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Garmin Overlander Owner's Manual
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Owner’s manual
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Table of contents
Getting started................................................................ 1
Device Overview ......................................................................... 1
Mounting and Powering the Device in Your Vehicle ................... 1
Installing the Ball Mount Adapter ................................................ 1
Turning the device on or off ........................................................ 2
Acquiring GPS signals ................................................................ 2
Home Screen .............................................................................. 2
Opening an App ..................................................................... 2
Adding Shortcuts to the Home Screen .................................. 2
Viewing Notifications .............................................................. 2
Status bar icons ..................................................................... 2
Using the Touchscreen ............................................................... 2
Adjusting the screen brightness ................................................. 2
Vehicle Profiles ............................................................... 3
Car Profile ................................................................................... 3
Adding a vehicle profile ............................................................... 3
Switching the Vehicle Profile ...................................................... 3
Editing a vehicle profile ............................................................... 3
Driver awareness features and alerts ........................... 3
Enabling or disabling audible driver alerts .................................. 3
Red light and speed cameras ..................................................... 3
Street Navigation ............................................................ 4
Routes ........................................................................................ 4
Starting a route ........................................................................... 4
Starting a route by using the map .......................................... 4
Going home ........................................................................... 4
Editing your home location ................................................ 4
Your route on the map ................................................................ 4
Active lane guidance .............................................................. 4
Viewing turns and directions .................................................. 4
Viewing the Entire Route on the Map .................................... 5
Arriving at your destination ......................................................... 5
Parking Near Your Destination .............................................. 5
Changing Your Active Route ...................................................... 5
Adding a location to your route .............................................. 5
Shaping your route ................................................................. 5
Taking a detour ...................................................................... 5
Changing the route calculation mode .................................... 5
Stopping the route ...................................................................... 5
Using Suggested Routes ............................................................ 5
Avoiding Delays, Tolls and Areas ............................................... 6
Avoiding traffic delays on your route ...................................... 6
Avoiding toll roads .................................................................. 6
Avoiding toll stickers .............................................................. 6
Avoiding road features ........................................................... 6
Avoiding environmental zones ............................................... 6
Custom avoidances ............................................................... 6
Avoiding a road ................................................................. 6
Avoiding an area ............................................................... 6
Disabling a custom avoidance .......................................... 6
Deleting custom avoidances ............................................. 6
Finding and saving locations........................................ 6
Points of Interest ......................................................................... 7
Navigating to a Garmin Explore Location .............................. 7
Finding a location by category ............................................... 7
Searching within a category .............................................. 7
Finding Campsites ................................................................. 7
Finding Motor Home parks ................................................ 7
Finding Ultimate Campgrounds points of interest .................. 7
Finding Motor Home services ................................................ 7
Finding National Parks ........................................................... 7
Exploring National Park Features and Amenities ............. 7
Finding iOverlander™ points of interest ................................. 7
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Finding HISTORY® points of interest .................................... 7
Foursquare ............................................................................. 8
Searching Foursquare points of interest ........................... 8
TripAdvisor® .......................................................................... 8
Finding TripAdvisor points of interest ................................ 8
Navigating to points of interest within a venue ...................... 8
Exploring a venue ............................................................. 8
Finding a location using the search bar ...................................... 8
Finding an address ..................................................................... 8
Location Search Results ............................................................. 8
Location Search Results on the Map ..................................... 8
Changing the search area .......................................................... 9
Custom points of interest ............................................................ 9
Installing POI Loader ............................................................. 9
Finding custom POIs .............................................................. 9
Parking ........................................................................................9
Finding Parking Near Your Current Location ......................... 9
Understanding Parking Colours and Symbols ....................... 9
Search tools ................................................................................ 9
Finding a junction ................................................................... 9
Finding a town ........................................................................ 9
Finding a location using coordinates ..................................... 9
Viewing history ............................................................................ 9
Clearing the list of recently found places ............................... 9
Viewing current location information ......................................... 10
Finding emergency services and fuel .................................. 10
Getting directions to your current location ........................... 10
Adding a shortcut ...................................................................... 10
Removing a shortcut ............................................................ 10
Saving Locations ...................................................................... 10
Saving a location .................................................................. 10
Saving your current location ................................................ 10
Editing a favourite location ................................................... 10
Assigning categories to a saved location ............................. 10
Deleting a favourite location ................................................ 10
Using the Street Map.................................................... 10
Map Tools ................................................................................. 10
Viewing a map tool ............................................................... 11
Up ahead .................................................................................. 11
Viewing upcoming locations ................................................. 11
Customising the up ahead categories ................................. 11
Warning and alert symbols ....................................................... 11
Restriction Warnings ............................................................ 11
Road condition warnings ...................................................... 11
Alerts .................................................................................... 11
Trip information ......................................................................... 11
Viewing trip data from the map ............................................ 11
Customising the trip data fields ....................................... 11
Viewing the trip information page ........................................ 11
Viewing the trip log ............................................................... 11
Resetting trip information ..................................................... 11
Viewing upcoming traffic ........................................................... 12
Viewing traffic on the map .................................................... 12
Searching for traffic incidents ............................................... 12
Customising the map ................................................................ 12
Customising the map layers ................................................. 12
Changing the map data field ................................................ 12
Changing the map perspective ............................................ 12
Off-Road Navigation..................................................... 12
Garmin Explore ......................................................................... 12
Logging in to a Garmin Explore Account ............................. 12
Map ...................................................................................... 12
Downloading Garmin Explore Maps ................................ 12
Filtering Map Data ........................................................... 13
Garmin Explore Map Settings ......................................... 13
Creating a Waypoint ........................................................ 13
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Create a Route ................................................................ 13
Library .................................................................................. 13
Viewing Your Library ....................................................... 13
Navigating to a favourite location .................................... 13
Creating a Collection ....................................................... 13
Viewing Collections ......................................................... 13
Synchronising Garmin Explore Account Data ...................... 13
Recording Tracks ...................................................................... 13
Changing Tracking Intervals ................................................ 13
Stopping Tracking ................................................................ 13
Pitch and Roll ............................................................................ 13
Calibrating Pitch and Roll ..................................................... 14
Adjusting Warning Angles .................................................... 14
Enabling or Disabling Warning Angle Alerts ........................ 14
Viewing the Altimeter, Barometer and Compass ...................... 14
Calibrating the compass ...................................................... 14
inReach Remote ........................................................... 14
Connecting an inReach Device ................................................ 14
Sending an inReach Message .................................................. 14
SOS .......................................................................................... 14
Initiating an SOS Rescue ..................................................... 14
Cancelling an SOS Rescue ................................................. 14
Hands-free calling........................................................ 15
Pairing your phone ....................................................................15
Tips after pairing the devices ............................................... 15
Pairing Additional Bluetooth Devices ................................... 15
Placing a call ............................................................................. 15
Receiving a call ......................................................................... 15
Using in-call options .................................................................. 15
Saving a Phone Number as a Preset ....................................... 15
Disconnecting a Bluetooth device ............................................ 15
Deleting a paired Bluetooth device ........................................... 15
Deleting a paired phone ........................................................... 15
Traffic............................................................................ 16
Receiving traffic data using a traffic receiver ............................ 16
Enabling traffic .......................................................................... 16
Viewing traffic on the map ........................................................ 16
Searching for traffic incidents ............................................... 16
Voice Command ........................................................... 16
Setting the wake-up phrase ...................................................... 16
Activating voice command ........................................................ 16
Voice Command tips ................................................................. 16
Starting a route using Voice command ..................................... 16
Muting Instructions .................................................................... 16
Resetting Data and Settings ..................................................... 18
Device information....................................................... 18
Viewing E-label Regulatory and Compliance Information ........ 18
Specifications ............................................................................ 18
Charging the Device ................................................................. 18
Device maintenance ..................................................... 19
Garmin Support Centre ............................................................. 19
Updating Maps and Software Using a Wi‑Fi Network .............. 19
Updating Maps and Software with Garmin Express ................. 19
Installing Garmin Express .................................................... 19
Device Care .............................................................................. 20
Cleaning the outer casing .................................................... 20
Cleaning the Touchscreen ................................................... 20
Avoiding theft ....................................................................... 20
Changing the Fuse in the Vehicle Power Cable ....................... 20
Resetting the device ................................................................. 20
Removing the Device, Mount and Suction Cup ........................ 20
Removing the Mount from the Suction Cup ......................... 20
Removing the Suction Cup from the Windscreen ................ 20
Troubleshooting........................................................... 20
The suction cup will not stay on my windscreen ....................... 20
The mount does not hold my device in place while I drive ....... 20
My device is not acquiring satellite signals ............................... 20
The device does not charge in my vehicle ............................... 20
My battery does not stay charged for very long ........................ 20
My device does not connect to my phone ................................ 21
Appendix ....................................................................... 21
Backup Cameras ...................................................................... 21
Pairing a BC™ 35 Backup Camera with a Garmin Navigation
Device .................................................................................. 21
Viewing the Backup Camera ................................................ 21
Switching Cameras ......................................................... 21
Connecting to a Wireless Display ............................................. 21
Data management .................................................................... 21
About memory cards ............................................................ 21
Installing a memory card for maps and data ........................ 21
Connecting the Device to Your Computer ........................... 21
Transferring data from your computer ................................. 21
Purchasing additional maps ..................................................... 22
Purchasing accessories ............................................................ 22
Index.............................................................................. 23
Using the apps.............................................................. 16
Viewing the Owner's Manual on Your Device ........................... 16
Viewing Previous Routes and Destinations .............................. 17
Overlander settings...................................................... 17
Navigation settings ................................................................... 17
Map and vehicle settings ..................................................... 17
Enabling maps ................................................................ 17
Route Preference Settings ................................................... 17
Driver Assistance Settings ................................................... 17
Traffic Settings ..................................................................... 17
Enabling Bluetooth wireless technology ................................... 17
Connecting to a Wireless Network ............................................ 17
Display settings ......................................................................... 17
Sound and Notification Settings ............................................... 18
Adjusting Sound and Notification Volume ............................ 18
Enabling or Disabling Location Services .................................. 18
Setting the Text Language ....................................................... 18
Date and time settings .............................................................. 18
Device settings ......................................................................... 18
Restoring settings ..................................................................... 18
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Table of contents
Getting started
WARNING
See the Important safety and product information guide in the
product box for product warnings and other important
information.
Before you use your device on battery power, you should charge
it.
1 Press the mount onto the suction cup ball until it snaps
into place.
1 Update the maps and software on your device (Updating
Maps and Software Using a Wi‑Fi Network, page 19).
2 Set up a Garmin Explore™ account (Garmin Explore,
page 12).
3 Mount the device in your vehicle and connect it to power
(Mounting and Powering the Device in Your Vehicle,
page 1).
4 Set up a vehicle profile (Vehicle Profiles, page 3).
5 Navigate to your destination (Starting a route, page 4).
Device Overview
2 Open the lever
, press the suction cup to the windscreen
and flip the lever back towards the windscreen.
The lever must be oriented towards the top of the windshield.
3 Extend the suction cup arm .
4 If necessary, rotate the mount so the Garmin logo faces
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right-side up.
5 Plug the vehicle power cable
into the port on the mount.
Microphone for hands-free calling
Volume control
power key
Micro USB power and data port
Map and data memory card slot
3.5mm audio jack
Magnetic mount interface with 14 pin connector
Speaker
Mounting and Powering the Device in Your
Vehicle
6 Place the back of the device onto the mount.
7 Plug the other end of the vehicle power cable into a power
outlet in your vehicle.
