VAUXHALL Zafira Tourer Infotainment Manual Model Year 2013.5

VAUXHALL Zafira Tourer Infotainment Manual Model Year 2013.5
Infotainment Manual Model Year 2013.5 Edition: January 2013 TS 1707-B-13
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VAUXHALL Zafira Tourer
Infotainment Manual
Model Year 2013.5
Edition: January 2013
TS 1707-B-13
Contents
Introduction .................................... 2
Radio ........................................... 26
CD Player .................................... 42
AUX input ..................................... 48
USB port ...................................... 50
Digital picture frame ..................... 54
Navigation .................................... 57
Speech recognition .................... 102
Phone ........................................ 117
Index .......................................... 136
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Introduction
Introduction
General information ....................... 2
Theft-deterrent feature ................... 3
Control elements overview ............ 4
Usage .......................................... 13
Basic operation ............................ 14
Tone settings ............................... 19
Volume settings ........................... 22
Personalisation ............................ 24
General information
The Infotainment system provides
you with state-of-the-art in-car
infotainment.
For the AM, FM and DAB (if available)
wavebands the radio is equipped with
twelve automatically assignable
channel presets. Furthermore,
36 channels can be allocated
manually (waveband-independent).
The integrated audio player will
entertain you with audio CDs and
MP3/WMA CDs.
Furthermore, you can connect
external data storage devices, e.g.
iPod, MP3 player or USB stick (if USB
port available), or a portable CD
player to the Infotainment system as
further audio sources.
The digital sound processor provides
you with several preset equalizer
modes for sound optimisation.
The navigation system (only
Navi 600 / Navi 900) with dynamic
route planning will reliably guide you
to your destination, and, if desired,
will automatically avoid traffic jams or
other traffic problems.
Optionally, the Infotainment system
can be operated using controls on the
steering wheel, or via the speech
recognition system (if available).
In addition, the Infotainment system
can be equipped with a mobile phone
portal.
The well-thought-out design of the
control elements, the clear displays
and a large multifunction knob enable
you to control the system easily and
intuitively.
Note
This manual describes all options
and features available for the
various Infotainment systems.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country
specifications, special equipment or
accessories.
Introduction
Important information on
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
The Infotainment system must be
used so that the vehicle can be
driven safely at all times. If in
doubt, stop the vehicle and
operate the Infotainment system
while the vehicle is stationary.
9 Warning
The use of the navigation system
(only with Navi 600 / Navi 900)
does not release the driver from
the responsibility for a correct,
vigilant attitude in road traffic. The
related traffic regulations must
always be followed.
Only make entries (e.g.
addresses) with the vehicle
stationary.
If a navigation instruction
contradicts traffic regulations, the
traffic regulations always apply.
9 Warning
In some areas one-way streets
and other roads and entrances
(e.g. pedestrian zones) that you
are not allowed to turn into are not
marked on the map. In such areas
the Infotainment system may
issue a warning that must be
accepted. Here you must pay
particular attention to one-way
streets, roads and entrances that
you are not allowed to drive into.
Radio reception
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to
■ changes in distance from the
transmitter,
■ multi-path reception due to
reflection,
■ shadowing.
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Theft-deterrent feature
The Infotainment system is equipped
with an electronic security system for
the purpose of theft deterrent.
The Infotainment system therefore
functions only in your vehicle and is
worthless for a thief.
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Introduction
Control elements overview
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Introduction
1
RADIO (BAND) ..................... 26
2
Activate radio or change
waveband .............................. 26
CD/AUX ................................ 42
Start CD/MP3/WMA replay ... 44
3
Change to external audio
source ................................... 48
Search backward .................. 26
6
Search forward ...................... 26
11 TP ......................................... 35
Radio: search forward ........... 26
7
CD/MP3/WMA: skip track
forward .................................. 44
TONE .................................... 19
Activate or deactivate
radio traffic service ................ 35
12 CD ejection ........................... 44
13 CONFIG ................................ 22
8
Tone settings ........................ 19
Radio station buttons 1...6 ... 27
System settings ..................... 22
14 INFO ....................................... 4
Long press: save station ....... 27
Radio: information on the
currently played station ......... 26
Radio: search backward ....... 26
4
CD/MP3/WMA: skip track
backward ............................... 44
DEST / NAV .......................... 58
5
Navigation destination
entry ...................................... 58
m (VOL) knob ........................ 13
Press: switch on/off
Infotainment system .............. 13
Turn: adjust volume .............. 13
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9
Short press: select station .... 27
FAV (1/2/3) ............................ 28
Favourite lists (preset
radio stations) ....................... 28
10 AS (1/2) ................................. 27
Automatic memory levels
(preset radio stations) ........... 27
Short press: select
autostore list .......................... 27
Long press: save stations
automatically ......................... 27
CD/MP3/WMA:
information on the
currently inserted CD ............ 44
Digital picture frame:
shows currently selected
picture/photo ......................... 54
Navigation: information,
e.g., on the current location . . 57
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Introduction
15 Multifunction knob ................. 14
21 NAV ....................................... 58
Turn: mark menu options
or set numeric values ........... 14
Press once: Display map ..... 58
Press (the outer ring):
select/activate the marked
option; confirm set value;
switch function on/off ............ 14
16 Eight-way switch ................... 58
Navigation: move display
window in map view .............. 58
17 CD slot .................................. 44
18 BACK .................................... 14
Menu: one level back ............ 14
Input: delete last character
or entire entry ........................ 14
19 RPT / NAV ............................ 95
Repeat last navigation
message ............................... 95
20 Phone / Mute ......................... 13
Open telephone main menu 128
Activate/deactivate mute ....... 13
Press twice: Navigation
menu ..................................... 58
Introduction
CD 400 / CD 400plus
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Introduction
1
RADIO (BAND) ..................... 26
2
Activate radio or change
waveband .............................. 26
CD ......................................... 42
3
Start CD/MP3/WMA replay ... 44
Search backward .................. 26
Automatic memory levels
(preset radio stations) ........... 27
Radio: search backward ....... 26
Short press: select
autostore list .......................... 27
4
CD/MP3/WMA: skip track
backward ............................... 44
m (VOL) knob ........................ 13
Press: switch on/off .............. 13
Infotainment system ............. 13
5
Turn: adjust volume .............. 13
Search forward ...................... 26
Radio: search forward ........... 26
6
CD/MP3/WMA: skip track
forward .................................. 44
Radio station buttons 1...6 ... 27
Long press: save station ....... 27
Short press: select station .... 27
7
FAV (1/2/3) ............................ 28
12 INFO ....................................... 4
Radio: information on the
currently played station ......... 26
8
Lists of favourites (preset
radio stations) ....................... 28
AS (1/2) ................................. 27
9
Long press: save stations
automatically ......................... 27
TP ......................................... 35
Activate or deactivate
radio traffic service ................ 35
If Infotainment system is
switched off: display time
and date ................................ 35
10 CD ejection ........................... 44
11 CONFIG ................................ 22
Open settings menu .............. 22
CD/MP3/WMA:
information on the
currently inserted CD ............ 44
13 CD slot .................................. 44
14 Multifunction knob ................. 14
Turn: mark menu options
or set numeric values ........... 14
Press: select/activate the
marked option; confirm set
value; switch function on/off .. 14
15 BACK .................................... 14
Menu: one level back ............ 14
Input: delete last character
or entire entry ........................ 14
16 TONE .................................... 19
Tone settings ........................ 19
17 Phone / Mute ...................... 117
Open telephone main menu 128
Activate/deactivate mute ....... 13
Introduction
18 AUX ....................................... 48
Change to external audio
source ................................... 48
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CD 300
Introduction
Introduction
1
RADIO (BAND) ..................... 26
2
Activate radio or change
waveband .............................. 26
CD ......................................... 42
3
Start CD/MP3/WMA replay ... 44
Search backward .................. 26
Radio: search backward ....... 26
4
5
6
9
Radio station buttons 1...6 ... 27
14 INFO ....................................... 4
Long press: save station ....... 27
Radio: information on the
currently played station ......... 26
Short press: select station .... 27
FAV (1/2/3) ............................ 28
Lists of favourites (preset
radio stations) ....................... 28
10 AS (1/2) ................................. 27
CD/MP3/WMA: skip track
backward ............................... 44
MP3: folder level higher ........ 44
m (VOL) knob ........................ 13
Automatic memory levels
(preset radio stations) ........... 27
Press: switch on/off the
Infotainment system .............. 13
Long press: save stations
automatically ......................... 27
11 TP ......................................... 35
Turn: adjust volume .............. 13
Search forward ...................... 26
Radio: search forward ........... 26
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8
CD/MP3/WMA: skip track
forward .................................. 44
MP3: folder level lower .......... 44
11
Short press: select
autostore list .......................... 27
Activate or deactivate
radio traffic service ................ 35
If Infotainment system is
switched off: display time
and date ................................ 35
12 CD ejection ........................... 44
13 CONFIG ................................ 22
Open settings menu .............. 22
CD/MP3/WMA:
information on the
currently inserted CD ............ 44
15 CD slot .................................. 44
16 Multifunction knob ................. 14
Turn: mark menu options
or set numeric values ........... 14
Press: select/activate the
marked option; confirm set
value; switch function on/off .. 14
17 BACK .................................... 14
Menu: one level back ............ 14
Input: delete last character
or entire entry ........................ 14
18 TONE .................................... 19
Tone settings ........................ 19
19 Phone / Mute ...................... 117
Open telephone main menu 128
Activate/deactivate mute ....... 13
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Introduction
20 AUX ....................................... 48
Steering wheel audio controls
If radio is active: turn
upwards/downwards to
select next/previous
preset radio station ............... 26
Change to external audio
source ................................... 48
If CD player is active: turn
upwards/downwards to
select next/previous CD/
MP3/WMA track .................... 44
If Phone portal is active:
turn upwards/downwards
to select next/previous
entry in call list .................... 128
1
Short press: take phone call 117
or dial number in call list ..... 128
or activate speech
recognition (if available) ...... 102
Long press: show call list .... 128
2
or deactivate speech
recognition (if available) ...... 102
SRC (Source) ........................ 13
Press: select audio source .... 13
3
4
5
If Phone portal is active
and calls waiting: turn
upwards/downwards to
switch between calls ........... 128
Increase volume .................... 13
Reduce volume ..................... 13
Short press: end/decline
call ....................................... 128
or close call list .................... 128
or activate/deactivate mute ... 13
or deactivate speech
recognition (if available) ...... 102
Introduction
Usage
Control elements
The Infotainment system is operated
via function buttons, multifunctional
knobs and menus that are shown on
the display.
Inputs are made optionally via:
■ the central control unit in the
instrument panel 3 4
■ controls on the steering wheel 3 4
■ the speech recognition system (if
available) 3 102
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off
Press the X knob briefly. After
switching on, the last selected
Infotainment source is active.
Automatic switch-off
If the Infotainment system has been
switched on using the X knob when
the ignition was switched off, it will
switch off again automatically after
30 minutes.
Setting the volume
Turn the X knob. The current setting
is shown on the display.
When the Infotainment system is
switched on, the last selected volume
is set, provided that volume is lower
than the maximum start-up volume.
The following can be set separately:
■ the maximum start-up volume
3 22
■ the volume of the traffic
announcements 3 22
■ the volume of the navigation
messages (only Navi 600 /
Navi 900) 3 58
Speed compensated volume
When speed compensated volume is
activated 3 22 the volume is
adapted automatically to compensate
for the road and wind noise as you
drive.
Mute
Press the v/G button (if Phone portal
available: press for a few seconds) to
mute the audio sources.
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To cancel mute again: turn the X
knob or press the v/G button again
(if Phone portal available: press for a
few seconds).
Volume limitation at high
temperatures
At very high temperatures inside the
vehicle the Infotainment system limits
the maximum adjustable volume. If
necessary, the volume is decreased
automatically.
Modes of operation
Radio
Press the RADIO button to open the
radio main menu or to change
between the different wavebands.
Press the multifunction knob to open
a submenu with options for station
selection.
Detailed description of the radio
functions 3 26.
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Introduction
Audio players
Press the CD/AUX button to open the
CD, USB, iPod or AUX menus (if
available) or to swap between these
menus.
Press the multifunction knob to open
a submenu with options for track
selection.
Detailed description of:
■ CD player functions 3 44
■ AUX input functions 3 49
■ USB port functions 3 50
Navigation
(only Navi 600 / Navi 900)
Press the NAV button and then the
multifunction knob to open the
Navigation menu.
Detailed description of the navigation
system functions 3 58.
Phone
(if Phone portal is available)
Press the v/G button to open the
telephone menu.
Press the multifunction knob to open
a submenu with options for the input
or selection of numbers.
Detailed description of the mobile
phone portal functions 3 117.
Basic operation
Multifunction knob
The multifunction knob is the central
control element for the menus.
Turn the multifunction knob:
■ to mark a menu option
■ CD 300: to display a menu option
■ to set a numeric value
Press the multifunction knob
(Navi 600 / Navi 900: press the outer
ring):
■ to select or activate the marked
option
■ CD 300: to select or activate the
option displayed
■ to confirm a set value
■ to switch a system function on/off
BACK button
Press the BACK button briefly to:
■ exit a menu
■ return from a submenu to the next
higher menu level
■ delete the last character in a
character sequence
Press and hold the BACK button for a
few seconds to delete the entire entry.
Examples of menu operation
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Selecting an option
Introduction
Turn the multifunction knob to move
the cursor (= coloured background) to
the desired option.
Press the multifunction knob to select
the marked option.
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Setting a value
Switching a function on or off
Turn the multifunction knob to change
the current value of the setting.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the set value.
Turn the multifunction knob to mark
the function to be switched on or off.
Press the multifunction knob to switch
between the settings On and Off.
Submenus
An arrow on the right-hand edge of
the menu indicates that after
selection of the option a submenu
with further options will be opened.
Activating a setting
Turn the multifunction knob to mark
the desired setting.
Press the multifunction knob to
activate the setting.
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Introduction
Entering a character sequence
To enter character sequences, e.g.
telephone numbers or road names:
Turn the multifunction knob to select
the desired character.
The last character in the character
sequence can be deleted using the
BACK button. Pressing and holding
the BACK button deletes the entire
entry.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the selected character.
CD 400 / CD 400plus
Selecting an option
Turn the multifunction knob to move
the cursor (= coloured background) to
the desired option.
Press the multifunction knob to select
the marked option.
Submenus
An arrow on the right-hand edge of
the menu indicates that after
selection of the option a submenu
with further options will be opened.
Activating a setting
Turn the multifunction knob to mark
the desired setting.
Press the multifunction knob to
activate the setting.
Introduction
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Setting a value
Switching a function on or off
Entering a character sequence
Turn the multifunction knob to change
the current value of the setting.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the set value.
Turn the multifunction knob to mark
the function to be switched on or off.
Press the multifunction knob to switch
between the settings On and Off.
For the input of character sequences,
e.g. telephone numbers:
Turn the multifunction knob to select
the desired character.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the selected character.
Using the BACK button the last
character in the character sequence
can be deleted.
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Introduction
CD 300
Menu elements and symbols
The arrow pointing to the right (3)
indicates: the first submenu level is
active (two arrows = second submenu
level active).
The down arrow (4) indicates: further
options are available in the active
submenu.
Setting a value
Activating a setting
The up and down arrows (1) indicate:
the top menu level is active. Further
options are available in the active
menu.
Turn the multifunction knob to display
the other options in the active menu.
The angled arrow (2) indicates: a
submenu with further options is
available.
Press the multifunction knob to select
the option displayed and to open the
corresponding submenu.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the corresponding settings menu.
Turn the multifunction knob to change
the current value of the setting.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the set value.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the corresponding settings menu.
Turn the multifunction knob to display
the desired setting.
Press the multifunction knob to
activate the setting.
Introduction
Switching a function on or off
Entering a character sequence
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Tone settings
Navi 600 / Navi 900
In the tone settings menu the tone
characteristic can be set differently for
each radio waveband and each audio
player source.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the corresponding settings menu.
Turn the multifunction knob to mark
the setting On or Off.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the marked setting.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the relevant settings menu.
Turn the multifunction knob to change
the character at the current cursor
position.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the character displayed.
Using the BACK button the last
character in the character sequence
can be deleted.
Press the TONE button to open the
tone menu.
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Introduction
Setting bass, middle and treble
Select Bass, Middle or Treble.
Set the desired value for the option
selected.
Setting the volume distribution
between front - rear
Setting the volume distribution
between right - left
Select Fader.
Set the desired value.
Select Balance.
Set the desired value.
Setting an individual setting to “0”
or "Off"
Select the desired option and press
and hold the multifunction knob for a
few seconds.
Setting all settings to "0" or "Off"
Press and hold the TONE button for a
few seconds.
Introduction
Optimising the tone for the style of
music
Select Bass:, Midrange: or Treble:.
Set the desired value for the selected
option.
Setting the volume distribution
between front - rear
Press the TONE button to open the
tone menu.
Select EQ (Equalizer).
The displayed options offer optimised
bass, middle and treble presettings
for the relevant style of music.
Select the required option.
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
In the tone settings menu the tone
characteristics can be set differently
for each radio waveband and each
audio player source.
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Setting bass, middle and treble
Select Fader:.
Set the desired value.
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Introduction
Setting the volume distribution
between right - left
Optimizing the tone for the style of
music
Volume settings
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Maximum startup volume
Select Balance:.
Set the desired value.
Setting an individual setting to “0”
Select the desired option and press
and hold the multifunction knob for a
few seconds.
Setting all settings to "0" or "Off"
Press and hold the TONE button for a
few seconds.
Select EQ: (Equalizer).
The displayed options offer optimized
bass, middle and treble presettings
for the relevant style of music.
Select the desired option.
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings and then
Maximum startup volume.
Set the desired value.
Introduction
Speed dependent volume
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings and then Speed
dependent volume.
Speed dependent volume can be
deactivated or the degree of volume
adaptation can be selected in the
menu displayed.
