MEDIA NAV
MEDIA NAV
Contents
User precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.3
general information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.5
General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.5
Introduction to the controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.8
Switch on/off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.10
Operate and use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.11
Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.13
Radio / AUX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.14
Listen to the radio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.14
Auxiliary audio sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.17
Audio setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.20
Navigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.21
The navigation system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.21
Reading a map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.22
Enter a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.25
Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.31
map settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.36
Managing the favourites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.37
Navigation settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.39
Eco² driving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.43
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Bluetooth device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.44
Pairing/unpairing Bluetooth® devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.44
Connecting/disconnecting Bluetooth® devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.46
Phonebook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.48
Making/receiving a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.49
Reversing camera. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.51
System settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.52
Updating the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.54
Operating faults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.58
All rights including rights vested in the software, content and other materials installed and running in the car as well as displayed
trademarks and logos, are reserved by their respective owners.
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PRECAUTIONS DURING USE (1/2)
It is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.
You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
Precautions when operating the multimedia system
–Operate the controls (on the dash or near the steering wheel) and read the information on the screen only when road
conditions allow.
– Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard.
Precautions regarding navigation
– Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehicle.
– Depending on the geographical area, the map may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert. In all cases, Road
Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system.
Precautions concerning the equipment
– Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire.
– Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly.
– Do not insert foreign bodies into the player.
Precautions when using the phone
– There are laws which govern the use of phones in vehicles. They do not necessarily authorise the use of hands-free phone
systems under all driving conditions: drivers must be in control of their vehicles at all times;
– Using a phone whilst driving is a significant distraction and risk factor during all stages of use (dialling, communicating,
searching for a number in the handset memory, etc.).
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PRECAUTIONS DURING USE (2/2)
The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers
all existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected and the country where they are sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be
introduced later in the model year.
Throughout the manual, the Approved Dealer is that of the vehicle manufacturer.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/3)
Introduction
Radio functions
Auxiliary audio function
Your vehicle’s multimedia system performs the following functions:
The multimedia system can be used
to listen to FM (frequency modulation)
and AM (amplitude modulation) radio
stations.
You can listen to your personal stereo
directly through your vehicle’s speakers. There are several ways of connecting your personal stereo, depending on
the type of device you have:
– RDS radio;
–management of auxiliary audio
sources;
– hands-free phone;
– navigation assistance;
– parking distance control (reversing
camera).
The RDS system makes it possible to
display the name of some stations and
also for information messages sent by
FM stations to be heard automatically:
– traffic bulletins;
– news bulletins;
– emergency messages.
– 3.5 mm Jack socket;
– audio multi-connection unit (USB);
– Bluetooth® connection.
For more information on the list of compatible devices, please contact an authorised dealer or visit the manufacturer’s website if available.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/3)
Hands-free phone function
The Bluetooth® hands-free system
provides the following features without
having to handle your phone:
– send/receive/suspend a call;
– transfer the list of contacts from the
phone memory;
– access the call logs for calls which
have come through the multimedia
system;
Telephone compatibility
Some phones are not compatible with
the hands-free system, and do not
enable you to use all of the available
functions or do not provide the best
possible sound quality.
For more information on compatible
phones, contact an authorised dealer
or visit the manufacturer’s website if
available.
Navigation assistance function
The navigation system automatically
calculates the geographical position of
the vehicle by receiving GPS signals.
It suggests a route to your chosen destination using its road map.
Finally, it indicates the route to take,
step by step, using the display screen
and voice messages.
– dial emergency numbers.
Your hands-free phone system is only intended to facilitate communication by reducing the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION (3/3)
1
2
8
3 4 5
10
11
Street
FM1
RADIO
DRIVE ECO
Listening
7
List
MEDIA
NAVI
PHONE
SETTINGS
Option
9
6
Displays
Options
Dark
14
FM1
13
12
4 Telephone information area:
8 Air conditioning information.
9 Display standby or access to submenus.
– showing the selected mode;
– if a telephone is connected to the
multimedia system, the reception
and battery level of the connected
device will be displayed.
– when mode area is touched, rest
of the area will be showing mode list.
5 Time area.
6 Menu area:
11 Name of the next street.
2 Table of contents area.
–display subordinate menu of
mode;
12 Current audio information.
– showing current menu as highlighted color.
13 Options for route and map setting.
14 Voice guidance On/Off.
Menu screen
1 Mode selection area:
showing the contents of menu item
and information.
3 Exterior temperature.
Navigation screen
10 Map mode (2D/3D).
7 Home area
“Home” or “back” button: goes back
to the home menu or the previous
screen.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (1/2)
Screen selections are made by touching the desired selection on the screen.
A
B
K
C D
L
M
N
Options
J
H
G
F
Q
E
P
A
R
S
B
M
L
C
D
Options
J
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H
G
F
E
N
Q
T
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (2/2)
Functions
A
B, M/N
Short press: standby screen On/Off.
Adjust the volume.
C
Socket USB.
D
3.5 mm Jack socket.
E
Access the current media (radio, AUX).
F
Access the “options” menu.
G
Access the “home” menu.
Telephone or auxiliary sources: exit the window to return to the navigation screen (current).
H
Mute/unmute the voice guidance.
J
Change the map view mode (2D/3D).
K
– First press: access functions for the source currently in use;
– subsequent presses: select the audio source (radio, AUX).
L
– Answer/end a call;
– mute/unmute the sound.
M+N
Mute/unmute the sound.
P
Change the mode for choosing a radio station (“Main”, “List”, “Preset”)
Q
Rear dial:
– radio: search for a radio station;
– media: search for an audio track.
R
Select from the available media (USB, AUX, iPod® and Bluetooth®).
S
Select the radio reception mode/alternate between AM and FM.
T
Confirm your selection.
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ON/OFF SWITCH
A
A
Switching on
Switching off
Standby screen
The multimedia system switches on automatically when the ignition is switched
on.
The system switches off automatically
when the vehicle’s ignition is switched
off.
The standby clock mode allows the display screen to be switched off.
In other cases, press button A to switch
on the multimedia system.
With the ignition off, you can use the
system for 20 minutes.
Press A to make the multimedia system
operate for about a further 20 minutes.
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When in standby clock mode, the radio
or guidance system does not operate.
Briefly press A to activate/deactivate
the standby screen.
Any other action will temporarily reactivate the screen.
OPERATE AND USE (1/2)
Touching screen
K
L
Tap (short press):
– Item selection;
–Item execution (Media playing
screen).
When touching forwards button,
moves toward the next song.
Press and Hold (long press):
Route Settings
Route planning method
Motorway
Period Charge
Per-use Toll
– Item store (Radio screen);
When touching with long presses the
preset number, stores the current
radio channel.
Fast
Short
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
1
Back to “Home” menu
When touching with long presses the
list down buttons, scroll (per page)
with acceleration.
System goes back to “Home” menu directly once you press and hold 1 wherever it is.
When touching with long presses
forwards or backwards button, fast
winding the song.
R
N
Options
– Move to scroll with acceleration;
– fast-forward or rewind (Media playing screen).
M
Eco
Q
P
Using the steering column
controls
Press button P to change the radio station search mode.
Rotate rear dial Q to change the station
(movement R).
Press K to change the source (AUX,
AM, FM).
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OPERATE AND USE (2/2)
2
3
Select 2 to modify your entry.
Select 3 to display list of results.
Select 4 to change the keyboard to
special layout.
Select 5 to use numbers and symbols.
Options
5
4
Using an alphabetical keyboard
When entering a heading using an alphabetical keyboard, choose each
letter by pressing keyboard.
When choosing each letter, the system
will remove the brightness of certain letters to help enter the letters.