Installing the Ball Mount Adapter
Your device includes a one-inch ball mount compatible with
other third-party mounting solutions.
Secure the ball adapter
to the mount
using the included
screws .
WARNING
This product contains a lithium-ion battery. To prevent the
possibility of personal injury or product damage caused by
battery exposure to extreme heat, store the device out of direct
sunlight.
Both the device and its mount contain magnets. Under certain
circumstances, magnets may cause interference with some
internal medical devices and electronic devices, including
pacemakers, insulin pumps or hard drives in laptop computers.
Keep the device away from medical devices and electronic
devices.
Getting started
1
Turning the device on or off
• To turn the device on, press the power key
device to power.
Select to view road navigation features and search for points of
interest.
or connect the
Select to view the Garmin Explore app, which provides off-road
navigation information and detailed topographical maps.
Select to open the app drawer. The app drawer contains shortcuts
to all the apps installed on your device.
Opening an App
• To put the device in power saving mode, press the power key
while the device is on.
While in power saving mode, the screen is off and the device
uses very little power, but it can wake instantly for use.
TIP: you can charge your device faster by putting it in power
saving mode while charging the battery.
• To turn off the device completely, hold the power key until a
prompt appears on the screen, then select Power Off.
Acquiring GPS signals
When you turn on your navigation device, the GPS receiver
must collect satellite data and establish the current location. The
time required to acquire satellite signals varies based on several
factors, including how far you are from the location where you
last used your navigation device, whether you have a clear view
of the sky, and how long it has been since you last used your
navigation device. The first time you turn on your navigation
device, it may take several minutes to acquire satellite signals.
1 Turn on the device.
2 Verify appears in the status bar. Enable location services if
it does not.
3 If necessary, go to an open area with a clear view of the sky,
away from tall buildings and trees.
Acquiring Satellites appears at the top of the navigation map
until the device determines your location.
The home screen contains shortcuts for frequently used apps.
The app drawer contains all the apps installed on your device,
organised into three tabs. The Drive tab contains apps useful for
street navigation and various automotive needs. The Explore tab
contains apps useful for off-road navigation and exploration. The
Tools tab contains apps useful for communication and other
tasks.
Select an option to start an app:
• Select an app shortcut from the home screen.
• Select , select a tab and select an app.
Adding Shortcuts to the Home Screen
1 Select .
2 Select an app tab to view additional applications.
3 Hold an application, and drag it to a location on the home
screen.
Viewing Notifications
1 Swipe down from the top of the screen.
The list of notifications appears.
2 Select an option:
• To launch the action or app mentioned in the notification,
select the notification.
• To dismiss a notification, swipe the notification to the right.
Status bar icons
The status bar is located at the top of the main menu. The status
bar icons display information about features on the device.
Location services is enabled.
Bluetooth technology is enabled.
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Connected to a Bluetooth device.
Connected to a Wi‑Fi network (Connecting to a Wireless Network,
page 17).
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Active vehicle profile. Swipe down twice and select to view the
vehicle profile settings (Vehicle Profiles, page 3).
Home Screen
NOTE: the home screen layout may vary if it has been
customised.
Battery charge level.
Using the Touchscreen
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•
•
Tap the screen to select an item.
Drag or swipe your finger across the screen to pan or scroll.
Pinch two fingers together to zoom out.
Spread two fingers apart to zoom in.
Adjusting the screen brightness
Swipe down to view notifications.
Swipe down twice to quickly change settings and backlight
brightness.
The device can use an ambient light sensor to adjust the screen
brightness to your vehicle conditions automatically (Display
settings, page 17). You can also adjust the brightness
manually using either the notification panel or the settings menu.
1 Select an option:
• Swipe down twice from the top of the screen to expand
the quick settings in the notification panel.
• Select
> Display > Brightness Level.
2 Use the slider bar to adjust the brightness.
Hold to customise the wallpaper or add widgets to the home
screen.
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Getting started
Vehicle Profiles
Driver awareness features and alerts
WARNING
Entering your vehicle profile characteristics does not guarantee
that your vehicle's characteristics will be accounted for in all
route suggestions or that you will receive the warning icons in all
cases. Limitations may exist in the map data such that your
device cannot account for these restrictions or road conditions in
all cases. Always defer to all posted road signs and road
conditions when making driving decisions.
CAUTION
The driver alerts and speed limit features are for information
only. They do not replace your responsibility to abide by all
posted speed limit signs and to use safe driving judgement at all
times. Garmin is not responsible for any traffic fines or citations
that you receive for failing to follow all applicable traffic laws and
signs.
Routing and navigation are calculated differently based on your
vehicle profile. The activated vehicle profile is indicated by an
icon in the status bar. The navigation and map settings on your
device can be customised separately for each vehicle type.
When you activate a camper vehicle profile, the device avoids
including restricted or impassable areas in routes based on the
dimensions, weight and other characteristics you entered for
your vehicle.
Car Profile
The car profile is a preloaded vehicle profile intended for use in
an automobile without a trailer. While using the car profile, the
device calculates standard automobile routes, and routing for
large vehicles is not available. Some features and settings
specific to large vehicles are not available while using the car
profile.
Adding a vehicle profile
The vehicle profile is an optional feature that provides routing
based on the height and weight of large vehicles, such as
campers or trailers. If you have a large vehicle or if you are
towing a trailer, you should set up a vehicle profile. You can set
a vehicle profile for each vehicle configuration used with your
Overlander device.
1 Select > > Vehicle Profile > .
2 Select a vehicle option that most closely resembles your
vehicle configuration.
3 Follow the on-screen instructions to enter the vehicle
characteristics.
Switching the Vehicle Profile
The first time you turn on your device, it prompts you to select a
vehicle profile. You can manually switch to another vehicle
profile at any time.
1 Select an option:
• Swipe down twice from the top of the screen and select
the vehicle profile icon, such as or .
• Select
> Navigation > Vehicle Profile.
2 Select a vehicle profile.
The vehicle profile information appears, including
measurements and weight.
3 Select Select.
Editing a vehicle profile
You can change basic vehicle profile information or add detailed
information to a vehicle profile, such as maximum speed.
> Navigation > Vehicle Profile.
1 Select
2 Select the vehicle profile to edit.
3 Select an option:
• To edit the vehicle profile information, select , and select
a field to edit.
• To rename a vehicle profile, select >
> Rename
Profile.
• To delete the vehicle profile, select >
> Delete.
Vehicle Profiles
Your device provides features that can help encourage safer
driving and increase efficiency, even when you are driving in a
familiar area. The device plays an audible tone or message and
displays information for each alert. You can enable or disable
the audible tone for some types of driver alerts. Not all alerts are
available in all areas.
Schools: the device plays a tone and displays the speed limit (if
available) for an upcoming school or school zone.
Speed limit exceeded: the device plays a tone and displays a
red border on the speed limit icon when you exceed the
posted speed limit for the current road.
Speed limit change: the device plays a tone and displays the
upcoming speed limit so you can be prepared to adjust your
speed.
Level crossing: the device plays a tone to indicate an
upcoming level crossing.
Animal crossing: the device plays a tone to indicate an
upcoming animal crossing area.
Bends: the device plays a tone to indicate a curve in the road.
Slower traffic: the device plays a tone to indicate slower traffic
when you approach slower traffic at a higher speed. Your
device must be receiving traffic information to use this feature
(Traffic, page 16).
Risk of grounding: the device plays a tone and displays a
message when you approach a road where your vehicle
could become grounded.
Lateral wind: the device plays a tone and displays a message
when you approach a road where there is risk of lateral wind.
Narrow road: the device plays a tone and displays a message
when you approach a road that may be too narrow for your
vehicle.
Steep hill: the device plays a tone and displays a message
when you approach a steep hill.
County and country borders: the device plays a tone and
displays a message when you approach the border of a
county or country.
Shut off propane: the device plays a tone and displays a
message when you approach an area where propane should
be turned off.
Enabling or disabling audible driver alerts
You can enable or disable the audible tone for some types of
driver alerts. The visual alert appears even when the tone is
disabled.
> Navigation > Driver Assistance > Audible
1 Select
Driver Alerts.
2 Select or clear the tick box next to each alert.
Red light and speed cameras
NOTICE
Garmin is not responsible for the accuracy of or the
consequences of using a red light or speed camera database.
NOTE: this feature is not available for all regions or product
models.
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Information about red light and speed camera locations is
available in some areas for some product models. The device
alerts you when you approach a reported speed or red light
camera.
• You can use the Garmin Express™ software (garmin.com
/express) to update the camera database stored on your
device. You should update your device frequently to receive
the most up-to-date camera information.
Street Navigation
2 If necessary, enter your home location.
Editing your home location
1 Select > > Set Home Location.
2 Enter your home location.
Your route on the map
As you travel, the device guides you to your destination using
voice prompts and information on the map. Instructions for your
next turn, exit or other action appear across the top of the map.
Routes
A route is a path from your current location to one or more
destinations.
• The device calculates a recommended route to your
destination based on the preferences you set, including the
route calculation mode (Changing the route calculation mode,
page 5) and avoidances (Avoiding Delays, Tolls and
Areas, page 6).
• The device can automatically avoid roads that are not
appropriate for the active vehicle profile.
• You can start navigating to your destination quickly using the
recommended route, or you can select an alternative route
(Starting a route, page 4).
• If there are specific roads you need to use or avoid, you can
customise the route.
• You can add multiple destinations to a route.
Starting a route
1 Select , and search for a location.
2 Select a location.
3 Select an option:
• To start navigating using the recommended route, select
Go!.
• To choose an alternative route, select , and select a
route.
Alternative routes appear to the right of the map.
• To edit the course of the route, select > Edit Route, and
add shaping points to the route.
The device calculates a route to the location and guides you
using voice prompts and information on the map (Your route on
the map, page 4). A preview of the major roads in your route
appears at the edge of the map for several seconds.
If you need to stop at additional destinations, you can add the
locations to your route.
Starting a route by using the map
You can start a route by selecting a location from the map.
1 Select Drive.
2 Drag and zoom the map to display the area to search.
3 If necessary, select to filter the displayed points of interest
by category.
Location markers ( or a blue dot) appear on the map.
4 Select an option:
• Select a location marker.
• Select a point, such as a street, junction or address
location.
5 Select Go!.
Going home
The first time you start a route home, the device prompts you to
enter your home location.
1 Select > Go Home.
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Next action in the route. Indicates the next turn, exit, or other action
and the lane in which you should travel, if available.
Distance to the next action.
Name of the street or exit associated with the next action.
Opens the Garmin Explore app for off-road navigation.
Route highlighted on the map.
Next action in the route. Arrows on the map indicate the location of
upcoming actions.
Vehicle speed.
Name of the road on which you are travelling.
Estimated arrival time.
TIP: you can touch this field to change the information it shows.
Select to start a new route or search for points of interest.
Map tools. Provides tools to show you more information about your
route and surroundings.
Active lane guidance
As you approach some turns, exits, or interchanges in your
route, a detailed simulation of the road appears beside the map,
if available. A coloured line
indicates the proper lane for the
turn.
Viewing turns and directions
While navigating a route, you can view upcoming turns, lane
changes, or other directions for your route.
1 From the map, select an option:
• To view upcoming turns and directions as you navigate,
select > Turns.