Select the required option.
Volume of the traffic announcements
(TA)
The volume of the traffic
announcements can be increased or
reduced proportionately to the normal
audio volume.
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings, RDS options
and TA volume.
Set the desired value.
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CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
Maximum startup volume
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings and then
Maximum startup volume.
CD 300: select Audio settings and
then Start up volume.
Set the desired value.
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Introduction
Speed compensated volume
Volume of the traffic announcements
(TA)
The volume of the traffic
announcements can be increased or
reduced proportionate to the normal
audio volume.
Personalisation
(only CD 400plus)
Various Infotainment system settings
can be separately memorised for
each vehicle key (driver) of the car.
Memorised settings
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings and then Auto
volume control.
CD 300: select Audio settings and
then Auto volume control.
Speed compensated volume can be
deactivated or the degree of volume
adaptation can be selected in the
menu displayed.
Select the desired option.
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings, RDS options
and TA volume.
CD 300: select Audio settings, RDS
options and TA volume.
Set the desired value for the volume
increase or reduction.
By removing the vehicle key from the
ignition switch the following settings
are automatically saved for the key
being used:
■ last volume settings; one volume
level for all non-phone audio
sources (radio, CD player, AUX,
USB) and one for phone audio (if
phone portal available)
■ all radio station presets
■ all tone settings; each of these
settings are separately saved for
each of the following audio sources
(if available): AM, FM, DAB,
CD player, AUX, USB
■ last active audio source
■ last active radio station (separately
for each waveband)
■ last active display mode
Introduction
■ last position in Audio/MP3 CD
including track number and folder
■ state of shuffle songs setting
(CD player)
■ state of TP (Traffic Programme)
setting
■ cursor position for each menu on
the display
Activating/deactivating
personalization
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Vehicle settings and then
Comfort settings.
Set Personalization by driver to On or
Off.
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Radio
Radio
Usage .......................................... 26
Station search .............................. 26
Autostore lists .............................. 27
Favourite lists ............................... 28
Waveband menus ........................ 30
Radio data system (RDS) ............ 35
Digital audio broadcasting ........... 39
Usage
Station search
Control buttons
Automatic station search
The most important buttons for
control of the radio are as follows:
■ RADIO: Activate radio
■ s u: Station search
■ AS: Autostore lists
■ FAV: Favourite lists
■ 1...6: Preset buttons
■ TP: Radio traffic service 3 35
Activating the radio
Press the RADIO button to open the
radio main menu.
The station last played will be
received.
Selecting the waveband
Press the RADIO button once or
several times to select the desired
waveband.
The station last played in that
waveband will be received.
Briefly press the button s or u
to play the next station in the station
memory.
Manual station search
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Press and hold button s or u.
Release button when the required
frequency has almost been reached
on the frequency display.
A search is made for the next station
that can be received and it is played
automatically.
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
Press the button s or u for a few
seconds to start a search for the next
receivable station in the current
waveband.
When the required frequency has
been reached the station is played
automatically.
Radio
Note
Manual station search: If the radio
does not find a station, it switches
automatically to a more sensitive
search level. If it still does not find a
station, the frequency that was last
active is set again.
Note
FM waveband: when the RDS
function is activated, only RDS
stations 3 35 are searched for, and
when the radio traffic service (TP) is
activated, only traffic service
stations 3 35 are searched for.
Manual station tuning
FM waveband
Only Navi 600 / Navi 900: press the
multifunction knob to open the FM
menu and select Manual tuning FM.
Turn the multifunction knob and set
the optimal reception frequency on
the pop-up frequency display.
AM waveband
Turn the multifunction knob and set
the optimal reception frequency on
the pop-up frequency display.
DAB waveband
(not available for CD 300 / CD 400)
Press the multifunction knob to open
the DAB menu and select DAB
manual tuning.
Turn the multifunction knob and set
the required reception frequency on
the pop-up frequency display.
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Note
The currently received station is
highlighted.
CD 400 / CD 400plus:
Autostore lists
The stations that can be received best
in a waveband can be searched for
and stored automatically via the
autostore function.
Navi 600 / Navi 900:
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
Each waveband has 2 autostore lists
(AS 1, AS 2), in each of which
6 stations can be stored.
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Radio
Automatic station storing
Press and hold the AS button until an
autostore message is displayed. The
12 strongest stations in the current
waveband will be stored in the
2 autostore lists.
To abort the autostore procedure,
press the multifunction knob.
Storing stations manually
Stations can also be stored manually
in the autostore lists.
Set the station to be stored.
Briefly press the AS button to open an
autostore list or to switch to another
autostore list.
To store the station in a list position:
press the corresponding station
button 1...6 until a confirmation
message is displayed.
Note
Manually stored stations are
overwritten in an automatic station
storing process.
Retrieving a station
Briefly press the AS button to open an
autostore list or to switch to another
autostore list.
Briefly press one of the station
buttons 1...6, to open the station at
the corresponding list position.
Favourite lists
Stations of all wavebands can be
stored manually in the favourite lists.
Navi 600 / Navi 900
6 stations can be stored in each
favourite list. The number of available
favourite lists can be set (see below).
Note
The currently received station is
highlighted.
Storing a station
Set the station to be stored.
Briefly press the FAV button to open
a favourite list or to switch to another
favourite list.
To store the station in a list position:
press the corresponding station
button 1...6 until a confirmation
message is displayed.
Retrieving a station
Briefly press the FAV button to open
a favourite list or to switch to another
favourite list. Briefly press one of the
station buttons 1...6 to open the
station at the related list position.
Radio
Defining the number of available
favourite lists
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
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To store the station in a list position:
press the corresponding station
button 1...6 until a confirmation
message is displayed.
Retrieving a station
Briefly press the FAV button to open
a favourite list or to switch to another
favourite list.
Briefly press one of the station
buttons 1...6 to open the station at the
related list position.
Press CONFIG button.
Select Radio settings and then Radio
favourites.
Select the desired number of
available favourite lists.
6 stations can be stored in each
favourite list. The number of available
favourite lists can be set (see below).
CD 300: The number of available
favourite lists is not configurable.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
Storing a station
Set the station to be stored.
Briefly press the FAV button to open
a favourite list or to switch to another
favourite list.
Defining the number of available
favourite lists
(not CD 300)
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Radio
Press the CONFIG button.
Select Radio settings and then Radio
favourites.
Select the desired number of
available favourite lists.
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Waveband menus
Alternative facilities for station
selection are available via waveband
specific menus.
With the radio main menu active,
press the multifunction knob to open
the relevant waveband menu.
Note
The following FM specific displays
are shown as examples.
Select the required station.
Favourites list
Select Favourites list. All stations
saved in the favourites lists are
displayed.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
Manual tuning
Description see "Manual station
tuning" above.
Station lists
AM/FM waveband
Select AM station list or FM station
list.
All receivable AM/FM stations in the
current reception area are displayed.
DAB waveband
Radio
Turn the multifunction knob.
All receivable DAB stations 3 39 in
the current reception area are
displayed.
Note
If no station list has been created
beforehand, the Infotainment
system performs an automatic
station search.
Updating station lists
If the stations stored in a wavebandspecific station list can no longer be
received:
Select the corresponding command
to update a station list.
A station search is started. Once the
search is finished, the station
previously selected is played.
To cancel the station search: press
multifunction knob.
Note
If a waveband specific station list is
updated the corresponding category
list (if available) is also updated.
Select the required station.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
Important information on updating the
station lists
The dual tuner in the Infotainment
system continuously updates the
station lists in the background. This
ensures that, e.g., the station lists
always contain the stations that can
be received in the local area during a
long motorway journey. As the
automatic updating takes a certain
amount of time, not all stations that
can be received may be available at
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once in the station list at a sudden
change in reception area. In such
circumstances, the updating of the
station lists can be accelerated using
the corresponding command for
updating a station list.
Category lists
Numerous RDS stations 3 35
broadcast a PTY code, which
specifies the type of programme
transmitted (e.g. news). Some
stations also change the PTY code
depending on the content currently
being transmitted.
The Infotainment system stores these
stations, sorted by programme type,
in the corresponding category list.
To search for a programme type
determined by station: select the
waveband specific category list
option.
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Radio
The currently received DAB service
(programme) is interrupted when any
announcements of previously
activated categories are pending.
Activating announcement categories
Select DAB announcements in the
DAB menu.
A list of programme types available at
the moment is displayed.
Select desired programme type.
A list of stations is displayed that
transmit a programme of the selected
type.
Select the required station.
The category list is also updated
when the corresponding waveband
specific station list is updated.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
DAB announcements
Besides their music programmes
numerous DAB stations 3 39
broadcast various announcement
categories.
Activate the desired announcement
categories.
Several announcement categories
can be selected at the same time.
Note
DAB announcements can only be
received if the DAB waveband is
activated.
Radio
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
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All receivable DAB stations 3 39 in
the current reception area are
displayed.
Note
If no station list has been created
beforehand, the Infotainment
system performs an automatic
station search.
Select the required station.
Favourites list
Select Favourites list. All stations
saved in the favourites lists are
displayed.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
Station lists
AM/FM waveband
Select AM stations list or FM stations
list.
All receivable AM/FM stations in the
current reception area are displayed.
DAB waveband
(not available for CD 300 / CD 400)
Turn the multifunction knob.
Select the required station.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
Updating stations lists
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Radio
If the stations stored in a wavebandspecific station list can no longer be
received:
Select the corresponding command
to update a station list.
CD 400plus: The dual tuner of the
Infotainment system continuously
updates the FM stations list in the
background. No manual update is
required.
A station search is started. Once the
search is completed the station last
received will be played.
To abort the station search, press the
multifunction knob.
Note
If a waveband specific station list is
updated the corresponding category
list (if available) is also updated.
Category lists
Numerous RDS stations 3 35
broadcast a PTY code, which
specifies the type of programme
transmitted (e.g. news). Some
stations also change the PTY code
depending on the content currently
being transmitted.
The Infotainment system stores these
stations, sorted by programme type,
in the corresponding category list.
To search for a programme type
determined by station: select the
waveband specific category list
option.
Select the desired station.
CD 300: The next receivable station
of the selected type is searched for
and is played.
The category list is also updated
when the corresponding waveband
specific station list is updated.
A list of programme types available at
the moment is displayed.
Select the desired programme type.
A list of stations is displayed that
transmit a programme of the selected
type.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by i.
DAB announcements
Besides their music programmes
numerous DAB stations 3 39
broadcast various announcement
categories.
Radio
The currently received DAB service
(programme) is interrupted when any
announcements of previously
activated categories are pending.
Activating announcement categories
Select DAB announcements in the
DAB menu.
Activate the desired announcement
categories.
Several announcement categories
can be selected at the same time.
Note
DAB announcements can only be
received if the DAB waveband is
activated.
Radio data system (RDS)
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Navi 600 / Navi 900
RDS is a service of FM stations that
considerably facilitates the finding of
the desired station and its fault-free
reception.
Advantages of RDS
■ On the display the programme
name of the set station appears
instead of its frequency.
■ On station search the Infotainment
system tunes in to RDS stations
only.
■ The Infotainment system always
tunes into the best receivable
broadcasting frequency of the set
station by means of AF (Alternative
Frequency).
■ Depending on the station that is
received the Infotainment system
displays radio text that can contain,
for example, information about the
current programme.
Configuring RDS
To open the menu for the RDS
configuration:
Press the CONFIG button.
Select Radio settings and then RDS
options.
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Radio
If regionalization is switched on, only
alternative frequencies (AF) with the
same regional programmes are
selected.
If regionalization is switched off,
alternative frequencies of the stations
are selected without regard to
regional programmes.
Switching RDS on and off
Set RDS to On or Off.
Note
If RDS is switched off, it will be
automatically switched on again
when a radio station is changed (by
search function or preset button).
Switching regionalization on and off
(RDS must be activated for
regionalization.)
At certain times some RDS stations
broadcast regionally different
programmes on different frequencies.
Set Regional to On or Off.
RDS scrolling text
Some RDS stations use the lines for
indicating the name of the
programme to also indicate additional
information. During this process the
programme name is hidden.
To prevent additional information
being displayed:
Set RDS-text scroll freeze to On.
Radio text
If RDS and reception of an RDS
station are activated, information
about the programme that is currently
receivable and about the music track
being played at the moment are
displayed below the programme
name.
To show or hide the information:
Set Radio text to On or Off.
TA volume
The volume of the traffic
announcements (TA) can be preset
3 22.
Radio traffic service
(TP = Traffic Programme)
Radio traffic service stations are RDS
stations that broadcast traffic news.
Switching the radio traffic service on
and off
To switch the traffic announcement
standby facility of the Infotainment
system on and off:
Press the TP button.
■ If the radio traffic service is
switched on, [ ] is indicated on the
display in black (grey if radio traffic
service is switched off).
■ Only radio traffic service stations
are received.
■ If the current station is not a radio
traffic service station, a search is
started automatically for the next
radio traffic service station.
Radio
■ If a radio traffic service station has
been found, [TP] is indicated on the
display in black. If no radio traffic
service stations are found, TP is
displayed in grey.
■ Traffic announcements are played
at the preset TA volume 3 22.
■ If the radio traffic service is
switched on, CD/MP3 replay is
interrupted for the duration of the
traffic announcement.
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
With EON you can listen to radio
traffic announcements even if the
station you have set does not
broadcast its own radio traffic service.
If such a station is set, it is displayed
in black as for radio traffic service
stations TP.
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Select Radio settings and then RDS
options.
CD 300: Select Audio settings and
then RDS options.
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
Listening to traffic announcements
only
Switch on the radio traffic service and
completely turn down the volume of
the Infotainment system.
Blocking out traffic announcements
To block out a traffic announcement,
e.g. during CD/MP3 replay:
Press TP button or the multifunction
knob to confirm the cancel message
on the display.
The traffic announcement is aborted,
but the radio traffic service remains
switched on.
Configuring RDS
To open the menu for the RDS
configuration:
Press the CONFIG button.
TA volume
The volume of the traffic
announcements (TA) can be preset
3 22.
Switching RDS on and off
Set the option RDS to On or Off.
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Radio
Note
If RDS is switched off, it will be
automatically switched on again
when a radio station is changed (by
search function or preset button).
Traffic announcement (TA)
To switch the TA function on or off
permanently:
Set the option Traffic announcement
(TA) to On or Off.
Switching regionalization on and off
(RDS must be activated for
regionalization.)
At certain times some RDS stations
broadcast regionally different
programmes on different frequencies.
Set the option Regional (REG) to On
or Off.
If regionalization is switched on, only
alternative frequencies (AF) with the
same regional programmes are
selected.
If regionalization is switched off,
alternative frequencies of the stations
are selected without regard to
regional programmes.
RDS-scrolling text
Some RDS stations hide the
programme name in the display line
in order to display additional
information.
To prevent additional information
being displayed:
Set RDS-Text scroll freeze to On.
Radio text:
If RDS and reception of an RDS
station are activated, information
about the programme that is currently
receivable and about the music track
being played at the moment are
displayed below the programme
name.
To show or hide the information:
Set the option Radio text: to On or Off.
Radio traffic service
(TP = Traffic Programme)
Radio traffic service stations are RDS
stations that broadcast traffic news.
Switching the radio traffic service on
and off
To switch the traffic announcement
standby facility of the Infotainment
system on and off:
Press the TP button.
■ If the radio traffic service is
switched on, [ ] is displayed in the
radio main menu.
■ Only radio traffic service stations
are received.
■ If the current station is not a radio
traffic service station, a search is
started automatically for the next
radio traffic service station.
■ If a radio traffic service station has
been found, [TP] is displayed in the
radio main menu.
■ Traffic announcements are played
at the preset TA volume 3 22.
■ If the radio traffic service is
switched on, CD/MP3 replay is
interrupted for the duration of the
traffic announcement.
Radio
Listening to traffic announcements
only
Switch on the radio traffic service and
completely turn down the volume of
the Infotainment system.
Blocking out traffic announcements
To block out a traffic announcement,
e.g. during CD/MP3 replay:
Press TP button or the multifunction
knob to confirm the cancel message
on the display.
The traffic announcement is aborted,
but the radio traffic service remains
switched on.
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
With EON you can listen to radio
traffic announcements even if the
station you have set does not
broadcast its own radio traffic service.
If such a station is set, it is displayed
in black as for radio traffic service
stations TP.
Digital audio broadcasting
(not available for CD 300 / CD 400)
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB) is
an innovative and universal
broadcast system.
DAB stations are indicated by the
programme name instead of the
broadcasting frequency.
Navi 600 / Navi 900:
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CD 400plus:
General information
■ With DAB, several radio
programmes (services) can be
broadcast on a single frequency
(ensemble).
■ Besides high-quality digital audio
services, DAB is also able to
transmit programme-associated
data and a multitude of other data
services including travel and traffic
information.
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Radio
■ As long as a given DAB receiver
can pick up the signal sent out by a
broadcasting station (even if the
signal is very weak), sound
reproduction is ensured.
■ There is no fading (weakening of
the sound) that is typical of AM or
FM reception. The DAB signal is
reproduced at a constant volume.
■ Only CD 400plus: if the DAB signal
is too weak to be picked up by the
receiver, reception is interrupted
completely. This incident can be
avoided by activating Auto
ensemble linking and/or Auto
linking DAB-FM in the DAB settings
menu.
■ Interference caused by stations
that are on nearby frequencies (a
phenomenon that is typical of AM
and FM reception) does not occur
in connection with DAB.
■ If the DAB signal is reflected by
natural obstacles or buildings, the
reception quality of DAB is
improved, whereas AM or FM
reception is considerably impaired
in such cases.
Configuring DAB
Navi 600 / Navi 900
can be raised to a point where the
quiet sounds are audible, without
the loud sounds being too loud.
■ Frequency band: after selection of
this option the user can define
which DAB wavebands are to be
received by the Infotainment
system.
CD 400plus
Press the CONFIG button.