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VOLUME
Volume
Muting the sound
Adjust the sound level when listening to
the different sources, messages, ringtones and phone communications:
Briefly press L or simultaneously M
and N on the steering column control.
The message “MUTE” appears on the
screen.
– by turning or pressing B;
– or on M/N.
The radio source being listened to is interrupted when “TA” traffic information,
news bulletins or a warning message is
received.
Press L again briefly, or M and N simultaneously to continue listening to
the current audio source.
This function is deactivated automatically when the volume control is used
or when a news or road traffic bulletin
is broadcast.
Volume adjustment according to speed
When this function is activated, the
audio and navigation volume will vary
according to the vehicle speed.
To activate and adjust this function,
refer to the information on “Speed dependent volume control” of the section
on “Audio settings”.
Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside
noise can be heard.
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LISTEN TO THE RADIO (1/3)
1
6
Main
2
3
List
5
Preset
4 3
Main
Option
7
List
Preset
Option
Main
List
Preset
Option
2
Selecting a wavelength
“List” mode
Press 1.
Select the wavelength (AM or FM) required by pressing it.
Select “List” mode by pressing 5.
This operating mode allows you to find
a station easily by name from an alphabetical list (with FM only).
Choosing a station
It is possible to scan up to 50 available
radio stations.
There are different modes for choosing
a radio station.
After having selected the waveband,
select the mode by pressing 4 or 5.
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8
Select the stations required by pressing
zone 6.
Press 7 to scroll through all the stations.
The names of the radio stations that
do not use RDS will not appear on the
screen. Only their frequency is displayed and sorted at the end of the list.
“Preset” mode
Select “Preset” mode by pressing 4.
This mode allows you to recall on
demand those stations which you have
already stored (refer to the information
on «Saving a station» in this section).
Press zone 8 to select your stored stations.
LISTEN TO THE RADIO (2/3)
1
8
Main
2
3
List
Preset
Option
3
Main
List
Preset
Option
RDS
Off
On
TA
Off
On
Region
Off
On
News
Off
On
Main
2
“Main” mode
This mode allows stations to be searched manually by scanning the selected wavelength.
Scan the wavelength by repeatedly
pressing 3.
Briefly press 2 to start an automatic
search for radio stations.
Repeat the operation each time the
search stops if necessary.
List
Preset
Option
9
You can also move wheel Q on the
steering column control to launch an
automatic station search.
Storing a station
Select a radio station by using one of
the modes described above.
Press and hold one of the buttons on
the zone 8.
You can store up to 12 stations per wavelength.
Radio settings
Display the settings menu by pressing 9. You can activate or deactivate
functions by pressing “On” or “Off” (the
setting menu varies depending on the
wavelength).
The available functions are as follows:
–“RDS”;
–“TA”;
–“Region”;
–“News”;
–“AM”;
– “Update List”.
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LISTEN TO THE RADIO (3/3)
“RDS”;
Some FM radio stations broadcast text
information relating to the programme
being aired (the title of a track, for
example).
To activate/deactivate this function,
please refer to information on “Radio
settings” in this section.
“Region”
Note: this information is only available
on some radio stations.
The frequency of an “FM” radio station
may change depending on the geographical area.
“TA”
In order to keep listening to the same
radio station when changing region, activate the “Region” function so that your
multimedia system can automatically
retune the frequency.
When this feature is activated, your
multimedia system allows traffic bulletins to play automatically as new reports are issued by some FM radio stations.
Note: the automatic broadcasting of
traffic information is deactivated when
the multimedia system is set to the AM
band.
Once the function is activated, select
the news station then choose if you require another playback source.
Traffic information is broadcast automatically and has priority over the source
being listened to at the time.
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Note: this is only available for certain
radio stations.
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and annoying changes in
frequency. In this case you should
deactivate this function.
To activate/deactivate this function,
please refer to information on “Radio
settings” in this section.
“News”
When this function is activated, it is
possible to automatically listen to news
as it is broadcast by certain FM radio
stations.
If you then select the other sources,
when a broadcast of the selected programme type is made, it will interrupt
the other sources.
To activate/deactivate this function,
please refer to information on “Radio
settings” in this section.
“AM”
You can activate or deactivate the AM
band. To activate/deactivate this function, please refer to information on
“Radio settings” in this section.
“Update list”
To update the list of stations and obtain
the most recent ones, press “Start”
(only for FM).
AUXILIARY AUDIO SOURCES (1/3)
Your multimedia system is fitted with
two auxiliary inputs for connecting an
external audio source (MP3 player, portable player, USB key, phone, etc.).
To find the input position, please refer
to the section on “Introduction to the
controls”.
To change the auxiliary audio source,
press 1. A list of available input sources
is displayed instantly:
1
– USB: USBkey, MP3reader, phone
(depending on the phone) etc.;
– iPod®: device with integrated iPod®;
– BT: Bluetooth® devices;
– AUX: 3.5 mm jack.
2
Principles of operation
Connection
There are two types of connections:
Audio formats
Listening
List
Option
–a USB socket,
– a jack.
Connect your portable audio player, depending on the type of device.
Once you have connected a USB
socket or jack, the system automatically detects the auxiliary source.
Note: The USB key used must be formatted to FAT32 format and have a
maximum capacity of 32Gb.
3
Selecting an auxiliary source
In navigation mode or when listening
to the radio, select your auxiliary audio
source by pressing “Home” > “MEDIA”.
The multimedia system starts playing
the last audio track played.
Note: any change to the auxiliary audio
source which is made when the multimedia system is not active will not be
automatically taken into account.
The auxiliary audio source formats include MP3 and WMA.
Fast winding
Long press 2 to fast forward or rewind.
Playback resumes when the button is
released.
Only handle the portable
audio player when traffic
conditions permit.
Store the portable audio
player safely while driving (risk of
being thrown in the event of sudden
braking).
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AUXILIARY AUDIO SOURCES (2/3)
“Repeat”
Charging with the USB port
This function is available in mode «BT»
and «USB» and enables you to repeat
one track or all the tracks.
Press 3, then “Off”, “Track” or “All”.
Once your portable player’s USB
connector is plugged into the USB
port of the multimedia system, you can
charge or maintain the battery during
use.
“Shuffle”
This function is available in mode “BT”
and “USB” and enables you to play all
the tracks at random. Press 3, then
“Act.”, “Off” or “Folder”.
Auxiliary input: USB socket,
Bluetooth®
Connection: USB and portable digital audio player
Connect the socket of your portable
audio player to the USB input on the
unit.
Once the USB socket of the digital portable audio player is connected, the
“USB” menu is displayed.
Note: it may not be possible to connect
some types of portable digital players to
the multimedia system.
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Note: some devices do not recharge
or maintain battery charge level when
they are connected to the USB port on
the multimedia system.
Connection: iPod®
Connect the connector of your iPod®
to the USB input of the multimedia
system. Once the USB socket of your
iPod® is connected, the “iPod” menu is
displayed.
Use
Select “iPod” from the drop-down list 1,
then press on the playback list or the
desired audio track on the multimedia
system screen.
All audio tracks on your “iPod” can be
selected directly on the multimedia
system screen.
1
Music > Favorite songs > The newest
Swallowed.m.mp3
Now My.mp3
In Place.mp3
Main
List
Option
Note: once connected, you will no
longer be able to control your “iPod” directly. You must use the keys on your
multimedia system's front panel.
Note: Use the iPod® cable for exclusive use of an iPod® when connecting
an iPod® to the USB socket.
AUXILIARY AUDIO SOURCES (3/3)
Connection: Bluetooth®
Refer to the section on “Connecting/
disconnecting Bluetooth® devices”.
Once your Bluetooth® device is
connected, the “BT” menu is displayed
on the drop-down menu 1.
Note: Use a USB connection in preference for easier music searches.