Street Navigation
The map tool displays the next four turns or directions
beside the map. The list updates automatically as you
navigate the route.
• To view the complete list of turns and directions for the
entire route, select the text bar at the top of the map.
2 Select a turn or direction (optional).
Detailed information appears. An image of the junction may
appear for junctions on major roads, if available.
Viewing the Entire Route on the Map
1 While navigating a route, select anywhere on the map.
2 Select .
Arriving at your destination
When you approach your destination, the device provides
information to help you complete your route.
•
indicates the location of your destination on the map, and a
voice prompt announces you are approaching your
destination.
• When you approach some destinations, the device
automatically prompts you to search for parking. You can
select Yes to find nearby parking areas (Parking Near Your
Destination, page 5).
• When you stop at your destination, the device automatically
ends the route. If the device does not detect your arrival
automatically, you can select Stop to end your route.
Parking Near Your Destination
Your device can help you find a parking spot near your
destination. When you approach some destinations, the device
automatically prompts you to search for parking.
1 Select an option:
• When the device prompts you, select Yes to search for
nearby parking.
• If the device does not prompt you, select > Categories
> Parking, and select > My Destination.
2 Select Filter Parking, and select one or more categories to
filter parking by availability, type, price, or payment methods
(optional).
NOTE: detailed parking data is not available in all areas or
for all parking locations.
3 Select a parking location, and select Go! > Add As Next
Stop.
The device guides you to the parking area.
Changing Your Active Route
Adding a location to your route
Before you can add a location to your route, you must be
navigating a route (Starting a route, page 4).
You can add locations to the middle or end of your route. For
example, you can add a petrol station as the next destination in
your route.
1 From the map, select > .
2 Search for a location.
3 Select a location.
4 Select Go!.
5 Select an option:
• To add the location as the next destination in your route,
select Add As Next Stop.
• To add the location to the end of your route, select Add
As Last Stop.
• To add the location and edit the order of destinations in
your route, select Add to Active Route.
Street Navigation
The device re-calculates the route to include the added location
and guides you to the destinations in order.
Shaping your route
Before you can shape your route, you must start a route
(Starting a route, page 4).
You can manually shape your route to change its course. This
allows you to direct the route to use a certain road or go through
a certain area without adding a destination to the route.
1 Touch anywhere on the map.
2 Select .
The device enters route shaping mode.
3 Select a location on the map.
TIP: you can select to zoom in on the map and select a
more precise location.
The device recalculates the route to travel through the
selected location.
4 If necessary, select an option:
• To add more shaping points to the route, select additional
locations on the map.
• To remove a shaping point, select .
5 When you are finished shaping the route, select Go!.
Taking a detour
You can take a detour for a specified distance along your route
or detour around specific roads. This is useful if you encounter
construction zones, closed roads or poor road conditions.
1 From the map, select > Edit Route.
2 Select an option:
• To re-route for a specific distance, select Detour by
Distance.
• To detour around a specific road on the route, select
Detour by Road.
Changing the route calculation mode
> Navigation > Route preferences > Calculation
1 Select
Mode.
2 Select an option:
• Select Faster Time to calculate routes that are faster to
drive, but can be longer in distance.
• Select Off Road to calculate point-to-point routes (without
roads).
• Select Shorter Distance to calculate routes that are
shorter in distance, but can take more time to drive.
Stopping the route
• From the map, select > .
• From the notification bar, swipe down, and select
Garmin Navigation notification.
in the
Using Suggested Routes
Before you can use this feature, you must save at least one
location and enable the travel history feature (Device settings,
page 18).
Using the myTrends™ feature, your device predicts your
destination based on your travel history, the day of the week and
the time of day. After you have driven to a favourite location
several times, the location may appear in the navigation bar on
the map, along with the estimated time of travel and traffic
information.
Select the navigation bar to view a suggested route to the
location.
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Avoiding Delays, Tolls and Areas
Avoiding traffic delays on your route
Before you can avoid traffic delays, you must be receiving traffic
information (Receiving traffic data using a traffic receiver,
page 16).
By default, the device optimises your route to avoid traffic delays
automatically. If you have disabled this option in the traffic
settings (Traffic Settings, page 17), you can view and avoid
traffic delays manually.
1 While navigating a route, select > Traffic.
2 Select Alternative Route, if available.
3 Select Go!.
Avoiding toll roads
Your device can avoid routing you through areas that require
tolls, such as toll roads, toll bridges, or congestion areas. The
device may still include a toll area in your route if no other
reasonable routes are available.
> Navigation > Route preferences.
1 Select
Select
an
option:
2
NOTE: the menu changes based on your area and the map
data on your device.
• Select Toll Roads.
• Select Tolls and Fees > Toll Roads.
3 Select an option:
• To be asked each time before routing through a toll area,
select Always Ask.
• To always avoid tolls, select Avoid.
• To always allow tolls, select Allow.
Select
Save.
4
Avoiding toll stickers
If the map data on your device contains detailed toll sticker
information, you can avoid or allow roads that require toll
stickers for each country.
NOTE: this feature is not available in all areas.
> Navigation > Route preferences > Tolls and
1 Select
Fees > Toll Stickers.
2 Select a country.
3 Select an option:
• To be asked each time before routing through an area that
requires toll stickers, select Always Ask.
• To always avoid roads that require toll stickers, select
Avoid.
• To always allow roads that require toll stickers, select
Allow.
4 Select Save.
Avoiding road features
> Navigation > Route preferences >
1 Select
Avoidances.
2 Select the road features to avoid on your routes, and select
OK.
Avoiding environmental zones
Your device can avoid areas with environmental or emissions
restrictions that may apply to your vehicle. This option applies to
the vehicle type in the active vehicle profile (Vehicle Profiles,
page 3).
> Navigation > Route preferences >
1 Select
Environmental Zones.
2 Select an option:
• To be asked each time before routing through an
environmental zone, select Always Ask.
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• To always avoid environmental zones, select Avoid.
• To always allow environmental zones, select Allow.
3 Select Save.
Custom avoidances
Custom avoidances allow you select specific areas or sections
of road to avoid. When the device calculates a route, it avoids
these areas and roads unless no other reasonable route is
available.
Avoiding a road
> Navigation > Route preferences > Custom
1 Select
Avoidances.
2 If necessary, select Add Avoidance.
3 Select Add Avoid Road.
4 Select the starting point of the section of road to avoid and
select Next.
5 Select the ending point of the road section and select Next.
6 Select Done.
Avoiding an area
> Navigation > Route preferences > Custom
1 Select
Avoidances.
2 If necessary, select Add Avoidance.
3 Select Add Avoid Area.
4 Select the upper left corner of the area to avoid and select
Next.
5 Select the lower right corner of the area to avoid and select
Next.
The selected area is shaded on the map.
6 Select Done.
Disabling a custom avoidance
You can disable a custom avoidance without deleting it.
> Navigation > Route preferences > Custom
1 Select
Avoidances.
2 Select a created avoidance.
3 Select > Disable.
Deleting custom avoidances
> Navigation > Route preferences > Custom
Avoidances > .
2 Select an option:
• To delete all custom avoidances, select Select All >
Delete.
• To delete one custom avoidance, select the avoidance
and select Delete.
1 Select
Finding and saving locations
The maps loaded in your device contain locations, such as
restaurants, hotels, vehicle services, and detailed street
information. The menu helps you find your destination by
providing several methods to browse, search, and save this
information.
• Enter search terms to quickly search all location information
(Finding a location using the search bar, page 8).
• Browse or search pre-loaded points of interest by category
(Points of Interest, page 7).
• Search and check into Foursquare points of interest
(Searching Foursquare points of interest, page 8).
• Use search tools to find specific locations, such as
addresses, junctions, or geographic coordinates (Search
tools, page 9).
• Search near a different town or area (Changing the search
area, page 9).
®
Finding and saving locations
• Save your favourite locations to find them quickly in the future
(Saving Locations, page 10).
• Return to recently found locations (Viewing history,
page 9).
Points of Interest
A point of interest is a place that you may find useful or
interesting. Points of interest are organised by category and can
include popular travel destinations such as petrol stations,
restaurants, hotels, and entertainment venues.
Navigating to a Garmin Explore Location
Before you can navigate to a Garmin Explore location, you must
add one or more locations to your Garmin Explore account.
1 Select > Explore.
2 Select a category.
3 Select a location.
4 Select an option.
• If you want to navigate to the location using turn-by-turn
street guidance, select Go!.
• If you want to view the location using the Garmin Explore
app, select .
Finding a location by category
1 Select .
2 Select a category or select Categories.
3 If necessary, select a subcategory.
4 Select a location.
Searching within a category
After you have performed a search for a point of interest, certain
categories may display a Quick Search list that shows the last
four destinations you selected.
1 Select > Categories.
2 Select a category.
3 Select an option:
• Select a destination from the quick search list on the right
side of the screen.
The quick search list provides a list of recently found
locations in the selected category.
• Select a subcategory, if necessary, and select a
destination.
Finding Campsites
Select
> All Campsites.
Finding Motor Home parks
NOTE: this feature is not available in all areas.
You can search for Motor Home parks based on the amenities
available.
1 Select > PlanRV Parks.
2 If necessary, select Filter by Amenities, select one or more
amenities and select Save.
3 Select a location.
Finding Ultimate Campgrounds points of interest
NOTE: this feature is not available in all areas.
Your device includes Ultimate Campgrounds points of interest,
which allow you to find public campsites near your location.
1 Select > Ultimate Public Campgrounds.
2 If necessary, select Search Filters, select one or more
search filters and select Search.
3 Select a location.
Finding and saving locations
Finding Motor Home services
NOTE: this feature is not available in all areas.
You can find nearby locations that offer repair, towing and other
services for Motor Homes.
Select > PlanRV Services.
Finding National Parks
Device models that include maps for North America or the
United States also include detailed information for national parks
in the United States. You can navigate to a national park or to a
location within a national park.
1 Select > National Parks.
A list of national parks appears, with the nearest park at the
top.
2 Select Search, and enter all or part of the park name to
narrow the results (optional).
3 Select a national park.
A list of categories for locations of features and amenities
within the park appears below the park name.
4 Select an option:
• To start navigating to the park, select Go!.
• To view more park information or explore the park
features and amenities, select .
• To quickly find a location within the park, select a category
from the list below the park name and select a location.
Exploring National Park Features and Amenities
On North American product models, you can explore detailed
information about the features and amenities available inside a
national park and navigate to specific locations in the park. For
example, you can find campgrounds, landmarks, visitor centres
and popular attractions.
1 From the location search results, select a national park and
select .
2 Select Explore this Park.
A list of categories for park features and amenities appears.
3 Select a category.
4 Select a location and select Go!.
Finding iOverlander™ points of interest
NOTICE
You are responsible for understanding and complying with any
applicable regulations associated with campsites and points of
interest.
Your device includes iOverlander points of interest, which allow
you to find points of interest useful for overlanding, such as
campsites, repair services and accommodation.
1 Select > iOverlander.
2 Select a category.
3 Select a location.
Finding HISTORY points of interest
®
NOTE: this feature is not available on all product models.
Your device includes HISTORY points of interest, which allow
you to find and learn about historically significant locations and
attractions around the world, such as historic buildings,
monuments, museums and notable locations of historic events.
1 Select > History®.
2 Select a category.
3 Select a location.
4 Select to view a photo and a short summary of the
location's history.
