User Manual GPS 84H.3
User Manual
GPS 84H.3
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Data of mvigation electronic maps might be inconsislent with actual trafllc
signals due to trmsportation developmmt. please follow trafiic regulations
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ssumes
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Welcome
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MSB252IPCBA CPU with high perfomance md low power consumption
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Fdendly uer interface for simple operation
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Power management for longer md more stable operation
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Data trmsmission wilh computers via Mini USB
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Quality reception for accuate positioning md satisfactory navigation
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seryice
Leisue partner with audio/video/amusement frmctions
You may use the GPS navigator anytime anylvhere, for exmple while driving,
walking or cycling. Its navigation md amuement flmctions will erich you life md
work!
To fully exert the functions ol GPS 84H-3 md to uderstmd the operation details,
please read t]le mmual cuefully.
You may see the following supplemental infomation in the mriual.
fNote]: Explmation of relevmt subjects
[Relevmt Infomation]: Exha infomation of relevmt subjects
[Attention]: Precautions or wmings of relevmt subjects. Please pay attention to this
infomation and follow the instructions to avoid devastating influence on yot,rself
md orhers.
[*]: Optional function
This mmul is applicable only to the GPS 84H-3.
Chapter I Beginning Use
This chapter introduces tlte appermce, components md basic operations of
84H-3.
1.1 Appearance
The effect figue below is
zn
GPS
S
Compone
N
nt
Indicator
lisht
Touch oen
'
slot
Speaker
Power
of extemal power
suoolv
Locatron ot the touch pen
Playing sounds (such as navigation prompt tones,
music- etc-)
Powering or/ off and sleep
Connected with the stereophone
iack
6,
Explanation
lndicating the operating state
MINI
Communicating with PC via MINI USB cable and
usB
used as the
Battery
cover
Baftery inside
SIM
slot
1.2 Power Supply
navigator.
[Note] Plug in the
cu chuger
after the automobile is started to avoid damage due to
cment suge.
1.3 Basic Use
1.3.1 Powering on/off& Sleep
2.3.1.1 Powering on
Press the power key on the top side ofthe GPS navigator for at least two seconds to
power it on.
[Note] Great humidity fluctuation may lead to short circuit of the GPS navigatol
Power on the navigator after it has accommodated to new environment.
2.3.1.2. Pouering off& Sleep
Long press the power key to power off the GPS navigator. The following interface
&
will be prompted.'If
state before entering sleep
i,
5g1s61g4,1he navigator
will automatically resume
the
SIM card inside
& Charging
Charge the GPS navigator fully with the chrger before first use.
1.2.1 Power Supply
The GPS 84H-3 caa be powered by the built-in battery or extemal power supply.
When the GPS navigator is mcomected to the chnger, it is powered by the
Li-polymer battery. The battery capacity icon E init.,y*.,
main interface
shows cufient residual battery capacity.
When the GPS navigator is connected to the chilger, it is powered by extemal power
and the battery is charged.
lAttention] The GPS navigator adopts intemal non-removable Li-polymer battery.
To avoid battery rupture, explosion, release of hzardous substance or bm, do not
unpack, pierce, stdke on or discard the battery in fire or water
1.2.2 Chilging by Chtrger
The GPS navigator must be chrged with the chagef before first use.
Plug the USB teminal ofthe charger into the USB port on the left side ofthe GPS
navigator and the other to the power socket to supply power md chilge the GPS
navigator
[Note] The chmging indicator light is red duing chuging. Do not unplug tbe
charge mtil the battery is fully chrged and the indicator light tums green. Please
charge the GPS navigator when the battery is low or used up in succeeding use.
1.2.3 Chuging by Car Chuger
PIug one terminal of the cu chuger into the USB port on the left side of the GPS
navigator and the other to the charging port to supply power and chilge the GPS
1.3.2 Restarting the System
When the system does not response, press the reset key on the back of the GPS
navigator to restart the system.
lRelevant Infomation] The following situations might lead to no response of the
system.
l. Delay or stagnancy in intedace switching;
2. Failure offunction activation with ovetlong execution;
3. Failue to power or/offthe GPS navigator by pressing the power key
lNote] Restarting the system by pressing the reset key will result in loss ofunsaved
data. Please backup you data regularly.
