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Precautions during use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction to the controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SD card: use, initialisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating principles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching on, off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add and manage favourites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using voice recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering a destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume and voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading a map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing a route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Traffic information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Z.E. Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recharging station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding, managing saved addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to the radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Photo reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multimedia settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GB.3
GB.4
GB.4
GB.5
GB.13
GB.15
GB.18
GB.19
GB.20
GB.23
GB.23
GB.28
GB.29
GB.30
GB.34
GB.35
GB.38
GB.39
GB.41
GB.42
GB.43
GB.44
GB.45
GB.47
GB.47
GB.52
GB.53
GB.54
GB.55
GB.1
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pairing, unpairing a telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting, disconnecting a telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing the telephone directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making, receiving a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telephone settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eco² driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parking distance control, reversing camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Take care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
On-board computer, vehicle settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction to the Services menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Downloading and installing applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Services settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GB.2
GB.57
GB.57
GB.59
GB.60
GB.61
GB.63
GB.64
GB.65
GB.66
GB.66
GB.67
GB.69
GB.71
GB.73
GB.74
GB.74
GB.75
GB.79
GB.80
GB.80
GB.83
PRECAUTIONS DURING USE
It is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.
You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
Precautions when operating the system
– Operate the controls and read the information on the screen only when road conditions allow.
– Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard.
Precautions regarding navigation
– Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehicle.
– Depending on the geographical area, the map on the SD card may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert.
In all cases, Road Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system.
Precautions concerning the equipment
– Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire.
– Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly.
– Do not insert foreign objects or a damaged or dirty SD card into the reader.
– Always clean your screen with a microfibre cloth.
– Use an SD card which is suitable for your navigation system.
The prior acceptance of the General Conditions of Sale is mandatory before using the system.
The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers all
existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected
and the country where it is sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be introduced later in the year.
GB.3
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
H Pop-up menu.
A
B
C
D
I Navigation map.
E
J Current vehicle position.
FM1
Preset 3
F
O P
Q
Drive to...
K Favourites.
L Driving Eco² / Energy for electric vehicles.
Home
Saved locations
Address
TomTom
Places
Charging
station
M Main menu.
G
flow
Menu
M
L
K
J
I
H
Note: You can change the configuration of the welcome screen. Please see
the information on “Welcome screen” in
the “System settings” section.
Recent destinations
S
R
Welcome screen
Menu screen
(depending on the vehicle, the displayed information varies)
O Go to previous page.
A Audio information.
Q Go to next page.
B System notifications.
C Phone menu access/State of connected phone
D Exterior temperature.
E Time.
F Traffic information.
G Instructions for navigation and distance to next change of direction.
GB.4
P Name of menu.
R Name of function or of sub-menu.
S Return to previous menu.
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (1/8)
Screen controls
Function
1
1
From a list: move upwards.
From the map: change scale (ZOOM mode).
2
Confirmation button
3
From a list: move down.
From the map: change scale (ZOOM mode).
4
Display the welcome screen.
5
Press: on/off
Rotate: adjust source volume while listening.
2
3
4
5
GB.5
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (2/8)
Multimedia panel (optional/depending on the vehicle)
6
7
15
GB.6
8
14
8
13
12
9
10
11
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (3/8)
7
Function
Short press: on/off
Rotate: adjust the volume of the source currently in use.
Listen to the radio/change band.
8
Change a CD track or playlist.
9
Choose an external source.
10
Eject a CD.
11
Go to the main menu.
12
Open the pop-up menu.
6
Switching:
– moving around the card;
– up/down: move to different areas of the screen (upper bar, central zone, lower bar);
– left/right: move to different parts of a menu.
13
Rotate:
– move around the various elements of a zone;
– modify the scale (ZOOM mode).
Press:
– confirm.
14
Go back to the previous menu.
15
Go to the welcome screen.
GB.7
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (4/8)
Radio panels (depending on the vehicle)
For more functions, please refer to the description of the central control.
16
17
18
19
21
19
23
19
16
GB.8
20
17
23
22
23
18
19
23
21
22
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (5/8)
Function
16
Listen to the radio/change band.
17
On/off
18
Rotate: adjust the volume of the source currently in use.
19
Short press: recall a stored radio station.
Long press: store a radio station.
20
Rotate: search for radio stations, change tracks on a CD (depending on the country).
21
Eject a CD.
22
Choose an external source.
23
Short press: change a CD track or playlist.
GB.9
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (6/8)
Steering column control
24
Function
24
Select the audio source.
25
Answer/end a call (phone mode)
26
26
Increase the volume of the source currently in use.
27
27
Decrease the volume of the source currently in use.
25
26+27
29
28
24
Radio mute on/off.
Pause/play an audio track.
28
Change radio mode (preset/list/frequency) (depending on the vehicle).
29
Search for radio stations/change track or audio file.
30
Change radio band (AM/FM1/FM2/DR1/DR2).
31
Short press:
– mute on/off;
– answer/end a call (phone mode)
30
26
31
27
29
GB.10
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (7/8)
Control on the steering wheel
with voice command
32
33
38
34
37
36
35
Function
32
Select the audio source.
33
Change radio band (AM/FM1/FM2/DR1/DR2).
34
Increase the volume of the source currently in use.
35
Short press:
– answer/end a call (phone mode);
– mute on/off.
36
Decrease the volume of the source currently in use.
37
Rotate: search for radio stations/change track or audio file.
Press: change radio mode (preset/list/frequency).
38
Activate/deactivate voice recognition (depending on the vehicle).
GB.11
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROLS (8/8)
Central control
39
Function
40
41
42
39
Go back to the previous menu.
40
Go to the welcome screen.
41
Open the pop-up menu.
42
Access the telephone menu
Switching:
– move around the map or in a menu/page;
– up/down: move around the various areas of a menu (upper bar, central zone, lower bar);
43
48
47
46
45
44 43
Rotate:
– move around the various elements of a zone;
– move around a list;
– modify the scale (ZOOM mode).
Press:
– confirm.
GB.12
44
Open the source screen while listening (radio, audio CD, etc).
45
Activate the standby screen to hide the map.
46
Access favourites
47
Go to the main menu.
48
Access the navigation page.
SD CARD: USE, INITIALISATION (1/2)
SD card
A SD card is supplied with the navigation system. Amongst other things, this
includes maps for your country or set of
countries.
Updates (especially of maps) are published regularly. They are only available for download by inserting the SD
card of your navigation system into
your computer’s SD port, online at the
“R-Link Store”.
Only use your SD card for operating and updating your navigation
system. Do not insert any other
device (camera, portable GPS,
etc.), or in another vehicle.
Upon delivery of your new vehicle, you
have a maximum of 60 days to update
your maps free of charge. Beyond this
time, updates will become paid.
You can also download maps covering more countries than your original map (e.g. Western Europe).
Only use an SD card which is compatible with your vehicle's navigation system.
GB.13
SD CARD: USE, INITIALISATION (2/2)
Removing the SD
card
1
From the main menu, press “System”,
then “Remove SD card” to eject the SD
card safely.
To remove the SD card from the SD 1
port, press the card, then release it.
The card will jut out of the slot by a few
millimetres. Pull the card to remove it
completely.
Inserting the SD card
With the ignition off, insert the SD card
in the SD 1 port of your vehicle.
An SD card is fragile:
– do not bend it;
– insert it correctly;
– do not force insertion.
GB.14
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES (1/3)
2
1
1
3
5
4
8
7
6
Touchscreen 1
Screen controls
Multimedia screen
Navigating a menu
Navigating a menu
Navigating a menu
The touchscreen 1 grants access to
the system functions. Touch the touchscreen 1 to scroll through the pages
and open a menu.
Press 3 to enter a menu. Use the 2 buttons to scroll through telephone contacts, radio stations, etc.
Use the rotating control 5 to move from
menu to menu. Confirm by pressing the
central 6 button to enter the menu.
Confirming/cancelling a selection
Confirming/cancelling a selection
Press 4 to go back to the welcome
screen.
Press the central button 6 to confirm a
change.
Note: depending on the vehicle, usage
of the touchscreen may be restricted
while the vehicle is moving.
Press the 7 button to cancel a choice
and return to the previous menu.
Confirming/cancelling a selection
Always confirm a change of settings by
pressing the “Done” button.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
Press the 8 button to go back to the
welcome screen.
GB.15
OPERATING PRINCIPLES (2/3)
9
– press the joystick 11 to open the selected element;
10
– in the tabs menus, move the joystick 11 left or right to switch from
one tab to another.
Favourites - Navigation
Confirming/cancelling a selection
Press the joystick 11 to confirm a
change.
Add Favourite
Remove a Favourite
Press the 9 button to cancel a choice
and return to the previous menu.
11
Remove all Favourites
Press the 10 button to go back to the
welcome screen.
A
Central control
Pop-up menus
Navigating a menu
Available in most system menus, the
pop-up menu A lets you quickly access
current page functions.
Use the joystick 11 to move from menu
to menu:
– Move the joystick 11 up or down to
move around the different areas of
the screen (upper bar, central zone,
lower bar);
– turn the joystick 11 to move between
different elements of a zone;
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
GB.16
OPERATING PRINCIPLES (3/3)
Introduction to the main
menu
To access the main menu, press “Menu”
from the welcome screen.
FM1
Preset
The system is made up of six major
sections, all of which can be accessed
from the main menu:
flow
Menu
Introduction to the welcome
screen
The welcome screen is the default
screen for your multimedia system. It is
made up of a certain number of shortcuts to other functions, such as navigation and radio.
For a description of the welcome
screen, please refer to the “General description” section.
Note: You can change the configuration of the welcome screen. Please see
the information on “Welcome screen” in
the “System settings” section.
Vehicle
This function includes management
of equipment such as the reversing
camera (depending on the vehicle), onboard computer and Driving Eco², and
some electric vehicle items.
Navigation
This function includes all the satellite
navigation features, road maps, traffic
information, LIVE services and warning areas (depending on the country).
Multimedia
This function enables management of
the radio, and audio and video playback.
Phone
Services
This function includes the R-Link Store
and the applications.
System
This function is for adjusting various
settings on the multimedia system, e.g.
display, language, date and time.
This function is used to pair the system
with a mobile phone and to use the
hands-free mode.
GB.17
SWITCHING ON/OFF
– Press “Language” 3 to change the
system language.
– Press “Done” 2 to begin using the
multimedia system.
Safety
Warning: always drive safely and obey local traffic regulations.
Data sharing authorised
You have selected to share information outside of this vehicle.
You can change this setting any time in the Services menu.
Change settings
1
Done
2
Language
3
Switching off
With the ignition off, the system is deactivated automatically when the driver’s
door is opened.
With the ignition on, press the audio
system on/off button .
Resetting the system
Switching on
The multimedia system switches on automatically when the ignition is switched
on. In other cases, press the start/stop
button .
At start-up, the system displays a
safety screen to show you the state of
data sharing if connected. This screen
lets you set certain functions:
– Press “Change settings” 1 to authorise or reject data sharing.
GB.18
To reset all the system settings and/or
delete all personal data, select “System”
from main menu, then “Restore factory
settings” and follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: Resetting the system means deleting all the applications.
Clock/temperature screen
(depending on the vehicle)
This screen is displayed when the driver’s door is opened, before the ignition
is switched on.
It is displayed when the system is stopped: with the ignition on, press the
audio system on/off button . The
system then stops the guidance and
displays the clock and temperature.
ADD, MANAGE FAVOURITES
Favourites - Navigation
FM1
Preset
A
A
A
A
A
Add Favourite
Remove a Favourite
flow
Remove all Favourites
Menu
1
Add favourites
From the main screen, press 1. The
Favourites menu enables you to
manage four types of favourites:
–
–
–
–
Navigation 2;
Radio 3;
Telephone 4;
Applications 5.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
2
3
Add a telephone favourite 4
Select an empty slot A or “+”, then “Add
Favourite”. Choose the favourite from
the list to add a contact. Please refer to
the “Managing the phonebook” section
for further information.
Note: A contact added as favourite remains visible to any user of the vehicle,
whichever phone is connected.
4
5
Add a navigation favourite 2
Select the first empty slot A or “+”, then
“Add Favourite”. Choose the favourite
from the list to add a saved destination
to the favourites.
Note: to add a navigation favourite,
you must first save an address in the
memory. Please refer to the information on “Confirming a destination” in the
section on “Entering a destination”.
Adding an applications favourite 5
Select an empty slot A or “+”, then “Add
Favourite”. Choose the favourite from
the list to add an installed application to
the favourites.
Delete favourites
To delete a favourite, press “+”, then
select the favourite and press “Remove
a Favourite”. A confirmation message
is displayed, press “Delete” to confirm.
You can delete all favourites by pressing “+”, then “Remove all Favourites”.
A confirmation message is displayed,
press “Delete” to confirm the deletion.
Adding a favourite radio station 3
Select an empty slot A or “+”, then “Add
Favourite”. Choose the favourite from
the list to add a preset radio (FM only)
to the favourites.
GB.19
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (1/3)
Voice recognition system
(depending on the vehicle)
Your multimedia system has a voice
recognition system for controlling
some functions with your voice. This
enables you to use your multimedia
system while keeping your hands on
the steering wheel.
Central icon
1
Depending on the system status, different central icons can be displayed:
Voice control main menu
Destination
– Microphone icon: the system is ready
to receive your voice command;
Phone
– Loading icon: the system is loading
data;
Applications
Activation
Exit
Help
To activate the voice recognition
system, press the voice recognition
button in your vehicle. The touchscreen will display the main voice control menu.
Voice recognition indicator 1
From the main voice control menu, you
can use the voice command to control
three functions:
The voice recognition indicator 1 is
made up of colour markers and a central icon.
– navigation;
– telephone;
– installed applications.
Colour markers
Note: The position of the voice recognition button varies depending on the
vehicle (steering wheel or column controls). To find out more, please see your
driver’s handbook.
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The colour markers are used to optimise voice recognition:
– green marker: optimal voice recognition;
– orange marker: good voice recognition;
– red marker: average voice recognition.
– Loudspeaker icon: the system is
giving you information through its
synthetic voice.
USING VOICE RECOGNITION (2/3)
New address
Voice control main menu
Destination
Note: You can also enter an address or
recent destination from the voice control main menu. To do this, press the
voice control button, then say “Address”
or “Recent destinations”, and give an
address or select your destination.
Phone
Applications
For example: 7 Oxford Street, London
Exit
Help
Controlling navigation with
voice recognition
You can enter a navigation address
by the voice control integrated to your
audio system. To do this:
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– when the system beeps, say
“Destination”;
Back
Help
– say “Address” then give the full
destination address (number, street
name, destination town/city);
– the system will give you the address
it has understood - confirm your destination to begin guidance.
Note: speak loudly and clearly. Use the
voice recognition indicator to optimise
voice recognition.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
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USING VOICE RECOGNITION (3/3)
Launch an application using
voice recognition
Destination
You can launch an application by the
voice control integrated to your audio
system. To do this:
Dial a number
Voice control main menu
Phone
Applications
0031 123 456 789 100
Call
Delete
Exit
Help
Back
Start again
Help
Using a telephone with voice
recognition
Note: it is recommended to say the
numbers one by one.
You can call a number using the voice
control integrated to your audio system.
To do this:
– the system will show the number
given, say “Call” to call the number
or “Delete” to give another number.
– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– when the system beeps, say
“Phone”;
– say the name of the contact you wish
to call, or say the telephone number
you wish to contact;
Note: You can also call a saved contact
or a number from the main voice control
menu. To do this, press the voice control button then say the name of your
contact or the number you want to call.
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– press the voice control button to display the main voice control menu;
– when the system beeps, say
“Applications”;
– say the application name you wish to
launch to begin using it immediately.
Note: You can also run the R-Link store
application from the voice control main
menu. To do this, press the voice control button and say “run the R-Link store
application”.
Note: You can say the contact’s name
or their number directly from the main
page. To cut off the synthetic voice
during playback of the contact’s name
or phone number, press the mute button
on the steering column control.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (1/5)
Navigation menu
From the main
“Navigation”.
menu,
press
From the “Navigation” menu, press the
button “Drive to...” to enter your destination.
– select a destination from the
“Recent destinations”;
– select a destination by “TomTom
Places”;
– select a destination by “Charging
station” (electric vehicle);
– select an address from a “Point of
Interest” (POI);
– select a “Point on map”;
– select a “Latitude” and a
“Longitude”.
Menu “Drive to...”
This menu offers several ways to
enter a destination:
– enter an address from the
“Address” section using one of the
following methods:
– enter a full address (town/city,
street and number);
– search by postcode;
– select a City centre;
– select a crossing or junction;
– select a “Home”;
– select an address from the “Saved
locations”;
“Saved locations”
The “Saved locations” section contains the favourite stored destinations such as your place of work,
etc.
– Select the “Drive to...” section
from the “Navigation” menu;
– Choose “Saved locations” and
confirm;
– Select the required destination address in the list of stored addresses
to start guidance.
