EZY-Series
MY-Series
₂₅₅LMT/
₆₀₀LMT
EZY
MY
User Manual
Table of contents
Important safety information.............................................................................. 5
Precautions...................................................................................................... 5
Declaration of conformity............................................................................ 7
WEEE........................................................................................................ 7
Bluetooth................................................................................................ 7
Getting to know your Navman............................................................................. 8
Mounting your Navman in a vehicle.................................................................... 9
Enabling traffic (TMC) reception.................................................................. 9
Turning your Navman ON and OFF.................................................................... 10
Resetting your Navman............................................................................... 10
How do I connect my Navman to my computer?.............................................11
Inserting a memory card...................................................................................... 12
Main Menu............................................................................................................. 13
Navigating through the menu screens...................................................... 15
Using the Keyboard screen.................................................................................. 16
How do I go from A-B?..........................................................................................17
How do I use the FIND wizard?...................................................................17
How do I plan my first trip?........................................................................ 18
How do I preview the destination on map?.............................................. 19
How do I preview a route?..........................................................................20
Changing the navigation mode..................................................................20
Large Vehicle and Professional Truck modes...................................20
Pedestrian mode.................................................................................. 21
How do I view my route?.....................................................................................22
How do I select the route type?.................................................................22
The driving map............................................................................................22
How do I change the route configuration?.......................................23
How do I view my route statistics?...........................................................24
How do I adjust the volume?......................................................................24
How do I zoom in/out the map?................................................................. 25
How do I view the traffic status on my route?......................................... 25
Advanced routing functions........................................................................ 25
Smart Routes........................................................................................ 25
My Drive................................................................................................26
Parking assistant..................................................................................26
How do I create a trip with multiple stops?..................................................... 27
How do I edit the waypoints in the trip?...................................................28
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How do I skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip?................................28
How do I capture a location or a journey?........................................................29
How do I capture the GPS co-ordinates of my location?.......................29
How do I capture a journey?.......................................................................29
How do I navigate to a location I have captured?...................................30
How do I navigate to the saved car location?..........................................30
How do I view a journey I have captured?................................................30
MY PLACES............................................................................................................ 31
How do I save a location as My Place or Home?..................................... 31
How do I navigate to a location I have saved?......................................... 31
How do I navigate to Home?...................................................................... 32
How do I navigate to a recent place?........................................................ 32
How do I edit a saved location in My Places?.......................................... 32
How do I navigate to a NavPix™?..........................................................33
How do I navigate to a NavPix™?..................................................33
How do I edit the NavPix™?...........................................................34
How do I search for a POI?..................................................................................35
How do I find the nearest POIs using NEAR ME?....................................35
How do I find the POIs using EXPLORE?...................................................36
How do I set my POI preferences?.............................................................38
How do I find the nearest POIs using the POI category buttons?........39
How do I search for a POI by type?...........................................................40
How do I search for a POI by Smart Find Keyword?............................... 41
How do I receive current traffic information via TMC?...................................42
How will I know when a traffic event occurs?.........................................42
Traffic overview screen................................................................................43
How do I view a list of all events on my route?.......................................43
How do I view the traffic details?..............................................................44
How do I know if a detour is recommended?..................................45
How do I avoid an event on my route?.............................................45
Traffic messages...........................................................................................45
Detour Not Available messages........................................................45
Detour recommended messages.......................................................45
Traffic preferences........................................................................................46
TMC Service..........................................................................................46
Accept recommended detours automatically.................................46
Traffic event notification....................................................................46
What is Travel Book?............................................................................................47
How do I search for a POI using Travel Book?..........................................47
How do I make a hands-free call?......................................................................48
How do I pair my Navman with a Bluetooth device?..............................48
How do I configure the Internet settings?.......................................49
How do I add contacts to my Navman?....................................................50
How do I make a phone call?......................................................................50
Making a call using the keypad..........................................................50
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Making a call from the phonebook....................................................50
How do I respond to a phone call?............................................................. 51
In-call options............................................................................................... 51
How do I view my call history?.................................................................. 51
How do I control my Navman using Voice Command?................................... 52
Customising the system settings.......................................................................53
Audio..............................................................................................................53
Screen.............................................................................................................54
Safety............................................................................................................. 55
Route options................................................................................................56
Language........................................................................................................59
Answer calls by voice...................................................................................59
Units...............................................................................................................60
Time Zone......................................................................................................60
Device............................................................................................................. 61
Demo..............................................................................................................62
Help................................................................................................................63
What is NavDesk?................................................................................................64
Can I use NavDesk with my computer?....................................................64
How do I install NavDesk onto my computer?........................................64
NavDesk Menu..............................................................................................65
My Subscriptions..........................................................................................66
How do I purchase a subscription?....................................................66
How do I update subscriptions on my Navman?............................. 67
How do I recover my subscription?................................................... 67
My Maps......................................................................................................... 67
How do I install maps onto my Navman?........................................68
How do I remove maps from my Navman?......................................69
Voice Command............................................................................................ 70
Custom POIs..................................................................................................71
How do I install custom POIs?............................................................71
How do I delete a custom POI file/category from my Navman?. 73
Photo Album................................................................................................. 73
What else can I do with pictures and albums on my computer?.. 74
Photo Album preferences................................................................... 75
Image Search................................................................................................. 76
How do I search for a NavPix™ on the Internet?......................... 76
How do I import NavPix™ to My Places?..................................... 77
Application Gallery...................................................................................... 77
How do I rearrange Main Menu items on my Navman?................. 77
How do I remove a Main Menu item from my Navman?............... 77
How do I add a Main Menu item to my Navman?........................... 78
How do I reset the Main Menu screen?............................................. 78
Unlock Features............................................................................................ 78
My Places....................................................................................................... 79
How do I sort My Place locations?.................................................... 79
How do I import or export a location?.............................................. 79
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How do I edit a location from the map screen?...............................80
Trip Planner................................................................................................... 81
How do I pre-plan a route by search?............................................... 81
How do I pre-plan a route using the map?.......................................82
How do I edit a route?.........................................................................82
MY Navman...................................................................................................83
How do I change the displayed language for NavDesk?................83
How do I install or remove a voice file for my Navman?...............83
How do I register my Navman and set a PIN?.................................83
How do I report mileage?...................................................................84
How do I backup and restore my Navman?.....................................85
How do I recover maps and voice files for my Navman?...............85
How do I update my Navman?..........................................................85
How do I recover keys on my Navman?...........................................86
How do I configure NavDesk?............................................................86
Reference...............................................................................................................88
What is GPS?.................................................................................................88
How does my Navman receive GPS signals?............................................88
Caring for your Navman..............................................................................88
Troubleshooting............................................................................................89
For more information...........................................................................................90
Online support..............................................................................................90
Navman Customer Support........................................................................90
Speed Limit....................................................................................................90
Safety Camera POIs.....................................................................................90
POI categories............................................................................................... 91
Branded POIs................................................................................................92
POI categories by subscription..........................................................92
My Places categories...........................................................................93
Traffic and other TMC events.............................................................93
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Important safety information
ƒƒ Removing original equipment, adding accessories or modifying your vehicle could
affect the vehicle’s safety or make it illegal to operate in some jurisdictions.
ƒƒ Follow all product instructions and all instructions in your vehicle owner’s manual
regarding accessories or modifications.
ƒƒ Consult your country’s and/or state’s laws regarding operation of a vehicle with any
accessories or modifications.
ƒƒ It is your sole responsibility to place, secure and use your Navman in a manner that
will not cause accidents, personal injury or property damage. Always observe safe
driving practices.
ƒƒ Do not mount your Navman in a way that may interfere with the safe operation of the
vehicle, the deployment of air bags or other safety equipment.
ƒƒ Do not operate your Navman while driving.
ƒƒ Before you use your Navman for the first time, familiarize yourself with your device
and its operation.
ƒƒ On main roads, the distance to an exit calculated by your Navman may be further
than the distance shown on road signs. Road signs show the distance to the start of
an exit while your Navman shows the distance to the next intersection, i.e., the end of
the exit ramp or road. To prepare to exit a road, always follow distance information on
road signs.
ƒƒ The use of information regarding safety or speed camera locations may be subject to
local laws in the country of use. You are responsible for checking that you can legally
use the information in your country or in the country where the information will be
used.
ƒƒ Do not handle your Navman while it is hot. Let the product cool, out of direct sunlight.
Precautions
Failure to adhere to these warnings and cautions may lead to death, serious injury or
property damage. Navman disclaims all liability for installation or use of your Navman
that causes or contributes to death, injury or property damage or that violates any law.
About charging
ƒƒ Use only the charger supplied with your device. Use of another type of charger will
result in malfunction and/or danger.
ƒƒ This product is intended to be supplied by a LISTED Power Unit marked with “LPS,”
“Limited Power Source” and output rated + 5 V dc / 1.0 A.
ƒƒ Use a specified battery in the equipment.
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About the charger
ƒƒ Do not use the charger in a high moisture environment. Never touch the charger when
your hands or feet are wet.
ƒƒ Allow adequate ventilation around the charger when using it to operate the device
or charge the battery. Do not cover the charger with paper or other objects that will
reduce cooling. Do not use the charger while it is inside a carrying case.
ƒƒ Connect the charger to a proper power source. The voltage requirements are found on
the product case and/or packaging.
ƒƒ Do not use the charger if the cord becomes damaged.
ƒƒ Do not attempt to service the unit. There are no serviceable parts inside. Replace the
unit if it is damaged or exposed to excess moisture.
About the battery
ƒƒ Use a specified battery in the equipment.
ƒƒ CAUTION: The battery can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. To reduce
the risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble, crush, puncture, or dispose of in fire or
water.
ƒƒ Important instructions (for service personnel only)
ƒƒ Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of
used batteries according to the instructions.
ƒƒ Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
ƒƒ The battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
ƒƒ Use the battery only in the specified equipment.
ƒƒ Only use the correct home charger (may be sold separately) or in-car charger supplied
by Navman to charge your Navman internal battery.
ƒƒ Only use your Navman internal battery with your Navman unit.
ƒƒ The Navman battery will stop charging when the ambient temperature is less than 0°C
(32°F) or more than 40°C (104°F).
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Declaration of conformity
Note: For regulatory identification purposes: EZY255LMT/MY600LMT is assigned a model name of
N393-5000.
Marking labels located on the exterior of your Navman indicate the regulations that
your model complies with. Please check the marking labels on your Navman and
refer to the corresponding statements in this chapter. Some notices apply to specific
models only.
The user needs to switch off the Navman when exposed to areas with potentially
explosive atmospheres such as petrol stations, chemical storage depots and blasting
operations.
WEEE
This product must not be disposed of as normal household waste, in accordance with the
EU directive for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE - 2002/96/EC). Instead,
it should be disposed of by returning it to the point of sale, or to a municipal recycling
collection point.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth QD ID B018983
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Getting to know your Navman
Name
Description
 Power button
Turns your Navman on and off.
 Reset button
Restarts your Navman.
 Speaker
Sends out sounds and voice.
 Charge indicator
Indicates the level of battery charge:
Green - battery full
Amber - battery charging
 Touch screen
Displays the output of your Navman. Tap the screen with your
fingertip to select menu commands or enter information.
❻ Microphone
Receives sound and voice.
❼ Memory card slot
Accepts a MicroSD card for accessing data such as maps.
 Mini-USB connector Connects to the charger or USB cable.
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Mounting your Navman in a vehicle
CAUTION:
• Never mount your Navman where the driver’s field of vision is blocked.
• If the windscreen is tinted with a reflective coating, it may be athermic and impact the GPS
reception. In this instance, please mount your Navman where there is a “clear area” - usually
just beneath the rear-view mirror.
• To protect your Navman against sudden surges in current, connect the in-car charger only
after the car engine has been started.
Enabling traffic (TMC) reception
Note: Traffic information is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Your Navman has a built-in TMC receiver. You can receive live traffic information* via the
in-car charger which is used as an antenna.
Note: Please note that you will not be able to receive the traffic information while using the thirdparty accessory (such as your own car charger).
For information on using traffic information on your Navman, refer to the "How do I
receive current traffic information via TMC?" section.
* Subscription may be required. Visit www.Navman.com for more details.
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Turning your Navman ON and OFF
ƒƒ For the initial start-up, press and hold the power button for 2
seconds to turn on your Navman.
Follow the prompts. The Main Menu will display.
ƒƒ To put your Navman in a suspended state, briefly press the power
button, then tap Sleep.
When you next turn it on, your Navman will return to the last
screen that you used.
ƒƒ To lock the screen, briefly press the power button, then tap Lock.
To unlock the screen, briefly press the power button, then tap
Unlock.
ƒƒ To turn off your Navman, press and hold the power button for 5
seconds.
Resetting your Navman
Occasionally, you may need to perform a hardware reset when your Navman stops
responding, or appears to be “frozen” or “locked-up.”
Insert a small rod, such as a straightened paperclip, into the reset button of your Navman.
Your Navman will restart automatically.
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How do I connect my Navman to my
computer?
CAUTION: For optimal performance of the lithium battery:
• Do not charge the battery where the temperature is high (e.g. in direct sunlight).
• There is no need to fully discharge the battery before charging. You can charge the battery
before it is discharged.
• When storing the product for a long period of time, be sure to fully charge the battery at least
once every two weeks. Over discharge of the battery can affect the charging performance.
• Failure to follow the battery usage instructions could cause damage to your device, battery
and even bodily injury or property damage and will void any warranty.
1. Turn on your computer.
2. Plug the large end of the USB cable directly into a USB port on your computer (not a
USB hub) and plug the small end into the mini-USB connector on your Navman.
3. When your Navman is turned on and connected to the computer, you can select the
desired connection type from the pop-up message screen:
ƒƒ Charge only: You will be able to continue using your Navman with the battery in
charging mode via the computer.
ƒƒ Computer: Your Navman will be recognised as an external mass-storage device
named by the model name. A USB connection screen will appear to prevent you
from using your Navman.
Note: DO NOT delete any files that are pre-installed on the device. Deleting the files can
cause the device to crash. Navman is not responsible for product quality caused by file
deletion.
Before disconnecting your Navman from the computer, it is recommended to
safely remove the USB drive from the system. This prevents data loss on the device.
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Navigating on the screen
To operate your Navman, touch the screen with your fingertip. You can perform the
following actions:
ƒƒ Tap
Press and release an item displayed on the touch screen.
ƒƒ Select
Tap an item on a list or tap a command from a menu.
Inserting a memory card
CAUTION: Do not apply pressure to the centre of the memory card.
Hold the card (MicroSD) by the edges and gently insert it into the slot as shown below.
To remove a card, gently push the top edge of the card inwards to release it, and pull it
out of the slot. Inserting the card in the reverse direction may cause damage.
Note: Navman does not guarantee the product’s compatibilities with MicroSD cards from all
manufacturers.
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Main Menu
The Main Menu is your starting point for searching for a destination. The Main Menu also
allows you to customise your Navman, view saved locations as My Place/Home, and
search for POIs nearby, and so on.
EZ series Tap
MY series
to show the next page of Main Menu.
Note: Main Menu screen options and the order of the options may differ from the above, depending
on your region, maps installed or Navman model.
Icon
Description
Search for places, areas and streets to help plan your route.
Display the Map screen.
Access your saved locations.
Explore the area around your current position or destination.
Receive live traffic information on your route and set traffic preferences.
Configure your Navman to enhance your navigation experience.
Search for POIs nearby.
Control your Navman by voice, allowing you to search for an address/place/POI
easily.
Add or begin a planned trip with multiple waypoints.
Use your Navman as a hands-free car kit.
Display the calculated route in simulation mode.
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Icon
Description
Record GPS co-ordinates of a location or a journey.
Select your navigation mode: Car, Large Vehicle*, Professional Truck*, or Pedestrian.
* For selected models.
Search for information and POIs for the city you are visiting.
Get help with just a phone call when your car breaks down on the road.
Set or navigate to your home address.
Search for the nearest petrol stations.
Search for the nearest emergency services, including hospitals and police stations.
Search for the nearest restaurants, cafes, fast-food premises and other dining
establishments.
Search for the nearest cafes.
Search for the nearest hotels/motels.
Search for the nearest parking places.
Search for the nearest banks and ATMs.
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Navigating through the menu screens
The system provides the BACK button (
) and MAIN MENU button (
) in the title
bar of the menu screen which allow you to navigate through the menu screens easily. You
can:
ƒƒ Return to the previous screen by tapping the BACK button.
ƒƒ Return to the Main Menu by tapping the MAIN MENU button.
Note: In some menu screens, the MAIN MENU button will not appear in the title bar. In this
instance, you may have to tap the BACK button twice.
In some menu screens (such as the map Overview screen), the system provides the tab
buttons in the title bar that allow you to enter the additional page in the menu screen.
Simply tap the desired tab to change the view. The selected tab will be highlighted as a
darker-colour tab.
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Using the Keyboard screen
The Keyboard screen will display when you are required to enter text, such as when
searching for a street name.
The Keyboard screen can display with various layouts depending on the information you
need to enter, including alphabets, numbers, alternate characters and combinations of
these.