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Foursquare
Foursquare is a location-based social network. Your device
includes pre-loaded Foursquare points of interest, which are
indicated by the Foursquare logo in your location search results.
Searching Foursquare points of interest
You can search for Foursquare points of interest loaded on your
device.
Select > Foursquare.
TripAdvisor
®
Your device includes TripAdvisor points of interest and ratings.
TripAdvisor ratings appear automatically in the search results list
for applicable points of interest. You can also search for nearby
TripAdvisor points of interest and sort by distance or popularity.
Finding TripAdvisor points of interest
1 Select > TripAdvisor.
2 Select a category.
A list of nearbyTripAdvisor points of interest for the category
appears.
Select
Sort Results to sort the search results by distance or
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popularity (optional).
Navigating to points of interest within a venue
NOTE: this feature may not be available in all areas or for all
product models.
You can create a route to a point of interest (POI) within a larger
venue, such as a store in a shopping centre or a specific
terminal in an airport.
1 Select > Search.
2 Select an option:
• To search for the venue, enter the name or address of the
venue, select , and go to step 3.
• To search for the POI, enter the name of the POI, select
, and go to step 5.
3 Select the venue.
A list of categories appears below the venue, such as
restaurants, car hire, or terminals.
4 Select a category.
5 Select the POI, and select Go!.
The device creates a route to the parking area or venue
entrance closest to the POI. When you arrive at the destination,
a chequered flag indicates the recommended parking area. A
labelled point indicates the location of the POI within the venue.
Exploring a venue
NOTE: this feature may not be available in all areas or for all
product models.
You can view a list of all points of interest located within each
venue.
1 Select a venue.
2 Select > Explore this Venue.
Finding a location using the search bar
You can use the search bar to search for locations by entering a
category, brand name, address or town name.
1 Select .
2 Select Search in the search bar.
3 Enter all or part of the search term.
Suggested search terms appear below the search bar.
4 Select an option:
• To search for a type of business, enter a category name
(for example, "cinemas").
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• To search for a business name, enter all or part of the
name.
• To search for an address near you, enter the house
number and street name.
• To search for an address in another town, enter the house
number, street name, town and county.
• To search for a town, enter the town and county.
• To search for coordinates, enter latitude and longitude
coordinates.
5 Select an option:
• To search using a suggested search term, select the term.
• To search using the text you entered, select .
6 If necessary, select a location.
Finding an address
NOTE: the order of the steps may change depending on the
map data loaded on your device.
1 Select .
2 If necessary, select to search near a different town or area.
3 Select Address.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to enter address
information.
5 Select the address.
Location Search Results
By default, the location search results appear in a list, with the
nearest location at the top. You can scroll down to view more
results.
Select a location to view the option menu.
Select to view detailed information about the selected location.
Select to view the selected location in the Garmin Explore app.
Select to view alternate routes to the locations.
Go! Select to start navigating to the location using the
recommended route.
Select to view the search results on the map.
Location Search Results on the Map
You can view the results of a location search on the map instead
of in a list.
From the location search results, select . The nearest location
appears at the centre of the map, and basic information about
the selected location appears at the bottom of the map.
Finding and saving locations
2 Scroll to the Other Categories section, and select a category.
Parking
Your Overlander device includes detailed parking data, which
can help you find nearby parking based on the likelihood of
available parking spots, type of parking area, price, or accepted
payment methods.
Finding Parking Near Your Current Location
1 Select > Categories > Parking.
2 Select Filter Parking, and select one or more categories to
Drag the map to view additional search results.
Additional search results. Select to view another location.
Selected location summary. Select to view detailed information
about the selected location.
Go! Select to start navigating to the location using the
recommended route.
Select to view the search results in a list.
Changing the search area
By default, the device searches for locations near your current
location. You can also search other areas, such as near your
destination, near another city, or along your active route.
1 Select .
2 Select next to the current search area .
filter parking by availability, type, price, or payment methods
(optional).
NOTE: detailed parking data is not available in all areas or
for all parking locations.
3 Select a parking location.
4 Select Go!.
Understanding Parking Colours and Symbols
Parking locations that include detailed parking data are colourcoded to show the likelihood of finding parking. Symbols indicate
the type of parking available (street or car park), relative pricing
information and payment type.
You can view the legend for these colours and symbols on the
device.
From the parking search results, select .
Search tools
Search tools allow you to search for specific types of locations
by responding to on-screen prompts.
Finding a junction
You can search for a junction between two streets, motorways,
or other roads.
1 Select > Categories > Junctions.
2 Follow the on-screen instructions to enter street information.
3 Select the junction.
Finding a town
1 Select > Towns.
2 Select an option:
3 Select a search area.
4 If necessary, follow the on-screen instructions to select a
specific location.
The selected search area appears next to . When you search
for a location using any of the options in the menu, the device
suggests locations near this area first.
Custom points of interest
Custom POIs are customised points on the map. They can
contain alerts that let you know if you are near a designated
point or if you are travelling faster than a specified speed.
Installing POI Loader
You can create or download custom POI lists on your computer
and install them on your device using POI Loader software.
1 Go to www.garmin.com/poiloader.
2 Follow the on-screen instructions.
Finding custom POIs
Before you can find custom POIs, you must load custom POIs
on your device using the POI Loader software (Installing POI
Loader, page 9).
1 Select > Categories.
Finding and saving locations
• Select a town from the list of nearby town.
• To search near another location, select (Changing the
search area, page 9).
• To search for a town by name, select Search, enter a
town name, and select .
Finding a location using coordinates
You can find a location using latitude and longitude coordinates.
1 Select > Coordinates.
2 If necessary, select , and change the coordinate format or
datum.
3 Enter the latitude and longitude coordinates.
4 Select View on Map.
Viewing history
Your device stores a history of the last 50 locations you have
found.
Select > History.
Clearing the list of recently found places
Select
> History >
> Clear > Yes.
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Viewing current location information
You can use the Where Am I? page to view information about
your current location. This feature is helpful if you need to tell
emergency personnel your location.
From the map, select the vehicle.
Finding emergency services and fuel
You can use the Where Am I? page to find the nearest
hospitals, police stations, and fuel stations.
1 From the map, select the vehicle.
2 Select Hospitals, Police Station, Petrol Stations or
Roadside Assist..
NOTE: some service categories are not available in all areas.
A list of locations for the selected service appears, with the
nearest locations at the top.
Select
a location.
3
4 Select an option:
• To navigate to the location, select Go!.
• To view the phone number and other location details,
select .
Getting directions to your current location
If you need to tell another person how to get to your current
location, your device can give you a list of directions.
1 From the map, select the vehicle.
2 Select > Directions to Me.
3 Select a starting location.
4 Select Select.
Adding a shortcut
You can add shortcuts to the Where To? menu. A shortcut can
point to a location, a category, or a search tool.
The Where To? menu can contain up to 36 shortcut icons.
1 Select > Personalise.
2 Select an item.
Removing a shortcut
1 Select > > Remove Shortcut(s).
2 Select a shortcut to remove.
3 Select the shortcut again to confirm.
4 Select Done.
Saving Locations
Saving a location
1 Search for a location (Finding a location by category,
page 7).
2 From the search results, select a location.
3 Select > Save.
4 Enter a name and select Done.
Saving your current location
1 From the map, select the vehicle icon.
2 Select Save.
3 Enter a name and select Done.
4 Select OK.
Editing a favourite location
1 Select > Favourites.
2 If necessary, select a category.
3 Select a location.
4 Select .
5 Select > Edit.
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6 Select an option:
• Select Name.
• Select Phone Number.
• Select Categories to assign categories to the saved
location.
• Select Change Map Symbol to change the symbol used
to mark the saved location on a map.
7 Edit the information.
8 Select Done.
Assigning categories to a saved location
You can add custom categories to organise your saved
locations.
NOTE: categories appear in the saved locations menu after you
have saved more than 12 locations.
1 Select > Favourites.
2 Select a location.
3 Select .
4 Select > Edit > Categories.
5 Enter one or more category names, separate by commas.
6 If necessary, select a suggested category.
7 Select Done.
Deleting a favourite location
NOTE: deleted locations cannot be recovered.
1 Select > Favourites.
2 Select > Delete Favourite(s).
3 Select the box next to the saved locations to delete and
select Delete.
Using the Street Map
You can use the street map to navigate a route (Your route on
the map, page 4) or to view a map of your surroundings when
no route is active.
1 Select Drive.
2 Select anywhere on the map.
3 Select an option:
• Drag the map to pan left, right, up, or down.
• To zoom in or out, select or .
• To switch between North Up and 3-D views, select .
• To filter the displayed points of interest by category, select
.
• To start a route, select a location on the map, and select
Go! (Starting a route by using the map, page 4).
Map Tools
Map tools provide quick access to information and device
functions while you view the map. When you activate a map
tool, it appears in a panel at the edge of the map.
Stop: stops navigation of the active route.
Edit Route: allows you to re-route or skip locations in your route
(Changing Your Active Route, page 5).
Mute: mutes the master volume.
Towns Ahead: shows upcoming towns and services along your
active route or along a highway.
Up Ahead: shows upcoming locations along the route or the
road on which you are travelling (Up ahead, page 11).
Elevation: displays elevation changes ahead.
Using the Street Map
Traffic: displays traffic conditions along your route or in your
area (Viewing upcoming traffic, page 12). This feature is not
available in all areas or for all device models.
Trip Data: displays customisable trip data, such as speed or
mileage (Viewing trip data from the map, page 11).
Turns: displays a list of upcoming turns in your route (Viewing
turns and directions, page 4).
Phone: displays a list of recent phone calls from your connected
phone, and displays in-call options while a phone call is
active (Using in-call options, page 15).
Warning and alert symbols may appear on the map or in route
directions to alert you to potential hazards and road conditions.
Restriction Warnings
Height
Weight
Axle Weight
Length
Width
No Lorries Allowed
Viewing a map tool
1 From the map, select .
2 Select a map tool.
No Trailers Allowed
The map tool appears in a panel at the edge of the map.
3 When you have finished using the map tool, select .
No Water Pollutants Allowed
Up ahead
No U Turn
The Up Ahead tool provides information about upcoming
locations along your route or the road on which you are
travelling. You can view upcoming points of interest, such as
restaurants, petrol stations, or roadside service. When travelling
on a motorway, you can also view information and available
services for upcoming exits and cities, similar to the information
on motorway road signs.
You can customise three categories to show in the Up Ahead
tool.
Viewing upcoming locations
1 From the map, select > Up Ahead.
2 Select an option:
• To view the next upcoming location in each category,
select , if necessary.
• To view information and available services for upcoming
motorway exits or cities, select .
NOTE: this option is available only while you are travelling
on a motorway, or when your route includes a motorway.
3 Select an item to view a list of locations for that category,
exit, or city.
Customising the up ahead categories
You can change the location categories that appear in the Up
Ahead tool.
1 From the map, select > Up Ahead.
2 Select a category.
3 Select .
4 Select an option:
• To move a category up or down in the list, select and drag
the arrow next to the category name.
• To change a category, select the category.
• To create a custom category, select a category, select
Custom Search, and enter the name of a business or
category.
5 Select Save.
Warning and alert symbols
WARNING
Entering your vehicle profile characteristics does not guarantee
that your vehicle's characteristics will be accounted for in all
route suggestions or that you will receive the warning icons in all
cases. Limitations may exist in the map data such that your
device cannot account for these restrictions or road conditions in
all cases. Always defer to all posted road signs and road
conditions when making driving decisions.