Select Radio settings and then DAB
settings.
The following options are available in
the configuration menu:
■ Dynamic audio adaption: with this
function activated, the dynamic
range of the DAB signal is reduced.
That means the level of the loud
sounds is reduced, but not the level
of the quiet sounds. Therefore the
volume of the Infotainment system
Press the CONFIG button.
Select Radio settings and then DAB
settings.
Radio
The following options are available in
the configuration menu:
■ Auto ensemble linking: with this
function activated, the device
switches over to the same service
(programme) on another DAB
ensemble (frequency, if available)
when the DAB signal is too weak to
be picked up by the receiver.
■ Auto linking DAB-FM: with this
function activated, the device
switches over to a corresponding
FM station of the active DAB
service (if available) when the DAB
signal is too weak to be picked up
by the receiver.
■ Dynamic audio adaption: with this
function activated, the dynamic
range of the DAB signal is reduced.
That means the level of the loud
sounds is reduced, but not the level
of the quiet sounds. Therefore the
volume of the Infotainment system
can be raised to a point where the
quiet sounds are audible, without
the loud sounds being too loud.
■ Frequency band: after selection of
this option it can be defined which
DAB wavebands are to be received
by the Infotainment system.
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CD Player
CD Player
General information
Navi 600 / Navi 900
General information ..................... 42
Usage .......................................... 44
The Infotainment system's CD player
can replay audio CDs and MP3/WMA
CDs.
Important information about audio
CDs and MP3/WMA CDs
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
■ Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with
the audio CD standard, may not
play correctly or not at all.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
are more vulnerable to mishandling
than prerecorded CDs. Correct
handling, especially in the case of
self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs,
must be ensured; see below.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
may not play correctly or not at all.
■ On mixed mode CDs (combinations
of audio and data, e.g. MP3), only
the audio tracks will be detected
and played.
■ Avoid leaving fingerprints when you
change CDs.
■ Put CDs back in their sleeves
immediately after removing them
from the audio player in order to
protect them from damage and dirt.
■ Dirt and liquids on CDs can smear
the lens of the audio player inside
the device and cause faults.
■ Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
■ The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on an MP3/WMA
CD:
CD Player
Maximum folder structure depth:
11 levels.
Maximum number of MP3/WMA
files that can be saved: 1000.
WMA files with Digital Rights
Management (DRM) from online
music shops cannot be played.
WMA files can only be played back
safely if they were created with
Windows Media Player version 8 or
later.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls
Playlist entries must be in the form
of relative paths.
■ This chapter deals only with playing
MP3 files since the operation for
MP3 and WMA files is identical.
When a CD with WMA files is
loaded MP3 related menus are
displayed.
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
The Infotainment system's CD player
can play audio CDs and MP3/WMA
CDs.
Important information about audio
CDs and MP3/WMA CDs
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
■ The following CD formats can be
used:
CD-ROM Mode 1 and Mode 2.
CD-ROM XA Mode 2, Form 1 and
Form 2.
■ The following file formats can be
used:
ISO9660 Level 1, Level 2, (Romeo,
Joliet).
MP3 and WMA files written in any
format other than listed above may
not play correctly, and their file
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names and folder names may not
be displayed correctly.
Note
ISO 13346 is not supported. It may
be required to manually select ISO
9660 when burning an audio CD as
example with Windows 7.
■ Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with
the audio CD standard, may not
play correctly or not at all.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
are more vulnerable to mishandling
than prerecorded CDs. Correct
handling, especially in the case of
self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs,
must be ensured. See below.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
may not play correctly or not at all.
In such cases it is not the
equipment that is at fault.
■ On mixed mode CDs (audio tracks
and compressed files, e.g. MP3,
are stored), the audio tracks part
and the compressed files part can
be played separately.
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CD Player
■ Avoid leaving fingerprints when you
change CDs.
■ Put CDs back in their sleeves
immediately after removing them
from the CD player in order to
protect them from damage and dirt.
■ Dirt and liquids on CDs can smear
the lens of the CD player inside the
device and cause faults.
■ Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
■ The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on an MP3/WMA
CD:
Number of tracks: max. 999.
Number of folders: max. 255.
Folder structure depth: max.
64 levels (recommended: max.
8 levels).
Number of playlists: max. 15.
Number of songs per playlist: max.
255.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls, .asx, .wpl.
■ This chapter deals only with playing
MP3 files since the operation for
MP3 and WMA files is identical.
When a CD with WMA files is
loaded MP3 related menus are
displayed.
Usage
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Starting CD replay
Push CD with the labelled side
upward into the CD slot until it is
pulled in.
CD replay starts automatically and
the Audio CD or Audio MP3 menu is
displayed.
If there is already a CD in the unit, but
the Audio CD or Audio MP3 menu is
not active:
Press CD/AUX button.
The Audio CD or Audio MP3 menu is
opened and CD replay is started.
Depending on the data stored on the
audio CD or MP3 CD differing
information about the CD and the
current music track will be shown on
the display.
Selecting a track
Turn the multifunction knob to display
a list of all tracks on the CD. The
currently played track is preselected.
Select the desired track.
CD Player
Skipping to the next track or previous
track
Briefly press button s or u once
or several times.
Selecting tracks using the audio CD
or MP3 menu
During audio CD replay
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During MP3 replay
Track search forward or backward
Briefly press button s or u and
then press and hold s or u
again until the desired track is
displayed.
Fast forward or rewind
Press and hold button s or u to
fast forward or rewind the current
track.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the audio CD related menu.
To play all tracks in random order: set
Shuffle songs (RDM) to On.
To select a track on the audio CD:
select Track list and then select the
desired track.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the MP3 related menu.
To play all tracks in random order: set
Shuffle songs (RDM) to On.
To select a track from a folder or
playlist (if available): select Folders or
Playlists.
Select a folder or playlist and then
select the desired track.
Select Search to open a menu with
additional options for track search
and selection.
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CD Player
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus
Depending on the amount of tracks
saved, the search process may take
several minutes.
Select a search option and then
select the desired track.
Removing a CD
Press d button.
The CD is pushed out of the CD slot.
If the CD is not removed after
ejection, it will be drawn back in again
automatically after a few seconds.
Inserting a CD
Insert a CD with the printed side
facing up into the CD slot until it is
drawn in.
Changing the standard page view
(only CD 300)
During audio CD or MP3 replay: press
the multifunction knob and then select
Default CD page view or Default MP3
page view.
Select the desired option.
Starting CD replay
Press the CD/AUX button to open the
CD or MP3 menu.
If there is a CD in the CD player, CD
replay is started.
Depending on the data stored on the
audio CD or MP3 CD differing
information about the CD and the
current music track will be shown on
the display.
Changing the folder level
(only CD 300, MP3 replay)
Press button g or e to change to a
higher or lower folder level.
Skipping to the next track or previous
track
Briefly press button s or u.
Fast forward or rewind
Press and hold button s or u to
fast forward or rewind the current
track.
CD Player
Selecting tracks using the audio CD
or MP3 menu
During audio CD replay
Press the multifunction knob to open
the audio CD related menu.
To play all tracks in random order: set
Shuffle songs to On.
To select a track on the audio CD:
select Tracks list and then select the
desired track.
During MP3 replay
Press the multifunction knob to open
the MP3 related menu.
To play all tracks in random order: set
Shuffle songs to On.
To select a track from a folder or
playlist (if available): select Playlists/
Folders.
Select a folder or playlist and then
select the desired track.
Note
If a CD contains both audio and MP3
data, the audio data can be selected
from Playlists/Folders.
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To open a menu with additional
options for track search and selection
(only CD 400plus): select Search.
What options are available depends
on the data saved on the MP3 CD.
The search process on the MP3 CD
may take several minutes. During this
time the station last played will be
received.
Removing a CD
Press the d button.
The CD is pushed out of the CD slot.
If the CD is not removed after
ejection, it will be drawn back in again
automatically after a few seconds.
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AUX input
AUX input
General information ..................... 48
Usage .......................................... 49
General information
In the centre console on a hinged
panel there is an AUX socket for the
connection of external audio sources.
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus:
Navi 600 / Navi 900:
It is possible, for example, to connect
a portable CD player with a 3.5 mm
jack plug to the AUX input.
AUX input
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
Usage
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate the AUX
mode.
Navi 600 / Navi 900:
An audio source that is connected to
the AUX input can be operated only
via the control elements of the audio
source.
CD 300 / CD 400 / CD 400plus:
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50
USB port
USB port
General information ..................... 50
Playing saved audio files ............. 52
General information
Navi 600 / Navi 900
In the centre console on a hinged
panel there is a USB socket for the
connection of external audio data
sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
An MP3 player, USB drive or an iPod
can be connected to the USB port.
Note
Not all MP3 player, USB drive and
iPod models are supported by the
Infotainment system.
USB port
Important information
MP3 player and USB drives
■ The MP3 players and USB drives
connected must comply with the
USB Mass Storage Class
specification (USB MSC).
■ Only MP3 players and USB drives
with a cluster size smaller or equal
to 64 kB in the FAT16/FAT32 file
system are supported.
■ Hard disk drives (HDD) and are not
supported.
■ USB hubs are not supported.
■ The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on an MP3 Player
or USB device:
Maximum folder structure depth:
11 levels.
Maximum number of MP3/WMA
files that can be saved: 1000.
WMA files with Digital Rights
Management (DRM) from online
music shops cannot be played.
WMA files can only be played back
safely if they were created with
Windows Media Player version 8 or
later.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls
Playlist entries must be in the form
of relative paths.
The system attribute for folders/
files that contain audio data must
not be set.
CD 400plus
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Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
Important information
The following devices can be
connected to the USB port:
■ iPod
■ Zune
■ PlaysForSure device (PFD)
■ USB drive
Note
Not all iPod, Zune, PFD or USB drive
models are supported by the
Infotainment system.
In the centre console there is a USB
socket for the connection of external
audio data sources.
Devices connected to the USB port
are operated via the controls and
menus of the Infotainment system.
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USB port
Playing saved audio files
iPod
iPod functions
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate the audio
iPod mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
iPod is started.
The operation of the iPod connected
via USB is mainly the same as for an
audio MP3/WMA CD 3 44.
On the following pages only the
aspects of operation that are
different/additional are described.
Depending on the data saved, there
are various options for the selection
and playing of tracks.
Press the multifunction knob and then
select Search to display the options
available.
The search process on the device
may take several seconds.
Navi 600 / Navi 900
MP3 player / USB drives
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate the audio
USB mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
USB device is started.
The operation of data sources
connected via USB is the same as for
an audio MP3/WMA CD 3 44.
USB port
CD 400plus
Operation and the screen displays
are described for USB drives only.
Operation of other devices like iPod
or Zune is mainly the same.
Selecting tracks using the USB menu
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate the USB
mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
USB device is started.
The operation of data sources
connected via USB is mainly the
same as for an audio MP3 CD 3 44.
On the following pages only the
aspects of operation that are
different/additional are described.
Press the multifunction knob to open
the USB related menu.
To play all tracks in succession:
select Play all.
To display a menu with various
additional options for track search
and selection: select Search.
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The search process on the USB
device may take several minutes.
During this time the station last played
will be received.
To play all tracks in random order: set
Shuffle songs (random) to On.
To repeat the currently played track:
set Repeat to On.
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Digital picture frame
Digital picture frame
General information ..................... 54
Usage .......................................... 54
General information
Using the digital picture frame
function (only Navi 600 / Navi 900)
you can view your favourite pictures
(or photos), one at a time, on the
display of the Infotainment system.
You can download your favourite
pictures from a USB drive connected
to the USB port 3 50 of the
Infotainment system.
Up to 10 pictures can be stored in the
Infotainment system's memory.
The pictures are shown on the display
in their original ratio (borders if
necessary are black) and orientation.
■ Only pictures in JPEG standard
format (file extensions, e.g., .jpg
or .jpeg) are supported.
Example: "F:\myPicture.jpg",
where "F:\" is the root directory of
the USB drive.
■ The maximum supported resolution
of a picture is 12 Mega pixel.
Pictures with higher resolutions are
down-scaled (resized) during
download.
Pictures with lower resolutions are
not up-scaled (not resized) during
download and centred in the middle
of the display.
Important information
Usage
■ The pictures you want to download
need to be stored in the root
directory (e.g., "F:\") of the USB
drive.
■ Only the first 100 pictures
(sequentially sorted as stored in the
root directory of the USB drive) will
be offered for download.
Downloading and/or removing
pictures
Connect a USB drive with your
favourite pictures (or photos) stored
on it to the USB port 3 50 of the
Infotainment system.
Digital picture frame
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Press the CONFIG button, select
Display settings, and then select
Picture frame. The menu shown
below is displayed.
Select Add / Remove pictures to open
the menu shown below.
The menu shows a list with the file
names of all pictures (note the
restrictions described in "Important
information" above) stored in the root
directory of the connected USB drive.
If pictures were already stored in the
Infotainment system's memory, that
"old" pictures are listed first on the
menu and indicated by MEM, see
image below.
If you want to have removed "old"
pictures, you need to deselect them
before downloading new pictures.
Select max. 10 pictures that you want
to be downloaded (added) to the
Infotainment system's memory or
stay stored in that memory.
Select Confirm to start the picture
download and/or removal.
A message is displayed that shows
how many pictures are going to be
downloaded and/or removed.
Select Continue if you want to start
the download and/or removal.
Displaying pictures
Pictures stored in the Infotainment
system's memory can be shown on
the display one at a time.
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Digital picture frame
Press the CONFIG button, select
Display settings, select Picture
frame, and then select Picture
selection. The menu shown below is
displayed.
Select the picture you want to be
shown on the display.
Press the INFO button several times
until the currently selected picture is
shown on the display.
To display a default Infotainment
menu again, press any button on the
Infotainment system.
As long as a picture stays selected in
the Picture selection menu, it can be
displayed at any time using the
INFO button.
Navigation
Navigation
General information ..................... 57
Usage .......................................... 58
Destination input .......................... 68
Guidance ..................................... 86
Dynamic guidance ....................... 95
Maps ............................................ 96
Symbols overview ........................ 98
General information
The navigation system will reliably
guide you to your destination without
the need to read maps, even if you
have no local knowledge whatsoever.
The current traffic situation is taken
into account in the route calculation if
dynamic route guidance is used. For
this purpose the Infotainment system
receives traffic announcements in the
current reception area via RDS-TMC.
The navigation system cannot,
however, take into account traffic
incidents, traffic regulations changed
at short notice and hazards or
problems that arise suddenly (e.g.
road works).
Caution
The usage of the navigation
system does not release the driver
from the responsibility for a
correct, vigilant attitude in road
traffic. The relevant traffic
regulations must always be
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followed. If a navigation instruction
contradicts traffic regulations, the
traffic regulations always apply.
Functioning of the navigation
system
The position and movement of the
vehicle are detected by the navigation
system using sensors. The travelled
distance is determined by the
vehicle’s speedometer signal, turning
movements on bends by a gyro
sensor. The position is determined by
the GPS satellites (Global Positioning
System).
By comparing the sensor signals with
the digital maps on the map SD card,
it is possible to determine the position
with an accuracy of approx. 10 m.
The system will also work with poor
GPS reception, however, the
accuracy of the determination of the
position will be reduced.
After the entry of the destination
address or point of interest (nearest
petrol station, hotel, etc.) the route is
calculated from the current location to
the destination selected.
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The route guidance is provided by
voice output and an arrow, as well as
with the aid of a multi-colour map
display.
TMC traffic information system
and dynamic route guidance
The TMC traffic information system
receives all current traffic information
from TMC radio stations. If dynamic
route guidance is active, this
information is included in the
calculation of the overall route. During
this process, the route is planned so
that traffic problems related to preselected criteria are avoided.
If there is a traffic problem during
active route guidance, depending on
the pre-settings, a message appears
as to whether the route should be
changed.
TMC traffic information is displayed in
the route guidance display as
symbols or as detailed text on the
TMC messages menu.
To be able to use TMC traffic
information, the system has to receive
TMC stations in the relevant region.
Dynamic route guidance only works if
traffic information is received via the
TMC traffic information system.
The dynamic route guidance function
can be deactivated in the Navigation
options menu, see chapter
"Guidance" 3 86.
Map data
All required map data is stored on an
SD card provided with the
Infotainment system.
Detailed descriptions on map SD card
handling and replacement, see
chapter "Maps" 3 96
Usage
Control elements
The most important navigationspecific control elements are the
following:
NAV button: activate navigation;
show current position (if route
guidance inactive); show calculated
route (if route guidance active); toggle
between full map display, arrow
display (if route guidance active) and
split screen display, see "Information
on the display".
DEST button: open menu with
options for destination entry.
Eight-way switch: move display
window in navigation map view; to
select the destination, press in the
required direction to position the
crosswires over a destination on the
map.
RPT button: repeat last route
guidance message.
Activating the navigation system
Press the NAV button.
The map of the current location is
shown on the display.
Route guidance messages
In addition to the visual instructions
on the display (see "Information on
the display" below), route guidance
messages will be announced when
route guidance is active.
Presetting the volume of route
guidance messages: see "Setting up
the navigation system" below.
Navigation
Adjusting the volume of route
guidance messages while they are
announced: turn the X knob.
Repeating the last announced route
guidance message: press the RPT
NAV button.
Information on the display
Route guidance not active
If route guidance is not active, the
following information is displayed:
■ In the top line: time, street name of
current position, exterior
temperature.
■ Address and geographic
coordinates of current position.
■ Map display of the area around the
current position.
■ On the map: current position
marked by a red triangle.
A compass symbol that indicates
the north direction.
If no GPS signal is available at the
current position, a crossed "GPS"
symbol is displayed below the
compass symbol.
The currently selected map scale
(change scale: turn multifunction
knob).
Note
To change to full map display: press
NAV button.
