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CONNECTNEXT® INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM USER’S MANUAL
Dear Customer,
Welcome to the CONNECTNEXT® Infotainment System User's Manual. The infotainment system in your vehicle provides you with
state of the art in-car entertainment to enhance your driving experience.
Before using the infotainment system for the first time, please ensure that all users read this manual carefully. The manual will
familiarize you with the infotainment system of your car and its functionalities. It also contains instructions on how to use the
infotainment system in a safe and effective manner.
We insist that all service and maintenance of the infotainment system of your car must be done only at authorized TATA service
centers. Incorrect installation or servicing can cause permanent damage to the system.If you have any further questions about the
infotainment system, please get in touch with the nearest Tata Dealership. We will be happy to answer your queries and value your
feedback.
We wish you a safe and connected drive!
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
2
Conventions ................................. 4
Safety Guidelines ........................ 5
Warranty Clauses ........................ 9
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RADIO
Overview ....................................... 50
Radio Operations ........................ 52
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INTRODUCTION
3
Control Elements Overview ....11
Other Modes of Control ...........16
System Usage ...............................29
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MEDIA
Overview ........................................57
Playing a Media Source .............60
Music Related Functions ........... 65
Picture Viewer ..............................75
Video Playback .............................79
GETTING STARTED
System ON/OFF ........................... 36
Manage General Settings ........ 38
Change Audio Settings ............ 41
Change Volume Settings ......... 45
Reset to Factory Default............ 48
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PHONE
Enable Bluetooth ........................ 84
Pair Devices ................................... 85
Manage Paired Devices ............ 89
Manage Bluetooth Settings .... 92
Change Phone Settings ............ 94
Phone Functions ......................... 98
CONTENTS
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NAVIGATION FEATURE
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General Information .................. 110
Installing APPs for Navigation 112
NaviMaps Getting Started ....... 124
NaviMaps App Operations ...... 143
CONNECTNEXT® Navigation ... 165
Disclaimers .................................... 177
CONNECTNEXT® Nav Limits .... 178
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Frequently Asked Questions .. 206
VEHICLE
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Display Vehicle Setup Screen .179
Set Lock/Unlock Options ..........180
Manage Park Assist .....................182
Manage Exterior Lights .............187
Overview of Climate Control ..188
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ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviations................................ 210
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Voice Recognition Guidelines 191
Voice Recognition Commands 193
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INDEX
Index ................................................ 211
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This guide introduces you to the CONNECTNEXT®
Infotainment system and details its controls, options and
operations.
In addition, the guide contains:
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Illustrations to provide orientations or identification of
various options like buttons and menus.
Cautions related to a topic such as Danger alerts,
Security alerts, Warning statements, Caution notices and
General notes.
A list of abbreviations used in this guide with their
explanation.
An alphabetical index for quick identification of required
topics.
CONVENTIONS
CONVENTIONS
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DANGER :
Text that indicates to actions that might
cause harm to personnel.
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SECURITY ALERT:
Text that indicates to actions which
increases the potential for unauthorized
access.
!
WARNING:
Text that indicates to actions that might
cause harm to the equipment.
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CAUTION:
Text that call for attention.
NOTE:
Text that provides some additional
important information, which when
ignored can cause inconvenience or tips
that will help you in using the equipment.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY GUIDELINES
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DANGER :
The infotainment system must be used in
a way that allows you to drive the vehicle
safely at all times. Failure to do so may
result in an accident involving serious
injury or death.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES
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WARNING:
The infotainment system is a
sophisticated electronic device. Do not
allow improper access of the infotainment
system.
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DANGER :
Permanent hearing loss may occur if you
play your music at loud volumes for
prolonged duration. Exercise caution
when setting the volume of your
infotainment system.
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DANGER :
Exposure of the infotainment system to
water or excessive moisture can cause
electric shocks, fire, or other damages.
Keep this manual in the vehicle, so it will be handy for you to
refer, when needed. If you sell or lend the vehicle, make sure
this manual is available in the vehicle along with other
standard booklets.
Please read and follow the safety guidelines listed in this
section to avoid injury or property damage.
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
SAFETY GUIDELINES WHILE DRIVING
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DANGER :
Glance at the screen of the infotainment
system only when necessary and safe to
do so. If prolonged viewing of the screen
is necessary, park in a safe location and
engage the hand brake.
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DANGER :
Make certain that the volume level of the
infotainment system is set to a level that
allows you to hear outside traffic and
other warnings.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
SYSTEM CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Exert at most care while handling the infotainment system as
partial or complete loss of the infotainment system functions
due to intentional misuse is not covered under warranty.
Some guidance for using or maintaining the system are listed
below:
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WARNING:
Parking under direct sunlight for
prolonged duration can result in high
temperatures inside your car, which can
damage your infotainment system, if
used. So, before using the system let the
car interior to cool down.
!
WARNING:
Do not open the infotainment system as
incorrect handling can damage the
system. Further, warranty is void, if seal is
broken.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
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WARNING:
Do not replace the vehicle speakers or fit
additional speakers with aftermarket
speakers. It may lead to the
malfunctioning or even damage of the
infotainment system.
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WARNING:
Do not apply sticky or strong alcohol
based spray, lotion or liquid on the
infotainment system while cleaning the
vehicle dashboard. This may cause
permanent damage to the system button
functions, knob operations or the display
screen. It may also lead to the
deterioration of the system paint.
!
WARNING:
Usage of paint or color on the
infotainment system can make the
moving parts sticky and stop them from
functioning correctly.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
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WARNING:
Avoid addition of any accessories such as
external amplifiers, which will lead to the
modification of the standard factory
wiring connections. As such unauthorized
interconnections, can result in the
malfunctioning of the infotainment
system. Always contact the Tata dealer for
the changes to the vehicle or system.
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WARNING:
Ensure that any liquid does not enter the
infotainment system, as it will lead to the
failure of radio. The warranty of the
system will be void, if liquid ingress marks
are observed inside the system.
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WARNING:
Do not use excessive force while handling
the infotainment system, USB slot, AUX-In
slot and so on. It might cause damage to
the system or component.
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
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WARNING:
Avoid insertion of any other object in the
SD Card reader slot. Only SD Cards must
be inserted in the slot.
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WARNING:
Do not insert wet, moist or worn out SD
Cards in the SD Card reader slot.
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WARNING:
Do not insert Micro SD Cards into the SD
Card reader slot.
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WARNING:
Avoid usage of hard or sharp objects like
pen, key, USB stick etc. to touch the
screen, as it can cause scratches on the
screen surface.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
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WARNING:
Use a soft, clean and dry cleaning cloth to
clean the touch screen surface. If required,
use a lint-free cloth damped with a
cleaning solution such as isopropyl
alcohol, or an isopropyl alcohol and water
solution ratio of 50:50. Be sure to follow
the solvent manufacturer's precautions
and directions.
!
WARNING:
Avoid spraying or spilling of cleaning
solutions, perfumes, car fresheners,
beverages, caustic chemicals or any
liquids on the touch screen surface, as it
can damage the screen or the
infotainment system.
WARRANTY CLAUSES
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
WARRANTY CLAUSES
The warranty clauses applicable to the infotainment system
are listed below:
1. Warranty is applicable in India only.
2. Warranty for the product is against defective materials
and manufacturing faults for 36 months / 36,000 km
(whichever comes earlier) from the date of the first
sale of vehicle.
3. Display and touch panel, if applicable to your system,
are covered for 12 months / 36,000km (whichever
comes earlier) from the date of the first sale of vehicle.
4. Warranty is expressly not applicable under the
following conditions:
1. Where the product has been dismantled, repaired,
altered, modified or damaged due to user
negligence and misuse
2. The serial number of the product been removed,
defaced or altered.
3. Warranty void sticker is removed or tampered
4. Improper usage such as wrong electrical supply /
voltage setting causing damage to the equipment.
5. Tampered or serviced or repaired by any agency
not authorized by Tata Motors Limited.
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
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The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system provides you with
a bundle of high-end functionalities to:
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Manage in-vehicle entertainment capabilities
Handle certain vehicle feature controls
View information about some vehicle features
Key features of the infotainment system include:
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5” inch WQVGA Touch Screen
4 Speaker Audio
AM and FM Tuner Bands with 20 station memories on
each band
Speed Dependent Volume Control
Display OFF feature for distraction free night drive
USB, iPod, Aux, SD Card and Bluetooth Audio multimedia
support
Video Playback and Image Viewing support from media
sources
Hands-free/Bluetooth support with advance functions
like ‘Set contacts as Favorite’ and ‘Reject with SMS’ for
incoming calls
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Simultaneous pairing with multiple Phone handsets (up
to 10 devices) though Bluetooth for Phone and Music
supports like Phone book download & Audio streaming
Support for navigation using mobile application
supported by Mapmyindia maps
Integrated with vehicle components like FATC and Park
Assist System and displays related information
Vehicle feature control support like handling vehicle
door locking and Approach lights
Infotainment system control from Steering Wheel and IR
Remote Control.
NOTE:
Some of the vehicle features like park
assist system, FATC, locking, and lighting
are not standard in every vehicle variant.
Features that are unavailable in the
vehicle cannot be controlled using the
infotainment system. Please refer to the
Owner’s Manual of your vehicle or check
with your vehicle dealer to confirm the list
of features available in your vehicle.
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
The control elements, buttons and knobs, that are available
on the infotainment system allows you to control the
infotainment system. It provides you with quick and easy
access to the commonly used functions and options of the
infotainment system.
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3
12
4
11
5
10
6
7
8
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Figure 1: CONNECTNEXT® Infotainment System Control Elements
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INTRODUCTION
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
Table 1: Infotainment System Control Elements
Sl
No
Control
Elements
1
Description
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button
Single Press (SP) & Long Press (LP):
Sets infotainment system display OFF, if display is ON
Sets infotainment system display ON, if display is OFF
NOTE:
In the rest of the manual, Single Press and Long Press will be only referred as SP
and LP respectively.
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SP & LP:
Displays the options of the currently played audio source or the currently connected
phone. If a phone with navigation applications is connected to the system, displays
options of the Navigation feature.
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SP & LP:
Displays setup menu.
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SP & LP:
Displays home screen with current media/audio source playing in the background.
button
3
button
4
Home button
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
Table 1: Infotainment System Control Elements
Sl
No
Control
Elements
5
Description
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Volume Rotary
Knob
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6
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SP & LP:
Mute/Un Mute currently played audio/media source.
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SP & LP:
Displays audio setup options.
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SP:
Mute/Unmute
button
7
Audio button
8
Fast
Rewind
button
Clock Wise:
Increases the volume.
Anti-Clock Wise:
Decreases the volume.
SP & LP:
System Audio ON/OFF.
One Hour Mode System Switched ON Mode: Switches OFF the infotainment system.
iPod, USB, Bluetooth Audio & SD: Plays the previous track.
Radio: Enables auto seek down.
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LP:
iPod, USB, Bluetooth Audio & SD: Fast rewinds the current track.
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
Table 1: Infotainment System Control Elements
Sl
No
Control
Elements
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Fast
Forward
button
Description
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SP:
iPod, USB, Bluetooth Audio & SD: Plays the next track.
Radio: Enables auto seek up.
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LP:
iPod, USB, Bluetooth Audio & SD: Fast forwards the current track.
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Menu Rotary
Knob
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14
Clock Wise:
iPod, USB,SD and Bluetooth Audio: Previews next track. On knob press, plays the track.
Radio: Enables manual tune up of FM/AM stations.
Setup, Incoming and Active Phone Calls: Scrolls up through a menu/list like call logs,
contacts, setup options, media list or radio presets.
Anti-Clock Wise:
iPod, USB, SD and Bluetooth Audio: Previews previous track. On knob press, plays the
track.
Setup, Incoming and Active Phone Calls: Scrolls down through a menu/list like call logs,
contacts, setup options, media list or radio presets.
SP & LP:
Selects the selection i.e. a track, a menu, an option, or a FM/AM station/preset.
Incoming Phone Calls: Receives the incoming phone call.
Outgoing Phone Call: Ends the outgoing phone call.
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
Table 1: Infotainment System Control Elements
Sl
No
Control
Elements
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Description
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SP & LP:
Back to the previous menu, if applicable.
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SP & LP:
Displays the Phone menu. If not further action is taken, returns to the mode from which
the Phone button was pressed.
Incoming Phone Call: Accepts (Connects) the Phone call.
Active Phone Call: Displays the Phone Menu with Call Log, Contacts, Favorites and Keypad options.
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SP & LP:
Plays Radio in the last tuner band (FM/AM station).
Radio: Displays the various tuner bands, FM and AM. When the Radio button is pressed
again, the infotainment system displays the stored FM/AM stations.
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SP & LP:
Plays last active media source.
Radio: Plays previous valid media source/default media source.
Media Types: Plays the next active media source.
Back
button
12
button
13
button
14
button
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
In addition to the control elements on the infotainment
system, the system can also be controlled from the:
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Steering Wheel controls
Infra-Red (IR) Remote controls
Steering wheel control elements provide you the flexibility of
controlling your infotainment system even while you are
driving without distracting your attention.
Using the IR Remote control elements, people in the back
seat can also control the infotainment system without asking
the people in the front seat.
NOTE:
The battery inside the IR remote control is
not covered under warranty.
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
STEERING WHEEL CONTROL ELEMENTS
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2
4
7
5
6
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Figure 2: Steering wheel control elements
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INTRODUCTION
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 2: Steering Wheel Control Elements
Sl
No
Control
Element
1
-Seek
Description
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SP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the previous track.
Down
Radio: Plays Previous Radio Preset.
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LP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the previous folder.
Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by decreasing radio frequency until the button is pressed.
2
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Down/UP Scroll:
Plays the media in the following sequence Previous FM station-> Previous AM station>USB/iPod->SD Card->Bluetooth audio streaming->AUX in.
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SP:
Audio Source
Change
3
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Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next track.
Seek Up
Radio: Plays Next Preset.
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LP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next folder.
Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by increasing radio frequency until the button is pressed.
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
Table 2: Steering Wheel Control Elements
Sl
No
Control
Element
4a
And
4b
Description
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SP & LP:
Mutes/Unmutes the audio track.
Incoming Phone Call: Reject call.
Outgoing Phone Call: Cancel call.
Active Phone Call: End call.
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SP:
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LP:
Mute / Reject
Phone Call
5
Increase
Volume
6
Increases volume or ring tone volume as long as the maximum volume is reached.
Decrease
Volume
Increases volume/ring tone volume by 1 unit.
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SP:
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LP:
Decreases volume/ring tone volume by 1 unit.
Decreases volume/ring tone volume as long as volume value reaches 0.
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 2: Steering Wheel Control Elements
Sl
No
7a
And
7b
Control
Element
-
Accept Phone
Call / Phone
Screen /
Activate Voice
Recognition
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Description
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SP:
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Displays Phone screen.
Incoming Phone Call: Accept call.LP:
Activates voice control system or cancels voice control, if active.
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
IR REMOTE CONTROL ELEMENTS
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2
13
3
12
4
11
5
10
6
9
8
7
Figure 3: IR Remote Control Elements
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INTRODUCTION
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
1
Description
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SP & LP:
Mutes/Unmutes the audio track.
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SP:
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LP:
- Mute
2
Increases volume by 1 unit.
Increases volume as long as the maximum volume is not reached.
- Increase
Volume
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
3
Description
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SP:
Plays previous audio track.
Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by decreasing frequency value.
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LP:
Fast rewinds the audio tracks.
- Decrease
Volume
4
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- Random
Track/Folder
On/Off
SP & LP:
iPod: Sets Shuffle On i.e. random playing of songs. When pressed again, Sets Shuffle Off.
The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
USB and SD Card: Randomly plays tracks in the current folder. When pressed again, randomly plays all tracks in the media source. If pressed again, random playing of tracks is
switched off and the tracks are played in sequence. The infotainment system repeats this
cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
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INTRODUCTION
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
5
Description
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SP:
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LP:
Decreases volume by 1 unit.
 Decreases volume as long as volume value reaches 0.
- Decrease
Volume
6a
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SP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next track.
Radio: Initiates Manual Seek by increasing frequency by 1 unit (FM -0.1 MHz and AM -9
kHz).
- Seek Next
Folder
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LP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next folder.
Radio: Initiates Manual Seek until the button is pressed.
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
6b
Description
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SP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the previous track.
Radio: Initiates Manual Seek by decreasing frequency by 1 unit (FM -0.1 MHz and AM -9
kHz).
- Seek Previous
Folder
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LP:
Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the previous folder.
Radio: Initiates Manual Seek until the button is pressed.
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SP & LP:
Plays previous tuner mode.
Radio: Displays the available radio bands. Refer to Radio chapter.
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SP & LP:
Plays previous active media source or plays the next media source.
- Play Radio
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- Play Media
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INTRODUCTION
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
9
Description
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SP & LP:
Media Types (Except AUX-In and BTSA playback) and Radio: Scans tracks/stations in
sequence and plays each of them for 10 seconds.
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SP & LP:
Media Types and Radio: Goes to next preset.
- Scan Audio
Source
10
- Play Preset
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
11
Description
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SP & LP:
iPod: Repeats track. When pressed again, repetition of the track is switched off. The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
USB and SD Card: Repeats song. When pressed again, repeatedly plays all tracks in the
current folder. If pressed again, repetition of tracks is switched off and the tracks are
played in sequence. The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the button is
repeatedly pressed.
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SP:
- Repeat Track/
Folder
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Plays next audio track.
Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by increasing frequency value.
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LP:
Fast forwards the audio tracks.
- Seek Next
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SP & LP:
Pauses/plays the audio track.
- Play/Pause
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
Sl.
No.
Control
Element
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- System On/
Off
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Description
SP & LP:
The system will change to media switched ON/OFF mode.
SYSTEM USAGE
INTRODUCTION
SYSTEM USAGE
The menus and submenus in the CONNECTNEXT®
infotainment system helps you to easily browse and access
the various features and functions of the system.
CONNECTNEXT® MENU STRUCTURE
Access to any function/feature begins from the Main Menu.
The main menu of the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system
has 8 blank editable menu options and 1 non-editable
Navigation menu option.
Figure 4: Home Screen with Configured Media Menu
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Blank editable menu option, which
can be configured as a shortcut
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Depending on the functionality, the infotainment system
provides multiple levels of submenus.
Creating shortcuts (Main Menu Options)
You can create shortcuts for frequently used features or
submenu option by assigning them to the 8 blank editable
menu options that are available in the Main menu.
NOTE:
You will not be able to assign a feature or
submenu option to the non-editable
Navigation menu option.
To create a shortcut:
1. In the Main menu, navigate to the blank editable
menu option and do a SP. The system displays the Add
Shortcuts screen.
NOTE:
You can also do a LP, display Manage
Shortcuts screen and select the Add
shortcuts option to view the Add
Shortcuts screen.
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SYSTEM USAGE
2. In the Add Shortcuts screen, navigate to and select the
required main menu option (Media/Phone/Radio/
Setup) for whose submenu option you want to create
the shortcut. The system displays the submenu
options of the selected menu.
3. Navigate to and select the required submenu option
for which you want to create the shortcut. The system
assigns the access to the submenu option to the blank
editable menu and also displays the name and icon of
the submenu option on the Main menu option. You
can now select the Main menu option to access the
submenu.
Deleting a shortcut
To delete a shortcut:
1. LP on the required shortcut (Main menu option). The
system displays the Manage Shortcuts screen.
NOTE:
Only shortcuts that have been assigned to
a feature or submenu option can be
deleted. Blank shortcuts (Main menu
options) cannot be deleted.
SYSTEM USAGE
2. In the Manage Shortcuts screen, navigate to and select
the Remove Shortcut option. The system deletes the
shortcut and displays it as a blank editable Main menu
option.
INTRODUCTION
Selecting an On-Screen Object
You can select an on-screen object to:

