Prestigio GeoVision 5766 Navitel Manual

Prestigio  GeoVision 5766 Navitel Manual
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION
1.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back). No
user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
2.
The manufacturer should not hold responsibility for the damage caused by any
substitutions and modifications of the product without authorization from the
manufacturer or authorized unit.
WARNING
The device should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids should be placed on the device.
To prevent the GPS from being damaged, be sure to keep the GPS out of direct
sunlight or heat. Maintain well-ventilated conditions around the unit to avoid
overheating.
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Important Safety
Instructions
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Accessories
Accessories List
ITEM
NAME
QTY
Car Charger
1
Pouch
(for GV5766/5766BT)
1
USB Cable
1
Stylus Pen
1
Driver/Documentation CD
1
User Manual
1
Warranty Card
1
Smart Mount
1
User guide
(for smart mount)
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View of Main Unit
Front and Side View
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3
2
1
4
6
1.
LCD Touch Screen
Tap the screen with touch pen or finger to select menu commands or to enter
information.
2.
3.
Light sensor
Headphone Port
Connects to stereo headphones or headsets.
4.
microSD Slot
Receives microSD memory card for data access or memory expansion.
5.
Reset Button
Press to reset the device
6.
Speaker
Emits sound, voice or music.
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View of Main Unit
Top and Bottom View
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1.
1
Power Button
Press to power ON/OFF device.
2.
Mini-USB Port
Connect to USB Cable for data access or battery charging
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Inserting microSD Card
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To insert a microSD card, place
connector towards device and card
label towards the front side of the
device.
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To remove a microSD card, gently
press the edge of the card to release
the safety lock and pull the card out of
the slot.
NOTE:
Please always make sure that no application is accessing the microSD
card before extraction.
Connecting to External USB Device (Charging)
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Insert the mini USB connector into the
appropriate mini USB port.
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Insert the other USB connector into the
USB port on PC to start charging.
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Device Connections
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Device Connections
Connecting to Earphones
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Insert earphone jack (earphones not
included) into the appropriate
earphone port to switch audio output
from device speaker to earphone.
NOTE:
High volume level is a potential risk to your hearing. Please turn down
the volume before connecting the earphone and gradually turn up the
volume to a comfortable level.
Connecting to Car Charger
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Insert USB connector into the appropriate
USB port.
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Insert car charger connector into vehicle
12V accessory/cigarette socket to start
charging.
NOTE:
Please connect the car charger to vehicle 12V accessory/cigarette
socket after vehicle engine is started to protect the device from sudden
surges in current.
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About Rechargeable Battery
The device is equipped with a built-in rechargeable battery. Please fully charge the
battery (for at least 8 hours) before initial use. The battery status indicator glows in red
color when charging, and turns green color when the battery is full. Charging time is
approximately 2 hours.
Working conditions and precautions for the rechargeable battery
z
z
Device with new batteries should be fully charged before initial use.
Battery should only be used and charged when temperatures are between 0° ~
37°C.
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It is not necessary to start charging the device before the battery is fully
discharged.
NOTE:
Please connect the car charger to vehicle 12V accessory/cigarette
socket after vehicle engine is started to protect the device from sudden
surges in current.
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Cautions on Battery
Charging
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Getting Started
1. Press and hold Power Button to turn
on the device.
2. Shortly after the loading screen is
shown, the main menu will be
displayed.
3. Tap the corresponding buttons with
touch pen included to navigate
various functions.
4. Press and hold Power Button to turn
off the device or to allow the device to
enter sleep mode.
Sleep
OFF
5. Tap Sleep icon to enter sleeping
mode or OFF icon to complete turn
off the device.
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Bluetooth function (optional)
The following is shown how to select, switch on/off the Bluetooth function
1. Tap on Function icon on the main
menu.
2. Tap on Bluetooth icon to start using
Bluetooth function.
3. Tap on ON/OFF icon to enable/
disable Bluetooth function.
4. Tap Info icon to review Bluetooth
information.
5. Tap on
to reset a new PIN code.
The default setting is 1234.
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Bluetooth Function
Main Menu
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Bluetooth Connection
How to operate the Bluetooth function.
1. Tap on DUN icon or HF icon on the
main menu.
2. Tap on Paired List icon to start
pairing with mobile phone device with
GPRS function.
3. Please make sure Bluetooth function
on mobile phone is detectable by
other devices.
4. Tap on
to start searching
process.
5. Mobile phone name desired for
connection will be displayed on the
list when search is completed.
6. Tap on the mobile phone name and
tap on
to establish connection.
7. Enter PIN code 1234 when PIN
number is required on mobile phone
device.
8. Tap on
to disconnect current
Bluetooth connection.
9. Select mobile phone name from
Paired List and tap on
to
re-connect from previously connected
mobile phone.
10. Select mobile phone name from
Paired List and tap on
it from the list.