ƒƒ To select a character, tap the character.
ƒƒ To delete a character, tap
ƒƒ To enter numbers, tap
. Tap and hold
to delete the entire text.
.
ƒƒ To set the keyboard preference from the Keyboard screen, tap
preferred keyboard type from the list.
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. Select the
How do I go from A-B?
CAUTION: For your safety, enter destination information before you start a journey. Do not
enter a destination while driving.
How do I use the FIND wizard?
Your Navman is equipped with maps that provide street-level details for door-to-door
navigation, including POIs such as accommodation, parking areas, petrol stations, railway
stations and airports. The FIND wizard allows you to search the location easily.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
to display the FIND screen.
EZ series
MY series
Note: FIND screen display and the order of the options may differ from the below, depending
on your region, maps installed or model of Navman.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
search all information on the device - city, streets, named sites, features,
landmarks or venues,
tap
.
search for an address,
tap
.
search for a city/area,
tap
.
search for a location from the Map screen (EZY series only),
tap
.
search for a location using a GPS coordinate (MY series only),
tap
.
search a location by postcode,
tap
.
search for a street intersection (MY series only),
tap
.
search for a POI,
tap
.
navigate to a recently visited location (MY series only),
tap
.
Note: For further instructions on searching for a POI, refer to the “How do I search for a POI?”
section.
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How do I plan my first trip?
Note: Menu displays may vary, depending on your Navman model.
Using your Navman to plan your first trip is easy. There are several ways to select your
destination. The following steps will show you how to plan your route by searching the
address.





Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
.
save the location as Home,
tap

explore the map,
tap
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.
.
. Then tap
.
How do I preview the destination on map?
After searching an address (or a POI), you can preview the destination on map to explore
the area near the location.
1. On the Destination screen, tap the
button to display the destination preview map.
EZ series
MY series
2. On the destination preview map, you can:
ƒƒ Tap the
/
button to zoom in/out the map.
ƒƒ View the information of your destination that is shown at the top of the Map
screen.
ƒƒ Tap on a street/area/POI to display the related information of the location near
your destination.
ƒƒ Tap the grey arrow icon (
) to return to your current position on the map.
ƒƒ Drag and then tap on the map to select other destinations. The information of the
selected street/area/POI near your destination will be displayed. Tapping the check
mark will bring up the Destination screen of the selected location.

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How do I preview a route?
Note: Route simulation is not available on all models.
Depending on your Navman model, you may be able to plan a route in simulation mode
that allows you to:
ƒƒ preview a route.
ƒƒ plan and view a route without a GPS fix, such as when you are inside a building.
The following steps will show you how to preview a route.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Select a departure point through the Leaving from screen, and tap
.
Note: If you have a GPS fix, you can simply select the Here button (
) so that you do not
need to select a departure point. Otherwise, use the FIND address wizard, Explore map, My
Places/Recent places menu or Home to set the departure point if you want the demonstrated
route to start elsewhere.
3. Select a destination point through the Going to screen.
4. When done, tap
.
5. The Map screen will display the calculated route in route simulation mode. Select a
route type and tap , and the route demonstration will start automatically.
Note: The simulated route will be displayed as orange colour.
Changing the navigation mode
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
Large Vehicle and Professional Truck modes
The Large Vehicle and Professional Truck modes are specifically designed for large vehicles.
With the input of your vehicle or trailer details, the mode enables to calculate safer and
more efficient routes to avoid the length/width/height/weight restricted tunnels and
bridges, as well as sharp turns and narrow country lanes.
Note: Do not rely solely on this product and its features. Using this product does not change the
requirement for a driver to take full responsibility for his behaviour. This responsibility includes
observing all traffic rules and regulations in order to avoid accidents, personal injuries or property
damages.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
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.
2. Select your large vehicle type.
ƒƒ If your vehicle is up to 9 tonnes, select Large Vehicle.
ƒƒ If your vehicle is up to 65 tonnes, select Professional Truck.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
set the details for your truck,
enter the following data of the truck:
ƒƒ total truck weight
ƒƒ total truck length
ƒƒ maximum truck width
ƒƒ maximum axle weight
ƒƒ maximum truck height
Note: You must complete the details of the truck
settings before you can use the Large Vehicle/
Professional Truck mode to plan your route.
drive the road train type vehicles in the
Professional Truck mode,
tap B-Double to turn it on.
limit the route planning while shipping
hazardous materials in the truck in the
Professional Truck mode,
tap Hazmat (Hazardous Materials) and then
select the correct option from the list.
enable/disable the speed limit alerts,
tap Speed limit display / Speed limit alerts to
turn it on or off.
Note: By default, the speed limit alert is set to
110km/h.
Note: In the Large Vehicle/Professional Truck mode, your current position will be displayed with the
icon.
Pedestrian mode
The Pedestrian mode allows you to navigate to your destination using roads and paths
appropriate for a pedestrian, including roads where driving may be prohibited (such as the
pedestrian zones).
In Pedestrian mode, you will not be routed onto motorways and their associated on/
off ramps (slip roads). If your destination is more than 10 kilometres (6.3 miles) away, a
warning message is displayed indicating that the route is a long way to walk.
To change to Pedestrian mode:
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap Pedestrian.
Note: In Pedestrian mode, your current position will be displayed with the
icon.
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How do I view my route?
How do I select the route type?
Depending on your Navman model, the Select Route Type screen will be displayed when
you tap
from the Destination screen. All of the four route types (Fastest, Economical,
Easiest, and Shortest) will be calculated.
Select your preferred route and tap
to start navigating.
Note: For more information on setting the preferred route type, refer to the "Route options" section
in “Customising the system settings.”
The driving map
When you select a route type and tap , the driving map screen will display. You will be
directed to your destination by spoken and visual instructions.
Item
 Direction and distance of
next turn
Description
The direction and distance to your next turn.
Tap
to repeat the vocal instruction.
 Current route
Your current route is highlighted.
 Current position
Your current position is marked with
 Address bar
The current address will be displayed in the text box at the
bottom of the screen.
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,
or
.