Using the Street Map
No Hazardous Materials Allowed
No Flammables Allowed
No Left Turn
No Right Turn
Road condition warnings
Risk of grounding
Lateral wind
Narrow road
Sharp curve
Steep down hill
Tree overhang
Alerts
Weighbridge
Road not verified for lorries
Trip information
Viewing trip data from the map
Before you can view trip data on the map, you must add the tool
to the map tools menu.
From the map, select > Trip Data.
Customising the trip data fields
Before you can customise the data that appears in the trip data
map tool, you must add the trip data tool to the map tools menu.
1 From the map, select > Trip Data.
2 Select a trip data field.
3 Select an option.
The new trip data field appears in the trip data map tool.
Viewing the trip information page
The trip information page displays your speed and provides
statistics about your trip.
NOTE: if you make frequent stops, leave the device turned on,
so it can accurately measure elapsed time during the trip.
From the map, select Speed.
Viewing the trip log
Your device keeps a trip log, which is a record of the path you
have travelled.
> Navigation > Map & Vehicle > Map Layers.
1 Select
2 Select the Trip Log tick box.
Resetting trip information
1 From the map, select Speed.
2 Select > Reset Field(s).
3 Select an option:
• When not navigating a route, select Select All to reset
every data field on the first page except the speedometer.
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• Select Reset Trip Data to reset the information on the trip
computer.
• Select Reset Max. Speed to reset the maximum speed.
• Select Reset Trip B to reset the odometer.
The Garmin Explore app is included on your device. You can
also download the Garmin Explore app from the app store on
your smartphone, or you can go to explore.garmin.com.
Viewing upcoming traffic
Before you can use this feature, your device must be receiving
traffic data (Traffic, page 16).
You can view traffic incidents coming up along your route or
along the road on which you are travelling.
1 While navigating a route, select > Traffic.
The nearest upcoming traffic incident appears in a panel on
the right side of the map.
2 Select the traffic incident to view additional details.
Viewing traffic on the map
The traffic map shows colour-coded traffic flow and delays on
nearby roads.
1 From the main menu, select > > Traffic.
2 If necessary, select > Legend to view the legend for the
traffic map.
Searching for traffic incidents
1 From the main menu, select > > Traffic.
2 Select > Incidents.
3 Select an item in the list.
4 If there is more than one incident, use the arrows to view
Select to open the map settings menu.
Select to add waypoints and create routes.
Select to open the Garmin Drive™ app for street navigation.
Select to change the map orientation.
Select to zoom in the map.
Select to zoom out the map.
Select to view the map.
Select to manage waypoints, tracks, routes and activities.
Select to view Garmin Explore account information and settings.
additional incidents.
Customising the map
Customising the map layers
You can customise which data appears on the map, such as
icons for points of interest and road conditions.
> Navigation > Map & Vehicle > Map Layers.
1 Select
2 Select the tick box next to each layer you want to show on
the map.
Changing the map data field
1 From the map, select a data field.
NOTE: you cannot customise Speed.
2 Select a type of data to display.
Changing the map perspective
> Navigation > Map & Vehicle > Driving Map
1 Select
View.
2 Select an option:
• Select Track Up to display the map in two dimensions (2D), with your direction of travel at the top.
• Select North Up to display the map in 2-D with North at
the top.
• Select 3-D to display the map in three dimensions.
Off-Road Navigation
Garmin Explore
The Garmin Explore website and mobile app allow you to plan
trips and use cloud storage for your waypoints, routes and
tracks. Garmin Explore offers advanced planning both online
and offline, allowing you to share and sync data with your
device. You can use the included app to download maps for
offline access, and then navigate anywhere without using your
mobile data service.
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Logging in to a Garmin Explore Account
The first time you use your device, you are prompted to log in to
a Garmin Explore account.
1 Select Explore.
2 Read and agree to the End User Licence Agreement.
NOTE: if you do not agree with the licence terms, you can
select to exit the Garmin Explore app. You cannot use the
Garmin Explore app until you accept the licence agreements.
3 Select Next.
4 Select an option:
• If you want to sync your device data with your Garmin
Explore account automatically, select Sync My Data.
• If you want to create a Garmin Explore account without
synchronising data, select Not Now.
Select
an option:
5
• If you have a Garmin Explore account, enter your email
address and password, and select Next.
• If you do not have a Garmin Explore account, select
Create One.
6 Follow the on-screen instructions to create or log in to your
Garmin Explore account.
Map
Downloading Garmin Explore Maps
Before you can download Garmin Explore maps, you must
connect to a wireless network (Connecting to a Wireless
Network, page 17).
1 From the Explore app, select > Map > Download Maps.
A list of maps for your location appears.
2 Select Show More Map Types to view additional map types
(optional).
3 Select a map type, and select .
4 If necessary, select Select Region or Select Waypoint to
download maps for a different region or waypoint location.
Off-Road Navigation
Updating Garmin Explore Maps
1 From the Explore app, select
> Map > Map Updates.
A list of map updates appears.
2 Select an option:
• To download a specific map, select .
• To download all map updates, select Update All.
Filtering Map Data
1 Select Map > .
2 Select an option:
• To filter collections map data, select Collections and
select an option.
• To filter activities map data, select Activities and select
an option.
Garmin Explore Map Settings
From the Explore app, select Map > .
Data Fields: adds data fields for heading, elevation, speed and
GPS coordinates to the map.
Scale Bar: adds a distance scale to the map.
Units: sets the units of measure.
Creating a Waypoint
You can use the Garmin Explore app to create and save
waypoints. You can use your device to navigate to waypoint
locations.
1 Select Map.
2 Select an option.
• To create a waypoint at your current location, select >
Add Waypoint.
• To create a waypoint in another location on the map,
touch a location on the map and select Add Waypoint.
3 If necessary, select Select to edit notes. and add notes
about the location.
Create a Route
From the Explore app, select Map > > Add Route.
Select a starting location.
Select additional points to create a line for your route.
If necessary, select Edit, select a point and move it.
If necessary, select Delete and select a point.
Select Save.
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Library
Viewing Your Library
1 From the Explore app, select Library.
2 Select a data type.
3 Select an item to view the details.
TIP: you can select
to view the elevation profile for a
track, route or activity.
to download maps for the area.
4 If necessary, select
Navigating to a favourite location
You can start a route to a saved waypoint, track or route in your
Garmin Explore library.
1 From the Explore app, select Library.
2 Select Waypoints, Tracks or Routes.
3 Select a location.
4 Select .
Creating a Collection
1 Select Library > New Collection.
2 Enter a collection name.
3 Select the collection, and select Add.
Off-Road Navigation
4 Select a data type.
5 Select one or more items, and select Add.
Viewing Collections
1 Select Library.
2 Select a collection.
3 Select a data type.
4 Select an item to view the details.
to download maps for the area.
5 If necessary, select
Synchronising Garmin Explore Account Data
Before you can synchronise account data, you must connect to
a Wi‑Fi network.
You can synchronise data, such as waypoints, routes and
activities with your Garmin Explore account. This can be helpful
to keep your data available on each of your compatible devices.
Your device periodically synchronises data with your account
automatically. You can also synchronise data manually at any
time.
1 From the Explore app, select Accounts.
2 Verify that the Sync User Data option is selected.
3 Select .
Recording Tracks
Tracking records your path. When you start tracking, your
device logs your location and updates the track. If your device is
paired with an inReach device, your device records track points
and transmits them over the satellite network at the specified
send interval.
1 Select > > Track Recorder.
2 Select Start.
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Changing Tracking Intervals
Before you can change tracking intervals, you must pair your
device with a compatible inReach device.
You can change the tracking intervals to determine how often
your device logs and transmits track points.
1 Select > > Track Recorder > .
2 Select an option:
• To change the frequency at which the device records a
track point and transmits it over the satellite network,
select Send Interval.
• To change the frequency at which the device logs your
location and updates the track line, select Log Interval.
Select
an interval.
3
TIP: you can select Off to disable sending or logging
features.
Stopping Tracking
1 Select > > Track Recorder > Stop.
2 Select an option.
• To continue recording a track, select Resume Recording.
• To save a track for viewing in Garmin Explore, select Save
Track to Garmin Explore.
• To discard the track, select Discard Track.
Pitch and Roll
WARNING
The Pitch and Roll application is intended to show vehicle
angles based on calibrated measurements only. You are
responsible for calibrating the device. Changes to the position of
the device after calibration may affect the accuracy of its
measurements. Measured values are suggestions only based
on your input into the device. Take readings often and carefully,
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and allow the readings to stabilise after significant changes in
environmental conditions. Always allow a margin of safety for
changing conditions and reading errors. Failure to account for
your vehicle and your environment could cause an incident
resulting in death or serious injury.
The device alerts you if your vehicle pitches or rolls at an angle
that could affect the vehicle's stability.
Calibrating Pitch and Roll
You can set the angle of your vehicle to zero at any time.
1 Park your vehicle on a flat, level surface.
2 Adjust the position of your device in the mount so you can
comfortably view the screen.
3 Select > > Pitch and Roll > Calibrate.
The values for pitch and roll reset to 0 degrees.
WARNING
To maintain the best accuracy, you must calibrate pitch and roll
each time you reposition your device.
Adjusting Warning Angles
You can adjust the angles at which the device activates a pitch
or roll alert. You are responsible for knowing and setting the
correct pitch and roll angle for your vehicle.
1 Select > > Pitch and Roll > > Warning Angles.
2 Swipe up or down to adjust the pitch or roll warning angles.
3 Select Accept.
Enabling or Disabling Warning Angle Alerts
1 Select > > Pitch and Roll > .
2 Select an option:
• To enable or disable pitch and roll notifications, select
Pitch and Roll Notifications.
• To enable or disable audible alerts, select Audible Alerts.
Viewing the Altimeter, Barometer and
Compass
The device contains internal altimeter, barometer and compass
sensors with automatic calibration.
Select > > ABC.
Calibrating the compass
NOTICE
Calibrate the electronic compass outdoors. To improve heading
accuracy, do not stand near metal objects or objects that
influence magnetic fields, such as vehicles, electronic devices,
buildings or overhead power lines.
When your device is connected to the magnetic mount, it uses
GPS data to determine your compass heading. When you
remove the device from the magnetic mount, it uses a built-in
compass to show your heading.
Each time you disconnect your device from the magnetic mount,
the device prompts you to calibrate the compass. If you
experience irregular compass behaviour, for example, after
moving long distances or after extreme temperature changes,
you can manually calibrate the compass to improve accuracy.
1 Disconnect the device from the magnetic mount and move
away from objects that influence magnetic fields.
> Calibrate Compass.
2 Select
3 Follow the on-screen instructions.
inReach Remote
The inReach remote function allows you to control your inReach
device using your Overlander device. You can send messages,
view weather reports, trigger an SOS alert and more. Go to
buy.garmin.com to purchase an inReach device.
Connecting an inReach Device
1 Bring the inReach device within 3 m (10 ft.) of your
Overlander device.
On
your Overlander device, select .
2
3 Select the Explore tab.
4 Select inReach.
5 Follow the on-screen instructions on your Overlander device
to complete the pairing process.
After the pairing process is complete, the inReach and
Overlander devices connect automatically when they are within
range.