The system only deletes the shortcut. The feature or
submenu option that was previously assigned to the Main
menu option will be still available in the system. You will be
able to access the feature or submenu option using an
alternate way. Refer to the section of the feature or submenu
to identify the alternate way of access.



display the corresponding submenu of the selected
menu.
display a popup with information/message.
activate the function corresponding to the selected
button.
select or deselect a check box or a option button.
ACCESSING THE MAIN MENU
You can view the Main Menu and its options by pressing the
button from any screen of the infotainment system.
NAVIGATING BETWEEN ON-SCREEN OBJECTS
The on-screen objects of the infotainment system like,
menus, buttons and so on can be accessed using the
knob and the Touch Screen.
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INTRODUCTION
Using Touch Screen:
SYSTEM USAGE
Tap on the on-screen object.
!
WARNING:
Avoid usage of hard or sharp objects like
pen, key, USB stick etc. to touch the
screen, as it can cause scratches on the
screen surface.
Using Menu/Volume Rotary Knob:
Figure 5: Tapping on an On-Screen Object
Figure 6: Rotating/Pressing
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SYSTEM USAGE
INTRODUCTION
1. Rotate the
knob clock-wise or anti-clockwise to navigate to the required on-screen object like
menu option or button.
Using Touch Screen:
The system highlights the object that is currently in
focus.
2. Press the
screen object.
knob to select the required on-
NOTE:
The same functionalities are applicable
for using the
Knob.
Scrolling Through a Menu List
When there are many menu options, the system:


displays a scroll bar beside the options.
displays arrows on the left & right/top & bottom of the
options.
Figure 7: Moving Slider/Tapping Arrows

Move the slider of the scroll bar up & down or left & right
with your finger.
or

Tap on the
screen.
,
,
or
arrows on the display
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Using Menu Rotary Knob:
1. Rotate the
knob clock-wise or anti-clockwise to scroll through the menu list.
Modifying the Value in a Range
Using Touch Screen:
SYSTEM USAGE
2. After selecting the required value in the range, press
the
HK to set the value.
NOTE:
You can select a value from a range using
the touch screen only. The
knob cannot be used.
Going to the Parent Menu from a Submenu
1. Press the
button on the infotainment system
to display the parent menu of the currently active
submenu.
Identifying the Currently Active Menu from the
Display Screen
The display screen of the infotainment system has 3
information areas.
Figure 8: Increasing/Decreasing Values
1. Tap on the + screen icon to increase the value or screen icon to decrease the value.
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SYSTEM USAGE
INTRODUCTION
3. Footer Area: Displays the current settings of the fully
automatic temperature control system (only if
available in the vehicle), else displays
CONNECTNEXT®.
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HANDLING POPUPS
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The infotainment system displays popups to:


3
Figure 9: Sample Display Screen
1. Header Area: Displays feature icon and name,
submenu option name, bluetooth status (only if
bluetooth device connected to the infotainment
system), battery power, connectivity and signal
strength and time.
2. Active Area: Displays submenu options, information
or progress of the currently selected menu function/
feature.

indicate progress of an activity - will disappear once the
activity in progress ends.
display important messages regarding system or the
currently active feature - will disappear automatically
after 5 seconds.
prompt you to confirm an action before performing it will be automatically closed and previous screen will be
displayed, if no action is taken with 1 seconds.
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
To use the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system, you must
first switch it ON.
SYSTEM ON/OFF
SYSTEM ON/OFF
1. To switch the infotainment system ON/OFF, press the
knob.
NOTE:
When the vehicle ignition is switched ON and the infotainment
system is switched ON, the system will be in the System
Switched ON (Active) Mode.
When the vehicle ignition is ON and if you
press the
knob to switch OFF the
system, media source or radio that is
currently played will be stopped and the
system displays the system clock.
When the vehicle ignition is switched ON, the system is
automatically switched ON and the audio source that was
active before system switch OFF is reactivated. Even if the
system was switched OFF using the
knob, the
system will be automatically switched ON, after vehicle
ignition switch ON.
If the vehicle ignition is switched OFF and the key is removed,
the system is switched OFF. The system will now be in the
System Switched OFF Mode and no functions will be
available.
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SYSTEM ON/OFF
GETTING STARTED
When the vehicle ignition and the infotainment system is
switched ON and you press the
knob, the system
will be in the Media Switched OFF Mode.
All entertainment functions (Media/ Radio) will be
unavailable in this mode. Only Phone and display functions
like Setup, HVAC and so on will be active. By default, the
system will display the time and date on the screen.
When the vehicle ignition is switched OFF, you can switch ON
the infotainment system by pressing the
knob and
the system will be available for the next one hour. This is
called the One Hour System Switched ON Mode.
After an hour, the system will be automatically switched OFF.
Only Phone and entertainment functions (Media/Radio) will
be available in this mode.If an active phone call is in progress,
the system will not be switched OFF after an hour. The system
will be switched OFF, after the active call ends.
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MANAGE GENERAL SETTINGS
MANAGE GENERAL SETTINGS
To handle the general CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system
settings like, date and time:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the General option. The system
displays the various options for setting the basic
system parameters.
NOTE:
The language used in the infotainment
system is English. Other languages are not
supported.
Figure 10: Setup Screen
SETTING DATE
To set the system date:
1. In the General, navigate to and select the Set Date
option. The system displays the Set Date screen.
2. In the Set Date screen, highlight the day (DD) field and
select the required day value.
3. Highlight the month (MM) field and select the
required month value.
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4. Highlight the year (YY) field and select the required
year value.
5. When the required date is selected, select the SET
button. The selected date is set as the system date.
GETTING STARTED
2. In the Set Time screen, highlight the hour field and
select the required hour value.
3. Highlight the minutes field and select the required
minute value.
4. Highlight the time period (AM/PM) field, select the
required time period value.
NOTE:
The Time Period option will be available
only if the ‘Use 24 Hour Format’ option is
not set.
5. When the required time is selected, select the SET
button. The selected time is set as the system time.
Changing the Time Format
Figure 11: Set Day Screen
SETTING TIME
To set the system time:
By default, the infotainment system clock displays time in 12
Hour format. To change it to the 24 Hour format:
1. In the General options, navigate to and select the Use
24 Hour Format option. The check box beside the
option is selected and the system clock displays time
in the 24 hour format.
1. In the General options, navigate to and select the Set
Time option. The system displays the Set Time screen.
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MANAGE GENERAL SETTINGS
NOTE:
To change back to the 12 Hour format,
clear the ‘Use 24 Hour Format’ check box.
CLEARING PERSONAL DATA
The system allows you to clear your following personal data
that are stored in the system:


Paired and connected devices.
Favorites contacts.
To clear the personal data stored in the system:
1. In the General options, navigate to and select the
Clear Personal Data option. The system displays a
message popup indicating that all personal data
stored on the system will be cleared.
2. In the message popup, select Yes to initiate the
clearing action. The system clears all your personal
data stored in its memory
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Figure 12: Clear Personal Data Message Popup
CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
GETTING STARTED
CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Scroll to and select the Audio option. The system
displays the various options for setting the audio
parameters.
NOTE:
The audio settings are common to all
media sources.
Treble: Increase or decrease the high frequencies of the
audio sources.
To set the bass, middle and/or treble values:
1. In the Audio options, navigate to and select the Bass,
Mid & Treble option. The system displays the Bass/
Mid/Treble screen.
2. In the Bass, Mid & Treble screen, modify the settings of
the required fields, by setting them to new values in
the range of -10 to +10.
NOTE:
You can also view the Audio options by
pressing the
button.
SETTING BASS, MIDDLE AND TREBLE VALUES
Bass: Increase or decrease the gain of low frequencies of the
audio sources.
Middle: Increase or decrease the mid frequency of the audio
sources.
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NOTE:
The default values of Bass, Mid and Treble
fields are 0.
CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
To set the balance and/or fader values:
1. In the Audio options, navigate to and select the
Balance & Fader option The system displays the
corresponding screen.
2. In the Balance & Fader screen, modify the settings of
the required fields, by setting them to new values in
the range of -5 to +5.
NOTE:
The position of the
symbol indicates
the current volume distribution between
the different speakers of the vehicle.
NOTE:
Figure 13: Bass, Mid & Treble Screen
SETTING BALANCE AND FADER
Balance: Change this value to set the volume distribution
between the left and right speakers of the vehicle.
Fader: Change this value to set the volume distribution
between the front and rear speakers of the vehicle.
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The default values of Balance and Fader
fields are 0.
CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
GETTING STARTED
Resetting Fader Settings
1. In the Balance & Fader screen, select the Reset button.
The system resets the current fader value to equally
distribute volume to both front and rear speakers.
SELECTING AN AUDIO PRESET/EQUALIZER
The infotainment system enables you to automatically
change the audio settings depending on your favorite type of
music. The preset options that are available to you are:

Figure 14: Balance & Fader Screen
Distributing Volume Only to Front Speakers
1. In the Balance & Fader screen, select the Driver
button. The system distributes volume only to the
front speakers.
Distributing Volume Only to Rear Speakers
1. In the Balance & Fader screen, select the Rear button.
The system distributes volume only to the rear
speakers.
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Classic
Pop
Jazz
Rock
Flat
Speech
User
To change the audio settings to match your favorite type of
music:
1. n the Audio options, navigate to and select the Audio
Preset option. The system displays the available audio
preset options.
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GETTING STARTED
2. Scroll to and select your favorite option. The system
automatically changes the audio settings depending
on your selection.
NOTE:
The system displays the selected audio
preset name beside the Audio Preset/
Equalizer menu option and in the Bass,
Mid & Treble screen.
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CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
To handle the volume settings of the vehicle and the various
features of the infotainment system:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the Volume option. The system
displays the Volume Setup screen with various
options for setting the volume of the vehicle or other
system features.
GETTING STARTED
To set the speed dependent volume:
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the Speed
Dependent Volume field, modify the settings of the
field, by setting it to a new value in the range of 0 to 5.
NOTE:
The default value of Speed Dependent
Volume is, ‘1’ and when set to ‘0’ it
corresponds to switching OFF the
volume.
SETTING SPEED DEPENDENT VOLUME
 DEFINITION:
When the vehicle speed increases, the engine
noise and surrounding noise like wind sound
increases. The Speed Dependent Volume
feature adjusts the audio volume of your system
with the speed of the vehicle. This allows you to
feel that the music is played at the same
volume.
Figure 15: Volume Setup Screen
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GETTING STARTED
SETTING PHONE AUDIO VOLUME
This option sets the in-call volume of the connected phone.
To set the phone audio volume:
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the Phone Audio
Volume field, modify the settings of the field, by
setting it to a new value in the range of 0 to 30.
NOTE:
The default value of Phone Audio Volume
is, ‘10’.
SETTING STARTUP VOLUME
 DEFINITION:
Startup volume is the audio volume at which
your music will be played, when the system is
switched ON with the vehicle ignition switch
ON. At system startup, the lower of the system
volume or startup volume will be used as the
system audio volume.
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CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
To set the startup volume of the system:
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the Startup Volume
field, modify the settings of the field, by setting it to a
new value in the range of 5 to 20.
NOTE:
At system startup, if the system volume is
higher than the startup volume, the lower
of them will be set as the volume.
NOTE:
The default value of Startup Volume is,
‘10’.
SETTING SMS READ OUT VOLUME
This option sets the volume in which your SMS will be read
out to you.
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the SMS Read Out
Volume field, modify the settings of the field, by
setting it to a new value in the range of 0 to 30.
CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
NOTE:
GETTING STARTED
2. Navigate to and select the required amplification
level.
The default value of Startup Volume is,
‘10’.
SETTING VOICE COMMAND VOLUME
This option sets the volume that will be applicable to the
voice recognition feature.
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the Voice Command
Volume field, modify the settings of the field, by
setting it to a new value in the range of 0 to 10.
SETTING THE AUX-IN GAIN
The infotainment system acts as the amplifier for the audio
output from the Auxiliary devices. You can set the audio
output amplification level to Low, Mid (medium) or High.
To set the audio amplification level:
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the Aux-In Gain
option. The system displays the available
amplification level options.
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GETTING STARTED
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT
You can reset the infotainment system to the factory settings
i.e default settings. This option is mainly useful when you are
giving your vehicle to someone for temporary usage or when
you are selling your vehicle.
When you reset the system to factory settings, the following
changes will be made:





All Setup settings like volume, audio and so on, which
were changed by the user will be restored to default.
All Bluetooth devices will be disconnected and paired
devices will be deleted
System Bluetooth name will be reset to Connectne><t.
All media source details stored in the system will be
cleared.
All the Radio presets will be cleared and the default
frequencies will be set i.e. FM -87.5 MHz and AM -531
kHz.
NOTE:
If Radio was the last played source or
when you play Radio again, the default
frequency will be played.
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RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT
To reset the system to factory default settings:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the Restore Factory Settings
option. The system initiates the restoring to factory
default settings action. The media source/radio that is
currently played will be stopped. Phone will be
disconnected.
Once the reset is completed, the system prompts the
user to switch OFF ignition and remove the key. The
reset action is completed, when you insert the key
again (after 10 seconds at least) and switch ON
ignition.
NOTE:
You will not be able to initiate reset to
factory default when the vehicle is in the
One Hour System Switched ON Mode.
However, if you switch OFF ignition while
the reset is in progress, the system
completes the reset operations in the One
Hour System Switched ON Mode.
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT
GETTING STARTED
Figure 16: Reset to Factory Defaults Message Popup
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RADIO
OVERVIEW
RADIO
OVERVIEW
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system supports FM and
AM radio bands.
To view the radio screen, press the
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AM/FM RECEPTION LIMITATIONS
2
3
Some AM/FM signal reception limitations of the system are
listed below:
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1. The AM/FM signal reception of the system does not
cover long ranges. If your vehicle leaves the
transmitter range, the sound quantity will become
poor and there may be noise interferences.
2. The AM/FM signal cannot pass through hills and tall
buildings. If vehicles enter such areas, the reception
will be poor or there might be no reception at all.
3. The AM/FM signal reception quality might deteriorate
with multi path effect, which results due to signal
reflections from hills and tall buildings.
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button.
5
6
Figure 17: Radio Screen
Table 4: Radio Screen
1.
Radio Feature Icon
2.
Currently active radio band (FM/AM)
OVERVIEW
RADIO
Table 4: Radio Screen
3.
List of preset buttons with their corresponding radio
station frequencies
4.
Preset browse button
5.
Preset number (1to 20)
6.
Page indicator to navigate between different sets of
preset buttons.
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RADIO
RADIO OPERATIONS
RADIO OPERATIONS
The system allows you to perform the following radio
operations:





Changing the radio band
Tuning radio stations
Handling presets
AutoStore
Scan
CHANGING THE RADIO BAND
Figure 18: Radio Bands Popup Menu
To change the radio band:
1. In the Radio Screen, press the Radio feature icon. The
system displays the radio bands in a popup menu.
2. Select the required radio band. The system displays
the details of the selected radio band.
NOTE:
When in the Radio Screen, you can also
press the
HK to toggle between
the various radio bands (FM/AM).
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RADIO OPERATIONS
RADIO
Increasing/Decreasing Radio Volume
Rotate the
to the next available radio station by increasing or
decreasing the frequency.
knob clockwise/anti-clockwise to
Stopping Auto Tuning
increase or decrease volume.
The system automatically stops the Auto Tuning action, when
it reaches the next/previous receivable frequency or when
the search is unsuccessful.
TUNING RADIO STATIONS
The infotainment system supports Manual tuning as well as
Auto tuning radio stations.
Manually Tuning a Radio Station
1. Press any button or touch anywhere on the screen.
Scanning Radio Stations
To manually tune radio stations:
1. In the Radio screen, rotate the
knob to tune
to the next radio station by increasing or decreasing
the frequency.
Auto Tuning a Radio Station
To auto tune radio stations:
1. In the Radio screen, press the
To stop the auto tuning action manually:
 DEFINITION:
You can scan through the available radio
stations, when you are not sure of the station
you want to hear. While scanning, the system
plays each receivable station for 10 seconds.
You must stop the scanning to continue hearing
to a station.
button or the
button. The system will automatically tune
To scan through the radio stations.
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RADIO OPERATIONS
1. In the Radio screen, press the
button. The
system displays the radio options.
2. From the radio options, navigate to and select Scan.
The system tunes to the next receivable station and
plays it for 10 seconds. The scanning will be continued
until stopped/cancelled.
NOTE:
To stop the scanning action manually,
press any button or touch anywhere on
the screen.
NOTE:
Figure 19: Radio Stations Auto Scanning
To cancel the scanning action, press the
knob.
NOTE:
You can store the currently played station
in any preset (1 to 20) by touching the
required preset number button from the
list of preset button displayed at the
bottom of the screen. Refer to the
Handling Presets section for information
on presets.
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HANDLING PRESETS
 DEFINITION:
You can store a radio station in the system
memory as a Preset, which will help in quick
access of the station.
The infotainment system supports 20 presets per radio band.
RADIO
Auto Storing Presets
 DEFINITION:
The infotainment system allows you to
automatically search and store available radio
stations as presets. When initiated, the Auto
Store feature priorities and stores the available
stations, in the ascending order of their
frequency, in the presets.
Storing Presets
To enable auto search and storing of presets:
To store a tuned frequency (radio station) in a preset:
1. In the Radio screen, long press the required preset
number (1 to 20) on the screen.
1. In the Radio screen, press the
button. The
system displays the radio options.
2. From the radio options, navigate to and select
Autostore. The system search for the available radio
stations and when found stores the stations as the
presets for the current radio band (AM/FM). When
radio stations have been stored in all presets or if
there are no more available stations, the system stops
the automatic storing of presets action.
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RADIO OPERATIONS
Playing a Preset
BROWSING THROUGH THE PRESETS
To play a radio station that was stored as a preset:
To browse through the preset list:
1. Press the
button. the system displays the
Radio screen.
2. Change to the required radio band, if not already
displayed.
3. Navigate to and select the corresponding preset
button.
NOTE:
knob or the scroll bar beside the list.
NOTE:
You can also browse through the presets
You can also play a preset by browsing
through the available presets using the
and the
Steering
Wheel control elements or IR Remote
control elements and pressing the
knob to play it.
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1. In the Radio screen, select the preset browse button.
The system displays the Preset screen with the list of
presets. You can view the different presets by
navigating through the sets of presets either using the
by using the
and the
Steering Wheel control elements or IR
Remote control elements.
OVERVIEW
MEDIA
MEDIA
OVERVIEW
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system supports the
following media sources from which you can play music,
videos and view pictures:
1
2
3
1. USB source
2. Bluetooth Audio source
3. iPod
4. Audio AUX-In source
5. SD Card source
The audio formats that are supported by the system are:.aac,
.mp3, and .wma .
The supported video formats are .mp4, .avi and .divx.
4
NOTE:
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
Figure 20: Sample Media Screen - USB Source
Video playbacks and viewing of pictures
are supported from USB source and SD
card only.
Table 5: Media Screen
1.
Feature Icon
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MEDIA
OVERVIEW
Table 5: Media Screen
2.
Active Media Source Type
3.
Current Active Track Information
4.
Play/Pause Touch Icon
5.
Progress Bar
6.
Switch On/Off Repeat Icon
7.
Footer Area
8.
Switch On/Off Shuffle
9.
Folder Next Icon
10.
Folder Previous Icon
11.
Browse Icon
NOTE:
The Folder Next and Previous icons are
available only for the USB and SD Card
media sources, which have media content
stored in folders. The icons will not be
visible for iPod, Bluetooth and AUX-In
media sources.
Figure 21: Sample Media Screen - iPod Source
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OVERVIEW
MEDIA
NOTE:
For Bluetooth media source devices, the
Media screen options will vary depending
on the AVRCP version of the device. For
devices with AVRCP 1.4, all screen options
listed in the table, except the folder
options (9 and 10) will be available in the
Media screen. For devices with AVRCP 1.3
and above, the system displays the device
name, the current active track name, a
default track image and the play/pause
icon. For devices with AVRCP below 1.3,
the system only displays the device name
and the play/pause icon. Please note that
behavior on Bluetooth profiles can vary
from device to device. Please check your
phone user manual for more details.
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MEDIA
PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
NOTE:
The infotainment system allows you to play a media source
type by using anyone of the following ways:
USB devices with up to 32 GB of memory
are supported by the system.
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
By inserting/connecting a media source device to the
vehicle
By selecting a media source type from the Media Sources
menu options
By a shortcut configured for the media type
By using the Voice Command
NOTE:
Depending on the content and device
type, some media source devices might
take more time to start.
CONNECTING TO A MEDIA SOURCE
The USB or Auxiliary media devices must be physically
connected to the vehicle for the system to recognize and
access them. Refer to your vehicle Owner’s Manual for
information on where and how to connect the USB and
Auxiliary devices to your vehicle.
Bluetooth devices do not require any physical connection to
the vehicle or system. Once you enable the Bluetooth feature
in the media device and the system, both the devices can be
connected and paired with each other.
NOTE:
While playing music tracks from
Bluetooth devices, the volume must be
set to maximum in the device.
SD Cards can be connected to the system by inserting them
into the SD Card reader slot.
NOTE:
SD Cards with up to 16 GB of memory are
supported by the system.
To insert a SD Card in the reader slot:
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PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
MEDIA
1. Open the cover of the reader slot by pulling the flap
down.The card slot will be visible.
Figure 23: Inserting SD Card
Figure 22: Opening SD Card reader slot
2. In the card slot, insert your SD Card with the SD sticker
on the top.
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MEDIA
PLAYING MEDIA SOURCE AUTOMATICALLY
If a media source is inserted when the system is ON, the
system immediately recognizes the source and starts reading
the source. Once the reading is complete, the system
automatically plays the music stored in the source.
Figure 24: Message Popup Indicating iPod Source Insertion
If the system is switched OFF, the system stops playing the
source. When the system is switched ON again and if the
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PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
source is still connected, the system starts playing music from
where the source was stopped.
NOTE:
For good audio quality, music tracks
recorded at 192 kbps or above are
recommended for playing in the system. If
tracks recorded at lower rates are played
like around 128 kbps, there will be
noticeable difference while listening.
PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
MEDIA
SELECTING A MEDIA SOURCE
When multiple media sources are connected to the
infotainment system or to play a particular media source that
was stopped earlier, you can select the required source from
the list of available Media Sources.
To select the required media source:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Media screen and plays the track that was played last,
if the source is still connected.
2. In the Media screen, touch the Feature icon on the
screen. The system displays the media sources
submenu options popup.
3. In the media source options popup, select the
required media source option. The system starts
playing music track from the selected source.
Figure 25: Media Sources Options Popup
Only sources that are currently connected to the
infotainment system can be played when selected. The
sources that are highlighted in the media options popup are
currently available for playing. I
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PLAYING MEDIA SOURCE USING A SHORTCUT
If you have configured a shortcut in the Home scree for one
or more media sources, you can play the required media
source by navigating and selecting the required media
option from the Main Menu. Refer to the Creating Shortcuts
section, for the steps involved in creating shortcuts for the
various media sources and the System Navigations section
to understand how to select a Main Menu Option.
PLAYING MEDIA SOURCE USING A VOICE COMMAND
You can also access a media source type and play it using the
Voice Recognition Command feature. Refer to the Voice
Recognition Command section for more information.
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PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
MEDIA
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
1. In the Media screen, touch the Pause icon on the
screen. The system pauses playing the music and the
button changes to a Play icon.
The infotainment system allows you to perform the following
music related operations
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Repeat the step to restart playing the music.
NOTE:
Play/pause music
Increase/decrease/mute volume
Repeat music track/folder
Randomly play music tracks in a folder/media source
View next/previous music track names
Play next/previous music tracks
Perform Fast Forward/Fast Rewind
Play next/previous folder
View information of a music track
Browse through the music content
Scan through the music content
You can also use the
on the IR
Remote Control to pause/play music.
NOTE:
If the system comes across a corrupt
music track in your media source, the
system tries to play the track and after 2
seconds automatically moves to the next
music track in the media source.
PAUSING/PLAYING MUSIC
HANDLING MUSIC VOLUME
Using the system, you can playback a maximum of 15000
music files.
The infotainment system allows you to:
To pause playing of music:
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Increase/decrease the volume of the music
Mute/Un-mute the volume
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
Increasing/decreasing volume
NOTE:
To increase /decrease the volume of the music:
1. Rotate the
knob clockwise/anti-clockwise to
increase or decrease volume.
You can also process the
control
element on the Steering Wheel or the IR
Remote Control to mute the volume.
REPEATING TRACK/FOLDER
NOTE:
You can either repeat a track or repeat music tracks in a folder.
You can also use the
and the
control elements on the Steering
Wheel or the IR Remote Control to increase/
decrease the volume.
Muting/un-muting volume
To mute/un-mute volume:
1. Press the
button. The system mutes the
volume. When you press the button again, the system
will un-mute the volume.
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To repeat a track or tracks in a folder:
1. In the Media screen, press the Switch On/Off Repeat
Icon.The system repeats the current track and displays
a ‘T’ above the Repeat icon to indicate the action.
When you press the icon again, the system repeats the
tracks in the current folder and displays a ‘F’ above the
Repeat icon. If you press the icon for the third time,
the repeat action is stopped.
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
NOTE:
MEDIA
PLAYING TRACKS RANDOMLY
You can also press the
You can enable the system to randomly select and play music
tracks available in a folder or all music tracks in the media
source, instead of playing them in the sequence they are
stored.
NOTE:
To randomly play music tracks:
control
element on the IR Remote Control to repeat
track/folder.
For some Bluetooth audio devices, all
repeat functions may not work. The
availability of the functions is dependant
on the Audio/Video Remote Control
Profile (AVRCP) version of your device.
NOTE:
For iPod devices, you can repeat only the
tracks in the device.
NOTE:
The repeat functionalities are not
supported for the AUX-In music sources.
1. In the Media screen, press the Switch On/Off Shuffle
Icon.The system randomly plays all tracks in the
current folder or all music tracks in the media source.
If you press the icon again, the shuffle action is
stopped.
NOTE:
You can also press the
control
element on the IR Remote Control to
randomly play all tracks in a folder.
NOTE:
For iPod devices (Apple devices), you can
randomly play all tracks only in the music
source device.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
NOTE:
For some Bluetooth audio devices, all
random functions may not work. The
availability of the functions is dependant
on the Audio/Video Remote Control
Profile (AVRCP) version of your device.
2. Press the
track.
knob to select the required music
NOTE:
The shuffle functionalities are not
supported for the AUX-In music sources.
VIEWING NEXT/PREVIOUS MUSIC TRACK NAMES
When in a music track, the system allows you to view the
next/previous music track names. This functionality is
supported only for USB, SD Card and iPod devices.
To view the next/previous music track names:
1.From within the Media screen, rotate the
knob clock-wise or anti-clock-wise to view the next/
previous music track.
The system displays the next/previous music track
name in the Next Song Preview area.
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Figure 26: Media Screen with Previous Music Track Name
PLAYING NEXT/PREVIOUS MUSIC TRACKS
When in a music track, the system allows you to play the
next/previous music tracks.
To play the next/previous music tracks:
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
MEDIA
1.From within the Media screen, SP the
or the
button to play the next or previous track
respectively. The system plays the next/previous track.
NOTE:
You can also do a SP of the
the
or
IR Remote control
elements or press the
and the
Steering Wheel control
elements to play the previous or next
music track respectively.
NOTE:
The next/previous music track
functionalities are not supported for the
AUX-In music sources.
NOTE:
For some Bluetooth audio devices, the
playing next/previous music tracks
functions may not work. The availability
of the function is dependant on the
Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
(AVRCP) version of your device.
PERFORM FAST FORWARD/FAST REWIND
You can fast forward or fast rewind the music tracks to quickly
complete playing them and move ahead or backward in the
folder.
To fast forward or fast rewind:
1.From within the Media screen, LP the
or the
button. The system fast forwards or fast
rewinds the music tracks until the button is released
and the action is stopped. The system plays the music
track that is in focus when the action is stopped.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
To shift to the next/previous folder:
NOTE:
You can also do a LP of the
or
the
IR Remote control
elements to fast rewind or fast forward
music tracks respectively.
NOTE:
NOTE:
You can also long press the
and
The fast forward/ fast rewind of music
tracks functionalities are not supported
for the AUX-In music sources.
the
Steering Wheel control
elements or IR Remote control elements
to play the previous or next folder
respectively.
NOTE:
NOTE:
The fast forward/fast rewind operation
response depends on the Bluetooth
Device response.
The next/previous folder functionalities
are not supported for the iPod (Apple
devices) devices, Bluetooth devices and
AUX-In music sources.
PLAYING NEXT/PREVIOUS FOLDER
When in a music track, the system allows you to shift to the
next/previous folder and play the music tracks in them.
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1. When in the Media screen, press the Folder Up or the
Folder Down icon to shift to the next or previous
folder respectively. The system plays the first music
track in the selected folder.
VIEWING MUSIC TRACK INFORMATION
To view the details of a music track:
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
MEDIA
1. When the music track is played, press the Media
Feature icon. The system displays the Media
submenu options in a popup.
NOTE:
The information displayed by the
functionality is dependent on the
information stored in the music track and
supported by the media source device.
For example, album art information is not
supported for Bluetooth devices.
2. Touch the Info icon
. The system displays
the Song Info screen with details of the track, which
contains details like, Song name, Artist, Album, Genre,
Year, Album number, Track number and so on.
NOTE:
.
You can also display the Song Info screen
by touching the album art (picture
displayed beside the music track name) of
the track. If there is no specific album art
for the music track, the system displays a
default picture. You can touch the default
picture to view the details of the track.
NOTE:
The view music track information
functionality is not support for the AUX-In
music sources.
Figure 27: Music Track Information Screen
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
BROWSING THROUGH THE MEDIA CONTENT
NOTE:
You can perform a category based browsing of media
content stored in a media device.
NOTE:
The types of categories supported will
depend on the Media source/device.
NOTE:
The system supports limited browsing of
Bluetooth media source devices with
AVRCP 1.4. Devices with lower AVRCP
versions cannot be browsed.
To browse through the media content:
1. In the Media screen, touch the Browse (
The system displays the Browse screen with
applicable categories list.
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You can also view the Browse screen, by
pressing the
button or the
knob from within the Media
screen and selecting the Browse menu
option.
2. Select the required category from the list. The system
displays the music tracks grouped under the
selection.
3. From the available music tracks, chose from the
required music track. The system plays the selected
music track.
NOTE:
To play or browse through all music tracks
within a category, you can touch the
)icon.
Browse icon
or Play icon
displayed beside the applicable category
names.
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
MEDIA
SCANNING THROUGH THE MEDIA DEVICE
 DEFINITION:
When you are unsure of the music track you
want to hear, you can scan through the tracks on
your media source. While scanning, the system
plays each track for 10 seconds. You must stop
the scanning to continue hearing to a track.
NOTE:
Figure 28: Media Options Screen
You can scan through a USB/SD Card/iPod
media device for the required music track.
To scan through a media device:
1. When in the Media screen, press the
The system displays the Options screen.
button.
2. Navigate to and select the Scan option. The system
displays the Scanning in progress screen and plays
each track until the scanning is stopped for 10
seconds. the name of the currently played track is also
displayed in the screen.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
NOTE:
If you browse to a category and then
initiate the scan, only the tracks in the
selected category will be scanned.
NOTE:
You can cancel the scanning process to
play a track completely.
Stopping Media Device Scanning
Figure 29: Media Source Scanning in Progress
NOTE:
You can also initiate scanning of the
Media device by pressing the
IR Remote control element.
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To stop scanning of the media device:
1. In the scan screen, select Cancel, using the
knob. The system stops scanning the media device
and starts playing music from the current music track.
PICTURE VIEWER
MEDIA
PICTURE VIEWER
If your USB/SD Card media device have picture files, you can
view them in the infotainment system. The system supports
viewing of JPEG (.jpg), BMP, GIF and PNG picture file formats.
!
DANGER :
Viewing of pictures while driving can be a
distraction and may lead to accidents. So,
avoid accessing pictures while driving.
ACCESSING THE PICTURE FILES
Figure 30: Closing Picture Viewer Warning Message
You can view pictures files by using the picture viewer feature
of the infotainment system. The feature is unavailable when
the vehicle is in motion. While driving, if you select a picture
file, the system displays a warning message informing you
not to open picture files while driving.
While viewing picture files, if you start and drive your vehicle
and the vehicle reaches a speed of 5 km/h or more, the
system displays a warning message to indicate that the
picture will be closed and closes the picture viewer after 10
seconds, if no action is taken.
You can access the picture files by selecting anyone of the
following options:
1. When there are no audio files and only picture files
exist in the media device:
1. When you insert the media source, the system
displays a popup message informing you that there
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are no audio files and prompting you to confirm
whether you want to view the pictures.
PICTURE VIEWER
NOTE:
You can also view the Browse screen, by
pressing the
button or the
knob from within the Media
screen and selecting the Browse menu
option in the Media Options Screen.
Figure 31: Popup Message When only Picture Files Exist
2. Select Yes. The system displays the Media->Browse
screen with Pictures option.
3. Navigate to and select Pictures. The system
displays the Picture screen with the list of all images
in the media source.
2. When there are audio files and picture files in the
media device:
1. In the Media screen, touch the Browse icon. The
system displays the Browse screen with applicable
categories list.
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Figure 32: Media Options Screen
PICTURE VIEWER
2. In the Browse screen, navigate and select the
Pictures option. The system displays the Pictures
screen.
3. In the Pictures screen, navigate and select the
required picture for viewing.
MEDIA
To view pictures in a sequence:
1. Select a picture file from the Picture screen. The
system displays the picture in full screen.
NOTE:
Refer to the Accessing the Picture Files
section for steps on displaying the Picture
screen.
2. Touch the picture. The system displays the
and
arrows on the left and right corners.
Figure 33: Media Pictures Screen
NAVIGATING BETWEEN PICTURES
The system facilitates viewing of the pictures files in a
sequence, one after the other.
Figure 34: Pictures Display Screen with Options
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3. Tap the arrows to go to the previous or next image/
picture in the media source.
NOTE:
Large images can take sometime to
display.
1. Press the
button from within the Picture
screen or the picture file display screen. The system
displays a media browse screen.
2. In the media browse screen, select Videos. The system
displays the Videos screen with the list of video files in
the media device.
CLOSING A PICTURE
To close display of a picture:
1. Touch the picture. The system displays the
icon
at the right corner of the screen along with navigation
arrows.
2. Tap the icon to close the picture. The system displays
the Picture screen.
SHIFTING TO VIDEO PLAYBACK
If the media source contains video files also, you can view the
video files using the Video Playback feature.
To shift to the video playback feature from within the Picture
Viewer feature:
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Figure 35: Media Browse Screen with Videos & Pictures Options
VIDEO PLAYBACK
MEDIA
VIDEO PLAYBACK
If your USB/SD Card media device have video files, you can
play them in the infotainment system. The system supports
playback of .mp4, .avi and .divx video file formats.
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DANGER :
Viewing of videos while driving can be a
distraction and may lead to accidents. So,
avoid accessing video files while driving.
ACCESSING THE VIDEO FILES
Figure 36: Closing Video Playback Warning Message
You can view videos by using the video playback feature of
the infotainment system. The feature is unavailable when the
vehicle is in motion. While driving, if you select a video file,
the system displays a warning message informing you not to
open video files while driving.
While playing video files, if you start and drive your vehicle
and the vehicle reaches a speed of 5 km/h or more, the
system displays a warning message to indicate that the video
will be closed and closes the video playback after 10 seconds,
if no action is taken.
You can access the videos by selecting anyone of the
following options:
1. When there are no audio files and only video files
exist in the media device:
1.When you insert the media source, the system
displays a popup message informing you that there
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are no audio files and prompting you to confirm
whether you want to view the videos.
VIDEO PLAYBACK
Screen, by displaying the Browse screen and
selecting Videos option. Refer to the Browsing
Through the Media Content section for the steps
to display the Browse screen.
NOTE:
You can also browse videos by pressing
the
button while playing audio
files from a USB source/SD card.
Figure 37: Popup Message When Only Video Files Exist
2.Select Yes. The system displays the Media->Browse
screen with Videos and Pictures option.
3.Navigate to and select Videos. The system displays
the Videos screen with the list of all videos in the
media source.
2. When there are audio files and video files in the
media device:
1.When you insert the media source, the system
automatically starts playing the audio tracks in the
device. To view videos, from within the Media
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Figure 38: Media Videos Screen
VIDEO PLAYBACK
MEDIA
VIDEO RELATED OPERATIONS
The system allow you to perform the following operations on
the video files:
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Handle video volume
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NOTE:
Repeat a video
The steps for repeating a video is similar to repeating
a music track. Refer to the Repeating Track/Folder
section for the steps to repeat a video.
Randomly play videos
The steps for randomly playing videos is similar to
randomly playing music tracks in a media source.
Perform Fast Forward/Fast Rewind of videos
The steps for performing fast forward or fast rewind of
a video is similar to performing fast forward or fast
rewind of music tracks. Refer to the Perform Fast
Forward/Fast Rewind section for the steps to fast
forward or fast rewind a video.
The steps for handling the volume of your video is
similar to handling the volume of your audio. Refer to
the Handling Music Volume section for the steps to
handle the volume of your video.
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Play next/previous video
The steps for playing the next or previous video is
similar to playing the next or previous music file. Refer
to the Playing Next/Previous Music Tracks section
for the steps to play next or previous video.
Play/pause video
The steps for playing or pausing videos is similar to
playing or pausing of music files. Refer to the
Pausing/Playing Music section for the steps to pause
or play a video.
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Refer to the Playing Tracks Randomly section for the
steps to randomly play videos in a media source.
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The fast forward/ fast rewind is supported
up to 4x speed only.
Browse through videos
The steps for browsing through the video files in a
media source is similar to browsing through other
media content. Refer to the Browsing Through the
Media Content section for the steps to browse
through video files.
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VIDEO PLAYBACK
Table 6: Video Playback Screen Options
1
3.
Progress Bar
4.
Repeat On/Off Icon
5.
Shuffle On/Off
6.
Browse Icon
GOING TO THE HOME SCREEN
To open the Home Screen from within a video playback:
1. In the Video Playback screen, press the
2
3
4
6
button. The system pauses the video and
displays the Home Screen.
Figure 39: Video Playback Screen with Options
NOTE:
Table 6: Video Playback Screen Options
To return back to the Video Playback
screen, click the Media menu option or
the paused video file name below it.
1.
Close Icon
2.
Play/Pause Touch Icon
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SHIFTING TO PICTURE VIEWER
If the media source contains picture files also, you can view
the picture files using the Picture Viewer feature.
To shift to the picture viewer from within the Video Playback
feature:
Figure 40: Home Screen with Paused Video
1. Press the
button from within the Videos
screen or the video display screen. The system
displays a media browse screen.
2. In the media browse screen, select Pictures. The
system displays the Pictures screen with the list of
picture files in the media device.
CLOSING A VIDEO
To stop and close a video:
1. Touch the video. The system displays the
icon at
the right corner of the screen.
2. Tap the icon to close the video. The system closes the
video playback screen and displays the Radio screen.
The last played FM station is played.
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ENABLE BLUETOOTH
PHONE
ENABLE BLUETOOTH
Using the Bluetooth capability, you can pair and connect
your phone to the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system.
Once both the devices are connected you can:
To connect your cell phone to the infotainment system:
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Access the phone contents like phone book contacts,
call logs, music and so on through the system.
Make or attend phone calls even while driving through
the infotainment system hands-free capability.
NOTE:
Few mobile phones may not support all
the phone related features of the
Infotainment system. It is recommended
that you refer to the user manual of your
mobile phone to understand its
bluetooth and other capabilities.
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1. Turn ON the bluetooth capability and device visibility
in your phone.
2. Activate the bluetooth capability of the infotainment
system by:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the Bluetooth option. The
system lists various options to handle the
bluetooth capabilities of the infotainment system.
3. Navigate to and select the Enable Bluetooth check
box. The infotainment system will now be able to
recognize the bluetooth enabled devices around it.
PAIR DEVICES
PHONE
NOTE:
PAIR DEVICES
If the visibility of the infotainment system
is enabled, even the other devices with
bluetooth capabilities can now search
and view the infotainment system. For
information on the steps to enable the
system bluetooth visibility, refer to the
Enabling/Disabling System Bluetooth
Visibility section.
Connecting your phone with the infotainment system is
called as pairing. The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system
supports a maximum of 10 paired devices. A device once
paired need not be paired again unless the pairing is deleted.
A phone with an existing pairing with the infotainment
system will be automatically connected when bluetooth is
enabled in both the devices and the phone is within the
range of the system.
To connect your bluetooth enabled phone with the
infotainment system:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select Pair
Device. The system searches for bluetooth enabled
devices within its range.
NOTE:
Figure 41: Bluetooth Screen
When the search for bluetooth devices is
initiated, the currently connected device
must be temporarily disconnected. The
system will prompt you with a
confirmation message for disconnecting
the connected paired devices.
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PAIR DEVICES
NOTE:
Figure 42: Bluetooth Devices Search Message Popup
If there are already 10 devices paired to
the system, a message will be displayed
asking you to delete an existing pairing to
enable a new pairing.
3. The system prompts you to confirm the bluetooth pin
of the phone. Select Yes. The system initiates the
pairing of the infotainment system and the selected
phone. If the pairing is successful, the system displays
the phone in the Paired Devices screen. A copy of your
phone data like phone book (phone numbers and
other contact details) is also created in the system.
NOTE:
NOTE:
If you press the
button when the
bluetooth device search is in progress, the
system stops the search and displays the
Bluetooth options.
2. Navigate to and select the required phone from the list
of currently available bluetooth enabled devices.
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If the pairing is initiated from the phone,
the system displays a message to accept
or reject the pairing request along with a
bluetooth pin confirmation message.
However, for initiating pairing from the
phone, the ‘Device Visibility’ of the system
my be enabled.
PAIR DEVICES
PHONE
GUIDELINES FOR PAIRING DEVICES
TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS FOR PAIRING DEVICES
Some of the guidelines for successfully pairing and
connecting your phone with the infotainment system are:
If you are unable to pair your phone with the infotainment
system even after following the guidelines, try the following
troubleshooting steps:
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Ensure that Bluetooth feature is switched ON in your
phone for successful pairing or auto-connection with
your infotainment system.
Ensure that the phone and the infotainment system are
set to be visible to one another (refer to the Bluetooth
setup settings of your phone and infotainment system).
Ensure that your phone is not in Battery Saver or
Airplane mode.
Ensure that the phone and infotainment system are
close to each other (in range) and there are no
obstructions blocking the phone and the infotainment
system connectivity.
Ensure that your phone book contacts do not have
special characters or blanks before their name. If there
are such contacts, please rename them.
1. Refer to the user manual of your phone to verify
whether all instructions for reset, connection and
pairing have been followed.
2. Re-initiate Bluetooth pairing search or connection
request either from the phone or the infotainment
system. Pairing search enables faster pairing or
connection between the devices.
3. If the above steps do not help, start the pairing
process from the beginning.
4. If the pairing is still unsuccessful, try clearing the
paired devices list from the Bluetooth settings of your
phone and reset your phone, if required. Do the same
on the infotainment system, if necessary.
If even after following the troubleshooting steps you are
unable to pair the devices, any one of the following
conditions might be true for your phone:
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
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Compatibility with 3rd party phones depends on the
Bluetooth standards, Bluetooth versions, OS version and
application software deployed on the phone by its
manufacturer. So, the Bluetooth functions on your
phone may not support pairing of devices or is not
compatible with the infotainment system due to the
differences in Bluetooth software versions.
It is recommended that you update the firmware of your
phone when you receive a message from the phone
manufacturer prompting you to upgrade, as these
upgrades are meant to provide the latest and more
defect free software to you.
Generally Bluetooth SIG certified phones are known to
work reliably with the infotainment system. Please
check if your phone complies with the Bluetooth
standards.
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PAIR DEVICES
MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
PHONE
MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
NOTE:
The infotainment system allows you to:
You can also display the paired devices, by