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Route guidance active
If route guidance is active, the
following information is displayed
(depending on the current Navigation
options settings, see chapter
"Guidance" 3 86):
Information in the top line
■
■
■
■
Time
Distance to the final destination
Arrival time or travel time
Exterior temperature
Information on the arrow display
■ A big arrow representing the
direction to follow.
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■ A small arrow representing the next
but one driving recommendation.
■ Distance to the next intersection.
■ Streets leading off the current
street to follow.
■ Below the arrow symbol: the name
of the current street to follow.
■ Above the arrow symbol: the name
of the street to follow after the next
intersection.
■ While driving on highways:
Distances to the next service areas,
parking areas, intersections and/or
exits on the highway.
■ When reaching a highway
intersection information regarding
lane guidance is displayed:
Information on the map display
If the option Highway lane
guidance is activated in the Display
route guidance menu (see chapter
"Guidance" 3 86) the following
type of illustration is displayed:
Driving direction and distance to
the next highway exit, which you
need to follow.
Navigation
On the right side of the display the
following information is shown:
■ A compass symbol that indicates
the north direction.
■ If no GPS signal (see chapter
"General information" 3 57) is
available at the current position: a
crossed "GPS" symbol is displayed
below the compass symbol.
■ The currently selected map scale
(change scale: turn multifunction
knob).
On the map the following information
is shown:
■ The route as a blue line.
■ The current position as a red
triangle.
■ The final destination as a
chequered flag.
■ Various symbols (see chapter
"Symbols overview" 3 98) that
indicate traffic information and
general information or points of
interest.
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Note
To change to full map display: press
NAV button twice.
Setting up the navigation
system
Press the CONFIG button and then
select Navigation settings to open a
menu with navigation-specific
settings.
Set the desired values for
Announcement and Background.
To test the current settings: select
Volume test.
Navigation volume
The relative volumes of the
navigation message
(Announcement) and the audio
source (Background) during a
navigation message can be preset.
TMC settings
Select Infotypes to open a submenu
with various options to define whether
and which traffic message infotypes
are to be displayed on the active route
guidance map.
When User defined is selected, the
infotypes that are to be displayed can
be defined.
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Sort criteria
Select whether traffic messages are
to be displayed in an order based on
distance or street name.
Warning messages when route
guidance is inactive
Decide whether the Infotainment
system should announce warning
messages even if no route guidance
is active.
Delete lists
Select whether all entries in the
Address book or in the Last
destinations are to be deleted.
Import individual POIs
Only applicable if a USB drive with
points of interest (POI) data stored on
it is connected to the USB port 3 50
of the Infotainment system.
Importing POI data from a USB drive,
see "Exporting and importing POI
data" below.
Delete all imported POIs
Only applicable if POI data were
imported to the Infotainment system,
see "Exporting and importing POI
data" below.
Select this menu item to remove all
imported POI data from the myPOIs
memory of the Infotainment system.
Note
It is not possible to directly remove
individual imported points of interest
from the myPOIs memory.
If you want to remove individual
imported POIs: import updated POI
data to the Infotainment system that
do not contain the address data of
the regarding POIs.
To remove all imported POIs of a
certain category: import an empty
POI data file of the regarding
category to the Infotainment system.
Export POIs
Exports all POI data stored in the
myPOIs memory of the Infotainment
system to a USB drive connected to
the USB port 3 50, see "Exporting and
importing POI data" below.
Delete Home address
Deletes the currently set home
address (displayed in the Enter
destination menu, see chapter
"Destination input" 3 68).
myPOIs announcement
(only Navi 900)
Using this menu option you can
activate and set up the myPOIs
announcer of the Infotainment
system.
If activated and correspondingly set
up, the myPOIs announcer will
automatically notify you via a
message on the display and a beep
when the vehicle approaches a point
Navigation
of interest stored in the myPOIs
memory, see "myPOIs announcer"
below.
Exporting and importing POI
data
Introductory explanations
Types of POI data
The Infotainment system provides the
following types of points of interest
data:
■ Predefined Points of Interest stored
on the map SD card and indicated
by icons on the map display.
You can store such predefined
POIs in the address book or as
individual POIs in the myPOIs
memory of the Infotainment
system, see below.
■ Favourite destination addresses
that were stored in the Address
book.
You can export these address book
data to a USB drive for later use,
e.g., in other cars.
■ Individual POIs: favourite
destination addresses that were
stored in the myPOIs memory.
You can export these individual
POI data to a USB drive for later
use, e.g., in other cars.
■ User defined POIs: favourite
destination addresses that you
defined via GPS coordinates
(taken, e.g., from a topographical
map) and that you entered into text
files.
You can store these user defined
POI data on a USB drive and later
import the data to the myPOIs
memory of the Infotainment
system, see below.
■ Imported POIs: favourite
destination addresses that were
previously stored on a USB drive
and then imported to the myPOIs
memory of the Infotainment
system.
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Advantages of POI export and import
The export and import of points of
interest data offer you, e.g., the
following advantages:
■ Define and store your favourite
destination addresses only once,
and later use these address data in
other cars.
See "Exporting and importing
individual POIs and address book
entries" below.
■ Define your favourite destination
addresses conveniently at home,
and later use them in your car.
See "Creating and importing user
defined POIs" below.
■ Clearly arrange a large amount of
destination addresses, e.g.,
favourite destination addresses of
other family members or
destination addresses for your next
journey or business trip in separate
submenus.
See "Organizing the POI data in
several subfolders" below.
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Exporting and importing individual
POIs and address book entries
Brief description:
1. Connect a USB drive to the USB
port of your car's Infotainment
system.
2. Store (export) your favourite
destination addresses on the USB
drive.
3. Connect the USB drive to the USB
port of a car equipped with a Navi
600 or Navi 900 system.
4. Download (import) the address
data to the car's Infotainment
system.
After the import, the addresses can
be selected as destinations for route
guidance.
Detailed descriptions see below.
Exporting POI data to a USB drive
Connect a USB drive to the USB port
of the Infotainment system, see
chapter "USB port" 3 50.
Press the CONFIG button, select
Navigation settings and then select
Export POIs.
The Export POIs menu is displayed.
For each exported POI category, e.g.
Restaurant or Private, you will find a
correspondingly named file in that
folder.
Examples:
F:\myPOIs\Restaurant_3.poi or
F:\myPOIs\Private_1.poi, where F:\ is
the root directory of the USB drive.
By default all individual POIs stored in
the myPOIs memory and all address
book entries will be exported.
If desired, deselect the address data
types that you do not want to be
exported.
Select Start export to store the
address data of the selected type(s)
on the connected USB drive.
The address data will be stored in a
folder named myPOIs that is located
in the root directory of the USB drive.
Note
If files with POI data of the same
category are already stored on the
USB drive in the myPOIs folder,
these old file versions will be
overwritten by equally named new
file versions.
The folder myPOIs and the files with
POI data should not be renamed or
moved into another folder on the
USB drive. Otherwise the
Infotainment system will not be able
to import the address data again.
Importing POI data from a USB drive
Connect a USB drive with POI data
stored on it (details see above) to the
USB port of the Infotainment system,
see chapter "USB port" 3 50.
Navigation
To start the import: press the
CONFIG button, select Navigation
settings, select Import individual
POIs and then select Continue.
All POI data stored on the USB drive
is imported to the myPOIs memory of
the Infotainment system.
After the import is finished, the
imported POIs are selectable as
destinations via the Enter
destination menu, see chapter
"Destination input" 3 68.
3. Store the text files with your POI
data on a USB drive.
4. Connect the USB drive to the USB
port of your car's Infotainment
system.
5. Download (import) the text files
with your POI data to the
Infotainment system.
After the import, the addresses can
be selected as destinations for route
guidance.
Detailed descriptions see below.
Creating and importing user defined
POIs
User defined points of interest need
to be defined via GPS coordinates
that can be taken, e.g., from a
topographical map.
The GPS coordinates and further
address data need to be entered into
text files, each file representing a POI
category.
Brief description:
1. Create the text files for the POI
data.
2. Enter the desired address data
into the text files.
Creating the text files for POI data
You can assign your favourite
destination addresses to 20 different
POI categories, with each POI
category assigned a number, see
"POI categories and assigned
numbers" below.
For each POI category you need to
create a separate text file.
The text files can be created, e.g., by
using a simple text editor software.
Note
The text editor must support the
UTF-8 character encoding for
Unicode.
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Each text file name need to consist of
the category name, a single
underscore, the category's number
and the file extension .poi.
Example file names:
■ Business_2.poi
■ Home & Living_8.poi
■ Culture_15.poi
Note
The length of the text file names is
limited to 32 characters.
POI categories and assigned
numbers:
(1) Private, (2) Business, (3)
Restaurant, (4) Hotel, (5)
Automotive, (6) Travel, (7) Cinema,
(8) Home & Living, (9) Shopping, (10)
Craft, (11) Sport, (12) Sight, (13)
Health care, (14) Leisure, (15)
Culture, (16) Nightlife, (17)
Communication, (18) News &
broking, (19) Government office, (20)
General.
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Entering POI data into the text files
The image below shows a sample
text file named Home & Living_8.poi
with some sample POI data:
The POI data need to be entered into
the text files in the following format:
Longitude coordinate, Latitude
coordinate, "Name of POI", "Any
additional information", "Phone
number (optional)"
Example: 7.0350000, 50.6318040,
"Michaels Home", "Bonn - Hellweg 6",
"02379234567", see image above.
The GPS coordinates need to be
expressed in decimal degrees.
The maximum length of the POI name
is 60 characters. The same applies to
the additional information string and
the phone number string.
The POI data of each destination
address need to be entered in a single
separate line, see image above.
Storing the text files on a USB drive
The text files with POI data need to be
stored in a folder named myPOIs that
is located in the root directory of the
USB drive.
Example: F:\myPOIs\Home &
Living_8.poi, where F:\ is the root
directory of the USB drive.
After importing the individual POI
data to the Infotainment system (see
import description further below), the
Imported POIs menu will show a list
of selectable POI categories like the
following:
Organizing the POI data in several
subfolders
Optionally you can organize the text
files in several, arbitrary named,
subfolders.
Examples: F:\myPOIs\AnnsPOIs or
F:\myPOIs\MyJourney, where F:\ is
the root directory of the USB drive.
After importing individual POI data
organized in that way to the
Infotainment system (see import
description further below), the
Imported POIs menu will show a list
of selectable submenus like the
following:
Navigation
After the import is finished, the
imported POIs are selectable as
destinations via the Enter
destination menu, see chapter
"Destination input" below.
myPOIs announcer
After selecting a submenu, the
related list of imported POI categories
will be displayed.
Importing the POI data to the
Infotainment system
Connect the USB drive with your
individual POI data to the USB port of
the Infotainment system, see chapter
"USB port" 3 50.
To start the import: press the
CONFIG button, select Navigation
settings, select Import individual
POIs and then select Continue.
All POI data stored on the USB drive
is imported to the myPOIs memory of
the Infotainment system.
(only Navi 900)
Via the myPOIs announcer you can
be notified via a message on the
display (see image below) and a beep
when the vehicle approaches a point
of interest (POI) stored in the myPOIs
memory of the Infotainment system.
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Detailed descriptions on POIs stored
in the myPOIs memory, see
"Exporting and importing POI data"
above and chapter "Destination input"
below.
If route guidance is active, you are
notified only when the vehicle
approaches a POI which is located
next to a road on the calculated route.
If route guidance is inactive, you are
notified when the vehicle approaches
a POI which is located next to the road
you are currently driving on.
Additionally you are notified when the
vehicle approaches a POI which is
located next to an adjacent road, and
if the system considers it very
probable that you will turn into that
road next.
Setting up the myPOIs announcer
Press the CONFIG button, select
Navigation settings and then select
myPOIs announcement.
A menu is displayed that shows the
POI categories currently stored in the
myPOIs memory.
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You can now determine, which of the
displayed POI categories should be
considered by the myPOIs announcer
for later notifications.
Select a POI category. The menu
shown below is displayed.
You can now determine in which
relative distance to POIs of the
selected category you want to be
notified when approaching them.
Select Announce POIs early if you
want to be notified already when the
vehicle is still relatively far away
(approx. 400 m) from the location of
the regarding POI.
Select Announce POIs late if you
want to be notified only when the
vehicle is already relatively close
(approx. 200 m) to the location of the
regarding POI.
After selecting the desired option, the
list of POI categories is displayed
again.
If you selected Announce POIs early
for a category, the regarding list entry
is now set to <On.
If you selected Announce POIs late
for a category, the regarding list entry
is now set to On>.
After selecting and setting up all
desired POI categories, select
Confirm to store the new myPOIs
announcer settings.
Destination input
Press the DEST button to open a
menu with various options for
entering or selecting a destination.
Navigation
■ Home: selection of the currently set
home address (if available).
Setting/changing the home
address, see "Setting the home
address" below.
After selecting the home address,
the Infotainment system
immediately calculates a route from
the current position to the home
address and then starts route
guidance.
■ Enter address: direct entry of a
destination address with country,
city, street and house number. See
"Entering an address directly"
below.
■ Address book: selection of a
destination address stored in the
address book. See "Selecting an
address from the address book"
below.
See also "Storing an address in the
address book or myPOIs memory"
and "Editing or deleting a stored
address" below.
■ Last destinations: selection from a
list of recently selected
destinations. See "Selecting a
previous destination" below.
■ myPOIs: selection of a destination
address stored in the myPOIs
memory. See "Selecting an
address stored in the myPOIs
memory" below.
See also "Storing an address in the
address book or myPOIs memory"
and "Editing or deleting a stored
address" below.
■ Points of Interest: selection of POIs
(addresses of, e.g., restaurants,
petrol stations, hospitals etc.)
stored on the map SD card of the
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Infotainment system. See
"Selecting a point of interest"
below.
■ Select from map: selection of a
destination from the map display
using the eight-way switch 3 4. See
"Selecting a destination from the
map" below.
■ Latitude / Longitude: selection of a
destination using geographic
coordinates. See "Selecting a
destination via geographic
coordinates" below.
Selecting a petrol station as
destination after a
Fuel level low alert
When the fuel level in the vehicle's
tank is low, an alert message is
displayed.
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Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Entering an address directly
Press the DEST button and then
select Enter address to open the
menu shown below.
To start a search for petrol stations
close to the vehicle's current position:
select Petrol stations.
After the search is finished, a list of all
found petrol stations is displayed.
Below the list detailed information on
the currently marked petrol station is
displayed: the approximate direction
to the petrol station, the address, the
distance and the available fuel types
(in addition to petrol and diesel).
Abbreviations used for fuel types:
CNG (Compressed natural gas),
LPG (Liquefied petroleum gas).
Starting route guidance to a petrol
station
Select the desired petrol station.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
To change/select the country: mark
the country input field (see image
above) and then press the
multifunction knob to open the
Countries menu.
Navigation
Select the desired country.
Entering an address using the speller
function
Mark the City: input field and then
press the multifunction knob to
activate the speller function.
Using the multifunction knob,
successively mark and accept the
letters for the desired city. During this
process the system will automatically
block letters that cannot occur next in
the city name.
The following symbols can be
selected in the bottom line:
⇧ : Lists with special letters are
displayed in the bottom line.
◀▶ : Previous/next letter is marked.
k : Delete last letter.
Aa : Upper, lower case.
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j : List function - once two letters
have been entered (in some cases
just one letter), all names available
with these letters are displayed. The
more letters are entered, the shorter
becomes the list.
OK : Complete entry or accept search
term.
By a long press on the BACK button
all letters entered are deleted at once
from the input line.
Repeat the process for the remaining
input fields (entering a house number
or junction is optional).
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After completing the address, select
OK.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
Selecting an address from the
address book
Press the DEST button and then
select Address book.
Select the desired address book
entry.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Selecting a previous destination
Press the DEST button and then
select Last destinations to open the
menu shown below.
A list of the most recently used
destination addresses is displayed.
Select the desired destination.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
Navigation
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
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Select the desired option. A menu
with various sorting options is
displayed.
Selecting an address stored in
the myPOIs memory
Press the DEST button and then
select myPOIs to open the menu
shown below.
Note
The option Imported POIs is only
selectable if points of interest
(address) data were downloaded
from a USB drive, see "Exporting
and importing POI data" in section
"Usage" above.
The sorting options determine in
which order the addresses of the
individual/imported points of interest
will be displayed later.
Select the desired sorting option.
A menu with the currently available
points of interest categories is
displayed.
Select the desired category.
A menu with a list of all available
points of interest of the selected
category (e.g. Restaurant) is
displayed.
Note
Points of interest which are far away
from the vehicle's current position
may not be displayed in the list.
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Selecting a point of interest
Press the DEST button and then
select Points of Interest.
A menu with various options for the
selection of points of interest (e.g.
restaurants, petrol stations, hospitals
etc.) is displayed.
Below the list detailed information on
the currently marked point of interest
is displayed: the approximate
direction to the point of interest, the
address and the distance.
Starting route guidance to a point of
interest
Select the desired point of interest.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Vicinity current position
Selection of points of interest close to
the vehicle's current position.
After selecting the option, a list of all
available points of interest categories
is displayed.
For example, you are looking for a
petrol station:
Select Automotive & Petrol Stations.
A menu is displayed that provides
options for further refinement of the
petrol station search.
After selecting Start search, a search
for all petrol stations in the area is
started. The search takes into
account all petrol stations that meet
the currently set filter criteria for
Brand or chain name and Fueltype
(changing the filter criteria, see
"Setting filters for search refinement"
below).
After the search is finished, a list of all
found petrol stations is displayed.
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After marking the desired fuel types:
select Start search with selected
filters or, for further refinement of the
search, select Continue with next
filter (petrol station brands/chains).
After starting a search, a list of all
petrol stations that meet the
previously selected filter criteria is
displayed.
Below the list detailed information on
the currently marked petrol station is
displayed: the approximate direction
to the petrol station, the address, the
distance and the available fuel types
(in addition to petrol and diesel).
Abbreviations used for fuel types:
CNG (Compressed natural gas),
LPG (Liquefied petroleum gas).