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to remove
1. Tap on HF icon on the main menu.
NOTE:
Please refer to Bluetooth Connection
section before connecting by Hands Free
function.
2. Tap on Dial icon to make phone calls.
3. Tap on digit buttons and tap on
to start dialing.
4. Tap on
to answer a call if it is on
standby.
5. Tap on
to end call.
6. Tap on
to switch the call to
mobile phone or switch it back to
device.
7. Tap on
to show dialing keypad
to dial more numbers.
8. Tap on Phone Book icon to view
phonebook entries.
9. Tap on
to browse phonebook
entries stored in SIM card.
10. Tap
/
to scroll pages up/down.
11. Select a phonebook entry and tap
to make the call.
12. Select a phonebook entry and tap
to delete it.
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Hands Free Function
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Hands Free Function
13. Tap on Calls List icon to review call
history.
14. Tap
to view Dialed Call list,
Received Call list, and Missed Call
list.
15. Tap
/
to scroll pages up/down.
16. Select a phonebook entry and tap
to make the call.
17. Select a phonebook entry and tap
to delete it.
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FM Function
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FM function (optional)
1. Tap on Function icon on the main
menu.
2. Tap on FM icon to start using
Bluetooth function.
3. Tap on
/
to tune FM
frequency down/up.
4. Tap on
to open the selected
frequency for broadcast.
5. Tap on
to save current FM
station.
6. Tap on
exit.
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to cancel settings and
Program interface
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No.
Name
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Next maneuver
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Compass
3
Sound
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Information
panels
Function
Next maneuver on the way and distance up to it. Press this Icon
to open route options menu.
Press the compass loon to edit map rotation mode, map view
and day/night mode.
Press this button to turn on/off voice and sound effects.
Display time until the end of the trip, total route length, and
arrival time.
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GPS-cursor
If GPS connection is established, displays your current location.
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Route
Route you are currently navigating displays as a wide blue line.
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Search
Press this button to enter the search menu and to find specific
address or object (you can find more Info about Search In
~Functionality~ section)
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Information
panel
Scale
Shows street name you are currently moving on. Available only
if GPS or GLONASS connection is established. If there is no
street name, the direction will be shown.
Map current scale.
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No.
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Name
Function
Return to
You can see the green arrow at the top of the screen if the map
current
was moved relative to your position. Press it to return view to
location
your current location.
If you zoom In/out with ~Autozoom~ function activated, this
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Autoscale
function will deactivate for a period according to settings. Press
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MENU
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Zoom Out
Decrease map scale.
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Zoom In
Increase map scale.
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Map slope
this button to activate ~Autozoom~ function manually.
Press to enter the Main Menu.
Press "Up"/"Down" to slope the map. Available only if scale is
between 5 and 300 m.
When you approach a speed camera with visual warnings being
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Speedcam
window
activated the window will appear In upper right comer at the
screen. This window shows you permitted speed and distance
left. Press the window to turn On/Off speed exceeding
sound warnings.
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Speed
Information
panel
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Battery
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GPS
Current speed. Available only with GPS connection established.
Shows street name you are currently moving on. Available only
if GPS or GLONASS connection is established. If there is no
street name, the direction will be shown.
Icon displays battery life. Press it to open window with full
information about battery life and remaining memory.
GPS connection button. Green icon - connection enabled, white
icon – function disabled. Green icon also has a dot at different
color: red - no connection, yellow - poor connection, green connection established.
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Program interface
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Program interface
No.
Name
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Waypoint
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“SaveWP”
Function
Waypoints are manually created by the user and display with
red flags on a map.
Saves current mark on map as a waypoint.
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No.
Name
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“Cursor”
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Mark on map
Function
Shows the menu of mark on map
Touch the screen with a stylus to set a mark. You can save this
mark as a way point add it to the route or see object’s
characteristics the mark was set on.
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Track record
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Traffic Jams
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Navitel.SMS
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“Go To”
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Insert
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“Add”
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“Start”
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Back
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Info
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Back to map
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Object of interest
Track record. Green icon - track record enabled, white icon
function disabled.
Press this icon to edit "Navitel.Traffic Jams." function.
Button is used to read/send SMS-messages and to work with
coordinates given there. Figure near the icon displays number
of unread messages.
“Mark on map” becomes the end point of the route.
“Mark on map” becomes the middle point of the route
“Mark on map” becomes the end point of the route, whereas
previous end point becomes middle point.
“Mark on map” becomes the start point of the route. You should
turn off your GPS/GLOANASS-receiver.
Depends on way you got to this screen , returns back to “Map”
screen or to find menu.
Info about current “Mark on map” position. Tap to see more.
Returns to the “Map” page
Different objects on map (traffic lights, metro stations, petrol
stations etc.).
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Program interface
Autorouting
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Autorouting
In order to create a route automatically, from the current position to the destination
point, tap with the stylus pen on the place on the map where the final point is, tap on
the “Cursor” button and in the context menu choose "Go to" (Fig. 1). The calculated
route will be shown on the map in blue color with highly visible dark border (Fig. 2).