You can manage your saved addresses in the “Settings” menu, then
select “Manage saved locations”.
“Home”
This menu can be used to start navigating your way home.
To store the address of your home
location, use “Settings” menu, then
“Change home location”.
Note: The “Saved locations” icon
is for accessing saved addresses
and the “+” button is for adding addresses as required.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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ENTERING A DESTINATION (2/5)
Enter an “Address”
This section enables you to enter a
full or partial address: country, town,
street and number.
On first use, the system asks you to
choose the destination country.
– Press on the name of the town/
city displayed to confirm.
– Access the full list corresponding to your search by selecting
“List” 2.
– Select the town or city.
– Do the same actions for the
“Street” and “House number”
fields.
Note: The system will store the last
towns/cities entered in its memory.
You may directly select one of these
towns by pressing the 1 zone.
1
Note: only addresses known to the
system through the digital map are
authorised.
Street :
Paris
Avenue de la grande armée
List view
3
2
Depending on the various version,
you can enter the name of the desired town or its postcode using the
keypad 3. The system may suggest
several town names in the area 1.
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For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
“Recent destinations”
This item enables you to select
a destination from the list of addresses last used.
These are automatically stored.
– Select the “Navigation” section
from the “Drive to...” menu, then
choose “Recent destinations”.
– From the list of stored destinations, select an address to begin
guidance.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (3/5)
“TomTom Places”
“Charging station”
“Point of Interest ” (POI)
This service enables you to quickly
search for a Point of Interest using a
key word, and to make that location
a destination.
Depending on the vehicle, this menu
enables you to find a recharging station for your electric vehicle and to
plan your route to this location.
A point of interest (POI) is a service,
establishment or even a tourist area
close to a location (start point, destination city, en route, etc.).
– Select the “Navigation” section
from the “Drive to...” menu, then
choose “TomTom Places”.
Note: You can manage your personal stations in the “EV settings” menu. Please refer to the
“Navigation settings” section.
POIs are classed in different categories, e.g. restaurants, museums, car
parks, etc.
– Enter a keyword using the touchpad, then confirm.
– From the list of elements found,
select an address to begin guidance.
Note: this icon is only displayed if
you have a subscription in the country where the LIVE Services are
available (please see the section on
“Navigation Services” in this document).
Note: Personal recharging stations
are stored in the navigation system,
whereas the generic list of recharging stations is stored on the SD card.
Only the list on the map SD can be
updated and only the personal recharging stations can be managed
from the navigation system.
There are several options to find a
point of interest:
– category;
– the name of the desired POI.
Select the “Drive to...” section from
the Navigation menu, then “Point of
Interest” and confirm.
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ENTERING A DESTINATION (4/5)
Search by POI category
– Select the “Navigation” section
from the “Drive to...” menu, then
choose “Point of Interest”.
– Select the search area: “POI
nearby”, “In town” or “Near
Home”.
– Select your desired category
type.
Then enter a town name and launch
the search by selecting “Done”.
Confirming the destination
“Point on map”
This function allows you to define a
destination from the map. From the
Navigation menu, select “Drive to...”,
then “Point on map”.
Move around the map to position
the cursor on your destination, then
confirm: the system calculates the
route.
Search by POI name
Enter the name of a POI you want to
find. The system will start the search
automatically.
“Latitude Longitude”
This function allows you to define a
destination using latitude and longitude values.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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Once the destination information has
been entered, the system displays a
route summary for confirmation. Once
you have confirmed the route, the
system will calculate the itinerary. By
default, the calculation is done by selecting the fastest route.
Note: The calculation criterion can be
changed in the settings.
At the end of the calculation, the system
displays the navigation summary and
suggests two options:
– “+” enables you to see details of the
journey in various forms (refer to the
information on “Route information”
in the “Guidance” section) - change
itinerary and save itinerary.
– “Done” activates guidance.
ENTERING A DESTINATION (5/5)
Note: if you do not confirm, this page
will close after ten seconds and guidance will start automatically.
Note: depending on the vehicle and
charge level, if you can reach your
destination, guidance is launched – if
the charge level is too low, the system
offers to search for a recharging terminal on the way.
Note: “ IQ Routes™” is a function which
optimises the journey time using statistical data and calculates routes based
on the average traffic levels on that day
and time. To activate or deactivate this
function, refer to the “Navigation settings” section.
4
5
Go to...
LIVE
Magny-les-hameaux
0:15 h
8.5 km
The quickest way
IQ Routes
1 Janvier, 0:32
Confirm
Summary of selected route
The summary is displayed after calculation of the route and the selection of
a destination.
The screen has two tabs:
– the journey tab 4 enables a summary
of your route to be displayed;
– the Live 5 tab displays traffic information in real time (subject to subscription).
Note: press one of the tabs to view its
content.
Latest map guarantee
Depending on the vehicle, the map
shows the part of the journey that can
be completed in green, and the part of
the journey that cannot be completed
without recharging in red.
After delivery of your new vehicle you
have about 60 days in which to update
the map free of charge.
Once this time has elapsed, you will
need to pay for updates.
For more information, please see an
Authorised Dealer.
If your vehicle charge level is high
enough, a chequered flag is displayed
in the journey tab 4.
If your vehicle charge level is too low, a
chequered flag with a lightning symbol
on a red background is displayed in the
journey tab 4.
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VOLUME AND VOICE
Recorded human voices
Volume
Changing the volume
To change the audio volume, use the
audio system volume control during a
voice instruction or the “System” menu,
“Sound settings” then “Sound levels”
and adjust the following audio volumes:
– main volume;
– navigation instructions;
– hands-free telephone;
– telephone ringtone;
Selecting a voice
Your system allows you to select either
a synthesised or a recorded human
voice.
This voice is used to give the voice instructions.
To change the voice used on your navigation system, go to the main menu
and select “Navigation”, “Settings” and
“Voice”.
Select a voice from the list.
– voice message;
– application sounds;
– traffic announcements.
Press “Done” to save the audio volumes.
Playback
Playback is generated by your navigation system. It gives verbal instructions while you are driving. It
can give road directions (e.g. turn
right) and traffic sign information.
Note: Voice recognition only operates with playback.
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Recorded human voices are voices
recorded by an actor (male or
female).
Note: human voices only give you
simplified guidance instructions.
READING A MAP
A B C
L
K
D
E
J
F
G
I
H
Map key
A Sign giving the speed limit (the speed
given depends on the unit chosen).
Please refer to the “System settings”
section for more information on the
choice of units.
Note: the sign turns red and flashes
if you drive faster than the speed limit
B Zoom, touch the magnifying glass to
display the zoom in and out buttons.
C Name of the next main road or road
sign information, if applicable.
D Outside air quality (depending on the
vehicle).
E Telephone information.
F Outside temperature (Weather).
G Current time.
H Pop-up menu.
I Distance to and indication of next
turning / Adjustment of guidance instruction volume.
J Audio system information.
K Current vehicle position.
L Back to previous page.
M Traffic information bar: displays incidents on the route, traffic info reception indicator, access to traffic map.
N Journey information such as arrival
time, total distance remaining and
whether you will reach your destination (chequered flag or chequered
with lightning symbol on red background)/Journey summary
O Compass/ 2D/3D mode.
Note: Access to the full navigation page
is only possible from the “Navigation”
tab on the main menu.
M
Q
P
N
O
Map colours
You can change the colours on the
map: from the main menu select
“Navigation”, “Settings” then “Change
map colours”.
Map icons
The navigation system uses Q symbols
to display points of interest (POI).
Recharging stations
(electric vehicle)
The navigation system uses the P
symbol to display recharging stations.
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GUIDANCE (1/4)
Guidance Voice
During guidance, before each turning,
the system will give voice instructions.
To deactivate or reactivate voice guidance, please refer to the “Navigation
settings” section.
Lane images
Guidance screens
When approaching a road change (on
major roads), the system may switch
to “Show lane images” mode: an 3D
image provides a close-up view of the
junction with a turn arrow and road
signs.
Intersection map
To deactivate lane images, please
refer to the information on “Advanced
Settings” in the section on “Navigation
settings”.
During guidance, before each change
of direction, the system will gradually
zoom into the junction.
To deactivate automatic zoom, please
refer to “Advanced” in the “Navigation
settings” section.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
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GUIDANCE (2/4)
Route details
This function allows you to view your
route before guidance begins. Press
the “+” button, then “Route details” after
entering a destination.
The following choices will be available:
– “Display instructions”;
– “Display route map”;
– “Display route demo”;
– “Route summary”;
– “Display destination”;
– “Display traffic on route”.
“Display instructions”
This function makes it possible to view
the route plan.
Several details of the route will appear:
– direction-change arrow;
– road types;
– road names;
– miles/kilometres before a fork in the
road.
“Display route map”
This function makes it possible to view
the map of the route.
“Route summary”
This function is used to return to the
previous screen. The details of the
journey time, the miles and the type of
journey (“IQ Routes™" activated/deactivated) are displayed.
Note: to directly access this page from
the navigation map, press the information block set for your trip.
“Display destination”
This function lets you see changes in
direction as an image.
“Display route demo”
This function makes it possible to view
a demonstration of the route.
“Display traffic on route”
This function gives you an overview of
all the traffic incidents affecting your
journey.
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GUIDANCE (3/4)
Change route
To modify your route, from the
“Navigation” menu, select “Change
route” then one of the suggested options.
“Calculate alternative”
Select this menu to make the system
stop the current guidance.
To start guidance again, select “Go
to...” then “Recent destinations”.
“Cancel route”
Select this menu to make the system
stop the current guidance.
To start guidance again, select “Go
to...” then “Recent destinations”.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
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“Travel via”
Select this menu to change your route
so that it passes by a particular location, to pick someone up on the way, for
example. You choose the location you
want to pass in the same way as you
choose a destination.
You have the same set of options:
Address, Saved addresses, Point of
Interest and Point on the map.
Your system will calculate a new route
to your destination that passes the location you chose.
GUIDANCE (4/4)
“Avoid roadblock”
Select this menu if you see a roadblock
or a line of traffic ahead which was not
indicated by the “Traffic info” service.
You then have to choose how much of
the route ahead you want to avoid.
Choose among these different options: “100 metres”, “500 metres”,
“2,000 metres”, “5,000 metres”.
“Avoid part of route”
Select this menu to avoid a part of the
route. Use this option if you see that
your route includes a road or a junction
that you wish to avoid. Then choose the
road that you wish to avoid from the list
of roads on your route.
Your system will recalculate your route
avoiding the section of the route for the
distance you selected.
“Minimise delays”
Select this menu for your to plan your
route based on the latest traffic information.
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PREPARING A ROUTE
Itinerary with
waypoints
To add a stage in your route, press
button “Navigation” in the main menu,
then “Change route” and “Travel via”,
then enter the stage address.
The system calculates the route taking
the detour into account.
Note: you can add several waypoints
to your route.
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Planning a route in
advance
You can use the navigation system to
plan a journey in advance.
To do this, select at least three points,
including the starting point, one or more
points en route and your destination.
For example, to find out how long a
journey is going to take before you
start, or to check the route of a journey
you are planning.
To plan a route:
– from the main menu, select
“Navigation”, then “Itineraries”;
– select a point of departure, just as
you would for a destination;
– select one or more points en route;
– select an arrival point;
– With the route entered, save it, then
start the journey by pressing “+”,
then “Go”. The system plans the
route and allows you to view the details.
TRAFFIC INFORMATION (1/3)
Traffic Information
Service
Traffic Information Service
Options
“Read traffic information aloud
during the route”
“Minimise delays”
This menu enables you to activate the
audio reading of traffic information.
Traffic information is a service available
on your navigation system which lets
you receive up-to-date traffic information coming from the best local sources.
Select this option to alter your journey
based on the latest traffic information.
The “Traffic” service uses TMC information transmitted over FM wavebands.
Select this menu to see an overview of
all traffic incidents on your route. Press
the icon for an incident to get more detailed information.
The “HD Traffic™” service uses LIVE
Services information.
These services show events in the form
of dots on the map.
It covers the main roads and is updated
regularly.
Note: The menu title is “Traffic” or “HD
Traffic™”, depending on the country.
“Display traffic on route”
“Explore map”
This menu enables you to explore the
map and keep up-to-date with the traffic situation in your area. To access
the map, from the main menu, select
the Traffic Information service then
“Browse map”.
The map displays the last searched location. Press the icon for an incident to
get more detailed information.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
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TRAFFIC INFORMATION (2/3)
Traffic display
A
B
C
D
E
F
Traffic bar
The traffic bar is available for the Traffic
Information services.
The side traffic bar displayed in guidance mode, shows the latest traffic information for your route.
Precautions regarding
navigation
Use of the navigation
system does not in any way
replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the
vehicle.
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The navigation system indicates traffic
incidents:
– by displaying symbols on the map
(list of icons at the end of the section);
– with voice messages if the route is
recalculated.
Depending on the operating status of
the Traffic Information service, the following icons are displayed on the traffic sidebar:
A
B
C
D
E
F
Heavy delays on the route;
Unknown or indeterminate situation;
Slowdown;
Traffic jam;
Stationary traffic or road closed;
Distance before next incident.
“HD Traffic™” service
options.
Available on subscription, the “HD
Traffic™” service offers more frequent
updates (every 3 minutes), covering
main and secondary roads.
TRAFFIC INFORMATION (3/3)
“Traffic preferences”
To access this menu, from the Traffic
Information Services menu, press
“Traffic Settings”.
You can automatically minimise delays
after every traffic update.
To select your preference, tick the box
to the right of your choice using the
central confirmation button.
Once you have made your choice,
select “Done”.
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
Accident
Heavy rain
Traffic jams
Snow
One or more
closed roads
Strong wind, storm
Road closed
Fog
Traffic incident
Ice
Road works
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VIEW MAP
To access the map explorer, from the
main menu, press “Navigation” then
select “View map”. To move around the
map, use the touchscreen or the central
control on equipped vehicles.
Pop-up menu “+”
Press “+” to access the following
menus:
– use this location to...;
– Find;
– change the map details;
– Add to saved locations.
“Use this location to...”
“Change the map details”
This menu enables the selected position to be used to:
This menu enables the activation/deactivation of map settings such as:
– centre the map on the vehicle’s location;
– navigate to a point on the map;
– search for a point on the map;
– add a point on the map to the favourites;
– add a point on the map to the POI;
– correct the position of your vehicle.
–
–
–
–
“Find”
This menu lets you add the position
selected on the map to the saved addresses.
This menu allows you to centre the map
on:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
your home;
a saved address;
an address;
a recent destination;
TomTom Places;
a recharging station search;
a point of interest;
your position;
latitude and longitude.
traffic;
names;
points of interest;
charging stations for your electric vehicle;
– the satellite image map background;
– the GPS coordinates.
“Add to saved locations”
Give your Favourite a name that is easy
to remember. You navigation system
will always suggest a name - usually a
favourite address. To enter a name, just
begin typing on the touchscreen.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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NAVIGATION SERVICES (1/2)
Your system includes navigation services. You can add to these services by
subscribing to paid TomTom LIVE services.
Accessing the navigation
services
– The navigation services include traffic information and the location of
fixed speed cameras, depending on
local laws.
– The LIVE services (paid, subscription) include traffic information, the
locations and updates for fixed and
mobile speed cameras, TomTom
Places and the weather.
– from the main
“Navigation”;
Note: The HD Traffic™ service is called
“Traffic” if the subscription to LIVE
services is not activated.
A trial period for LIVE services is offered. At the end of the trial period, you
can extend your subscription to LIVE
services on the MyRenault website.
Speed Cameras
To access the navigation services:
menu,
press
– select “Navigation services”.
This service includes the location of
mobile safety cameras in real time, accident blackspots and fixed safety cameras.
The latest updates for speed cameras
are installed automatically if a LIVE
subscription is valid.
HD Traffic
Please refer to the “Traffic Information”
section.
“Speed Cameras” shows mobile speed
camera alerts as well as fixed speed
camera alerts. Information is obtained
in real time using information from other
users.
You can deactivate this function by
going to the “Speed Cameras” menu
for LIVE services.
Note: for mobile speed cameras, information is provided when a member of
the community sends the information to
the database.
Note: Depending on the country and
local restrictions, speed cameras may
not be displayed.
A current subscription is required to
access LIVE services. The content
of the LIVE services will vary depending on the country.
In certain countries it is illegal to download and activate the camera warning
option and this could lead
to prosecution.
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NAVIGATION SERVICES (2/2)
“TomTom Places”
The “TomTom Places” service lets you
quickly search for any point of interest
using a keyword and make it a destination.
"Mon TomTom LIVE"
This service enables users to view the
expiry date of the subscribed services.
Users can renew their subscriptions
from R-Link Store or from the website
MyRenault by selecting one of the services.
You must enter a valid e-mail address
for this service. An e-mail detailing the
subscription methods for the chosen
services will be sent to this address.
For further information, please refer to
the section on “Downloading and installing applications”.
Note: The availability of LIVE services
varies depending on the country. To
find out more about service availability
in your country, please see an authorised dealer.
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“Weather”
The weather service provides five-day
weather forecasts for the location of
your choice.
