has a GPS fix. Displays the Preview screen from where you can: View details of the location Add the location to your multistop trip Saves the location as a favourite Navigate to the location Nearest POI Avoid Area Un-Avoid Area Add to Trip Route Displays the Select POI
Category screen. Select the Category, then Search for a POI to navigate to. For further information, see "How do I search for a Point of Interest (POI)?" on
page 30. Allows you to add an Avoid Area by tapping and dragging the map. For further information, see "How do I add an Avoid Area?" on page 49. Deletes
the selected Avoid Area. For further information, see "How do I delete an Avoid Area?" on page 49. Adds the location to your multi-stop trip. Displays the
Route sub-menu from where you can: Set as Start.
Sets the location as your departure point. Demonstrate. Starts the route demonstration, demonstrating navigation from your current position or departure
point. Stop Demonstration. Stops the route demonstration.
Skip Waypoint. Skips the next stop on your multi-stop trip. Show Summary. Displays a summary of your route, including your departure and destination
addresses, total distance and total estimated time to your destination. Detour.
Detours your route to avoid the next 1, 2, 5, 10 or 20 kilometres. 48 How do I avoid an area? Your Navman can calculate a route that avoids a specified area
on the map. Avoid Areas are displayed as shaded areas. CAUTION: If no alternative route around an Avoid Area exists, the route calculation will fail. If your
destination is in an Avoid Area, your Navman will navigate you into that Avoid Area. How do I add an Avoid Area? 1. 2. 3. Tap the 3D Map or 2D Map
screen to display the Map Menu. Select Avoid Area.
Tap and drag to set the Avoid Area to the correct size and position. The Avoid Area is added. How do I delete an Avoid Area? 1. 2. 3. Find the Avoid Area
that you want to delete. Tap the Avoid Area to display the Map Menu. Select Un-Avoid Area. The Avoid Area is deleted. How do I delete all Avoid Areas? The
Saved Information screen will display.
1. 2. Tap Delete Avoid Areas. When the Caution dialog-box opens, tap Yes to confirm. All Avoid Areas are permanently deleted.
49 How do I preview a route? Route demonstration allows you to: Preview a route. Plan and view a route without a GPS fix, such as when you are inside a
building. The following steps will show you how to preview one route. 1. Select a departure point If you have a GPS fix, you do not need to select a departure
point unless you want the demonstrated route to start elsewhere.
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a) Tap the 3D Map or 2D Map screen at your desired departure point. The Map Menu will display. b) c) 2. Tap Route. The Route submenu will display. Tap
Set As Start. The Map Menu will close, and the selected point is set as your departure point. Select a destination point Set a destination either by using the
address entry wizard or by using the Map Menu: a) b) c) Locate your destination. Tap your destination to display the Map Menu. Tap Navigate To.
The Map Menu will close and the map screen will display the calculated route. 3. Demonstrate the route Once the route has been determined, you can
demonstrate the route by completing the following: a) b) c) Tap the map screen to display the Map Menu. Tap Route. The Route submenu will display. Tap
Demonstrate. The Map screen will display the calculated route in Route Demonstration mode. 50 How do I view my route statistics? Note: This feature is not
available on all models. The Mio provides information on your: distance travelled average speed maximum speed time taken for trip stationary time. Trip
information is presented in two different ways.
These are: information for the current trip information for all trips to date, or since the tripmeter was last reset. How do I view statistics on my current route?
The Tripmeter - Current Route screen is used to view statistical information for your current trip. Note: A long press on the top right button of the main map
screen will also shortcut to this feature. The Tripmeter - Current Route screen will display. Complete the following: If you want to .
.. view statistics for your trips to date reset the tripmeter Then ...
tap tap Reset. tap Yes to reset. The Tripmeter - Current Route screen will display to display the Tripmeter - Global screen. 51 How do I view statistics of my
trips to date? The Tripmeter - Global screen is used to view statistical information for all of your trips to date, or since the trip meter was last reset. The
Tripmeter - Global screen will display. Complete the following: If you want to ... view your trip logs Then ..
. tap to display the Trip Recorder screen. to display the Tripmeter - Current Route screen. view statistics for your current route tap reset the tripmeter tap
Reset. A Warning dialog box will display. tap Yes to reset. The Tripmeter - Global screen will display. 52 How do I view my trip logs? Note: Trip Recorder is
only available on some models. The Trip Recorder screen is used to record trip logs of your current trip. The Trip Recorder only records trip logs if you have
chosen to record the logs.
The Trip Recorder screen will display. Complete the following: If you want to ... view statistics for your current route stop recording your trip logs delete your
trip logs Then .