View the list of devices paired to it
Connect to a paired device
Disconnect a paired device
Delete paired devices
VIEW PAIRED DEVICES
pressing the
HK from within the
Contacts or Call Log screens and selecting
the BTSetup (
) button from the
displayed phone submenu options
popup.
To view the list of devices paired with the infotainment
system:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select Paired
Device List. The system displays the list of devices
that are paired with the system.
Figure 43: Paired Devices Screen
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MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
CONNECT/DISCONNECT A PAIRED DEVICE
You can connect to a paired device to access the media
related data like music and/or phone related data like
contacts and call log stored in the device. Each device paired
with the system are by default connected for both media and
phone.
To connect or disconnect a paired device:
1. In the Paired Device screen, select the required device.
The system displays the connection/disconnection
options for the device.
2. You can select to connect/disconnect the device for:
Music only (
)
Phone only (
)
NOTE:
You can also select/un select the Music ()
and/or Phone () icons beside the device in
the Paired Device screen to connect/
disconnect the device as required.
DELETE PAIRED DEVICES
You can either delete a paired device or all devices that are
currently paired with the infotainment system.
Both Music and Phone. (see Figure 37)
Select the required option. The system connects/
disconnects the device as per the selected option.
Figure 44: Delete Devices Screen
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MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
Deleting All Paired Devices
To delete all paired device:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select
Delete Devices. The system displays the delete
options for the paired devices.
2. Select Delete All option. The system prompts you to
confirm the deletion of all paired devices.
3. Select Yes. The system deletes all devices paired with
the infotainment system.
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4. Select Yes. The system deletes the selected device that
was paired with the infotainment system.
NOTE:
If the selected paired device is currently
connected, the device will be
disconnected before the device name is
deleted from the pairing devices list.
Deleting a Paired Device
To delete a paired device:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select
Delete Devices. The system displays the delete
options for the paired devices.
2. Select List All Devices option. The system displays the
Paired Devices screen with the list of devices currently
paired with the system.
3. Navigate to and select the required device for
deletion. The system prompts you to confirm the
deletion of the paired devices.
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MANAGE BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
MANAGE BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
CHANGING SYSTEM BLUETOOTH DISPLAY NAME
In addition to pairing devices and managing the paired
devices, the infotainment system allows you to:
By default, the name that is used to recognize your
infotainment system in other Bluetooth enabled devices is
CONNECTNE><T.
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enable/disable the visibility of your system as a
Bluetooth device.
change the Bluetooth display name of your system.
set the Bluetooth pin code of your system.
ENABLING/DISABLING SYSTEM BLUETOOTH VISIBILITY
To enable/disable the visibility of the system when other
devices initiate a bluetooth devices search:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select
Device Visibility.When set, the system will be visible
to other devices when they initiate a bluetooth
devices search. If the visibility is not enabled, the
system will not be listed when other devices search
for Bluetooth devices around them.
NOTE:
When the visibility setting is changed, the
bluetooth pairing with other devices, if
any active, will be disconnected
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To change the Bluetooth display name of your infotainment
system:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select
Device Name(<current device name>). The system
displays the keypad with the current device name.
2. Type the required device name and select Enter. The
system sets the new name as the Bluetooth display
name of the system, which will be displayed when
other devices initiate a bluetooth devices search. The
system also displays the new name beside the Device
Name option.
MANAGE BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
NOTE:
The device name must be less than or
equal to 20 characters.
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2. Type the required pin code and select Enter. The
system sets the new pin as the Bluetooth pin code of
the system, which can be used to connect to other
devices, when they initiate pairing. The system also
displays the new pin code beside the Change PIN
option.
Figure 45: Keypad to Enter New Bluetooth Device Name
SETTING SYSTEM BLUETOOTH PIN CODE
To change the Bluetooth pin code of your infotainment
system:
1. In the Bluetooth options, navigate to and select
Change PIN(<current pin code>).The system
displays the keypad.
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CHANGE PHONE SETTINGS
CHANGE PHONE SETTINGS
SYNCHRONIZING PHONE BOOK
The infotainment system provide you with some advance
phone functionalities like:
On pairing a phone with your infotainment system, a copy of
the phone book with the phone numbers and other contact
details is created in the system. If you make any changes to
the phone book, you can copy these changes in the system
by synchronize phone book in both the devices.
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Synchronizing the mobile phone and system phone
book
Setting notifications for new SMS
Configuring automatic SMS for rejected calls
To synchronize the phone books of the mobile phone and
system:
1. Press the
HK. The system displays the Setup
menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the Phone option. The system
lists various options to handle the phone related
advance features of the infotainment system.
Figure 46: Phone Setup Screen
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In the Phone options, navigate to and select Sync Phone
book. The system initiates the phone book synchronization
process and also displays a message for 10 seconds. Once the
synchronization is completed, the system displays a message
confirming the completion of refresh.
CHANGE PHONE SETTINGS
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2. Scroll to and select the required notification. The
system sets the selected option for SMS notification
and when you next receive a new SMS, you will be
notified by the system accordingly.
NOTE:
If you select the Notify with Popup option,
the system can also readout the new SMS
to you. Refer to Enable SMS Readout
section.
NOTE:
Figure 47: Message Popup for Phone Book Synchronization
SETTING NOTIFICATIONS FOR NEW SMS
Support for this functionality is
dependent on the capabilities supported
by your phone. If your phone does not
support notifications, this functionality
may not work even after enabling.
When you receive a new SMS on your mobile phone, the
system can notify you of the SMS. The notification can be a
beep and popup or only a beep.
To enable the SMS notification:
1. In the Phone options, navigate to and select SMS
Alert Notification. The system displays the various
SMS notification options.
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CHANGE PHONE SETTINGS
1. In the Phone options, navigate to and select the SMS
for Rejected Calls check box. The system will send an
automatic SMS to the caller when you reject an
incoming call next time.
To configure the automatic SMS text:
Figure 48: SMS Notifications Options
CONFIGURING AUTOMATIC SMS FOR REJECTED CALLS
When you receive an incoming phone call, you can either
accept or reject it. If you reject a call, you can configure the
system to send an automatic SMS to the caller. You can also
configure the text of the SMS, which will be sent.
To configure sending of automatic SMS for rejected calls:
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1. In the Phone options, navigate to and select
Configure Auto SMS. The system displays the various
SMS text options.
2. Navigate to and select the required SMS text from the
options. The system selects the options button of the
selected SMS text and also sends the text as SMS
when you reject an incoming call next time.
CHANGE PHONE SETTINGS
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NOTE:
The first 3 SMS text messages in the list
cannot be changed. However, you can
configure the remaining text messages as
per your requirement.
Figure 49: Auto SMS Options
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PHONE FUNCTIONS
PHONE FUNCTIONS
VIEWING CALL LOGS
When a mobile phone is paired and connected to the
infotainment system, you can handle the following phone
operations through the hands-free capability of the system:
You can view all calls, received or dialled from the
infotainment system or missed when connected to the
system, in the call list (call log). The system displays up to 10
past calls that were dialled or received using it.
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





Automatically connect to the mobile phone
View phone details
View call list (call log) and phone book (contacts)
Make an outgoing call
Accept/reject an incoming call
Put a call on hold
Handle two calls at a time
Conduct a conference call
Toggle between the Phone handset and the hands-free
capability
Hear to new SMS read out by the system
VIEWING PHONE DETAILS
From the infotainment system display screen, you can get
details of your mobile phone like, battery strength, network
strength and so on.
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To view the call list:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the Call
Log screen. The system can display details of up to 60
past calls in the Call Log screen.
NOTE:
If no mobile phone is paired/connected to
the system, a popup message indicating
the unavailability of a currently
connected device is displayed. You are
also prompted to pair a new device
(mobile phone) in the message.
NOTE:
The system can take some time to display
the list of calls and will display a message
while it retrieves the call list.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
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VIEWING PHONE BOOK
The infotainment system allows you to view up to 1500
contacts stored in your phone book.
To view the contacts:
1. Press the
Log screen.
button. The system displays the Call
2. In the Call Log screen, press the
HK again.
The system displays the Phone submenu options in a
popup.
NOTE:
In the Call Log screen, you can also select
the Phone feature icon to display the
phone submenu options popup.
Figure 50: Phone Submenu Options
3. In the phone submenu options, navigate to and select
the Contacts option. The system displays the
Contacts screen with the list of contacts stored in your
phone book.
NOTE:
The system can take some time to display
the list of phone book contacts and will
display a message while it retrieves the
contact list.
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NOTE:
Your phone must support PBAP (Phone
Book Access Profile) to enable download
and viewing of phone book contacts from
the system.
MAKING AN OUTGOING CALL
The infotainment system supports four different ways of
making a phone call. They are:




Dialling by selecting the phone number from the call list
Dialling by selecting the phone number from the phone
book
Dialling the phone number manually
Dialling by selecting the phone number from the
Favorites list.
Figure 51: Outgoing Call Screen
Manually Dialling a Phone Number
To make a call by manually dialling a phone number:
1. In the Phone submenu options, select the Keypad
option. The system displays the Keypad to enter the
phone number.
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NOTE:
Refer to the Viewing Call List section for
information on displaying the phone
submenu options.
2. Enter the digits of the phone number in the keypad.
3. After entering the phone number, navigate to and
select the Call button. The system initiates the
outgoing call.
NOTE:
To delete an incorrect entry, use the
button in the keypad to delete
the entire number or digits in the number.
On pressing the clear button, the system
deletes one digit at a time starting with
the last digit in the number.
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Dialling Using the Phone Book
To make a call by dialling a number in the phone book:
1. Open the Contacts screen. Refer to the Viewing
Phone Book section for the steps to open the
Contacts screen.
2. Navigate to through the contacts in the contact list
and select the required number. The system dials the
selected number and initiates the outgoing call.
NOTE:
To quickly select the required number,
you can use any one of the following
contact search steps:
Using the search option
Using the filtering option
Using the Search Option
NOTE:
The system retains the phone number
that was last dialled in the Keypad. So, if
you want to redial the phone number, you
can just open the Keypad and select the
Call button.
One of the quick way of selecting the required number from
the phone book is by searching for the number using the
contact name.
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To search for the number:
1. In the Contacts screen, start browsing through the
contact list. The system enables the search and
filtering icons.
2. Select the search icon. The system displays an
alphabetic keypad with the Search button greyed out.
3. Enter the complete/part of the contact name and
select Search. The system searches the phone book
and lists the contacts that match the entered name.
4. Select the number or browse through the matching
entries and select the required number. The system
dials the selected number and initiates the outgoing
call.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
2. Select the filtering icon. The system displays an
alphabetic keypad.
3. Select the starting alphabet of the contact name. The
system displays all the contacts in the phone book
whose names start with the selected alphabet.
Using the Filtering Option
The filtering option allows you to quickly search the phone
book and select the requirement number, even if you are
unaware of the complete/part of the contact name and just
remember the starting alphabet of the name.
To search for the number:
1. Start browsing through the contact list. The system
enables the search and filtering icons.
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Figure 52: Alphabetic Keypad Screen
4. Select the number or browse through the matching
entries and select the required number. The system
dials the selected number and initiates the outgoing
call.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
Dialling Using the Call Log
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highlights the star and the contact is marked as
favorite.
To dial a number from the list of previous calls (call log):
1. Display the call list. Refer to the Viewing Call List
section for information on displaying the call list.
2. Select the required number from the list. The system
dials the selected number and initiates the outgoing
call
Dialling Using the Favorites List
The infotainment system supports marking some contacts as
favorites. The system also allows you to view and access these
favorite contacts separately from the Favorites screen, in
addition to the Contacts screen.
Marking a Contact as Favorite
To mark a contact as favorite:
1. In the Contacts screen, press the grey star ( )
displayed beside the required contact. The system
Figure 53: Contacts Screen with Favorites Star
NOTE:
If a contact has more than one number,
the system displays an arrow beside the
contact name/number instead of a star.
You can view all the numbers of the
contact by selecting the arrow and then
pressing the star beside each number to
add them to the Favorites list.
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Viewing the Favorites List
ACCEPTING/REJECTING AN INCOMING PHONE CALL
You can identify the contacts marked as favorite with the
highlighted star in the Contacts screen. All favorite contacts
can also be separately viewed in the Favorites screen.
When you receive a phone call, you can either accept or reject
the call using the infotainment system.
To display the Favorites screen:
1. Open the Call Log screen. Refer to the Viewing Call
List section for the steps to open the Call Log screen.
2. Press the
HK. The system displays the phone
submenu options popup.
3. In the phone submenu options popup, select the
Favorites option. The system displays the Favorites
screen with the list of favorite contacts.
Dialling a Favorite Number
To dial a favorite contact:
1.Open the Favorites screen. The system lists all contacts
marked as favorite.
2.Navigate to and select the required favorite contact.
The system dials the number of the selected favorite
contact and initiates the outgoing call.
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If your mobile phone is paired and currently connected to the
system, the system notifies you with a popup message when
you receive a phone call. The system allows you to Accept or
Reject or Reject with Message the incoming call.
In the Reject with Message option, the system rejects the call
and also sends a SMS to the caller with the configured text.
Refer to Configuring Automatic SMS for Rejected Calls
section for the steps to configure automatic SMS.
To accept the incoming call:
1. Select the Accept button in the popup message. The
system connects the call to enable you to talk to the
caller.
NOTE:
You can also accept the call using the
Steering Wheel control.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
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To reject the incoming call:
2. Select the Reject with Message button in the popup
message. The system rejects the call and sends an
SMS to the caller.
HANDLING IN-CALL FUNCTIONS
When you are in a call (outgoing or incoming), the system
supports you to perform any of the following functions:


Figure 54: Incoming Call Screen


1. Select the Reject button in the popup message. The
system disconnects the call.


NOTE:
You can also reject the call using the
Steering Wheel control.
To reject the incoming call and send a SMS to the caller:


Respond to the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) with the
required details
Put the call on hold
Switch between phone (handset) and system (handsfree) capability
Accept another incoming call
Switch between calls
Conduct a conference call by adding another number or
by merging two existing calls
Mute the microphone
End the call
Responding to the IVR
When you have called a contact with Interactive Voice
Response (IVR) like customer care number of bank and so on,
you will have to enter some details through the phone. For
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example, you might have to enter your bank account
number, when prompted by the IVR. You can use the Keypad
in-call option to enter such details through the infotainment
system.
To display the Keypad and to respond to the IVR with details:
1. In the active call screen, press the Keypad button
using the touch screen. The system displays a keypad
for you to enter the details as prompted by the IVR.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
1. In the active call screen, press the Handset button
using the touch screen to switch the call from system
to phone or the Handsfree button to switch from
phone to system.
Accepting Another Incoming Call
When you are in an active call and receive another incoming
call, you can put the active call on hold and accept the new
call. The system allows you to have a maximum of 2 calls at
any given time, one on hold and the other active.
Putting a Call on Hold
To accept another incoming call:
To put a call on hold:
1. In the active call screen, press the Hold button using
the touch screen. The system puts the currently active
call on hold.
Switching Between Handset and Hands-Free
When in an active call, the system allows you to switch
between the phone handset and its hands-free capability
and also vise versa.
To toggle between phone and system:
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1. In the active call screen, the system displays a new call
popup message with Accept, Reject and Reject with
Message buttons, when you receive a new incoming
call. Select the Accept button in the new call popup
message. The system puts the first call on hold and
activates the new call.
Switching Between Calls
When you have 2 calls happening simultaneously (one on
hold and other active), the system allows you to switch
between the calls without ending any of them.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
To switch between calls:
1. In the active call screen, select the Swap button. The
system puts the active call on hold and activates the
second call, which was on hold till then. To activate
the previous call, follow the same step.
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3. In the new call screen, press the Merge button using
the touch screen. The system merges the 2 calls (one
on hold and one new call) to create a conference call.
The first call is activated before merger.
Conducting a Conference Call
When in an active call, you can connect an additional phone
number to create a conference call between the contacts.
You can create a conference call by either dialling to an
additional number or by accepting a new incoming call.
To create a conference call by dialling additional number:
1. In the active call screen, press the Add Call button.
The system puts the active call on hold and displays
the Contacts screen. You can dial the additional
number from the contacts list or from the call log, the
favorites list or keypad.
2. Follow the steps listed in the Making an Outgoing
Call section for dialling a number using the various
options. The system initiates an outgoing call for the
selected number.
Figure 55: Phone In-Call Options
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PHONE FUNCTIONS
To create a conference call by accepting a new incoming call:
Muting the Microphone
When in a call (both individual call and conference call), you
can mute the microphone to disable the other participant(s)
in the call from hearing you.
To mute the microphone,
1. In the active call screen, select the mute microphone
icon.
NOTE:
To un-mute the microphone, repeat the
above step again.
Figure 56: Conference Call Created
1. Accept a new incoming call as detailed in the
Accepting Another Incoming Call section.
2. In the new call screen, press the Merge button using
the touch screen. The system merges the 2 calls (one
on hold and one new call) to create a conference call.
The first call is activated before merger.
Ending a Call
To end an active call:
1. In the active call screen, select the End button. The
system disconnects the call.
NOTE:
You can also end the active call using the
Steering Wheel control.
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ENABLE SMS READOUT
While driving the vehicle, you will be unable to read a new
SMS that you receive. The infotainment system can solve this
problem by reading out the SMS for you.
To enable the system to readout a new SMS:
1. Ensure that you have selected Notify with Popup
option for SMS Alert Notification. Refer to Setting
notifications for new SMS section. When you receive
a new SMS, the system will display a popup message.
2. Select Read Out in the Popup message. The system
reads out the new SMS for you.
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NAVIGATION FEATURE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Navigation in general refers to the process of identifying our
current position and accordingly planning and following a
specific route to reach our required destination. A Navigation
application helps us to do this even when we have limited or
no information about our current location and its
surroundings.
MOBILE NAVIGATION APP VS EMBEDDED NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
Commonly, automobiles with navigation facility come with
embedded navigation systems. However, these systems have
the following drawbacks:
1. They are generally high priced
2. They come with a fixed set of map(s), which can be
upgraded with the help of the dealer or vendor, if
required and if available.
The latest Mobile based Navigation Apps eradicate these
drawbacks. They are comparatively cheaper and as they are
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Internet based, they can be upgraded with new or latest
maps when ever required.
The path breaking Navigation feature of the CONNECTNEXT®
Infotainment System allows you to take complete advantage
of these benefits of a Mobile based Navigation app.
Using the Navigation feature, you can integrate your vehicle
infotainment system with the NaviMaps Mobile Navigation
App. For the integration, you just need to download and
install the NaviMaps App and the ConnectNext Apps on your
smartphone and connect your smartphone to the
infotainment system through USB.
NOTE:
All navigation functions of NaviMaps App
that are available through your
smartphone device may not be available
through the infotainment system. Refer to
the CONNECTNEXT® Nav. Limitations
section for more information on the
limitations.
GENERAL INFORMATION
NAVIGATION FEATURE
TRAFFIC RULES AND ROAD SAFETY
A navigation system/application can only guide with the best
possible route to reach your destination after considering the
current traffic situations. It is your responsibility to follow the
traffic rules and road safety rules while driving.
SAFETY TIPS
You must be vigilant about the hazards or problems in the
road and also about any other traffic regulation that are
recently introduced like conversion of a road to one-way. If a
navigation instruction provided by the app contradicts a
traffic regulation, please follow only the traffic regulation.
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INSTALLING APPS FOR NAVIGATION
The CONNECTNEXT® Navigation feature requires the
installation of the following 3 Mobile Apps that can be
downloaded from your smartphone Google Android Play
Store:
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NaviMaps App: This is the navigation application.
ConnectNext App and ConnectNext Service App: These
applications are responsible for establishing the
connection between your smartphone and your vehicle
CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system.
INSTALL TO CONNECTNEXT APPS
The ConnectNext apps are required for connecting to the
NaviMaps app on your smart phone and replicating its map
functionalities on your vehicle CONNECTNEXT® infotainment
system.
To install the ConnectNext apps:
1. Open the Play Store on your Android based
smartphone.
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2. Search for the ConnectNext App. Both the
ConnectNext and ConnectNext Service apps will be
listed.
3. Tap the ConnectNext app icon. The app page is
displayed.
4. Tap the Get button. The Install button is displayed.
5. Tap the Install button. The app is downloaded and
installed on your smartphone. The ConnectNext app
icon is displayed on your smartphone.
Once the ConnectNext app is installed, you will be
automatically redirected to install the ConnectNext Service
app. The steps for installing the ConnectNext Service app is
similar to the ConnectNext app installation steps.
INSTALLING APPS FOR NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION FEATURE
NOTE:
No separate icon will be displayed on your
smartphone for the ConnectNext Service
app.
Figure 57: Redirecting Message for ConnectNext Service App
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INSTALL NAVIMAPS APP
To install the NaviMaps App:
1. Open the Play Store on your Android based
smartphone.
2. Search and find the NaviMaps App.
3. Tap the NaviMaps App icon. The app page is displayed.
4. Tap the Get button. The Install button is displayed.
5. Tap the Install button. The app is downloaded and
installed on your smartphone.
Installing Navigation Maps
The NaviMaps app supports the following 4 region maps for
India:
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Figure 58: ConnectNext App Icon on the SmartPhone
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East
South
North
Central
You can download the map of your choice from the
NaviMaps app-> Manage Maps menu option. Refer to the
Manage Maps section for more information on the maps
and the steps for installing them.
INSTALLING APPS FOR NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION FEATURE
CONNECT TO THE INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM
To connect to the infotainment system:
1. Tap the
app icon on your smartphone.
the ConnectNext app screen is displayed.
Figure 59: ConnectNext App Screen
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2. Using the mobile data cable, connect your
smartphone installed with the required applications
to the vehicle infotainment system, through the USB
port. Refer to your vehicle Owner’s Manual for
information on where and how to connect to the USB
port.
A connection enabled/disabled indicator is displayed
in the ConnectNext app screen. If disabled, retry
connecting your smartphone to the infotainment
system.
NOTE:
Ensure the availability of Internet
connection on your smartphone, while
connecting to the infotainment system.
This ensures successful completion of the
authentication process and the unlocking
of the premium functionalities.
Figure 60: Vehicle and App Connection Enabled Indicator
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NOTE:
You can view the details of the
ConnectNext app and the ConnectNext
Service app by taping the
icon on
the right top corner of the ConnectNext
app screen.
Figure 61: Vehicle and App Connection Disabled Indicator
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UNLOCK NAVIMAPS PREMIUM FUNCTIONALITIES
To unlock the NaviMaps app premium functionalities:
1. Once the connection between your smartphone and
the vehicle infotainment system is enabled, the
smartphone is authenticated. If authenticity is
approved, the premium functionalities of NaviMaps
like Pro Guidance, Live Traffic and so on are unlocked.
Figure 62: ConnectNext Apps Information
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NOTE:
You can unlock the premium
functionalities of NaviMaps for free on 4
of your smartphones. If the functionality
is required on more than 4 phones, you
need to purchase the function through InApp Purchase.
2. If Voice Guidance is unavailable on your smartphone,
an information
icon is displayed above the
volume icon of the NaviMaps app Map screen.
Figure 63: NaviMaps Premium Functionalities Unlocked
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3. Tap the information icon. The system displays a voice
guidance unavailable message and prompts you to
get voice guidance.
Figure 64: Maps Screen with No Voice Guidance
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4. Tap on the Get Voices button. The More Voices screen
is displayed with a list of voice guidances that can be
downloaded on your smartphone.
Figure 65: Voice Guidance Unavailable Message
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5. In the More Voices screen, tap the voice guidance of
your choice. The Voice Info screen with details of the
selected voice guidance will be displayed.
Figure 66: More Voices Screen
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6. In the Voice Info screen, tap Download. The voice
guidance will be downloaded on your smartphone
and you can hear to voice prompts in addition to
viewing the navigation.
Figure 67: Voice Info Screen
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Panning the Map: Move or quickly brush your fingertip
TOUCH OPERATIONS USED IN THE MOBILE APP
You can perform multiple activities in the NaviMaps app by
doing some touch operations using your fingers on your
mobile phone. A touch operation can render different results
in the Map view and in the Menu pages.
across the screen surface
the map.
Touch Operations in Map View
Zooming In: Touch and continue pressing a point
Selecting an Item: Tap
the screen surface
once with a fingertip to select a button on the Control Bar,
view.
to pan across
on the map with a fingertip to zoom in the
drag
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a map icon and so on.
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Touch Operations in Menu Pages
START NAVIMAPS APP
Selecting, Deselecting and Toggling an Item: Tap the
You can start the NaviMaps App by selecting the
screen surface once with a fingertip
to select
a button, tab, list, deselect or toggle an applicable item
app icon on your smartphone. The first
screen you will see once the app starts is the Map View. This is
the app's default start screen. Your device GPS will tell the
app where you are currently and you will see your location.
Scrolling a Page: Move or quickly brush your fingertip up
NOTE:
To use the NaviMaps App, ensure you
have the GPS feature of your smartphone
switched on for the entire duration.
and down the screen surface
and down a page.
to scroll up
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The Map View Controls
NOTE:
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system
supports rendering of 2D maps. However,
the 3D landmarks shown in the
smartphone will not be displayed in the
infotainment system Map screen.
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Table 7: The Map View Controls
1.
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4
5
8
6
9
Figure 68: Map View Controls
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2D&3D Mode Button
Tap the 2D button once
to toggle between a twodimensional (aerial) map
view and a three
dimensional (depthperspective) map view.
Tap the 3D button once
to toggle between a
three-dimensional
(depth-perspective) map
view and a two
dimensional (aerial) map
view.
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Table 7: The Map View Controls
Table 7: The Map View Controls
2.
The Show North
Button
Tap the Show North
button to instantly rotate
your map view so that
north is at the top of your
screen.
3.
Current Location Icon
This icon represents your
current GPS location in
Map View.
4.
Current Location
Finder Button
Any time you are away
from your current GPS
location in Map View, the
Current location Finder
button appears in the
middle of the lower half
of the screen. Tap on it
once to instantly see your
current location in Map
View.
5.
Volume Button
6.
Search Button
Tapping the Search
button takes you
immediately to the
Search page.
7.
Traffic Button
Tap to Enable/Disable
Live Traffic. Multicolored
Live Traffic information is
overlaid on map.
To enable Live Traffic,
you should ensure that
the data connection of
your smartphone is
active.
8.
Route Button
This icon shows the
active route details.
The volume buttons
enables you to adjust the
navigation volume.
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Main Menu Button
9.
Tap the Main Menu
button to access the
more options where user
can access “Take Me
Home, My Places, My
Routes, Manage Maps,
Settings and About”
buttons. Return to the
Map View by tapping the
Map or exit the
application completely
by tapping the Quit ->
Quit NaviMaps button on
the Control Bar.
When in active navigation mode i.e. when the app is guiding
you with the direction and route of your required destination,
the following additional details are also provided on the Map
screen:
1. Speed Limit, if any applicable
2. Direction to the destination on the map
3. Distance and direction of the next turn
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4. Distance remaining to reach the destination
5. Total distance from the start point to the destination
6. Current speed of your vehicle
7. Tentative time of arrival at the destination
8. Name of the current road/street
9. Distance and direction to the nearest petrol pumps
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DESTINATION ENTRY AND START
To start using the NaviMaps app, you must tap on the
button, in the Map View to open the Search screen.
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Figure 69: Map Screen in Active Navigation Mode
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To select a state, tap on the
icon on the Search screen.
It will show you a list of the states from which the desired
state can be chosen. There is also another way to select a
state, by just sliding the state bar towards left or right and
choosing the desired state from the drop down state list
using the down arrow sign on the state bar.
NOTE:
States that are listed is dependent on the
map downloaded and installed on the
smartphone.
Figure 70: Search Screen
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Type the name of the street, address, POI (Point of Interest) or
longitude/latitude coordinate in the “Search or Address” field
using the keyboard. As you type, few suggested results will
automatically appear in the Suggested Result area.
Figure 71: Search Screen with State List
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Tap on the Map Locator button
the map.
Figure 72: Suggested Results in the Suggested Result area
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to see the location on
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Figure 73: Suggested Result with Map Locator Button
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Figure 74: Suggested Result Location on Map
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ACTIVE NAV SCREEN AND OPTIONS
Depending on whether your selected location is undefined,
previously defined (as a Destination, Start Point, Via Point or
an undefined Search Result or Map Location Point), or if it is
already part of a currently active or saved route, the Route
Planning bar presents you with the following variety of active
and inactive buttons:
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Navigate To
Share
Show on Map
Find Nearby POIs
From Here
From Me To Here
Set as Home
Save to My Places
Figure 75: Navigation Screen Options
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Navigate To
Instantly begins guiding you to the selected location from
your current GPS location.
MapmyIndia NaviMaps application gives you up to four
different alternative routes options to chose from. [Three
alternate routes and one pedestrian mode].
NOTE:
The Navigate To functionality is
dependent on the availability of the GPS
signal on your smartphone. Place your
smartphone in the vehicle where the GPS
visibility is present till you receive the GPS
signal.
NOTE:
The display of three alternate routes and
one pedestrian mode is dependent on the
destination selected. If alternate route/
vehicle options and pedestrian mode is
unavailable, these options will not be
displayed.
Figure 76: Navigate To Screen
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1. Start Point Icon: The Start Point icon represents your
trip starting point in Map View. Tap on start point icon
to see its details and several related options (To see
complete details, the detail bar shown on the bottom
of the screen needs to dragged up).To close the active
window tap on return/back button of the device.
2. Destination Icon: The Destination icon represents
your trip destination in Map View. Destination is
shown by the maximum number on the route inside a
circle. Tap on destination icon to see its details and
several related options (To see complete details, the
detail bar shown on the bottom of the screen needs
to dragged up). To close the active window tap on
return/back button of the device.
Figure 77: Navigate To Screen Suggested Routes Details
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Total Distance to Destination: Active route estimated
travel distance.
Total Duration to Destination: Active route estimated
travel time.
Total Delay Due to Traffic on the Current Route: Active
route estimated delay due to traffic.
Share
Selected location can be shared through Text Message, Email and Facebook.
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Show on Map
Selected location can be shown on map.
Figure 78: Share Screen
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Find Near by POI
Using this option, you can find the desired POIs near the
selected/searched location like ATMs, hospitals and so on.
Figure 79: Show on Map Screen
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From Here
User can define the selected location as a start point. [Can be
used for various routes simulations purpose].
Figure 80: Find Near by POI Results
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From Me to Here
Act as a “Navigate To” option, i.e. calculates the route from
the present location of the user to the location selected.
Figure 81: From Here Screen
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Set as HOME
User can define or remove the selected/searched location as
Home. [Can be used for Take Me Home option].
Save To My Places
Selected location can be saved to My Places (Favourite)
option.
NOTE:
Destinations saved through the
smartphone appears as “Favourite” in the
infotainment system.
Figure 82: From Me to Here Screen
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Figure 83: Save To My Places Screen
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NAVIMAPS APP OPERATIONS
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NAVIMAPS APP OPERATIONS
Operations on the NaviMaps app are performed using the
following options:
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Route Options
Main Menu Options
ROUTE OPTIONS
Route options are of two types. Inactive route options and
Active route options.
Inactive Route Options
If user has not set his/her route yet, he/she will see the
following options (see Figure 69):
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Go to Search
Browse My Places
Live Traffic data
Avoid
Figure 84: Inactive Route Options
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Go to Search
User can go to search screen and select his destination.
Browse My Places
User can select the destination from his saved places.
Live Traffic Data
User can enable this option to optimize his route according
to live traffic congestion.
NOTE:
For using the Live Traffic, you should
ensure that the data connection of your
smartphone is active.
Figure 85: My Routes - Stored Routes Along with Live Traffic
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Avoid
The Avoid feature lets you choose one, several or all
avoidance options: Highways, Toll Roads, Unpaved Roads and
Ferries.
Figure 86: Avoidance Options
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Active Route Options
If user has already defined his/her route, he/she will see route
details and some additional options on the Route screen.
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End
Show alternative routes
Route stops
Show on map
Directions
Save
Share
End
The End button (
route.
) is used to delete the current
Figure 87: Active Route Options
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Show Alternative Routes
This option calculates alternative routes.
Route Stops
Shows the order of Start Point, Via Points and Destination of
the current route.
Figure 88: Show Alternate Route - Route Stops
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To add a Via point, perform the following steps:
1. First search your via point.
2. Select 'Navigate to' option. This action will prompt the
application to calculate a route from your current
position to the selected via point.
3. Now search your destination and then select 'Add
Destination' option. Application will now create a
route afresh taking you to your destination through
via point.
To add a Via point on the current route, perform the following
steps:
1. Search for desired via point.
2. Select 'Add Destination' option. Application will now
create a new route.
3. Go to Route -> Route Stops. Here you can change the
order of the Via Points and Destination.
NOTE:
Via point can be added from the
infotainment system Navigation
“Options” screen.
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Show on Map
The Show on Map option shows the complete active route on
the map.
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Directions
Here you can view your route directions as a list of turn-byturn textual descriptions with corresponding descriptive
icons in sequence, their corresponding Map View by tapping
Map Locator next to them or Individual Directional
Description -> Individual Directional Description Details
page, which displays the descriptive icon, textual direction.
NOTE:
In the infotainment system the directions
for selected destinations is displayed in
the Navigation Options-> Routes.
Figure 89: Route -Show on Map Screen
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Figure 90: Directions Screen
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Figure 91: Directions Screen - Map View
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Save
The Save option saves the current route to My Routes for
future use.
Figure 92: Save Screen
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Share
You can share your current active route through Text
Message, E-mail and Facebook.
Figure 93: Share Screen
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Post my progress on Facebook: Facebook tracking lets
friends know where users are, where they are going and
when they'll get there.
Users can compare and share route travel times with
NaviMaps' estimated travel times.
MAIN MENU OPTIONS
Open the Main Menu screen by tapping the Main Menu
button [Icon]. From here, you can continue to the following
six main menu options:
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Take Me Home
My Places
My Routes
Manage Maps
Settings
About
Closing the Main Menu Options Screen
To close the Main Menu options screen, tap on the Map.
Figure 94: Main Menu Options
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Take Me Home
Take Me Home at any time to be guided from your current
location to your previously designated Home location. If you
are in an active navigation session, It Cancel Current Route
and start being guided to your Home location.
My Places
Shows the list of the places saved by user and recent
destinations.
Figure 95: My Places - Saved Places
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My Routes
This option contains the list of the saved/stored routes.