“Services Z.E.”
The Services Z.E. are reserved for
electric vehicles. Read the “Services
Z.E.” section for further details.
SERVICES Z.E.
The Services Z.E. are only available on
electric vehicles.
They include on-board vehicle services and other services accessible from
outside the vehicle (mobile phone and
Internet).
They enable you to determine, inter
alia, the charge status of your vehicle,
using mobile phones or your computer.
This information is also available directly on the instrument panel of your
vehicle.
Accessing the
Services Z.E.
To access the Services Z.E.:
– from the main menu, press
“Navigation”;
– select “Navigation services”;
– select “Services Z.E.”.
“E.V. Services guided
tour”
This menu gives access to a series
of tutorials explaining the Services
Z.E. and functions relating to electric vehicles. You can press the
“Suivant” button to move to the next
screen, or the “Précédent” button to
return to the previous screen.
For further information, please contact
an Authorised Dealer of brand.
“Search by availability”
This option gives you access to a list
of the nearest recharging stations
with at least one recharging terminal
available.
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RECHARGING STATION
The “Charging station” menu is only
available on electric vehicles.
“Near Home”
This option provides a list of recharging stations close to your home.
Go to the
Recharging station
menu
To access the “Charging station” menu:
– press “Navigation”, then select
“Drive to... ”;
– in the “Drive to...” menu, select
“Charging station”.
“Near my location”
This option enables you to find the
recharging stations closest to your
current position.
“Along route”
This option shows a list of recharging stations that you can use during
your trip.
“Near destination”
This option gives a list of recharging
stations near your destination.
“Last recharging station”
“In city”
Select this service to find recharging stations in the town/city your are
visiting.
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This option enables you to find the
coordinates of the last recharging
station used.
Saving new recharging
stations
When you recharge your vehicle at a
new recharging terminal, it will be automatically saved in the system.
You can also create and manage
your own recharging stations in the
“Settings” menu, by selecting “EV settings”. Please refer to the “Navigation
settings” section.
RANGE
The range distance is only available for
electric vehicles.
Attainability of the
destination
The classic map display indicates
whether the battery level of your electric vehicle is sufficient to reach your
destination:
– chequered flag: the vehicle can
reach your destination at the current
battery level;
– chequered flag with lightning symbol
on red background: look for a recharging station to avoid running out
of power.
Range view
Low battery warning
– In guidance mode, from the route
summary screen: you can see the
route portions (zones) that are attainable (in green) and non-attainable (in red);
When the charge level reaches the
minimum alert level on the instrument
panel, the system automatically proposes a list of recharging stations near
your current location.
– when not in guidance mode, from the
“attainable zone” main menu: your
range distance is shown as a radious around your vehicle’s current
position.
Deactivating the low battery
warning
This option enables you to deactivate
the automatic proposal of recharging
stations when the battery level is low:
– from the “Navigation” menu, select
“Settings” then “EV settings”.
– select the “Disable low battery warning” option.
Select this option again to reactivate
the low battery alert.
Note: if the ongoing guidance is indicating an attainable charging point, the
low battery alert will not be triggered.
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ADDING, MANAGING SAVED ADDRESSES
Accessing saved
addresses
To access saved addresses, from the
main menu press “Navigation”, then
“Drive to...”, then “Saved locations”.
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Save an address from a
recent destination
– In the “Drive to...” menu, select
“Recent destinations”;
– select the recent destination you
wish to save;
– on the screen/map, press “+” then
“Add to saved locations”;
– give a name to an address, then
press “Next”;
– If the “Home” address is not registered, the system asks if the saved
address is your home, select “Yes”
or “No”. A message confirms that the
address has been saved.
– If the “Home” address is registered,
the system offers to select this address.
Renaming a saved address
– From the main menu, press
“Navigation” then “Settings” then
“Manage saved locations”;
– select an address saved in the
memory that you wish to remember;
– on the screen/map, press “Rename”;
– enter the new name for the saved
address, then press “Next” to confirm.
Deleting a saved address
– From the “Manage saved locations”
menu, select the saved address you
wish to delete;
– on the screen/map, press “Delete”;
– a message asks you to confirm the
deletion - press “Yes” to confirm or
“No” to cancel.
NAVIGATION SETTINGS (1/2)
Accessing the navigation
settings
From the “Navigation” menu, press
“Settings”, then select the element you
wish to change:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Turn off voice guidance;
Route planning;
Show POI on map;
Manage POIs;
Voice;
EV settings;
Set home location;
Manage saved locations;
Switch map;
Change map colours;
Car symbol;
Advanced (Settings).
Turn off voice
guidance
This menu enables you to activate or
deactivate voice guidance.
Route planning
This menu allows you to define your
preferences for:
Show POI on map
This menu lets you display or hide Point
of Interest (POI) categories on the map.
Type of journey
Select a journey type. The recommended journey criterion is “Quickest”.
“IQ Routes™"
After selecting the journey criterion, the
system lets you activate/deactivate the
“IQ Routes™” function.
The “IQ Routes™” function finds the
best route according to estimated average traffic and actual speeds measured
on the roads.
High-occupancy vehicle lanes
High-occupancy vehicle lanes are
routes that favour your vehicle’s energy
savings.
Manage POIs
A point of interest (POI) is a service,
establishment or tourist area close to a
location (start point, destination city, en
route, etc.). POIs are classed in different categories, e.g. restaurants, museums, car parks, etc. There are several
options to find a point of interest:
– category;
– the name of the desired POI.
This menu allows you to add, change
or delete POIs or POI categories.
Voice
This menu lets you choose the synthetic or stored voice.
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NAVIGATION SETTINGS (2/2)
EV settings
This menu allows you to create and
manage your own recharging stations
as well as those detected automatically
by the system.
Change map
colours
Select “Change map colours”, then
choose the day and night colours you
want. You can download new colours.
Set home location
This menu lets you set or change your
home address.
This menu enables you to display or
hide certain information such as the
address number before the street
name, the street names, the name of
the street after the current street, and
the current street name on the map.
Map behaviour
Car symbol
This menu allows you to change the vehicle icon on the navigation map 3D.
Manage saved
locations
This menu lets you add, delete or
rename your saved addresses.
Map information
This menu enables you to set the following behaviours
– show lane images;
– in 2D mode, rotate the map with the
vehicle's direction;
– automatically move to 3D when guidance is launched;
– automatically zoom in 2D mode;
– automatically zoom in 3D mode.
Advanced
This menu enables you to change the
following advanced settings:
Switch map
Use this menu if you are installing more
than one map saved on your card SD.
To change maps, select “Switch map”,
then select the map required.
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– Map information;
– Map behaviour;
– Traffic source.
Traffic source
This menu enables you to choose
the traffic information source from a
preset list.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (1/5)
Selecting a wavelength
Accessing the
radio
Select the required waveband (AM, FM
or DR) by pressing 1:
Touchscreen
From the main menu,
“Multimedia”, then “Radio”.
press
Radio front panel / Multimedia front
panel
Press the “Radio” button on the panel
to select the radio source.
1
– AM (depending on the vehicle);
– FM;
– DR.
2
2
You can also select the waveband
using the steering column control (refer
to the control details).
Choose an FM or AM radio
station
There are different modes for choosing
a radio station.
After having selected the wavelength,
select the mode by pressing tabs 3, 4
or 5.
Three search modes are available:
Preset
5
List
4
Frequency
3
“Preset” mode
– “Frequency” mode (tab 3);
– “List” mode (tab 4);
– “Preset” mode (tab 5).
This operation mode allows you to
recall on demand those stations which
you have already stored (refer to information on “Storing a station” in this section).
Press the buttons 2 (numbered 1 to 6)
to select your stored stations.
These modes can be changed with the
steering column control.
You can also change a saved station
using the steering column control.
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LISTENING TO THE RADIO (2/5)
Radio DR1
AF | i-Traffic
1.Arrow
2.Decibel
6
13
7
14
3.BNR
4.Jazz FM
5.Radio Pop
Preset
List
Frequency
Preset
8 9
“List” mode
This mode displays a list of available
radio stations. These are listed alphabetically (FM band only).
Press 6 or 7 to scroll through all the stations.
To update this list, please see the following pages.
The names of the radio stations that do
not use the RDS system will not appear
on the screen. Only their frequency is
displayed and sorted at the beginning
of the list.
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List
Frequency
11 12
“Frequency” mode
This mode allows stations to be
searched for either manually or automatically by scanning the selected
range of frequencies.
To scan the frequency range:
– manually run through the frequencies in steps by repeatedly pressing 9 or 11;
– automatically go to the next station
by pressing 8 or 12;
– move the cursor 10 to find the required frequency.
Preset
List
16
15
Selecting an DR radio station
There are different modes for choosing
a radio station.
After selecting the waveband, select
the mode by pressing the tabs 15 or 16.
Two search modes are available:
– “List” mode (tab 15);
– “Preset” mode (tab 16).
These modes can be changed with the
steering column control.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO (3/5)
“List” mode
Pop-up menu “+”.
This mode displays a list of available
radio stations.
FM or AM
Press 13 or 14 to scroll through all the
stations.
To update this list, please see the following pages.
“Preset” mode
This operation mode allows you to
recall on demand those stations which
you have already stored (refer to information on “Storing a station” in this section).
Press the buttons (numbered 1 to 6) to
select your stored stations.
You can also change a saved station
using the steering column control.
From one of the three modes, press “+”
to:
– change the source (Radio, USB, SD,
etc.);
– add a station to your favourites;
– save a station;
– get text information;
– access the radio settings.
Storing a station
From “Frequency” mode or “List” mode,
press “+” then “Save as preset”.
You can also press one of the preset
buttons until you hear a beep.
You can store up to 6 stations per band.
Text information (Radio text)
Some FM radio stations broadcast
text information relating to their programmes (e.g. song titles).
Note: this information is only available
for certain radio stations.
DR
From one of the two modes, press “+”
to:
– change the source (Radio, USB, SD,
etc.);
– Save as preset;
– display radio text;
– digital radio services;
– settings.
Storing a station
From “List” mode, press “+”, then “Save
as preset”.
You can also press one of the preset
buttons until you hear a beep.
You can store up to six radio stations.
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LISTENING TO THE RADIO (4/5)
Text information (Radio text)
EPG (DR) program guide
Radio settings
Some DR radio stations broadcast
text information relating to their programmes (e.g. song titles).
When this feature is activated, your
audio system will display the station’s
upcoming programs of the day.
FM
Note: this information is only available
for certain radio stations.
Note: This information is only available
for the selected station’s next three
time slots.
Digital radio services
From the pop-up menu, press “Digital
radio devices” to access the following
services:
– EPG;
– Intellitext;
– Slideshow.
Intellitext (DR) function
This feature allows access to text information recorded on some radio stations. You can scroll through the text to
display new updates on business, politics, health, weather and sports.
Slideshow
This function runs through all the photos
as a slideshow.
From one of the three modes, press
“+” to access the radio settings menu.
From the radio settings, you can set the
following elements:
– following an FM station;
– activate/deactivate traffic information;
– activate/deactivate the programme
type search;
– update the list of radio stations.
Following a station FM (RDS-AF)
The frequency of an FM radio station
may change depending on the geographical area.
In order to keep listening to the same
radio station when driving, activate the
RDS-AF function so that your audio
system can automatically retune the
frequency.
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LISTENING TO THE RADIO (5/5)
Note: not all radio stations offer this
possibility.
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and annoying changes in frequency. In this case you should deactivate the automatic frequency retuning.
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to the section on “Audio settings”.
Traffic information (i Traffic)
When this function is activated, the
source is interrupted automatically to
receive the traffic bulletins broadcast
by certain FM radio stations (depending on the country).
Programme type search (PTY)
When this function is activated, your
audio system allows you to display the
type of programme (news, sport, etc.)
currently being broadcast (depending
on the country).
Update radio list
Select this menu to update the list of
radio stations.
DR
From one of the two modes, press “+”
to access the radio settings. From the
radio settings, you can set the following elements:
– AF (Alternative Frequency);
– i-Traffic (traffic programme);
– PTY (programme type);
– Simulcast;
– i-Announcement;
– Update the list (DR).
Following a radio station DR (AF)
A DR radio station can change according to the geographical area.
In order to keep listening to the same
radio station when driving, activate the
AF function so the audio system can
retune the frequency automatically.
Note: not all radio stations offer this
possibility.
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and annoying changes. In this
case you should deactivate the automatic frequency retuning.
Traffic information (i Traffic)
With this function activated, the source
is interrupted automatically to receive
the traffic bulletins broadcast by certain
DR radio stations (depending on the
country).
Programme type search (PTY)
With this function activated, the audio
system lets you display the type of programme (news, sport, etc.) currently
broadcast (depending on the country).
Simulcast
This function lets you switch from one
DR station to the same FM station on
signal loss.
i-Announcement
This function lets you display information (weather, etc.).
Updating the list (DR)
This feature allows you to perform an
update of all stations in your area.
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MEDIA
Playback
You can choose between playing all the
tracks or playing a single track.
Accessing media
USB key
This menu enables you to listen to
music from an external source (audio
CD, USB, SD card, etc).
From the main menu,
“Multimedia”, then “Media”.
press
Select an input source connected to the
system to access the audio files from
the following list:
– Audio CD (depending on the vehicle);
– USB;
– SD card;
– auxiliary socket;
– Bluetooth® connection.
When playing a track, you can:
Summer in Dublin
Highland Poets
1
2
Irish Songs
3
4
New selection
Current playlist
6
5
From the main menu, you can:
– access the audio files directly;
– access files, music, genres, artists,
albums and reading lists;
– access files and/or audio files.
Note: only available sources can be
selected. Unavailable sources will be
greyed out.
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– access the previous track by pressing 1;
– pause by pressing 2;
– access the next track by pressing 3;
– view the scroll bar 4;
– access the current playback list 5;
– make a new music selection 6.
Pop-up menu “+”
During playback, the pop-up menu “+”
enables you to:
–
–
–
–
change source;
activate the shuffle function;
activate repeat playback;
give the track details for the current
track;
– access sound settings.
PHOTO READER
Pop-up menu “+”
When viewing a photo/slideshow, press
“+” to:
Accessing photos
Holiday photos .png
From the “Multimedia” menu, press
“Pictures” then select the connected
source (Card SD, USB, etc.) to access
the photos. The system offers you two
options:
– “read all photos”;
– “Read a photo”.
1
2
New selection
From the list of folders/photos, press
“+” to:
–
–
–
–
–
change the source;
display full screen;
display the slideshow;
access zoom in;
access photo settings.
display all photos in thumbnail form;
display full screen;
display the slideshow;
zoom;
change the source;
access photo settings.
Settings
From the settings, you can:
Note: some formats may be unreadable by the system.
Options from folders
Thumbnails
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–
–
–
–
–
4
3
Playback
You can choose between reading all
the photos in a slideshow or viewing a
single photo.
When viewing a photo, you can:
– access the previous photo by pressing 1;
– access the next photo by pressing 2;
– alternate between miniature and
fullscreen modes by pressing 3;
– make a new photo selection by
pressing 4.
– change the display time for each
photo in the slideshow;
– change the type of transition between each photo in the slideshow;
– change the type of display (normal or
fullscreen).
Press “Done” to save your changes.
Note: the display is in normal mode by
default.
Photo playback is only possible
when the vehicle is stationary.
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VIDEO PLAYBACK
Pop-up menu “+”
During video playback, press “+” to:
Accessing videos
From the “Multimedia” menu, press
“Video” then select the source connected (SD card, USB, etc.) to access
videos. The system offers you two options:
USB key
– change the source;
Landscapes
– access the settings.
Settings
1
2
3
– “play all videos”;
– “play a video”.
New selection
Note: The source video formats can be
MPEG4, WMA, WMV, etc. Some video
formats cannot be read by the system.
From the settings, you can choose the
type of display, normal (half-screen) or
fullscreen.
4
6
Full screen
5
Options from folders
Playback
From the list of folders/videos, press “+”
to:
You can choose between playing all the
videos or playing a single video.
– change the source;
– access the settings.
When playing a video, you can:
Video playback is only possible
when the vehicle is stationary.
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– access the previous video by pressing 1;
– pause by pressing 2;
– access the following video by pressing 3;
– view the scroll bar 4;
– view the video in fullscreen 5;
– select a new videos by pressing 6.
Press “Done” to confirm.
Note: the display is in normal mode by
default.
MULTIMEDIA SETTINGS (1/2)
Accessing
multimedia
settings
From the “Multimedia” menu, press
“Settings”, then select the element you
wish to modify:
– Sound;
– Radio;
– Media;
– Pictures;
– Video.
Sound
Radio
This menu allows you to configure different sound settings:
This menu enables you to adjust the
radio settings:
– Spatialisation, for setting sound
distribution in the vehicle;
– activate/deactivate searching for
alternative frequencies;
– activate/deactivate i-traffic;
– activate/deactivate programme
type;
– update list of saved radio stations.
– Ambience, for selecting a preset
sound (Pop-rock, Classic, Jazz,
Neutral, Manual). If you select
Manual, you will be asked to set
the treble and bass levels. Once
you have made the adjustments,
press “Confirm” to confirm your
settings.
