12.7 cm / 5“ Navigation System
12.7 cm / 5“ Navigation System
MEDION® GoPal® P5x60
UK
Medion Electronics Ltd.
120 Faraday Park, Faraday Road, Dorcan
Swindon SN3 5JF, Wiltshire
United Kingdom
Hotline: 0871 37 61 020
(Costs 7p/min from a BT ladline,
mobile costs maybe higher)
Fax: 01793 71 57 16
To contact us by email please visit the „Service and
Support“ section of our website at www.medion.co.uk.
www.medion.co.uk
MSN 4004 3110
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Instruction Manual
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Contents
Contents .......................................................................................................... 1 Personal Data ........................................................................................ 6 Quality .................................................................................................. 6 Service .................................................................................................. 6 Copying This Manual ............................................................................ 6 About these Instructions .................................................................................. 7 Symbols and Key Words Used in these Instructions ................................... 7 Proper Use ....................................................................................................... 8 Information about Conformity ......................................................................... 8 Safety Instructions ............................................................................................ 9 Dangers for children and people with reduced ability to operate machinery
................................................................................................................. 9 Operational Safety..................................................................................... 9 Never carry out repairs yourself ............................................................... 10 Data Security ........................................................................................... 10 Operating Environment........................................................................... 11 Ambient temperature .............................................................................. 11 Electromagnetic Compatibility ................................................................ 12 Connection ............................................................................................. 12 Power supply through Car Adapter ..................................................... 12 Cabling ................................................................................................... 13 Battery Operation .................................................................................... 13 Care of the Display .................................................................................. 14 Supplied Items ............................................................................................... 15 Views ............................................................................................................. 16 Front Components .................................................................................. 16 Back Components ................................................................................... 17 Top Components .................................................................................... 17 Left Components .................................................................................... 18 Initial Set up ................................................................................................... 19 I. Charging the Battery ............................................................................ 19 II. Power Supply ...................................................................................... 20 Car Adapter ......................................................................................... 20 Alternative possibility of charging the battery ...................................... 20 III. Switching on the Device ..................................................................... 21 Main Views.......................................................................................... 23 1
General Operating Instructions ....................................................................... 25 Switching on/off the device ..................................................................... 25 Security .......................................................................................................... 27 Storing the password and the information note ....................................... 27 Making settings ....................................................................................... 28 SuperPIN and UUID ................................................................................. 29 Making subsequent settings .................................................................... 30 Password Request ................................................................................ 31 Resetting the Navigation System ..................................................................... 32 Reset ........................................................................................................ 32 Switching the Device off Completely / Hard Reset ................................... 33 Navigation ...................................................................................................... 34 Safety Instructions for Navigation ............................................................ 34 Notes for Use in a Vehicle..................................................................... 36 Aerial Orientation .................................................................................... 36 I. Mounting the Car Ho ............................................................................ 37 II. Attaching the Navigation System ......................................................... 38 III. Connecting the Car Adapter ............................................................... 38 IV. Starting the Navigation Software ........................................................ 40 Warning function for traffic monitoring points......................................... 41 Speech commands (optional) ......................................................................... 44 Bluetooth (optional) ....................................................................................... 49 Starting the Bluetooth Application ........................................................... 49 Overview of the Main Screen ................................................................... 49 Accepting incoming calls ..................................................................... 52 Making Calls ........................................................................................ 52 Show and Read Out Incoming Messages ................................................. 53 During a Call ........................................................................................... 54 MP3 Player (optional) ..................................................................................... 55 Overview of the Main Screen ................................................................... 55 Select a Title and Move it into the List of Favourites ................................. 56 List of Favourites .................................................................................. 57 List of the established bookmarks............................................................. 58 Picture Viewer (optional) ................................................................................ 59 Operating the Picture Viewer ................................................................... 59 Main Screen ............................................................................................. 59 Full Image View ................................................................................... 60 Travel Guide (optional) ................................................................................... 62 Overwiev of the Main Screen ................................................................... 62 Alarm Clock (waking function) (optional) ....................................................... 64 2
Overview of the main screen ................................................................... 64 Description of the Interfaces .................................................................... 65 Setting the System Time ...................................................................... 66 Selecting an Alarm Signal .................................................................... 67 Setting the Volume ............................................................................. 68 Snooze Function ................................................................................. 69 Ending the Alarm Clock Application .................................................... 69 Sudoku (optional) .......................................................................................... 70 Main Screen ............................................................................................ 70 Description of the switch fields ................................................................ 71 Overview of the game field ..................................................................... 72 Description of the control buttons ...................................................... 72 Traffic Rules Europe ........................................................................................ 73 FAQ ................................................................................................................ 74 Customer Service ........................................................................................... 75 Faults and Possible Causes ...................................................................... 75 Additional Support .................................................................................. 76 Special CleanUp Function ....................................................................... 77 Synchronisation with the PC .......................................................................... 81 I. Installing Microsoft® ActiveSync®............................................................ 81 II. Connecting with the PC ...................................................................... 82 Mass Storage mode ............................................................................. 83 ActiveSync®-Mode................................................................................ 83 Alternative possibility of charging the battery ...................................... 84 III. Working with Microsoft® ActiveSync® ................................................... 84 GPS (Global Positioning System) .................................................................... 85 TMC (Traffic Message Channel) (optional) ..................................................... 86 Premium TMC (optional)........................................................................ 86 Working with Memory Cards ......................................................................... 87 Inserting Memory Cards .......................................................................... 87 Removing Memory Cards ........................................................................ 87 Accessing Memory Cards .................................................................... 88 Data Exchange via Card Reader ........................................................... 88 Additional Card Material.......................................................................... 88 Transfer of card material to a memory card ......................................... 89 Alternate method of installing Navigation Software (using a memory
card) ................................................................................................... 89 Transferring Installation Files and Map Material to the Internal Memory
........................................................................................................... 90 Maintenance ........................................................................................... 91 3
Transport ................................................................................................. 91 Recycling and Disposal ............................................................................ 92 Specifications.................................................................................................. 93 Model Overview ............................................................................................. 94 FCC Compliance Statement ..................................................................... 95 Index .............................................................................................................. 96 4
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Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other
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countries. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. The names of actual
companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective
owners. Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Personal Data
Take a note for your proof of ownership:
Serial Number
....................................................................................
Password
....................................................................................
Information note
....................................................................................
SuperPIN
....................................................................................
UUID
....................................................................................
Date of Purchase
....................................................................................
Place of Purchase
....................................................................................
Please record the serial number into any appropriate guarantee documents.
You will enter your own password and information note using the Security
Function.
The SuperPIN and the UUID will be provided following the activation of the
Security Function. See Page 29.
Quality
The components used have been selected to provide a product that has a high
level of functionality and is user friendly, safe and reliable. A well-balanced
hardware and software design allows us to offer you a technologically advanced
navigation system, which is both practical and enjoyable to use.
Service
Our customer care is there to provide support and assistance whenever you
have questions or are experiencing problems.
This manual contains a section specific to Customer Service starting on page 41.
Copying This Manual
This document contains legally protected information. All rights reserved.
Copying in mechanical, electronic and any other form without the written
approval of the manufacturer is prohibited.
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About these Instructions
Read these operating instructions carefully before
using the appliance for the first time. Note the
warnings on the unit and in the operating
instructions.
Always keep the operating instructions close to
hand. If you sell the equipment or give it away,
make sure you also hand over these instructions
and the warranty card.
Symbols and Key Words Used in these Instructions
DANGER!
Warning: immediate mortal danger!
WARNING!
Warning: possible mortal danger and/or serious irreversible
injuries!
CAUTION!
Please note the following guidelines to avoid injuries and property
damage!
CAUTION!
Please note the following guidelines to avoid property damage!
NOTICE!
Additional information on using the device.
NOTICE!
Observe the notes in the instruction manual!
WARNING!
Warning: risk of electric shock!
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
Bulleted item/information on operating steps and results
►
Tasks to be performed
Proper Use
The device is designed as a receiver of GPS signals (position data provided from
satellites) for navigation and the determination of location. The device is
intended for private use only and not for industrial/commercial use.
Please note that we shall not be liable in case of improper use:

Do not modify the device without our consent and do not use any auxiliary
equipment which we have not approved or supplied.

Use only spare parts and accessories which we have supplied or approved.

Follow all the instructions in these directions for use, especially the safety
information. Any other use is deemed improper and can cause personal
injury or damage to the product.

Do not use the device in extreme ambient temperatures and conditions.
Information about Conformity
The following remote equipment has been supplied with this device:

Bluetooth (only with model P5460) (optional)
The company declares that this device is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Complete
declarations of conformity are available under www.medion.com/conformity.
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Safety Instructions
Dangers for children and people with reduced
ability to operate machinery

Do not allow small children to play unattended with electrical equipment.
Children are incapable of judging potential risks properly.