Setting filters for search refinement
After selecting Brand or chain name,
a list is displayed with all available
petrol station brands/chains in the
area.
The number of petrol stations can be
reduced by marking at least one
petrol station brand/chain.
After marking the desired brands/
chains: select Start search with
selected filters or, for further
refinement of the search, select
Continue with next filter (fuel types).
After selecting Fueltype, a list is
displayed with all fuel types available
(in addition to petrol and diesel) at
petrol stations in the area.
The number of petrol stations can be
reduced by marking at least one fuel
type.
Select the desired petrol station.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
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Along freeway
Selection of motorway related points
of interest (e.g. petrol stations or
service areas) along the route. Only
available when you are currently
driving on a motorway.
Selecting a point of interest: see
example above for „Vicinity current
position“.
Around destination
Selection of points of interest close to
the destination entered.
Selecting a point of interest: see
example above for „Vicinity current
position“.
Around other cities
Selection of points of interest around
any city.
After selecting the option, a country
list is displayed.
Select the desired country. A menu
for entering a city name is displayed.
Search by name
Selection of points of interest by
entering a name.
After selecting the option, a country
list is displayed.
Select the desired country. A menu
for name input is displayed.
Enter the desired city using the
speller function, see "Entering an
address using the speller function"
above.
Once the entry is specific enough, a
list with possible cities is displayed.
Sometimes it may be necessary to
select j to display the list.
Select the desired city. A menu
appears on which the points of
interest close to the selected city are
listed by category.
Selecting a point of interest: see
example above for „Vicinity current
position“.
Enter the name of the desired point of
interest using the speller function, see
"Entering an address using the
speller function" above.
Navigation
Once the entry is specific enough, a
list with possible points of interest is
displayed. Sometimes it may be
necessary to select j to display the
list.
Select the desired point of interest.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
Search by phone number
Selection of points of interest by
entering a telephone number.
After selecting the option, a country
list is displayed.
Select the desired country. A menu
for number input is displayed.
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Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
Enter the desired telephone number
using the speller function, see
"Entering an address using the
speller function" above.
Once the entry is specific enough a
list with possible telephone numbers
(each number representing a point of
interest) is displayed. Sometimes it
may be necessary to select j to
display the list.
Select the desired point of interest.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Selecting a destination from the
map
Press the DEST button then select
Select from map (alternatively: press
the NAV button twice then press the
eight-way switch on the multifunction
knob 3 4).
A menu with a map showing the area
around the current location is
displayed.
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Navigation
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
Note
The map scale can be changed by
turning the multifunction knob.
Using the eight-way switch on the
multifunction knob 3 4 position the
crosswire on a destination on the
map.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the selection.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Selecting a destination via
geographic coordinates
Press the DEST button then select
Latitude / Longitude.
A menu that allows the input of
geographic coordinates as
destination address is displayed.
Entering the Latitude coordinate
1. Select Latitude.
2. Turn the multifunction knob to
select N or S (north or south of the
equator).
3. Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the selection.
4. Turn the multifunction knob to
enter the desired degrees of
latitude.
5. Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the entry.
6. Enter the desired values for the
latitude minutes and seconds.
Navigation
Entering the Longitude coordinate
1. Select Longitude.
2. Turn the multifunction knob to
select W or E (west or east of the
prime meridian in Greenwich).
3. Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the entry.
4. Enter and confirm the desired
values for the longitude degrees,
minutes and seconds.
Select Apply to confirm the displayed
coordinates.
The Navigation menu is displayed.
Starting route guidance
Select Start navigation to start route
guidance to the displayed address.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 86.
Storing the address
Select Store if you want to store the
displayed address in the address
book or myPOIs memory.
The Store menu is displayed, see
"Storing an address in the address
book or myPOIs memory" below.
Storing an address in the
address book or myPOIs
memory
The Infotainment system provides
two separate memory areas where
you can store your favourite
destination addresses: the address
book and the myPOIs memory.
Before storing an address in one of
these memory areas, you need to
assign the address to a category:
■ If you want to store an address in
the address book, you need to
assign the address to the
categories Private or Business.
■ If you want to store an address in
the myPOIs memory, you can
choose from 18 categories (e.g.
Restaurant, Travel or Culture).
Storing an address in the address
book
Press the DEST button to open the
Enter destination menu, then select
an option for the input or selection of
a destination address (e.g. Enter
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address or Last destinations), see
regarding descriptions on address
input or selection above.
After entering or selecting the desired
destination address, the Navigation
menu is displayed.
Select Store.
The menu Store is displayed, with the
previously entered or selected
destination address as default name.
The default name can be changed
(see example in the image below)
using the speller function, see
"Entering an address using the
speller function" above.
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A telephone number can be entered
optionally.
The default category Private can be
changed to Business:
Select the displayed category to open
a menu with a list of all available
address categories.
Note
If you select another category than
Private or Business, the destination
address will be stored in the myPOIs
memory not in the address book.
Select Business.
The menu Store is displayed again.
Select OK to store the destination
address in the address book using the
displayed name and category.
A maximum of 100 destination
addresses can be stored in the
address book.
Storing an address in the myPOIs
memory
Storing a destination address in the
myPOIs memory functions the same
as described above for the address
book.
The only difference: select a category
different from Private or Business,
e.g. Restaurant, Automotive or
Shopping.
Note
If you select one of the categories
Private or Business, the destination
address will be stored in the address
book not in the myPOIs memory.
Editing or deleting a stored
address
Address data (including the category
and telephone number) stored in the
address book or myPOIs memory can
be edited or entirely deleted at any
time.
Editing or deleting an address book
entry
Press the DEST button, select
Address book, select the desired
address entry then select Edit.
The Edit menu is displayed.
Navigation
The following options are available:
■ Address: opens the Enter address
menu. You can edit the displayed
address using the speller function,
see "Entering an address using the
speller function" above.
After confirming the edited address,
the Navigation menu is displayed
again.
If you want to edit also the name or
change the category, you need to
select the regarding address in the
address book again, see above.
■ Name & Number: after selecting
this option, you can edit the name
of the address book entry, edit the
telephone number or select a new
category, see "Storing an address
in the address book" above.
■ Delete: deletes the displayed
address from the address book.
■ Add name (only Navi 900): assigns
a name (voice tag) to the displayed
address. The regarding address
can be selected later as destination
by simply saying the assigned
name, see chapter "Speech
recognition".
■ Set as Home: sets the displayed
address as home address, see
"Setting the home address" below.
Editing or deleting a myPOIs entry
Press the DEST button then select
myPOIs to open the menu shown
below.
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Editing or deleting Individual POIs
Select Individual POIs, select the
desired sorting option (e.g. Vicinity
current position), select the desired
category (e.g. Restaurant), select the
desired address then select Edit.
The Edit menu is displayed.
Editing or deleting the displayed
myPOIs entry functions the same as
described for an address book entry,
see above.
Notes on Imported POIs
Imported points of interest (POIs
downloaded from a USB drive)
cannot be edited directly.
If you want to edit the address data of
an imported POI:
■ You first need to store the address
in the address book or as an
individual point of interest. Then
you can edit the address data of the
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regarding address book entry or
myPOIs entry (selectable via
Individual POIs).
■ Or you can import updated address
data from a USB drive, see
"Exporting and importing POI data"
in chapter "Usage" above.
It is also not possible to directly
remove the address data of individual
imported points of interest from the
myPOIs memory.
If you want to remove individual
imported POIs:
Import updated POI data to the
Infotainment system that do not
contain the address data of the POIs
which you want to be removed.
To remove all imported POIs of a
certain category: import an empty POI
data file of the regarding category.
Descriptions on importing POI data,
see "Exporting and importing POI
data" in chapter "Usage" above.
Deleting all imported POIs at once:
Press the CONFIG button, select
Navigation settings then select
Delete all imported POIs.
Setting the home address
Before you can set an address as
home address, you need to store this
address in the address book or
myPOIs memory, see corresponding
descriptions above.
Setting an address book entry as
home address
Press the DEST button, select
Address book, select the desired
address entry, select Edit then select
Set as Home.
The displayed address is set as new
home address and displayed as first
option in the Enter destination menu.
Setting a myPOIs entry as home
address
Press the DEST button then select
myPOIs to open the menu shown
below.
Setting an individual POI as home
address
Select Individual POIs, select the
desired sorting option (e.g. Vicinity
current position), select the desired
category (e.g. Restaurant), select the
desired address, select Edit then
select Set as Home.
The displayed address is set as new
home address and displayed as first
option in the Enter destination menu.
Notes on Imported POIs
Imported points of interest (POIs
downloaded from a USB drive)
cannot be set as home address
directly.
Navigation
If you want to set the address of an
imported POI as home address:
You first need to store the address in
the address book or as an individual
point of interest.
Then you can set the address data of
the regarding address book entry or
myPOIs entry (selectable via
Individual POIs) as home address.
Various options for the selection of
points of interest based on travel
guide criteria (e.g. accommodation,
sights, leisure etc.) are displayed.
Selecting a point of interest based on
travel guide criteria: see the
corresponding descriptions in
"Selecting a point of interest".
Travel guide
(only Navi 900)
A tour makes it possible to enter a
series of destinations for driving to
one after the other. This function is
suitable for regular, repetitive tours so
that it is not necessary to re-enter
individual destinations. Tours are
saved using a name. A maximum of
ten tours with 9 intermediate
destinations can be saved. An
existing tour can be changed by
modifying the order of the
destinations or by adding or deleting
destinations.
(only Navi 900)
Press the DEST button then select
Travel guide.
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Adding a tour
Tours
After selecting New tour, enter a
name for the tour using the speller
function 3 68.
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Adding intermediate destinations to
the tour
Accept the entered name using OK.
The name is displayed on the Tours
menu.
Select the new tour then Add new
waypoint.
In the submenu Add waypoint the
following options for selecting/
entering intermediate destinations
are displayed:
■ Enter waypoint (address entry)
■ Address book
■ Last destinations
■ Select from map
■ Points of Interest
Select an option for destination input
then select/enter the desired
intermediate destination 3 68.
A menu is displayed that shows the
address data of the selected/entered
intermediate destination.
After selecting Add a list with all
previously added intermediate
destinations is displayed.
Navigation
Starting a tour
By default new waypoints are added
at the end of the list. If another
position is desired turn the
multifunction knob to select another
insertion point.
Repeat the described procedure to
add further intermediate destinations.
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To start route guidance: select Start
tour. All predefined intermediate
destinations are taken into account
for route calculation.
If you want to skip predefined
intermediate destinations on the tour
and start direct route guidance to a
certain destination: select Start tour
from. A list with all predefined
intermediate destinations is
displayed.
Select a tour in the Tours menu. The
Navigation menu is displayed.
Select the desired next destination. A
route is calculated that leads directly
to the selected intermediate
destination.
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Editing a tour
Select a tour in the Tours menu then
select Edit tour to display a submenu
with the following options:
To insert the cut out destination at the
end of the list: press the multifunction
knob again.
To insert the cut out destination
before another destination: mark this
destination then press the
multifunction knob.
Delete waypoints
Displays a list with all intermediate
destinations on the selected tour.
Mark the desired intermediate
destination then press the
multifunction knob.
Show tour
Displays a list with all intermediate
destinations on the selected tour.
Move waypoints
Displays a list with all intermediate
destinations on the selected tour.
Mark the intermediate destination to
be moved.
Press the multifunction knob to cut
out the marked destination.
Guidance
Press the NAVI button and then the
multifunction knob to display the
navigation main menu.
Depending on whether the route
guidance is currently inactive or
active, different menu options are
available.
Functions with route guidance
inactive
Confirm the displayed message.
Delete tour
Deletes the currently selected tour
entirely.
To execute deletion confirm the
displayed message.
Edit name
The name of the currently selected
tour can be edited using the speller
function 3 68.
Start navigation
After selecting Start navigation the
menu shown below is displayed.
Navigation
■ Edit: change/edit the displayed
address, see "Editing or deleting a
stored address" in chapter
"Destination input" above.
■ Route criteria: set/change criteria
for route calculation, see
"Navigation options" below.
The following options are available:
■ Start navigation: start route
guidance to the displayed address.
■ Show on map: show the location of
the displayed address on the map.
■ Call: if the address data includes a
telephone number and a Phone
portal is available, the telephone
number will be dialled.
■ Store: store the displayed address
in the address book or myPOIs
memory, see "Storing an address in
the address book or myPOIs
memory" in chapter "Destination
input" above.
TMC messages
Information on TMC, see chapter
"Dynamic guidance" 3 57.
Select TMC messages to display a list
of all TMC traffic messages that are
currently received.
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Select a TMC traffic message to
display detailed information on the
related traffic issue.
Navigation options
The corresponding menu provides
options and a multitude of relating
submenus for route guidance
configuration.
Logbook
(only Navi 900)
The logbook feature allows you to
record each trip done with the vehicle.
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Note
The logbook function of the
Infotainment system meets no
official legal requirements.
In case the logbook feature is
currently activated (see "Logbook
settings" below):
When you switch on the ignition the
first time after inserting the ignition
key, you are prompted by a message
to determine the type of the upcoming
trip:
For each trip the following data will
automatically be recorded:
■ A unique serial number for the trip
(for unambiguous labelling of trips).
■ Start and destination position
(geographic coordinates).
■ Start and arrival time.
■ Start and destination odometer
reading.
■ The determined type of the trip.
■ An optional descriptive text (see
"Logbook settings" below).
Start of a trip: is determined by
inserting the ignition key and then
switching on the ignition.
End of a trip: is determined by
removing the ignition key (not by only
switching off the ignition). As long as
the ignition key is not removed, the
system continues to record the
current trip.
Data storage/export: the recorded
trip/logbook data will be stored in the
Infotainment system's memory.
These data can be exported later at
any time to a USB drive connected to
the USB port 3 50 of the Infotainment
system.
Logbook settings:
■ Logbook: activates/deactivates the
logbook feature.
■ Private / Business trip: determines
the type of an upcoming trip.
The selected type can be changed
when starting a trip (see image of
logbook message above), or at any
time during a trip via this menu.
In the logbook data a private trip is
indicated by a "0", a business trip by
Navigation
a "1", see "Sample logbook data"
below.
■ Set filename: using the speller
function (see chapter "Destination
input") you can enter a base
filename (max. 15 characters) for
storing the logbook data on a USB
drive.
The system will add "Logbook" in
the beginning and the current date
and time at the end of the base
filename,
e.g., "Logbook_myTrips_2011.09.2
3_09.45.txt".
■ Set description: using the speller
function, you can enter an optional
descriptive text (max. 80
characters) that will be added to the
logbook data of a trip, see "Sample
logbook data" below.
The description will be added to the
logbook data of each upcoming trip
as long as the description is not
changed.
If you enter/change a description
during a trip, the description will be
added to the logbook data of the
current trip.
■ Export logbook: exports all
recorded trip data currently stored
in the Infotainment system's
memory to a USB drive connected
to the USB port 3 50 of the
Infotainment system.
The data will be stored in a simple
text file in the root directory of the
USB drive.
Example: "F:
\Logbook_myTrips_2011.09.23_09
.45.txt"
■ Erase logbook: erases all recorded
trip data from the Infotainment
system's memory.
Sample logbook data:
The following sample data represent
a single recorded trip. The data is
stored in the exported text file in a
single line. The individual data items
are separated by semicolons:
0000000023; N 52° 07' 01"; E 009°
53' 31"; 22.09.2011; 13:53; 013550; N
52° 07' 00"; E 009° 53' 00";
22.09.2011; 14:47; 013580; 1; "My
trip to XY Company (Project 77)"
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Description of the individual data
items:
■ 0000000023 = serial number
■ N 52° 07' 01"; E 009° 53' 31" = start
position in geographic coordinates
(Latitude; Longitude)
■ 22.09.2011; 13:53 = start date; time
■ 013550 = odometer reading at start
position
■ N 52° 07' 00"; E 009° 53' 00" =
destination coordinates
■ 22.09.2011; 14:47 = arrival date;
time
■ 013580 = odometer reading at
destination
■ 1 = business trip
■ "My trip to ..." = optional descriptive
text.
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Route criteria
The calculation of the route can be
controlled by various criteria.
Select one of the following criteria:
■ Fastest
■ Shortest
■ Economic: an energy-optimized
route is calculated, taking into
account the vehicle-specific
parameters that are currently set in
the Vehicle parameters menu, see
below.
Select Vehicle parameters to open a
menu for the selection of vehiclespecific parameters.
The selected settings will be taken
into account for route calculation, if
Economic is currently selected, see
above.
After setting the desired vehicle
parameters, press the BACK button
to leave the menu.
Select Dynamic guidance to open a
menu for the configuration of dynamic
route guidance.
Information on dynamic route
guidance, see chapter "Dynamic
guidance" 3 95.
Select Dynamic guidance to activate/
deactivate dynamic route guidance.
If dynamic route guidance is
activated:
Select Automatic recalculation if you
want the route be recalculated
automatically when there are traffic
problems.
Select Recalculation after
confirmation if you want the route be
recalculated only after confirming the
corresponding message.
Select Apply settings to activate the
displayed settings and to leave the
menu.
Navigation
If desired select one or several of the
following options in the Route
criteria menu:
■ Avoid freeways
■ Avoid toll roads
■ Avoid tunnels
■ Avoid ferries
■ Consider time restricted roads
Display route guidance
The following options are available for
the display of route guidance:
Using the Highway lane guidance
option, you can determine which type
of illustration should be displayed
when reaching a highway
intersection.
If Highway lane guidance is
deactivated the following type of
illustration will be displayed:
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If Highway lane guidance is activated
the following type of illustration will be
displayed:
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Using the Popup information option,
you can select whether route
guidance information from the
navigation should be displayed in
popup windows in other operating
modes (e.g. radio). The information is
hidden after a set time or by pressing
the BACK button.
Select Apply settings to activate the
displayed settings and to return to the
Navigation options menu.