4 1
Auxiliary input: jack
Connection
Connect the jack socket of the portable
audio player to the jack input socket of
your multimedia system.
Use
Depending on the type of player, select
a folder (MP3 player, USB key) or a
playlist (portable digital player).
Note: once connected, you can no
longer directly control your portable
digital audio player. You must use the
keys on your multimedia system’s front
panel.
Main
List
Option
Selecting a track
To select an audio track within a folder,
tap “List”.
To go back to the previous level in the
folder hierarchy, tap 4.
By default, albums are listed in alphabetical order.
Use
No indication of the name of the artist or
the track is displayed on the multimedia
system’s screen.
Note: You cannot select a track directly
from your multimedia system.
Select tracks directly on your portable
player when the vehicle is stationary.
Note: If you connect a USB key, all the
folders will be at the same level on the
tree structure.
Depending on the type of digital portable audio player, you can refine your
selection by using folders or files.
The sound quality from the analogue input (AUX) will usually be
lower than the sound quality from
digital inputs (USB, Bluetooth®).
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AUDIO SETTING
1
Audio Settings
Vol/Speed
Off
Loudness
Off
Sound
5
Display the sound menu by pressing 3.
Sound
Right/left and front/rear balance
Tap 6 or 8 to adjust the sound the left/
right balance.
On
Tap 5 or 7 to adjust the sound the front/
rear balance.
Sound
After setting balance, tap “OK”.
Audio
4
Display Bluetooth System
3 2
Display the settings menu by pressing
“Home” > “SETTINGS”. Press 2.
You can leave the settings menu by
pressing 4.
OK
8
7
6
Volume adjustment according to speed (Vol/Speed)
When the speed of your vehicle is more
than 40km/h, the volume level outputs
higher than original volume level.
Adjust the volume/speed ratio by pressing zone 1.
Loudness
Tap “On” or “Off” to turn off or on the
loudness.
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Bass, Mid, Treble
Tap left arrow or right arrow to adjust
the Bass, Mid or Treble.
After setting Bass, Mid or Treble, tap
“OK”.
THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The navigation system
The navigation system calculates your
position and guides you by using data:
– from the GPS receiver;
– from the digital map.
The GPS receiver
The navigation system uses GPS
(Global Positioning System) satellites
orbiting the Earth.
The GPS receiver receives signals
transmitted from several satellites. The
system can then locate the position of
the vehicle.
Note: after moving a long distance
without driving (ferry, rail freight), the
system may take several minutes to
adjust before retuning to normal operation.
“Map” USB key
Install the most recent version by inserting your USB key into a computer
that is connected to the Internet. Refer
to the section on “Map update”.
C
Note: USB key is not supplied with the
system.
If possible, always use the most recent
version.
Insert the USB key
Insert the USB key into the USB
socket C on the system.
The digital map
The digital map contains the road maps
and town maps that the system requires.
C
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READ A MAP (1/3)
1
4
112D/3D mode.
5
12Mute/unmute the voice guidance.
GPS Location info
This function makes it possible to find
out the geographical location of the selected position (Address/latitude/longitude).
Options
3
OK
2
Options
12
11 10 9
8
7
6
Displaying the map
Map key
To display the map around the current
vehicle position, press “Home” > “Show
map”.
4 Name of the next major road or road
sign information, if applicable.
Touch the map screen.
5 Distance to and direction of next
change of direction.
To move around the navigation map,
drag the desired direction on the
screen.
6 Estimated time of arrival.
Press 3 to change the scale.
8 Location of the vehicle on the navigation map.
Rotate the map by pressing 1.
7 Distance remaining to the destination.
9 Route calculated by the navigation
system.
10Indicates the direction change.
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Touch desired position on the screen.
Press “Options” and then press “News”
to find out the exact location of the selected position.
2D/3D mode
Press 11 to change the map view between 2D and 3D.
Map icons
The navigation system uses icons 2 to
display points of interest (POI). Refer to
the information on “Display points of interest” in the section on “Map settings”.
READ A MAP (2/3)
– Phone country code;
– Emergency number;
Country Info: France
Where Am I?
Within
Expressway
Towns Countryside
Motorway
Latitude
Longitude
Emergency
Phone Country
number
Code
Maximum blood alcohol content
Altitude
Snow Chains required in winter.
Options
13
Help Nearby
– Legal Restrictions effective in the
country:
– Maximum blood alcohol;
– Visibility vest required;
– Fire extinguisher required;
– Headlights must be on at all
times;
– Spare bulbs required;
– First aid kit required;
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– Warning triangle required;
Where am I?
Country information
This function allows you to check information about the current position and
to search for POI nearby. It operates
when GPS is connected.
Press 13 then “Country Info”.
– Snow chains required in winter;
Tap “Options” on the map screen and
then tap “Where Am I?”.
This function allows you to view country
information depending on your current
position.
This screen includes the following information:
– Winter tyres required in winter;
This screen includes the following information:
–Latitude;
–Longitude;
–Altitude;
– Speed limits;
Speed limits are displayed for expressways. Displayed unit depends
on active regional settings. If data
not available, then “--” shown instead
of table and number.
– Helmets required for motorcyclists;
– Snow chains recommended in
winter;
– Winter tyres recommended in
winter.
– House number;
– Current address.
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READ A MAP (3/3)
Help Nearby
Where Am I?
Latitude
Car Repair
Health
Longitude
Around here
Around here
Altitude
Police
Petrol Station
Around here
Options
Around here
Help Nearby
14
Nearby assistance
This function allows you to search for
assistance near your current position.
Tap 14 to open a new screen for the
quick search.
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Information on this screen:
– Car repair services;
– Medical and emergency services;
– Police stations;
– Gas stations.
To search a destination from this
screen, refer to the section on “Entering a destination” and the information
on “Select one of the “Points of Interest (POI)”.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (1/6)
Destination menu
Press “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
to access the destination menu.
Navigation
The destination menu offers several
methods to enter a destination:
– enter an address (complete or partial);
Address
– select an address from the “Points of
interest” (POI);
Favourites
– select a destination from the previous destinations;
2
1
Destination
Points of interest
Find on Map
Route
History
Coordinate
Options
Options
– select an address from the Favourites;
– select for destination by using the
map;
– select a latitude and longitude.
Entering an address
Tap 1
This item allows you to enter all or part
of the address: country, town, street
and number.
Note: only addresses known to the
system through the digital map are authorised.
When using for the first time:
– Tap the “Country”.
– Tap the keyboard button to enter the
name of the country required.
When entering the address the
system will remove the brightness of
certain letters to help enter the address.
The system may suggest several
country lists by pressing 2. Select
the required country in the lists.
– Proceed in the same way for “Town/
Suburb”, “Street”, “Intersecting
Street” and “Street Number”.
Note: “Intersecting Street” and “Street
Number” are activated after selecting
“Street”.
Note: when entering the street, it is not
necessary to specify the type of road
(street, avenue, boulevard, etc.).
Note: the system stores previous addresses in its memory. Once you have
entered a destination by address, then
the next time, it is the previous address
that will be given.
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ENTERING A DESTINATION (2/6)
Quick search for points of interest
3
The quick search feature lets you
quickly find a place.
Points of interest
Tap the map somewhere to search for
points of interest. The point 3 appears.
Press 4 and then “Points of interest
around cursor” to show the list of points
of interest with names and distance
from point 3.
Options
OK
4
Select from the “Points of interest” (POI)
You can select your destination from
the Points of Interest.
You can find a place in different ways:
– with the quick search feature, you
can quickly find a nearby place by its
name.
– with the preset search feature, you
can find frequently searched types of
places with only a few screen taps.
– you can search for a place by its category.