Keep the appliance and its accessories out of reach of children.
DANGER!
Keep plastic packaging out of reach of
children. There is a risk of suffocation.
Operational Safety
Please read this section carefully and follow all the instructions provided. This
will help ensure reliable operation and prolong the life of your appliance.
Keep the packaging and the user instructions for future reference or enquiries at
a later date. If you pass the article on to another person, you should pass on
these instructions.

Never open up the housing of the appliance. This contains no userserviceable parts. If the housing is opened there is a danger of electric
shock.

Please operate your navigation system with an approved power supply
only.

Do not place any objects on the appliance and do not exert any pressure
on the display. Otherwise there is a danger that the screen will break.

To avoid damage, do not touch the screen with sharp objects. We
recommend using only the stylus provided or finger when using the touchscreen functionality of the product.

There is a risk of injury if the display breaks. If this should occur, use
protective gloves to pack the broken parts and contact customer support to
arrange for disposal. Then wash your hands with soap, since there is a
possibility that chemicals may have escaped.
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Switch the appliance off immediately, or do not switch it on, and contact
Customer Service.

If the housing of the appliance becomes damaged or liquid may have
leaked into it the components must be checked by Customer Service in
order to avoid damage!
Never carry out repairs yourself
ATTENTION!
Never try to open or repair the appliance yourself.

Please contact our Service Centre if you encounter technical problems with
your appliance.

In the event a repair becomes necessary, please use Medion authorised
Service Partners. The address can be found on the back of your guarantee
card or online at www.medion.co.uk
Data Security
ATTENTION!
Every time you update your data make back-up copies
on an external storage medium. The supplier does not
assume liability for data loss or damage to data
storage units, and no claims will be accepted for
damages resulting from the loss of data or
consequential losses.
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Operating Environment
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to your appliance being damaged.
In cases where products are damaged as a result of misuse or neglect the
associated guarantee will be considered void.

Keep your navigation System and all connected devices away from
moisture and avoid exposure to dust, heat and direct sunlight, especially in
the car.

Make sure you prevent your appliance from getting wet, e.g. from rain and
hail, at all times. Please note that moisture can even build up inside a
protective pouch as a result of condensation.

Avoid heavy vibrations and shaking.

Please note the device should be installed vertically, this will ensure that the
device remains secure within its holder.
Ambient temperature

The appliance will operate effectively at an ambient temperature of
between +32°F and +95°F (0° C and 35 °C) and at a relative humidity of
between 10 % and 90 % (non-condensing).

In the powered down state the appliance can be stored at between -4°F
and +140°F (-20 °C + to 60 °C).

Store the appliance in a safe location, away from high temperatures (e.g.
when parking or from direct sunlight).
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Electromagnetic Compatibility

When connecting additional or other components the “Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive” (EMC) must be adhered to. Please note that only
screened cable (maximum 10ft) should be used with this appliance.

For optimal performance, maintain a distance of at least 10 ft. from sources
of high-frequency and magnetic interference (televisions, loudspeaker
systems, mobile telephones etc.).This will help to avoid malfunctions and
loss of data.

Electronic devices emit electromagnetic waves during operation.
These emissions are harmless, but can interfere with other devices operated
in close proximity.
While our devices are tested and optimised for electromagnetic compliance
in our laboratories, interference during operation may still occur in the
device itself and with other devices in its proximity.
Should such interference occur, try to eliminate it by adjusting the positions
of and the distances between the devices.
Before driving, please ensure that the electronic systems of the car are
working properly.
Connection
When connecting your appliance it is important to observe the following
instructions:
Power supply through Car Adapter

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The car adapter should only be connected to the lighter socket of a car
(car battery = DC 12V , truck battery = DC 24V ). If you are in any
doubt about the power source in your car, please contact your car
manufacturer.
Cabling

Arrange cables so that they do not cause unnecessary obstruction or risk
entanglement or snaring. E.g. ensure that the cables cannot be trod on, or
tripped over.

Do not put any objects on the cable, because it could be damaged if you
do so.

Do not use any force and pay attention to the correct orientation of the
plug when connecting the cables and plugs.

Do not permit any great forces to be exerted on the plug connections, from
the side, for example. This will lead to damage in and to your device if you
do so.

Avoid short circuiting and broken cable by not crushing or bending it
sharply.
Battery Operation
Your appliance is powered by an integrated battery. In order to prolong the life
and efficiency of your battery and ensure safe operation, follow the instructions
below:

Batteries cannot withstand excessive heat. Take care to avoid overheating
of appliance and the integrated battery. Failure to comply with this
instruction may lead to damage to or, even explosion of the battery.

Only use the car adapter to charge the battery.

The batteries are special category waste. When disposing of the
appliance ensure that this is done correctly. Contact Customer Service
for more details.
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Care of the Display

Avoid scratching the display surface as this may be easily damaged. We
recommend using a display protection film (mylar) to prevent scratching of
the screen. Please contact your nearest dealer for this accessory.
The plastic on the display at delivery is purely for protection during
transportation!

Ensure that no traces of water remain on the screen. Water can cause
irreversible discoloration.

Use only a soft, lint-free cloth to clean the screen.

Do not expose the screen to strong sunlight or ultraviolet radiation.
NOTICE!
Protective film is on the surfaces to protect the
device against scratching during production and
transportation. Pull off all the film after you have set
up the device correctly and before bringing it into
operation.
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Supplied Items
Please check the condition of items supplied and check for missing items using
the list below. If you find your package to be incomplete, please forward to us
all claims for missing items within 14 days from the date of purchase.
The package should include the following:

Navigation system

Power cable for cigarette lighter

Car holder and cradle

USB cable

CDs/DVDs with navigation software

Instruction manual and warranty card
WARNING!
Keep the packaging materials, such as plastic
bags away from children as there is a danger
of suffocation.
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Views
Front Components
Ref. Component
 Battery Charge
Indicator
 Touch Screen
 Microphone
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Description
The LED will flash orange during the charging
process. It will shine constant green when the
accumulator is fully charged.
Displays the output of your appliance. Tap on
the screen with your finger, a stylus or a "blunt"
tip to select menu commands or enter data.
Back Components
GPS
Antenna
Ref. Component
Description

Plays back music, language statements and
warnings.
Loudspeaker
Top Components
Ref. Component

Description
On-/ Off button Turn the device on or off by pressing and holding
the On/Off button. You will switch to the stand-by
mode or reactivate the device by quickly pressing
the button.
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Left Components
Ref
Component
Description

Memory card
insertion slot
with cover
Accepts an optional memory card for removable
storage.

Mini-USBConnector
Connection to external power supply as well as
connection for connecting to a PC by means of the
USB cable (for data matching)
NOTICE!
Close the cover again after using the memory card
each time.
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Initial Set up
The following is a step by step guide to assist in the initial Set-up of the
navigation system. Start by removing the protective plastic from the display.
I. Charging the Battery
The battery of your navigation system can be charged in the following ways:

Using the supplied car adapter or

using a suitable USB cable.
ATTENTION!
It may be necessary to initially charge the battery
for a considerable period of time prior to
commencing and running through the initial
installation, this is dependent on the level of charge
held at the time by the internal battery.
Please observe the following notes relating to the battery:

The charging status display LED will flash orange until the navigation
system is charged. If possible, do not interrupt the charging process until
the battery is fully charged. This may take a few hours. The charging
status LED will shine constant green if the battery has a high level of
charge. Leave the device charging for 20 further minutes, to ensure the
battery is fully charged.

The navigation system can be used during the charging process, but the
power supply must not be interrupted during initial set-up.

Leave the external power supply connected to the navigation system for
around
24 hours, so that the backup battery also charges-up fully.

The external power supply can remain connected; this is recommended
for continuous operation. However, the mains adapter (optional) must
remain switched on whenever it is connected to the navigation system.

Even after a power source has been connected to the device it may take
several minutes until the device is once again ready to operate again, this
occurs if the charging state of the battery is exceptionally low. The
battery will continue to be charged if the power supply is connected and
the device is switched off.