Map options
Select Map options and then Map
mode to display the following
submenu:
Select between map orientation
(North up/Head up) and dimension
(2D/3D) on the map display (3D only
available for Navi 900).
Select Map options and then Show
POIs on map to open a submenu with
various options to define whether and
which points of interest should be
displayed on the map.
When User defined is selected the
type of points of interest can be
defined that should be displayed,
e.g. restaurant, hotel, public places,
etc.
Display of arrival time or driving time
After selecting the option Indication
estimated driving time or Indication
estimated arrival time in the menu
Navigation options, the
corresponding time is shown in the
top line on the route guidance screen.
Current position information
The following information on the
current position is displayed:
■ City
■ Street name
■ Latitude
■ Longitude
■ Map display
The current position can be copied to
the address book or myPOIs memory
using Store, see "Storing an address
in the address book or myPOIs
memory" in chapter "Destination
input" above.
Destination information
Displayed information: same as on
the display for Current position.
Navigation
Functions for active route
guidance
Stop navigation
After selecting Stop navigation, the
route guidance is deactivated and the
menu options for route guidance
inactive are displayed, see
"Functions with route guidance
inactive" above.
TMC messages
Information on TMC, see chapter
"Dynamic guidance" 3 57.
After selecting TMC messages the
Filtering menu is displayed.
Select whether All traffic messages or
only Traffic messages along route
should be displayed in the TMC
messages list, see below.
Navigation options
Description, see "Functions with
route guidance inactive" above.
Route information
The following information can be
accessed on the Route information
menu:
■ Route list
■ Current position information
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■ Destination information
■ Overview current route
Route list
All streets on the calculated route are
listed with the related distances.
Route list items marked with a "+"
symbol can be expanded by selecting
the related list item. After selection,
further details on the related list item
are displayed.
Current position information
Description, see "Functions with
route guidance inactive" above.
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Navigation
Destination information
Description, see "Functions with
route guidance inactive" above.
Overview current route
The following information on the
current route is displayed:
■
■
■
■
■
Position
Destination
Arrival time
Distance
Map display
Route blocking
The following options are available to
manually exclude certain areas/route
sections from the route guidance:
Route list
In the list of street names on the
currently calculated route, streets can
be excluded from the route guidance.
To exclude a street from the route
guidance:
Mark the regarding street name and
press the multifunction knob. The
street name is displayed crossed-out.
If desired, exclude further streets from
the route guidance.
Select Apply settings and confirm the
displayed message.
The route is re-calculated, taking into
account the excluded streets.
Navigation
By distance
By setting a distance the section of
route from the current position to the
set distance can be excluded from the
route guidance.
Remove all route blockages
After selecting this option, all areas/
route sections previously selected as
to be excluded from the route
guidance will be taken into account
again for route guidance.
Dynamic guidance
Set the desired distance, press the
multifunction knob and then confirm
the displayed message.
The route is re-calculated taking into
account the excluded route section.
Note
The route blocking entered remains
active until a new route calculation is
performed.
If dynamic route guidance is active,
the entire current traffic situation that
the Infotainment system receives via
TMC is included in the calculation of
the route. The route is suggested
taking into account all traffic problems
or restrictions as per pre-set criteria
(e.g. „shortest route“, „avoid
freeways“ etc.).
In the case of a traffic problem (e.g.
traffic jam, closed road) on the route
driven, a message is displayed and a
voice message output indicating the
nature of the problem. The driver can
decide whether to drive around the
traffic problem taking the suggested
change to the route or to carry on
through the traffic problem.
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Nearby traffic problems are also
reported if route guidance is not
active.
If route guidance is active, the system
continuously checks, based on the
traffic information, whether it would
be better to recalculate the route or
take an alternative route taking into
account the current traffic situation.
The activation and deactivation of
dynamic route guidance, as well as
criteria for the calculation of the route
and other settings for navigation, are
made in the Navigation options menu
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Navigation
Dynamic route guidance only works if
traffic information is received via the
RDS-TMC traffic information system.
The possible delay due to a traffic
problem calculated by the
Infotainment system is based on data
that the system receives via the RDSTMC station currently set. The actual
delay may be different to that
calculated.
Maps
All map data required for use of the
navigation system is stored on an SD
card provided with the Infotainment
system.
Map SD card
The SD card reader of the
Infotainment system can only read
the SD card provided specifically for
use with the vehicle's navigation
system. The SD card reader cannot
read any other SD cards.
Due to production date of the map
data on the SD card, some new roads
may not be included, or some names
and roads may differ from those in
use at the time the map data was
produced.
To order additional SD cards or an
update of the map data, contact a
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
Replacing a map SD card, see below .
Important information on SD card
handling
Caution
Never attempt to use an SD card
that has been cracked, deformed
or repaired using adhesive tape.
Doing so may damage the
equipment.
■ Handle the SD card with care.
Never touch the metal contacts.
■ Do not use any conventional
cleaner, benzine, thinner, or
antistatic spray.
■ If you need to clean the SD card,
use a soft cloth.
■ Do not bend the SD card. Do not
use any SD card that is bent or
cracked.
■ Do not put any sticker or write
anything on either surface.
■ Do not store the SD card in
locations exposed to direct
sunlight, or in high temperatures or
humidity.
■ Always place the SD card in its
storage case, when not in use.
Replacing a map SD card
The SD card slot is located in the
centre console on a hinged panel.
Navigation
Fold down the panel.
Inserting the SD card
Removing the SD card
Press on the inserted SD card to
unlock it, and then carefully pull the
SD card out of the SD card slot.
Push the SD card with the cut-out
edge on the right side (see image
above) carefully into the SD card slot
until the card engages.
Note
The SD card and SD card slot must
always be kept clean and dry.
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Navigation
Symbols overview
Navigation
No.
Explanation
No.
Explanation
1
Current position
18
Closed list
2
Destination
19
Shopping centre
3
not available
20
Toll road
4
not available
21
Tourist information
5
not available
22
Sight
6
Fog
23
Sport & leisure
7
Road works
24
Going out
8
Slippery road
25
Museum
9
Smog
26
Car rental
10
Snow
27
Travel information
11
Storm
28
Leisure activity
12
Caution/warning
29
Provision of services
13
Closed road
30
Cash machine
14
Dense traffic
31
Bus station
15
Traffic jam
32
Camp site
16
Narrow lanes
17
Open list
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100
Navigation
Navigation
No.
Explanation
No.
Explanation
33
Chemist
50
Petrol station
34
Cinema
51
Service area
35
Airport
52
Restaurant
36
Amusement park
53
WC
37
City
54
Historical monument
38
Bank
55
Hospital
39
Traffic message
56
Emergency
40
Ferry
57
Police
41
Border
58
Harbour
42
Tunnel
59
Mountain pass
43
Kiosk
60
Public place
44
Grocery
61
Related to the car
45
Hotel/motel
62
Garage
46
Motorway exit
63
Cemetery
47
Car park
48
Park & ride
49
Multi-storey car park
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Speech recognition
Speech recognition
General information ................... 102
Navigation control ...................... 103
Phone control ............................ 112
General information
The speech recognition of the
Infotainment system enables you to
operate various functions of the
navigation system (only Navi 900;
inclusive audio system features) and
the phone portal via voice input. It
recognises commands and numeric
sequences independently of the
relevant speaker. The commands
and numeric sequences can be
spoken without a voice pause
between the individual words.
You can save destination addresses,
radio stations and telephone numbers
assigning a name of your choice
(voice tag). Using these names, you
can later set the destination address
for an upcoming trip, select a radio
station or set up a telephone
connection.
In the event of incorrect operation or
commands the speech recognition
gives you visual and/or acoustic
feedback and requests you to reenter the desired command. Apart
from this, the speech recognition
acknowledges important commands
and will enquire if necessary.
To ensure that conversations inside
the vehicle do not lead to
unintentional triggering of system
functions, the speech recognition
does not start until it has been
activated.
Important notes on language
support
■ Not all languages available for the
display of the Infotainment system
are also available for the speech
recognition.
■ Not all languages available for the
speech recognition of the phone
portal are also available for the
speech recognition of the
navigation system (inclusive audio
system features).
■ Speech recognition of the phone
portal: if the currently selected
language for the display is not
supported by the speech
recognition, you need to enter the
voice commands in English.
Speech recognition
To be able to enter voice
commands in English, you first
need to activate the phone main
menu by pressing the v/G button
on the Infotainment system, and
then activate the speech
recognition of the phone portal by
pressing the button w on the
steering wheel.
■ Speech recognition of the
navigation system: if the currently
selected language for the display is
not supported by the speech
recognition, speech recognition will
not be available.
In such a case you need to select
another language for the display if
you want to control the Infotainment
system via voice commands:
Press the CONFIG button, select
the Languages menu item and then
select, e.g, English.
As the English language is one of
the languages supported by the
speech recognition of the
navigation system, speech
recognition will then be available.
Note
If you change the language shown
on the Infotainment system's
display, all names currently
assigned to preset stations and/or
destination addresses will be
deleted.
Navigation control
General information
The speech recognition of the
navigation system (only Navi 900;
inclusive audio system features) only
works if a map SD card with speech
recognition data is inserted 3 96.
Navigation-related voice commands
are not available until the initial
disclaimer message has been
confirmed.
Activating speech recognition
Press the button w on the steering
wheel.
The audio system mutes, a voice
output message prompts you to say a
command, and a help menu with the
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most important commands currently
available is shown on the display, see
"Help menus" further below.
As soon as the speech recognition is
ready for voice input, a beep is heard
and the red coloured symbol in the
upper right corner of the help menu
changes to grey colour.
You can now say a voice command to
directly initiate a system function (like
playing a preset radio station), or to
start a dialogue sequence with
several dialogue steps (like entering
a destination address), see
"Operation via voice commands"
further below.
After a dialogue sequence is finished,
the speech recognition is deactivated
automatically. To initiate another
dialogue sequence, you need to
activate the speech recognition
again.
Adjusting the volume for voice
output messages
Turn the volume knob on the
Infotainment system, or press the + or
― button on the steering wheel.
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Speech recognition
Cancelling a dialogue sequence
There are various possibilities to
deactivate the speech recognition
and to cancel a dialogue sequence:
■ Press the button x on the steering
wheel or any button on the
Infotainment system.
■ Press and hold the button w on the
steering wheel for a few seconds.
■ Say "Cancel".
In the following situations a dialogue
sequence is automatically cancelled:
■ If you do not say any commands for
some time (by default you are
prompted three times to say a
command).
■ If you say commands that are not
recognized by the system (by
default you are prompted three
times to say a correct command).
Breaking up a running voice
output message
As an experienced user you can
break up a running voice output
message by (short) pressing the
button w on the steering wheel.
Afterwards, the current dialogue
sequence will be continued
automatically.
Important notes on voice input
■ If experiencing difficulty with the
system recognizing a command,
confirm that the command is
correct. Try saying the command
clearly or wait for a brief moment
after the beep.
■ Background noise such as a
climate control fan positioned on
high, open windows, and very loud
outside noises, even if the windows
are closed, can cause voice
commands to be misunderstood
■ The speech recognition only
recognizes commands based on
the language currently selected for
the Infotainment display.
Visual and acoustic help
After activating speech recognition,
you are guided through a dialogue
sequence via help menus, voice
output messages and on-screen
messages.
Help menus
Dependent on the currently active
mode of operation (radio, CD player,
navigation etc.), a help menu with the
most important available voice
commands is displayed.
Example: Radio help menus
If the radio mode is currently active,
the radio help menu (part 1) is
displayed.
As soon as you hear a beep and the
symbol in the upper right corner of the
help menu (see image above) has
changed its colour from red to grey,
you can say one of the following
commands:
Speech recognition
■ One of the commands shown on
the help menu.
■ One of the additional commands
available for the radio mode, see
image below.
To display these additional
commands say "More help". The
radio help menu (part 2) is
displayed.
Example: General help menu (main
commands)
The general help menu primarily
shows the commands required to
change to another mode of operation,
e.g., to change from the radio mode
to the CD player mode.
To display the general help menu,
say "General help".
■ One of the main commands for the
speech recognition, see image
below.
Important notes on commands
■ Some command words displayed
on the help menus are optional.
Example: when using the
command "Frequency
<87.5..108.0> MHz", you can leave
out "MHz".
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You can simply try out if there are
shortened variants available for
certain commands.
■ For each command shown on the
help menus various synonymous
command variants are available.
Example: instead of saying "Show
station list" you could also
say "Show stations" or "Display
stations".
You can simply try out if there are
synonymous command variants
available that suit you more than
the displayed default variants.
■ Slashes "/" separate several
commands on a single help menu
line. In some cases you need to
combine command words on both
sides of a slash.
Example: "Start / Stop guidance". In
such case, you need to say,
e.g., "Start guidance". "Start" on its
own would not be a valid command.
■ Pointed brackets "< ... >" indicate
placeholder text.
Example: when you want to use the
command "Frequency
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Speech recognition
<87.5..108.0>", you need to
exchange "<87.5..108.0>" for a
specific figure between 87.5 and
108.0. You could say,
e.g., "Frequency 96 dot 3".
Help messages
You can induce the system to read
out all voice commands currently
available.
After saying the command:
■ "Help": the system reads out the
most important commands
available for the currently active
mode of operation.
■ "More help": the system reads out
all additional commands available
for the currently active mode of
operation.
■ "General help": the system reads
out all main commands, see
"General help menu" above.
Lists with selectable items
During dialogue sequences you are
often prompted to select an item (e.g.
a preset radio station or a city name)
from a list.
Example: Autostore lists
To select an item from such a list, you
only need to say the number in front
of the desired list item, e.g. "5".
In most cases there are several
"pages" of list entries available. To
switch from one "page" to another,
you need to say "Next" or "Previous".
On each page the list items are
numbered from "1." to "6." (no
consecutive numbering).
On-screen messages and acoustic
prompts / feedback
During dialogue sequences you are
often prompted via on-screen
messages (see image below) and
voice output messages, which kind of
command you need to say next.
Example: Storing a radio station
using a name
If the radio mode is active and you say
the command "Add station name", the
on-screen message shown above will
be displayed, and the voice output
message "Please say the station
name." be announced by the system.
Speech recognition
As soon as you hear a beep and the
symbol in the upper right corner of the
on-screen message (see image
above) has changed its colour from
red to grey, you can say the desired
name.
After saying the name, the system
gives you visual and acoustic
feedback, stating whether the
command could be successfully
performed or not.
System: "Radio".
System: activates the radio mode.
To perform a certain radio function via
speech control, the user needs to
activate speech recognition again
and then say the desired command,
see examples below.
Below you will find descriptions on
various typical and/or important
examples of dialogue sequences.
Dialogue sequences not described
below function almost identical/very
similar to the described ones.
Examples on radio control
Situation: the radio mode is currently
active.
Changing to another waveband
Action: the user wants to change from
the AM to the FM waveband.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "FM".
System: changes to the FM
waveband.
Changing to another mode of
operation
Situation: the CD player mode is
currently active.
Action: the user wants to change to
the radio mode.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Radio".
Selecting a station via frequency
Action: the user wants to change to
another FM station via entering a
frequency.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Frequency 96 dot 3".
System: changes to the regarding
frequency.
Operation via voice commands
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Selecting a preset station
Action: the user wants to select a
station stored in the second autostore
list (AS2).
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Autostore list".
System: displays the first autostore
list (AS1).
User: "Next".
System: displays the second
autostore list (AS2).
User: "3".
System: plays the third station stored
in the list.
Assigning a name to a preset station
You can assign names to a maximum
of 12 preset stations (stored in the
autostore lists or favourite lists, see
chapter "Radio").
To be able to assign a name to a
preset station, the regarding station
must currently be played and the
autostore or favourite list where the
station is stored in must be shown on
the display.
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Speech recognition
After assigning a name to a station,
you can select that station by simply
saying the assigned name.
Action: the user wants to assign a
name to the currently played (preset)
station.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Add station name".
System: "Please say the station
name."
User: "BBC 2".
The regarding station can be selected
now at any time by simply saying the
assigned name, see below.
Note
If you change the language shown
on the Infotainment system's
display, all names currently
assigned to preset stations and/or
destination addresses will be
deleted.
Selecting a preset station via the
assigned name
Note
If you use a name which was
assigned to a station by another
person, the name may not be
recognized by the speech
recognition because of the possibly
very different voices and
pronunciations.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Play BBC 2".
System: plays the regarding station.
Examples on CD player control
Situation: an audio or MP3 CD is
already inserted, the CD player mode
is currently active.
Selecting an album on an MP3 CD
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Album list".
System: shows the list of albums on
the MP3 CD (if albums available).
User: manually selects the desired
album.
Selecting a track on an audio CD
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "All tracks".
System: shows the list of tracks
stored on the audio CD.
User: manually selects the desired
track.
Alternatively, if you know the number
of the desired track:
User: "Track 14" (or using single
digits: "Track" "1" "4").
System: plays the selected track.
Examples on navigation control
Situation: the navigation mode is
currently active, route guidance is not
active.
Changing route options
Action: the user wants to change the
current settings of some route options
for an upcoming trip.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Route options".
System: shows the regarding help
menu. The currently activated route
options are indicated by check marks.
Speech recognition
User: "Points of interest".
System: shows a list with search
options.
User: "Nearby".
System: shows a list with points of
interest categories.
User: "Economical".
User: "Avoid toll roads".
User: "Use ferries".
System: displays check marks next to
the new settings.
User: "Apply".
System: stores all changed route
option settings.
Selecting a point of interest
Action: user wants to select a nearby
petrol station as destination address.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Enter destination" (if enter
destination menu not already active).
User: "2".
System: shows the navigation menu
for petrol station search.
User: manually performs the further
operating steps, see chapter
"Navigation".
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Entering an address
Action: user wants to enter the
destination address for an upcoming
trip.
User: activates speech recognition.
User: "Enter destination" (if enter
destination menu not already active).
User: "Enter address".
System: shows a menu for address
input. The address data of the last
calculated destination is used as
basis for address input.