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Petrol Station
Around My Position
Parking
Around My Position
Custom Search
Restaurant
Around My Position
Searching for points of interest
using preset categories
The preset search feature lets you
quickly find the most frequently selected types of places.
Press “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
> “Points of interest” to access preset
categories.
Categories(petrol station/parking/
restaurant)
– If an active route exists, “Petrol Station” and “Restaurant” are searched
along the route, and “Parking” is
searched around the destination.
– If there is no active route (destination
is not selected), they are searched
around the current position.
– If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are
searched around the last known position.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (3/6)
Where to find points of interest?
In a Town/Suburb
Around My Position
Along route
Around Destination
Searching for Points of Interest by
category
You can search for Points of Interest by
their categories and subcategories.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Points of interest” > “Custom Search”.
– Press “Along route” to search along
the active route, and not around a
given point. This is useful when you
search for a later stopover that results in a minimal detour only, such
as searching for nearby petrol stations or restaurants (the result list will
be ranked by the length of the necessary detour).
– Tap “Around My Position” to search
around the current position or if it is
not available, around the last know
position (the result list will be ordered
by the distance from this position).
– Tap “Around Destination” to search
for a place around the destination
of the active route (the result list will
be ordered by the distance from the
destination).
5
Navigation
Address
Favourites
Destination
Points of interest
Find on Map
Route
History
Coordinate
Options
Selecting a destination from
the previous destinations
You can find the destination to a location that you have lastly set as the destination. Tap 5.
Select the area around which the place
should be searched for:
–Tap “In a Town/Suburb” to search
for a place within a selected town/
suburb (the result list will be ordered
by the distance from the center of the
selected city/town).
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ENTERING A DESTINATION (4/6)
Selecting an address from
the Favourites
You can find the destination to a location stored in the Favourites. To utilize
this function more effectively, destinations that you often travel to should be
stored in advance.
Coordinate
First of all, store in the Favourites by
searching the address. Refer to the
section on “Managing the favourites”.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
> “Favourites” to display the list of favorite destinations.
Options
OK
6
Options
7
8
Selecting for destination by
using the map
Entering the coordinate of
the destination
This allows you search for a destination
by scrolling the map.
This allows you search for a destination
by entering its coordinate.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Find on Map” to select destination on
the map.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Coordinate”.
Press on the location on the map that
you want to select as your destination.
The 6 point is displayed.
Tap 7 to select the point 6 as the destination.
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OK
You can enter the latitude and longitude
values in any of the following formats:
decimal degrees; degrees and decimal
minutes; or degrees, minutes and decimal seconds.
Tap 8 and then tap “UTM” to enter the
coordinate in UTM format.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (5/6)
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Points of interest found
Add to Favourites
News
Back to Car
Close
Options
Find
9
Options
10
OK
11
12
Sorting the list
Confirming the destination
The result of searching a destination by
point of interest, history and favourites
can be sorted by name and distance.
If an active route exists, they can be
sorted by detour. And they also can be
shown all on map. Tap 9.
There are several possible options
before confirming a destination:
Finding a destination by
names
In case of selecting a destination by
point of interest, history and favourites,
you can search for destination in the
list by their names. Tap 10 and enter
names using keyboard.
–OK;
– Add to favourite destinations;
–Info;
– Return to vehicle.
OK
– If there is no active route (destination
is not selected), tap 12 to confirm the
destination as a new route.
–If an active route exists, you can
select the destination as a new route
or waypoint. Tap 12 and then tap
“New Route” or “Waypoint”.
Add to favourites
Tap 11 and then tap 13 to store selected destination in favourites.
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ENTERING A DESTINATION (6/6)
Return to vehicle.
14
Press 15 to return to the current vehicle
position.
Add to Favourites
News
Back to Car
Close
15
Info
This item allows you to consult the address, latitude, longitude and phone
number (phone number is only activated after selecting a point of interest).
Tap 14.
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GUIDANCE (1/5)
Map Settings
View Mode
3D
q2D
Viewpoint
Low
Normal
Motorway View
Off
On
High
POI Markers
Options
OK
Options
1
Activating guidance
Guidance screens
Tap 1 or wait 10 seconds after having
entered a destination. Guidance will
begin.
The system will offer several different
navigation maps.
This mode allows you to view the navigation map on the entire screen.
Press “Home” > “Options” > “Map Settings” and then press “2D” or “3D” to
change the map display.
The information on the arrival time and
the distance remaining to the destination are located in the bottom right of
the map.
You can also change the map display
by pressing compass on the map.
The different possible full screen displays are:
Full screen mode (2D or 3D)
The indication for the next change of direction is located in the right side of the
map.
– 2D;
– 3D.
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GUIDANCE (2/5)
Voice Language
Options
Options
2
Intersection map
Motorway junction view
During guidance, before each change
of direction, the system will automatically display a close-up of the intersection.
During guidance, before each motorway junction, this system will display a
3-dimensional view of the junction.
The system will automatically switch
back to normal scale after you have
passed through the intersection.
3
4
Scroll the language list by pressing 4.
Tap the desired language and then
tap 3 to confirm.
Note: for some junctions, only a small
turn arrow will appear on the map.
The system will switch back to normal
mode after you have passed the junction.
Listening to the radio during
voice guidance
Changing voice guidance language
The system will automatically switch the
sound back on once you have passed
through the junction.
Press 2 and then “NAVI” > “Options”,
“Voice Settings” to change the language of the voice guidance.
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OK
While listening to a radio station, the
system cuts off the radio sound while
the voice guidance is active before
each change of direction.
GUIDANCE (3/5)
Route information
This function allows you to view your
route.
Select “Home” > “NAVI” > “Route” after
entering a destination.
Six choices will be given:
– “Edit Route”,
–“Avoidances”,
–“Overview”,
– “Cancel Route”,
– “Route Alternatives”,
–“Route”.
Options
5
Route overview
Press “Home” > “NAVI” > “Route” >
“Overview” to get a map with an overview of the active route.
The following information will be given:
– The name and/or address of the destination;
– The total time of the route;
– The total distance of the route;
– the special points and sections of the
route (e.g. toll gates, toll roads, motorways, etc.);
– alternative routes (e.g. Short, Fast,
Economical).
Press 5 to display the following options:
– alternative routes;
–route;
– route settings.
Note: for further information, please
see overleaf.
6
7 8 9 10
– Simulate Navigation
This function allows you to quickly
view the required route.
Start or pause the simulation by
pressing 8.
Tap 
10 to increase the speed of the
simulation.
You can leave the route simulation at
any given moment by pressing 6.
You can move to previous/next manoeuvre by pressing 7 or 9.
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GUIDANCE (4/5)
11
Route Alternatives
Edit Route
Fast
Economical
Short
OK
Options
14
13
12
Edit route
Press “Home” > “Route” > “Edit Route”
to modify the route by changing the list
of stages. You can add or remove waypoints, reorder the list.
Tap 11 to add waypoints and tap 14 to
add a new destination. It offers several
methods to enter a destination. see the
“Entering a destination” section.
Tap 12 to delete a destination.
Tap 13 to reorder the list.
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OK
16
15
Avoidances
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Avoidances”
to make a detour. Tap a section on the
list you want to make a detour.
You can change the section by pressing 15.
Confirm the new route by pressing 16.
Cancel the route
At any given moment, you can stop the
guidance.
Press “Home” > “Route” > “Cancel
Route” to cancel the active route.
18
14
17
Route Alternatives
This item allows you to change route
planning method.
There are three options with distance
and time to change route planning
method:
–Fast;
–Economical;
–Short.
Refer to the information on “Route settings” in the section on “Navigation settings”.
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Route Alternatives” and then tap 17.
Confrim the new route by pressing 18.