The battery will be charged, even if the device is switched off completely.
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II. Power Supply
Car Adapter
► Plug the jack of the connection cable into the corresponding receptor
at the left side of your navigation system.
► Insert the power adapter into the cigar lighter socket ensuring, that it
will not lose contact while driving. This could cause a malfu.
Alternative possibility of charging the battery
The battery will charge as soon as you connect your navigation device to a
switched-on PC or notebook by means of a USB cable.
If a so-called “Y-USB cable” is enclosed with your navigation device, please note
that it is generally sufficient when only the data plug on the USB cable is
connected to your PC or your notebook.
No additional software or updates is required for your PC to perform this
function. Do not interrupt the charging process if possible during the initial
charge.
NOTICE!
The brightness will be adjusted downwards, if
necessary, if a USB connection is being set up when
the device is switched on.
It is recommended to set the device to the stand-by
mode, in order to shorten the charging time by USB.
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III. Switching on the Device
You will switch your navigation device on or off again completely by pressing
the On/Off key for a long time (> 3 sec.).
You can switch your navigation device into standby mode and then back on
again by briefly pressing (> 0.5 sec.) the On/Off switch.
The navigation system will start the first setting up automatically. Select the
language that you require first. The brand logo will appear and your device will
display the entry screen after a few seconds.
The following options will be available to you subsequently:

You will receive a short introduction about bringing your navigation
device and the navigation software through the
switch. The mounting in the vehicle, entering and administering
navigation destinations, general instructions for use, etc. are described
here, among other aspects.

You will start the Settings assistant for the configuration of the basic
settings of your navigation software by means of the
switch.
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
You will reach the Main menu of your navigation software by means of
the
switch.
You will have various possibilities of establishing your route and starting the
navigation by means of the
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icon:
Main Views
You will find an overview of the different main views of the Main menu here.
Button
Description
Main Screen
Viewing maps
Navigation
menu
Extras
Settings
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NOTICE!
You will not be able to select the Navigation menu
or the settings if the navigation software does not
find any map files in the device or on a memory
device. Then the Extras menu will appear
automatically.
Brief pressure on the on/off button will be enough
to switch the device on or off, provided that your
navigation system is connected to an external
source of electricity or is running in battery
operation (standby mode).
You can adjust the period of operation to suit
your needs using the
Settings button on the main screen of your
device. Your device is delivered in a status in
which it will not switch off independently.
Press and hold the On/Off key (> 3 sec.), to
completely switch off the device.
No data will be lost as data is stored in the internal
memory. The starting process will only last slightly
longer.
Your navigation system will use a low amount of electricity and the batteries will
be discharged, even when in standby mode.
The final installation of the navigation software will take place automatically
from the internal memory, during the initial set up, if your device has already
been equipped with the basic data of the navigation software at the factory.
Follow the instructions on the screen.
An optional memory card must always be inserted in the device while the
navigation system is being used.
It will be necessary to carry out a Reset to restart the navigation system if the
memory card has been removed (see page 32).
Please also read the chapter Navigation starting on page 34.
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General Operating Instructions
Switching on/off the device
Your device will be in its normal operating state after the initial set up. You can
activate and deactivate your device with the On-/Off switch.
► To start your navigation system press briefly the On-/Off switch.
NOTICE!
Your device is delivered in a status in which it will
not switch off independently. You can adjust the
period of operation to suit your needs using the
Settings button on the main screen of your device.
Your navigation system will use a low amount of
electricity and the batteries will be discharged, even
when it is in the standby mode.
► To switch off your navigation system briefly press the On-/Off switch .
The following screen will appear:
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You have three possible choices:
Button Description
Cancel/Back
Return to previous view with this key, if you have accidently called
up this screen.
Standby Mode (Energy saving mode)
The device will go into Standby Mode if this key is clicked.
Reset
You can carry out a reset by clicking this key.
The device will go into the Standby mode automatically after a few seconds if
you do not want to select any of these three possibilities.
For further settings within the Standby mode also see the chapter on “Special
CleanUp Function”, page 77, point 8.
This display will also appear after the delay period of a few seconds has expired,
if you have activated the DC AutoSuspend Comfort Function.
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Security
You have the possibility of protecting your device against external access by
means of this function. Some one-off settings will have to be made before you
will be able to use this function. Proceed as follows to do this:
Storing the password and the information note
► Go to Settings and then to Device settings by means of the main
display.
► Click on Security, in order to start the respective function. The
following display will appear:
► Click on
, in order to enter a password.
► A keyboard will appear. Enter a password with it.
NOTICE!
The password must consist of at least 4 symbols.
Use a combination of letters (A – Z) and numbers
(0 - 9). Keep the password in a safe p
► Confirm the password with the
symbol after you have entered it.
► Enter the password in the second field to reconfirm it and in order to
avoid potential careless mistakes.
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NOTICE!
The password will be displayed in the form of small
stars (****).
► An additional text field will appear after you have entered the
password. Enter an information note here that will serve as a support
for remembering your password. You will be able to call up this
information if you have forgotten or mislaid the password.
Making settings
The following selection window, through which you will make the settings for
the Security Function, will appear after you have entered the password and the
information note
successfully.
Button
Description
Set here whether the device should request the password
after a hard reset.
Set here whether the device should request the password
after a restart.
Set here whether the device should request the password
after the device has been switched on from the Standby
mode.
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SuperPIN and UUID
The SuperPIN and the UUID (Universally Unique IDentifier = definite device
identification) will appear on the display after you have confirmed the settings.
NOTICE!
Record this data in your Operating Instructions and
keep them in a safe place.
You will need this information if you have entered
the password incorrectly 3 times. The navigation
device can then only be released with this
information.
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Making subsequent settings
Start the Security Function if you have already entered a password and would
like to make a subsequent setting or to change the password. The following
display will appear:
Button
Description
Change the password or the information text
Authentication settings (see Page 28, Making
settings)
Display SuperPIN and UUID (see Page 29)
Reverses the complete security function. All security
settings and passwords will have been deleted after
this function has been carried out. You will have to
enter and confirm your password again to be able to
carry out the security function.
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Password Request
A password request will appear at the restarting of the device, according to the
setting, if you have established a password by means of the Security Function.
► Enter the password stored by you by means of the keyboard.
NOTICE!
The password will be displayed in the form of small
stars (****).
► Click on the question symbol to have the information note displayed, if
you have forgotten the password and need the Help setting.
► Click on
to confirm the entry
NOTICE!
You will have to enter the SuperPIN if you have
entered the password incorrectly 3 times. Contact
your Service Center, giving the UUID, if you have
also mislaid it. The UUID will be faded out in the
lower dindet.
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Resetting the Navigation System
You can reset your navigation system if it is no longer reacting or working
properly.
This option restarts the navigation system, without reinstallation being
necessary. A reset is often used in order to reorganise the memory. In doing so
all programs that are running are interrupted and the working memory is
reinitialised.
You can carry out two different Reset procedures with your device.
Reset
The following screen will appear if you press the On/Off switch for a short time:
If you want to carry out a Reset, tap on
.
You will find further information in the chapter Switching on/off the device,
page 25.
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Switching the Device off Completely / Hard Reset
ATTENION!
A hard reset will delete all data in the temporary
memory.
Your navigation system will normally be in the Standby Mode, if you have
switched it off by pressing the on/off button briefly. In addition, the system can
be switched off completely; the consumption of energy can be kept as low as
possible through this. All the data in the temporary memory will be lost if the
device is switched off completely (hard reset).
To switch your navigation system off completely:
► Press and hold the On/Off key (> 3 sec.), to switch off the device.
► Press and hold the On/Off key (> 3 sec.), to switch the device on
again.
A reinstallation will not be necessary after a hard reset if your device has already
been equipped with the basic data of the navigation software in the permanent
memory.
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Navigation
NOTICE!
The bundled product CD/DVD contains a
comprehensive instruction manual.
Safety Instructions for Navigation

Do not adjust or configure the navigation system whilst driving, this is to
protect yourself and others from accidents!

In the event that you do not understand the voice instruction or if you are
in any doubt about what to do at the next intersection, then the map or
arrow displayed on the screen will provide you with a quick orientation.
Only look at the display when it is safe to do so and driving conditions
allow!
NOTICE!
The use of devices that warn for traffic monitoring
systems (like „speed traps”) is prohibited in some
countries, like Germany, Ireland and Switzerland.
Please obtain information about the legal situation
and apply the waning function only where allowed.
We cannot be held liable for damages caused by the
use of the warning function.
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ATTENTION!
The road layout and driving rules take precedence
over the instructions of the navigation system. Only
follow the instructions when circumstances and
driving rules permit it! The navigation system will
guide you to your destination even when you have
to deviate from your planned route.

The direction statements of the navigation system given do not release the
driver of the vehicle from his or her duty of care or personal responsibility.

Plan routes before you leave. If you want to plan a new route whilst on the
road pull over and stop driving.

In order to receive the GPS signal correctly, keep away from metal objects
as they may hinder reception. Attach the navigation system onto the inside
of the windscreen or near the windscreen with the suction cup. Try out
different positions in your vehicle in order to find the best reception.
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Notes for Use in a Vehicle

Take care that the holder does not present any risk to safety, even in the
case of an accident, when installing it.

Take care that the cable does not impede any safety components.