Figure 96: My Places - Recent Destinations
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Figure 97: My Routes - Stored Routes Along with Live Traffic
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Figure 98: Stored Routes - Share Options
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Manage Maps
This option contains the list of various maps that are
available. You can download any of these maps according to
your requirement. Additional premium functionalities like
Pro Guidance, Live traffic and so on will be downloaded along
with the selected map.
To download the required map:
1. In the NaviMaps Main Menu, tap the Manage Maps
(
) menu option. The system displays the
Maps screen.
2. In the Maps screen, tap the arrow beside the required
map. The installation is started and progress bar is
displayed beside the map name. Once the installation
is completed, On Device, is displayed below the map
name along with other map details.
Figure 99: Maps Screen
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Settings
Using the Settings options, you can customize the use of your
application according to your requirement. The various
options that are available under Settings are:
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Figure 100: Map Info Screen
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Pro Guidance
Voice
Speed Alerts
Safety Camera Alerts
POI Along the Route
Live Traffic
Language
Distance and Time
Map Display Mode
Download Location
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Pro Guidance
Pro Guidance enables Turn-by-turn Voice Instructions,
Automatic Rerouting, Speed Alerts, Lane Assistance and POI
Along the Route Features.
Figure 101: Settings Options
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Voice
You can download the guidance voice (including 10 regional
languages) and use them during navigation according to
your choice.
Figure 102: Pro Guidance Screen
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Speed Alerts
You can enable/disable the speed alerts here, which comes
during navigation when you cross the current road limit.
Safety Camera Alert
Currently this feature is not available for India.
POI Along the Route
You can enable/disable the POIs which appear on map
during live navigation.
Live Traffic
Live traffic provides a real time overview of road condition,
features including rerouting around congestion and
providing instant traffic delay information.
You can enable/disable this feature according to your use.
Figure 103: Voice Screen
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NOTE:
To use the Live Traffic function, the data
connection of your smartphone must be
active.
Distance and Time
Here you can choose distance unit and time format.
Figure 104: Distance and Time Screen
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Map Display Mode
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Here you can adjust map display to Day or Night Mode
manually. If you have chosen Automatic, map display will
change its mode automatically according to Day or Night.
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Application Version
Serial Number
Disclaimer
Privacy Policy
Copyright Information
Download Location
Here you can define the memory location where to
download the maps and its contents i.e. Device Memory or
SD Card.
Restore My Purchases
This feature can be used to restore the map contents in case
you lost or accidentally deleted the same.
Reset To Default
Reset the application to its default settings.
About
The About screen displays the following:
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Figure 105: About Screen
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CONNECTNEXT® NAVIGATION
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CONNECTNEXT® NAVIGATION
The CONNECTNEXT® Navigation feature allows you to
integrate your vehicle infotainment system with the
NaviMaps Mobile app and utilize the navigation features of
the app while driving from within the system.
To use the Navigation feature, you must first have installed
the ConnectNext apps on your smartphone, in addition to
the NaviMaps App. Refer to the Installing APPs for
Navigation section for the installation steps. Next you will
need to connect your smartphone to the infotainment
system.
Figure 106: Home Screen with Navigation Menu Option
GET STARTED WITH THE NAVIGATION FEATURE
To start using the Navigation feature:
When the connection between the vehicle and the
ConnectNext Service app is enabled, the Navigation menu
option in the Home Screen is enabled/highlighted. You can
now start using the Navigation feature.
1. Tap the Navigation menu option. The system
prompts you to initiate the NaviMaps app and select
the required destination in your smartphone.
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Figure 107: Initiate NaviMaps & Select Destination Prompt
NOTE:
If the connection between the vehicle
and the ConnectNext Service app is
disabled or the NaviMaps app is not
installed and you tap the Navigation
menu option, the system prompts you
with a message.
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Figure 108: Connect Smartphone & Install NaviMaps Prompt
2. Once you set the destination in your smartphone, the
infotainment system displays a disclaimer. The system
auto-closes the disclaimer after 5 seconds and
displays the direction to the selected destination in
the Navigation screen (Map screen in the
smartphone).
The Navigation Screen contains the following details/
functions:
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Table 8: Navigation Screen Details/Functions
1
2
2.
The Show North Icon
3.
Zoom In Icon
4.
Return to Default Zoom Icon
3
5.
Zoom Out Icon
4
6.
Tentative Time of Arrival At the Destination
NOTE:
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8
7
6
The time of arrival is calculated
as per the smartphone clock
and not the infotainment
system clock.
7.
Total Distance From the Start Point to the
Destination
8.
Name of the Current Road/Street
9.
Distance and Direction of the Next Turn
Figure 109: Navigation Screen Details/Functions
Table 8: Navigation Screen Details/Functions
1.
Navigation Feature Icon
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NAVIGATION OPTIONS
Recent Places
The Navigation screen provides you with the following 5
options to handle the navigations:
When selected, the Recent option displays the list of recently
travelled destinations. From the list of recent destinations,
you can select anyone destination as a new destination or as
a via point.
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Recent
Favorites
POI
Setup
Route
To select the required option:
1. In the Navigation screen, touch the Feature icon on
the screen. The system displays the Navigation
submenu options popup.
NOTE:
The Navigation submenu options popup
will also be displayed, when you press the
button from within the
Navigation screen.
2. Tap the required option from the popup.
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Figure 110: Navigation - Recent Places List
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Favorites
When selected, the Favorites option displays the list of
destinations that you had saved as your favorite destinations.
From the list of favorites destinations, you can select anyone
destination as a new destination or as a via point.
NOTE:
The infotainment system only displays the
list of favorite destinations. You can set a
destination as your favorite only from the
smartphone NaviMaps app.
Figure 111: Navigation - Favorites List
POI (Point of Interest)
When selected, the POI option displays the following list of
20 POI categories.
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Restaurants
Parking places
Fuel stations
Vehicle service stations
Pharmacies
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Clinics
Hospitals
Police stations
ATMs
Post offices
Bus stops
Taxi stands
Airports
Train stations
Shopping malls
Hotels
Banks
Courier services
Museums
Educational institutes
Cafe and Bars
Cinemas
TATA Dealership
Places of worship
You can browse and select the required category to view the
related POIs near you. From the list of related POIs, you can
select anyone POI as a new destination or as a via point.
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Figure 112: Navigation - POI Category List
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Setup
When selected, the Setup option allows you to perform the
following actions:
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Enable/disable navigation voice prompts
Set the navigation voice prompt volume
To enable navigation voice prompts:
Figure 113: Navigation - POI List for Selected Category
Route
When selected, the Route option displays the route
directions for a destination as a list of turn-by- turn textual
descriptions with corresponding descriptive icons in
sequence. You can view the route directions for a currently
set destination or a recent destination or a favorite
destination or a POI.
1. In the Navigation submenu options, tap the Setup
icon. The system displays the Nav (Navigation) Setup
screen.
2. In the Setup screen, select the Navigation voice
prompts checkbox. The system enables navigation
voice prompts.
NOTE:
To disable navigation voice prompts un
select the Navigation voice prompts
checkbox.
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CONNECTNEXT® NAVIGATION
NOTE:
In some smartphones, the navigation
voice prompts are not supported through
USB. For such smartphones, you can
connect the smartphone through
Bluetooth audio steaming in addition to
connecting through the USB. To listen to
the navigation voice prompts, do also
ensure that the infotainment system
active media source is, Bluetooth audio
streaming. The audibility of the
navigation voice prompts through the
Bluetooth audio streaming is dependent
on the smartphone implementation.
NOTE:
If navigation voice prompts are routed
through Bluetooth audio streaming, the
Navigation Setup options will be nonfunctional.
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Figure 114: Navigation - Setup Screen
To set the navigation voice prompt volume:
3. In the Navigation submenu options, tap the Setup
icon. The system displays the Nav (Navigation) Setup
screen.
4. In the Setup screen, highlight the Voice Prompt
Volume field, modify the settings of the field, by
setting it to a new value in the range of 0 to 30.
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NOTE:
The system sets the volume of the
Navigation voice prompt also as the
volume of the Voice Recognition feature.
NAVIGATION FEATURE CONCURRENCES
In this section we will look at how the Navigation feature
functions behaves in collaboration with the other features of
the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system.
When vehicle is switched-off
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the background. When navigation prompts are generated i.e.
indicators of turnings and so on, the visual prompts are
displayed on top of the Media/Radio screen. The system
reduces the volume of the media source/radio station and
plays the navigation audio prompts.
NOTE:
When you are in the Navigation screen in
active navigation mode, changes to
media source/radio like change in media
file/radio station played will be displayed
by the system on top of the Navigation
screen.
In a active navigation mode, if you stop your vehicle and
remove the key but, do not disconnect your smartphone
from the USB port, when you re-start the vehicle, the
Navigation Main menu option will be enabled. If NaviMaps
app is still running in the connected phone, the system will
switch to active navigation mode when you select the
Navigation menu option.
When a media source or radio is played
You can initiate the navigation to a destination and then play
a media source or radio. The navigation will be continued in
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Figure 115: Navigation Prompt on top of the Radio Screen
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Figure 116: Navigation Prompt on top of Video Playback
When an incoming call is received
During an active navigation mode, if you receive an incoming
call, the system displays the call details on top of the
Navigation screen. You can either accept or drop the call. If
accepted, the navigation audio prompts are muted till the
call is completed. Only the navigation visual prompts will be
available.
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Figure 117: Navigation Screen with Incoming Call Details
NAVIGATION FEATURE
Figure 118: Navigation Screen with Call In progress
When reversing the vehicle
During an active navigation mode, if you engage the Reverse
gear, the system displays the Park Assist screen and mutes
the visual and audio navigation prompts. Once the Reverse
gear is disengaged, the Navigation screen with the direction
details of the destination will be shown again, along with the
visual and audio prompts.
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When changing the Climate Control settings
During an active navigation mode, if you change the vehicle
climate control settings, the system displays the Climate
Control screen. If no action is performed for 10 seconds, the
Navigation screen with the direction details of the
destination will be shown again, along with the visual and
audio prompts.
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NAVIGATION FEATURE
This is a generic version of the user manual. Some of the
features listed here may vary on your device. In case of any
query, please contact us:
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+91-11 4600 9900, +91-9999333223/4
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For better performance, certain features are optimized at the
Infotainment System end and the functionality of Navigation
might not be exactly the same as it appears in the
smartphone.
e.g. 3D landmark view is not present in the infotainment
system and 2D building footprints are displayed as flat
polygons.
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CONNECTNEXT® NAV LIMITS
CONNECTNEXT® NAV LIMITS
NOTE:
The following limitations are applicable to the integration or
usage of the Mobile based navigation app, NaviMaps, from
the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system:
Though the Navigation feature supports
Voice Recognition, in an active navigation
mode, when Voice Recognition is
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Typing of a destination location through the
infotainment system is unavailable. You can set a
destination location from the infotainment system, by
selecting the location from a list of favorite destinations,
recent destinations or POIs.
The 3D elements shown on the phone map will not be
shown on the infotainment system screen.
The touch controls that appear along with the map on
the phone screen will not be replicated on the
infotainment system screen.
Destination setting with speech command is not
supported.
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activated, the
icon is not displayed
on the right top corner of the screen to
indicate the activation of voice
recognition.
In some smartphones, the navigation voice prompts are
not supported through USB. For such smartphones, you
can also connect the smartphone through Bluetooth
audio steaming. The navigation voice prompts will be
heard through the Bluetooth connection.
The Navigation feature of the infotainment system is
supported only on some smartphones i.e. only on
smartphones that have Android 4.0 ICS or above.
DISPLAY VEHICLE SETUP SCREEN
VEHICLE
VEHICLE
DISPLAY VEHICLE SETUP SCREEN
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system supports handling
and viewing of some vehicle feature/components controls. It
allows you to:
To display the Vehicle Setup screen:
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Set vehicle door locking options
Manage the Park Assist system settings, if available
Handle exterior approach lights
View vehicle climate control information
NOTE:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the Vehicle option. The system
displays the Vehicle screen with various options for
handling the vehicle door lock/unlock, park assist and
exterior lights.
The above features are not standard in
every vehicle variant. Features that are
unavailable in the vehicle cannot be
controlled using the infotainment system.
Please refer to the Owner’s Manual of your
vehicle or check with your vehicle dealer
to confirm the list of features available in
your vehicle.
Options to handle all these functions are available in the
Vehicle Setup screen of the infotainment system.
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VEHICLE
SET LOCK/UNLOCK OPTIONS
SET LOCK/UNLOCK OPTIONS
In the Vehicle Setup screen, you can set the following options
relating to the remote door lock/unlock feature of your
vehicle:
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Drive away locking
Vehicle auto relock
NOTE:
For steps to display the Vehicle Setup
screen, refer to the Display the Vehicle
Setup Screen section.
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Central Locking option. The system displays the
Central Locking screen.
2. In the Central Locking screen, navigate to and select
the Drive Away Locking option. The system selects
the check box and enables the feature.
NOTE:
You can select the Drive Away Locking
option again to clear the check box and
disable the feature.
SETTING VEHICLE AUTO RELOCK
SETTING DRIVE AWAY LOCKING
 DEFINITION:
 DEFINITION:
The Drive Away Locking feature automatically
locks all vehicle doors when you start driving
the vehicle and reach a specific speed.
To set the Drive Away Locking feature:
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With the Vehicle Auto Relock feature, when you
unlock the vehicle through the remote key and
none of the doors are opened for 60 seconds,
the doors will be re-locked automatically, for
safety purpose.
SET LOCK/UNLOCK OPTIONS
VEHICLE
To set the Vehicle Auto Relock feature:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Central Locking option. The system displays the
Central Locking screen.
2. In the Central Locking screen, navigate to and select
the Vehicle Auto Relock option. The system selects
the check box and enables the feature.
NOTE:
You can select the Vehicle Auto Relock
option again to clear the check box and
disable the feature.
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MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
The Park Assist feature is vehicle dependant. If you have the
park assist system in your vehicle variant, you will be able to
manage it using the infotainment system. The system allows
you to:
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Activate park assist
Enable Park Assist Delay Timer
Set park assist volume
NOTE:
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For steps to display the Vehicle Setup
screen, refer to the Display the Vehicle
Setup Screen section.
Manage park assist display
ACTIVATING PARK ASSIST
You can activate or deactivate the Park Assist system of your
car without engaging/disengaging the Reverse gear.
To activate the Park Assist system from your infotainment
system:
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1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the park assist
options.
2. In the Park Assist options, scroll to and select the
Activate Park Assist option. The system displays the
Park Assist screen.
NOTE:
Display of the Park Assist screen is
automatically activated when you engage
the Reverse gear.
MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
VEHICLE
The Park Assist display screen has the following information:
Table 9: Park Assist Screen
1.
Information Header
Contains the any one of the following details:
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Figure 119: Park Assist Screen
Screen name (Park Assist) and system time
Park Assist component related message, for
example, can contain a message to indicate
that the Park brake is engaged
Active phone call related information
Radio/Media related information
NOTE:
The Phone call/Radio/Media
related information will be
displayed only if the Mix with
Audio option is enabled. Refer
to the Retaining Audio During
Park Assist section for more
information.
MANAGING PARK ASSIST DISPLAY
The system displays the Park Assist screen when the Reverse
gear is engaged. The display is stopped when the Reverse
gear is disengaged.
2.
Park Assist sensor view
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MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
Unavailability of Park Assist Display
Sometimes even after activating park assist the component
details are not displayed in the system. This will happen in
the following situations:
1. A critical error has occurred in the Park Assist
component and you need to contact the Tata service
center
2. The Park Assist component is temporarily disabled
because:
1. A trailer is connected to your car
2. The car speed is high
NOTE:
For more information on the Park Assist
system refer to your vehicle user manual.
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Figure 120: Park Assist Critical Fault Message Popup
MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
Delaying Park Assist Display Stop
The system allows you to retain the Park Assist display screen
even after the Reverse gear is disengaged. This feature is
called as Park Assist Delay Timer.
VEHICLE
3. Select the required timer option from 0 sec/5 sec/10
sec. When the Park Assist component is enabled next,
the system retains the Park Assist display screen even
after the Reverse gear is disengaged for the selected
time period.
SETTING PARK ASSIST VOLUME
.
 DEFINITION:
When in a closed parking lot, you have to
disengage and engage the Reverse gear
multiple times for parking your vehicle within
the available space. The Park Assist Delay Timer
feature, when enabled, will retain the park assist
screen for a pre-configured time even when the
Reverse gear is disengaged
To enable the Park Assist Delay Timer:
This option sets the volume related parameters of the vehicle
Park Assist component.
To set the volume value for park assist:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the Park
Assist screen.
2. In the Park Assist screen, highlight Park Assist
Volume field and modify the value of the field, by
setting it to a new value in the range of 0 to 10.
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the Park
Assist screen.
2. In the Park Assist screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist Delay Timer option. The system displays
the options for the Park Assist delay timer.
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Retaining Audio During Park Assist
By default, the infotainment system stops the currently active
media source, when the park assist feature is used. To retain
the media source audio in the background even during park
assist:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the Park
Assist screen.
2. In the Park Assist screen, navigate to and select the
Mix With Audio option. The check box beside the
option is selected.
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MANAGE
EXTERIOR
LIGHTS
(IF
MANAGE EXTERIOR LIGHTS (IF APPLICABLE)
The infotainment system provides you the flexibility of
handling the exterior approach lights of your vehicle:
MANAGING APPROACH LIGHTS
 DEFINITION:
When you approach your car in the dark, you
can switch on the Approach Lights (some
exterior and interior lights of the vehicle) to
identify your car as well as to find your way
safely to it.
VEHICLE
To set the Approach lights illumination time period:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Exterior Lights option. The system displays the
Exterior Lights screen.
2. In the Exterior Lights screen, navigate to and select the
Approach Lamps option. The system displays the
various illumination time period options.
3. Navigate to and select the required illumination time
period option from 30 seconds/60 seconds/90
seconds.
NOTE:
Refer to the owner’s manual of your
vehicle to understand how to switch on
the Approach lights.
The system allows you to set the time period for which the
Approach lights will be illuminated after you switch them ON.
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OVERVIEW OF CLIMATE CONTROL
OVERVIEW OF CLIMATE CONTROL
The infotainment system displays the following climate
control related information in its display screen bottom bar.
Figure 121: Display Screen with Climate Control Details on the
bottom bar
Table 10: Display Screen Climate Information
3.
Blower speed
4.
Rear - Defogger ON/OFF
5.
MAX-Defrost mode
6.
Air distribution mode
7.
AUTO mode
8.
Recirculation mode
9.
Fresh-AIR mode
10.
Temperature selection
CLIMATE SETTINGS CHANGE POPUP
The system displays popup message when you change any of
the climate settings like temperature/blower using the FATC
controls. The system displays popup message when you:
Table 10: Display Screen Climate Information
1.
AC ON/OFF
2.
ECON ON/OFF mode
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Switch ON/OFF the AC
Increase/decrease the blower speed
Increase/decrease the temperature
Set the Low or High mode of temperature setting
OVERVIEW OF CLIMATE CONTROL
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VEHICLE
Shift between air re-circulation options (Recirculate or
Fresh)
Change the air distribution mode
Set Rear Defog ON/OFF
Set Maximum Frost Defrost
Set Economy or Automatic mode
CHANGING CLIMATE SETTINGS FROM THE SYSTEM
You can also change the climate settings from the
infotainment system display.
To change the climate settings from the system:
Figure 122: Climate Control Screen with Options
1. Access any of the climate control of the vehicle or
touch the system display screen footer, where the
climate control details are displayed. The system
displays the Climate Control screen with all climate
setting options.
2. Touch any required function to change the function or
to enable or disable the settings. The changes made
to the climate settings will be immediately displayed
in the bottom bar of the screen
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VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system allows you to
control your vehicle Radio, HandsFree Phone, climate control
and all supported media source devices using voice
commands.
To activate the voice recognition feature:
1. LP the Voice Activation button on the steering wheel.
The system mutes/pauses the currently played audio
and you will hear a beep sound to indicate the
activation of the voice recognition feature.
The system also displays the
icon on the right
top corner of the screen to indicate activation of voice
recognition.
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NOTE:
The system will start recognizing your
voice commands only after the beep. So,
speak your command only after you hear
the voice activation beep. If no command
is spoken after the beep, the system will
prompt you to say a command.
VOICE RECOGNITION GUIDELINES
VOICE RECOGNITION GUIDELINES
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
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For effective voice recognition, follow the below guidelines:
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Do not speak the command when the
icon is
displayed. The icon indicates that the voice recognition
component is prompting (the system is talking) you
currently. and will not respond to your commands.
Do not give long pauses (greater than 1 second) while
speaking the words in a command. Speak the words of
the command at a constant rate.
Avoid varying your pitch and volume while speaking the
commands. Speak clearly and loudly at a reasonable
speed.
Speak only the commands that are listed in the Voice
Recognition Commands section.
Ensure there is no noise disturbance when you speak the
commands like, other passengers in the vehicle are
talking or there is lot of wind noise. Disturbance from
external sound sources may result in poor voice
recognition.
Always face forward while speaking your commands as
the voice recognition quality is best in this orientation.