– Bass Boost Arkamys, for activating/deactivating bass amplification (depending on the vehicle).
– AGC, for achieving even sound
volume between two audio tracks
(depending on the vehicle).
Media
This menu allows you to adjust the multimedia settings:
– activate/deactivate track repeat;
– activate/deactivate shuffle;
– activate/deactivate album image
display;
– configure the Bluetooth® connection.
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MULTIMEDIA SETTINGS (2/2)
Pictures
This menu allows you to adjust the multimedia settings:
– activate/deactivate track repeat;
– activate/deactivate shuffle;
– activate/deactivate album image
display;
– configure the Bluetooth® connection.
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Video
This menu enables you to adjust the
type of video display (default or fullscreen).
PAIRING AND UNPAIRING A TELEPHONE (1/2)
Second method of pairing from a
phone
Accessing the
Telephone menu
From the main menu, press “Phone”.
Note: if no telephones are paired to the
system, “Settings” will be the only section you can access.
Pairing the first telephone
To pair your phone with the R-Link navigation, there are two pairing methods.
Activate the R-Link connection on your
phone and set its status to “visible”.
Manage devices
To use the device features, you must first set up a Bluetooth
connection between your device and your R-Link.
Do you want to do that now?
No
Run the Bluetooth® device search on
your phone.
Select “Renault R-Link” in your phone
list.
Yes
Add device
First method of pairing from R-Link
Activate the Bluetooth® connection on
your telephone and set its status to “visible”.
A screen message offers a device
search.
Press “Yes”, the multimedia system will
search for telephones.
Select your telephone from the list.
Depending on the model, and if
the system so requests, enter the
Bluetooth® code on your telephone to
pair it to the multimedia system, or confirm the pairing request. Your telephone
can ask you for authorisation to share
contacts and call logs. Accept the sharing to get this information on the multimedia system.
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PAIRING, UNPAIRING A TELEPHONE (2/2)
Pairing another telephone
From your telephone, activate the
Bluetooth® connection.
From the “Telephone” menu, press
“Settings”, then “Manage devices”.
From the list of paired phones in the
“Manage devices” menu, press the
“Add device” button to add a phone to
the list.
Unpairing a phone
From the main menu, select
“Telephone”, “Settings”, then “Manage
devices”.
From the list of paired telephones of
the “Manage devices” menu, press
the “Delete device” button to delete a
phone from the list.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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CONNECTING, DISCONNECTING A TELEPHONE
Connecting a paired phone
Disconnect a phone
No phone can be connected to the
hands-free phone system if it has not
first been paired. Please refer to the
information on “Pairing a telephone”
in the “Pairing,unpairing a telephone”
section.
From the “Phone” menu, press
“Settings”, then “Manage devices”.
Manage devices
Select the phone to be disconnected
from the list.
Mike’s phone
Switching off the telephone will also
cause it to be disconnected.
Your phone must be connected to the
hands-free phone system in order to
use all its functions.
Automatic connection
Once the ignition is switched on, the
hands-free phone system searches
for paired phones in the vicinity (if the
Bluetooth® connection is activated).
Searching starts with the last paired
telephone.
Note: You are recommended to accept
automatic device recognition.
Add device
Note: if a call is in progress when the
phone is disconnected, the call will
automatically be transferred to your
phone.
Manual connection (changing the
phone connected)
From the “Phone” menu, press
“Settings”, then “Manage devices”.
You will find the list of phones already
paired.
Select the phone from the list to be connected, then press “Add device”.
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MANAGING THE PHONEBOOK
Updating the
phonebook
Phonebook
Find
Benjamin Legrand
Caroline Felini
Cody Hecquet
Daisy Wiston
Jalen Richard
Downloading the phone
memory
By default, when pairing and connecting a telephone, the contacts are synchronised automatically.
To deactivate automatic synchronisation, please refer to the “Telephone settings” section in this document.
Note: to access the phonebook from
the multimedia system, you will need
to authorise data sharing on your telephone. Please refer to the “Pairing, unpairing a telephone” section, and your
telephone instructions.
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You can transfer your phone contacts
into the handset memory of your handsfree phone system via Bluetooth® (if
your phone allows this).
From the “Phone” menu, select
“Phonebook”, then the “+” menu and
press “Update telephone data”.
Adding a contact to the
Favourites page
From the “Phone” menu, select
“Phonebook”, “Display contact” then
the “+” menu, and press “Add a contact
to the Favourites page”.
Note: From the welcome page, press
the “Favourites” button to access your
favourite numbers.
Confidentiality
The contact list of each phone is stored
in the memory by the hands-free
system.
For reasons of confidentiality, each
downloaded contacts list can only be
viewed when the corresponding telephone is connected.
MAKING/RECEIVING A CALL (1/2)
From the “Phone” menu, you can make
a call by selecting:
– a contact from the phonebook;
– a number from the call log;
– the keypad to dial the number.
Note: From the welcome screen, press
“Favourites” to access your favourite
numbers.
Making a call from
the phonebook
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the “Phone” menu, press
“Phonebook”.
Making a call from
the log
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the “Phone” menu, press
“Call logs”.
Note: For safety reasons, favour the
voice recognition system . Refer to
the Section entitled “Using voice recognition”.
Phonebook
Find
Call logs
Find
Benjamin Legrand
Caroline Felini
06 87 65 43 21
22:15
Caroline Felini
Benjamin Legrand
06 12 34 56 78
16:32
Cody Hecquet
Benjamin Legrand
06 12 34 56 78
13:37
Daisy Wiston
Simoes de Almeida
06 58 36 90 14
11:08
Jalen Richard
Daisy Wiston
06 56 78 90 12
8:58
All
Select the contact (if the contact has
more than one number, you will be requested to select the number to call).
The call will be started automatically
after you press the contact’s number.
Press one of the four tabs, then select
the contact/number to call to start the
call.
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MAKING, RECEIVING A CALL (2/2)
Making a call by
dialling a number
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the “Phone” menu, press
“Dial a number”.
Receiving a call
When receiving a call, the reception
screen is displayed with any information available on the caller:
– the name of the contact (if the
number is present in your handset
memory or the phonebook list);
– the caller’s number (if the number
is not present in your handset
memory);
– “No Caller ID” (if the number cannot
be viewed).
Pick up
To pick up a call, press “Pick up”.
Entering a number
Press “End call” to end the call.
You can also pick up or hang up using
the steering column control.
Calling
Dial your number using the digital
keypad, then press “Call”.
Using voicemail
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the “Phone” menu, press
“Voice mail”.
Configure voicemail
If the voicemail box is not configured,
the configuration screen will be displayed. Enter the voicemail number for
your telephone operator.
Calling the voicemail box
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the “Phone” menu, press
“Voice mail”. The system will call the
configured voicemail account.
Reject a call
To reject in incoming call, press “Reject”,
the person calling you will be redirected to your voicemail.
Place a call on hold
Please refer to the “During communication” section.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
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CALL LOG
1
Accessing the call
log
Call logs
With the telephone connected to the
system, from the “Phone” menu, press
“Call logs”.
The call log places the various calls in
four tabs:
7 All calls (incoming,
missed);
6 incoming calls;
5 missed calls;
4 outgoing calls.
outgoing,
For each list, the contacts are listed
from the most recent to the oldest.
Press a call log entry to call the relevant
contact.
2
Please refer to the “Making, receiving a
call” section for further information.
Find
Caroline Felini
06 87 65 43 21
22:15
Benjamin Legrand
06 12 34 56 78
16:32
Benjamin Legrand
06 12 34 56 78
13:37
Simoes de Almeida
06 58 36 90 14
11:08
Daisy Wiston
06 56 78 90 12
8:58
Updating the call log
Press “+” and select “Update telephone
data”. A message will notify you that the
data has been updated.
All
7 6
5
4
3
Browsing the call log
Press a tab to view its content.
Press the Up 2 and Down 3 buttons to
scroll through the calls list.
You can search for a contact by pressing the button “Find” 1. If the contact
has several numbers, you are asked
to select the number to call. The call
is made automatically by pressing the
contact’s number.
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DURING A CALL
– Place a call on hold by pressing “+”
then select “On hold”. To pick up a
call on hold, press “Continue”;
– switch the call to the phone by pressing “+” then select “Handset”.
Phone - Calling
Daisy Wiston
Note: some telephones disconnect
from the system during a call transfer.
06 56 78 90 12
Outgoing call
Call duration
00m:01s
End call
Keyboards
During a call you can:
– adjust the volume by pressing the
control buttons on the steering wheel
of your vehicle;
– end communication by pressing
“End call” or by pressing the control
buttons under your steering wheel;
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During a call, return to other system
functions (navigation, etc.) by pressing the “Back” or “Home” button then
“NAV”.
PHONE SETTINGS
Accessing
telephone settings
From the “Phone” menu, press
“Settings”.
Manage devices
Refer to the information on “Pairing/unpairing a phone”.
Sound levels
This option allows you to adjust the
audio level of the hands-free system
and the ringtone.
Voice mail
Please refer to the information on
“Configuring voicemail” in the “Making,
Receiving a call” section.
settings
Managing devices
Sound levels
Turn Bluetooth on
Voicemail
Activating Bluetooth
Automatically download telephone data
Confirm
The following choices are offered:
–
–
–
–
–
Tick this option to activate or deactivate the Bluetooth® on the hands-free
system.
Automatically download phone data
Tick this option to activate or deactivate the automatic download of data
from the telephone to the multimedia
system.
Manage devices;
Sound levels;
Voice mail;
Turn Bluetooth on;
Automatically download phone data.
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DRIVING ECO²
Access the Driving
Eco² menu
(Depending on the vehicle)
From the main menu, press “Vehicle”,
then “Driving Eco²”.
The “Driving Eco²” menu grants access
to the following information:
– Trip report;
– My prefered trips;
– Eco-coaching.
Trip report
This menu shows you the data saved
from your last journey:
–
–
–
–
average fuel consumption;
average speed;
total consumption;
recovered energy or mileage completed;
– average environmental driving performance;
– braking anticipation;
– ability to manage vehicle speed.
To save your data, press “Save”, then
select the type of journey taken from
the following list:
–
–
–
–
–
home/work;
holiday;
weekend;
trip;
personal.
To reset your data, press “Reset”. A
message will ask you to confirm the
data reset. Press “Yes” to confirm or
“No” to cancel.
My prefered trips
Once you have saved a specific journey
(see information on “Journey record”),
this menu will show you the changes in
your driving style.
Two tabs enable this information to be
viewed:
– “Summary” shows the total route distance, the distance covered, the date
of updating information and the average rating out of 100.
– “Details” shows the journey record
information.
Eco-coaching
This menu monitors your driving style,
and provides you with advice to best
reduce your fuel consumption, as necessary.
To access this menu, press “Ecocoaching” and carefully read the
advice, scroll through the pages by
pressing the scroll arrows.
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PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL, REVERSING CAMERA (1/2)
Park Assist
Adjusting the audio volume
(Depending on the vehicle)
Reversing camera
Activation, deactivation
From the “Vehicle” menu, go to
“Settings”, press “Park Assist”, then at
the line “Volume”
Activation, deactivation
Depending on the vehicle, you can deactivate the parking distance control
from the touchscreen.
From the main menu, press “Vehicle”,
“Settings”, “Park Assist” then “Front
park assist” or “Rear park assist”.
Activate or deactivate the parking distance control and confirm your choice
by selecting “Done”.
From the “Settings” menu, press “Park
Assist”, then “Rear camera view settings”.
Parking distance control
Rear camera settings
Rear parking sensor
Volume
Camera display
Rear camera settings
Camera display
1
2
Static guide lines
Dynamic guide lines
Confirm
Confirm
adjust the volume of the parking distance control by pressing buttons “+” 1
or “-” 2.
Activate or deactivate the reversing
camera and confirm your choice by selecting “Done”.
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PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL, REVERSING CAMERA (2/2)
Rear camera view settings
Image settings
From the “Settings” menu, press “Park
Assist” then “Rear camera view settings” to activate/deactivate the reversing camera, the mobile clearance and
fixed gauges.
From the “Vehicle” menu, go to
“Settings”, press “Image settings”, then
adjust the following settings:
Confirm your choice by selecting
“Done”.
To reset the camera settings, from the
“Rear camera view settings” menu,
press “+” then select “Reset factory settings”.
For further information on the reversing
camera, please see your owner’s handbook.
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– brightness;
– saturation;
– contrast.
Confirm your choice by selecting “Done
”.
To reset the video settings, from the
“Image settings” menu, press “+” then
select “Reset factory settings”.
ELECTRIC VEHICLE (1/2)
Access the
Electrical vehicle
menu
flow
Consumption details
(depending on vehicle)
From the main menu, press “Vehicle”,
then “Electrical vehicle”.
This menu shows the following information for electric vehicles only:
–
–
–
–
flow
Consumption details
Used energy :
flow;
Consumption details;
Charge scheduler;
Comfort timer.
Energy recovered :
This menu shows you a diagram of the
vehicle, and indicates the points where
the vehicle is consuming energy or is
generating energy to recharge the traction battery.
1
2
3
This menu shows you a diagram of the
vehicle, and indicates the points where
the vehicle is consuming energy (when
the vehicle is consuming energy or
generating energy to recharge the traction battery) and compares it to the last
15 minutes of driving.
The following appear on the right-hand
side of the screen:
1 energy consumed;
2 energy consumption of accessories
(air-conditioning, radio, etc);
3 recovered energy.
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ELECTRIC VEHICLE (2/2)
Charge scheduler
Comfort timer
Monday programming
End
Start
Mon.
Tues.
Mon.
Comfort timer
Charge scheduler
Always
charging
Start at
Calendar
Tues.
Total of 10 hours
Off
Time 1
Time 2
Charging from 6.30pm on Monday to 3.30am on
Tuesday
Select
Change
Select
Done
Select
Change
Change
Select
Change
Comfort timer is turned off.
The vehicle will charge when it is connected to a power source.
Done
This menu enables you to set the time
to start charging.
You can choose:
– immediate charge;
– a daily schedule;
– a weekly schedule.
Note: Charging starts at the programmed time if the engine is switched
off and the vehicle is plugged into a
power source (subject to subscription).
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Comfort timer only works if the vehicle is connected to a
power source.
To change the charging programmer
(by week), press the “Change” button
under “Calendar”. Press “Add a charging programme” - a window will open
to adjust the charge start time and end
time.
Confirm your choice by pressing
“Confirm”.
Done
This menu allows you to:
– deactivate the air preconditioning;
– set the start time for air preconditioning.
Press one of the buttons to activate or
deactivate it.
You can set up to two air preconditioning times. To set the start time, press
“Change”.
Set the time and press “Done” to confirm.
TAKE CARE (1/2)
Access the TAKE
CARE menu
Depending on the vehicle, you may
have a fragrance diffuser, an air ioniser
and a system checking the quality of
the exterior air.
Scent diffuser
This menu lets you choose the type of
fragrance and the intensity of the diffusion in the passenger compartment.
Fragrance diffuser.
Off
Fragrance 1
Select
Fragrance
2
Select
Intensity
4
Confirm
Press “Done” to confirm.
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TAKE CARE (2/2)
Ioniser
Outside air quality
Ioniser
The air ioniser uses two modes:
– Clean: helps to reduce bacteria and
allergenic particles present in the air;
– Relax: creates a healthy and relaxing driving atmosphere through the
emission of ions;
– Off (stop emission).
Off
Clean
Select
Relax
This menu shows you the air quality
graph.
Select
Start ioniser at each vehicle start
Done
Outside air quality
Once the mode has been selected, it
will automatically stop after 30 minutes.
Polluted +
Polluted -
You can activate/deactivate automatic
running by ticking the “Start ioniser at
each vehicle start” option. Press “Done”
to confirm your choice.
Good
Past minutes
The graph gives an estimate of the outside air quality over the last 15 minutes.
The three pictograms indicate the quality level (respectively from the healthiest to the most polluted air):
.
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ON-BOARD COMPUTER/VEHICLE SETTINGS
Onboard computer
(depending on vehicle)
Onboard computer
Since
18-06-2012
Total distance
0.0 km
Average speed
0.0 km/h
Average consumption
0.0 l/100 km
Total consumption
0.0 l
Reset
To reset the on-board computer and
instrument panel information, press
“Reset” and confirm by pressing “Yes”.
Settings
(depending on vehicle)
From the “Vehicle” menu, select
“Settings” to access the parking distance settings and activate/deactivate
the options from the following:
– automatically fold in the wing mirrors
upon locking the vehicle;
– lock/unlock doors while driving;
– activate the rear windscreen wiper
when selecting reverse gear;
– activate daytime running lights;
– only unlock the driver’s door when
opening the door;
– set the driving style indicator on the
instrument panel;
– activate/deactivate the Eco² Driving
route plan.
From the “Vehicle” menu, select,
“Onboard computer” to access the following information since the last reset:
–
–
–
–
–
date of starting calculation;
total distance;
average speed;
average fuel consumption;
total fuel or energy consumption.