The display of your navigation system may show “light reflections”. Please
take care of not being “blinded” during operation.

Do not mount the components within the operating range of any airbags.

Check the secure adherence of the suction cup at regular intervals.

The power plug will consume power, even if no device is connected.
Remove it when not in use to avoid draining the car battery.

Check all safety equipment in your car after installation.
NOTICE!
Do not leave your navigation software in the vehicle
when you leave it unattended. You should also
uninstall the holder for security reaso.
Aerial Orientation
The aerial must have unrestricted access to the sky to receive GPS satellite
signals. Place the aerial as horizontally as possible for this reason. Try out aerial
and installation possibilities in the vehicle if the reception is inadequate.
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I. Mounting the Car Ho
ATTENTION!
Only fix the holder for the navigation system to the
windscreen, if it does not impede the view.
Snap-in lever
(similar picture)
NOTICE!
Your navigation device can also be equipped with a
different but similar vehicle attachment as an
alternative, according to the version.
Clean the windscreen thoroughly with a glass
cleaner. Warm the disk and the nipple slightly at
temperatures below 15° C.
Place the holder with the suction head directly onto the wind screen and press
the lever on the suction head downwards. The sucker will attach itself to the
background firmly.
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II. Attaching the Navigation System
► Connect the car adapter and, if necessary, insert the memory card.
► Place the device below in the centre of the holder.
► Press it gently backwards until it engages audibly.
(similar picture)
► Place the holder on the fixing catches of the car holder.
► Now, push the unit to the bottom until it engages audibly.
► Now you will be able to place the complete unit on the cleaned
windscreen or the suction.
III. Connecting the Car Adapter
► Plug the jack of the connection cable into the corresponding receptor
in your navigation system s.
► Insert the power adapter into the cigar lighter socket ensuring, that it
will not lose contact while driving. This could cause a malfunction.
NOTICE!
Remove the power adapter from the cigarette lighter
socket when ending a trip or when parking the car
for a extended period of time. Otherwise the car
battery could be drained. In this case use the power
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switch to turn off the navigation system.
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IV. Starting the Navigation Software
NOTICE!
Your memory card will always have to be inserted
into the device during the use of the navigation
system, if the card contains (additional) mapping
material.
It will be necessary to carry out a reset to restart the
navigation system if the memory card has been
removed while the system was being used (see page
32). According to the navigation system the reset is
carried out automaticall.
► Switch on your navigation system.
► The Navigation software will start automatically or after tapping on the
navigation control button on the main screen, according to the
version.
► Tap on
on the screen for entering the destination. Enter the
destination address. Confirm your entry by clicking the
symbol to
start the navigation. After a short time, if the satellite reception is
adequate you will receive augmented language statem.
Further information regarding the navigation software can be found in the
comprehensive manual on your navigation CD/DVD. This is a pdf-file you
can read and print with Acrobat Reader.
NOTICE!
The GPS-receiver will require some minutes for
initialisation when deployed for the first time. Even
when GPS signal reception is indicated the
navigation could be imprecise. In all future
instances it will take about 30-60 seconds until a
correct GPS-signal is available, sufficient “sight” of
the satellite is a prerequisite.
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Warning function for traffic monitoring points
The following display will appear if the warning function for traffic monitoring
points (optional) has been installed:
Confirm with
, if you want to use navigation with the warning function for
traffic monitoring points.
Tap on the Configure special functions interface in the Settings Menu, in
order to configure the warning function.
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The following screen appears. Tap on POI-Warner:
Tap on Speed cam (stationary) here, in order to make the settings for the
‘radar fixes’:
Here, you have the option of having the traffic monitoring points represented
on a map or faded out. You can also set whether you would like to be informed
by acoustic signals before reaching a traffic monitoring point.
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Acoustic information about a traffic monitoring point will be given by a warning
sound approx. 15 seconds before it is reached. Then, another double warning
sound will be given approx. 7 seconds before it is reached. Four warning
sounds will give information that the speed is too high. In addition, the distance
to a monitoring point will be indicated by a bar indicating closeness (left lower
edge of the display).
Sample view if map presentation has been activated:
NOTICE!
Please pay attention to the fact that traffic
monitoring points are not preset in all countries.
LEGAL REMARK!
The use of devices that warn about traffic
monitoring systems (like “speed traps”) is
prohibited in some countries, i. e. Germany, Ireland
and Switzerland. Please obtain information about
the legal situation and apply the warning function
only where allowed. We cannot be held liable for
damages caused by the warning function.
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Speech commands (optional)
The Speech Entry mode can be activated by means of the function during
navigation. A short information sound will indicate that the navigation system is
ready for the speech entry.
Explanation of the symbol:

( ) optional words;

[ ] Fillers

„|“Alternatives;