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Speech recognition
Note
The last calculated destination
possibly has no valid address
elements available that can be used
as basis for address input via voice
commands.
For example, not all points of interest
stored on the map SD card or
destinations picked from the map
display (see chapter "Navigation")
provide the required valid address
data.
In such cases an empty or
incompletely filled out menu for
address input will be displayed.
Situation: the entire address data of
the last calculated destination is
available, the user needs to change
only the street name and the house
number to create the desired new
destination address.
User: "Street".
System: "What is the name of the
street?".
User: says the desired street name.
System: displays an alphabetically
ordered list of street names that
sound similar to the name the user
said.
Note
If the list of street names does not
contain the desired street name, you
can say "Spell". After a
corresponding voice output
message, you can then enter the
street name by spelling it, e.g. "M"
"A" "I" "N" "S" "T" "R" "E" "E" "T".
User: says the number of the line that
contains the desired street name,
e.g. "4".
System: displays the selected street
name on the menu for address input.
User: "Number".
System: "Which street number do you
want to drive to?".
User: "17".
System: displays the entered house
number on the menu for address
input.
User: the user can now say "Start
guidance" to start route guidance to
the displayed address, or say "Store
destination" to store the displayed
address in the address book or
myPOIs memory, see chapter
"Navigation".
Address input for destinations in
foreign countries
In case you want to enter the address
of a destination located in a foreign
country, you need to spell the desired
city name and street name.
Example: the display language of the
Infotainment system is currently set to
English and you want to enter the
name of a city located in Germany.
In such case the system prompts you
to spell the city name.
If a language-specific special letter
(e.g. "Ü" or "Ñ") is not available for the
currently selected display language,
you need to use the closest letter of
the alphabet the currently selected
display language provides (e.g. "U" or
"N"). The match to the special letter
will then be done automatically by the
system. Hyphens or spaces need not
to be entered/spelled.
Speech recognition
Example: the language of the
Infotainment system is set to English,
Country is set to "GERMANY (D)",
and you want to enter the city
name "BAD MÜNDER".
When spelling the city name, you can
omit the space and replace the
special German letter "Ü" by an "U".
User: "City".
System: "Please spell the city name.".
User: "B" "A" "D" "M" "U" "N" "D" "E"
"R".
System: displays a list with the best
matches, e.g.:
"1. BAD MÜNDER"
"2. BAD MÜNSTER"
"3. ..." etc.
User: "1" (or "Yes").
System: sets City to BAD MÜNDER.
Assigning a name to a destination
address
You can assign names to a maximum
of 20 destination addresses stored in
the address book.
Afterwards you can select one of
these destination addresses by
simply saying the assigned name.
User: manually selects an address in
the address book, see chapter
"Destination input" above.
System: displays the Navigation
menu.
User: manually selects the Edit menu
item.
System: displays the Edit menu.
User: manually selects the Add
name menu item.
System: "Please say the destination
name."
User: can say an arbitrary name.
The regarding destination address
can be selected now at any time by
simply saying the assigned
name: "Navigate to <name>".
Note
If you delete an address from the
address book, a name (voice tag)
possibly assigned to this address
will also be deleted.
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Note
If you change the language shown
on the Infotainment system's
display, all names currently
assigned to preset stations and/or
destination addresses will be
deleted.
Examples on phone control
Examples on phone control via
speech recognition, see chapter
"Phone control".
General information
When you press the button w on the
steering wheel, and the phone portal
is currently active (any phone related
menu is displayed), the speech
recognition of the phone portal will be
activated.
As long as the speech recognition of
the phone portal is active, you cannot
change to another mode of operation
(e.g. radio mode) using a voice
command.
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Speech recognition
You need to manually activate
another mode of operation by using
the corresponding button on the
Infotainment system (e.g. the
RADIO button) or the SRC (Source)
button on the steering wheel.
Phone control
Activating speech recognition
To activate the speech recognition of
the Phone portal, press the button w
on the steering wheel. For the
duration of the dialogue any active
audio source is muted and any traffic
news fade-in is cancelled.
Adjusting the volume for voice
output
Turn the volume knob on the
Infotainment system, or press the + or
― button on the steering wheel.
Cancelling a dialogue
There are various possibilities of
deactivating the speech recognition
and cancelling the dialogue:
■ Press the button x on the steering
wheel.
■ Say "Cancel".
■ Do not enter (say) any commands
for some time.
■ After the third unrecognised
command.
Operation
With the aid of the speech recognition
the mobile phone can be operated
very conveniently via voice input. It is
sufficient to activate the speech
recognition and to enter (say) the
desired command. After input of the
command the Infotainment system
guides you through the dialogue with
appropriate questions and feedback
to achieve the desired action.
Main commands
After activation of the speech
recognition a short tone signals that
the speech recognition is expecting
input.
Main commands available:
■ "Dial"
■ "Call"
■ "Redialing"
■ "Save"
■ "Delete"
■ "Directory"
■ "Pair"
■ "Select device"
■ "Voice feedback"
Commands that are frequently
available
■ "Help": the dialogue is terminated
and all commands available within
the actual function are enumerated.
■ "Cancel": the speech recognition is
deactivated.
Speech recognition
■ "Yes": a suitable action is triggered
depending on the context.
■ "No": a suitable action is triggered
depending on the context.
Entering a telephone number
After the command "Dial" the speech
recognition requests input of a
number.
The telephone number must be
spoken in your normal voice without
any artificial pauses between the
individual numbers.
Recognition works best, if a pause of
at least half a second is made after
every three to five digits. The
Infotainment system then repeats the
numbers recognised.
You can then enter further numbers
or the following commands:
■ "Dial": the inputs are accepted.
■ "Delete": the number last entered or
the block of numbers last entered is
deleted.
■ "Plus": a preceding "+" is entered
for a call abroad.
■ "Verify": the inputs are repeated by
the voice output.
■ "Asterisk": An asterisk "*" is
entered.
■ "Hash": A hash "#" is entered.
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
The maximum length of the telephone
number entered is 25 digits.
To be able to make a call abroad you
can say the word "Plus" (+) at the
beginning of your number. The plus
allows you to call from any country
without knowing the prefix for calls
made abroad in that country. Then
say the required country code.
Example of a dialogue
User: "Dial"
Voice output: "Please, say the
number to dial"
User: "Plus Four Nine"
Voice output: "Plus Four Nine"
User: "Seven Three One"
Voice output: "Seven Three One"
User: "One One Nine Nine"
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Voice output: "One One Nine Nine"
User: "Dial"
Voice output: "The number is being
dialled"
Entering a name
Using the "Call" command a
telephone number is entered that has
been stored in the telephone book
under a name (voice tag).
Commands available:
■ "Yes"
■ "No"
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
Example of a dialogue
User: "Call"
Voice output: "Please, say the
nametag to call"
User: <Name>
Voice output: "Do you want to call
<Michael>?"
User: "Yes"
Voice output: "The number is being
dialled"
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Speech recognition
Starting a second call
A second call can be started during an
active telephone call. To do so, press
the button w.
Commands available:
■ "Send": activate manual DTMF
(touch-tone dialling), e.g. for voice
mail or telephone banking.
■ "Send nametag": activate DTMF
(touch-tone dialling) by entering a
name (voice tag).
■ "Dial"
■ "Call"
■ "Redialing"
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
Example of a dialogue
User: <if a telephone call is active:
press the w button>
User: "Send"
Voice output: "Please, say the
number to send."
(for number input see the dialogue
example for Entering a telephone
number)
User: "Send"
Redialing
The number last dialled is redialled
with the command "Redialing".
Saving
With the command "Save" a
telephone number is stored in the
telephone book under a name (voice
tag).
The name entered must be repeated
once. The pitch and pronunciation
must be as identical as possible for
both name inputs, otherwise the
speech recognition will reject the
inputs.
A maximum of 50 voice tags can be
stored in the telephone book.
Voice tags are speaker-dependent,
i.e. only the person who recorded a
voice tag can open it.
To avoid the start of the recording of
a saved name from being cut off, a
short pause should be left after an
input request.
To be able to use the voice tag
independently of the location, i.e.
including other countries, all
telephone numbers should be
entered with a "plus" character and a
country code.
Commands available:
■ "Save": the inputs are accepted.
■ "Verify": the last input is repeated.
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
Example of a dialogue
User: "Save"
Voice output: "Please, say the
number to save"
(for number input see the dialogue
example for Entering a telephone
number)
User: "Save"
Voice output: "Please, say the
nametag to save"
User: <Name>
Voice output: "Please, repeat the
nametag to confirm"
User: <Name>
Speech recognition
Voice output: "Saving the nametag"
Deleting
A previously saved voice tag is
deleted with the command "Delete".
Commands available:
■ "Yes"
■ "No"
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
Listening to stored names
The voice output of all stored names
(voice tags) is started with the
command "Directory".
Commands available during voice
output of the voice tags:
■ "Call": the telephone number of the
voice tag last read aloud is
selected.
■ "Delete": the entry of the voice tag
last read aloud is deleted.
Saving a mobile phone to or deleting
it from the device list
With the command "Pair" a mobile
phone can be saved to or deleted
from the device list of the Phone
portal 3 118.
Commands available:
■ "Add"
■ "Delete"
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
Example of a dialogue
User: "Pair"
Voice output: "Do you want to add or
delete a device?"
User: "Add"
Voice output: "Using the pair function
in the external device, enter <1234>
to pair."
Voice output: "Do you want to pair the
device?"
User: "Yes"
Voice output: "The device is
connected as the number
<device_number>"
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Selecting a mobile phone from the
device list
Using the "Select device" command,
a mobile phone can be selected in the
device list for setting up a Bluetooth
connection.
Example of a dialogue
User: "Select device"
Voice output: "Please, say a device
number to select"
User: <device_number>
Voice output: "Do you want to select
the device number <device_num‐
ber>?"
User: "Yes"
Voice output: "Do you want to pair the
device?"
User: "Yes"
Voice output: "One moment. The
system searches for the selected
device"
Voice output: "Device number
<dev_num> is selected"
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Speech recognition
Voice feedback
Each voice input is answered or
commented on by the Infotainment
system by way of a voice output that
is adapted to the situation.
To switch the voice output on or off,
enter "Voice feedback" or press the
button w.
Phone
Phone
General information ................... 117
Bluetooth connection ................. 118
Emergency call .......................... 127
Operation ................................... 128
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment .................................. 133
General information
The Phone portal provides you with
the possibility of having mobile phone
conversations via a vehicle
microphone and the vehicle
loudspeakers as well as operating the
most important mobile phone
functions via the Infotainment system
in the vehicle. To be able to use the
Phone portal, the mobile phone must
be connected with it via Bluetooth.
The Phone portal can be operated
optionally via the speech recognition
system.
Not all Phone portal functions are
supported by every mobile phone.
The possible phone functions depend
on the relevant mobile phone and
network provider. You will find further
information on this in the operating
instructions for your mobile phone or
you can enquire about them with your
network provider.
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Important information for
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
Mobile phones have effects on
your environment. For this reason
safety regulations and directions
have been prepared. You should
be familiar with the related
directions before you use the
telephone function.
9 Warning
Use of the hands-free facility while
driving can be dangerous because
your concentration is reduced
when telephoning. Park your
vehicle before you use the handsfree facility. Follow the stipulations
of the country in which you find
yourself at present.
Do not forget to follow the special
regulations that apply in specific
areas and always switch off the
mobile phone if the use of mobile
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phones is prohibited, if
interference is caused by the
mobile phone or if dangerous
situations can occur.
EU R & TTE Compliance
Bluetooth
The Phone portal supports Bluetooth
Handsfree Profile V. 1.5 and is
specified in accordance with the
Bluetooth Special Interest Group
(SIG).
You will find further information about
the specification on the Internet at
http://www.bluetooth.com.
Additionally, the Phone portal
supports SIM Access Profile (SAP).
Hereby, we declare that the Bluetooth
System Transceiver is in compliance
with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
Operating the speech
recognition
Do not use the speech recognition in
emergencies, because in stress
situations your voice can change so
much that it can no longer be
recognised sufficiently to set up the
desired connection quickly enough.
Control elements
The most important telephone
specific control elements are as
follows:
v/G button: opens the telephone
main menu.
Controls on steering wheel:
q, w: take call, activate speech
recognition.
n, x: end/reject call, deactivate
speech recognition.
The Phone portal can be operated
optionally via the speech recognition
3 102.
Bluetooth connection
Bluetooth is a radio standard for the
wireless connection of, e.g., a
telephone with other devices.
Information such as a telephone
book, call lists, the network operator's
name and field strength can be
transferred. The functionality can be
restricted depending on the
telephone type.
Phone
To be able to set up a Bluetooth
connection with the Phone portal, the
Bluetooth function of the mobile
phone has to be activated and the
mobile phone has to be set to
"visible". For further information,
please refer to the operating
instructions for the mobile phone.
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Bluetooth menu
Press CONFIG button.
Select Phone settings and then
Bluetooth.
Activating Bluetooth
If the Bluetooth function of the Phone
portal is deactivated:
Set Activation to On and confirm the
subsequent message.
Device list
When a mobile phone is connected to
the Phone portal via Bluetooth for the
first time, the mobile phone is saved
in the device list.
A maximum of 5 mobile phones can
be saved in the device list.
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Connecting a mobile phone for the
first time
There are two options for connecting
a mobile phone to the Phone portal:
by adding it as a handsfree device or
by using the SIM Access Profile
(SAP).
Handsfree mode
When the mobile phone is added as
a handsfree device the user can
make or receive calls and use other
functions via the Phone portal. The
range of functions available depends
on the mobile phone. While it is
connected with the Phone portal the
mobile phone can be operated as
usual.
Note that the mobile phone battery
may discharge at a higher speed than
usual due to the Bluetooth connection
active along with normal operation of
the mobile phone.
SAP mode
When using the SAP option, a wider
range of functions is available via the
Phone portal such as various security
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Phone
and messaging options. The actual
range of functions depends on the
network provider. Additionally, in the
SAP mode the mobile phone is in the
standby mode. Only the Bluetooth
connection and the SIM card are
active, which leads to lower energy
consumption of the connected mobile
phone.
The Phone portal can now be
detected by other Bluetooth devices.
As soon as the mobile phone has
detected the Phone portal the
Bluetooth code can be entered on the
mobile phone.
The first time a Bluetooth connection
to the Phone portal is set up, a default
code is displayed. This default code
can be changed at any time. For
security reasons a four-digit and
randomly selected code must be
used for pairing devices.
Connecting a mobile phone as a
handsfree device
Select Add device (Handsfree). The
Bluetooth code to be entered into the
mobile phone is displayed.
As soon as the Phone portal has
detected the mobile phone, the
connection set-up can be confirmed.
The mobile phone is adopted in the
device list and can be operated via
the Phone portal.
Changing the Bluetooth code
(only relevant for handsfree mode)
Select Change Bluetooth code. On
the menu displayed, edit the actual
Bluetooth code and accept the
modified code using OK.
Phone
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Connecting a mobile phone via SIM
Access Profile (SAP)
Select Add SIM access device
(SAP). The mobile portal scans for
available devices and displays a list
of devices found.
Note
The mobile phone must have
Bluetooth activated and be set to
visible.
Enter the displayed SAP passcode in
the mobile phone (without spaces).
The mobile phone PIN code is shown
on the Infotainment display.
If the PIN request function is active,
the user will have to enter the PIN
code of the SIM card in the mobile
phone.
Select the desired mobile phone from
the list. The SAP passcode prompt is
shown on the Infotainment display
containing a 16-digit code.
Enter the PIN code of the mobile
phone SIM. The mobile phone is
paired with the Phone portal.
Services of the mobile network
provider can be used via the Phone
portal.
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Phone
Connecting a mobile phone saved in
the device list
Select the desired mobile phone and
then select the option Select in the
menu displayed.
As soon as the Phone portal has
detected the mobile phone, the
connection set-up can be confirmed.
The mobile phone can be operated
via the Phone portal.
Removing a mobile phone from the
device list
Select the desired mobile phone from
the device list. In the menu displayed
select Delete and confirm the
subsequent message.
Adjusting the ring tone
To change the ring tone
characteristic:
Press CONFIG button.
Select Phone settings and then
Ringtone.
Select the desired option.
To change the ring tone volume:
While the phone rings turn the m knob
of the Infotainment system or press
the buttons + / - on the steering wheel.
Setting up a connected phone
Various mobile phone settings can be
configured in the Phone settings
menu, if the phone is connected via
SAP.
Changing security settings
Press CONFIG button.
Select Phone settings and then
Security.
The security dialogue is displayed.
Activating/Deactivating PIN request
Select PIN request On or Off.
Enter the PIN code of the mobile
phone SIM card and confirm.
Note
This option depends on the
individual network provider.
Changing the PIN code
Select Change PIN.
Enter the current PIN code. Enter the
new PIN code. Repeat the new PIN
code and confirm. The PIN has been
changed.
Configuring network services
Select Phone settings and then
Network services. The Network
services dialogue is displayed.
Depending on the network provider
and the mobile phone several options
are available.
■ Network selection: choose
between automatic or manual
network selection.
■ Call waiting: activate or deactivate
call waiting.
Phone
■ Call diverting: select diverting
options depending on the situation.
■ Call barring: configure call barring
options depending on the situation.
For details on network services
configuration refer to the mobile
phone manual or enquire with the
mobile network provider.
Configuring SMS centre number
The SMS centre number is a phone
number that acts as a gateway for
transferring SMS messages between
mobile phones. This number is
usually preset by the network
provider.
To configure the SMS centre number
select Phone settings and then SMS
center number. If required, modify the
SMS centre number.
Resetting the mobile phone to factory
settings
Select Phone settings and then
Factory settings.
CD 300 / CD 400plus
Bluetooth menu
Press the CONFIG button.
Select Phone settings and then
Bluetooth.
Activating Bluetooth
If the Bluetooth function of the Phone
portal is deactivated: set Activation to
On and confirm the subsequent
message.