Park Assist
Please refer to the “Parking distance
control, reversing camera” section.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE SERVICES MENU
Access the
Services menu
From the main menu, press “Services”.
The “Services” menu grants access to
the following elements:
–
–
–
–
R-Link Store;
Navigation services;
Settings;
Your applications.
Some services are accessible for
free during the trial period. You can
extend the subscription online at www.
MyRenault.com or through your country’s R-Link Store .
Introduction to R-Link
Store
R-Link Store is the applications store
for your multimedia system. Here you
can buy applications or subscriptions
to services through a secure online
system.
Please refer to the “Downloading and
installing applications from R-Link
Store” section for more information.
Navigation services
Please refer to the “Navigation services” section.
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Settings
This menu brings together the management tools for applications and connections. Please refer to the “Services
Settings” section for more information.
DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING APPLICATIONS (1/4)
R-Link Store is an online shop for
buying applications, services and content. R-Link Store, available depending on the country, can be accessed
directly using the multimedia system or
from a computer connected to the internet.
Note: some products can only purchased via a computer connected to
the Internet on R-Link Store. If so, a
message will be displayed to notify you.
Please refer to “Downloading and installing applications from a computer”.
Note: some applications are paid. For
further information about buying applications, please see the general conditions of sale.
The “+” menu grants access to the following elements:
Coyote Pack
Renault
Digital Pack
Renault
Reader
Renault
Selection
Top apps
Categories
– Search enables you to search for an
element using a key word;
– Update enables you to search for
available updates for the applications, services and content installed;
– My products gives a summary of
the elements bought along with the
expiry dates for the products concerned;
– Legal information displays the legal
information about R-Link Store.
Downloading and installing
applications from R-Link
Store
From the “Services” menu, press “RLink Store”.
The available applications are classified in three tabs:
– Selection presents a selection of
applications;
– Top apps classes the applications
by order of popularity;
– Categories shows the applications
by theme: entertainment, maps, etc.
The availability of the services described varies depending on the
country.
Select an application to get a description.
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DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING APPLICATIONS (2/4)
Product details
Read all your content using this application!
Reader
Please note: this application only works in France
and is subject to an annual subscription with
our supplier.
Category: reader
Size: 0.98 MB
Version: 1.0
Author: Reader
Buy
Press “Purchase” to choose the type of
payment.
The multimedia system system offers
two types of payment: by My Renault
account or by credit or debit card.
Select one of the two options, tick the
box to accept the general conditions of
sale for R-Link Store, then go on to payment.
Note: it is mandatory to enter an e-mail
address. An invoice will be sent to this
address, along with the user and installation instructions, depending on the
application purchased.
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Pay using My Renault account
Paying by credit or debit card
Enter the e-mail address and password for your My Renault account, then
press “OK”.
Enter a valid e-mail address, then press
“OK”.
Choose a credit or debit card from
those already linked to your My Renault
account, or add a new one.
Enter the card details, then press
“Done”.
Enter the card details, then press
“Confirm”.
Your application download will begin
immediately. Once the application is
downloaded, its icon is displayed in the
“Services” menu.
Your application download will begin
immediately. Once the application has
been downloaded, its icon will be displayed in the “Services” menu.
Note: the download time for the application can vary depending on the size
of the application and on the reception
quality on the mobile network.
Note: the download time for the application can vary depending on the size
of the application and on the reception
quality on the mobile network.
Note: the card details you enter in the
system when making a purchase are
automatically saved. To delete them
from the system, please see the information on “Deleting card details”.
Note: to use this type of payment,
you must first create a My Renault account. Please see the information on
“Creating an account in My Renault”
open the next page.
For safety reasons, carry
out these operations when
the vehicle is stationary.
DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING APPLICATIONS (3/4)
Create an account for My Renault
To buy and download applications from
a computer connected to the Internet
from www.renault.com, you must first
create an account My Renault:
– from a computer connected to the
Internet, open your browser, go to
www.renault.com and select your
country;
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2
– click on the “Connection” button and
follow the steps indicated on the
website to create your account My
Renault.
Downloading and installing
applications from a computer
You can also download applications
from a computer connected to the
Internet (particularly useful for large
files). You can also manage your products from your computer and transfer
them to your multimedia system via the
system SD card.
Once you have created an account,
you can explore the catalogue of applications and search for product updates.
Note: for further information, click on
“Help” 2 or see an Authorised Dealer.
Note: some products can only be purchased from a computer connected to
the Internet, from the www.renault.com
website.
Searching for updates
– Log in to your account My Renault
then click on “Updates” 1. The website displays the updates available
for the multimedia system software,
your applications, your map data,
etc.
– Select the updates you want to install, then follow the procedure to
collect them on the SD card.
Note: during synchronisation, the installation of R-Link Toolbox software is
proposed. You should install this software to be able to download products
and updates to the SD card.
Note: internal software updates for
the multimedia system are only available from a computer connected to the
Internet.
Installing applications via the SD
card
Insert the SD card into the SD port on
your vehicle. The multimedia system
detects new applications and copies
them automatically. The installation will
be executed on your R-Link after the
SD card is inserted in the vehicle.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
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DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING APPLICATIONS (4/4)
Restore factory settings
R-Link Store
[email protected]
[email protected]
R-Link Store
1
1
From the main menu, press “System”,
then “System settings”.
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Data sharing
Managing personal data
The system stores e-mail addresses
and card details in the memory.
Deleting an e-mail address
When you purchase on R-Link Store,
when you enter an e-mail address,
press the button at the far right of the “Email” line. The list of e-mail addresses
saved in the system is displayed.
Press 1 opposite the address you wish
to delete. The address is immediately
deleted.
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You can authorise or reject data sharing
from the moment the system is started.
Please refer to the “Starting, Stopping”
section.
Refusing to share data stops the connections of applications and services.
Deleting credit or debit card data
When you make a purchase with a
credit or debit card, press “Pay with a
card already saved in the memory” on
the purchase confirmation form. The
list of credit or debit cards saved in the
system is displayed.
Press 2 opposite the card data to be
deleted. The credit or debit card data is
immediately deleted.
Note: the vehicle must be connected to
a mobile network to be able to delete
card data.
SERVICES SETTINGS
Accessing the
services settings
From the main menu, press “Services”.
The “Settings” menu enables you to
adjust the following elements:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Applications manager;
Connectivity manager;
Navigation services;
Update applications;
Data sharing settings;
Activate/deactivate Bluetooth®.
Delete application data
Select the application from which you
wish to delete data, select the first tab,
press “+” then “Delete application data”.
Deleting an application
Select the application you want to
delete, select the first tab, press “+”
then “Delete application”.
The applications manager enables you
to delete application data, uninstall applications and view the following information:
– about;
– system usage;
– confidentiality.
This menu lets you search for installed
application updates, but requires a
valid subscription.
Data sharing
settings
Connectivity
manager
Applications
manager
Update
applications
This menu enables you to manage your
Bluetooth® peripherals. Refer to the
“Pairing/unpairing a telephone” section.
Navigation
services
Refer to the “Navigation services” section for more details.
This menu enables you to activate or
deactivate data sharing.
Note: in the event of deactivating data
sharing, certain applications may not
operate correctly.
Activate/deactivate
Bluetooth®
Press this button to activate or deactivate the Bluetooth® on the multimedia
system. A message is displayed to indicate the activation or deactivation of the
Bluetooth®.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS (1/3)
Accessing the
system settings
From the main menu, press “System”.
The “System settings” menu enables
you to adjust the following elements:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Language;
Display;
Sound;
Clock;
Safety warnings;
Home screen;
Keyboards;
Set units;
Status & Information;
Remove SD-card;
Restore factory settings.
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Language
This menu is used to select a language
to apply to the system. Select the desired language, then a voice.
Sound
This menu is used to adjust the following settings:
Sound levels
Display
This menu is used to adjust the following settings:
– Day brightness adjustment.
– Night brightness adjustment.
– Switch to night mode at night: tick
this option to activate the automatic
switchover to night/day mode. The
system switches to night mode when
the external light is low or when the
headlights are lit.
– Use night mode: select this option
to force night mode.
Lets you adjust the main sound
levels:
– traffic information;
– hands-free system;
– phone ringtone;
– navigation instructions;
– synthetic voices;
– application alerts.
Alerts
enables the audio alert volume to
be adjusted, and also authorises
or prevents alerts when the touchscreen is switched off.
SYSTEM SETTINGS (2/3)
Speed sensitive volume
Allows automatic volume increase
with speed.
Computer voice
Enables the type of information
given by a synthetic voice to be adjusted.
Clock
This menu is used to set the system
clock and the time display format. It is
recommended to keep the automatic
setting.
Home screen
This menu sets the configuration of the
welcome screen.
Change Home Page
Home screen 1
Safety warnings
Home screen 2
Music
Navigation
Home screen 3
Voice
Enables the system voice to be
chosen. Please refer to the “Volume
and voice” section for further information.
This menu enables the alerts provided
by the system to be activated or deactivated. Tick the alert boxes you wish
to activate.
Home screen 4
Driving Eco²
Home screen 5
Done
Choose one of the configurations from
the left-hand list. The right section
of the screen gives a preview of the
changes. According to the equipment
of your vehicle, the number of configurations may be reduced.
Once you have chosen a configuration,
press the “Done” button to confirm your
choice.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS (3/3)
Keyboards
Status &
Information
This menu enables you to choose the
virtual keypad used by the system:
This menu gives you various pieces of
system information:
This menu allows you to delete all information from the system.
– choose an alphabet type from Latin,
Greek and Cyrillic, then press next;
–
–
–
–
–
Note: After resetting, the system will
restart in English. To change the language, please refer to the information
on “Language” in this section.
– choose a keypad type from the
choices on offer, then press “Done”
to confirm your selection.
version information;
GPS status;
network status;
licences;
copyright.
Remove SD-card
Set units
This menu enables you to choose the
type of unit for various elements:
–
–
–
–
distance units;
coordinate display;
temperature units;
barometric units.
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This menu enables you to eject the SD
card safely.
To remove the SD card from the SD
port, please refer to “SD card: use, initialisation”.
Restore factory
settings
OPERATING FAULTS
System
Description
Causes
Solutions
No image is displayed.
The screen is on standby.
Ensure that the screen is not on standby.
No sound can be heard.
The volume is set to minimum or pause. Increase the volume or deactivate pause.
No sound comes from the left, right, front The balance or fader settings are incor- Adjust the sound balance or fader coror rear speakers.
rect.
rectly.
No map is displayed.
The SD card is missing or damaged.
Check the SD card is present.
Navigation
Description
Causes
Solutions
The location of the vehicle on the screen Incorrect positioning of the vehicle Move the vehicle until reception of the
does not correspond to its actual location, caused by GPS reception.
GPS signal is improved.
or the GPS marker on the screen remains
grey or yellow.
The directions on the screen do not corre- The SD card is out of date.
spond to the actual road.
The map is not up to date.
Download an update from MyRenault.
Traffic flow information is not displayed on Guidance has not been activated.
the screen.
The subscription is not active.
Ensure guidance is activated. Select a
destination and begin the guidance.
Certain items on the menu are not avail- Depending on the current command,
able.
some items will be unavailable.
Voice guidance is unavailable.
The navigation system does not include Increase the volume. Ensure voice guidthe intersection.
ance is activated. Ensure guidance is acVoice guidance or guidance is deacti- tivated.
vated.
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OPERATING FAULTS (continued)
Navigation
Description
Causes
Solutions
The directions of the voice guidance do The voice guidance may vary according Drive according to the actual conditions.
not correspond to your exact location.
to the environment.
The suggested route does not start or The destination is not yet recognised by Enter a road near to the required destinaend at the required destination.
the system.
tion.
The system calculates a detour auto- Prioritising avoid area settings or traffic Deactivate the “avoid area settings” funcmatically.
restrictions will affect the calculation of tion.
the route.
Phone
Description
Causes
Solutions
No sounds or ringtone can be heard.
The mobile phone is not connected to Ensure that the mobile phone is connected
the system.
to the system. Increase the volume or deThe volume is set to minimum or pause. activate pause.
Impossible to make a call.
The mobile phone is not connected to Ensure that the mobile phone is connected
the system.
to the system. Unlock the phone keypad.
Voice recognition
Description
Causes
The system does not recognise the The voice command has not been recvoice command stated.
ognised.
The voice recognition time delay has expired.
The voice recognition cannot operate
properly due to a noisy environment.
The user spoke after the beep.
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Solutions
Check that the spoken voice command
exists (refer to the “Using voice commands” section). Speak within the voice
recognition time delay.
Speak in a quiet environment.
ALPHABETICAL INDEX (1/2)
A
address ............................................... GB.23 → GB.27, GB.44
air ioniser ..........................................................GB.71 – GB.72
answering a call ................................................GB.61 – GB.62
B
buttons .................................................. GB.5 → GB.12, GB.15
C
call history....................................................................... GB.63
colours ............................................................................ GB.80
communication ............................................................... GB.64
compass ......................................................................... GB.29
connect a telephone ....................................................... GB.59
connected services ...............GB.39 – GB.40, GB.74 → GB.78
controls ................................................. GB.5 → GB.12, GB.15
D
destination ...................................................... GB.23 → GB.27
detailed route .................................................. GB.30 → GB.34
detour ...................................GB.32 – GB.33, GB.35 → GB.37
dialling a number ..............................................GB.61 – GB.62
disconnect a telephone................................................... GB.59
E
ECO driving .................................................................... GB.66
electric vehicle ....................................................GB.41, GB.43
vehicle range ..............................................GB.69 – GB.70
charge .............................................GB.42, GB.69 – GB.70
ending a call .....................................................GB.61 – GB.62
energy consumption .........................................GB.69 – GB.70
energy-saving ................................................................. GB.66
environment .................................................................... GB.66
F
fascias and steering wheel controls.................. GB.5 → GB.12
favourite
add ............................................................................ GB.19
delete ........................................................................ GB.19
fragrance diffuser..............................................GB.71 – GB.72
fuel economy .................................................................. GB.66
G
guidance
activation ....................................... GB.23 → GB.27, GB.30
cancellation ............................................................... GB.32
voice ......................................................... GB.30 → GB.33
L
language
change ...................................................................... GB.80
linking a telephone................................GB.57 – GB.58, GB.58
M
map
display ...........................................................GB.29, GB.38
map symbols ............................................................. GB.29
scale ......................................................................... GB.29
MENU ............................................................. GB.15 → GB.17
MP3 ................................................................................ GB.52
MP3 player ..................................................................... GB.52
N
navigation ....................................................... GB.35 → GB.37
navigation system ............................................................. GB.3
O
operating faults .................................................GB.83 – GB.84
operation......................................................................... GB.18
P
parking distance control....................................GB.67 – GB.68
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX (2/2)
personal data
delete ........................................................................ GB.78
precautions during use ..................................................... GB.3
R
radio
automatic mode ........................................ GB.47 → GB.51
automatic station storage .......................... GB.47 → GB.51
choosing a station ..................................... GB.47 → GB.51
manual mode ............................................ GB.47 → GB.51
station pretuning ....................................... GB.47 → GB.51
rear view camera ..............................................GB.67 – GB.68
receiving a call ..................................................GB.61 – GB.62
rejecting a call...................................................GB.61 – GB.62
S
screen
monitor ...................................................................... GB.18
navigation display ................................... GB.30 → GB.33
SD card...................................................GB.3, GB.13 – GB.14
second route .........................GB.32 – GB.33, GB.35 → GB.37
settings ...................................GB.65, GB.73, GB.79 → GB.82
audio ...............................................GB.55 – GB.56, GB.81
brightness ................................................................. GB.80
customising ............................................................... GB.81
navigation ...................................................GB.45 – GB.46
soft button ............................................. GB.4, GB.15 → GB.17
sounds
activate ..................................................................... GB.28
deactivate ................................................................. GB.28
stage ............................................................................... GB.34
switching off .................................................................... GB.18
system
initialisation .................................................GB.13 – GB.14
GB.86
T
telephone contacts list .................................................... GB.60
traffic information ............................................ GB.35 → GB.37
trip computer and warning system.................................. GB.73
U
unpairing a telephone ...........................GB.57 – GB.58, GB.58
V
voice
activate ..................................................................... GB.28
deactivate ................................................................. GB.28
voice control ................................................... GB.20 → GB.22
voice recognition............................................. GB.20 → GB.22
volume ............................................................................ GB.28
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Contents
Precautions during use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.4
General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.5
General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.5
Introduction to the controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.8
On/Off switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.10
Operate and use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.11
Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.13
Radio / AUX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.14
Listening to the radio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.14
Auxiliary audio sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.17
Audio setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.20
Navigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.21
The navigation system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.21
Reading a map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.22
Entering a destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.25
Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.31
Map settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.36
Managing the favourites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.37
Navigation settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.39
Bluetooth device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.43
Pairing/unpairing Bluetooth® devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.43
GB.1
Connecting/disconnecting Bluetooth® devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.45
Phone Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.46
Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.47
Receiving/during a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.48
System settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.49
Updating the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.51
Operating faults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB.55
All rights including rights vested in the software, content and other materials installed and running in the car
as well as displayed trademarks and logos, are reserved by their respective owners.