GUIDANCE (5/5)
Tap 19 to sort the details of the route:
– by summary;
It only shows the waypoints (start,
via, destination) and their distance,
remaining time and arrival time.
Route - Normal
– by normal;
Options
19
”Route”
This function makes it possible to view
the route plan.
Several details of the route will appear:
– direction-change arrows;
It shows all the maneuvers and their
signpost information, route numbers,
street name and distance. It also
shows informational and warning entries, such as settlement names the
driver enters, restrictions (access
and maneuver restrictions), ignored
user preferences, etc.
”Map Settings”
This item enables you to choose your
route settings.
Refer to the information on “Route settings” in the section entitled “Navigation
settings”.
Note: Configuring the route according
to the road type selected can strongly
affect the proposed route.
– by road list.
It sections the route to road names
and road numbers. It also shows
their length, average direction and
travel time information. Waypoints
are not shown in this mode.
– road number;
– distance before a fork.
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MAP SETTINGS
Display points of interest
You can select certain points of interest
(visible at 100 m scale) to be displayed
on the map.
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Map Settings
Navigation
Map Settings
Map Settings
Warnings
Voice Settings
Coordinate Format
Destination
GPS
View Mode
3D
Viewpoint
Low
Motorway View
Off
High
On
Options
Route
Tap 2 and then tap 1 to access map
setting menu.
Adjusting view mode
This function allows you to switch the
map view between a 3D view and a 2D
top-down view.
3
Adjusting viewpoint
This function allows you to adjust the
basic zoom and tilt levels to your needs.
Three levels are available.
Press “Low”, “Normal” or “HIGH”.
Motorway View
This function allows you to activate or
deactivate motorway view.
Tap “On” or “Off”.
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Normal
POI Markers
2
Press “3D” or “2D”.
2D
To access this function directly, press 3
to display the points of interest on the
map:
–Accommodation;
–Airport;
–Automotive;
–Business;
– Cafe or Bar;
–etc.
Tap “On” or “Off” to show or hide the
points of interest.
Tap the name of the point of interest to
open the list of its subcategories.
Note: In countries for which maps
are not available, you can deactivate
the navigation function. Press “Off” in
“System setting” to deactivate the navigation function.
MANAGING THE FAVOURITES (1/2)
– Address: refer to the information on
“Entering an address” in the section
on “Entering a destination”.
– History: refer to the information on
“Select a destination from the previous destinations” in the section entitled “Entering a destination”.
Navigation
Warnings
Route Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate Format
Destination
Route
Map Settings
GPS
Options
Creating an entry
Tap “Home” > “Destination” to access
the destination menu. You have a
number of methods available to enter
a destination:
– Address: refer to the information on
“Entering an address” in the section
on “Entering a destination”.
– Find on Map: refer to the information
on “Selecting a destination on the
map” in the section on “Entering a
destination”.
– Coordinate: refer to the information
on “Entering the coordinate of the
destination” in the section on “Entering a destination”.
Add to Favourites
News
Back to Car
Close
In all cases, once the address is confirmed, the system will locate it on the
map. Tap “Options” and then tap “Add
to Favourites” to the destination as favourites.
Before saving favourites, you can
change the name of the favourite by
using keyboard.
– Point of interest: please refer to the
information on “Selecting a point of
interest (POI)” in the section entitled
“Entering a destination”.
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MANAGING THE FAVOURITES (2/2)
To delete all favourites, tap “Options”
and then tap “Delete All”. Confirm by
pressing “Delete All”.
Searching the favourite
Sort by Name
Sort by Distance
Show All on Map
Tap “Find” and enter the name of the
favourite by using keyboard.
Delete All
Close
Sorting the list
The result of saved favourites can be
sorted by name, distance, and shown
all on map. Press “Options”.
Deleting the favourites
Tap the favourite you want to delete.
Tap “Options”, “Delete favourite” and
confirm by pressing “Delete”.
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This function allows you to search the
favourite in the list by its saved name.
NAVIGATION SETTINGS (1/4)
The following alert types are available:
1
Warnings
Navigation
Warnings
Route Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate Format
Destination
– Audio warning: you receive a nonverbal warning when you exceed the
speed limit.
Route
Warn When Speeding
Off
On
Speed Limit Always Visible
Off
On
Alert point warnings
Off
Map Settings
GPS
On
–Visual warning: the current speed
limit is shown on the map when you
exceed it.
Tap “On” or “Off” to turn on or off the
warning.
Speed limit always visible
Options
You can set speed limits always visible.
This function can be turned on or off in
this menu.
The “Navigation Settings” menu allows
you to change the display of the map or
navigation parameters.
Warnings
This item allows you to set up warnings.
Tap 1 to access menu of warnings.
Warn when speeding
Maps may contain information about
the speed limits of the road segments.
The system is able to warn you if you
exceed the current limit. This information may not be available for your
region or may not be fully correct for all
roads on the map.
Alert point warnings
When the driver passes an alert point,
a warning sign appears on the screen.
This function can be turned on or off in
this menu.
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NAVIGATION SETTINGS (2/4)
Motorway
You might need to avoid motorways
when you are driving a slow car or you
are towing another vehicle.
2
Route Settings
Navigation
Route Planning Method
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Motorway
Fast
Short
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Eco
Period Charge
Voice Settings
Coordinate Format
Destination
Route
GPS
Per-use Toll
Options
Route settings
This function allows you to set how
routes will be calculated.
Tap 2 to access menu of route setting.
Route planning method
This system will offer 3 main route priority criteria:
– Fast: gives a quick route if you can
travel at or near the speed limit on all
roads;
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Options
– Short: gives a short route to minimise
the distance to travel;
– Eco: this mode produces a compromise between fast and short routing
modes. If you can save a certain distance by travelling for slightly longer
time in exchange, it will do just that.
The resulting route might be shorter
than the fast variant, but not significantly slower.
Period charge
It enables or disables the use of roads
for which a special license has to be
purchased in order to make use of
these roads during a certain period.
Per-use toll
It enables or disables the use of roads
for which toll has to be paid to use only
once a certain part of a road.
Ferries
It enables or disables the usage of all
types of ferries, ships and trains.
Off-road tracks
Authorise or do not authorise the use of
off-road tracks.
NAVIGATION SETTINGS (3/4)
Coordinate Format
Navigation
Warnings
Route Settings
Voice Settings
Map Settings
Coordinate Format
Destination
Route
GPS
Options
3
Map settings
Data format
Refer to the information in the section
on “Map settings”.
This function allows you to change the
format of coordinate.
Voice settings
Tap 3 to change the format of coordinate.
This function allows you to change the
language of voice guidance.
This system will offer 3 types of format.
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NAVIGATION SETTINGS (4/4)
A
GPS Information
Navigation
Available Satellites: 9
Warnings
Route Settings
Voice Settings
Map Settings
Coordinate Format
GPS
Accuracy: HIGH
Destination
Route
Options
4
GPS
This function allows you to check the
status of GPS satellites.
Tap 4 to see the GPS information
(screen A).
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DRIVING ECO²
Driving eco² Score
“Journey record”
”Guideline”
This menu shows you the data saved
from your last journey:
This menu assesses your driving style
and gives you the best possible advice
to optimise your fuel consumption.
– “Average fuel consumption”;
Distance:
Duration
– “Total fuel consumption”;
Average fuel consumption
A
Total fuel consumption
Acceleration
Average speed
B
GSI
Anticipation
Dist. without consumption
Guideline
Reset
C
– “Average speed”;
–mileage done without consuming
fuel;
– average environmental driving performance (A zone);
– gear change indicator (B zone);
– braking anticipation (zone C).
Access the Driving eco²
menu
From the main menu, press “Vehicle”,
then “Driving eco²”.