Sending an inReach Message
Before you can send an inReach message using your
Overlander device, you must pair it with a compatible inReach
device (Connecting an inReach Device, page 14).
You can use your device to send inReach messages to your
contacts.
1 Select > > inReach > .
2 Select to add one or more contacts.
3 Enter a message.
4 Select Send.
SOS
During an emergency, you can contact the GEOS International
Emergency Rescue Coordination Center (IERCC) to request
help. Pressing the SOS button sends a message to the rescue
coordination centre, and they notify the appropriate emergency
responders of your situation. You can communicate with the
rescue coordination centre during your emergency while you
wait for help to arrive. You should only use the SOS function in a
real emergency situation.
Initiating an SOS Rescue
Before you can initiate an SOS rescue using your Overlander
device, you must pair it with a compatible inReach device
(Connecting an inReach Device, page 14).
NOTE: while in SOS mode, the inReach device cannot be
turned off.
1 Select > > inReach > > SOS.
2 Slide the SOS icon to the right.
3 Wait for the SOS countdown.
The device sends a default message to the emergency
response service with details about your location.
4 Reply to the confirmation message from the emergency
response service.
Your reply lets the emergency response service know that
you are capable of interacting with them during the rescue.
For the first 10 minutes of your rescue, an updated location is
sent to the emergency response service every minute. To
conserve battery power after the first 10 minutes, an updated
location is sent every 10 minutes when moving and every 30
minutes when stationary.
Cancelling an SOS Rescue
If you no longer need assistance, you can cancel an SOS
rescue after it is sent to the emergency response service.
Select Cancel SOS > Cancel SOS.
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inReach Remote
Your device transmits the cancellation request. When you
receive a confirmation message from the emergency response
service, the device returns to normal operation.
Hands-free calling
NOTE: while most phones and headsets are supported and can
be used, it cannot be guaranteed that a particular phone or
headset can be used. All features may not be available for your
phone.
Using Bluetooth wireless technology, your device can connect to
your mobile phone and wireless headset or helmet to become a
hands-free device. To determine whether your mobile device
with Bluetooth technology is compatible with your device, go to
www.garmin.com/bluetooth.
Pairing your phone
Before you can use hands-free calling, you must pair your
device with a compatible mobile phone.
1 Place your phone and your Overlander device within 3 m (10
ft.) of each other.
2 On your phone, enable Bluetooth wireless technology and set
your phone to be visible or discoverable to other devices.
For more information, see the owner's manual for your
phone.
On
your Overlander device, select
> Bluetooth.
3
4 Select the toggle switch to turn on Bluetooth technology.
A list of nearby Bluetooth devices appears.
5 Select your phone from the list.
6 If necessary, verify the code displayed on your phone
matches the code displayed on your Overlander device.
7 Select Pair.
NOTE: to view contacts and call logs on your Overlander
device, you may need to go to the Bluetooth settings on your
phone and enable the contact sharing permission for the paired
Overlander device. For more information, see the owner's
manual for your phone.
Tips after pairing the devices
• After the initial pairing, the two devices can connect
automatically each time you turn them on.
• When your phone is connected to your device, you are ready
to receive voice calls.
• When you turn on the device, it tries to connect to the last
phone to which it was connected.
• You might need to set your phone to connect to the device
automatically when the device is turned on.
• To place phone calls, the contact sharing permission must be
enabled for the navigation device in the Bluetooth settings on
your phone.
• You should verify that the Bluetooth features you want to use
are enabled.
Pairing Additional Bluetooth Devices
1 Place your headset or phone and your Bluetooth device
within 33 ft. (10 m) of each other.
2 On your device, enable Bluetooth wireless technology.
3 On your headset or phone, enable Bluetooth wireless
technology and make it visible to other Bluetooth devices.
> Bluetooth.
A list of nearby Bluetooth devices appears.
5 Select your headset or phone from the list.
6 Select Pair.
4 On your device, select
Hands-free calling
Placing a call
1 Select .
2 Select an option:
• To dial a number, select , enter the phone number, and
select .
• To call a recently dialled or received phone number, select
, and select a number.
• To call a contact from your phone book, select , and
select a contact.
Receiving a call
When you receive a call, select Answer or Dismiss.
Using in-call options
In-call options appear when you answer a call. Some options
may not be compatible with your phone.
TIP: if you close the in-call options page, you can open it again
by selecting from the main menu.
• To set up a conference call, select .
• To transfer audio to your phone, select .
TIP: you can use this feature if you want to disconnect the
Bluetooth connection and remain on the call, or if you need
privacy.
• To use the dial pad, select .
TIP: you can use this feature to use automated systems,
such as voice mail.
• To mute the microphone, select .
• To hang up, select
.
Saving a Phone Number as a Preset
You can save up to three contacts as presets on the dial pad.
This allows you to quickly call your home phone number, family
members, or frequently called contacts.
1 Select > .
2 Hold a preset number, such as Preset 1.
3 Select a contact.
Disconnecting a Bluetooth device
You can temporarily disconnect a Bluetooth device without
deleting it from the paired devices list. The Bluetooth device can
connect to your Overlander device automatically in the future.
> Bluetooth.
1 Select
2 Select the device to disconnect.
Deleting a paired Bluetooth device
You can delete a paired Bluetooth device to prevent it from
automatically connecting to your Overlander device in the future.
Deleting a paired smartphone also deletes all synced
phonebook contacts and call history from your Overlander
device.
> Bluetooth.
1 Select
2 Next to the Bluetooth device name, select > Forget.
Deleting a paired phone
You can delete a paired phone to prevent it from automatically
connecting to your device in the future.
> Bluetooth.
1 Select
2 Next to the phone name, select > Forget.
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Traffic
NOTICE
Garmin is not responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of the
traffic information.
Your device can provide information about traffic on the road
ahead or on your route. You can set your device to avoid traffic
when calculating routes, and to find a new route to your
destination if a large traffic delay occurs on your active route
(Traffic Settings, page 17). The traffic map allows you to
browse the map for traffic delays in your area.
To provide traffic information, your device must be receiving
traffic data.
• All product models can receive traffic data using an over-theair traffic receiver cable accessory (Receiving traffic data
using a traffic receiver, page 16). Go to your product page
at garmin.com to find and purchase a compatible traffic
receiver cable accessory.
Traffic data is not available in all areas. For information about
traffic coverage areas, go to garmin.com/traffic.
Receiving traffic data using a traffic receiver
NOTICE
Heated (metallised) windscreens could degrade the
performance of the traffic receiver.
A traffic receiver receives traffic data from an over-the-air
broadcast signal, where available. An over-the-air traffic receiver
cable is available as an accessory for all product models. Go to
your product page at garmin.com to find and purchase a
compatible traffic receiver cable accessory. Traffic data is not
available in all areas.
Connect the device to vehicle power using the traffic receiver
cable (Mounting and Powering the Device in Your Vehicle,
page 1).
NOTE: the traffic receiver cable has an integrated antenna
for the built-in digital traffic receiver. Where available, the
digital traffic receiver receives traffic data from FM radio
stations using HD Radio™ technology.
When you are within a traffic coverage area, your device can
display traffic information and help you avoid traffic delays.
Enabling traffic
Before you can enable traffic, you must connect your device to a
compatible traffic receiver cable (Receiving traffic data using a
traffic receiver, page 16).
You can enable or disable traffic data.
> Navigation > Traffic.
1 Select
Select
the
Traffic
tick box.
2
Viewing traffic on the map
The traffic map shows colour-coded traffic flow and delays on
nearby roads.
1 From the main menu, select > > Traffic.
2 If necessary, select > Legend to view the legend for the
traffic map.
Searching for traffic incidents
1 From the main menu, select > > Traffic.
2 Select > Incidents.
3 Select an item in the list.
4 If there is more than one incident, use the arrows to view
additional incidents.
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Voice Command
NOTE: voice command is not available for all languages and
regions, and may not be available on all models.
NOTE: Voice Activated Navigation may not achieve desired
performance when in a noisy environment.
Voice command allows you to use your device by saying words
and commands. The voice command menu provides voice
prompts and a list of available commands.
Setting the wake-up phrase
The wake-up phrase is a word or phrase you can say to activate
voice command. The default wake-up phrase is OK Garmin.
TIP: you can reduce the chance of accidental voice command
activation by using a strong wake-up phrase.
1 Select > > Voice Command > > Wake-Up Phrase.
2 Enter a new wake-up phrase.
The device indicates the strength of the wake-up phrase as
you enter the phrase.
Select
Done.
3
Activating voice command
1 Say OK Garmin.
The voice command menu appears.
2 Say a command from the menu.
3 Respond to the voice prompts to complete the search or
action.
Voice Command tips
• Speak in a normal voice directed at the device.
• Reduce background noise, such as voices or the radio, to
increase the accuracy of the voice recognition.
• Say commands as they appear on the screen.
• Respond to voice prompts from the device as needed.
• Increase the length of your wake-up phrase to reduce the
chance of accidental voice command activation.
• Listen for two tones to confirm when the device enters and
exits voice command.
Starting a route using Voice command
You can say the names of popular, well known locations.
1 Say your wake-up phrase (Setting the wake-up phrase,
page 16).
2 Say Find Place.
3 Listen for the voice prompt and say the name of the location.
4 Say the line number.
5 Say Navigate.
Muting Instructions
You can disable the voice prompts for voice command without
muting the device.
1 Select > > Voice Command > .
2 Select Mute Instructions > Enabled.
Using the apps
Viewing the Owner's Manual on Your Device
You can view the complete owner's manual on the device
screen in many languages.
1 Select > Help.
Traffic
The owner's manual appears in the same language as the
software text (Setting the Text Language, page 18).
2 Select to search the owner's manual (optional).
Viewing Previous Routes and Destinations
Before you can use this feature, you must enable the travel
history feature (Device settings, page 18).
You can view your previous routes and places where you have
stopped on the map.
Select > Where I've Been.
Overlander settings
Navigation settings
Select
> Navigation.
Vehicle Profile: sets the vehicle profile for each vehicle with
which you will use your device.
Map & Vehicle: sets the map detail level and the vehicle icon to
display on your device.
Route preferences: Sets the route preferences when
navigating.
Driver Assistance: sets driver assistance alerts.
Traffic: sets the traffic details the device uses. You can set your
device to avoid traffic when calculating routes and to find a
new route to your destination if a traffic delay occurs
(Avoiding traffic delays on your route, page 6).
Units: sets the unit of measure used for distances.
Map and vehicle settings
Select
> Navigation > Map & Vehicle.
Vehicle: sets the vehicle icon that represents your position on
the map.
Driving Map View: sets the perspective on the map.
Map Detail: sets the level of detail on the map. More detail may
cause the map to be drawn more slowly.
Map Theme: changes the colour of the map data.
Map Layers: sets the data that appears on the map page
(Customising the map layers, page 12).
Auto Zoom: automatically selects the zoom level for optimal use
of your map. When disabled, you must zoom in or out
manually.
myMaps: sets which installed maps the device uses.
Enabling maps
You can enable map products installed on your device.
TIP: to purchase additional map products, go to
http://buy.garmin.com.
> Navigation > Map & Vehicle > myMaps.
1 Select
2 Select a map.
Route Preference Settings
Select
> Navigation > Route preferences.
Route Preview: shows a preview of the major roads in your
route when you start navigation.
Calculation Mode: sets the route calculation method.
Avoidances: sets road features to avoid on a route.