GB.2
GB.3
Precautions during use
It is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.
You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
Precautions when operating the system
–Operate the controls (on the dash or near the steering wheel) and read the information on the screen only when road
conditions allow.
–Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard.
Precautions regarding navigation
– Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehicle.
– Depending on the geographical zones, the system may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert. In all cases,
Road Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system.
Precautions concerning the equipment
– Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire.
– Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly.
– Do not insert foreign bodies into the player.
Precautions when using the phone
– There are laws which govern the use of phones in vehicles. They do not necessarily authorise the use of hands-free phone
systems under all driving conditions: drivers must be in control of their vehicles at all times;
– Using a phone whilst driving is a significant distraction and risk factor during all stages of use (dialling, communicating,
searching for a number in the handset memory, etc.).
The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers all
existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected
and the country where it is sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be introduced later in the year.
GB.4
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/3)
Introduction
Radio functions
Auxiliary audio function
Your vehicle’s multimedia system performs the following functions:
The multimedia system can be used
to listen to FM (frequency modulation),
and AM (amplitude modulation) radio
stations.
You can listen to your personal stereo
directly through your vehicle’s speakers. There are several ways of connecting your personal stereo, depending on
the type of device you have:
– RDS radio;
– management of auxiliary audio
sources;
– hands-free phone;
– navigation assistance.
The RDS system makes it possible to
display the name of some stations and
also for information messages sent by
FM stations to be heard automatically:
– traffic bulletins;
– news bulletins;
– emergency messages.
– 3.5 mm Jack socket;
– audio multi-connection unit (USB);
– Bluetooth® connection.
For more information on compatible devices, contact your approved manufacturer’s dealer or visit the manufacturer’s
website, where available.
GB.5
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/3)
Hands-free phone function
Telephone compatibility
The hands-free Bluetooth® phone
system makes the following functions
possible without having to handle your
phone:
Some phones are not compatible with
the hands-free system, and do not
enable you to use all of the available
functions or do not provide the best
possible sound quality.
– send/receive/suspend a call;
– transfer the list of contacts from the
phone memory;
– access the call logs for calls which
have come through the system;
For more information on compatible
telephones, contact your approved
manufacturer’s dealer or visit the manufacturer’s website, where available.
Navigation assistance
function
The navigation system automatically
calculates the geographical position of
the vehicle by receiving GPS signals.
It suggests a route to your chosen destination using its road map.
Finally, it indicates the route to take,
step by step, using the display screen
and voice messages.
– dial emergency numbers.
Your hands-free phone system is only intended to facilitate communication by reducing the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
GB.6
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (3/3)
1
2
3
3 Time area:
– showing the current time;
6
7
– if Bluetooth is connected, it is displayed in the indicator area.
4 Menu area:
– display subordinate menu of
mode;
– showing current menu as highlighted color.
Listening
5
Displays
List
Option
4
Menu screen
1 Mode selection area:
Options
5 Home area
Home or Back button: goes back to
the home menu or previous screen.
10
9
8
Navigation screen
6 Map mode (2D/3D).
7 Name of the next street.
– showing the selected mode;
8 Current audio information.
– when mode area is touched, rest
of the area will be showing mode list.
10 Voice guidance On/Off.
9 Options for route and map setting.
2 Contents Area
showing the contents of menu item
and information.
GB.7
introduction to the controls (1/2)
Screen selections are made by touching the desired selection on the screen.
K
A
L
C D
B
M
N
Options
J
H
G
Q
F
P
E
A
R
S
B
M
L
C
J
GB.8
H
G
F
N
D
Options
E
Q
T
introduction to the controls (2/2)
Function
A
B, M/N
Short press: standby screen mode On/Off
Adjust the volume
C
USB socket
D
3.5mm Jack socket
E
Access the current media (Radio, AUX) source
F
Access the option menu
G
Access the home menu
H
Mute/unmute the voice guidance
J
Change the map view mode (2D/3D)
K
1st press: access functions for the source currently in use
Successive presses: select the audio source (Radio, AUX)
L
Answer/end a call
M+N
P
Q
Mute/unmute the sound
Change mode for choosing a radio station (Main, List, Preset)
Radio: search for a radio station
Media: search for audio track
R
Select from the available media (USB, AUX, iPod® and Bluetooth®)
S
Select the audio reception mode/Alternate between AM and FM
T
Confirm your selection
GB.9
SWITCH On/off
A
A
Switching on
Switching off
Standby screen
The multimedia system switches on automatically when the ignition is switched
on.
The system switches off automatically
when the vehicle’s ignition is switched
off.
The standby clock mode allows the display screen to be switched off.
In other cases, press button A to switch
on the multimedia system.
When in standby clock mode, the radio
or guidance system does not operate.
With the ignition off, you can use the
system for 20 minutes.
Press button A to activate and briefly
press A to deactivate the standby
screen.
Press A to make the multimedia system
operate for about a further 20 minutes.
Any other action will temporarily reactivate the screen.
GB.10
operate and use (1/2)
Touching screen
K
L
Tap (short press):
– Item selection;
– Item execution (Media playing
screen).
When touching forwards button,
moves toward the next song.
Press and Hold (long press):
Route Settings
Route planning Fast
method
Off
Motorway
Period
Off
Charge
Per-use Toll Off
M
On
R
On
N
On
Options
– Item store (Radio screen);
When touching with long presses the
preset number, stores the current
radio channel.
Short Eco
1
– Move to scroll with acceleration;
Back to Home menu
When touching with long presses the
list down buttons, scroll (per page)
with acceleration.
System goes back to Home menu directly once you press and hold 1 wherever it is.
Q
P
Using the steering column
controls
Press button P to change the radio station search mode.
– fast-forward or rewind (Media playing screen).
Rotate wheel Q to change the station
(movement R).
When touching with long presses
forwards or backwards button, fast
winding the song.
Press K to change the source (AUX,
AM, FM).
GB.11
operate and use (2/2)
2
3
Select 2 to modify your entry.
Select 3 to display list of results.
Select 4 to change the keyboard to
special layout.
Select 5 to use numbers and symbols.
Options
5
4
Using an alphabetical
keyboard
When entering a heading using an alphabetical keyboard, choose each
letter by pressing keyboard.
When choosing each letter, the system
will remove the brightness of certain letters to help enter the letters.
GB.12
volume
Volume
Muting the sound
Adjust the sound level when listening to
the different sources, messages, ringtones and phone communications:
Press simultaneously on M/N to mute
the sound.
– by pressing or turning B (depending
on the vehicle);
– or on M/N.
The radio source being listened to is interrupted when “TA” traffic information,
news bulletins or a warning message is
received.
This function is deactivated automatically when the volume control is used
or when a news or road traffic bulletin
is broadcast.
Volume adjustment according
to speed
When this function is activated, the
audio and navigation volume will vary
according to the vehicle speed.
To activate and adjust this function,
refer to the information on “Speed dependent volume control” of the section
on “Audio settings”.
Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside
noise can be heard.
GB.13
listen to the radio (1/3)
1
6
Main
2
3
List
Preset
5
4 3
Main
Option
List
7
Preset
Option
8
Main
List
Preset
Option
2
Selecting a wavelength
List mode
Preset mode
Press 1.
Select the wavelength (FM or AM) required by pressing it.
Select the List mode by pressing 5.
This operating mode allows you to find
a station easily by name from an alphabetical list (with FM only).
Select the Preset mode by pressing 4.
Choosing a station
It is possible to scan up to 50 available
radio stations.
Select the stations required by pressing zone 6.
Press 7 to scroll through all the stations.
The names of the radio stations that
do not use RDS will not appear on the
screen. Only their frequency is displayed and sorted at the end of the list.
There are different modes for choosing
a radio station.
After having selected the waveband,
select the mode by pressing 4 or 5.
GB.14
This operation mode allows you to
recall on demand those stations which
you have already stored (refer to information on “Storing a station” in this section).
Press zone 8 to select your stored stations.
listen to the radio (2/3)
1
8
Main
2
3
List
Preset
Option
3
Main
List
Preset
Option
RDS
Off
On
TA
Off
On
Region
Off
On
News
Off
Main
List
On
Preset
2
Option
9
Manual mode
Storing a station
Radio settings
This mode allows stations to be
searched manually by scanning the selected wavelength.
Select a radio station by using one of
the modes described above.
Display the settings menu by pressing 9. You can activate or deactivate
functions by pressing “On” or “Off” (the
setting menu varies depending on the
wavelength).
Scan the wavelength (advancing in increments of 0.5) by repeatedly pressing 3.
Briefly press 2 to start an automatic
search for radio stations.
Repeat the operation each time the
search stops if necessary.
You can also move wheel Q to launch
an automatic station search.
Press and hold one of the buttons on
the zone 8.
You can store up to 12 stations per
wavelength.
The available functions are as follows:
–
–
–
–
–
–
RDS;
TA (Traffic announcement);
Region;
News;
AM;
Update list.
GB.15
listen to the radio (3/3)
RDS
Some FM radio stations broadcast text
information relating to the programme
being listened to (the name of a track,
for example).
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to information on “Radio settings”
in this section.
Region
Note: this information is only available
on some radio stations.
The frequency of an FM radio station
may change depending on the geographical area.
TA (Traffic announcement)
In order to keep listening to the same
radio station when changing region, activate the Région function so that your
audio system can automatically retune
the frequency.
When this function is activated, your
audio system makes it possible to automatically search for and listen to traffic information when they are broadcast
from certain FM radio stations.
Note: the automatic broadcasting of
traffic information is deactivated when
the audio system is set to the AM band.
Once the function is activated, select
the news station then choose if you require another playback source.
Traffic information is broadcast automatically and has priority over the
source being listened to at the time.
GB.16
Note: This is only available for certain
radio stations.
Poor reception can sometimes cause
erratic and annoying changes in frequency. In this case you should deactivate this function.
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to information on “Radio settings”
in this section.
News
When this function is activated, it is
possible to automatically listen to news
when they are broadcast by certain FM
radio stations (depending on country).
If you then select the other sources,
when a broadcast of the selected programme type is made, it will interrupt
the other sources.
To activate/deactivate this function,
refer to information on “Radio settings”
in this section.
AM
You can activate or deactivate the AM
wavelength. To activate/deactivate this
function, refer to information on “Radio
settings” in this section
Update List
To update the list of stations and obtain
the most recent ones, press “Start”
(only for FM).
auxiliary audio sources (1/3)
Your system is fitted with two auxiliary
inputs for connecting an external audio
source (MP3 player, portable audio
player, USB key, etc.).
To change the auxiliary source, press 1
to show the list of auxiliary sources and
then press the desired auxiliary source
from the following possibilities:
1
To find the input position, please refer
to the section on “Introduction to the
controls”.
–
–
–
–
Principles of operation
Connection
Audio formats
The auxiliary audio source formats include MP3 and WMA.
There are two types of connections:
– a USB socket,
– a jack.
Connect your portable audio player, depending on the type of device.
Once you have connected a USB
socket or jack, the system automatically detects the auxiliary source.
Listening
List
Option
2
3
Selecting an auxiliary source
In navigation mode or when listening
to the radio, select your auxiliary audio
source by pressing “Home” > “MEDIA”.
The system starts playing the last audio
track played.
Note: any change to the external audio
source which is made when the system
is not active will not be automatically
taken into account.
USB;
iPod®;
BT: Bluetooth® devices;
AUX: 3.5mm jack.
Fast winding
Press and hold 2 to fast forward or
rewind.
Playback resumes when the button is
released.
Repeat
This function enables you to repeat one
track or all tracks.
Tap 3 and then tap “Off”, “Track”, or
“All”.
Shuffle
This function allows you to play all
songs on ‘Shuffle’. Press “3” then “On”,
“Off” or “Folder”.
Only handle the portable audio player when traffic conditions permit.
Store the portable audio player safely while driving (risk of being thrown
in the event of sudden braking).
GB.17
auxiliary audio sources (2/3)
Auxiliary input: USB socket,
Bluetooth®
Note: once connected, you can no
longer directly control your portable digital audio player. You must use the keys
on the system’s front panel.
4
Connection: USB and portable
digital audio player
Selecting a track
Connect the socket of your portable
audio player to the USB input on the
unit.
To select an audio track within a folder,
tap “List”.
To go back to the previous level in the
folder hierarchy, tap 4.
Once the USB socket of the digital portable audio player is connected, the
“USB” menu is displayed.
Main
List
Option
Note: it may not be possible to connect
certain types of digital portable players.
Connection: iPod®
Connect the socket of your iPod® to the
USB input on the unit.
Once the USB socket of your iPod®
is connected, the “iPod” menu is displayed.
Note: use the iPod® cable for exclusive
use of iPod® when connecting iPod® to
the USB socket.
GB.18
Connection: Bluetooth®
Refer to the section on “Connecting/
disconnecting Bluetooth® devices”.
Once Bluetooth® is connected, the
“BT” menu is displayed.
Use
Depending on the type of portable
audio player, select a folder (MP3
player, USB key) or a playlist (portable
digital music player).
By default, albums are listed in alphabetical order.
Note: if you connect a USB key, all the
folders will be at the same level on the
tree structure.
Depending on the type of digital portable audio player, you can refine your
selection by using folders or files.
auxiliary audio sources (3/3)
Auxiliary input: jack
Use
Connection
No indication of the name of the artist or
the track is displayed on the system’s
screen.
Connect the jack of your portable audio
player to the jack input.
Note: you cannot select a track directly
from your audio system.
To select a track, you must do so directly via your portable audio player,
when the vehicle is stationary.
GB.19
Audio setting
1
Sound
5
Audio Setting
Display the sound menu by pressing 3.
Right/left and front/rear balance
Sound
Tap 6 or 8 to adjust the sound the left/
right balance.
Off
Loudness
Off
On
Tap 5 or 7 to adjust the sound the front/
rear balance.
Sound
After setting balance, tap “OK”.
Audio
4
Display Bluetooth System
3 2
Display the settings menu by pressing
“Home” > “SETTING”. Tap 2.
You can leave the settings menu by
pressing 4.
OK
8
7
6
SDVC (Speed Dependent
Volume Control)
When the speed of your vehicle is more
than 40km/h, the volume level outputs
higher than original volume level.
Adjust the volume/speed ratio by pressing zone 1.
Loudness
Tap “On” or “Off” to turn off or on the
loudness.
GB.20
Bass, Mid, Treble
Tap left arrow or right arrow to adjust
the Bass, Mid or Treble.
After setting Bass, Mid or Treble, tap
“OK”.
the navigation system
The navigation system
The navigation system calculates your
position and guides you by using data:
– from the GPS receiver;
– from the digital map.
The GPS receiver
The navigation system uses GPS
(Global Positioning System) satellites
orbiting the Earth.
The GPS receiver receives signals
transmitted from several satellites. The
system can then locate the position of
the vehicle.
Note: after moving a long distance
without driving (ferry, rail freight), the
system may take several minutes to
adjust before retuning to normal operation.
“Map” USB key
Install the most recent version by inserting your USB key into a computer
that is connected to the Internet. Refer
to the section on “Map update”.
C
Note: USB key is not supplied with the
system.
If possible, always use the most recent
version.
Insert the USB key
Insert the USB key into the USB
socket C on the system.
The digital map
The digital map contains the road maps
and town maps that the system requires.
C
GB.21
read a map (1/3)
1
4
112D/3D mode.
5
12Mute/unmute the voice guidance.
GPS Location info
This function makes it possible to find
out the geographical location of the selected position (Address/latitude/longitude).
Options
3
OK
2
Options
12
11 10 9
8
7
6
Displaying the map
Map key
To display the map around the current
vehicle position, press “Home” > “Show
map”.
4 Name of the next major road or road
sign information, if applicable.
Touch the map screen.
5 Distance to and direction of next
change of direction.
To move around the navigation map,
drag the desired direction on the
screen.
6 Estimated time of arrival.
Press 3 to change the scale.
8 Location of the vehicle on the navigation map.
Rotate the map by pressing 1.
7 Distance remaining to the destination.
9 Route calculated by the navigation
system.
10Indicates the direction change.
GB.22
Touch desired position on the screen.
Press “Options” and then press “News”
to find out the exact location of the selected position.
2D/3D mode
Press 11 to change the map view between 2D and 3D.
Map icons
The navigation system uses icons 2 to
display points of interest (POI). Refer to
the information on “Display points of interest” in the section on “Map settings”.
read a map (2/3)
– Phone country code;
– Emergency number;
Country Info: France
Where Am I?
Within
Expressway
Towns Countryside
Motorway
Latitude
Longitude
Emergency
Phone Country
number
Code
Maximum blood alcohol content
Altitude
Snow Chains required in winter.
Options
13
Help Nearby
– Legal Restrictions effective in the
country:
– Maximum blood alcohol;
– Visibility vest required;
– Fire extinguisher required;
– Headlights must be on at all
times;
– Spare bulbs required;
– First aid kit required;
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– Warning triangle required;
Where am I?