Item
Description
Distance and time
information
Tap to expand and select the following options:
ƒƒ DTG (Distance to Go)
ƒƒ TTG (Time to Go)
ƒƒ km/h or mph (speed) and compass heading
ƒƒ ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)
ƒƒ Time
Note: Depending on your driving route, you may see some icons that provide different information
on your Map screen. Please note that these icons will not be always displayed during your journeys.
For example: the Speed Limit icon (
) on the Map screen. The Speed Limit icon shows the speed
limit of the current road. If greyed out, you are below this speed limit. When over set limit, you will
be warned with an audible and visual warning.
How do I change the route configuration?
Tap anywhere on the Map screen to bring up the Map options screen, which allows you to
change the route-related configuration.
For more information on changing the route configuration, refer to the following sections.
Note: Map options screen display and the order of the items may vary, depending on your region,
maps installed or Navman model.
EZ series
MY series
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How do I view my route statistics?
1. From the Map options screen, tap
.
2. Tap the tabs in the title bar to view the additional information in the different screens.
3. Your Navman provides information on your:
ƒƒ
ƒƒ
ƒƒ
ƒƒ
time to destination
distance to go
estimated time of arrival
distance travelled
ƒƒ
ƒƒ
ƒƒ
ƒƒ
time taken for trip
stationary time
TTD/DTG/ETA for the journey*
traffic delay*
* Depending on the route calculated, you may see more information on the screen such as the
estimated time/distance to the next stop when your trip contains multiple waypoints and the traffic
delay information if a traffic event occurs in your trip.
How do I adjust the volume?
1. From the Map options screen, tap
.
2. The volume buttons will be displayed on the Map screen in translucent mode.
Note: The volume buttons will automatically disappear after the map is idled for 5 seconds.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
increase/decrease the volume,
tap
/
.
The volume bar indicates the current volume
level.
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If you want to…
Then…
mute/unmute,
tap
.
The speaker icon indicates the status:
: muted
: unmuted
How do I zoom in/out the map?
1. From the Map options screen, tap
.
2. The zoom buttons will be displayed on the Map screen in translucent mode.
Note: The zoom buttons will automatically disappear after the map is idled for 5 seconds.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
zoom in the map,
tap and hold
.
zoom out the map,
tap and hold
.
How do I view the traffic status on my route?
Note: Traffic information is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Depending on your Navman model, you can view the traffic status by:
ƒƒ EZY series: tapping
ƒƒ MY series: tapping
from the Map options screen.
on the Main Menu.
For more information, refer to the “How do I receive current traffic information via TMC?”
section.
Advanced routing functions
Smart Routes
Your Navman features Smart Routes, which intelligently anticipates congested roads
at peak times so that they can be avoided. Smart Routes does this by using historical,
anomalised data from millions of fellow drivers. Since Smart Routes helps you
automatically avoid predicted heavy congestion, you will be able to save time and money
during your journeys.
Note: Smart Routes is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
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My Drive
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
With My Drive technology, your Navman includes an intelligent capability that learns and
adapts to your personal driving style. Over time, your Navman learns your preference for
road types and driving speeds, turns and more. Your Navman will save the information
and provide a more personalised route and accurate time of arrival the next time you plan
a trip.
Note: For more information about Smart Routes and My Drive settings, refer to the "Route options"
section in “Customising the system settings.”
Back-On-Track™ automatic rerouting
You will be redirected if you make a wrong turn. A message informing you that your route
is being recalculated will display at the top of the screen.
To cancel a route recalculation, tap
from the Map options screen. A warning will
display asking you to confirm the cancellation. If confirmed, both the recalculation and
your current route will be cancelled.
Parking assistant
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
You will be reminded of the parking information when you are arriving at the destination
(within 1 km) of the route. Simply tap the
icon on the Map screen to show the nearby
parking lots that are sorted by distance.
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How do I create a trip with multiple
stops?
Note: TRIP PLANNER is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Depending on your Navman model, you may be able to set multiple stops or waypoints
for your trip. Your route will be calculated to go via each of these points in the specified
order.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap Create New Trip.
3. Tap Add. Use the FIND address wizard, Explore map, My Places/Recent Locations
menu or Here/Return to start to set the waypoint.
4. When your search is done, tap
.

5. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
add another waypoint,
tap Add.
Note: Waypoints added after a multi-stop trip has
commenced will not be included in the current
route.
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If you want to…
Then…
navigate to your selected destination,
tap
edit the trip,
tap Edit, then you can:
.
ƒƒ optimise your trip by selecting Optimise.
ƒƒ change the trip title by selecting Rename.
ƒƒ delete the planned trip by selecting Delete.
Note: The Optimise function does not take all the factors into account. Your waypoints might be
reordered to reduce your estimated travel distance. Be sure to confirm the trip on the map and
make adjustments as appropriate, particularly if your trip returns to the start location.
How do I edit the waypoints in the trip?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap the trip to edit.
3. Tap the desired waypoint in the trip.

4. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
delete a waypoint,
tap Delete, then select OK.
change the order of the waypoint,
tap
or
.
How do I skip a waypoint during a multi-stop trip?
1. Tap anywhere on the Map screen to bring up the Map options screen.
2. Tap
, then select Yes. The next waypoint will be skipped and the route recalculated
to the following waypoint.
Note: You can also add waypoints during the trip by selecting
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from the Map options screen.
How do I capture a location or a journey?
Note: The capture functionality is not available on all models.
Your Navman may have a capture feature which allows you to record GPS co-ordinates of
a location and capture a journey, and save them so you can navigate back at a later time.
How do I capture the GPS co-ordinates of my
location?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap Save, or wait for 5 seconds. You will hear a shutter sound to indicate that the GPS
co-ordinates have been saved. The location is saved in My Places.
Note: Tapping Save as Car will save the current car location in My Places.
How do I capture a journey?
To enable capturing of journeys, you must first enable Capture Journey from the Main
Menu: tap
 Route options. For more information, refer to the “Customising the
system settings” section.
1. At the beginning of the journey you would like to record, tap Clear. All travel that
you have made (i) since midnight, (ii) the previous time you tapped Clear, or (iii) last
captured a journey, will be deleted.
2. Travel on your journey. Your Navman will keep a record of where you travel.
3. At the end of your journey, tap
4. On the Capture screen, tap
on the Main Menu.
.
5. Tap Save, then Yes. The journey is saved in My Places.
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How do I navigate to a location I have captured?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap the captured destination you want to travel to (
3. Tap
).
. Your Navman will calculate a route from your current location.
How do I navigate to the saved car location?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap Find My Car.
3. Tap
. Your Navman will calculate a route from your current location.
How do I view a journey I have captured?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap the captured journey you want to view (
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).
MY PLACES
MY PLACES has all your saved locations.
How do I save a location as My Place or Home?
1. Search for an address until the Preview screen is displayed.
2. Tap
. The location will be added to My Places.
3. To save the location as Home, tap

. The location will be set as Home.

How do I navigate to a location I have saved?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap the Sort by button to change the sorting order of the items:
: by time
: by name
: by type
3. Tap the favourite destination you want to travel to.
4. Tap
. Your Navman will calculate a route from your current location.
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How do I navigate to Home?
If you have not set an address as Home, the first time you try to navigate to Home you
will be prompted to search for an address using the address-entry wizard.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap
.
3. Tap
. Your Navman will calculate a route from your current location.
Once your home has been set on your Navman, simply tap
will be directed to Home.
on the Main Menu and you
How do I navigate to a recent place?
To make navigating to a location easier, your Navman will automatically save all your
start locations and destinations in a list of recent places.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
2. Tap
.
.
3. Tap a recent place.
4. Tap
. Your Navman will calculate a route from your current location.
Note: You can also tap
on the Main Menu and tap
to display a list of recent locations.
How do I edit a saved location in My Places?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Select a location to edit.
3. Tap
.
4. Complete the following:
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If you want to…
Then…
save the location as Home,
tap
.
rename the location,
tap
. After you have edited the name, tap OK.
delete the location,
tap
.
How do I navigate to a NavPix™?
Note: NavPix™ is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
NavPix™ is an image or picture, normally of a location, which contains embedded GPS
co-ordinates that you can navigate to.
To navigate to a NavPix™ location, either a GPS fix must have been available when the
NavPix™ was taken, or GPS co-ordinates have been added using NavDesk.
How do I navigate to a NavPix™?
Note: For more information about importing the NavPix™ to your Navman, refer to the "Photo
Album" section in “What is NavDesk?”
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Tap NavPix.
3. From the list select the album (
displays them as thumbnails.
) you want. The album contains your pictures and

Item
Description

Tap to return to the previous screen.
 Album title
Title of the album.

Indicates that the picture is a NavPix™ with
embedded GPS co-ordinates.
 Thumbnail
 Slide show
A thumbnail of a NavPix™ contained in the album.
Displays all images in the album as a full screen
slideshow.
4. Tap the desired thumbnail to open the NavPix™ in full screen.
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Item
Description
Tap to return to the previous screen.


/
Tap to display the previous/next NavPix™.

/
Tap to start/stop slideshow.

Tap to display the NavPix™ Details screen.

Tap to calculate the route, open the Map screen and start navigating.
How do I edit the NavPix™?
1. From the Album screen, tap the desired thumbnail to open the NavPix™ in full
screen.
2. Tap
.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
.
edit the NavPix™,
tap
.
ƒƒ To save the location as Home, tap
.
ƒƒ To rename the title of the NavPix™, tap
.
ƒƒ To delete the NavPix™, tap
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.
If you want to…
Then…
explore the map,
tap
.
How do I search for a POI?
A POI (Point of Interest) is a named site, feature, landmark or public venue which can be
displayed as an icon on the map. POIs are grouped by category, such as petrol stations,
parks, beaches and museums.
Your Navman provides several ways to search for the nearby POIs. Depending on your
Navman model, you can search for the nearest POIs by using:
ƒƒ NEAR ME
ƒƒ EXPLORE
ƒƒ the POI category buttons on the Main Menu
How do I find the nearest POIs using NEAR ME?
Note: NEAR ME is not available on all models.
NEAR ME services allow you to quickly search the local area for common types of
important POIs.
Search for the nearest restaurants, cafes, fast-food premises and other dining
establishments.
Search for the nearest petrol stations.
Search for the nearest parking places.
Search for the nearest hotels and motels.
Search for the nearest banks and ATMs.
Search for the nearest emergency services, including hospitals and police stations.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Select the desired POI category.
3. Tap
or
to scroll up or down the result list.
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4. Select the desired item to display the destination screen.
5. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
explore the map,
tap
place a phone call to the POI,
tap
.
.
.
.
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
How do I find the POIs using EXPLORE?
Note: EXPLORE is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Depending on your Navman model, you may search for the POIs using the Explore map.
The Explore map allows you to explore the local area to find POIs or navigate to an
address. If you do not have a GPS fix, the map will display your last known position.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. On the Explore map, you can:
ƒƒ View the information of the selected POI that is shown at the top of the screen.
ƒƒ Tap and drag the map to explore your desired local area.
ƒƒ Tap and drag the map to display a POI cluster showing POIs in the surrounding
area. Tap a POI icon to show more information and navigate to the POI.
Item
Description

Tap to return to the previous screen.
 Information area
Display the information of the selected POI/position.
 Current position
Your current position is marked with
 POI cluster
Tap an icon or street name in the POI cluster to view information
and options.
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,
or
.
Item


Description
Tap to set POI preferences.
/
To zoom in or out, tap and hold
or
. Zooming in or out will
decrease or increase the area contained within the Explore area.
How do I find a POI using the POI cluster?
Tapping on the selected POI will bring up the screen with the POI destination details.



Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
explore the map,
tap
place a phone call to the POI,
tap
.
.
.
.
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
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How do I set my POI preferences?
POIs are grouped into categories. You may choose to either display (or hide) icons of all
POI categories on the Map screen, or only display the icons from selected categories.
1. Tap
.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
display all POI icons,
tap Show all.
display no POI icons,
tap Hide all.
Note: Hiding POIs will stop you from finding them
when using explore mode/cluster search.
select a specific POI icon for display,
tap the required POI category to show (
or hide (
) on the Map screen.
Repeat until all required categories are
selected.
return to the Explore map,
tap
ƒƒ Your preferences are automatically saved.
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.
)
How do I find the nearest POIs using the POI
category buttons?
Note: The POI category buttons are not available on all models.
1. From the Main Menu, select one of the following:
If you want to…
Then…
search for the nearest petrol stations,
tap
.
search for the nearest emergency service,
tap
.
search for the nearest restaurants,
tap
.
search for the nearest hotels/motels,
tap
.
search for the nearest parking places,
tap
.
search for the nearest banks and ATMs,
tap
.
search for the nearest cafe,
tap
.
2. A list of the selected POI category based upon your current location is displayed.
3. Select the desired item to display the destination screen.
4. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
explore the map,
tap
place a phone call to the POI,
tap
.
.
.
.
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
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How do I search for a POI by type?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
2. Tap
.
.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
search for the POIs near your current
location,
tap
.
search for the POIs in a specified city or area, tap
. After you have entered a name of a
city/area, tap OK.
search for the POIs on your route,
tap
search for the POIs near your destination,
tap
.
.
4. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
search for POIs by keyword,
tap
tap OK.
search for restaurants, cafes, fast-food
premises and other dining establishments,
tap
.
search for petrol stations,
tap
.
search for parking places,
tap
view more POI types,
tap
search for hotels and motels,
tap
search for banks and ATMs,
tap
.
search for emergency services,
tap
.
. After you have entered a keyword,
.
and select a POI type.
.
5. Tap the desired item from the list.
6. Complete the following:
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If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
.
.
If you want to…
Then…
explore the map,
tap
place a phone call to the POI,
tap
.
.
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
How do I search for a POI by Smart Find
Keyword?
Complete the following to navigate to a POI or the street address that you find by
keyword.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
2. Tap
.
. Enter the keyword of the POI or street address that you want to search.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
explore the map,
tap
place a phone call to the POI,
tap
.
.
.
.
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
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How do I receive current traffic
information via TMC?
Note: Traffic information is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) broadcasts real-time traffic information via the FM
Radio Data System (RDS). FM radio stations transmit TMC data on a cycle of several
minutes, with hundreds of events able to be broadcast to TMC receivers.
Your Navman can receive current traffic information for all main roads, motorways and
major cities, enabling you to avoid potential delays on your route. Event messages and
traffic icons will display as they occur. If an event message obscures your current location,
the map will adjust to display both the message and your location.
You may have to pay for the TMC service in some countries.
How will I know when a traffic event occurs?
When travelling through an area in which you can receive traffic updates, your Navman
will decode these events and display them. An icon will display at the event location on
the Map screen, and an audible warning is given if an event is on your route. Where an
event spans a specific distance, the road will be highlighted and arrows will indicate the
direction affected.
A message will display at the bottom of the screen with the road name, the section of
road affected and the type of event that has occurred. The message remains on the screen
for 8 seconds and is added to the All traffic events.
Note: When the message is suppressed, the TMC icon (
) will be displayed on the Map screen.
You can tap the icon to bring up the All traffic events screen.
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Traffic overview screen
When you see the traffic event message on the Map screen, you can open the Traffic
screen to display a general overview of the traffic situation on your route, including all
events in the immediate vicinity.
On the Main Menu, tap
Item
to display the Traffic screen.
Description

Tap to return to the previous screen.
 Event icon
Displays an icon to indicate type of event.
 Current position
Your current position is marked with
 Title bar tabs
Tap to change the display between the Traffic, All traffic events,
and Traffic Options windows.

To zoom in or out, tap and hold
/
or
or
.
.
How do I view a list of all events on my route?
Your Navman creates a list of events as they are received on the All traffic events screen.
On the Traffic screen, tap
Item
.
Description

Tap to return to the previous screen.
 Event icon
Displays an icon to indicate type of event.
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Item
 Event description
Description
Displays the details of the event, including:
ƒƒ Name of road and direction in which the event is taking place.
ƒƒ Location of where the event begins and ends.
○○ > indicates an event from a location, to a location.
○○ < > indicates an event between locations.
ƒƒ Type of event.
 Sort by
Tap to change the sorting order of the items:
: by distance
: by road name
How do I view the traffic details?
On the All traffic events screen, tap the event you want to view.
Item
Description
Tap to return to the previous screen.

 Event icon and
description
Displays details of the event, including:
ƒƒ Name of road and direction in which the event is taking place.
ƒƒ Location of where the event begins and ends.
○○ > indicates an event from a location, to a location.
○○ < > indicates an event between locations.
ƒƒ Type of event.
 Explore
Tap to explore the map.
 Avoid
Tap to initiate a new route to avoid the event. Only available if a
detour or re-route is available.
The Unavoid button is displayed when a re-route has been
calculated.
Note: When the detour information is provided, the details will be displayed as detour
recommendation on the Event details screen.
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How do I know if a detour is recommended?
When a Traffic or Clearance event occurs on your route, a detour will often be
recommended. The detour event message will display in the status bar on Map screen.
Note: Detours are only recommended for Traffic or Clearance Events on a calculated route.
How do I avoid an event on my route?
1. On the All traffic events screen, tap the event.
2. If a detour has been calculated to avoid an event on your route, Avoid is available; tap
to accept the new route and avoid the event.
Traffic messages
The Event Details screen displays detour status information.
Detour Not Available messages
If a detour is not available, one of the following messages will display:
Message
Description
This event is not locatable
A specific location for the event cannot be
identified.
This clearance is not locatable
This event does not affect your route
This clearance does not affect your route
The event is not on the current leg of your journey,
or is behind your current position.
You are avoiding this event
The event is not on the current leg of your journey.
You have accepted this clearance
You are too distant to re-route
You are too distant to accept this clearance
The event is currently too distant to affect your
journey.
Detour not found
A detour / re-route could not be calculated.
Clearance route not found
Detour recommended messages
If a detour is recommended, one of the following messages will display:
Message
Description
Finding detour…
Your Navman is calculating a new route. During
calculation, the % complete will display.
Recalculating route…
Note: Exiting this screen before the new route is
calculated will cancel the operation.
Detour distance…
Clearance change
A detour has been calculated. The difference
between the distance of your current route and
the proposed route is displayed.
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Traffic preferences
You can view your current traffic system status and change options by customising the
traffic preferences.
TMC Service
1. On the Traffic Options screen, tap Traffic Service.
The TMC Service screen displays the frequency of the radio station currently used to
receive traffic event information. A bar shows the strength of the traffic signal being
received; the more green bars, the stronger the signal.
2. To change your preferred radio station, select your preferred radio station from the
list. You can select Automatic to receive the traffic signal automatically.
Accept recommended detours automatically
When the Accept recommended detours is selected, your route will be re-planned
automatically when the detour is recommended by the traffic event.
Traffic event notification
1. On the Traffic Options screen, tap Traffic notifications.
2. Complete the following:
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If you want to…
Then…
view all traffic events nearby,
select All events nearby.
view the traffic events on your route,
select Only events on my route.
view the traffic events with detour
information provided,
select Only if a detour is recommended.
reject the traffic signal,
select Turn off notifications.
What is Travel Book?
Travel Book is a collection of city guides that provide detailed POI maps for major cities
in the local region. The city guides provide information on accommodation, dining, night
life, business essentials, shopping, important tourist spots and practical information such
as banks, medical centres, bus stations, etc.
Note: Travel Book is provided by third party. Navman does not guarantee the accuracy of the data
contained within this database either expressed or implied.
How do I search for a POI using Travel Book?
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Select your city from the list.
3. Select a POI category from the list.
4. Enter the keyword to search a POI. When done, tap OK.
5. Select a POI from the list.
6. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
calculate the route and start navigating,
tap
save the location as a favourite,
tap
explore the map,
tap
place a phone call to the POI,
tap
.
.
.
.
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
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How do I make a hands-free call?
If you have a compatible mobile phone with Bluetooth wireless technology, you can use
your Navman as a hands-free car kit or to provide an internet connection. It can also be
used to connect to a Bluetooth mono/stereo earphone to output audio. Models with
Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information over a distance of about 10 metres (30
feet) without requiring a physical connection.
Before you can use this feature you must pair your mobile phone with your Navman.
Ensure that the Bluetooth wireless feature of your mobile phone is turned on before you
begin pairing. When you search for or connect to a mobile phone/ headset, the Bluetooth
on your Navman will be turned on automatically. To save power, Bluetooth is set to OFF
by default.
Note: A list of compatible mobile phones is listed at www.navman.com.au (Australia) or
www.navman.co.nz (New Zealand).
How do I pair my Navman with a Bluetooth
device?
When you pair the Bluetooth device with your Navman, a connection is established
between them. The 12 most recently paired devices will be displayed on the My Paired
Devices screen.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
2. Tap
 Bluetooth.
. The Search New Devices screen will display a list of nearby Bluetooth devices.
3. Select the device from the list. The Connecting screen will display.
4. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
pair with a mobile phone,
enter 1234 on the mobile phone when
prompted.
pair with a headset,
enter the passcode when prompted and tap
OK.
5. When done, the Bluetooth screen will display.
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6. The Bluetooth icon next to the paired device indicates the connection status:
icon
Status
Device
Connected
headset
Connection with hands-free enabled
phone
Connection with dial-up networking enabled
phone
How do I configure the Internet settings?
Once the Internet connection is turned on, you are able to access live information on the
Internet.
1. Tap the paired device from the My Paired Devices screen, then tap
.