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There will be a temporary disturbance in the voice
recognition accuracy, when the user speaking the voice
command changes i.e. if you had initiated the voice
recognition, and in the middle another user in the
vehicle starts speaking out commands. This disturbance
will be stopped when the system adopts to the voice of
the new user after few voice command trails.
When similar sounding contact names/song names are
spoken, the system will display a list of options
matching the spoken name. You can choose the
required option from the list by speaking the
corresponding line number or touching the required
option on the screen.
Please speak the commands and names in a neutral
English accent for best results.
Scenarios for Ignoring Voice Recognition Activation
During the following situations, the system ignores activation
of voice recognition even on the LP of the Voice Activation
button:
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When the reading of a media source device is in progress
When you get an incoming call
When you are dialing an outgoing call
When a video playback is in progress
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When the contacts and call logs in your phone and
system are synchronized
When a phone call is active
Scenarios for Ending A Voice Recognition Session
When voice recognition is active, you can end the session by:

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Doing a LP on the Voice Activation button
Pressing any HK, including the keys on the steering
wheel and IR remote control
Touching the screen to perform an action, except for
selecting an option from the list displayed as response
to a voice recognition command
Speaking the “Cancel” voice recognition command
during the session.
Scenarios for Auto-Termination of A Voice
Recognition Session
When in a voice recognition session, performing the
following actions will automatically terminate the session:
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Receiving an incoming call
Dialling an outgoing call
Plugging-in a media source device
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
Pulling out the media source device, which you are
currently handing through the voice recognition
feature.
Getting Voice Recognition Command Help
The system provides help to complete a command, when
part of the command is recognized. The system plays an
audio prompt to help you in completing the command.
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
General
Commands
Command
System Action
Cancel
Cancels the currently active Voice Recognition session.
Remove
Removes the digits in the number that was spoken earlier. For example: If a you
speak a phone number and wants to delete a digit in it, you can speak the
Remove command.
Correction
Corrects the digits in the number that was spoken earlier. For example, if you
speak a phone number and wants to correct a digit in it, you can speak the
Correct command.
Special Characters:
Uses the spoken special character as the response. These commands are mainly
used while responding to a Interactive Voice Response (IVR).
#: Hash / Pound
Or
+: Plus
Or
*:Star
Or
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VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Phone
Command
System Action
Phone
Displays the Phone screen.
Paired Phone
Displays the list of phones paired with the system
Dial
1. Prompts you to say the number to be dialled.
2. After you say the required number, repeats the number to confirm it.
3. Once you confirm the number by saying Dial again, dials the specified
number.
NOTE:
You can delete or correct the digits in the number by
saying the commands “Remove” or “Correction”.
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VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Phone
Command
Dial <number>
System Action
Dials the number specified with the command.
NOTE:
You can say the number by saying each digit separately.
For example to dial the number 9876543210, say, Dial
nine eight seven six five four three two one zero
NOTE:
You can also say the number by saying the digits in
groups of two or three. For example, to dial the number
022333267510, say Dial zero, double two, triple three,
twenty six, seventy five, ten. You can also say special
characters if required.
Phone
Call
1. Prompts you to say the contact name from the Contact list that must be
dialled.
2. After you say the contact name, the system dials the contact.
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VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Phone
Command
Call <contact name>
System Action
Dials the specified contact name from the Contact list.
NOTE:
You can also say the category of the contact number like
Mobile, Home, Work or Other along with the contact
name. For example, to dial to the mobile number of the
contact Amitabh Sharma, you can say Call Amitabh
Sharma Mobile or Call Amitabh Mobile.
NOTE:
The system may take sometime to fetch the specified
contact from the phone book contacts list.
Media
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Redial
Re-dials the last number that was dialled.
Media
Displays the Media screen.
USB
Or
Change to USB
Starts playing music from the USB device from the location where it was last
stopped, if connected.
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Media
Command
System Action
iPod
Or
Change to iPod
Starts playing music from the iPod or any apple device from the location where it
was last stopped, if connected.
Bluetooth
Or
Change to Bluetooth
Starts playing music from the Bluetooth media device from the location where it
was last stopped, if connected.
SD Card
Or
Change to SD Card
Starts playing music from the SD Card from the location where it was last
stopped, if connected.
Auxiliary
Or
Aux input
Or
Change to Auxiliary
Or
Change to Aux input
Starts playing music from the Auxiliary device from the location where it was last
stopped, if connected.
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VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Common Media
Commands
(When used, will be
applicable for the
currently active
media source
device)
Command
Show All
Options:
Artist
Or
Album
Or
Song
Or
Genre
Show All <music category
type>
Browse
Options:
Artist
Or
Album
Or
Genre
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System Action
1. Prompts you to say the music category, which you want to view.
2. When you say anyone of the categories command (see Options in the
Command column), the system lists all sub-categories of the specified
category. For example, if you say Artist as the category, the system will
show all artist types that are available in the Artists category of the media
source.
Lists all sub-categories in the specified music category type. For example: When
you say the Show All Artist command the system will display all artist types
that are available in the Artists category of the media source.
1. Prompts you to say the music category, which you want to browse.
2. When you say anyone of the categories command (see Options in the
Command column), lists all sub-categories of the specified category and
allows you to browse through the contents of the categories too.
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Command
System Action
Common Media
Commands
(When used, will be
applicable for the
currently active
media source
device)
Browse <music category
type> <music sub-category
name>
Allows you to browse through the contents in the music sub-category of the
specified music category type. For example: When you say, Browse Artist
Michael Jackson, the system allows you to browse through the music tracks in
the Michael Jackson sub-category of the Artists category.
Play
Options:
Artist
Or
Album
Or
Song
Or
Genre
Play <music category type>
<music sub-category
name>
1. Prompts you to say the music category, which you want to play.
2. When you say anyone of the categories command (see Options in the
Command column), plays all music tracks in the specified category.
NOTE:
For all category related voice commands, the system
might take sometime to fetch the specified content.
Plays all music tracks in the music sub-category of the specified music category
type. For example, when you say, Play Artist Michael Jackson, the system
plays all music tracks in the Michael Jackson sub-category of the Artists category.
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VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Common Media
Commands
(When used, will be
applicable for the
currently active
media source
device)
Command
Music Folders
This command is valid for only USB and SD Card media
source devices.
Go to Track
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Displays the first level of folders as arranged in your media device. If there are no
folders, all music tracks in your media device are listed.
NOTE:
Play My Music
Radio
System Action
Starts playing all music tracks in the media device from the first.
1. Prompts you to say the track number.
2. When you say the required track number, starts playing the specified
music track.
Go to Track <track number>
Starts playing the specified music track. For example, to go to track number 143,
say Go to Track One Four Three.
Radio
Or
Tuner
Displays the Radio screen.
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Radio
Command
System Action
AM
Or
AM Radio
Or
Change to AM Radio
Or
Change to AM
Plays the AM radio frequency that was last played.
FM
Or
FM Radio
Or
Change to FM Radio
Or
Change to FM
Plays the FM radio frequency that was last played.
Tune To
1. Prompts you to say the radio frequency.
2. When you say the frequency, tunes to the specified frequency and starts
playing it, if available.
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VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Radio
Command
Tune To <frequency>
System Action
Tunes to the specified radio frequency and starts playing it, if available. For
example, to tune to station 94.3 say, Tune to Ninety Four Point Three.
NOTE:
The frequency range for FM is 87.5 MHz To 108 MHz, with
incremental value as 100 KHz or 0.1 MHz. The frequency
range for AM is 531 KHz To 1629 KHz, with incremental
value as10 KHz.
AM Preset
AM Preset <number>
FM Preset
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1. Prompts you to say the AM band preset number (1 to 20).
2. When you say the preset number, tunes to the frequency stored in the
preset number and starts playing it, if available.
Tunes to the AM band frequency stored in the preset number and starts playing
it, if available. You can say a number in the range of 1 to 20. For example, to play
preset 5 say, AM Preset Five.
1. Prompts you to say the FM band preset number (1 to 20).
2. When you say the preset number, tunes to the frequency stored in the
preset number and starts playing it, if available.
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Radio
Command
FM Preset <number>
Store to Preset
Store to Preset <number>
Auto Store
Options:
AM
Or
FM
Climate Control
Climate Control
System Action
Tunes to the FM band frequency stored in the preset number and starts playing
it, if available. You can say a number in the range of 1 to 20. For example, to play
preset 5 say, FM Preset Five.
1. Prompts you to say the preset number (1to 20) to which the currently
played radio frequency must be stored.
2. When you say the preset number, stores the frequency in the specified
preset number.
Stores the currently played radio frequency in the specified preset number. You
can say a number in the range of 1 to 20. For example, to store to preset 20 say,
Store to Preset Twenty.
1. Prompts you to say the radio band (FM/AM).
2. When you say the radio band, the system searches for the available radio
stations and when found stores the frequencies as the presets for the
specified radio band.
Displays the Climate screen.
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VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Climate Control
Command
Set Temperature
Options:
System Action
1. Prompts you to say the temperature.
2. When you say the temperature value/Minimum/Maximum, the system
sets the AC to the specified temperature.
<temperature value>
Or
Minimum
Or
Maximum
Set Temperature to
<temperature value>
Sets the AC to the specified temperature value. For example, to set the
temperature as 23.5 degrees say, Set Temperature to twenty three point
five.
NOTE:
The incremental value of temperature is 0.5 degrees.
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Set temperature to
Minimum
Sets the AC to the minimum temperature. Refer to the vehicle owner’s manual
for the minimum temperature information.
Set temperature to
Maximum
Sets the AC to the maximum temperature. Refer to the vehicle owner’s manual
for the maximum temperature information.
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VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE
Table 11: Voice Recognition Commands
Feature
Climate Control
Command
Set fan speed
Options:
System Action
1. Prompts you to say the fan speed.
2. When you say the fan speed value/Minimum/Maximum, the system sets
the AC to the specified fan speed.
<fan speed value>
Or
Minimum
Or
Maximum
Set fan speed to <fan speed
value>
Sets the AC to the specified fan speed value. You can say a value in the range of 0
to 9 as the fan speed. For example, to set the fan speed to 5 say, Set fan speed
to five.
Set fan speed to Minimum
Sets the AC to the minimum fan speed. Refer to the vehicle owner’s manual for
the minimum fan speed information.
Set fan speed to Maximum
Sets the AC to the maximum fan speed. Refer to the vehicle owner’s manual for
the maximum fan speed information.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Some frequently asked questions related to the features and
functions of the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system are
listed below along with their answers.
1. I installed NaviMaps App in my smartphone but it
doesn't work with my TATA vehicle?
Along with NaviMaps App, ConnectNext App shall
also to be installed for Navigation feature to work with
your TATA car. If ConnectNext App is not installed, Go
to the Play Store and install it.
2. I installed ConnectNext App only in my smartphone
will the navigation feature work in my TATA vehicle?
Along with ConnectNext App, NaviMaps shall also be
installed for Navigation feature to work with your
TATA car. If NaviMaps app is not installed, Go to the
Play Store and install it.
3. I am already a using NaviMaps app before I bought
my TATA vehicle. Will Navigation feature work in my
new TATA vehicle?
May not be. It depends on the version of the App
which you were using. It is preferable to update the
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app for the Navigation feature to work with your new
TATA vehicle.
4. Is internet connection required for using navigation
Internet connection is required only for downloading
of App and Maps. After successful download and
installation, you can use Navigation feature without
your internet connection as maps are locally available
in your smartphone. So, Internet charges might be
applicable for download of app & Maps only but not
for the usage of the NaviMaps, except while using the
Live Traffic updates.
NOTE:
For using the Live Traffic function, you
should ensure that the data connection of
your smartphone is active.
5. Which Map shall I download? And how much
memory is required in my smartphone
NaviMaps installed in smartphone will prompt for
downloading the app. Based on your choice you can
download EAST, North, South or Central map of India.
This is just to avoid huge data download and memory
consumption in your smartphone. if you download
either of the maps, you might need approximately
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300MB (250MB for Map and 50MB for NaviMaps App).
Total India map might be around 1.3GB. However this
also depends on region of the map you have
downloaded and version. It is to be noted that
memory requirement changes as upgrades.
6. I have connected my phone for handsfree
functionality. Will the navigation work?
No. For Navigation feature to work you have to
connect your smartphone through USB cable only.
This also ensures that your phone battery remain
charged via USB when navigation is running on your
phone in the car. It is recommended to use the USB
cable which you might have got along with your
smartphone.
7. I have connected my phone through USB will my
phone handsfree work
No. Handsfree Phone and Audio streaming works on
Bluetooth connectivity only. Via USB it will not work.
8. Will navigation in my TATA vehicle work with any
navigation App?
No. It will work only with NaviMaps App. Please check
and install for the latest version available from the
Play Store on your Android based smartphone.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
9. Just like Maps can I see video from phone in
infotainment display?
Video Playback from your smartphone is not mirrored
in to infotainment system of your TATA vehicle.
However to play video from your smartphone, when
you connect your mobile over USB, Please ensure to
select MSC mode on your device (Mass Storage Class
mode, if it is supported by your smartphone). Then
you should be able to browse and play compatible
videos through infotainment system. Please note that
behavior might vary from Phone to Phone based on
phone specific implementation.
10. Do I have to pay for App and Map database
upgrades?
At first time when NaviMaps app is installed, please
Connect your smartphone with your TATA vehicle.
After this you can install latest versions of the map for
free. You are entitled for a maximum of 4 free
upgrades in a span of 4 years from the date of
purchase of your vehicle.
11. How frequently Map upgrades are released? And
How it is informed to me?
After you connect your smartphone to your TATA
vehicle for Navigation function, you are entitled for a
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maximum of 4 upgrades in a span of 4 years from the
date of purchase of your vehicle. The frequency of
Map upgrade releases is every 6 months and these
upgrades will be notified on the NaviMaps mobile
app.
12. Can my family members also can use this
Navigation feature by downloading the same
NaviMaps App? Do they have to pay?
Yes. However every other user shall also download
and install the apps. Maximum of 4 distinct users per
TATA vehicle are allowed. These 4 distinct users need
not pay additionally. If users are more than 4 then user
shall purchase pro-guidance version (in app purchase)
13. Should I enable GPS always in my smartphone?
Need not be. But you should enable GPS in your
smartphone when it is connected for Navigation
function with your infotainment system.
14. What should I do if GPS signal is not available?
This Navigation feature uses GPS from your
smartphone. So your smartphone GPS reception is
very important for reliable functionality of this feature.
If you are getting weak or no GPS signal, ensure that
you place your phone in a location of vehicle where it
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is safe and visible to sky and check for the better GPS
reception availability.
15. Which USB cable should I use to connect my
smartphone for Navigation?
It is always recommended to use the cable which you
might have received from your smartphone
manufacturer.
16. Navigation audio prompts are not audible enough.
What should I do to increase the volume level?
First try to increase the volume level from your
smartphone. if it is still not sufficient then, when
Navigation function is working, Press the
button and select “Settings” to see Voice Prompt
volume. You can adjust the setting accordingly.
17. How to Play video in the infotainment system
Video Playback is available in “Browse” option of
Media screen and select “Video” option. Through this
you can browse through the Video files available in
the current media source only (either USB or SD).
18. What all the video formats does it support?
.a vi, .mp4, and .divx as container formats will be
supported. H264 (BP and MP up to AVC Level 3.1),
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MPEG4 (SP, ASP) up to D1 Resolution (specifically 720
x 480 resolution only) (std NTSC/PAL) will be
supported.
19. Can I play HD videos in the infotainment system?
No. Videos only till 720 x 480 resolution (Std NTSC /
PAL) will be supported
20. How can I play video files from my phone?
Connect your phone via USB port. Just after
connection put your phone in USB Mass Storage Class
mode. After that you should be able to browse
through the contents of Phone via Infotainment
system and will be able to play compatible video files.
It is to be note that this behavior might vary from
phone to phone based your phone specific
implementation.
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Yes. However you have to enable your phone in Mass
Storage Class mode just after connection to Car USB
port. This behavior might vary based on smartphone
which you are using.
23. What are the supported video and audio codecs?
The supported video and audio codecs are as follows:
Video Codecs: H264 (Base and Main Profile till L
3.1), MPEG4 (Simple and Advanced Simple Profile - All Levels)
Audio Codecs - Profile Supported: MP3 Or
MPEG-2 Audio Layer III, AAC (AAC-LC And HEAAC), WMA, WAV
Container File: AVI, MP4, DIVX
21. From what all the Media sources I can play video?
You can play Video from USB and SD card. However
you can see the contents of either USB only or SD card
at a time only. To switch the source from USB to SD or
vice versa, you have to change the current media
source and browse for required video file accordingly.
22. Can I See / Play audio / Video / pictures from my
smartphone when connected through USB port?
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ABBREVIATIONS
ABBREVIATIONS
Table 12: Abbreviations
The abbreviation used in the guide are listed in the below
table.
JPEG
Joint Photographic Experts Group
LP
Long Press
Table 12: Abbreviations
PBAP
Phone Book Access Profile
AC
Air Conditioning
PNG
Portable Network Graphics
AM
Amplitude Modulation
POI
Point of Interest
APPS
Applications
RDS
Radio Data System
AUX
Auxiliary
SD Card
Secure Digital Card
AVRCP
Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
SP
Single Press
BMP
Bitmap Image File
USB
Universal Serial Bus
BTSA
Bluetooth Streaming Audio
FATC
Fully Automatic Temperature Control
FM
Frequency Modulation
HVAC
Heating, Ventilation and Air
Conditioning
IR
Infra-Red
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INDEX
INDEX
A
ACTIVE NAV SCREEN ............................... ........... 134
Find Near by POI ......................................... ...............138
From Here ..................................................... ...............139
From Me to Here ......................................... ...............140
Navigate To .................................................. ...............135
Save To My Places ....................................... ...............141
Set as HOME ................................................ ...............141
Share .............................................................. ...............136
Show on Map .............................................. ...............137
APPROACH LIGHTS ................................. ........... 187
AUDIO SETTINGS .................................... ........... 41
Select Audio Preset(Equalizer) ............... ...............43
Set Balance ................................................... ...............42
Set Bass .......................................................... ...............41
Set Fader ....................................................... ...............42
Set Middle .................................................... ...............41
Set Treble ...................................................... ...............41
AUTO PAIRING ........................................ ........... 85
AUTO STORE PRESETS ............................ ........... 55
B
BLUETOOTH SETTINGS ........................... ........... 92
Change system bluetooth display name ..........92
Enable/Disable system bluetooth visibility ......92
Set system bluetooth pin code.............. ...............93
C
CENTRAL LOCKING OPTIONS ................. ........... 180
Drive away locking ..................................... .............. 180
Vehicle auto relock ..................................... .............. 180
CLIMATE CONTROL ................................. ........... 188
AC setting change popups ...................... .............. 188
AC settings change options .................... .............. 189
CONNECTNEXT® INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM ....... 10
Audio settings .............................................. .............. 41
Control elements ........................................ .............. 11
General system settings ........................... .............. 38
Key features ................................................. .............. 10
Media capabilities ....................................... .............. 57
Navigation Feature ..................................... .............. 110
Other modes of control ............................ .............. 16
Phone capabilities ...................................... .............. 84
Radio capabilities ........................................ .............. 50
Reset to factory default ............................ .............. 48
System ON/OFF ........................................... .............. 36
System usage .............................................. .............. 29
Vehicle capabilities ..................................... .............. 179
Voice Recognition Feature....................... .............. 190
Volume settings 45
CONNECTNEXT® NAVIGATION ............... ........... 165
Connect to the Infotainment System .. .............. 115
Get Started with the Navigation Feature ......... 165
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Navigation Feature Concurrences ........ ...............173
Navigation Options .................................... ...............168
Unlock NaviMaps Premium Functionalities .....118
D
DRIVE AWAY LOCKING............................ ........... 180
E
EXTERIOR LIGHTS.................................... ........... 187
Approach lights ........................................... ...............187
G
GENERAL SYSTEM SETTINGS.................. ........... 38
Clear personal data .................................... ...............40
Setting date ................................................. ...............38
Setting time ................................................. ...............39
I
IN-CALL FUNCTIONS ............................... ........... 105
Accept another incoming call ................ ...............106
Conduct conference call .......................... ...............107
End call .......................................................... ...............108
Mute the microphone ............................... ...............108
Put call on hold............................................ ...............106
Respond to IVR ............................................ ...............105
Switch between calls ................................. ...............106
Switch between handset and hands-free .........106
INSTALLING NAVIGAION APPS .............. ........... 112
Install ConnectNext Apps ........................ ...............112
Install NaviMaps App ................................ ...............114
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Installing Navigation Maps...................... .............. 114
M
MEDIA ..................................................... ........... 57
Handling music tracks ............................... .............. 65
Handling pictures ....................................... .............. 75
Handling Video Playback ......................... .............. 79
Overview ....................................................... .............. 57
Play a media source ................................... .............. 60
Supported media sources ....................... .............. 57
MEDIA SOURCE ...................................... ........... 60
Connect ......................................................... .............. 60
Play automatically ...................................... .............. 62
Play from a shortcut ................................... .............. 64
Select .............................................................. .............. 63
MENU SHORTCUTS ................................. ........... 30
Create ............................................................. .............. 30
Delete ............................................................. .............. 30
MENU STRUCTURE................................... ........... 29
Creating shortcuts ...................................... .............. 30
Deleting a shortcut .................................... .............. 30
Main Menu ................................................... .............. 29
MOBILE NAV APP VS EMBEDDED NAV SYSTEMS 110
MUSIC RELATED OPERATIONS............... ........... 65
Browse ........................................................... .............. 72
Increase/decrease volume....................... .............. 66
Mute/un-mute volume ............................. .............. 66
INDEX
Pause/Play music ........................................ ...............65
Perform fast forward/fast rewind ......... ...............69
Play next/previous folder......................... ...............70
Play next/previous tracks......................... ...............68
Play tracks randomly ................................. ...............67
Repeat track/folder .................................... ...............66
Scan ................................................................ ...............73
View next/previous track name............. ...............68
View track information ............................. ...............70
Recent ............................................................ .............. 168
Route ............................................................... .............. 171
Setup .............................................................. .............. 171
NAVIMAPS
Active NAV Screen and Options ............ .............. 134
App Operations ........................................... .............. 143
Destination Entry ........................................ .............. 129
Map View Controls ..................................... .............. 126
Start App ....................................................... .............. 125
Touch Operations ....................................... .............. 124
NAVIMAPS APP OPERATIONS ................ ........... 143
Main Menu Options ................................... .............. 153
Route Options .............................................. .............. 143
NAVIMAPS MAIN MENU OPTIONS......... ........... 153
About ............................................................. .............. 163
Close the Main Menu Options Screen . .............. 153
Manage Maps .............................................. .............. 157
My Places ...................................................... .............. 154
My Routes ..................................................... .............. 155
Settings .......................................................... .............. 158
Take Me Home ............................................. .............. 154
N
NAVIGATING BETWEEN ON-SCREEN OBJECTS 31
Going to the parent menu from a submenu 34
Identifying the currently active menu ...............34
Modifying the value in a range .............. ...............34
Scrolling through a menu list ................. ...............33
Selecting an on-screen object ............... ...............31
NAVIGATION FEATURE ........................... ........... 110
ConnectNext Apps ..................................... ...............165
Disclaimers ................................................... ...............177
General Information .................................. ...............110
Installing APPs for Navigation ................ ...............112
Limitations ................................................... ...............178
NaviMaps ...................................................... ...............124
NAVIGATION FEATURE OPTIONS ........... ........... 168
Favorites ........................................................ ...............169
POI ................................................................... ...............169
O
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL ................. ........... 16
IR Remote ...................................................... .............. 21
Steering Wheel ............................................ .............. 17
OUTGOING CALL .................................... ........... 100
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Dial using the call list ................................ ...............103
Dial using the favorites list ...................... ...............103
Dial using the phone book...................... ...............101
Manual dialling of phone number ....... ...............100
Phone Settings............................................. .............. 94
PHONE FAVORITES LIST.......................... ........... 103
Dial a favorite contact number .............. .............. 104
Mark contact as favorite ........................... .............. 103
View favorites list ........................................ .............. 104
PHONE FUNCTIONS ................................ ........... 98
Accept/reject incoming calls .................. .............. 104
Handle in-call functions ........................... .............. 105
Make an Outgoing Call ............................. .............. 100
View call list .................................................. .............. 98
View phone book ........................................ .............. 99
View phone details ..................................... .............. 98
PHONE SETTINGS.................................... ........... 94
Configure automatic SMS for rejected calls .... 96
Set notifications for new SMS................. .............. 95
Synchronize phone book.......................... .............. 94
PICTURE VIEWER .................................... ........... 75
Access picture files ..................................... .............. 75
Close a picture ............................................. .............. 78
Navigate between pictures ..................... .............. 77
Shift to Video Playback ............................. .............. 78
PRESET .................................................... ........... 55
P
PAIR DEVICES .......................................... ........... 85
Guidelines .................................................... ...............87
Troubleshooting Steps.............................. ............... 87
PAIRED DEVICES OPERATIONS............... ........... 89
Connect/disconnect paired devices .... ...............90
Delete paired devices................................ ...............90
View paired devices.................................... ............... 89
PARK ASSIST............................................ ........... 182
Activation ..................................................... ...............182
Delay display stop ...................................... ...............185
Display ........................................................... ...............183
Display unavailability ................................ ...............183
Retain audio ................................................ ...............186
Volume .......................................................... ...............185
PARK ASSIST DELAY TIMER .................... ........... 185
PHONE ..................................................... ........... 84
Bluetooth settings ...................................... ...............92
Enable bluetooth ........................................ ...............84
Functions ...................................................... ...............98
Handle paired devices .............................. ...............89
Pair Devices .................................................. ...............85
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RADIO ...................................................... ........... 50
AM/FM reception limitations .................. .............. 50
Operations .................................................... .............. 52
INDEX
Overview of capabilities ........................... ...............50
RADIO BAND ........................................... ........... 52
Change radio band volume .................... ...............53
RADIO OPERATIONS ............................... ........... 52
Change radio band .................................... ...............52
Handle presets ............................................. ...............55
Tune radio stations..................................... ...............53
RADIO PRESETS ...................................... ........... 55
Auto store presets ...................................... ...............55
Browse through presets ........................... ...............56
Play a preset ................................................ ...............56
Store presets ................................................ ...............55
ROUTE OPTIONS ..................................... ........... 143
Active Route Options................................. ............... 146
Inactive Route Options ............................. ...............143
S
SAFETY GUIDELINES ............................... ........... 5
General ........................................................... ............... 5
System care and maintenance............... ...............6
While driving ............................................... ...............6
SPEED DEPENDENT VOLUME ................. ........... 45
STARTUP VOLUME .................................. ........... 46
SYSTEM USAGE ....................................... ........... 29
Accessing Main Menu ............................... ...............31
Handling Popups ........................................ ...............35
Menu structure ............................................ ...............29
Navigating between on-screen objects ............ 31
V
VEHICLE .................................................. ........... 179
Climate control notifications .................. .............. 188
Display vehicle setup screen................... .............. 179
Exterior lights options ............................... .............. 187
Locking/unlocking options ..................... .............. 180
Park Assist ..................................................... .............. 182
VEHICLE AUTO RELOCK .......................... ........... 180
VIDEO PLAYBACK.................................... ........... 79
Access video files......................................... .............. 79
Browse through videos ............................. .............. 81
Close a video ............................................... .............. 83
Go to the Home Screen ............................ .............. 82
Handle video volume................................. .............. 81
Operations..................................................... .............. 81
Perform Fast Forward/Fast Rewind of videos . 81
Play next/previous video ......................... .............. 81
Play/pause video ......................................... .............. 81
Randomly play videos ............................... .............. 81
Repeat a video.............................................. .............. 81
Shift to Picture Viewer ............................... .............. 83
VOICE RECOGNITION COMMANDS ........ ........... 193
Climate control ............................................ .............. 203
Common media commands.................... .............. 198
General Commands ................................... .............. 193
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Media ............................................................. ...............196
Phone ............................................................. ...............194
Radio .............................................................. ...............200
VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE .............. ........... 190
Activation ..................................................... ...............190
Commands ................................................... ...............193
Guidelines .................................................... ...............191
Help ................................................................ ...............192
Scenarios for auto-termination ............. ...............192
Scenarios for ending activation............. ...............192
Scenarios for ignoring activation........... ............... 191
VOLUME SETTINGS ................................. ........... 45
Set Aux-In gain ............................................ ...............47
Set phone audio volume.......................... ............... 46
Set SMS read out volume......................... ............... 46
Set speed dependent volume ............... ...............45
Set startup volume...................................... ............... 46
Set voice command volume ................... ...............47
W
WARRANTY CLAUSES............................... ........... 9
WAYS OF TUNING RADIO STATIONS...... ........... 53
Auto tuning ................................................. ...............53
Manual tuning ............................................. ...............53
Scan radio stations...................................... ............... 53
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