Country information
This function allows you to check information about the current position and
to search for POI nearby. It operates
when GPS is connected.
Press 13 then “Country Info”.
This function allows you to view country
information depending on your current
position.
– Snow chains required in winter;
Tap “Options” on the map screen and
then tap “Where Am I?”.
This screen includes the following information:
– Winter tyres required in winter;
This screen includes the following information:
– Speed limits;
Speed limits are displayed for expressways. Displayed unit depends
on active regional settings. If data
not available, then “--” shown instead
of table and number.
– Latitude;
– Longitude;
– Altitude;
– Helmets required for motorcyclists;
– Snow chains recommended in
winter;
– Winter tyres recommended in
winter.
– House number;
– Current address.
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Help Nearby
Where Am I?
Latitude
Car Repair
Health
Longitude
Around here
Around here
Altitude
Police
Petrol
Station
Around here
Options
Around here
Help Nearby
14
Nearby assistance
This function allows you to search for
assistance near your current position.
Tap 14 to open a new screen for the
quick search.
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Information on this screen:
– Car repair services;
– Medical and emergency services;
– Police stations;
– Gas stations.
To search a destination from this
screen, refer to the section on “Entering
a destination” and the information on
“Select one of the “Points of Interest
(POI)”.
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Destination menu
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” to
access the destination menu.
2
1
Navigation
The destination menu offers several
methods to enter a destination:
– enter an address (complete or partial);
Address
Points of interest
History
– select an address from the “Points of
interest” (POI);
Favourites
Find on
Map
Coordinate
– select a destination from the previous destinations;
– select an
Favourites;
address
from
Destination Route
Options
Options
the
This item allows you to enter all or part
of the address: country, town, street
and number.
When using for the first time:
– Tap the “Country”.
– Tap the keyboard button to enter the
name of the country required.
When entering the address the
system will remove the brightness of
certain letters to help enter the address.
The system may suggest several
country lists by pressing 2. Select
the required country in the lists.
Note: only addresses known to the
system through the digital map are authorised.
– Proceed in the same way for “Town/
Suburb”, “Street”, “Intersecting
Street” and “Street Number”.
– select for destination by using the
map;
– select a latitude and longitude.
Entering an address
Tap 1
Note: “Intersecting Street” and “Street
Number” are activated after selecting
“Street”.
Note: when entering the street, it is not
necessary to specify the type of road
(street, avenue, boulevard, etc.).
Note: the system stores previous addresses in its memory. Once you have
entered a destination by address, then
the next time, it is the previous address
that will be given.
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Quick search for points of interest
3
The quick search feature lets you
quickly find a place.
Points of interest
Tap the map somewhere to search for
points of interest. The point 3 appears.
Press 4 and then “Points of interest
around cursor” to show the list of points
of interest with names and distance
from point 3.
Options
OK
4
Select from the “Points of
interest” (POI)
You can select your destination from
the Points of Interest.
You can find a place in different ways:
– with the quick search feature, you
can quickly find a nearby place by its
name.
– with the preset search feature, you
can find frequently searched types of
places with only a few screen taps.
– you can search for a place by its category.
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Petrol Station
Around My Position
Custom
Search
Parking
Around My Position
Restaurant
Around My Position
Searching for points of interest
using preset categories
The preset search feature lets you
quickly find the most frequently selected types of places.
Press “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
> “Points of interest” to access preset
categories.
Categories(petrol station/parking/
restaurant)
– If an active route exists, “Petrol
Station” and “Restaurant” are
searched along the route, and
“Parking” is searched around the
destination.
– If there is no active route (destination
is not selected), they are searched
around the current position.
– If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are
searched around the last known position.
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Where to find points of interest?
In a Town/
Suburb
Along route
Around My
Position
Around
Destination
Searching for Points of Interest by
category
You can search for Points of Interest by
their categories and subcategories.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Points of interest” > “Custom Search”.
– Press “Along route” to search along
the active route, and not around a
given point. This is useful when you
search for a later stopover that results in a minimal detour only, such
as searching for nearby petrol stations or restaurants (the result list will
be ranked by the length of the necessary detour).
– Tap “Around My Position” to search
around the current position or if it is
not available, around the last know
position (the result list will be ordered
by the distance from this position).
– Tap “Around Destination” to search
for a place around the destination
of the active route (the result list will
be ordered by the distance from the
destination).
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Navigation
Address
Favourites
Points of
interest
History
Find on Map Coordinate
Destination Route
Options
Selecting a destination from
the previous destinations
You can find the destination to a location that you have lastly set as the destination. Tap 5.
Select the area around which the place
should be searched for:
– Tap “In a Town/Suburb” to search
for a place within a selected town/
suburb (the result list will be ordered
by the distance from the center of the
selected city/town).
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Selecting an address from
the Favourites
You can find the destination to a location stored in the Favourites. To utilize
this function more effectively, destinations that you often travel to should be
stored in advance.
Coordinate
First of all, store in the Favourites by
searching the address. Refer to the
section on “Managing the favourites”.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination”
> “Favourites” to display the list of favorite destinations.
Options
OK
6
Options
7
8
Selecting for destination by
using the map
Entering the coordinate of
the destination
This allows you search for a destination
by scrolling the map.
This allows you search for a destination
by entering its coordinate.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Find on Map” to select destination on
the map.
Tap “Home” > “NAVI” > “Destination” >
“Coordinate”.
Press on the location on the map that
you want to select as your destination.
The 6 point is displayed.
Tap 7 to select the point 6 as the destination.
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OK
You can enter the latitude and longitude
values in any of the following formats:
decimal degrees; degrees and decimal
minutes; or degrees, minutes and decimal seconds.
Tap 8 and then tap “UTM” to enter the
coordinate in UTM format.
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13
Points of interest found
Add to Favourites
News
Back to Car
Close
Options
Find
9
Options
10
OK
11
12
Sorting the list
Confirming the destination
OK
The result of searching a destination by
point of interest, history and favourites
can be sorted by name and distance.
If an active route exists, they can be
sorted by detour. And they also can be
shown all on map. Tap 9.
There are several possible options
before confirming a destination:
– If there is no active route (destination
is not selected), tap 12 to confirm the
destination as a new route.
– If an active route exists, you can
select the destination as a new route
or waypoint. Tap 12 and then tap
“New Route” or “Waypoint”.
Finding a destination by
names
In case of selecting a destination by
point of interest, history and favourites,
you can search for destination in the
list by their names. Tap 10 and enter
names using keyboard.
– OK;
– Add to favourite destinations;
– Info;
– Return to vehicle.
Add to favourites
Tap 11 and then tap 13 to store selected destination in favourites.
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entering a destination (6/6)
Return to vehicle.
14
Press 15 to return to the current vehicle
position.
Add to Favourites
News
Back to Car
Close
15
Info
This item allows you to consult the address, latitude, longitude and phone
number (phone number is only activated after selecting a point of interest).
Tap 14.
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Map Settings
View Mode
3D
Viewpoint
Low Normal High
Motorway
View
Off
2D
On
POI Markers
Options
Options
OK
1
Activating guidance
Guidance screens
Full screen mode (2D or 3D)
Tap 1 or wait 10 seconds after having
entered a destination. Guidance will
begin.
The system will offer several different
navigation maps.
This mode allows you to view the navigation map on the entire screen.
Tap “Home” > “Options” > “Map
Settings” and then tap “2D” or “3D” to
change the map display.
The information on the arrival time and
the distance remaining to the destination are located in the bottom right of
the map.
You can also change the map display
by pressing compass on the map.
The different possible full screen displays are:
The indication for the next change of direction is located in the right side of the
map.
– 2D;
– 3D.
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Voice Language
Options
Options
2
Intersection map
Motorway junction view
During guidance, before each change
of direction, the system will automatically display a close-up of the intersection.
During guidance, before each motorway junction, this system will display a
3-dimensional view of the junction.
The system will automatically switch
back to normal scale after you have
passed through the intersection.
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Note: for some junctions, only a small
turn arrow will appear on the map.
The system will switch back to normal
mode after you have passed the junction.
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4
Changing voice guidance
language
Press 2 and then “NAVI” > “Options”,
“Voice Settings” to change the language of the voice guidance.
Scroll the language list by pressing 4.
Tap the desired language and then
tap 3 to confirm.
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Route information
This function allows you to view your
route.
Select “Home” > “NAVI” > “Route” after
entering a destination.
Six choices will be given:
–
–
–
–
–
–
« Edit Route »,
« Avoidances »,
« Overview »,
« Cancel Route »,
« Route Alternatives »,
« Route ».
Options
5
Route overview
Press “Home” > “NAVI” > “Route” >
“Overview “ to get a map with an overview of the active route.
The following information will be given:
– The name and/or address of the destination;
– The total time of the route;
– The total distance of the route;
– the special points and sections of the
route (e.g. toll gates, toll roads, motorways, etc.);
– alternative routes (e.g. Short, Fast,
Economical).
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7 8 9 10
Press 5 to display the following options:
– Simulate Navigation
– alternative routes;
This function allows you to quickly
view the required route.
Start or pause the simulation by
pressing 8.
Tap 10 to increase the speed of the
simulation.
You can leave the route simulation at
any given moment by pressing 6.
You can move to previous/next manoeuvre by pressing 7 or 9.
– route;
– route settings.
Note: for further information, please
see overleaf.
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11
Route
Alternatives
Fast
Edit Route
Economical
Short
Options
14
13
OK
OK
12
16
15
18
14
17
Edit route
Avoidances
Route Alternatives
Press “Home” > “Route” > “Edit Route”
to modify the route by changing the list
of stages. You can add or remove waypoints, reorder the list.
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Avoidances”
to make a detour. Tap a section on the
list you want to make a detour.
This item allows you to change route
planning method.
Tap 11 to add waypoints and tap 14 to
add a new destination. It offers several
methods to enter a destination. Refer to
the information on “Entering a destination”.
Tap 12 to delete a destination.
Tap 13 to reorder the list.
You can change the section by pressing 15.
Confirm the new route by pressing 16.
Cancel the route
At any given moment, you can stop the
guidance.
Press “Home” > “Route” > “Cancel
Route” to cancel the active route.
There are three options with distance
and time to change route planning
method:
– Fast;
– Economical;
– Short.
Refer to the information on “Route settings” in the section on “Navigation settings”.
Tap “Home” > “Route” > “Route
Alternatives” and then tap 17.
Confrim the new route by pressing 18.
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Itinerary - Normal
Tap 19 to sort the details of the route:
Route settings
– by summary;
This item enables you to choose your
route settings.
It only shows the waypoints (start,
via, destination) and their distance,
remaining time and arrival time.
– by normal;
Options
19
Itinerary
This function makes it possible to view
the route plan.
Several details of the route will appear:
– direction-change arrows;
Refer to the information on “Route settings” in the section entitled “Navigation
settings”.
It shows all the maneuvers and their
signpost information, route numbers,
street name and distance. It also
shows informational and warning entries, such as settlement names the
driver enters, restrictions (access
and maneuver restrictions), ignored
user preferences, etc.
– by road list.
It sections the route to road names
and road numbers. It also shows
their length, average direction and
travel time information. Waypoints
are not shown in this mode.
– road number;
– distance before a fork.
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map settings
Display points of interest
You can select certain points of interest
(visible at 100 m scale) to be displayed
on the map.
1
Map Settings
Navigation
3D
2D
Viewpoint
Low
Normal
Motorway View
Off
On
View Mode
Warnings
Route Settings
Map Settings
Voice Settings
Coordinate
Format
GPS
Destination
Route
POI Markers
Options
2
Tap 2 and then tap 1 to access map
setting menu.
Adjusting view mode
This function allows you to switch the
map view between a 3D perspective
view and a 2D top-down view.
Tap “3D” or “2D”.
3
Adjusting viewpoint
This function allows you to adjust the
basic zoom and tilt levels to your needs.
Three levels are available.
Tap “Low”, “Normal” or “High”.
Motorway View
This function allows you to activate or
deactivate motorway view.
Tap “On” or “Off”.
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High
To access this function directly, Tap 3
to display the points of interest on the
map:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Accommodation;
Airport;
Automotive;
Business;
Cafe or Bar;
etc.
Tap “On” or “Off” to show or hide the
points of interest.
Tap the name of the point of interest to
open the list of its subcategories.
managing the favourites (1/2)
– Address: refer to the information on
“Entering an address” in the section
on “Entering a destination”.
Navigation
Warnings
Voice
Settings
Route
Settings
Coordinate
Format
Destination
Route
Map Settings
GPS
Options
Creating an entry
Tap “Home” > “Destination” to access
the destination menu. You have a
number of methods available to enter
a destination:
– Address: refer to the information on
“Entering an address” in the section
on “Entering a destination”.
– History: refer to the information on
“Select a destination from the previous destinations” in the section entitled “Entering a destination”.
– Find on Map: refer to the information
on “Selecting a destination on the
map” in the section on “Entering a
destination”.
– Coordinate: refer to the information on “Entering the coordinate of
the destination” in the section on
“Entering a destination”.
Add to Favourites
News
Back to Car
Close
In all cases, once the address is confirmed, the system will locate it on the
map. Tap “Options” and then tap “Add
to Favourites” to the destination as favourites.
Before saving favourites, you can
change the name of the favourite by
using keyboard.
– Point of interest: please refer to the
information on “Selecting a point of
interest (POI)” in the section entitled
“Entering a destination”.
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managing the favourites (2/2)
To delete all favourites, tap “Options”
and then tap “Delete All”. Confirm by
pressing “Delete All”.
Sort by Name
Searching the favourite
Sort by Distance
This function allows you to search the
favourite in the list by its saved name.
Show All on Map
Delete All
Close
Sorting the list
The result of saved favourites can be
sorted by name, distance, and shown
all on map. Press “Options”.
Deleting the favourites
Tap the favourite you want to delete.
Tap “Options”, “Delete favourite” and
confirm by pressing “Delete”.
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Tap “Find” and enter the name of the
favourite by using keyboard.
Navigation settings (1/4)
Speed limit always visible
1
Warnings
Navigation
Warnings Route Settings Map Settings
Voice
Settings
Coordinate
Format
Destination
Route
GPS
Off
On
Speed Limit Always
Visible
Off
On
Alert point warnings
Off
On
When the driver passes an alert point,
a warning sign appears on the screen.
This function can be turned on or off in
this menu.
Options
The “Navigation Settings” menu allows
you to change the display of the map or
navigation parameters.
Warnings
Warn When Speeding
You can set speed limits always visible.
This function can be turned on or off in
this menu.
Alert point warnings
This item allows you to set up warnings.
Tap 1 to access menu of warnings.
Warn when speeding
Maps may contain information about
the speed limits of the road segments.
The system is able to warn you if you
exceed the current limit. This information may not be available for your
region or may not be fully correct for all
roads on the map.
The following alert types are available:
– Audio warning: you receive a nonverbal warning when you exceed the
speed limit.
– Visual warning: the current speed
limit is shown on the map when you
exceed it.
Tap “On” or “Off” to turn on or off the
warning.
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Navigation settings (2/4)
2
Navigation
Warnings
Voice
Settings
Route
Planning
Method
Route Settings Map Settings
Coordinate
Format
Destination
Route
GPS
Options
Route settings
This function allows you to set how
routes will be calculated.
Tap 2 to access menu of route setting.
Route planning method
This system will offer 3 main route priority criteria:
– Fast: gives a quick route if you can
travel at or near the speed limit on all
roads;
– Short: gives a short route to minimise the distance to travel;
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Route Settings
Fast
Short Eco
Motorway
Off
On
Period
Charge
Off
On
Per-use Toll Off
On
Options
– Eco: this mode produces a compromise between fast and short routing
modes. If you can save a certain distance by travelling for slightly longer
time in exchange, it will do just that.
The resulting route might be shorter
than the fast variant, but not significantly slower.
Motorway
You might need to avoid motorways
when you are driving a slow car or you
are towing another vehicle.
Period charge
It enables or disables the use of roads
for which a special license has to be
purchased in order to make use of
these roads during a certain period.
Per-use toll
It enables or disables the use of roads
for which toll has to be paid to use only
once a certain part of a road.
Ferries
It enables or disables the usage of all
types of ferries, ships and trains.
Off-road tracks
Authorise or do not authorise the use of
off-road tracks.
Navigation settings (3/4)
Coordinate Format
Navigation
Warnings Route
Settings
Map
Settings
Coordinate
Voice
Format
Settings
Destination Route
GPS
Options
3
Map settings
Data format
Refer to the information in the section
on “Map settings”.
This function allows you to change the
format of coordinate.
Voice settings
Tap 3 to change the format of coordinate.
This function allows you to change the
language of voice guidance.
This system will offer 3 types of format.
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Navigation settings (4/4)
A
GPS Information
Navigation
Available Satellites: 9
Warnings
Route
Settings
Map
Settings
Voice
Coordinate
Settings
Format
Destination Route
GPS
Options
4
GPS
This function allows you to check the
status of GPS satellites.
Tap 4 to see the GPS information
(screen A).