2. Tap Internet Settings.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
configure the Internet settings by
mobile phone’s settings,
tap Automatic (copy from phone).
change the operator for your region,
tap By Operator, then you can:
ƒƒ Tap Country/Region to change your country/
region. Select your country from the list.
ƒƒ Tap Operator to change the operator for your
region. Select your operator from the list.
enter your Internet settings,
tap User Defined and enter the required
information.
Note: If the Internet settings are not available, a warning message will be displayed. For more
information, contact your mobile phone service provider.
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How do I add contacts to my Navman?
Your Navman uses contacts created on your mobile phone. If there are no contacts o your
Navman, you will be prompted to download the contact list from your phone.
ƒƒ To search for a contact, tap
and tap Filter to enter the name of the contact. Then
tap OK.
ƒƒ To add a contact's number to your favorites, tap
the list. Then tap
the list.
and tap the desired contact from
next to the desired number. Tap
to remove the item from
How do I make a phone call?
Making a call using the keypad
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. From the Phone screen, tap
.
3. Enter the number you want to call.
To delete the last digit entered, tap
.
Note: The number of the last call will display when you next access the Dial screen.
Note: International calls require a country code to be included in the phone number. On your
Navman, the country code is separated from the rest of the number sequence by a + sign. If you
are making an international call, tap and hold 0 until the + sign displays.
4. Tap
to place the call.
Making a call from the phonebook
1. On the Main Menu, tap
2. From the Phone screen, tap
.
.
3. Select the desired item from the contact list.
4. Tap
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next to the desired number to place the call.
How do I respond to a phone call?
When you receive a call:
ƒƒ tap Answer to answer the call.
ƒƒ tap Ignore to reject the call.
Note: If your Navman supports the Voice Command function, you can receive or reject the incoming
call by simply saying “Answer” or “Ignore.”
In-call options
ƒƒ To minimize the in-call screen, tap
ƒƒ To display the keypad screen, tap
.
.
ƒƒ To switch off the microphone so the receiving party cannot hear you, tap
unmute, tap
. To
.
ƒƒ To transfer the call to your phone, tap Voice to Phone.
ƒƒ To adjust the volume, tap on the volume bar to increase or decrease the volume.
Note: The phone volume adjustment does not change the device volume.
ƒƒ To end the call, tap Hang Up.
How do I view my call history?
From the Phone screen, tap
.
The Call History screen lists the calls made during the time your Navman is connected to
a mobile phone. Numbers are arranged by time with the most recent time at the top. Your
Navman can store up to 30 history entries (limited to 10 entries for incoming, outgoing
and missed calls each).
ƒƒ To delete an entry from the history, tap the entry and tap
ƒƒ To place a call, tap the entry and tap
ƒƒ To delete all entries in the history, tap
.
.
from the Call History screen.
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How do I control my Navman using
Voice Command?
Note: Voice Command is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Voice Command is a tool that allows you to complete a task without touching the screen.
Simply say a command and your Navman will be able to:
ƒƒ set your destination
ƒƒ answer an incoming call
Note: Voice Command requires the respective voice file, English (AUS) or English (UK/NZ), installed
and used on your Navman. For further instructions on installing your preferred language, refer to
the "Voice Command" section in “What is the NavDesk?”
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
Note: When in navigation mode, you can launch Voice Command directly by tapping the
icon on the Map screen.
2. You can use the following commands after the beep sound:
ƒƒ Address
ƒƒ Home
ƒƒ Nearby Cash
ƒƒ Nearby Petrol
ƒƒ Intersection
ƒƒ My Places
ƒƒ Nearby (Airport, Library, Zoo…)
ƒƒ Increase volume
ƒƒ Nearby Parking
ƒƒ Nearby Food
ƒƒ Decrease volume
ƒƒ Increase brightness
ƒƒ Nearby Hotels & Motels
ƒƒ Nearby SOS
ƒƒ Decrease brightness
Note: Only when your home has been set on your Navman can you be directed to Home by
Voice Command.
3. Follow the prompts to finish your route settings.
4. When done, say “Yes” and your Navman starts to plan the route.
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Customising the system settings
Note: Depending on your Navman model, certain setting options may not be available.
There are various customisation options available to enhance your navigation experience.
1. On the Main Menu, tap
.
2. Select the option you want to customise.
3. Once you change the settings and return to the previous screen, your preferences are
automatically saved.
Note: While changing the settings, the checkbox next to the option indicates the setting status:
: on/enabled
: off/disabled
Audio
If you want to…
Then…
increase/decrease the volume,
tap
/
.
Note: You can simply tap on the volume bar and the
volume will be set immediately at the position you
tapped. The volume bar indicates the current volume
level.
mute/unmute,
tap
.
The speaker icon indicates the status:
: muted
: unmuted
hear the tapping sound when you tap an
item on the touch screen,
tap Touch audio to turn it on.
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Screen
If you want to…
Then…
change the displayed screen mode,
tap Screen mode and select:
ƒƒ Auto: set to automatically change between
Day and Night modes.
ƒƒ Day: set the screen to be displayed in Day
mode.
ƒƒ Night: set the screen to be displayed in Night
mode.
change the screen brightness in day/night
mode,
tap
/
on the Day brightness/Night
brightness bar.
The brightness bar indicates the brightness level.
Note: You can simply tap on the brightness bar and the
screen brightness will be set immediately at the position
you tapped.
Note: Your Navman can heat up when the brightness
scale is set high, therefore, use lower brightness
whenever acceptable.
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Safety
If you want to…
Then…
enable/disable the warning message
after long-distance driving,
enable/disable speed limit alerts,
which warn you of the speed limit
on any given road,
enable/disable speed limit alerts,
which warn you of the speed limit
on any given road,
tap Driver fatigue alert to turn it on or off.
tap Speed limit display to turn it on or off.
tap Speed limit alerts and select:
ƒƒ Off: disable the speed limit alert.
ƒƒ Auto: set the system to alert automatically while your
speed is above the limit.
ƒƒ Speed limit + 5 km/h (+ 3 mph): set the system to alert
while your speed is 5 km/h (3 mph) or more above the
limit.
set the speed limit alerts manually,
enable/disable a visual warning if
the screen is accessed in a moving
vehicle,
set how you want to receive the
camera and safety alerts,
ƒƒ Speed limit + 10 km/h (+ 7 mph): set the system to alert
while your speed is 10 km/h (7 mph) or more above the
limit.
tap Set manual speed alert to select the speed limit or turn
it off.
tap Warn me not to operate my Navman while driving to
turn it on or off.
tap Speed Camera / Mobile Speed Camera / Red Light
Camera / Accident Black Spot / School Zone / Railway
Crossing / Speed Check to select:
ƒƒ No alerts
ƒƒ Visual alert
ƒƒ Visual & Audible alerts
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If you want to…
Then…
set how you want to receive the
driver alerts,
tap Driver Alert to select:
ƒƒ Auto (default): When the driving speed is above 80 km/h,
the audio and visual alerts of all driver alert options will
be enabled automatically.
When the driving speed is below 80 km/h, the audio and
visual alerts for overtaking lane and merging lane options
will be enabled, but all other driver alerts will have visual
alert only.
ƒƒ User-defined: Allows you to set all of the driver alerts
manually by selecting:
○○ No alerts
○○ Visual alert
○○ Visual & Audible alerts
Route options
If you want to…
Then…
change the navigating mode,
tap Mode to select Car, Large vehicle, Professional Truck,
or Pedestrian.
Note: Not all options are available on all models.
set route type options for your
route,
tap Route type to select your route type preference from
the list:
ƒƒ Fastest: The route that should be the fastest when
navigating.
ƒƒ Economical: The route with least number of stops, turns
and urban areas which should save on fuel usage.
ƒƒ Easiest: The simplest route with the least number of
turns and favours motorways where appropriate.
ƒƒ Shortest: The route with the shortest physical length.
Note: If you do not select the preferred route type, Choose on map
is set as default for this option. All of the four route types will be
calculated after your search. Then, you have to select one route type
on the map to start navigating.
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If you want to…
Then…
set types of road options for your
route,
tap Types of road. Select your road preference from the list.
set the routing preferences,
tap Advanced routing to turn the Smart Routes/My Drive
functions on or off.
Note: Avoiding ferry routes may prevent you from navigating
between certain countries, even when a bridge or tunnel exists.
ƒƒ Use historic traffic speed data: enable/disable the Smart
Routes function.
ƒƒ Use learned driver behaviour: enable/disable the My
Drive function.
set the avoidance manually,
ƒƒ Driving speed records: display the information of your
driving speed on a motorway / highway / major road /
minor road.
tap Custom Avoidance.
ƒƒ Tap Add Avoid Road and then follow the on-screen
instructions to select the avoid road from the map view
screen.
ƒƒ Tap Add Avoid Area and then follow the on-screen
instructions to select the avoid area from the map view
screen.
Once the avoidance has been set, it will not be added to
your route while you are planning the trip.
Note: To edit the assigned avoidance, tap the item from the Custom
Avoidance screen and then select Enabled/Disabled, Rename, or
Delete.
display the installed custom POI,
display the natural landmarks on
your route,
tap Custom POI alerts.
tap Landmark guidance PLUS to turn it on.
Note: This feature is not available on all models and is only available
in selected countries.
display the landmarks on your
route,
tap Landmark guidance to turn it on.
record mileage for your route to
generate expense reports,
record your journey,
tap Mileage recorder to turn it on.
Note: This feature is not available on all models and is only available
in selected countries.
tap Capture Journey to turn it on.
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Map display
If you want to…
Then…
enable/disable automatic zooming
during navigation,
tap Auto-zoom map when navigating to turn it on.
display “no entry” icons on “no
entry” roads on the Map screen,
tap Show no-entry road signs to turn it on.
set your Map screen preference,
tap Map to select between a 3D or 2D view of the Map
screen.
set how to display the junction
views,
tap the Junction views option to select: Off or Still.
change the map colour scheme,
tap Map scheme, then select a colour scheme from the list.
When selected, the Map screen will automatically zoom in
or out, depending on your speed, to allow optimal viewing
of your route.
When turned on, the map display performance can slow
down due to the number of no entry roads in some major
cities.
My Maps
If you want to…
Then…
view the map information,
tap Map Version to display a list of all maps and the
detailed information.
select a set of maps to load,
tap Map set, then select your preference from the list. This
may not be available in all regions.
check the expiring maps,
tap Expiring maps to display a list of maps that are to
expire soon.
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Language
If you want to…
Then…
change the on-screen language,
tap Language and select your preferred language from the
list.
change the voice scheme,
tap Voice and select your preferred voice scheme from the
list.
Note: The available settings of the Voice option can be customised by adding/deleting the voice file
through NavDesk when your Navman is connected to the computer. For more information, refer to
the "My Navman" section in “What is NavDesk?”
Answer calls by voice
Note: This feature is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
If you want to…
Then…
enable/disable answering an
incoming call by using a voice
command,
tap On or Off.
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Units
If you want to…
Then…
change the distance units,
tap Distance units and then select your preferred distance
unit type.
change the time format,
tap Time format and then select your preferred time
format.
change the date format,
tap Date format and then select your preferred date format
type.
Time Zone
If you want to…
Then…
set the time zone automatically,
select Auto time zone.
change the time zone manually,
select Manual time zone, then adjust the setting by tapping
/
.
Bluetooth
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
The Bluetooth option allows you to pair a Bluetooth mobile phone or headset with
your Navman. For the compatibility list, visit: www.navman.com.au (Australia) or www.
navman.co.nz (New Zealand). For the detailed information, refer to the "How do I make a
hands-free call?" section.
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Trip Meter
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
The Trip Meter option displays the information of your trips.
: display the current trip
: display all trips
Device
If you want to…
Then…
delete the saved information on
your Navman,
tap Delete saved information:
ƒƒ Tap Delete My Places and tap Yes when the warning
dialog box displays. The data saved in My Places will be
deleted.
ƒƒ Tap Delete recent locations and tap Yes when the
warning dialog box displays. The data of recent locations
will be deleted.
ƒƒ Tap Delete planned trips and tap Yes when the warning
dialog box displays. The planned trips saved on your
Navman will be deleted.
ƒƒ Tap Delete phone data and tap Yes when the warning
dialog box displays.
restore factory default settings,
tap Restore factory defaults. When the warning dialog box
displays, tap Yes. Your Navman will restart.
The Restore factory defaults option allows you to restore
default factory settings; the recent locations, saved My
Places destinations and My Drive profile on the device will
be deleted.
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If you want to…
Then…
reset the GPS,
tap Reset GPS. When the warning dialog box displays, tap
Yes.
Note: Occasionally, the GPS fix may need to be reset. This may
occur if the receiver has been transported a long distance since last
being used; for example, to a different country, and is still trying to
establish the previous position.
record a GPS log of your trip,
tap GPS logging to turn it on.
Demo
If you want to…
Then…
enable a shop demonstration of the select a demonstration country from the list and tap Start.
navigation feature to be played,
Tap OK. Your Navman will restart.
When your Navman is in Shop demo mode, you will see the
navigation demonstration of the pre-defined route without
having to set a destination.
Note: You cannot operate your Navman properly in Shop demo
mode.
enable the screen saver feature on
your Navman,
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tap Screen Saver Video.
When your Navman is idle for 10/30/60 minutes, the screen
saver will display.
Help
If you want to…
Then…
view the tutorial,
tap View Tutorial. To display the tutorial on each start-up,
select the Show tutorial on start-up option on the initial
screen of tutorial.
view copyright and trademark
information,
tap About.
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What is NavDesk?
NavDesk is a suite of tools you can use to access greater functionality and product
information via your computer.
NavDesk allows you to:
ƒƒ obtain software updates
ƒƒ manage maps
ƒƒ search online for local POIs
ƒƒ manage custom POIs
ƒƒ plan trips
ƒƒ manage safety camera subscriptions
ƒƒ browse the Navman website for special offers
Can I use NavDesk with my computer?
Ensure your computer has the following minimum system requirements before installing
NavDesk:
ƒƒ IBM compatible PC or Mac computer
ƒƒ For PC: Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
ƒƒ For PC: Internet Explorer 6 or later versions
ƒƒ DVD drive
ƒƒ USB port
ƒƒ Internet connection for activation
Note: Microsoft .NET 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 will be installed on your computer as part of the installation
of NavDesk.
How do I install NavDesk onto my computer?
1. Close all programs on your computer.
2. Insert the NavDesk Application Installer DVD into your computer DVD drive. The
NavDesk installer will start.
3. Select your preferred language.
4. Click Install Software, then Install NavDesk.
5. Follow the on-screen prompts to install NavDesk:
6. Connect your Navman to your computer when prompted.
7. Turn on your Navman, and then select the Computer option from the pop-up message
screen.
Note: If prompted to update your Navman software, follow the on-screen prompts.
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8. You are now ready to use NavDesk for your Navman.
From now on, you can access NavDesk via: Start  All Programs  Navman 
NavDesk.
Note: Once your Navman is connected and the system retrieves the device’s data from the server,
the First Use Date (FUD) information will be displayed in the status bar (at the bottom of the
NavDesk window).
NavDesk Menu
Note: Depending on your Navman model and your computer's operating system, certain NavDesk
Menu options may not be available.