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Device list
When a mobile phone is connected to
the Phone portal via Bluetooth for the
first time, the mobile phone is stored
in the device list.
A maximum of 5 mobile phones can
be stored in the device list.
Connecting a mobile phone for the
first time
There are two options for connecting
a mobile phone to the Phone portal:
by adding it as a handsfree device or
by using the SIM Access Profile
(SAP).
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Phone
Handsfree mode
When the mobile phone is added as
a handsfree device the user can
make or receive calls and use other
functions via the Phone portal. The
range of functions available depends
on the mobile phone. While it is
connected with the Phone portal the
mobile phone can be operated as
usual. Note that the mobile phone
battery may discharge at a higher
speed than usual due to the Bluetooth
connection active along with normal
operation of the mobile phone.
SAP mode
When using the SAP option, a wider
range of functions is available via the
Phone portal such as various security
and messaging options. The actual
range of functions depends on the
network provider. Additionally, in the
SAP mode the mobile phone is in the
standby mode. Only the Bluetooth
connection and the SIM card are
active, which leads to lower energy
consumption of the connected mobile
phone.
Connecting a mobile phone as a
handsfree device
Select Add device (Handsfree). The
Bluetooth code to be entered into the
mobile phone is displayed.
The Phone portal can now be
detected by other Bluetooth devices.
As soon as the mobile phone has
detected the Phone portal the
Bluetooth code can be entered into
the mobile phone.
As soon as the Phone portal has
detected the mobile phone, the
connection set-up can be confirmed.
The mobile phone is adopted in the
device list and can be operated via
the Phone portal.
Changing the Bluetooth code
(only relevant for handsfree mode)
The first time a Bluetooth connection
to the Phone portal is set up, a default
code is displayed. This default code
can be changed at any time. For
security reasons a four-digit and
randomly selected code must be
used for pairing devices.
Phone
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Enter the displayed SAP passcode in
the mobile phone (without spaces).
The mobile phone PIN code is shown
on the Infotainment display.
If the PIN request function is active,
the user will have to enter the PIN
code of the SIM card in the mobile
phone.
Select Change Bluetooth code. On
the menu displayed, edit the actual
Bluetooth code and accept the
modified code using OK.
Connecting a mobile phone via SIM
Access Profile (SAP)
(only CD 400plus)
Select Add SIM access device.
The Phone portal scans for available
devices and displays a list of devices
found.
Note
The mobile phone must have
Bluetooth activated and be set to
visible.
Select the desired mobile phone from
the list. The SAP passcode prompt is
shown on the Infotainment display
containing a 16-digit code.
Enter the PIN code of the mobile
phone SIM. The mobile phone is
paired with the Phone portal.
Services of the mobile network
provider can be used via the Phone
portal.
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Phone
Connecting a mobile phone saved in
the device list
Select the desired mobile phone and
then select the option Select in the
menu displayed.
As soon as the Phone portal has
detected the mobile phone, the
connection set-up can be confirmed.
The mobile phone can be operated
via the Phone portal.
Removing mobile phone from device
list
Select the desired mobile phone from
the device list. In the menu displayed
select Delete and confirm the
subsequent message.
Adjusting the ring tone
To change the ring tone
characteristic:
Press CONFIG button.
Select Phone settings and then Ring
tone.
Select the desired option.
To change the ring tone volume:
While the phone rings turn the m knob
of the Infotainment system or press
the buttons + / - on the steering wheel.
Setting up a connected phone
Various mobile phone settings can be
configured in the Phone settings
menu, if the phone is connected via
SAP.
Changing security settings
Press CONFIG button.
Select Phone settings and then
Security.
The security dialogue is displayed.
Activating/Deactivating PIN request
Select PIN request On or Off.
Enter the PIN code of the mobile
phone SIM card and confirm.
Note
This option depends on the
individual network provider.
Changing the PIN code
Select Change PIN.
Enter the current PIN code. Enter the
new PIN code. Repeat the new PIN
code and confirm. The PIN has been
changed.
Configuring network services
Select Phone settings and then
Network services. The Network
services dialogue is displayed.
Depending on the network provider
and mobile phone there are several
options available.
■ Network selection: choose
between automatic or manual
network selection.
■ Call waiting: activate or deactivate
call waiting.
Phone
■ Call diverting: select diverting
options depending on the situation.
■ Call barring: configure call barring
options depending on the situation.
For details on network services
configuration refer to the mobile
phone manual or enquire with the
mobile network provider.
Configuring SMS centre number
The SMS centre number is a phone
number that acts as a gateway for
transferring SMS messages between
mobile phones. This number is
usually preset by the network
provider.
To configure the SMS centre number
select Phone settings and then SMS
centre number. If required, modify the
SMS centre number.
Resetting the mobile phone to factory
settings
Select Phone settings and then
Restore factory settings.
Emergency call
9 Warning
Connection setup cannot be
guaranteed in all situations. For
this reason you should not rely
exclusively on a mobile phone
when a vitally important
communication (e. g. a medical
emergency) is concerned.
In some networks it may be
necessary for a valid SIM card to
be properly inserted in the mobile
phone.
9 Warning
Bear in mind that you can make
and receive calls with the mobile
phone, if it is in a service area with
a sufficiently strong signal. Under
certain circumstances emergency
calls cannot be made on all mobile
phone networks; it is possible that
they cannot be made when certain
network services and/or telephone
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functions are active. You can
enquire about this with the local
network operators.
The emergency call number can
differ depending on the region and
country. Please enquire
beforehand about the correct
emergency call number for the
relevant region.
Making an emergency call
Dial the emergency call number (e.g.
112).
The telephone connection to the
emergency call centre is set up.
Answer when the service personnel
questions you about the emergency.
9 Warning
Do not end the call until you are
requested to do so by the
emergency call centre.
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Phone
Operation
Introduction
As soon as a connection via
Bluetooth has been set up between
your mobile phone and the
Infotainment system, you can also
operate many functions of your
mobile phone via the Infotainment
system.
Via the Infotainment system, you can,
e.g., set up a connection to the
telephone numbers stored in your
mobile phone or change the
telephone numbers.
Note
In the handsfree mode mobile phone
operation continues to be possible,
e. g. taking a call or adjusting the
volume.
After set-up of a connection between
the mobile phone and the
Infotainment system the mobile
phone data is transmitted to the
Infotainment system. This can take
some time depending on the phone
model. During this period operation of
the mobile phone is possible via the
Infotainment system only to a limited
extent.
Not every telephone supports all
functions of the Phone portal.
Therefore deviations from the range
of functions described with these
specific telephones are possible. For
further information please refer to the
instructions for the telephone specific
adapter.
Dialling a telephone number
Navi 600 / Navi 900
Setting the volume for hands-free
facility
Turn the m knob of the Infotainment
system or press the buttons + / - on
the steering wheel.
With the telephone main menu active,
press the multifunction knob to open
the Phone menu.
Several options for dialling telephone
numbers, for using the phone book
and call lists, for viewing and editing
messages are available.
Using the Phone off command the
connected phone can be detached
from the Phone portal.
Phone
Entering a number manually
If the SIM card or telephone are
different, the telephone book is
reloaded. This process can take a few
minutes depending on the phone
model.
Selecting a telephone number from
the telephone book
Select Enter number, then enter the
desired number sequence.
To start the dialling process, select y.
To open the telephone book menu,
select z.
Telephone book
After setting up the connection the
telephone book is compared with the
telephone book in the temporary
memory, provided that the same SIM
card or same telephone is concerned.
During this period any newly added
entries are not displayed.
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Select Phone book.
On the Search menu displayed,
select the desired first letter range to
start a preselection of the telephone
book entries that you want to have
displayed.
Note
Telephone book entries are carried
over as they are transferred from the
mobile phone. The presentation and
order of the telephone book entries
may be different on the Infotainment
system's display and the mobile
phone's display.
After having performed the
preselection: select the desired entry
in the telephone book to display the
numbers saved under this entry.
Select the desired number to start the
dialling process.
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Phone
Call lists
Via the menu Call lists the incoming,
outgoing and missed calls can be
viewed and the relevant numbers can
be dialled. The lists can also be
deleted in this menu.
To start a dialling process: select the
desired call list, an entry in the call list
and finally the desired telephone
number.
Messaging functions
When the mobile phone is paired
using the SAP mode, messages can
be viewed, composed and sent via
the Phone portal. The messages can
also be deleted in this menu.
To view received messages: select
Inbox.
To view sent messages: select
Outbox.
To compose a message: select Write
new message.
Note
Messages are limited to 70
characters.
Incoming call
When there is an incoming call a
menu is displayed for you to accept or
decline the telephone call.
Select the required option.
Functions during a telephone call
If you are currently making a
telephone call, press the multifunction
knob to open a submenu.
Various options are available
depending on the situation and range
of functions of the mobile phone:
■ Hang up: disconnect the telephone
connection.
■ Call number: enter a telephone
number to make a second
telephone call or perform DTMF
(touch-tone dialling), e.g. for voice
mail or telephone banking.
■ Detach call: detach the connection
to a conference participant in a
telephone conference.
■ Merge calls: merge two calls when
there are several active calls.
Phone
■ Switch calls: switch between calls,
if there are several calls.
■ Mute call: mute a call.
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Dialling a telephone number
Entering a number manually
With the telephone main menu active,
press the multifunction knob to open
the phone operation menu.
Several options for dialling telephone
numbers, for using the phone book
and call lists, for viewing and editing
messages are available.
Using the Phone off command the
connected phone can be detached
from the Phone portal.
Select Enter number and then enter
the desired number sequence.
Select Call to start the dialling
process.
You can switch to the telephone book
menu by selecting PB.
Note
If the ignition is turned off during a
telephone call the connection
remains active until the telephone
call is terminated.
CD 300 / CD 400plus
Setting the volume for hands-free
facility
Turn the m knob of the Infotainment
system or press the buttons + / - on
the steering wheel.
Telephone book
After setting up the connection the
telephone book is compared with the
telephone book in the temporary
memory, provided that the same SIM
card or same telephone is concerned.
During this period any newly added
entries are not displayed.
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Phone
Call lists
If the SIM card or telephone are
different, the telephone book is
reloaded. This process can take a few
minutes depending on the phone
model.
Selecting a telephone number from
the telephone book
Note
Telephone book entries are carried
over as they are transferred from the
mobile phone. The presentation and
order of the telephone book entries
may be different on the Infotainment
system's display and the mobile
phone's display.
Select Phone book. In the displayed
menu select the desired first letter
range to start a preselection of the
telephone book entries that you want
to have displayed.
After having performed the
preselection: select the desired entry
in the telephone book to display the
numbers saved under this entry.
Select the desired number to start the
dialling process.
Via the menu Call lists the user can
view incoming, outgoing and missed
calls and dial the relevant numbers.
To start a dialling process: select the
desired call list, an entry in the call list
and finally the desired telephone
number.
Messaging functions
(only CD 400plus)
Phone
Incoming call
When there is an incoming call a
menu is displayed to accept or
decline the telephone call.
Select required option.
When the mobile phone is paired
using the SAP mode, the user can
view, compose and send messages
via the Phone portal. The messages
can also be deleted in this menu.
To view received messages: select
Inbox.
To view sent messages: select
Outbox.
To compose a message: select Write
new message.
Note
Messages are limited to 70
characters.
Functions during a telephone call
If you currently have a telephone call,
press the multifunction knob to open
a submenu.
Various options are available
depending on the situation and range
of functions of the mobile phone:
■ Hang up: disconnect the telephone
connection.
■ Call number: enter a telephone
number to make a second
telephone call or perform DTMF
(touch-tone dialling), e.g. for voice
mail or telephone banking.
■ Detach call: detach the connection
to a conference participant in a
telephone conference.
■ Merge calls: merge two calls when
there are several active calls.
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■ Switch calls: switch between calls,
if there are several calls.
■ Mute call: mute a call.
Mobile phones and CB
radio equipment
Installation instructions and
operating guidelines
The vehicle specific installation
instructions and the operating
guidelines of the mobile phone and
handsfree manufacturer must be
observed when installing and
operating a mobile telephone. Failure
to do so could invalidate the vehicle
type approval (EU directive 95/54/
EC).
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Phone
Recommendations for fault-free
operation:
■ Professionally installed exterior
antenna to obtain the maximum
range possible,
■ Maximum transmission power 10
watts,
■ Installation of the phone in a
suitable spot, consider relevant
Note in the Owner's manual,
chapter Airbag system.
Seek advice on predetermined
installation points for the external
antenna or equipment holder and
ways of using devices with a
transmission power exceeding 10
watts.
Use of a handsfree attachment
without external antenna with mobile
telephone standards GSM
900/1800/1900 and UMTS is only
permitted if the maximum
transmission power of the mobile
telephone is 2 watts for GSM 900 or
1 watt for the other types.
For reasons of safety, do not use the
phone while driving. Even use of a
handsfree set can be a distraction
while driving.
9 Warning
Operation of radio equipment and
mobile telephones which fail to
meet above mentioned mobile
telephone standards is only
permitted using an antenna
located outside of the vehicle.
Caution
Mobile telephones and radio
equipment may lead to
malfunctions in the vehicle
electronics when operated inside
the vehicle with no exterior
antenna, unless the above
mentioned regulations are
observed.
Phone
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Index
A
Activating CD player..................... 44
Activating speech recognition....
........................................ 103, 112
Activating the navigation system. . 58
Activating the radio....................... 26
Address book................................ 68
Address input................................ 68
Autostore lists............................... 27
B
BACK button................................. 14
Basic operation............................. 14
Bluetooth.................................... 117
Bluetooth connection.................. 118
C
CD player
activating................................... 44
important information................ 42
usage........................................ 44
Configuring DAB........................... 39
Configuring RDS........................... 35
Control elements overview............. 4
D
DAB.............................................. 39
Destination input .......................... 68
Digital audio broadcasting............ 39
Dynamic guidance........................ 95
E
Emergency call........................... 127
Enhanced Other Networks........... 35
EON.............................................. 35
F
Favourite lists............................... 28
G
General information...................
...... 2, 42, 48, 50, 54, 57, 102, 117
Guidance ..................................... 86
H
Handsfree mode......................... 118
Home address.............................. 58
I
Individual POIs............................. 58
Infotainment system
control elements.......................... 4
instrument panel.......................... 4
maximum startup volume.......... 22
Multifunction unit......................... 4
personalisation.......................... 24
speed dependent volume.......... 22
steering wheel audio controls..... 4
tone settings.............................. 19
137
volume of the traffic
announcements........................ 22
volume settings......................... 22
M
Maps ............................................ 96
Map SD card
handling..................................... 96
replace...................................... 96
Menu operation............................. 14
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment .............................. 133
Multifunction knob......................... 14
Mute.............................................. 13
myPOIs......................................... 68
myPOIs announcement................ 58
N
Navigation
activating................................... 58
Address book............................ 68
control elements........................ 58
deleting Home address............. 58
deleting imported POIs............. 58
destination input........................ 68
dynamic guidance............... 86, 95
fuel level low alert...................... 68
functioning................................. 57
highway lane guidance............. 86
Home address........................... 68
importing/exporting POIs........... 58
Logbook.................................... 86
map SD card............................. 96
myPOIs..................................... 68
myPOIs announcement............ 58
navigation display..................... 58
navigation options..................... 86
navigation volume..................... 58
Points of Interest....................... 68
repeat last navigation message 86
route blocking............................ 86
route guidance.......................... 86
route list..................................... 86
start navigation.......................... 86
symbols overview...................... 98
TMC messages......................... 86
usage........................................ 58
using the speller function.......... 68
Navigation control....................... 103
Navigation display........................ 58
Navigation volume........................ 58
O
Operation.................................... 128
P
Personalisation............................. 24
Phone
adjusting ring tones................. 118
Bluetooth................................. 117
Bluetooth connection.............. 118
call lists.................................... 128
control elements...................... 117
dialling a number..................... 128
emergency calls...................... 127
functions during a call............. 128
handsfree mode...................... 118
important information.............. 117
messaging functions............... 128
recharging the battery............. 117
setting the volume................... 128
SIM Access Profile (SAP)....... 118
telephone book....................... 128
Phone control............................. 112
Playing saved audio files.............. 52
R
Radio
Radio data system (RDS)......... 35
activating................................... 26
autostore lists............................ 27
Digital audio broadcasting
(DAB)........................................ 39
favourite lists............................. 28
selecting the waveband............ 26
station lists................................ 30
station search............................ 26
usage........................................ 26
waveband menus...................... 30
Radio data system (RDS) ............ 35
138
RDS.............................................. 35
Recharging the phone battery.... 117
Regionalization............................. 35
Retrieving stations.................. 27, 28
Route guidance...................... 86, 95
S
SAP mode.................................. 118
SD card......................................... 96
Selecting the waveband............... 26
Setting the navigation volume...... 58
Setting the volume........................ 13
SIM Access Profile (SAP)........... 118
Speech recognition..... 102, 103, 112
activating......................... 103, 112
adjusting volume..................... 103
navigation/audio control.......... 103
phone control.......................... 112
usage.............................. 103, 112
volume for voice output........... 112
Speed compensated volume........ 13
Speller function............................. 68
Starting CD replay........................ 44
Station search............................... 26
Storing stations....................... 27, 28
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off......................... 13
Switching the radio on.................. 26
Symbols overview ........................ 98
T
Theft-deterrent feature ................... 3
Tone settings................................ 19
Traffic announcements................. 22
U
Updating station lists.................... 30
Usage............. 13, 26, 44, 49, 54, 58
User defined POIs........................ 68
Using the AUX input..................... 49
Using the CD player..................... 44
Using the digital picture frame...... 54
Using the Infotainment system..... 13
Using the navigation system........ 58
Using the radio............................. 26
Using the USB port....................... 50
V
Voice recognition........................ 102
Volume for voice output...... 103, 112
Volume settings............................ 22
W
Waveband menus......................... 30
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