Custom Avoidances: allows you to avoid specific roads or
areas.
Environmental Zones: sets the avoidance preferences for
areas with environmental or emissions restrictions that may
apply to your vehicle.
Toll Roads: sets preferences for avoiding toll roads.
NOTE: this feature is not available in all areas.
Overlander settings
Tolls and Fees: sets preferences for avoiding toll roads and toll
stickers.
NOTE: this feature is not available in all areas.
Restricted Mode: disables all functions that require significant
operator attention.
Voice Language: sets the language for navigation voice
prompts.
Travel History: allows the device to record information for the
myTrends, Where I've Been and Trip Log features.
Clear Travel History: clears your travel history for the
myTrends, Where I've Been, and Trip Log features.
Driver Assistance Settings
Select
> Navigation > Driver Assistance.
Audible Driver Alerts: enables an audible alert for each type of
driver alert (Driver awareness features and alerts, page 3).
Proximity Alerts: alerts you when you approach speed
cameras or red light cameras.
Traffic Settings
From the main menu, select
> Navigation > Traffic.
Traffic: enables traffic.
Current Provider: sets the traffic provider to use for traffic data.
The Auto option selects the best available traffic data
automatically.
Subscriptions: lists the current traffic subscriptions.
Optimise Route: enables the device to use optimised
alternative routes automatically or upon request (Avoiding
traffic delays on your route, page 6).
Traffic Alerts: sets the traffic delay severity for which the device
displays a traffic alert.
Enabling Bluetooth wireless technology
Select
> Bluetooth.
Connecting to a Wireless Network
> Wi-Fi.
1 Select
2 If necessary, select the toggle switch to turn on wireless
network technology.
3 Select a wireless network.
4 If necessary, enter the encryption key.
The device connects to the wireless network. The device
remembers the network information and connects automatically
when you return to this location in the future.
Display settings
Select
> Display.
Brightness Level: sets the display brightness level on your
device.
Adaptive Brightness: automatically adjusts the backlight
brightness based on the ambient light when the device is out
of the mount.
Theme: allows you to select day or night colour mode. If you
select the Automatic option, the device automatically
switches to day or night colours based on the time of day.
Wallpaper: sets the wallpaper background on your device.
Sleep: allows you to set the amount of idle time before your
device enters sleep mode while using battery power.
Daydream: enables or disables the daydream screen saver.
Font size: increases or decreases the font size on your device.
When device is rotated: enables the screen to rotate
automatically between portrait and landscape display modes
based on the device orientation or remain in the current
orientation.
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NOTE: while the device is connected to the vehicle mount, it
only supports landscape mode.
Cast: enables you to show the contents of the device screen on
a compatible external display wirelessly.
Sound and Notification Settings
Select
> Sound & notification.
Volume Sliders: set the volume levels for navigation, media,
calls, alarms, and notification alerts.
Do not disturb: sets the rules for the automatic do-not-disturb
feature. This feature allows you to disable audible alerts
during specific times or events.
Default notification ringtone: sets the default notification
ringtone sound on your device.
Adjusting Sound and Notification Volume
> Sound & notification.
1 Select
2 Use the slider bars to adjust the sound and notification
volume.
Enabling or Disabling Location Services
The location services feature must be enabled for your device to
find your location, calculate routes and provide navigational
assistance. You can disable location services to save battery
power or to plan a route when the device is indoors, away from
GPS signals. When location services are disabled, the device
enables a GPS simulator to calculate and simulate routes.
> Location.
1 Select
2 Select the toggle switch to enable or disable location
services.
NOTE: for most uses, you should not change the Mode setting
from the default option of Device only. The device includes a
high-performance GPS antenna that provides the most accurate
location data while navigating.
Setting the Text Language
You can select the language for text in the device software.
Restoring settings
You can restore a category of settings to the factory default
values.
.
1 Select
Select
a
settings
category.
2
3 Select > Restore.
Resetting Data and Settings
The device offers several options for deleting your user data and
resetting all settings to the factory default values.
.
1 Select
Select
an
option:
2
• To clear your travel history, select Navigation > Route
preferences > Clear Travel History.
This option deletes all records of the places you have
travelled. It does not delete favourite locations, accounts,
apps or installed maps.
• To reset all navigation settings to the factory default
values, select Navigation > > Restore.
This option does not delete any user data.
• To remove all saved wireless networks and paired
devices, select Device Reset > Network settings reset.
This option does not delete any other user data.
• To delete all user data and reset all settings to the factory
default values, select Device Reset > Factory data reset.
This option deletes your travel history, apps, accounts,
settings, saved networks, paired devices and all other
user data. Installed maps are not deleted. User files in the
Garmin folder may not be deleted.
Device information
Viewing E-label Regulatory and Compliance
Information
> Language & input > Language.
1 Select
2 Select a language.
1 From the settings menu, swipe to the bottom of the menu.
2 Select About device > Regulatory information.
Date and time settings
Specifications
Select
> Date & Time.
Automatic date & time: automatically sets the time based on
information from the connected network.
Set date: sets the month, day, and year on your device.
Set time: sets the time on your device.
Select time zone: sets the time zone on your device.
Use 24-hour format: enables or disables the 24-hour time
format.
Operating temperature
range
From -20° to 55°C (from -4° to 131°F)
Charging temperature
range
From 0° to 45°C (from 32° to 113°F)
Radio frequency/
protocol
2.4 GHz @ 15 dBm
Power input
Vehicle power using the included vehicle
power cable. AC power using an optional
accessory (for home and office use only).
Battery type
Rechargeable lithium-ion
Device settings
Select
> About device.
System updates: allows you to update map and device
software.
Status: displays the battery status and network information.
Legal Information: allows you to view the end-user licence
agreement (EULA) and software licence information.
Regulatory information: displays e-label regulatory and
compliance information.
Garmin device information: displays hardware and software
version information.
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Compass-safe distance 30.5 cm (12 in.)
Charging the Device
NOTE: this Class III product shall be powered by an LPS power
supply.
You can charge the battery in the device using any of these
methods.
• Install the device in the mount, and connect the mount to
vehicle power.
• Connect the device to an optional power adapter accessory,
such as a wall power adapter.
You can purchase an approved Garmin AC-DC adapter
suitable for home or office use from a Garmin dealer or
Device information
www.garmin.com. The device may charge slowly when
connected to a third-party adapter.
Device maintenance
Garmin Support Centre
Go to support.garmin.com for help and information, such as
product manuals, frequently asked questions, videos and
customer support.
on-screen instructions to install it (Installing Garmin Express,
page 19).
2 Open the Garmin Express application.
3 Connect your device to your computer using a microUSB cable.
The small end of the cable connects to the micro-USB port
on your Overlander device and the large end connects to an
available USB port on your computer.
Updating Maps and Software Using a Wi‑Fi
Network
NOTICE
Map and software updates may require the device to download
large files. Regular data limits or charges from your internet
service provider apply. Contact your internet service provider for
more information about data limits or charges.
You can update the maps and software by connecting your
device to a Wi‑Fi network that provides access to the internet.
This allows you to keep your device up to date without
connecting it to a computer.
1 Using the included USB cable, connect the device to external
power.
NOTE: a USB power adapter is not included. Go to the
product page on garmin.com to purchase a power adapter
accessory.
2 Connect the device to a Wi‑Fi network (Connecting to a
Wireless Network, page 17).
While connected to a Wi‑Fi network, the device checks for
available updates automatically and displays a notification
when an update is available.
3 Select an option:
• When an update notification appears, swipe down from
the top of the screen, and select An update is available..
• To manually check for updates, select
> About device
> System updates.
The device displays available map and software updates.
When an update is available, Update Available appears
below Map or Software.
4 Select an option:
• To install all available updates, select Download.
• To install only map updates, select Map.
• To install only software updates, select Software.
5 If necessary, read the licence agreements, and select
Accept All to accept the agreements.
NOTE: if you do not agree with the licence terms, you can
select Reject. This stops the update process. You cannot
install updates until you accept the licence agreements.
6 Keep the device connected to external power and within
range of the Wi‑Fi network until the update process is
complete.
TIP: if a map update is interrupted or cancelled before it
completes, your device may be missing map data. To repair
missing map data, you must update the maps again.
Updating Maps and Software with Garmin
Express
You can use the Garmin Express application to download and
install the latest map and software updates for your device.
1 If you do not have the Garmin Express application installed
on your computer, go to garmin.com/express and follow the
Device maintenance
4 In the Garmin Express application, click Add a Device.
The Garmin Express application searches for your device
and displays the device name and serial number.
5 Click Add Device and follow the on-screen instructions to
add your device to the Garmin Express application.
When setup is complete, the Garmin Express application
displays the updates available for your device.
6 Select an option:
• To install all available updates, click Install All.
• To install a specific update, click View Details and click
Install next to the update you want.
The Garmin Express application downloads and installs the
updates onto your device. Map updates are very large and
this process may take a long time on slower internet
connections.
NOTE: if a map update is too large for the internal storage of
the device, the software may prompt you to install a microSD
card in your device to add storage space (Installing a
memory card for maps and data, page 21).
7 Follow the on-screen instructions during the update process
to finish installing updates.
For example, during the update process, the Garmin Express
application may instruct you to disconnect and reconnect
your device.
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Installing Garmin Express
The Garmin Express application is available for Windows and
Mac computers.
1 On your computer, go to garmin.com/express.
2 Select an option:
• To view the system requirements and verify the Garmin
Express application is compatible with your computer,
select System Requirements.
• To install on a Windows computer, select Download for
Windows.
• To install on a Mac computer, select Download for Mac.
3 Open the downloaded file, and follow the on-screen
instructions to complete the installation.
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Device Care
NOTICE
Avoid dropping your device.
Do not store the device where prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can occur, as it can cause permanent damage.
Never use a hard or sharp object to operate the touchscreen as
this may result in damage.
Do not expose the device to water.
Cleaning the outer casing
NOTICE
Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic
components.
1 Clean the outer casing of the device (not the touchscreen)
using a cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution.
2 Wipe the device dry.
Cleaning the Touchscreen
1 Use a soft, clean, lint-free cloth.
2 If necessary, lightly dampen the cloth with water.
3 If using a dampened cloth, turn off the device and disconnect
the device from the power.
4 Gently wipe the screen with the cloth.
Avoiding theft
• Remove the device and mount from sight when not in use.
• Remove the residue left on the windscreen by the suction
cup.
• Do not keep your unit in the glove compartment.
• Register your device using the Garmin Express software
(garmin.com/express).
Changing the Fuse in the Vehicle Power
Cable
NOTICE
When replacing the fuse, do not lose any of the small pieces
and make sure they are put back in the proper position. The
vehicle power cable does not work unless it is assembled
correctly.
If your device does not charge in your vehicle, you may need to
replace the fuse located at the tip of the vehicle adapter.
1 Rotate the end piece anti-clockwise to unlock it.
TIP: you may need to use a coin to remove the end piece.
2 Remove the end piece, the silver tip , and the fuse .
3 Insert a new fast-blow fuse that has the same current, such
as 1 A or 2 A.
4 Place the silver tip in the end piece.
5 Push in the end piece and rotate it clockwise to lock it back
into the vehicle power cable .
Resetting the device
You can reset your device if it stops functioning.
Hold the power key for 12 seconds.
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Removing the Device, Mount and Suction
Cup
Removing the Mount from the Suction Cup
1 Turn the device mount to the right or left.
2 Apply pressure until the socket on the mount releases the
ball on the suction cup.