Name
Description
Navman Online
Display the Navman website, Navman Store and other online
features.
 My Subscriptions
Information on your current subscriptions, including safety camera
subscriptions.
 My Maps
Install and manage maps.
 VOICE COMMAND
 Custom POIs
❻ Photo Album
Install or remove a voice command file.
❼ Image Search
Application that allows you to import custom POIs.
Import and edit NavPix™ images.
Search online and download NavPix™ which can be added to My
Places of your Navman.
Note: This feature is powered by Flickr™.
 Application Gallery
Customise and rearrange the items on the Main Menu screen of your
Navman.
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Name
Description
 Unlock Features
Allow you to enter the activation key for the service you purchased.
 MY PLACES
View and modify all places including addresses, POIs, NavPix™,
and others added using NavDesk and stored on your Navman.
TRIP PLANNER
Add or begin a planned trip with multiple waypoints on your
computer, and then save the trip to your Navman.
MY Navman
A collection of applications that allow you to configure NavDesk,
download updates, and transfer data to and from your Navman.
My Subscriptions
NavDesk  My Subscriptions
Note: This feature is not available on all models and is only available in selected countries.
Your Navman contains pre-loaded subscriptions, such as safety camera information. For
the latest subscription updates, visit www.navman.com.au (Australia) or www.navman.
co.nz (New Zealand).
Note: Safety camera alerts can be enabled to provide warnings when on the route.
How do I purchase a subscription?
1. Select a type of subscription.
2. Select a region.
3. Select a subscription or offer, then click Purchase an activation key from the Navman
store.
4. Follow the prompts to purchase your subscription.
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A product key will be sent to you via email when you have subscribed. You will need to
use this product key to activate your subscription.
How do I activate my subscription?
NavDesk  Unlock Features
1. Enter your product key.
2. Follow the prompts to activate your subscription.
How do I update subscriptions on my Navman?
The My Subscriptions section will display a list of subscriptions already installed on your
Navman:
Icon
Description
Red
Expired subscriptions.
Right-click to purchase a new subscription.
Yellow
Available subscriptions.
Right-click to update and purchase a new subscription.
Green
Active subscriptions.
Note: No updates are available for these subscriptions.
How do I recover my subscription?
If your subscriptions are deleted and you want to recover them, click Recover
Subscriptions at the bottom-right corner in My Subscriptions to recover all subscriptions.
My Maps
NavDesk  My Maps
My Maps allows you to install new maps, remove maps from your Navman and purchase
new maps.
Note: The downloaded/purchased map (*.iso) from Navman Store website will be saved on your
computer’s map folder (e.g. C:\username\Documents\Maps) and then displayed in My Maps. The
default map folder may vary depending on your operating system. You can change the setting of
NavDesk to locate the map folder where you save the map by clicking MY Navman  Options 
My Maps  Change.
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Name
Description
 Loadable Maps
A list of maps on the DVD or available for purchase via the Navman
Store website.
 My Navman
A list of maps installed on your Navman.
 Remove map
Click to remove the selected map from your Navman.
How do I install maps onto my Navman?
Your Navman comes with one or more pre-activated maps. Map files take up space on
your Navman’s internal memory. If you do not use a map file, you can remove it to free up
space. You can later reinstall it to your Navman if required.
You can install maps from the following:
ƒƒ DVD that came with your Navman
You may need to purchase a Map Product Key to activate maps on the DVD that came
with your Navman.
ƒƒ The downloaded map update
For more information on downloading the free map update, refer to the “How do I
update my Navman?” section.
ƒ
ƒ The map that you have purchased separately on a memory card or your Navman
internal memory
1. Open NavDesk, and then click My Maps.
2. Select a map source and then click Open to display the Map Source section.
ƒƒ The maps already installed on your Navman are green.
ƒƒ The maps that are unlocked and ready to be installed to your Navman are yellow.
ƒƒ The maps that require activation before being installed to your Navman are red.
ƒƒ The maps that are available for purchase from Navman are blue.
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Note: If your computer opens Windows Explorer when the DVD is inserted, close the Windows
Explorer window.
3. Complete the following:
If the map to be installed is…
Then…
Yellow
go to step 6.
Red
the map needs to be activated via the Internet before
it can be installed; continue to step 4.
4. If you connect to the Internet via a dial-up connection, connect to the Internet now.
5. Follow the prompts to activate your Map Product Key, including:
ƒƒ Enter the Map Product Key when prompted.
ƒƒ Your computer will connect to the Internet and activate your Map Product Key.
ƒƒ When activation has completed, the map will change colour to yellow; continue to
step 6.
6. Click the map you want to install to your Navman. The map will change colour to
a brighter yellow to indicate it has been selected. To deselect a map, click the map
again.
Note: You may need to install multiple maps to cover the required geographical area.
7. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
install a yellow map,
go back to step 6.
install a red map,
the map needs to be activated via the Internet before
it can be installed; go back to step 4.
install the selected maps to your
Navman,
continue to step 8.
8. Select the destination media (Navman internal memory) for the selected maps, then
click Install Maps.
The selected maps will be installed and change colour to green.
CAUTION: Do not disconnect the USB cable until the installed map or maps have changed
colour to green.
9. To use your Navman, disconnect the USB cable. You may need to manually reset your
Navman.
How do I remove maps from my Navman?
1. Open NavDesk, and then click My Maps.
2. From the My Navman panel, select the checkbox next to the map you want to remove.
3. Click Remove Maps to remove the selected maps.
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4. Confirm that you want to remove the selected map when prompted. The map is
removed from your Navman. You can reinstall these maps at any time via NavDesk.
Voice Command
NavDesk  VOICE COMMAND
Note: This feature is not available on all models.
Depending on your Navman model, you may be able to set the destination quickly by
using Voice Command. NavDesk's Voice Command allows you to install or remove voice
files on your Navman.
Note: You can download and install free Voice Command updates when available. For more
information on downloading the updates, refer to the “How do I update my Navman?” section.
1. Open NavDesk, and then click VOICE COMMAND.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
install a voice command file,
from the Loadable files section, select a file source and
then click Open.
In the Available voice command files section, select the
desired voice command file and click Install selected
files.
remove a voice command file,
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in the Installed voice command files section, select the
voice file you would like to remove and click Remove
selected files.
Custom POIs
NavDesk  Custom POIs
The Custom POIs application allows you to create or import your own POI files. These
are called custom POIs. Unlike preinstalled POIs, custom POIs can be removed from your
Navman and can have audio as well as visual alerts associated with them.
To create your POI files, open Microsoft Excel and then enter the POI location details
(including the longitude, latitude, name, and description) in separate cells. Always use
decimal degrees for coordinates and start a new location from a new line. When done,
click File  Save As to save it as a *.csv file. Now you have successfully created a POI
CSV file. The following displays the example of creating the POI file by using Microsoft
Excel:
Note: Various POI files are available for free download or by subscription from third-party websites.
Ensure that downloaded files are in .csv (Comma Separated Values) format. Navman is not
responsible for the content or accuracy of the information or the reliability or availability of these
websites. The use of information regarding safety camera locations may be subject to local laws
in the country of use. You are responsible for checking that you can use the information in your
country or in the country where the information will be used.
How do I install custom POIs?
1. In the Add new POIs section, click Browse to select a source file.
2. Select the file from your local or network drive, then click Open.
3. From the POI Category section:
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If you want to…
Then…
use an existing custom POI category, select Existing category, then select a type from the
drop-down list.
replace an existing POI,
select Existing category and a type from the dropdown list, then select Replace existing POIs.
Note: If you want to create a new POI instead, then select
Add to existing POIs.
create a new custom POI category,
select New category, then type a name for the POI
category.
4. Set alert settings as required:
If you want to…
Then…
enable a visual warning when a POI select the Visual alert checkbox.
of this category is in close proximity,
select an icon to display on the Map
screen for POIs of this category,
click Browse to select the icon file from your local or
network drive.
ƒƒ When you have located the icon file, select it and
click Open.
ƒƒ The icon file must be a bitmap (*.bmp or *.png)
graphic with a minimum size of 6x6 pixels and a
maximum size of 32x32 pixels.
Note: If you do not select a custom icon, a default icon will
display.
select the distance from a POI of this
category at which the visual warning
should display or the warning chime
should sound,
select the distance from the Distance box.
Note: To change the units used to measure the distance for
this POI category, click My Navman  Options and from the
General option select Use metric units checkbox.
enable a warning sound when a POI select the Audio alert checkbox.
of this category is in close proximity,
select a custom sound alert file to
play when a POI of this category is
in close proximity,
do one of the followings:
ƒƒ Select a sound file from the list.
ƒƒ Click Add to select a sound file (.WAV format) from
your local or network drive. When you have located
the file, select it and click Open.
Note: If you do not select a custom sound file, a default
sound alert will play.
5. Click Add to device to add the POI to your Navman.
Note: Each file corresponds to a POI category; for example, Hotels.csv will be listed on your
Navman as the Hotels category.
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How do I delete a custom POI file/category from my
Navman?
1. In the Installed POIs section, click Delete next to the file name. The file is removed
from the list, but is not yet deleted.
2. Accept the warning message. The selected file/category is deleted.
Photo Album
NavDesk  Photo Album
Note: Depending on your Navman model, certain Photo Album features may not be available.
Photo Album is a NavDesk application which allows you to copy, delete or move pictures
or albums between the NavPix™ library on your Navman and the NavPix™ library on
your computer.
Name
 Desktop albums
Description
Displays a list of all albums stored in the NavPix™ library on your
computer.
ƒƒ Click an album to display its contents in the album display area.
ƒƒ Click View all NavPix to display all pictures stored in the
NavPix™ library on your computer.
 My Navman albums Displays a list of albums stored on the Navman internal memory and
on the memory card if one is inserted.
ƒƒ Click an album to display its contents in the album display area.
 Selected picture
When a thumbnail is selected, it displays with a blue border.
 Album display area
 Search
❻ Toolbar
Displays thumbnails of pictures in the selected album.
Type to search for a NavPix™ by name.
When a picture is selected, the icons which can be used will be active.
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Toolbar
Name
Description
 Create new album
Click to create a new album in the NavPix™ library you are viewing.
 Add to My Places
Click to transfer NavPix™ to My Places.
 Transfer to your
ƒƒ If you are viewing NavPix™ in the NavPix™ library on your
computer, this will display as Transfer to your Navman.
Navman
or
Transfer to your
computer
Click to transfer the selected NavPix™ to your Navman.
ƒƒ If you are viewing NavPix™ in the Navman library, this will
display as Transfer to your computer.
Click to transfer the selected NavPix™ to your computer.
 Import NavPix™
Imports NavPix™ from your computer to the NavPix™ library on
your computer.
 Export to disk
❻ View details
Click to save NavPix™ to your computer or a network drive.
Click to view the selected NavPix™ and edit NavPix™ details,
including:
ƒƒ NavPix™ name
ƒƒ latitude
ƒƒ longitude
ƒƒ description
❼ Rotate left
Rotates the selected NavPix™ 90° to the left.
 Rotate right
Rotates the selected NavPix™ 90° to the right.
 Delete NavPix™
Click to delete the selected NavPix™.
What else can I do with pictures and albums on my
computer?
If you want to…
Then…
add a picture to another album,
in the Desktop albums section, select the album containing
the NavPix™ you want to include in another album.
Select the NavPix™ then drag it to the other album.
Note: The selected NavPix™ is included in the new album, but is
not moved. One instance of the NavPix™ in the library may be
included in multiple albums.
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If you want to…
Then…
remove a picture from an album,
in the Desktop albums section, select the album containing
the NavPix™ you want to remove.
Right-click on the selected picture and select Remove from
album.
Note: If you want to delete the NavPix™ from all albums, rightclick on the selected picture and select Delete NavPix, or simply
click the Delete NavPix icon on the toolbar.
add a NavPix™ to My Places,
in the Desktop albums section, select the album containing
the NavPix™ you want to add to My Places.
Right-click on the selected picture and select Add to My
Places.
upload picture to the Flickr website, in the Desktop albums section, select the album containing
the NavPix™ you want to upload to the Flickr website.
Right-click on the selected picture and select Upload to
Flickr.
Note: You need a Flickr account to upload NavPix™. To create a
Flickr account, visit www.flickr.com.
export a NavPix™ to Google
Earth™
in the Desktop albums section, select the album containing
the picture you want to export to Google Earth.
Right-click on the selected picture and select Export to
Google Earth.
Navigate to a folder on your computer to save the file and
then open it in Google Earth.
Note: You need to install the Google Earth software on your
computer to be able to view the file you have created. You can
download Google Earth from earth.google.com.
search for other NavPix™,
right-click on the desired NavPix™ and select Search for
NavPix near this.
Photo Album preferences
NavDesk  MY Navman  Options  Photo Album
Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
change your NavPix™ location
on your computer,
click Change and select a location for your NavPix™
library.
Click Save or OK. The warning message will display and you
will be prompted to confirm your action.
receive a warning message before
select the Warn me when permanently deleting a NavPix
deleting an image from your device, from my Navman checkbox.
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If you want to…
Then…
receive a warning message before
deleting an image from your
NavPix™ library,
select the Warn me when permanently deleting a NavPix
from my library checkbox.
create a new folder every time you
import new photos,
select the Import photos to a new album checkbox.
view NavPix™ when on a route,
select the Show NavPix on map checkbox.
Image Search
NavDesk  Image Search
Image Search is a NavDesk application powered by Flickr™ allowing you to download
photos and import them to Photo Album. You can then upload the photo to the Flickr
website, transfer photos to your Navman, export pictures to Google Earth or search for
other NavPix™ near the longitude and latitude of your NavPix™.
How do I search for a NavPix™ on the Internet?
1. In the Description field enter a search description for the image you are looking for.
2. Select one of the Sort by options.
3. Click Search. Thumbnails of the NavPix™ will be displayed in the NavPix™ display
area.
Note: You can narrow your search by selecting the Advanced search checkbox and then selecting a
city from the drop-down list or by entering the latitude and longitude details.
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How do I import NavPix™ to My Places?
1. Select a picture or group of pictures you want to add to your My Places.
2. Do one of the following to add the selected image to My Places:
ƒƒ Click the Add to My Places button.
ƒƒ Right-click on the selected picture and then select Add to My Places.
Application Gallery
NavDesk  Application Gallery
Application Gallery is a NavDesk application that allows you to add, remove and
rearrange items on the Main Menu screen of your Navman.
Note: Application Gallery screen items and the order of the options may differ from the above,
depending on your region, maps installed or Navman model.
How do I rearrange Main Menu items on my Navman?
1. Select the desired item from the Device Main Menu screen section.
2. Drag the item to the position that you would like it to appear on your Navman.
3. Click Save to Device. The order of the Main Menu screen is saved on your Navman.
How do I remove a Main Menu item from my Navman?
Note: The following items cannot be removed from your Navman:
1. Select the desired item from the Device Main Menu screen section.
2. Drag and drop the item to the Available Settings section.
3. Click Save to Device. The item is removed from the Main Menu screen on your
Navman.
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How do I add a Main Menu item to my Navman?
1. Select the desired item from the Available Settings section.
2. Drag and drop the item to the Device Main Menu screen section.
3. Click Save to Device. The item is added to the Main Menu screen on your Navman.
How do I reset the Main Menu screen?
Click Reset to Default Settings to restore the Main Menu screen to the factory default
configuration.
Unlock Features
NavDesk  Unlock Features
If you have purchased a map unlock code or subscriptions for your Navman, you have to
enter the activation key using the Unlock Features application.
Note: Make sure you have an active Internet connection for this feature.
Note: The activation key will be sent to you by email, or printed on the inside cover of the box if you
purchase the map update DVD. You can click the link on the screen to purchase an activation key
online.
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My Places
NavDesk  MY PLACES
My Places includes saved addresses, captured journeys, POIs, NavPix™, and other
locations. You can select, modify and delete places. You can also add locations from
Image Search to My Places.
Note: Make sure you have an active Internet connection for this feature.
Note: You can install a maximum of 99 locations on your Navman via My Places.
How do I sort My Place locations?
You can sort My Place locations by type and name:
If you want to…
Then…
sort My Place locations by type,
click Type on the My Places panel.
sort My Place locations by name,
click Name on the My Places panel.
How do I import or export a location?
Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
import a location from the
computer to your Navman,
from the My Places panel, click Import.
Locate the file you want to import and then click Open.
Note: The supported file format for importing includes: *.KML and
*.KMZ.
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If you want to…
Then…
export a location from your
Navman to the computer,
from the My Places panel, select a location and then click
Export.
Enter a descriptive name for the file and then click Save.
Note: The supported file format for exporting includes: *.KMZ.
Note: You can aslo import/export a location by clicking File  Import (or Export)  My Places
from the top of NavDesk Menu.
How do I edit a location from the map screen?
1. From the My Places panel, select the location you want to edit.
2. Click the location icon on the map.
3. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
edit the location name,
click the location name.
Enter a new name or edit the existing name. The
location name is changed in both NavDesk and your
Navman.
edit the location notes,
click Edit notes.
Enter notes. The location notes are changed in both
NavDesk and your Navman.
share the location,
click
.
An email will open ready to send to your friends.
Your friend will receive the email with links to either
save the image or to save the location in My Places in
NavDesk.
Note: If the location is a NavPix™, your friend will receive
the image as an attachment to the email.
Note: If the location is a captured journey, your friend will
receive the journey as a *.KMZ file attached to the email.
Your friend will need to have Google Earth installed on the
computer to view the KMZ file.
delete the location,
click
, then click Yes to delete the location.
Note: You can delete all locations in My Places by clicking
on the My Places panel.
export the location,
click
.
Enter a descriptive name for the file and then click
Save.
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Trip Planner
NavDesk  TRIP PLANNER
Trip Planner in NavDesk allows you to pre-plan your trip on the computer.