Note: Press the “Reset” button on the
instrument panel to start a new journey
once the application has launched.
The “Driving eco²” menu grants access
to the following information:
– “Journey record”;
–“Guideline”.
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PAIRING, UNPAIRING BLUETOOTH® DEVICES (1/2)
Bluetooth® connection
Check that the Bluetooth® connection
is "ON”. To do this, tap “Home” > “SETTINGS”, select “Bluetooth”.
Pairing a Bluetooth® phone
To use your hands-free system, pair
your Bluetooth® phone with your vehicle's multimedia system. Check that the
Bluetooth® of your phone is activated
and set its status to “visible”.
Pairing will enable the hands-free
phone system to recognise and store a
phone. You can pair up to eight phones,
but only one can be connected at a
time.
Pairing can be performed either via the
multimedia system or via your phone.
Your multimedia system and phone
must both be switched on.
Pairing a Bluetooth® telephone
from the multimedia system
On your multimedia system, from the
home screen, press “SETTINGS”, then
“Search for Bluetooth Device”. From
your phone, carry out the procedure in
the following order:
Bluetooth Settings
View Bluetooth Device List
Search for Bluetooth Device
External Device Authorization
Audio
Display
Bluetooth
System
Press “Search for Bluetooth Device” or
“External Device Authorization” on the
screen.
Note: when pairing, ensure any other
phones already paired are not connected to the hands-free system.
The phone is automatically stored and
connected to the vehicle. If pairing fails,
repeat these operations.
Depending on the make and model
of your phone, the hands-free functions may be partially or fully incompatible with the multimedia system.
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– Activate the Bluetooth® connection
on your telephone and set its status
to “visible”.
–start a search for the Bluetooth®
phones present in the vicinity (refer
to your phone's user guide);
–select your phone from the list of
devices found by the multimedia
system;
– on the telephone keypad enter the
Bluetooth® code displayed on the
multimedia system screen or accept
the code displayed on your phone
(depending on the phone).
Note: some phones don’t require entering of the Bluetooth® code.
PAIRING, UNPAIRING BLUETOOTH® DEVICES (2/2)
Pairing a Bluetooth® telephone to
the multimedia system from the
phone
–activate your phone’s Bluetooth®
connection;
– from the multimedia system, press
“External Device Authorization”;
– on your phone, start a search for the
Bluetooth® devices present in the
vicinity (refer to your phone's user
guide);
–select “MEDIA-NAV” (name of the
multimedia system) from the list displayed on your phone's screen.
Note: if no phones are connected,
press button L on the steering column
control. Two options are displayed:
– “Search for Bluetooth Device”;
– “View Bluetooth Device List”.
Your phone is automatically stored and
connected to the multimedia system. If
pairing fails, repeat these operations.
Press 1. Press the waste-bin icon on
the phone name to be removed from
the list. Confirm your choice by selecting “OK”.
1
Bluetooth Settings
You can also delete all devices in the
list by pressing “Options”, “Delete All”
then confirm your choice by selecting
“OK”.
View Bluetooth Device List
Search for Bluetooth Device
External Device Authorization
Connection failure
Audio
Display
Bluetooth
System
Unpairing a Bluetooth®
phone
Unpairing allows a phone to be deleted
from the multimedia system memory.
For more information, refer to your telephone’s user guide.
Your hands-free system is
only intended to facilitate
communication by reducing
the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must
always comply with the laws of the
country in which you are travelling.
If connection fails, check that:
– your telephone is switched on;
– your phone is configured to accept
the multimedia system’s automatic
connection request;
– your phone battery is not flat;
– your telephone has been paired with
the multimedia system;
–the Bluetooth® function on your
phone and on the multimedia system
is activated.
Note: using your hands-free system for
prolonged periods of time will discharge
your phone’s battery more quickly.
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CONNECTING, DISCONNECTING BLUETOOTH® DEVICES (1/2)
Connecting a Bluetooth®
device
Your phone must be connected to the
hands-free phone system in order to
use all its functions.
No phone can be connected to the
hands-free phone system if it has not
first been paired.
Please refer to the information on “Pairing a telephone” in the “Pairing, unpairing a telephone” section.
Note: your telephone’s Bluetooth®
connection must be active and set to
“visible”.
Automatic connection
As soon as the phone system is switched on, the hands-free kit searches for
paired telephones in the vicinity.
Note:
– you can use automatic telephone
connection with the ignition switched
on. You may need to activate the automatic Bluetooth® connection on
your hands-free phone system. To
do this, refer to your telephone user
manual;
– when reconnecting, and when two
paired phones are within range
of the hands-free system, the last
phone to have been connected will
take priority, even if this phone is outside the vehicle but within range of
the hands-free system.
Note: if a call is already in progress
when your hands-free phone system is
connected, the phone will automatically
be connected and the conversation will
switch to the vehicle speakers.
Note: the priority phone is the last to
have been connected.
Searching will continue until a paired
phone is found (this may take up to five
minutes).
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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Manual connection (changing the
phone connected)
From the main menu, carry out the following operations:
– press “Phone”;
– press “View Bluetooth Device List”.
The list of phones already paired is displayed.
– Select the name of the telephone
that you wish to connect, then press
«OK» to confirm the selection.
Your telephone is connected to the multimedia system.
Note: if a telephone is already connected, when changing phones on the list
of phones already paired the existing
connection is replaced automatically
with that of the new phone requested.
CONNECTING, DISCONNECTING BLUETOOTH® DEVICES (2/2)
Connection failure
Disconnect a phone
If connection fails, check that:
To disconnect your telephone, you can:
– your telephone is switched on and
visible to other devices;
– disconnect your multimedia system’s
Bluetooth® function;
– your telephone battery is not flat;
– deactivate your phone’s Bluetooth®
function;
– your phone has already been paired
to the hands-free phone system;
–the Bluetooth® on your phone and
on the multimedia system are active;
– the phone is configured to accept
the multimedia system’s connection
request.
Note: using your hands-free phone
system for prolonged periods will discharge your phone’s battery more
quickly.
To unpair and delete the Bluetooth®
phone, see the information under
“Unpairing a Bluetooth® device” in the
section “Pairing, unpairing Bluetooth®
devices”.
– delete the paired phone via the multimedia system’s telephone menu.
If the phone is switched off, the telephone will be disconnected.
A message is then displayed on your
screen to confirm that the phone is disconnected.
Note: if a call is in progress when the
phone is disconnected, the call will
automatically be transferred to your
phone.
To deactivate your phone’s Bluetooth®,
refer to your phone's user guide.
Your hands-free phone
system is only intended to
facilitate communication by
reducing the risk factors,
without removing them completely.
You must always comply with the
laws of the country in which you are
travelling.
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PHONE BOOK
Note: system may ask whether to
transfer phone’s Phone Book into system’s Phone Book in certain phones.
1
Phone book
Calling a number in the
Phone Book
After finding the contact in the Phone
Book you want to call, you can select
the number and make a call.
Search by Name
2
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Phone Book” to access the system’s
Phone Book.
Using your Phone Book
You can use the Phone Book entries
stored on the memory of phone.
After connecting your system and Bluetooth® phone via Bluetooth® wireless
technology, the numbers in your device
Phone Book are automatically transferred into the system’s Phone Book.
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Searching the Phone Book
contact by alphabet
If there are many contacts in the Phone
Book list, it can be useful to display
them in the alphabetical order for easier
searching.
Tap 2 and then enter the name of contact you want to search by using keyboard.
It is recommended that you
stop your vehicle before entering a number or searching for a contact.
MAKING, RECEIVING A CALL (1/2)
Dialling a number from the
call history
1
You can use the calling list stored on
the memory of phone.