< > Content displayed can be spoken
The following commands will be possible here according to the current view:
Range of validity
Command
Always applicable
abort | cancel |
back | go back | reverse
help
Global commands
Help
(general | global) (Help| Commands)
(cancel | abort) [ dialog ]
[go] (back | backwards)
navigation
(enter | select | change) [the|a] [new] (city |
town | location)
(enter | select) [a] new target destination | [a]
[new] target destination | (enter | select) target
destination| new address
( (enter | select) [a] [new] | new) (zip [code] |
postcode)
[show] map [ view ]
Menu | Main menu | Navigation menu
volume settings | change volume
decrease volume
increase volume
mute volume | shut up
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List commands
next page | scroll down
previous page | scroll up
Main menu
[enter] new destination | Enter address
[show] map [ view ]
settings
(other | additional) (applications) | additional
applications | extras
[enter] new destination | Enter address
[show] map [ view ]
settings
(other | additional) (applications) | additional
applications | extras
[enter] new destination | Enter address
Entering the town or city
(Switch to post code
entry) Post code entry
change country | enter country | correct
country | other country
(Switch to town or city
entry) Post code entry
change country | enter country | correct
country | other country
change postcode | enter postcode | correct
postcode | other postcode | postcode entry |
change postal code | enter postal code |
correct postal code | other postal code | postal
code entry | change zip code | enter zip code |
correct zip code | other zip code | zip code
entry | change zip | enter zip | correct zip |
other zip | zip entry
change location | enter location | correct
location | change city | enter city | correct city
| other location | other city
Street entry
(If the town has been
entered)
(If the post code has been
entered)
change location | enter location | correct
location | change city | enter city | correct city
| other location | other city
change postcode | enter postcode | correct
postcode | other postcode | postcode entry |
change postal code | enter postal code |
correct postal code | other postal code | postal
code entry | change zip code | enter zip code |
correct zip code | other zip code | zip code
entry | change zip | enter zip | correct zip |
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other zip | zip entry
centre | city centre | downtown | town centre
| to centre | to city centre | to town centre |
central business district
points of interest | interesting sights | P O I
start navigation | begin navigation
I don't know | I've no idea
House number entry
change street | enter street | correct street |
change street | correct street | other street
crossroads | junction | intersection
middle of the road | middle of street
start navigation | begin navigation
I don't know | I've no idea
Multiple routes
Calculate (alternatives | alternative route |
other routes) [please]
[show] destination information | [go to]
information about destination | Destination
information
Standard
Alternative one | Alternative 1
Alternative two | Alternative 2
Centre [View | Map | Map view] | centre [[the]
map]
zoom in
zoom out
Calculate (alternatives | alternative route |
other routes) [please]
[show] destination information | [go to]
information about destination | Destination
information
Standard
Current route /
Route information/
Overview map
directions| route description
routes | route options | route settings | Routes
(traffic [jam] | congestion) (information |
situation | info | conditions) Traffic conditions
current position
destination [area]
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Volume settings
(Volume click sounds | (lower | reduce)
(keyboard click | click) [volume]) (down)
(Volume click sounds | (increase | raise)
(keyboard click | click) [volume]) (up)
(MP3 Player volume | (lower | reduce) (M P 3 |
music | media player) [volume]) (down)
(Volume click sounds | (increase | raise) (M P 3
| music | media player | multimedia)
[volume]) (up)
(Voice volume | [decrease] speech [volume])
(down)
(Voice volume | [increase] speech [volume])
(up)
Map
[display|show] (turn icons | arrow | arrow
view | direction changes)
[display|show] (compass [view] | G P S view)
no map | map off | (switch off | hide) map
[display|show] [only] [the] [normal|simple]
(map [view] | view | splitscreen | Splitskrihn)
[display|show] (3 D | three dimensional) [view
| map | perspective]
[display|show] (2 D | two dimensional) [view |
map | perspective]
[display|show] [view|orientation] [in]
(direction of (travel | motion) | driving
direction)
Map optimised | optimise map| [2D] map
orientation optimised | orientation optimised
[display|show] [2 D | two dimensional] (north
| northern) [view | map [view]]
Centre [View | Map | Map view] | centre [[the]
map]
zoom in
zoom out
Menu | Main menu | Navigation menu
Quick menu | [menu] current route
[display|show] (turn icons | arrow | arrow
view | direction changes)
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[display|show] (compass [view] | G P S view)
no map | map off | (switch off | hide) map
[display|show] [only] [the] [normal|simple]
(map [view] | view | splitscreen | Splitskrihn)
[display|show] (3 D | three dimensional) [view
| map | perspective]
[display|show] (2 D | two dimensional) [view |
map | perspective]
[display|show] [view|orientation] [in]
(direction of (travel | motion) | driving
direction)
Map optimised | optimise map| [2D] map
orientation optimised | orientation optimised
[display|show] [2 D | two dimensional] (north
| northern) [view | map [view]]
Centre [View | Map | Map view] | centre [[the]
map]
zoom in
zoom out
Menu | Main menu | Navigation menu
Quick menu | [menu] current route
NOTICE!
Speak the commands loudly and clearly in the
direction of the navigation system. No incidental
noises (radio, ventilation or loud conversation)
should arise during the speech entry.
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Bluetooth (optional)
The Bluetooth technology serves to bridge short distances wirelessly. Bluetooth
devices transmit data wirelessly, so that other devices that also support this
technology can communicate with each other without cables.
Both devices will have to be adjusted to each other (pairing), before you will be
able to use your navigation system as handsfree equipment with your Bluetooth
mobile phone.
NOTICE!
Please read how you switch on the Bluetooth
function in the Operating Instructions of your
mobile phone.
Starting the Bluetooth Application
► Tap on Bluetooth Dialer.
NOTICE!
The function for active use will have to be
reactivated first if Bluetooth has been deactivated
manually.
► Now the main Bluetooth screen will appear on your navigation device.
Overview of the Main Screen
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Button Name
Description
Course of
call
Displays the course of calls put through and received.
News
View the postbox of your mobile phone through this
symbol. You will be able to receive, write and send
messages.
Telephone Call the contacts stored in the mobile phone through
Book
this symbol. The support of this function depends on
the respective mobile.
Back
Previous Page of the main display.
Delete
Delete the number entered by means of the keyboard
with this field.
Calling
Select the number entered by means of the keyboard
with this field.
Keypad
Enter the digits of the telephone number to be called
by means of the keyboard.
Volume
Set the volume of the microphone and the
loudspeaker by means of this symbol.
Settings of
the
handsfree
facility
New message – Options for displaying new
messages
Pairing – Link the navigation device to the
mobile
Settings for automatic synchronization between
the navigation device and the mobile phone
Bluetooth – Activate or deactivate the Bluetooth
function
Call announcement – Switch on and off for the
announcement of the telephone number /
contact in the case of incoming calls
Setting of the basic volume of the microphone
and the loudspeaker.
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Pairing the Navigation Device and the Mobile Phone
NOTICE!
Your navigation device will search for a device in the
case of a connection to the remote loudspeaker in
principle. The range of functions of the hands-free
loudspeaker can be restricted according the type of
the mobile.
► Activate the Bluetooth function on your mobile phone.
NOTICE!
Each mobile phone uses different paths to do this.
Read the instructions of your mobile phone under all
circumstances for this reason.
► Select the
option (Pairing). The search for a blue-tooth device will
start automatically during the first setting up of the device.
► You will start the search again with ‘Search for mobile’.
► Select the corresponding mobile phone from the list.
► Tap on the Pair switch and then on the Couple with mobile switch to
confirm.
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► Your mobile phone will recognize the navigation device. You will be
requested to enter a 4-digit PIN code. This is 1 2 3 4 for your navigation
device.
► Then, the connection must be accepted by one or several confirmation
messages on your mobile. The loudspeaker will be available to you
through the navigation system after this.
NOTICE!
This procedure will have to be repeated as soon as
you have switched off the navigation system or a
spatial separation between your mobile phone and
the navigation device arises.
Accepting incoming calls
Button
Description
Accept calls
Reject/terminate calls
Making Calls
► Tap on the keypad in the main Bluetooth screen and enter the number
that you wish to call.
► Start the call with
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Show and Read Out Incoming Messages
You will be able to read incoming messages or also to have them read out in
addition, if your mobile supports these functions.
► Activate the Show and read out option under Settings > Message for
this.
► The telephone number or the contact from the Phone Book will be
read out initially in the case of an incoming message.
► Then you will be able to return to the previous view by means of
or to have the message read out by tapping on the
field.
ATTENTION!
The street management and the traffic regulations
have priority over the instructions from the
navigation system. Only follow the instructions if
the circumstances and the traffic regulations permit
it.
Pay attention to the safety warnings and the
regulations of the respective country with regard to
the use of mobiles when driving.
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During a Call
Button
Description
End call
Mute for microphone and volume settings
Return the conversation to your mobile
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MP3 Player (optional)
Depending on the software equipment your navigation system is equipped
with a MP3 Player. Start the MP3 player from the menu Extras by tapping the
MP3 Player switch area. All the MP3 files located on a memory card can be
taken into a List of Favourites and will be available for replay. (The memory card
must not be write-protected in this case.)
Overview of the Main Screen
Button
Description
Reduces the screen brightness to a minimum, to save
electricity.
Determine/add bookmarks.
Increase or decrease the volume.
or
The display in the upper right corner of the screen will show
the current level of the volume.
Break off action / back to the previous menu
or
Move to the previous or next file. It will be possible to skip
backwards or forwards within the title playing while it is
being played.
Play the playback.
Stop the playback.
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Opens the List of Favourites.
Displays the files stored on the flash disk and/or on the
memory card.
You will make the settings of the MP3 player here.
Select a Title and Move it into the List of
Favourites
Tap on
and select the title that you would like to move into the List of
Favourites, in order to select a title.
You will have three possibilities of marking the title here:
► Tap on
directories.
in order to mark all the titles, including all sub-
► Tap on
in order to mark all titles currently in view.
► Tap on
to delete all marks within a directory.
The selected titles will be indicated by a
.
, in order to confirm your selection. The titles marked will not be
Tap on
moved into the List of Favourites until then.
Tap the file required and select the requisite title, in order to select a title in the
sub-directories.
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symbol will be shown if not all the titles in a directory have not been
The
selected.
List of Favourites
You will reach the List of Favourites by tapping on the
► You will delete all titles with
.
► You will delete individual titles with
► Confirm with
of Favourites.
:
.
, in order to take over the new selection into the List
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List of the established bookmarks
You will reach the list of the established bookmarks by clicking on the
symbol :
► You will delete all bookmarks with the
symbol.
► You will delete an individual bookmark with the
Operation with the
bookmarks.
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symbol.
symbol to take over a new selection into the list of
Picture Viewer (optional)
Depending on the software equipment your navigation system is equipped
with a Picture Viewer.
You can view the jpg format images on your memory card on your navigation
system, with the Picture Viewer. All the images on the memory card will be
available immediately.
Operating the Picture Viewer
Start the Picture Viewer from the menu Extras by tapping on the Picture
Viewer button. Alternatively, the Picture Viewer can also be started from the
navigation software itself.
Main Screen
Fig.: Miniature view
► Move the miniature view to the left or to the right with the arrow keys.
Tap on a specific images to display it in the Full Image Mode.
► Return to the start in miniature view by tapping on
► You can end the application by tapping on the
► Start the slide show by tapping the
.
symbol.
symbol.
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Full Image View
Fig.: Full image view without service strip
Tap in the lower area of the screen in the full image view, in order to activate
the service strip:
Fig.: Full image view with service strip
Button
Description
Turn it clockwise by 90° in stages
Fade in grid
Previous picture
Start the slide show
Pause the slide show
Next picture
Turn it counter-clockwise by 90° in stages
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► You will return to the miniature view by tapping in the centre of the
image.
► The image displayed will be subdivided into 6 fields by tapping on the
symbol (fade in grid).
Fig.: Full image mode with grid
► Tap on a square in the grid to zoom in on that area of the picture:
Fig.: Zoom-in Mode
► Tap on the centre of the image to go back to viewing the full picture.
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Travel Guide (optional)
Depending on the software equipment your navigation system is equipped
with a Travel Guide. The Travel Guide will supply general information about
the different areas of individual towns and cities or regions in Europe, such as
sights, restaurants, culture and travel information. Start the Travel Guide from
the menu Extras by tapping on the Travel Guide button.
Overwiev of the Main Screen
Select initially the Country through the Place and then Category, if you want
to find any information. Then select the category, for example. You will be able
to filter the search results by entering a Price class and/or an Assessment, if
required.
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Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Confirm with
, if you want to navigate to the destination
displayed. The address will then be available to the navigation software as the
destination.
Button
Description
Previous image
Shows the address of the selected category
Shows the available images in the selected category.
Tap on this control button to navigate directly to the selected
address.
NOTICE!
The possible selections within the Travel Guide can
vary according to the software available.
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Alarm Clock (waking function)
(optional)
Depending on the software equipment your navigation system is equipped
with a Alarm Clock/waking function.
Start this function from the menu Extras by tapping on the Alarm Clock
button.
The waking function can work when the device is switched off (Standby Mode /
Power Saving Mode) as well as a reminder during the current navigation.
Overview of the main screen
This view will appear if you have not yet set up a waking time. Enter an alarm
time in the 24-hour format and confirm your entry with
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.
Description of the Interfaces
Button
Description
Current system time
Setting-up mode (Setting volumes, system time and
alarm)
Night mode (Standby mode)
Reset/deactivate the waking function
Setting the alarm time
Delete the entry
Confirmation interface
Increase the volume / Reduce the volume
Back to the previous menu
Close the application
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Setting the System Time
The display of the current time will be located in the upper right corner of the
screen. You can adjust it as follows:
► Tap on
appear:
► Tap on
in the main screen. The following screen will
to change the time setting:
NOTICE!
The system time is updated by GPS reception. Pay
attention to the time zone settings.
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Selecting an Alarm Signal
► To select an alarm signal touch the
symbol.
► Select the desired alarm sound and confirm the selection with
.
► Tap on the corresponding file in the Memory Card directory if you
would like to select an alarm tone from the storage card and confirm
again with
.
► Select the desired alarm sound and confirm with
.
► The selected alarm signal is marked by a
► Close the application with
.
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Setting the Volume
You can adjust the volume of the alarm signal by tapping on the
interface.
NOTICE!
The volume configured here only relates to the
alarm signal and will not change the volume of the
language output of the navigation system or other
functions of the system.
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Snooze Function
You will have the possibility of making the waking signal repeat at regular
intervals by means of the Snooze function, once it has sounded at the alarm
time set.
► Tap on
to activate the Snooze function.
Current
system time
Waking time set
► To be wakened again at the same time on the following day tap on the
button.
► Tap on
to return to the screen before the alarm signal started.
Ending the Alarm Clock Application
► Tap on
to deactivate the alarm time set.
► You will find yourself in the Setting-up mode.
► Tap on
in order to leave the application. An alarm time is not set.
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Sudoku (optional)
Depending on the software equipment your navigation system is equipped
with the game Sudoku.
Start the game from the menu Extras by tapping on the Sudoku switch field.
Sudoku is a number puzzle. The puzzle area is square and subdivided into nine
sections. Each section consists of 9 smaller squares.
When playing Sudoku, the aim is to fill all the 81 number fields using the
numbers 1-9. Each number must only appear once in each section at the same
time. Each number must only appear once in each row and column.
Some number fields will already have been populated prior to the start of the
game.
Main Screen
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Description of the switch fields
Button
Description
Start the game
You will receive notes about a solution by tapping on
this control button. Tap on the control button again to
hide the notes about a solution.
You will receive the solutions of the number fields by
tapping on this control button. Tap on the control
button again to hide the solutions.
A new Sudoku will be opened by tapping on this
control button.
Settings
You have the following possibilities in the Settings
menu:
The current game will be
stored by tapping on this
control button.
You will load a game
that you have started
onto the screen by
tapping on this control
button.
Delete a stored game
status.
You can set the level of
difficulty here.
Back to the current
game.
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Overview of the game field
Description of the control buttons
Button
Description
Strip of numbers to be entered
Strip for the selection of the numbers to be entered in
the number fields. The selected number will stand out
and it will now be possible to enter it into a number
field.
Entry mode
First, tap on the number in the strip of numbers to be
entered that should appear in particular number field
and then on the corresponding number field.
Deletion mode
Tap on the number to be deleted.
Leave the application by means of this.
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Traffic Rules Europe
You will receive a range of basic information about the traffic regulations of the
respective country and its emergency numbers by means of the
switch in the Extras menu.
Select the required country to have the information displayed to you (all
information without liability).
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FAQ
Where can I find more information on the navigation
system?
Detailed operating instructions for navigation can be found on the
corresponding CD/DVD, which accompany your navigation system.
Also use the additional Help functions that are available with a single
touch of a button (usually F1 on the PC), or by selecting the Help
option, as additional assistance. These aids will be provided to you
while you are using the computer or the device.
What do I need the accompanied CD/DVD for?
The CD/DVD contains:

®
the ActiveSync program for balancing data between the
navigation system and the PC.

Additional programs (optional).

This User manual in digital form.

digital maps

PC-application for rapidly resetting the data material

Manual of the navigation software
The navigation system is no longer responding. What should I do?
Carry out a reset (see page 32).
How can I adjust the lighting?
Under Settings.
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Customer Service
Faults and Possible Causes
The navigation system no longer reacts or is behaving atypically.
► Carry out a reset (see page 32).
The navigation system is recognised only as a guest by ActiveSync®.
► See information on page 84.
The GPS receiver cannot be initialised or found.
If a GPS signal continues not to be reported on the screen, in spite of the correct
installation of the system, this can be caused by the following factors:

Sufficient satellite reception is not possible.
Solution:
Change the position of your navigation system and ensure that unrestricted
“sight” of the aerial is not impaired.
No language statements can be heard.
► Check the volume setting.
ATTENTION!
If, as a result of an unforeseeable combination of
operating steps, faulty data transfer or electrostatic
discharge the navigation system or the card reader
can no longer be operated, switch off the
navigation device completely (Hard Reset) and then
subsequently place the device back into operation.
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Additional Support
If the suggestions in the above section have not solved your problem, please
contact our customer service hotline. However, before you contact your
customer service hotline, please have the following information available:

How is your navigation unit configured?

What additional peripherals do you use?

What messages, if any, appear on your screen?

What software were you using when the error occurred?

What steps have you already undertaken to solve the problem?