Removing the Suction Cup from the Windscreen
1 Flip the lever on the suction cup towards you.
2 Pull the tab on the suction cup towards you.
Troubleshooting
The suction cup will not stay on my
windscreen
1 Clean the suction cup and windscreen with surgical spirit.
2 Dry with a clean, dry cloth.
3 Mount the suction cup (Mounting and Powering the Device in
Your Vehicle, page 1).
The mount does not hold my device in place
while I drive
For the best results, you should keep the vehicle mount clean
and position the device close to the suction cup.
If the device shifts position while you are driving, you should
complete these actions.
• Remove the powered mount from the suction cup arm, and
wipe the ball and socket with a cloth.
Dust and other debris may reduce the friction in the ball and
socket joint and allow the joint to shift while you are driving.
• Rotate the hinged arm toward the suction cup as far as your
windshield angle allows.
Positioning the device closer to the windshield reduces the
effect of jarring and vibration from the road.
My device is not acquiring satellite signals
• Verify the location services feature is enabled.
• Take your device out of car parks and away from tall
buildings and trees.
• Remain stationary for several minutes.
The device does not charge in my vehicle
• Check the fuse in the vehicle power cable (Changing the
Fuse in the Vehicle Power Cable, page 20).
• Verify that the vehicle is turned on and is supplying power to
the power outlet.
• Verify that the interior temperature of the vehicle is within the
charging temperature range indicated in the specifications.
• Verify that the fuse is not broken in the vehicle power socket.
My battery does not stay charged for very
long
• Decrease the screen brightness (Display settings, page 17).
• Shorten the display timeout (Display settings, page 17).
• Decrease the volume (Adjusting Sound and Notification
Volume, page 18).
• Turn off the Wi-Fi radio when it is not in use (Connecting to a
Wireless Network, page 17).
• Put the device in power saving mode when not in use
(Turning the device on or off, page 2).
• Keep your device away from extreme temperatures.
Troubleshooting
• Do not leave your device in direct sunlight.
My device does not connect to my phone
• Select
> Bluetooth.
The Bluetooth option must be enabled.
• Enable Bluetooth wireless technology on your phone and
bring your phone within 10 m (33 ft.) of the device.
• Verify your phone is compatible.
Go to www.garmin.com/bluetooth for more information.
• Complete the pairing process again.
To repeat the pairing process, you must unpair your phone
and device (Deleting a paired phone, page 15) and complete
the pairing process.
Appendix
Backup Cameras
Your device can display the video feed from one or more
connected backup cameras.
Pairing a BC™ 35 Backup Camera with a Garmin
Navigation Device
You must enable the Wi‑Fi setting on your Garmin navigation
device before you can connect to a camera.
The BC 35 wireless backup camera is compatible with some
Garmin navigation devices with Android™. Go to garmin.com
/bc35 for more information about device compatibility.
You can pair up to four BC 35 wireless backup cameras with
your compatible Garmin navigation device.
1 Update your navigation device to the latest software.
Your device may not support the BC 35 camera without the
latest software. For more information about updating, see the
owner's manual for your navigation device.
2 Turn on the Garmin navigation device, and bring it within 3 m
(10 ft.) of the camera.
3 Select > Rear View.
4 Select an option:
• If this is the first camera you are connecting to the
navigation device, select Add New Camera.
• If this is an additional camera you are connecting to the
navigation device, select > Choose Camera > Add New
Camera.
5 Follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTE: the pairing code or password is located on the
transmitter or the camera.
After you complete the pairing process with a camera for the first
time, it connects automatically to the Garmin navigation device.
Viewing the Backup Camera
Your device shows video from the connected backup camera in
different ways, depending on how the camera is connected to
power.
1 Select an option to show video:
• If the camera is connected to a reverse lamp
(recommended), place the vehicle into reverse.
The device automatically shows video from the backup
camera.
• If the camera is connected to a steady power source,
select > Rear View to manually view the camera.
Select
an option to resume normal device operation:
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• If the camera is connected to a reverse lamp
(recommended), take the vehicle out of reverse.
The device automatically resumes normal operation.
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• If the transmitter is connected to a steady power source,
select
to manually hide the camera.
Switching Cameras
When multiple backup cameras are transmitting to your device,
you can switch between the views from the cameras.
1 Select > Rear View.
2 Select > Choose Camera.
3 Select a camera.
The video feed from the camera appears, and the camera
name appears at the top of the screen.
Connecting to a Wireless Display
You can show the contents of the device screen on a compatible
external display wirelessly.
1 Bring your device near the wireless display.
> Display > Cast.
2 Select
3 Select a wireless display.
4 If necessary, enter the PIN.
Data management
You can store files on your device. The device has a memory
card slot for additional data storage.
NOTE: the device is not compatible with Windows 95, 98, Me,
Windows NT and Mac OS 10.3 or earlier.
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About memory cards
You can purchase memory cards from an electronics supplier,
or purchase pre-loaded Garmin mapping software
(www.garmin.com). Memory cards can be used to store files
such as maps and custom POIs.
Installing a memory card for maps and data
You can install a memory card to increase the storage space for
maps and other data on your device. You can purchase memory
cards from an electronics supplier, or go to www.garmin.com
/maps to purchase a memory card with pre-loaded Garmin
mapping software. The device supports microSD memory cards
from 4 to 64 GB.
1 Locate the map and data memory card slot on your device
(Device Overview, page 1).
2 Insert a memory card into the slot.
3 Press it in until it clicks.
Connecting the Device to Your Computer
You can connect the device to your computer using a USB
cable.
1 Plug the small end of the USB cable into the port on the
device.
2 Plug the larger end of the USB cable into a port on your
computer.
Depending on your computer operating system, the device
appears as either a portable device, a removable drive, or a
removable volume.
Transferring data from your computer
1 Connect the device to your computer (Connecting the Device
2
3
4
5
to Your Computer, page 21).
Depending on your computer operating system, the device
appears as either a portable device, a removable drive or a
removable volume.
On your computer, open the file browser.
Select a file.
Select Edit > Copy.
Browse to a folder on the device.
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NOTE: for a removable drive or volume, you should not place
files in the Garmin folder.
6 Select Edit > Paste.
Purchasing additional maps
1 Go to your device product page at garmin.com.
2 Click the Maps tab.
3 Follow the on-screen instructions.
Purchasing accessories
Go to garmin.com/accessories.
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Appendix
Index
Symbols
2-D map view 12
3-D map view 12
A
accessories 22
active lane guidance 4
addresses, finding 8
alarm volume 18
alerts 3, 13, 14
audio 17
proximity points 17
altimeter 14
answering calls 15
applications 12
apps 2
audio, proximity points 17
avoidances 6
area 6
deleting 6
disabling 6
road 6
road features 6
tolls 6
B
backup camera 21. See cameras
barometer 14
battery
charging 1, 18, 20
maximising 20
problems 20
Bluetooth technology 15, 21
deleting a paired device 15
disconnecting a device 15
enabling 17
brightness 2
C
E
emergency services 10
EULAs 18
extras, custom points of interest 9
F
favourite locations
categories 10
deleting 10
editing 10
files, transferring 21
finding locations. 6–8 See also locations
addresses 8
categories 7
coordinates 9
junctions 9
towns 9
finding services 7
Foursquare 8
fuel, stations 10
fuse, changing 20
G
Garmin Explore 7, 12, 13
Garmin Express 19
updating software 19
geocaching 9
going home 4
GPS 2
simulator 18
H
Headset, pairing 15
history 9
sending to computer 12
home
editing location 4
going 4
home screen 2
customising 2
I
calibrating, compass 14
calls 15
answering 15
camera, pairing 21
cameras 21
backup 21
red light 3
speed 3
switching 21
camper, profiles 3
changing the search area 9
charging the device 20
charging your device 1, 18
cleaning the device 20
cleaning the touchscreen 20
compass 14
computer, connecting 21
coordinates 9
current location 10
custom POIs 9
icons, status bar 2
ID number 18
inReach 14
inReach remote 14
D
map layers, customising 12
map view
2-D 12
3-D 12
maps 4, 10, 11, 13, 17
adding 12
data field 4, 11, 12
detail level 17
layers 12
purchasing 22
symbols 4
theme 17
tools 10, 11
updating 13, 19
viewing routes 4, 5
media volume 18
memory card 1, 21
installing 21
data
saving 12
transferring 12
deleting
all user data 18
paired Bluetooth device 15
destinations 17. See locations
arriving 5
detours 5
device care 20
directions 4
disconnecting, Bluetooth device 15
display settings 17
driver alerts 3
driving directions 4
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J
junctions, finding 9
L
language 18
latitude and longitude 9
location services 18
locations 8, 13, 17
current 10
history 9
saving 10
searching for 6, 9
simulated 18
venues 8
M
message 14
microSD card 1, 21
mount, removing 20
mounting the device 1, 20
automobile 1
suction cup 1, 20
muting, audio 16
myTrends, routes 5
N
national parks 7
navigation 4, 5, 8
off-road 13
settings 17
next turn 4
notification volume 18
notifications 2
O
owner's manual 16
P
pairing 15
deleting a paired device 15
disconnecting 15
Headset 15
phone 15, 21
parking 5, 8, 9
phone
disconnecting 15
pairing 15, 21
phone calls 15
answering 15
dialling 15
muting 15
voice dial 15
pitch and roll 13, 14
calibrating 14
POI Loader 9
points of interest (POI) 7
custom 9
extras 9
POI Loader 9
Points of interest (POI) 8
venues 8
Points of Interest (POI) 7, 8
HISTORY 7
power cables 18
changing the fuse 20
vehicle 1
power key 1, 2
product support 16
profiles, camper 3
Q
Quick Search 7
R
red light cameras 3
removing mount 20
resetting
device 20
trip data 11
resetting the device 18
restoring settings 18
restrictions, vehicle 3
route summary 4
routes 4, 13
adding a point 5
calculation 5
myTrends 5
shaping 5
starting 4, 8
stopping 5
suggested 5
viewing on the map 4, 5
S
satellite signals, acquiring 2, 18
saving, current location 10
screen, brightness 2
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search bar 8
settings 13, 17, 18
shaping a route 5
shortcuts
adding 2, 10
deleting 10
simulated locations 18
sleep mode 2
smartphone 12
software
updating 19
version 18
SOS 14
cancelling 14
sending 14
sound 18
specifications 18
speech recognition 16
speed cameras 3
storing data 12
suction cup 20
T
theft, avoiding 20
time settings 18
tolls, avoiding 6
tools, maps 10, 11
touchscreen 2
tracking 13
tracks 13
traffic 12, 16, 17
alternative route 6
incidents 12, 16
map 12, 16
receiver 16
searching for delays 12, 16
travel history 18
trip information 11
resetting 11
viewing 11
trip log, view 11
TripAdvisor 8
troubleshooting 20, 21
U
unit ID 18
up ahead 11
customising 11
updating
maps 19
software 19
V
vehicle power cable 1
vehicle profile
camper 3
car 3
venues 8
voice command 16
activating 16
navigating with 16
tips for using 16
wake-up phrase 16
volume 18
W
warning angle 14
warning icons 11
waypoints 13
Where Am I? 10
Wi-Fi, connecting 17, 21
Wi‑Fi 19
wireless camera. See cameras
wireless devices 14
Y
your current location 10
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