Name
Description
Route planner
Plan a route by entering the From point and To point. A list of
planned routes will display in the Pre-Planned Routes section.
 Display area
Display the route on the map.
Note: You can also plan your route directly on the map.
How do I pre-plan a route by search?
1. From the Route planner panel, set your From and To points.
You can find a location by:
: Keyword
: Address
: Postcode
Enter your text for search and click
to start a search. You may need to select from
a category list to narrow your search results.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
add a waypoint,
click Add Waypoint.
reset or remove a waypoint,
click
next to the waypoint.
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If you want to…
Then…
set the route preferences,
click Route option and select:
ƒƒ Mode: Select the desired mode to plan your route.
ƒƒ Type of route: Select the Fastest, Shortest,
Easiest, or Economical way to plan your route.
ƒƒ Avoidance: Avoid Unsurfaced roads, Toll roads,
Ferry routes, or Special zone on your route.
Note: The Route option settings will only apply to the route
you are editing.
arrange the destinations in the
most efficient order while two or
more waypoints are included in the
planned trip,
click Waypoint Optimisation.
3. Click Plan Route to calculate your route. The route will be displayed on the map.
4. Click Save this route. The route is saved to the Pre-Planned Routes section and your
Navman simultaneously.
How do I pre-plan a route using the map?
1. From the map displayed in the display area, click
.
2. The cursor will be marked with “Add route.” Move the cursor and then click on the
map to set the From point.
3. The cursor will be marked with “Click to set destination.” You can:
ƒƒ Move the cursor and then click on the map to set the waypoint.
ƒƒ Move the cursor and then double-click on the map to set the To point.
4. When done, click Save this route. The route is saved to the Pre-Planned Routes
section and your Navman simultaneously.
How do I edit a route?
1. From the Pre-Planned Routes section, select a route to edit.
2. Complete the following:
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If you want to…
Then…
rename the route,
click the title of the route in the Name column, then
enter a new name. Your changes are automatically
saved.
delete a saved route,
click
next to the route you want to remove.
MY Navman
NavDesk  MY Navman
How do I change the displayed language for NavDesk?
1. Click Language.
2. Select your preferred language.
How do I install or remove a voice file for my Navman?
1. Click My Voices.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
install a voice file,
in the Available voice files section, select the voice file
you would like to install.
Click Install selected voices.
remove a voice file,
in the Available voice files section, select the voice file
you would like to remove.
Click Remove selected voices.
Note: Voice files take up space on your Navman’s internal memory. If you do not use a voice
file, you can remove it to free up space. You can later reinstall it to your Navman if required. The
provided DVD of your Navman is needed while installing the voice file.
How do I register my Navman and set a PIN?
PIN is a NavDesk application that allows you to set a security PIN on your Navman. The
PIN will disable your Navman in the event of theft. To set a PIN, you must first register
your Navman on Navman’s website.
1. Click PIN.
2. Click Register now and follow the prompts to complete the registration form online.
3. When the registration is complete, click I have registered my Navman.
4. In the User Name and Password fields, enter the username and password that you
have entered when registering online.
5. In the PIN field, enter the PIN you want to assign to your Navman. Your PIN must be
between four and eight numerical digits.
6. Click OK. The PIN for your Navman has been set. You will be required to enter your
PIN when you turn on your Navman.
7. To disable or change the PIN on your Navman at a later time, enter the Username and
password to enter the PIN screen. Then do one of the following:
ƒƒ Leave the PIN field blank and click OK. The PIN is removed and your Navman will
no longer require you to enter a PIN.
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ƒƒ In the PIN field, enter a new PIN you want to assign to your Navman. The new PIN
for your Navman has been set.
How do I report mileage?
Mileage Reporter is a NavDesk feature that allows you to create expense reports (.csv
format) based on the mileage and estimated fuel usage recorded by your Navman.