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Accuracy: HIGH GPS UTC time :
17:11:45
PAIRING, UNPAIRING BLUETOOTH® devices (1/2)
Bluetooth® connection
Check that the Bluetooth® connection is “ON”. To do this, Tap “Home” >
“SETTING”, select “Bluetooth”.
Pairing Bluetooth® device
In order to use your hands-free system,
you must pair your Bluetooth® mobile
to your vehicle before using it for the
first time.
Pairing will enable the system to recognise and store a device. You can pair
up to 8 devices, but only one can be
connected at a time to the hands-free
system.
Pairing is carried out directly on your
device.
Your hands-free system is
only intended to facilitate
communication by reducing
the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must
always comply with the laws of the
country in which you are travelling.
Search for Bluetooth peripherals
Press “Search for Bluetooth Device”.
Bluetooth settings
View Bluetooth Device List
Search for Bluetooth Device
External Device Authorization
Change Passkey
Audio
Display Bluetooth System
Your multimedia system and device
must both be switched on.
Note: when pairing, ensure that no
other device already paired is connected to the hands-free system.
Press “Search for Bluetooth Device”
or “External Device Authorization” on
the screen, then press 1 on the phone
screen.
From your device, carry out the procedure in the following order:
– activate the device’s Bluetooth®
connection;
– run a search for nearby Bluetooth®
devices;
– select your device from the list of peripherals located by Media-Nav;
– enter the Bluetooth® code “0000” on
the device keypad.
Note: the Bluetooth® code “0000” is
default. You can change this code by
pressing “Change Passkey” on the
screen.
Note: some devices don’t need to enter
the Bluetooth® code.
The device is automatically stored and
connected to the vehicle. If pairing fails,
repeat these operations.
For more information, refer to your device’s user guide.
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PAIRING, UNPAIRING BLUETOOTH® devices (2/2)
Authorise an external peripheral
– Activate the Bluetooth® de votre
appareil connection,
– On Media-Nav, press “External
Device Authorization”.
– On your device, select “MEDIA-NAV"
(Name of hands-free system) from
the list.
The device is automatically stored and
connected to the vehicle. If pairing fails,
repeat these operations.
For more information, refer to your device’s user guide.
Tap 2. Press the waste-bin icon on the
device name to be removed from the
list. Confirm your choice by selecting
“OK”.
2
Bluetooth settings
You can also delete all device in the list
by pressing “Options”, “Delete all” and
confirm your choice by selecting “OK”.
View Bluetooth Device List
Search for Bluetooth Device
External Device Authorization
Change Passkey
Audio
Display Bluetooth
System
Unpairing Bluetooth® device
Unpairing erases a device from the
hands-free system memory.
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CONNECTING, DISCONNECTING BLUETOOTH® devices
Connecting a Bluetooth®
device
Connection failure
Changing a connected phone
If connection fails, check that:
Your device must be connected to the
hands-free system in order to use all its
functions.
– the device is configured to accept
the system’s connection request;
The multimedia system can store up to
8 Bluetooth® devices.
It is not possible to connect a device to
the hands-free system if it has not first
been paired. Refer to the information on
“Pairing/unpairing Bluetooth® devices”.
Once the system is initiated, the handsfree system will search for the last peripheral connected present in the vicinity (the search may take a minute).
If a call is in progress when the connection is made, it is transferred to the vehicle speakers.
– your device is switched on;
– your device battery is not flat;
– your device has been paired to the
hands-free system;
– the Bluetooth® for your device and
the system are activated.
Note: Using your hands-free system for
prolonged periods of time will discharge
your device’s battery more quickly.
You can connect/disconnect one of the
8 Bluetooth® devices at any time.
Tap “Home” > “SETTING”, select
“Bluetooth”. Tap “View Bluetooth
Device List”.
Tap the device to be connected and
confirm by pressing “OK”
If a call is in progress when the phone is
disconnected, the call will automatically
switch to your phone.
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Phone book
Note: system may ask whether to
transfer phone’s Phone Book into system’s Phone Book in certain phones.
1
Phone book
Calling a number in the
Phone Book
After finding the contact in the Phone
Book you want to call, you can select
the number and make a call.
Search by Name
2
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Phone Book” to access the system’s
Phone Book.
Using your Phone Book
Searching the Phone Book
contact by alphabet
If there are many contacts in the Phone
Book list, it can be useful to display
them in the alphabetical order for easier
searching.
Tap 2 and then enter the name of contact you want to search by using keyboard.
You can use the Phone Book entries
stored on the memory of phone.
After connecting your system and
Bluetooth® phone via Bluetooth® wireless technology, the numbers in your
device Phone Book are automatically
transferred into the system’s Phone
Book.
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It is recommended that you
stop your vehicle before entering a number or searching for a contact.
making a call
Dialling a number from the
call history
1
You can use the calling list stored on
the memory of phone.
Lists of calls
After connecting your unit and
Bluetooth® phone via Bluetooth®
wireless technology, the numbers in
your phone’s All Calls, Outgoing Calls,
Incoming Calls, and Missed Calls list
is transferred automatically into calling
list.
All
5
Dial
4
3
2
Dialling a number from the
phonebook
Refer to the information on “Calling a
number in the phonebook” in the section on “Phonebook”.
Press 1 to scroll through the list, then
“List of calls”.
Tap 5 to access to the list of All Calls.
Tap 4 to access the list of Outgoing
Calls.
Tap 3 to access the list of Incoming
Calls.
Tap 2 to access the list of Missed Calls.
For each list, the contacts are listed
from the most recent to the oldest.
Select a contact to make the call.
7
6
Entering a number
Tap 1 to scroll the list and then tap
“Dial” to make a call entering a number.
Tap the number buttons to make a call
and then tap 7
To correct a number tap 6. Press and
hold 6 to delete all the numbers at once.
It is recommended that you
stop your vehicle before entering a number or searching for a contact.
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receiving a call
Dial
Incoming call
Accept
Refuse
1
2
3
Receiving a call
During a call
When receiving a call, the reception
screen is displayed with any information available on the caller:
During a call you can:
– the name of the contact (if the
number is present in the phonebook
list);
– the caller’s number;
– “Unknown” (if the number cannot be
viewed).
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4
5
– switch the microphone on/off by
pressing 2 or 3;
– hang up by pressing 1;
– hear sound through the phone
speaker by pressing 4;
– hear sound through the vehicle
speaker by pressing 5.
system settings (1/2)
System setting
Language
Display setting
Display
Brightness
Map Mode
System setting
Low AVERAGE HIGH
Auto
Day
Night
Language
Clock/Units
Clock
Factory settings
This function allows you to set the time
format between the “12h” and “24h”.
System Version
Audio
Display Bluetooth System
Audio
Display Bluetooth System
To access the system parameters:
Map mode
– Tap “Home”, “SETTING”;
To improve the visibility of the map
screen between day and night, you can
change the combination of the colours
of the map.
– Auto : the map screen is displayed by
GPS. The switch to daytime or nighttime running lights is automatic, depending on whether the headlights
are on.
– Day : the map screen is always displayed with bright colours.
– Night : the map screen is always displayed using darker colours.
– tap the menu on the bottom of the
screen;
– select an item.
Display setting
Display brightness
You can set the brightness of the
screen.
Set the display brightness to Low,
AVERAGE (Medium) or HIGH.
This function allows you to change the
language used in the system and voice
guidance language.
Note: clock is configured automatically by the GPS and it is not possible
to change it manually. You will need the
maps for the country in which you are
currently located to get local time.
Units
This function allows you to set the unit
of distance displayed on your navigation system. You can change the unit
between the “km” and “mls”.
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system settings (2/2)
Factory Setting
Audio setting
This function allows you to initialize various settings to the default settings.
Please refer to the “Sound settings”
section.
– All: Initializes all the settings to the
default settings.
– Phone: Initializes all the settings related with phone.
– Navigation: Initializes all the settings
related with navigation.
– Audio/Media/Radio: Initializes all the
settings related with Audio/Media/
Radio.
System Version
This function allows you to check the
version of system.
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Bluetooth setting
Refer to the section entitled “Pairing/
unpairing Bluetooth® devices”.
Updating the system (1/4)
Installing the software
Install the Naviextras Toolbox in a few
clicks on your computer. The Toolbox
can be downloaded from:
– https://renault.naviextras.com/
toolbox
– https://dacia.naviextras.com/toolbox
After downloading the install file from
website, simply double-click the file to
start the instrallation.
Follow the instructions shown on the
screen.
By inserting your USB key into a computer that is connected to the internet,
you can:
– update your map content;
– update the system;
– purchase new maps;
– upgrade to premium POI content.
Creating an internet account
To log in, click the “Not logged in” icon
in the toolbar at the top of the page or
click the Login button in the Toolbox
main screen. In case you are not registered on Naviextras.com website, you
can easily do that from Toolbox by clicking on the “Register” button on the login
page.
Latest map guarantee
Once your new vehicle has been delivered, you will have a maximum of
90 days in which to update the map free
of charge. Once this time has elapsed,
you will need to pay for updates.
The screens shown in the user
manual are not contractual.
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Updating the system (2/4)
Registering the system with
the Toolbox
To register your navigation system to
your user profile, first you have to take
an empty USB key to the navigation
system.
Note: to insert the USB key, please
refer to the section on the “The navigation system” in your notice, and specifically the information on “Inserting the
USB memory”.
Connect your USB key to your computer (the computer must already be
connected to the internet). When your
system is successfully connected and
the Toolbox finds it in the list of supported systems, the system (or software) name will appear at the top of the
Toolbox window.
Navigation
Update
Close
Destination
Route
Options
Note: the key USB is not supplied with
the system.
Note: at least a 4GB storage size of
USB key is recommended.
When the USB key is inserted into the
navigation system’s USB socket, you
have to select “NAVI” > “Options” >
“Map update” > “Options” > “Update”
button on the system menu.
This creates a fingerprint of your navigation system to the USB key which is
going to be used by the Toolbox to register your system to your account and
to let the Toolbox determine which updates are available for your system.
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If you have followed the instructions,
and successfully connected your USB
key and then logged in, then your
system is already registered into your
user profile.
Updating the system (3/4)
Downloading updates to the
USB key
If you purchased any free or pay contents, please click on the updates
button in the menu bar on the left side
of Toolbox.
The updates button will open a screen
which shows all available updates, including:
– items that you have purchased but
not yet installed (updates or extras);
By default, all items belonging to all
regions are selected for installation. If
you decide to skip a region for now, uncheck the checkbox at the beginning of
its table row. After reviewing the table,
click Install at the bottom of the screen
to start the installation process.
The Toolbox will start downloading and
installing the selected updates. Please
wait until you receive a message that
the operation is completed.
– free updates and extras that you
added to the installation queue from
the Catalogue;
– system updates (if a newer version
available);
– and special free updates.
The list shows all available updates by
region in a list and on a world map.
The Toolbox warns you if the selected items exceed the maximum
storage of navigation system. In this
case, you can select which items
can be installed or removed in the
system so that it does not exceed
the storage limit.
Even if items are removed in the
system, you still have ownership of
items and can install them later for
free.
Please neither remove the USB
key from the system, nor shut the
system down while update is in
progress.
In certain countries it is illegal to download and activate the speed camera
warnings and this could
lead to prosecution.
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Updating the system (4/4)
Updating the system and
map
A
When the process of downloading is
done, the USB key can be removed
from the computer. Bring it back to the
navigation system and insert the USB
key to the system’s USB socket.
Update Info
Current Software Info
Software Version: 1.0
When the system is turned on, it automatically identifies the available updates on the USB key, and offers to
update the system or map from the updates found on the USB key.
Note: downloading and installing a
system update is only possible if there
is a newer version available.
New Software Info
Software Version: 2.0
Update
2
1
– Screen A is displayed automatically
once the USB key connected.
– Tap 1 to start update.
Tap 2 to go back to previous screen.
The update procedure starts automatically. Do not use any of the system
functions during the update procedure.
When the update is completed, the
navigation system restarts with all new
and up to date functionality.
The system might be restarted automatically during the update process. Please wait to display the radio
screen.
If the update is accidentally interrupted, restart the process from the
beginning.
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Operating faults (1/2)
Description
No image is displayed.
System
Causes
The screen is on standby.
Solutions
Ensure that the screen is not on standby.
No sound can be heard.
The volume is set to minimum or mute.
Increase the volume or deactivate mute.
No sound comes from the left, right, front The balance or fader settings are incor- Adjust the sound balance or fader coror rear speakers.
rect.
rectly.
Navigation
Description
Causes
Solutions
The location of the vehicle on the screen Incorrect positioning of the vehicle Move the vehicle until reception of the
does not correspond to its actual loca- caused by GPS reception.
GPS signal is improved.
tion.
The directions on the screen do not cor- The version of sytem is out of date.
respond to the actual road.
Obtain the latest version of the system.
Certain items on the menu are not avail- Depending on the current command,
able.
some items will be unavailable.
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Operating faults (2/2)
Navigation
Description
Voice guidance is unavailable.
Causes
Solutions
The navigation system does not include Increase the volume.
the intersection.
Ensure voice guidance is activated.
Voice guidance is deactivated.
The directions of the voice guidance do The voice guidance may vary according Drive according to the actual conditions.
not correspond to your exact location.
to the environment.
The suggested route does not start or The destination is not yet recognised by Enter a road near to the required destiend at the required destination.
the system.
nation.
Phone
Description
Causes
Solutions
No sounds or ringtone can be heard.
The mobile phone is not connected to the Ensure that the mobile phone is consystem.
nected to the system.
The volume is set to minimum or mute.
Increase the volume or deactivate mute.
Impossible to make a call.
The mobile phone is not connected to the Ensure that the mobile phone is connected to the system.
system.
Unlock the phone keypad.
The phone keypad has been locked.
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Alphabetical index (1/2)
A
address book.........................................GB.28, GB.37 – GB.38
answering a call............................................................... GB.48
ARTIST............................................................................ GB.18
AUX................................................................. GB.17 → GB.19
auxiliary source............................................... GB.17 → GB.19
B
BALANCE........................................................................ GB.20
BASS............................................................................... GB.20
Bluetooth connection....................................................... GB.45
Bluetooth®.............................................GB.43, GB.45 – GB.46
Bluetooth® portable audio player
pairing........................................................................ GB.18
unpairing.................................................................... GB.18
C
call................................................................................... GB.47
call volume...................................................................... GB.13
clock................................................................................ GB.49
display........................................................................ GB.49
confirm a destination.........................................GB.29 – GB.30
connect a telephone........................................................ GB.45
contacts list...................................................................... GB.46
D
destination.............................GB.25 → GB.30, GB.37 – GB.38
detailed route................................................... GB.31 → GB.35
detour.............................................................. GB.31 → GB.35
dialling............................................................................. GB.47
dialling a number............................................................. GB.46
E
entering an address......................................................... GB.25
F
FADER............................................................................ GB.20
fast winding..................................................................... GB.17
favourite number............................................................. GB.46
FM/LW/MW bandwidths................................... GB.14 → GB.16
G
GPS
receiver..........................................................GB.21, GB.42
reception.................................................................... GB.21
guidance
activation.................................................................... GB.31
cancellation................................................................ GB.35
map............................................................ GB.31 → GB.36
voice.......................................................... GB.31 → GB.35
J
Jack socket...................................................................... GB.19
L
LIST mode....................................................................... GB.14
M
MANU mode.................................................................... GB.14
map
digitised map.............................................................. GB.21
display............................................................GB.22, GB.36
scale.......................................................................... GB.22
settings..........................................................GB.36, GB.39
map navigation................................................................ GB.36
mute................................................................................ GB.13
O
operating faults..................................................GB.55 – GB.56
operation......................................................................... GB.10
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Alphabetical index (2/2)
P
pairing a telephone.......................................................... GB.43
POI........................................................GB.26 – GB.27, GB.36
point of interest......................................GB.26 – GB.27, GB.36
PRESET mode................................................ GB.14 → GB.16
R
range of wavelengths...................................... GB.14 → GB.16
RDS.......................................................................GB.5, GB.16
receiving a call................................................................. GB.48
S
screen
monitor....................................................................... GB.10
navigation display .................................... GB.31 → GB.35
navigation screen....................................... GB.31 → GB.36
settings...................................................................... GB.36
setting.............................................................................. GB.20
settings..................................GB.40 → GB.42, GB.49 – GB.50
audio.......................................................................... GB.20
balance...................................................................... GB.20
brightness.................................................................. GB.49
fader........................................................................... GB.20
navigation.................................................. GB.40 → GB.42
storing a radio station...................................... GB.14 → GB.16
switching off..................................................................... GB.10
system
update........................................................ GB.51 → GB.54
T
3D/2D mode.................................................................... GB.31
treble............................................................................... GB.20
U
unpairing a telephone...................................................... GB.44
USB................................................................. GB.51 → GB.54
GB.58
USB key.......................................................... GB.51 → GB.54
USB socket.......................................... GB.18, GB.51 → GB.54
V
volume............................................................................. GB.13
volume: adapted to speed............................................... GB.13
W
WMA................................................................................ GB.17

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