Lists of calls
After connecting your unit and
Bluetooth® phone via Bluetooth® wireless technology, the numbers in your
phone’s All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Incoming Calls, and Missed Calls list is
transferred automatically into calling
list.
All
5
Dial
4
3
2
Dialling a number from the
phonebook
Refer to the information on “Calling a
number in the phonebook” in the section on “Phonebook”.
Making a call from the phonebook
With the telephone connected, from the
“Phone device” menu, press “Phone
Book”.
Select the contact (or the relevant
number if the contact has more than
one). The call will be started automatically after you press the contact’s
number.
Press 1 to scroll through the list, then
“List of calls”.
Tap 5 to access to the list of All Calls.
Tap 4 to access the list of Outgoing
Calls.
Tap 3 to access the list of Incoming
Calls.
Tap 2 to access the list of Missed Calls.
For each list, the contacts are listed
from the most recent to the oldest.
Select a contact to make the call.
7
6
Entering a number
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Dial” to make a call entering a number.
Tap the number buttons to make a call
and then tap 7
To correct a number tap 6. Press and
hold 6 to delete all the numbers at once.
It is recommended that you
stop your vehicle before
entering a number or searching for a contact.
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MAKING, RECEIVING A CALL (2/2)
Dial
Incoming call
Accept
Refuse
1
2
3
Receiving a call
During a call
When receiving a call, the reception
screen is displayed with any information available on the caller:
During a call you can:
–the name of the contact (if the
number is present in the phonebook
list);
– the caller’s number;
– “Unknown” (if the number cannot be
viewed).
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4
5
–switch the microphone on/off by
pressing 2 or 3;
– hang up by pressing 1;
– hear sound through the phone speaker by pressing 4;
–hear sound through the vehicle
speaker by pressing 5.
REVERSING CAMERA
Guide activation, deactivation
1
2
You can activate or deactivate the guide
display by pressing 1 or 2.
Note: For further information on the
reversing camera, please see your driver’s handbook.
Settings
Press “+” or “-” to set the contrast 3 and
the brightness 4.
4
3
Operation
When reversing (and up to approx. 5
seconds after shifting to another gear),
a view of the area behind the vehicle
is displayed on the instrument panel
together with the guide lines and the
contrast and brightness controls.
When the red zone is reached, use the
bumper image to stop accurately.
Note: Make sure that the reversing
camera is not obscured (by dirt, mud,
snow, etc.).
This function is an additional aid. It cannot, therefore,
under any circum-stances
replace the vigilance or the
responsibility of the driver.
The driver should always look out
for sudden hazards during driving:
always ensure that there are no
moving obstacles (such as a child,
animal, pram, bicycle, etc.) or small,
narrow objects such as stones or
posts in your path when manoeuvring.
The screen shows a reverse image.
The gauge is a representation projected onto flat ground. This information must not be taken into account when superimposed on a
vertical object or an object on the
ground.
Objects which appear on the edge
of the screen may be deformed.
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
sunshine etc.), the camera vision
may be adversely affected.
If the boot is open or not properly closed, the message «BOOT
OPEN» appears and the camera
display disappears.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS (1/2)
« AC info »
SETTINGS
Display Brightness
Map Mode
AC info
System setting
Low
AVERAGE HIGH
Language
Auto
Day
Clock/Units
Off
On
Night
System settings
Display
« Language »
Factory Settings
ON
Navigation
Audio
This function activates/deactivates the
display of air conditioning information
when adjusting settings.
Bluetooth
System
Audio
Display
OFF
Bluetooth
System
To access the system parameters:
« Map Mode »
– Tap “Home”, “SETTINGS”;
To improve the visibility of the map
screen between day and night, you can
change the combination of the colours
of the map.
– «Auto»: the GPS displays the map
screen. The switch to daytime or
night-time running lights is automatic, depending on whether the headlights are on.
–«Day»: the map screen is always
displayed with bright colours.
– «Night»: the map screen is always
displayed using darker colours.
– tap the menu on the bottom of the
screen;
– select an item.
Display settings
Display brightness
You can set the brightness of the
screen.
Set the display brightness to «Low»,
«Mid» (Medium) or «High».
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This function allows you to change the
language used in the system and voice
guidance language.
SYSTEM SETTINGS (2/2)
« Hour »
« Factory Settings »
This function allows you to choose
between «12H» and «24H» time format.
This function allows you to initialize various settings to the default settings.
Note: The time is set automatically by
the GPS system, so you will need the
maps for the country in which you are
currently located to get the local time.
– «All»: resets all the settings to the
default settings.
– «Phone device»: resets all the settings related to the phone.
– «Navigation»: resets all the settings
related to navigation.
– « Au d i o -M edi a-R adi o-S ystem»:
resets all the settings related to
Audio/Media/Radio.
To change the time manually, press
“Clock/Units”, then select “Time Setting”.
« Units »
This function allows you to set the unit
of distance displayed on your navigation system. You can choose between
«km» and «mls».
Audio setting
Please refer to the “Sound settings”
section.
« Bluetooth Settings »
Refer to the section entitled “Pairing/
unpairing Bluetooth® devices”.
« Navigation »
This function enables you to activate or
deactivate the system navigation.
« System Version »
This function allows you to check the
version of system.
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UPDATING THE SYSTEM (1/4)
Installing the software
Install the Naviextras Toolbox in a few
clicks on your computer. The Toolbox
can be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website.
After downloading the installation
file from the website http://renault.
naviextras.com, simply double-click the
file to start the installation.
Follow the instructions shown on the
screen.
Creating an internet account
Using the USB key and a computer with
an Internet connection, you can:
– update your map content;
– update the multimedia system;
– purchase new maps;
– upgrade the POI content.
In certain countries it is illegal to
download and activate the warning
areas and this can lead to prosecution.
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To log in, click on the “Not logged in”
icon in the toolbar at the top of the page
or click the “Log in” button on the main
screen of the Toolbox. If you are not
registered on the website Naviextras.
com, you can do this from the Toolbox
by clicking on “Register” on the log-in
page.
Latest map guarantee
Once your new vehicle has been delivered, you will have a maximum of
90 days in which to update the map for
free. Once this time has elapsed, you
will need to pay for updates.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
UPDATING THE SYSTEM (2/4)
Registering the system with
the Toolbox
To register your multimedia system on
your user profile, first insert an empty
USB key into the multimedia system.
Note: to insert the USB key, refer to the
information on “Inserting the USB key”
in the “Navigation system” section.
Note: the USB key is not provided with
the multimedia system.
Note: the USB key used must be formatted to FAT32 format and have a
minimum capacity of 4GB and a maximum capacity of 32GB.
The update procedure starts automatically. Do not use any of the multimedia
system functions during the update procedure.
Navigation
When the update is completed, the
multimedia system restarts with all new
and up-to-date functionality.
Update
Close
Destination
Route
Options
Saving the system on a USB key
When the USB key is inserted into the
multimedia system's USB port, select
"NAVI” > “Options” > “Map Update” >
“Options” > “Update” on the second
page.
Insert your USB key in your computer
(the computer must already be connected to the internet). When your
system is successfully connected and
the Toolbox finds it in the list of supported systems, the system (or software) name will appear at the top of the
Toolbox window.
If you have followed the instructions,
and successfully connected your USB
key and then logged in, then your multimedia system is already registered into
your user profile.
Note: to register the system on the USB
key, start the vehicle and do not switch
off the engine while data is loading.
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UPDATING THE SYSTEM (3/4)
Downloading updates to the
USB key
If you purchased any free or pay contents, please click on the updates
button in the menu bar on the left side
of Toolbox.
The updates button will open a screen
which shows all available updates, including:
– items that you have purchased but
not yet installed (updates or extras);
By default, all items belonging to all
regions are selected for installation. If
you decide to skip a region for now, uncheck the checkbox at the beginning of
its table row. After reviewing the table,
click “Install” at the bottom of the screen
to start the installation process.