.. tap twice to display the Tripmeter - Current Route screen. tap Stop Logging. tap Stop Logging.
tap Delete Logs to remove the logs. 53 How do I use NavPixTM? Note: NavPixTM functionality is only available on some models. Pictures with a GPS fix are
called NavPixTM and can be used to navigate to the photographed location. How do I manage my NavPix Album management TM ? The albums contain all
your NavPixTM and display them as thumbnails. You can store your NavPixTM in customizable albums on the Navman internal memory. Element Browse
Delete Description Displays the Select an Album screen, from where you can select another album. Deletes selected NavPixTM from the displayed album.
Displays the previous screen. Album title NavPix TM The title of the album. Tapping this bar allows you to return to the main menu.
A NavPixTM thumbnail in the displayed album: To select a NavPixTM, tap the thumbnail. The NavPixTM Details screen will display To select multiple
NavPixTM, tap and hold the first thumbnail, then drag across the other thumbnails. When a NavPixTM is selected it displays with a green border. Note: If the
NavPixTM has been given a title it will display beneath the NavPixTM. If the NavPixTM has not been given a title, the file name of the NavPixTM will display.
thumbnail Scroll buttons Use the scroll buttons to scroll through the NavPixTM. Displays if the picture is a NavPixTM, with embedded GPS coordinates. 54
How do I delete NavPixTM from an Album? NavPixTM can be deleted from an Album on your Navman internal memory. Note: When a NavPixTM has been
saved as a Favourite destination, you will not delete the Favourite if you subsequently remove the NavPixTM. 1.
2. 3. From the Album screen, tap Browse. The Select an Album screen will display. Select the Album you want to view.
Tap and hold, then drag across the screen to select the NavPixTM you want to delete. As each NavPixTM is selected, a green border will appear around it. To
cancel a selection, tap and drag across the NavPixTM again. 4. 5.
When you have finished the selection, tap Delete. A warning screen will display, asking you to confirm or cancel the procedure. If confirmed, the NavPixTM
will be deleted. Tip: You can also delete a single NavPixTM via the Photo Details screen. 55 NavPixTM management The NavPixTM Details screen displays
information about your NavPixTM. Tap a NavPixTM to display the Photo Details screen. Element Thumbnail NavPix Title Show on Map Description A
thumbnail of the NavPixTM. Tap to display the NavPixTM in full-screen. The title of the NavPixTM; tap Edit to add a title or edit the existing title. When
selected, displays an icon on the map at the location the NavPixTM was taken.
Note: Show on map is available only if this is a NavPixTM with embedded GPS coordinates. Tap to return to your album. Time / Date and Location
Coordinates Displays the time and date the NavPixTM was taken. Displays the GPS coordinates if available. Tap the scroll buttons to scroll through your
album. Assign Edit Delete Allows you to save a NavPixTM to an existing favourite or as a POI, if GPS coordinates are associated with the NavPixTM. Allows
you to edit the name of the NavPixTM using the Keyboard screen. Deletes a NavPixTM from the album on your Navman. Your route will be calculated and
displayed on the 3D Map screen. Note: This button is only available if this is a NavPixTM with embedded GPS coordinates.
56 How do I view a NavPix TM in full-screen? 1. From the NavPix Details screen, tap the thumbnail of the NavPixTM. The NavPixTM will appear in fullscreen. TM Note: The icons disappear after a few seconds; tap the screen to have them reappear. 2.
Complete the following: Then ... TM If you want to ..
. zoom into the NavPix Tap Tap Tap . The NavPixTM will rotate 90 degrees anticlockwise each time tapped; the NavPixTM is saved at the new angle. tap and
hold the NavPixTM, then drag across the screen. Tap Tap is zoom out of the NavPix rotate the NavPix TM TM view parts of the NavPixTM not displayed onscreen return to the NavPixTM Details screen scroll through your NavPixTM How do I add or edit a NavPixTM description? A descripton can be added to
your NavPixTM or an existing descripton can be edited.
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The description can be a maximum of 34 characters. 1. 2. From the NavPixTM Details screen, tap Edit. The Keyboard screen will display.
Tap each character as required. The description will appear at the top of the screen When the description is completed, tap . The NavPixTM Details screen
will display, with a new description under the thumbnail. 3. Note: A description can be added to your NavPixTM or an existing description can be edited only
if you have saved the NavPixTM as a POI or as a favourite. For more information see "How do I save a NavPixTM to a favourite?" on page 55 or "How do I
save a NavPixTM to a POI?" on page 60. 57 How do I navigate to a NavPix TM ? Your Navman contains preinstalled NavPixTM that you can navigate to. If
you have not yet navigated to a NavPixTM, three of the preinstalled NavPixTM will display on the Go To NavPixTM screen. Otherwise, three of your recently
used NavPixTM are displayed. Note: To navigate to a NavPixTM location, either a GPS fix must have been available when the NavPixTM was taken.