Please, note that in case of non-routable maps, the route will represent a straight green
line from your position to the destination point, ignoring the existing buildings, roads, etc.
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Autorouting using search
Find an object of interest using “Search” and press it with stylus, then select “Go To”
item from the menu. Apart from this item there are also “Insert” — add a point
between two points of existing route, and “Add” — point is added to the end of a
route and continues it. Both items are available only with existing route.
Manual route creation
The difference of this route creation method from previous two is what you can set a
start point and a destination point.
To create a route, press a map using stylus, press the “Cursor” (Fig. 1) button and
“Start” button after the menu appears (Fig. 2). Then find the destination point and
press “Cursor” — “Go To” (Fig. 3). If you using maps supports autorouting, route will
be created referring to this data and will be the shortest or the quickest. Otherwise
waypoints will be connected with strait green lines.
Please note! If GPS-receiver is active, you cannot set the start point!
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Autorouting
Additional features
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If your device has GPRS-module, or provides Internet connection via the
GPRS-module of your mobile phone through Bluetooth, you will be able to use
some «Navitel.Navigator» software features like «Navitel.Traffic» and
«Navitel.SMS» services.
Navitel.Traffic
Using this service you can see the traffic
situation in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus or
any other country you have official map
for. To set the service, go to “Settings” ->
«On-line services» -> ”Traffic Jams”.
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When the service is active, the roads are
colorized in different colors, which mean:
red - traffic jam, pink - movement is
complicated, yellow - movement is a bit
complicated, green - favorable traffic(1).
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Navitel.SMS
The special window will appear on the screen when you receive the Navitel.SMSI2].
Select “Hide” to hide it or”Accept” to see options.
Note:
For more detailed information regarding the functionality of Navitel 5.0 software, please,
refer to the complete user manual on CD, or to www.prestigio.com.
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Take the steps described in the tables below to solve simple problems before contacting
customer service centers.
NOTE:
Immediately turn off the device and disconnect the power adapter if the
device is not working properly. Never try to repair the unit without
authorized personnel for it may damage the unit.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
The adaptor is not
connected well.
Connect the adaptor
correctly.
The built-in rechargeable
battery is weak.
Use the adaptor to supply
power or charge the
battery.
There is no
sound.
The volume may be turned
down or mute.
Turn up the volume or turn
on the sound output.
There is no
picture.
The brightness may be
turned down.
Adjust the brightness of the
LCD.
Users cannot
turn on the unit.
The unit cannot
receive satellite
signals or cannot
orient.
The unit work may be
obstructed by buildings or
metal constructions.
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Make sure to use the unit
out of room; if in the vehicle,
you can use the external
GPS antenna to solve this
problem.
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
The unit can
receive signals
now but can’t
then; signals
received are not
stable.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
The built-in rechargeable
battery is weak.
Use the adaptor to supply
power or charge the
battery.
The unit may be obstructed
by veil, such as heat
insulation paper.
Remove the veil.
Swing of the unit is too
great.
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Avoid great swing of the
unit.
Technical specifications
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MODEL
Navigation Software
GPS Chipset
GV4766/4766BT
GV5766/5766BT
Navitel 5.1
Navitel 5.1
SiRF Atlas V 664MHZ
SiRF Atlas V 664MHZ
64
64
Antenna
Internal
Internal
Interface
USB
USB
Channels
4.3"
5"
480*270
800*480
TFT Touch screen
TFT Touch screen
128MB, DDR2
128MB, DDR2
4GB
4GB
Display size
Resolution
Display type
RAM
Flash
Micro SD-Card slot, max
8GB
Expansion slot
Battery type/capacity
Li-polymer 950mAh
Micro SD-Card slot, max
8GB
Li-polymer 1250mAh
Operating System
Microsoft Window CE6.0
Microsoft Window CE6.0
Speaker
1w 8ohm built-in speaker
1w 8ohm built-in speaker
AVI
AVI
Video formats supported
MP3
MP3
2.5mm mini jack
2.5mm mini jack
Audio formats supported
Earphone jack
0~ 60ºC
0~ 60ºC
10% to 90%
10% to 90%
non-condensing
non-condensing
Operating Temperature
Operating humidity
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PC Connection
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To establish connection with PC for data access and synchronization, please execute
setup file included in the Driver/Documentation CD or download the file from Microsoft
website to install:
Microsoft Active Sync® software for operating system Microsoft XP or earlier
versions
(http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/downloads/microsoft/activesync-dow
nload.mspx)
and/or
Microsoft Mobile Device Center® software for operating system Microsoft Vista
(http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/downloads/microsoft/device-center-d
ownload.mspx).
Please refer to its user manual for more detailed instructions.
Disclaimer
As the Prestigio products are constantly updated and improved, your device may have a
slightly different appearance or modified functionality than presented in this Quick start
Guide.
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