The Toolbox starts to download and install the selected updates. Please wait
until you see the message indicating
the update has finished.
– free updates and extras that you
added to the installation file from the
catalogue;
– system updates (if a newer version
available);
– and special free updates.
The list shows all available updates by
region in a list and on a world map.
The Toolbox warns you if the selected items exceed the maximum
capacity of the multimedia system.
In this case, you can select which
items can be installed or removed
in the system so that it does not
exceed the storage limit.
Even if items are removed in the
system, you still have ownership of
items and can install them later for
free.
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Please neither remove the USB key
from the multimedia system, nor
shut this latter down while update is
in progress.
In certain countries it is illegal to download and activate the speed camera
warnings and this could
lead to prosecution.
UPDATING THE SYSTEM (4/4)
Updating the system and
map
Downloading updates to the vehicle
When the process of downloading is
completed, the USB key can be removed from the computer. Insert the
USB key into the USB port of the vehicle's multimedia system.
Note: to update maps, start the vehicle
and do not switch off the engine while
data is loading.
When the multimedia system is turned
on, it automatically identifies the available updates on the USB key, and
offers to update the system or map from
the updates found on the USB key. Do
not switch off your multimedia system
while the update is being installed.
Note: downloading and installing a
system update is only possible if there
is a newer version available.
When the update is completed, the
multimedia system restarts with all new
and up-to-date functionality.
A
Update Info
Current Software Info
Old version.
New Software Info
New version.
Update
2
1
– The screen A is displayed automatically once the USB key is connected;
–press 2 to run the update;
–previous 1 to go back to the previous
screen.
The update procedure starts automatically. Do not use any of the system
functions during the update procedure.
The multimedia system might restart automatically during the update process.
Please wait for the radio screen to be displayed.
Licence
To obtain the GPL, LGPL, MPL and
other open source licence source
codes in this product, please visit the
http://opensource.lge.com website.
As well as the source code all the terms
of the licence, warranty exclusions
and copyright details are available for
download.
LG Electronics will also provide you
with Open Source code on a CD-ROM
against payment of distribution costs
(such as media, shipping and handling costs) on request by post to
opensource@lge.com.
This offer is valid for three years as of
the date on which you purchased the
product.
If the update is accidentally interrupted, restart the process from the
beginning.
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OPERATING FAULTS (1/2)
Description
No image is displayed.
No sound can be heard.
System
Causes
The screen is on standby.
Solutions
Ensure that the screen is not on standby.
The system is deactivated.
The interior temperature of the vehicle is
too low or too high.
The volume is set to minimum or mute.
Increase the volume or deactivate mute.
No sound comes from the left, right, front The balance or fader settings are incor- Adjust the sound balance or fader coror rear speakers.
rect.
rectly.
Navigation
Description
No sound can be heard.
Causes
Solutions
The volume on the “NAVI” menu is set to Increase the volume (“Options” in the
minimum or mute.
“NAVI” menu) or deactivate the mute
function.
The volume in GPS mode can be adjusted during voice guidance.
The location of the vehicle on the screen Incorrect positioning of the vehicle Move the vehicle until reception of the
does not correspond to its actual loca- caused by GPS reception.
GPS signal is improved.
tion.
The directions on the screen do not cor- The version of sytem is out of date.
respond to the actual road.
Certain items on the menu are not avail- Depending on the current command,
able.
some items will be unavailable.
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Obtain the latest version of the system.
OPERATING FAULTS (2/2)
Navigation
Description
Voice guidance is unavailable.
Causes
Solutions
The navigation system does not include Increase the volume.
the intersection.
Ensure voice guidance is activated.
Voice guidance is deactivated.
The directions of the voice guidance do The voice guidance may vary according Drive according to the actual conditions.
not correspond to your exact location.
to the environment.
The suggested route does not start or The destination is not yet recognised by Enter a road near to the required destiend at the required destination.
the system.
nation.
Phone
Description
Causes
Solutions
No sounds or ringtone can be heard.
The mobile phone is not connected to the Ensure that the mobile phone is consystem.
nected to the system.
The volume is set to minimum or mute.
Increase the volume or deactivate mute.
Impossible to make a call.
The mobile phone is not connected to the Ensure that the mobile phone is connected to the system.
system.
Unlock the phone keypad.
The phone keypad has been locked.
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX (1/2)
A
address book.........................................GB.28, GB.37 – GB.38
answering a call............................................................... GB.50
ARTIST............................................................................ GB.18
AUX................................................................. GB.17 → GB.19
auxiliary source............................................... GB.17 → GB.19
B
BALANCE........................................................................ GB.20
BASS............................................................................... GB.20
Bluetooth connection....................................................... GB.46
Bluetooth®...............................................GB.44, GB.46, GB.48
Bluetooth® portable audio player
pairing........................................................................ GB.18
unpairing.................................................................... GB.18
C
call................................................................................... GB.49
call volume...................................................................... GB.13
clock................................................................................ GB.52
display........................................................................ GB.52
confirm a destination.........................................GB.29 – GB.30
connect a telephone........................................................ GB.46
contacts list...................................................................... GB.48
D
destination.............................GB.25 → GB.30, GB.37 – GB.38
detailed route................................................... GB.31 → GB.35
detour.............................................................. GB.31 → GB.35
dialling............................................................................. GB.49
dialling a number............................................................. GB.48
E
entering an address......................................................... GB.25
F
FADER............................................................................ GB.20
fast winding..................................................................... GB.17
favourite number............................................................. GB.48
FM/LW/MW bandwidths................................... GB.14 → GB.16
G
GPS
receiver..........................................................GB.21, GB.42
reception.................................................................... GB.21
guidance
activation.................................................................... GB.31
cancellation................................................................ GB.35
map............................................................ GB.31 → GB.36
voice.......................................................... GB.31 → GB.35
J
Jack socket...................................................................... GB.19
L
LIST mode....................................................................... GB.14
M
MANU mode.................................................................... GB.14
map
digitised map.............................................................. GB.21
display............................................................GB.22, GB.36
scale.......................................................................... GB.22
settings..........................................................GB.36, GB.39
map navigation................................................................ GB.36
mute................................................................................ GB.13
O
operating faults..................................................GB.58 – GB.59
operation......................................................................... GB.10
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX (2/2)
P
pairing a telephone.......................................................... GB.44
POI........................................................GB.26 – GB.27, GB.36
point of interest......................................GB.26 – GB.27, GB.36
PRESET mode................................................ GB.14 → GB.16
R
range of wavelengths...................................... GB.14 → GB.16
RDS.......................................................................GB.5, GB.16
receiving a call................................................................. GB.50
S
screen
monitor....................................................................... GB.10
navigation display .................................... GB.31 → GB.35
navigation screen....................................... GB.31 → GB.36
settings...................................................................... GB.36
setting.............................................................................. GB.20
settings..................................GB.40 → GB.42, GB.52 – GB.53
audio.......................................................................... GB.20
balance...................................................................... GB.20
brightness.................................................................. GB.52
fader........................................................................... GB.20
navigation.................................................. GB.40 → GB.42
storing a radio station...................................... GB.14 → GB.16
switching off..................................................................... GB.10
system
update........................................................ GB.54 → GB.57
T
3D/2D mode.................................................................... GB.31
treble............................................................................... GB.20
U
unpairing a telephone...................................................... GB.45
USB................................................................. GB.54 → GB.57
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USB key.......................................................... GB.54 → GB.57
USB socket.......................................... GB.18, GB.54 → GB.57
V
volume............................................................................. GB.13
volume: adapted to speed............................................... GB.13
W
WMA................................................................................ GB.17
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