How do I navigate to a recent NavPixTM? 1. Tap the NavPixTM you want to navigate to. The Preview screen will display. 2. Tap .
Your Navman will calculate the route from your current location. The 3D Map screen will display. How do I navigate to a NavPixTM I have downloaded, or
was preinstalled? 1. Tap a NavPixTM. The NavPixTM Details screen will display.
2. Tap . Your Navman will calculate the route from your current location. The 3D Map screen will display. 58 How do I save a NavPix TM to a favourite?
Note: When a NavPixTM is saved to an existing favourite, only the image, and not the GPS coordinates, are associated with the favourite. 1. From the Album
screen, select and tap a NavPixTM. The NavPixTM Details screen will display. 2. From the NavPixTM Details screen, tap Assign.
The Save Photo screen will display. 3. Complete the following: Then ... . tap The Keyboard screen will display. Enter a name for your Favourite, then tap If
you want to ...
edit the name of the favourite save the NavPix as a Favourite (when GPS coordinates are associated with a picture) save a picture to an address TM tap Save
as Favourite and select A new favourite from the list. The NavPixTM is saved as a new Favourite and the Photo Details screen will display. Note: You cannot
save a NavPixTM as a favourite if GPS coordinates are not available. tap Save as Favourite and select a favourite from the list. The NavPixTM is saved to a
favourite and the Photo Details screen will display.
59 How do I save a NavPix TM to a POI? Note: Only a NavPixTM with embedded GPS coordinates can be saved as a POI. 1. From the Album screen, select
and tap a NavPixTM. The NavPixTM Details screen will display. 2.
From the NavPixTM Details screen, tap Assign. The Save Photo screen will display. 3. 4. Tap Save as POI. The Select POI Categories screen will display.
Complete the following: Then ... .
tap The Keyboard screen will display. Enter a name for your POI, then tap If you want to ... edit the name of the POI save the NavPix as a POI (when GPS
coordinates are associated with a picture) TM tap Save as POI and select POI Category from the list, then tap . Note: You cannot save a NavPixTM as a
favourite if GPS coordinates are not available. create a new custom POI category and save a NavPixT as a POI tap New category to create a custom POI
category. The Keyboard screen will display. . Enter a name for your POI category, then tap The Select POI Categories screen will display the new POI
category.
select the POI Category from the list, then tap . 60 How do I receive current traffic information? (Select models only) Note: Traffic information is only
available on selected model and in selected countries. Your Navman can receive current traffic information for all main roads and motorways, enabling you
to avoid potential delays on your route. Event messages and traffic icons will display as they occur. If an event message obscures your current location, the
map will adjust to display both the message and your location.
How does my Navman receive traffic information? You can receive current traffic information on your Mio via an optional traffic accessory. The TMC service
is subscription-free. Note: To receive traffic information, you must connect your Navman to the in-car charger. The Traffic Message Channel (TMC)
broadcasts real-time traffic and weather information via the FM Radio Data System (RDS). FM radio stations transmit TMC data on a cycle of several
minutes, with hundreds of events able to be broadcast to TMC receivers, such as the Navman Traffic module.
Traffic status Your current traffic status is indicated by the colour of the TMC icon. To view your current traffic status from the map screens, tap The
following table describes the three traffic status icons: Traffic Status Description The TMC status is grey if traffic is currently inactive due to one of the
following conditions: Your Navman or Traffic module is connecting to the TMC service. Your Navman or Traffic module cannot receive TMC data. This may
be due to poor radio coverage in the local vicinity. You are in a country that is not supported by the Navman Traffic module. Tap to display the Traffic
Overview screen. The TMC status is orange if one of the following conditions apply: You have navigated into a country that is not supported by Navman
Traffic, but there are still traffic events listed on the Event List screen. You have separated your Navman from the Navman Traffic module, or the Navman
Traffic module is not receiving power but there are still traffic events listed on the Event List screen. Tap to display the Traffic Overview screen. The TMC
status is green if your Navman or Traffic module is active and receiving traffic events.
Tap to display the Traffic Overview screen. and then tap . Your traffic status is displayed in more detail on the Traffic System Status screen. 61 How will I
know when a Traffic Event occurs? Incoming events are handled according to your Traffic preferences. For more information, see "Traffic" on page 83. When
travelling through an area in which you can receive traffic status, your Navman will decode these events and display them on-screen. An icon will display at
the event location on the map screens, and an audible warning is given if an event is on your route. Where the extent of an event is a specific distance, the
road will be highlighted and arrows will indicate the direction affected. A message will display at the bottom of the screen with the road name, the section of
road affected and the type of event that has occurred. The message remains on screen for 8 seconds and is added to the Event List.
62 How do I view a list of all events on my route? Your Navman creates a list of events as they are received, which is displayed on the Event List screen. This
screen can only be viewed if the TMC icon is green or orange.
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