If you have been given a customer number previously, please give this
number to the technician.
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Special CleanUp Function
The CleanUp function serves the targeted deletion of data, without using a PC.
NOTICE!
Please use this function very carefully, because it is
possible for data to be deleted that can only be
entered again manually afterward.
The CleanUp function is activated when the ‘o’ is pressed in the Gopal lettering
of the Main Menu, immediately after the start tone following a reset.
The CleanUp function offers different options:
1. Remove Installation Only
Removes the software installed from the ‘My Flash Disk’
memory [= part of the permanent memory in which the executable parts of the
navigation software will be located following the initial alignment (\My Flash
Disk\Navigation)].
2. Remove MAP Only
Removes the digital maps from the ‘My Flash Disk’ memory (\My Flash
Disk\MapRegions).
3. Remove Preload Only
Removes the data needed for the installation of the navigation software from
the permanent memory (\My Flash Disk\Install).
4. Remove All
Deletes the whole contents of the ‘My Flash Disk’ memory. It will not be
necessary to recalibrate the screen after this function has been carried out.
5. Factoryreset
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Sets the device back to the delivery status in the case of an intact main
installation.
6. Format Flash
Formats the internal ‘My Flash Disk’ memory. This formatting can be necessary
in the case of a prolonged removal of errors. It will be necessary to recalibrate
the screen after the formatting function has been carried out. All data will be
deleted from the internal ‘My Flash Disk’ memory irrevocably.
7. GPS Factory Reset
Performs a factory reset of the GPS receiver. When using the GPS function after
having performed a factory reset, the GPS receiver must orientate itself again.
This process may take a while.
8. DC AutoSuspend/Wakeup
You can select here when your navigation system should go into Standby mode
automatically after the withdrawal of the external power supply. For example,
this function is useful in the case of vehicles where the cigarette lighter also
switches off when the ignition is switched off.
The AutoSuspend function will be activated several seconds after the
discontinuation of the external power supply and the Standby display will
appear for the time set (see Page 25).
The DC AutoSuspend function will be deactivated again if the power has been
reconnected within the total period (in the case that the engine has been
switched off for a short time, for example). Otherwise, the navigation system
will go into the Standby mode after the expiry of the time set.
Set the required time by clicking on it and confirm your selection with OK.
NOTICE!
This function is deactivated and can be set
individually in the status at delivery and after a
hard reset (see Page 32).
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9. Auto Mass Storage
Here you can control the behaviour of your device when connected to a USB
port. In the setting Auto Mass Storage: Off - You can select between mass
®
storage and ActiveSync modes. In Auto Mass Storage: On - Your device will
automatically be set to the mass storage mode.
Exit
Leaving the CleanUp function and restarting the device (like reset.
NOTICE!
The deletion of the data must be confirmed before
the action actually takes place. To do this, press on
YES. There will be a corresponding report if the data
to be deleted is no longer available.
Please read the “Transferring Installation Files and
Map Material to the Internal Memory“ chapter on
Page 90, in order to recreate the files (installation
files and map material) in the internal memory.
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Synchronisation with the PC
®
I. Installing Microsoft ActiveSync
®
In order to transfer data between your PC and your navigation system you need
the Microsoft® ActiveSync® program.
The cost of the navigation system includes a license for this program which can
be found on the CD/DVD.
NOTICE!
You will not need the ActiveSync® communications
software, if you are a user of the Windows Vista® /
Windows® 7 operating system. The system files
necessary for the simple data transfer are already
integrated into your operating system.
Please connect your device to your PC with the aid
of the USB synchronisation cable. Once a new
device has been found, the required driver will be
automatically installed. After successful installation,
your device will be listed in Windows Explorer under
the item “portable devices”.
ATTENTION!
Important files can be overwritten or changed
during the installation of software. You should
create a hard disk backup, in order to be able to
have access to the original files in the case of
possible problems following the installation.
NOTICE!
You should not connect the navigation system to
your computer yet.
► Insert the CD/DVD and wait until the program starts automatic.
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NOTICE!
If it does not function, the Auto Run function is
probably deactivated. The Setup program on the
CD/DVD must be started, to start installation
manually den.
► Choose the language, click then Install ActiveSync® and follow the
instructions on the screen.
NOTICE!
When installing the GoPal Assistant, ActiveSync® will
be installed automaticalllliert.
II. Connecting with the PC
► Press the On/Off button to start your navigation system.
► Connect the USB cable to your navigation system.
► Push the USB connector into a free USB port on your computer.
► The following screen will appear after the navigation system has been
connected:
ActiveSync
mode
Mass storage
mode
NOTICE!
The ActivSync® mode will be loaded automatically
after a few seconds, if no mode has been selected.
► Select the desired mod:
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Mass Storage mode
You will be able to use your navigation device as a detachable device (e.g. a USB
stick) in the Mass Storage mode. Two drives, the internal memory of the
navigation system itself and the (optional) memory card, if it has been inserted
into the device, will be connected to do this.
NOTICE!
No further entries can be made on the device at the
same time if you are in this mode. Use the ‘Remove
hardware safely’ function of your operating system
to protect yourself against data loss. Now, remove
the cable from your navigation system.
The Hardware Installation Assistant will now recognize a new device and will
install a suitable driver. This can take several minutes rn.
ActiveSync®-Mode
Repeat the attempt to connect, if it has failed the first time, if you have selected
the ActiveSync® mode.
Follow the instructions on your screen. The program will now set up a
partnership between your PC and navigation system.
NOTICE!
The navigation system must have been recognized
when setting up the ActiveSync® mode, in order to
be able to work with the GoPal.
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Alternative possibility of charging the battery
The battery will charge as soon as you connect your navigation device to a
switched-on PC or notebook by means of a USB cable.
If a so-called “Y-USB cable” is enclosed with your navigation device, please note
that it is generally sufficient when only the data plug on the USB cable is
connected to your PC or your notebook.
No additional software or updates is required for your PC to perform this
function. Do not interrupt the charging process if possible during the initial
charge.
NOTICE!
The brightness will be adjusted downwards, if
necessary, if a USB connection is being set up when
the device is switched on.
It is recommended to set the device to the stand-by
mode, in order to shorten the charging time by USB.
®
III. Working with Microsoft ActiveSync
®
ActiveSync® will be started automatically if you connect your navigation system
to the PC. The program will check whether the device is one with which a
partnership has been entered. If this is the case, the changes that have taken
place on the PC and on the navigation system since the last synchronisation will
be compared and adjusted to each other. You will be able to define exactly
which data will have priority during the synchronisation in the settings of the
®
ActiveSync Program. Call up the Help of the Program (with the F1 Button), in
order to become familiar with the effects of the respective settings. A restricted
Guest Access, with which you will be able to exchange data, for example, will
become active automatically if the navigation system has not been recognised
as a partner. If this is the case, although the process concerns the registered
partner device, separate your navigation system from the PC and switch it off
and on again. Now connect your navigation system to the PC, to restart the
recognition process. Repeat the process and, restart your PC in addition, if your
device continues to be recognised as a guest.
NOTICE!
Make sure that you always connect your navigation
system to your PC with the same USB connection,
otherwise your PC will allocate an additional ID and
reinstall the device.
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GPS (Global Positioning System)
GPS is a satellite-backed system for determining your position. With the help of
24 satellites revolving around the earth, it is possible to determine your position
on earth with the accuracy of a few meters. The satellite signals are received by
the antenna of the built-in GPS receiver, which must have a "line of sight" to at
least 4 of these.
NOTICE!
When the line of sight is interrupted (e.g. in tunnels,
between houses, in woods or also in vehicles with
metal-coated windows) it is not possible to
determine the position. The satellite reception
however automatically picks up again as soon as
the obstacle has been passed and the line of sight is
re-established. Moving slowly (e.g. slow walking)
also limits the accuracy of the navigation.
The GPS receiver consumes additional power. This is especially of concern when
running on batteries. To conserve power do not turn on the GPS receiver
unnecessarily. Also terminate the navigation software if it is not needed or
satellite reception is not possible for a longer period. You can also switch the
device off by means of the On/Off switch if you experience a short interruption
in your journey, pressing the same switch again will reactivate a restart. The GPS
receiver will also be reactivated at the same time, if the navigation software is
still active. There may be a delay for the position to be updated again, this is
dependent on the reception situation.
NOTICE!
Please note that your appliance is preset to not shut
down automatically after a few minutes without
activity. You can change this preset in the Settings
mode. If the GPS receiver has not been active for
some hours, it must orientate itself again. This
process may take a while.
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TMC (Traffic Message Channel) (optional)
The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is a digital radio data service that functions
in a similar way to RDS and is used to transmit disruptions to traffic to a suitable
reception device.
The user is less dependent on the half-hourly broadcast traffic information,
because the signal is continuously transmitted. Apart from this, important
information, as in the case of an accident in the road ahead, can be passed on
immediately.
The transmission is planned for the whole of Europe and is already offered by
radio transmitters in many countries. The precision of the TMC messages can
deviate greatly according to the country.
NOTICE!
The car adapter has got an integrated TMC antenna
within the cable. TMC can only be received, if the
car adapter is connected.
Premium TMC (optional)
If your navigation system features premium TMC, you will obtain more accurate
TMC information provided by NAVTEQ Traffic. Your MEDION GoPal utilizes this
information at no extra cost. Depending on your configuration this premium
TMC information is made available for the corresponding countries.
Standard TMC information is provided by police, automobile clubs and traffic
reports, while premium TMC-services mainly rely on automatic traffic
monitoring systems.
Sensors in highway bridges, sensing loops embedded in road surfaces and a
large number of cars equipped with „Floating Car Data“ technology quickly
generate precise and accurate views of the traffic situation on highways as well
as predictions.
Your navigation system will support both services and is set for the reception of
both of them in the status at delivery.
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Working with Memory Cards
Inserting Memory Cards
► Carefully take the optional memory card out of its packing (if
included). Take care not to touch or dirty the contacts.
► Insert the memory card carefully into the card bay with contacts
pointing forward. The card must lock easily.
Removing Memory Cards
NOTICE!
Only remove the memory card if the navigation
software has been closed and the device has been
switched off by means of the On/Off button
beforehand. Otherwise you will risk a loss of data.
► To remove the card press lightly onto the upper edge until it ejects.
► Pull the card out without touching the contacts.
► Store the memory card in the packaging or in another safe location.
NOTICE!
Memory cards are very fragile. Take care not to dirty
the contacts and not to force the card.
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Accessing Memory Cards