Name
 Timeframe
Description
Specifies the time for which the mileage report will be created when
Show only is selected.
Select Show All to include all recorded mileage.
 Report panel
Displays your trip log data.
 Fuel
Select to include the amount of fuel (estimate) used for the mileage
recorded. If selected, specify the number of miles travelled per gallon,
or miles/kilometres travelled per litre.
 Report data buttons Import report data from your Navman, clear all report data from your
Navman or export data to a report (.csv and .HTML).
Note: To use the Mileage Reporter function of NavDesk, the Mileage recorder option on your
Navman must be enabled. For more information, refer to the "Route options" section in “Customising
the system settings.”
Note: To change the Mileage Reporter preferences, click NavDesk  MY Navman  Options 
Mileage Reporter.
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How do I backup and restore my Navman?
You can save backups of data from your Navman, and later restore it if required.
1. Click Backup and Restore.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
backup your Navman,
click Create new backup.
Select the data you would like to backup, then click
OK.
The backup will be saved to your computer. The backup
will be listed on the Backup & Restore window.
restore a backup to your Navman,
select the backup from the list that you would like to
restore.
Click Restore, then click OK.
The backup will be restored to your Navman.
delete a backup,
select the backup from the list that you would like to
delete.
Click Delete, then click OK. The backup will be deleted.
How do I recover maps and voice files for my Navman?
The Smart Recovery application allows you to recover all data to fix your Navman if a
problem occurs during operation, including software, maps, voice files, and subscriptions.
1. Make sure you have an active Internet connection and the Installer DVD is inserted
into your computer DVD drive.
2. Click Smart Recovery.
3. The available data will be displayed in the Maps and Voices fields. Select the desired
data and click Recover to recover the data on your Navman.
How do I update my Navman?
Occasionally Navman may offer you free updates, including software applications, maps,
and more. You can check the available updates via the Device Updates function.
1. If a free update is available and your Navman is connected to your computer, a
message will display when you start NavDesk.
From the pop-up message window, click View to display the Device Updates screen
that contains the available updates.
Note: You can also open the Device Updates screen by clicking the New Update button at the
top-right corner of NavDesk.
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Note: In some certain updates, you must upgrade your system to the latest version (including
the NavDesk and your Navman) before you can use the updates. If the new version is detected,
a message will display to ask you to upgrade the system. When prompted, click Yes to start
upgrading the system.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
download the updates,
select the available update from the list, and then lick
Download.
stop/pause the download,
during the download:
ƒƒ Click
to stop the download.
ƒƒ Click
to pause the download; when paused,
click
change the download folder,
to resume downloading.
click Change Path.
3. When completed, the downloaded file will be saved to the assigned folder.
ƒƒ For software update, the *.exe file will be launched automatically to install the
update.
ƒƒ For map/voice command update, the system will display the My Maps/Voice
Command screen automatically to install the update.
How do I recover keys on my Navman?
The Recover keys application allows you to fix your Navman if a problem occurs during
operation. Click the Recover keys option in the menu and then follow the prompts to
complete the process.
How do I configure NavDesk?
Note: Depending on your Navman model, certain setting options may not be available.
1. Click Options, and then select the desired setting options to configure.
2. Complete the following:
If you want to…
Then…
keep NavDesk updated,
click General, and then select the Auto check for
updates checkbox.
When you select this option, every time you open
NavDesk, the available service packs and bug fixes will
be downloaded from the Navman server and applied
to your Navman.
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If you want to…
Then…
change the units of measurement
that NavDesk uses,
click General, and then:
ƒƒ Select or clear the Use metric units checkbox to
change between imperial and metric units.
ƒƒ Select or clear the Use decimal degrees checkbox
to change between decimal degrees and latitude/
longitude co-ordinates.
change the Mileage Reporter
settings,
click Mileage Reporter, and then:
ƒƒ Select or clear the Warn me when deleting all log
files from my Navman checkbox.
ƒƒ Select Distance per volume or Volume per
distance to change the fuel economy style.
change the NavPix™ library
location,
click Photo Album, and then click Change.
change the location of where
downloaded updates will be saved,
click My Maps, and then click Change.
Select a folder for the NavPix™ library. The
downloaded NavPix™ is moved to the new location.
Select a folder for the updates. The downloaded
updates are moved to the new location.
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Reference
What is GPS?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is available at any time, free of charge, and is
accurate to within 5m (15ft). GPS navigation is made possible by a network of satellites
that orbit the Earth at around 20,200km (12,552mi). Each satellite transmits a range of
signals which are utilized by GPS receivers, such as your Navman, to determine an exact
location. Although a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to 12 satellites at any time,
only four signals are required to provide a position or "GPS fix" (latitude and longitude),
for vehicle navigation systems.
How does my Navman receive GPS signals?
Your Navman receives GPS signals via the internal GPS antenna. To guarantee the
optimum GPS signal strength, ensure your Navman is outdoors, or in a vehicle outdoors,
and has an unobstructed view of the sky. GPS reception is not usually affected by
weather, however, very heavy rain or snow may have a negative effect on your reception.
Caring for your Navman
Taking good care of your Navman will ensure trouble-free operation and reduce the risk of
damage to your Navman:
ƒƒ Keep your Navman away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures.
ƒƒ Avoid exposing your Navman to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for extended
periods of time.
ƒƒ Do not place anything on top of your Navman or drop objects on your Navman.
ƒƒ Do not drop your Navman or subject it to severe shock.
ƒƒ Do not subject your Navman to sudden and severe temperature changes. This could
cause moisture condensation inside the unit, which could damage your Navman. In
the event of moisture condensation, allow your Navman to dry out completely before
use.
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ƒƒ The screen surface can easily be scratched. Avoid touching it with sharp objects. Nonadhesive generic screen protectors designed specifically for use on portable devices
with LCD panels may be used to help protect the screen from minor scratches.
ƒƒ Never clean your Navman when it is turned on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the
screen and the exterior of your Navman.
ƒƒ Do not use paper towels to clean the screen.
ƒƒ Never attempt to disassemble, repair or make any modifications to your Navman.
Disassembly, modification or any attempt at repair could cause damage to your
Navman and even bodily injury or property damage and will void any warranty.
ƒƒ Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the same
compartment as your Navman, its parts or accessories.
Troubleshooting
If you encounter a problem you cannot solve, contact an authorized service centre for
assistance.
Problems
Solutions
The unit is not turning
on/charging
Try to charge the unit through a USB
cable connected to a computer. If the
unit charges then the issue is with the
in car charger. If the unit still fails to
charge, then the fault is with the unit.
Contact technical support
and an RMA will be created
to fix the unit or replace the
in car charger.
I can not get a GPS
Signal
Make sure you are stationary and have
a clear line of site to the sky. If this fails
to resolve the issue, please reset the
GPS chip through the Settings menu of
your unit.
If the fault is still not
resolved, please visit our self
help site (see the information
from "Navman Customer
Support" section), or contact
our technical support team.
My unit is always
showing that the speed
limit is 110 kph even
when it is not
The units are set at a manual speed
limit defaulted at 110 kph. This can be
changed through the 'Safety' section of
your 'Settings' menu.
If the fault is still not
resolved, please visit our self
help site (see the information
from "Navman Customer
Support" section), or contact
our technical support team.
Where is my product
key? I want to activate
my unit.
There is no need to activate your unit in
anyway. This Activation tab within the
NavDesk software is for subscriptions,
travel books, international maps and
map upgrades only. Your unit will work
straight out of the box and there is no
need to activate it in anyway.
If the fault is still not
resolved, please visit our self
help site (see the information
below), or contact our
technical support team.
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For more information
Online support
For 24/7 help and support with Navman products, visit our Technical Support Website:
www.navmansupport.com.au (Australia), or www.navmansupport.co.nz (New Zealand).
Navman Customer Support
If you have a faulty product or you would like to speak to a member of our Technical
Support team, contact:
Australia: 1300 NAVMAN (1300 628 626), or visit www.navmansupport.com.au
New Zealand: 0800 GO NAVM (0800 466 286), or visit www.navmansupport.co.nz
Speed Limit
Navman products are designed to be used as an aid to safer driving. Navman does not
condone speeding or any other failure to comply with your local traffic laws. It is your
responsibility to drive within the posted speed limit at all times and to drive in a careful
manner. Navman accepts NO liability whatsoever for you receiving any speeding fines or
points on your license through using this device. Navman does not guarantee the accuracy
of the data contained within this database either expressed or implied. In the event you
receive a fine or any other penalty for speeding or contravention of any traffic law, or
are involved in an accident, Navman is not responsible for any damages of any type. In
some countries the data information regarding speed limits may conflict with local law
and/or regulations. It is your responsibility to make sure that your use of the data is in
compliance with local laws and/or regulations. Usage is at your own risk.
Safety Camera POIs
Navman products are designed to be used as an aid to safer driving. You can receive
messages to alert you to locations of safety cameras, which will enable you to monitor
your speed through these areas. Navman does not warrant that all types and locations of
safety camera data are available, as cameras may be removed, relocated or new cameras
installed. Navman does not condone speeding or any other failure to comply with your
local traffic laws. It is your responsibility to drive within the posted speed limit at all
times and to drive in a careful manner. Navman accepts NO liability whatsoever for you
receiving any speeding fines or points on your license through using this device. Navman
does not guarantee the accuracy of the data contained within this database either
expressed or implied. In the event you receive a fine or any other penalty for speeding or
contravention of any traffic law, or are involved in an accident, Navman is not responsible
for any damages of any type. In some countries the data information regarding safety or
speed cameras may conflict with local law and/or regulations. It is your responsibility to
make sure that your use of the data is in compliance with local laws and/or regulations.
Usage is at your own risk.
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POI categories
Icon
Description
Airport
Icon
Description
Amusement park
Art centre
ATM/Cash dispenser
Bank
Bar/Pub
Beach
Breakdown service/Car repair facility
Bowling centre
Business facility or company
Business office
Bus station
Camping ground
Car dealer/Automobile dealer
Casino
Cemetery
Church
Cinema
City hall
City, town or village
Coffee shop
College/University
Community centre
Commuter railway station
Courthouse
Dentist
Doctor
Embassy
Exhibition centre
Ferry terminal
Fire Brigade
Golf course
Government office
Grocery store
Guest house
Higher education
Hospital/Polyclinic
Hotel
Ice skating
Important tourist attraction
Information/Tourist information
office
Marina/Yacht basin
Library
Monument
Motorcycle dealer
Motoring organisation office
Mountain pass
Museum
Music centre
Natural attraction
Nightlife
Park and ride
Parking
Medical
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Icon
Description
Parking garage
Icon
Description
Park/Recreation area
Performance art/Theatre
Petrol station
Pharmacy
Place of worship
Police station
Post office
Public restroom/Toilet facilities
Public sport airport
Railway crossing
Rental car agency
Rest area
Restaurant
Road accident black spot
Scenic/Panoramic views
School
School zone
Shop
Shopping
Ski resort/Ski lift station
Speed check
Sport centre
Sports hall
Sports complex
Stadium
Tennis court
Travel agency
Transport ferry
Veterinarian
Winery
Zoo
Note: The POI categories and the order may differ, depending on your region, maps
installed or Navman model.
Branded POIs
Branded POIs are available on some maps. These include well known restaurants,
accommodation providers, tourist attractions, Petrol stations, etc. The icon will usually
display the company logo.
POI categories by subscription
Icon
Description
Safety Cameras
Safety Camera (Mobile)
Safety Camera (Average)
Red Light Camera
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Icon
Description
Combine Camera
My Places categories
Icon
Description
Home
Saved locations
Captured journey (for selected models)
Traffic and other TMC events
Each TMC Event is sorted in to one of nine categories. When an Event is received, one of
the following icons will display:
Event
Avoided
Event
Message Type
Event Description
Danger
There is a dangerous situation on the route; for
example, people are on the road.
Traffic
Any event that will cause a delay on a route.
Weather
Weather conditions are adversely affecting a route;
for example, there is ice on the road.
There is a situation of which you should be aware
on the route, but it is not serious enough to be
considered a dangerous situation; for example, a
minor accident has taken place.
An event is expected to occur on a route.
Warnings
Forecast
Restrictions
Clearance
There is a restricted flow of traffic on a route; for
example, a lane has been closed on a motorway.
A traffic event that has now been cleared.
Information
All other events.
Roadworks
Roadworks are taking place on a route.
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If a Traffic or Clearance event has a recommended detour, the following icons will display:
Event
Avoided
Event
Message Type
Event Description
Traffic Detour
A Traffic Event, for which a detour is recommended.
Clearance Reroute
A Clearance Event, for which a re-route is
recommended.
Note: Avoided Event icons will only display on the Map screen, at the event location.
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Revision: R01
(6/2014)
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companies.
Disclaimer
Specifications and documents are subject to change without notice.
Notes
Not all models are available in all regions.
Depending upon the specific model purchased, the color and look of your device and
accessories may not exactly match the graphics shown in this document.
The screenshots and other presentations shown in this document are for reference only.
They may differ from the actual screens and presentations generated by the actual
product.
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