The appliance only supports memory cards in the FAT16/32 file format. If
you insert a card prepared with a different format (e.g. in cameras, MP3
players), your navigation system may not recognise it and will ask you to
format it again.
ATTENTION!
Formatting the memory card irretrievably wipes out
all data.
Data Exchange via Card Reader
If you wish to copy large quantities of data (MP3 files, navigation maps) to the
memory card, these can also be stored directly to the memory card.
Many computers already have memory card devices. Insert the card into your
computer and copy the data directly to the card.
Because of the direct access you can achieve a much higher transfer rate
compared to using ActiveSync®.
Additional Card Material
Your navigation system is already equipped with digitalised map material in the
internal memory and/or memory card at the factory. Depending on the
configuration, additional maps may be included on your navigation CD/DVD.
You will be able to transfer these cards to a memory card immediately. It is
recommended that you use an external card reader (see also page 88). The
GoPal Assistant supplied with the device enables a simple and individual
compilation of the map material to be transferred.
Depending on the amount of map data on the navigation CD/DVD, memory
cards with capacities of 256 MB, 512 MB, 1.024 MB or more may be required.
You can obtain additional memory cards in specialist stores.
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Transfer of card material to a memory card
The transfer of additional card material to a memory card can take place
through Explorer on your PC via the following steps:
► Insert the CD/DVD with the card material required.
► Start your workstation and select your CD/DVD Drive.
► Copy the file with the .psf ending out of the Directory of the region
that you require to the MapRegions Directory on your memory card,
from the CD/DVD.
You can transfer several files with map material to your memory card,
depending on the capacity of the memory card.
If you have copied digitized maps of several countries or country groups onto
your memory card, you will be required to select the desired map in the
navigation application of your device.
Alternate method of installing Navigation Software (using
a memory card)
The software for your navigation system can be installed directly from a
memory card.
The pre-installed software may have to be uninstalled beforehand (see special
Clean Up function, Page 77).
You will be requested to install the navigation software during the initial
adjustment. Please proceed as follows:
► Remove the memory card from the packaging carefully. Ensure the
contacts are not touched or soiled.
► Push the memory card into the corresponding slot until it engages.
► Click on OK, in order to install the application.
The main screen, through which you will now be able to carry out the
navigation settings, will appear after all data has been copied to your navigation
system.
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Transferring Installation Files and Map Material to the
Internal Memory
NOTICE!
The navigation system must be connected to a
computer by means of ActiveSync® for the transfer
of the data.
Your device has an internal, permanent memory, which is located in the \My
Flash Disk directory.
You will be able to make this directory, and others, visible with ActiveSync®, by
means of the Search option. Directories and files can be manipulated as in
Windows Explorer.
The required directory must have been stored, in order to make the installation
files and the map material for the device available.
Deposit the INSTALL directory for the installation files at (\My Flash
Disk\INSTALL). Deposit the map material in the MapRegions directory (\My
Flash Disk\MapRegions). Please pay attention to the modes of lettering given
above when naming the directories.
Pay attention to the fact that sufficient drive capacity must be available, if you
have stored additional data on your navigation device. Remove files not needed
if sufficient drive capacity is not available.
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Maintenance
ATTENTION!
There are no user-serviceable parts which require
cleaning inside the housing of the appliance.
You can prolong the life of the appliance by taking the following simple steps:

Always remove the power plug and all connecting cables before cleaning.

Clean the appliance only with a damp, lint-free cloth.

Do not use solvents, caustic or gaseous cleaners.
Transport
When transporting the appliance please follow the instructions below:

After transporting the appliance wait until the unit has acclimatised and
adjust to surrounding conditions (e.g. room temperature and humidity)
prior to use. In the event of large fluctuations in temperature or humidity,
condensation or moisture may form inside the appliance. This can cause an
electrical short-circuit.

In order to protect the appliance from dirt, knocks and scratching, please
use an appropriate protective case.

Before travelling ensure that you are aware of the power and
communications provisions at your destination. Before travelling obtain any
power or communications adapters that may be required for the operation
of your device.

When shipping your appliance we recommend using the original
packaging. If the original packaging isn’t available please contact customer
service for advice.

When passing through baggage control at airports, it is recommended that
you pass the appliance and all magnetic storage media (external hard
drives) through the X-ray system (the machine on which your bags are
placed). Avoid the magnetic detector (the structure through which you
yourself pass) or the magnetic wand (the hand device that the security staff
use), since this may corrupt your data.
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Recycling and Disposal
The device and its packaging are recyclable.
Packging
To avoid damage during transport, the appliance was
supplied in protective packaging. The majority of packaging is
manufactured from materials which can be disposed of in an
environmentally friendly manner and be recycled
professionally.
Device
At the end of its life, the appliance must not be disposed of in
household rubbish. Consult your local waste disposal
company to enquire about environmentally-friendly options
for disposal.
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Specifications
Parameter
Information
Power supply
CA-051-00U-00 / DDA-5J-05 050100
(Mitac)
Power supply cable for a cigarette
lighter
Input
Output
12-24V DC, 1A / fuse 2A
(F2AL/250V)
5V / 1A (max.)
Battery
Li-Ion, 3.7 V
Memory card type
Micro-SD
Bluetooth (optional)
Class 2
USB interface
USB 2.0
Dimensions
approx. 141 mm x 86 mm x 14 mm
Gewicht inkl. Akku
approx. 172 g (without packaging)
Operating
Temperatures
Storage
Humidity (without condensation)
+41 °F – +95° F
(+5° C - +35° C)
+32 °F – +140 °F
-0° C - +60° C
10 – 90 %
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Model Overview
Model
Mikrofon
P5260



P5460



 = Equipment available
 = Equipment not available
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Bluetooth
TMC via
integrated
TMC
receiver and
TMC dipole
antenna
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:




Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Shielded
interface cables, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission
limits.
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Index
A D Accessing Memory cards ........... 88
®
ActiveSync -Mode ...................... 83
Additional card material ............. 88
Aerial Orientation ...................... 36
AlarmClock (Wake up function)
Ending the application ........... 69
Selecting an alarm signal ....... 67
Setting the system time ......... 66
Setting the volume ................ 68
Snooze function..................... 69
AlarmClock (Wakeup function)
Interfaces ............................... 65
AlarmClock (Waking Function)
Main screen ........................... 64
Alternative installation of the
navigation software from a
memory card ......................... 89
Ambient temperature ................ 11
Attaching the Navigation System 38
Auto run .................................... 82
Auto start ................................... 82
Data exchange ........................... 88
DC AutoSuspend........................ 78
B Battery Charge Indicator ............ 16
Battery Operation ...................... 13
Bluetooth
Accepting incoming calls ....... 52
Geräte koppeln ...................... 51
Main screen ........................... 49
Making calls ........................... 52
Starten ................................... 49
C Cabling ...................................... 13
Card reader................................ 88
Care of the Display .................... 14
CleanUp ...............................26, 77
Customer Service ....................... 75
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E Electromagnetic Compatibility ... 12
EMC ........................................... 12
F FAQ ............................................ 74
FCC Compliance Statement ....... 95
G GPS ............................................ 85
H Hotline ....................................... 76
I Initial set up
Charging the battery .............. 19
Power supply ......................... 20
Switching on the device ......... 21
K Konformitätsinformation .......... 8, 9
L Loudspeaker ............................... 17
M Mass Storage mode .................... 83
Memory card insertion slot ......... 18
Memory cards ............................ 87
®
®
Microsoft ActiveSync ................. 81
Mini-USB-Anschluss .................... 18
Mini-USB-Connector .................. 18
Model Overview......................... 94
MP3 Player ................................. 55
List of favourites ..................... 57
MP3-Player
Bookmarks ............................. 58
N Navigation
Autoadapter anschließen........ 38
O On-/ Off button .......................... 17
Operating
Switching on/off the device .... 25
Operating Environment ............. 11
P Password.................................... 27
Picture Viewer
Main screen ............................ 59
Operation............................... 59
R Recycling and Disposal ............... 92
Reinigungsmittel ........................ 91
Reparatur ................................... 10
Reset .......................................... 32
Resetting the navigation system
Hard Reset .............................. 32
Soft Reset ............................... 32
S Safety Instructions
Connection ............................ 12
Safety Instructions
Ambient temperature ............. 11
Operating environment.......... 11
Safety Instructions
Cabling .................................. 13
Safety Instructions
Battery operation ................... 13
Safety Instructions
Care of the display ................. 14
Safety Instructions
Transport ............................... 91
Security ..................................... 27
Service
Faults and possible causes ..... 75
Hotline ................................... 76
Speech commands .................... 44
Standards
FCC Compliance Statement ... 95
Sudoku
Main screen ........................... 70
SuperPIN ............................. 29, 30
Supplied Items ........................... 15
Synchronisation with the PC ...... 81
T Technische Daten ...................... 93
TMC .......................................... 86
Touch Screen ............................. 16
Transfer of card material to a
memory card ......................... 89
Transport ................................... 91
Travel Guide .............................. 62
U UUID.................................... 29, 30
V Verkehrsregeln Europa ............... 73
Views
Back components .................. 17
W Warning function for traffic
monitoring points .................. 41
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12.7 cm / 5“ Navigation System
MEDION® GoPal® P5x60
UK
Medion Electronics Ltd.
120 Faraday Park, Faraday Road, Dorcan
Swindon SN3 5JF, Wiltshire
United Kingdom
Hotline: 0871 37 61 020
(Costs 7p/min from a BT ladline,
mobile costs maybe higher)
Fax: 01793 71 57 16
To contact us by email please visit the „Service and
Support“ section of our website at www.medion.co.uk.
www.medion.co.uk
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