1.3.3 Fixing the GPS Navigator with Momting Kit
The momting kit is composed of a back splint and a braaket. To use the GPS
navigator in an automobile, fix it on the dashboard mder the front windshield.
[Note] Do not place the GPS navigator in positions obstructing the driyer's vision.
Do not place it without fixing it, or in the place of air bag or the area after the air bag
is inflated.
1.3.4 Using T-FLASH Card
Copy mapping applications, map data and media flrles in a T-FLASH card. Insert the
ctrd in the coresponding slot.
[Note]
1. Do not take out the T-FLASH cud while an navigation program is being
run or a media file is being played.
2. To avoid drop or crash ofthe T-FLASH card, do not exert heavy pressue
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Lmsuse
on it or bend it.
3. Avoid using or storing the T-FLASH cud in high tempqatue, high
humidity or direct sunlight. Keep the cud away ftom liquid or conosive
Set
Lanme
Datetime
Calibration
Calihration
substance.
4. Mind the direction while inserting the T-FLASH card to avoid dmaging
the slot or the
cild.
1.4 System Mein Interface and Major Functions
Long press the power key on the top side of the GPS navigator to enter the system
main interface shom below.
navigator via the satellite receiver md display it on the map. Set a destination, and
the system will automatically work out the best path to help the user reach the
destination safely md quickly.
2.1 Map
Due to tansportation development, inconfomity between products and real trafiic
infomation will occw a period after product release. please drive according to road
condition and abide by hafiic regulations.
2.2 Navigation
Navigation paths me for reference only, md the user may decide whether to follow
Function
Music player
Movie
player
Rmdom. sequence md cycle play supponed
WMV, ASF md AVI files supported;
Adjustment of playing progress, pause
<rrnnnned
FM
Calculator
Chapter II GPS
Vuiou navigation mapping applications cm be installed in the GpS navigator, such
as CARELAND md RITU inteltigent navigation systems, which position the
FM chamel to adjust the power
Units can be calculated
Recorded
JPG, GIF, BMPmdPNG fites supported;
zoom in/out and auto
them.
md full-screm
play
2.3 Reception
High md crowded structues (such as inside of tmels, space between high
buildings, undergroud ca puks and undil viaducts), weather chmge or satellite
signals tumoff may influence signal reception, resulting in positioning failue,
inaccwate positioning, navigation failue or system function abnomity.
With stereoscopic maps, instmt mimation, voice prompt md text prompt of the
navigation system, you will appreciate its unique chm md enjoy a great trip.
Different nayigation maps may have differmt operation methods. please follow
insfuctions of conesponding navigation mapping applications.
[Note] Beforc using the GPS navigator, please puchase md instalt mapping
applications md appoint file paths. For setting methods please rcfer to 6.j0 Settikg
[email protected] Pdth.
Chapter III Interface and Operation
J.l Music Player
,uO
E
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.rrtem main interface to
enter the
muic
interface
d shom below.
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B
-$f
Close the mmic player
$
Close
Ctose the Music List
Mhimire the muic player md retm to the Media
rranimize
interface.
music being played.
Add a piece of music on the lelt list to the play list on the
the music being played.
play
Select sequence, mdom or cycle play.
I
Add
all
Et 3;"*"
Play the next
it
volme.
Drag
the
to tum dowi or rightwrd to tum up
E
ff'""
Add all the music on the le1l list to the ptay tist on the nght
Select one piece of music in the play list and tap the icon to
delete it.
Delete all the music in the play list.
Enter the equalizel
Tup
I
in the interface Music Play to enter the Music list shom as below.
E
Close the video player
Play the previous film.
Previous
fitm
Play
Continue playing the paused./ stopped music
r
x
EXKBEI
Stop
Stop the
film being played.
Enter it to select a film to play.
x"1";
Progress
Drag the sliding block teftward to play from
a
previous moment or dghtwild coming moment.
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@isplay
T"p
-
Volume
Drag
it leftwud to tm dom
uptfu
or dghtwild to
tm
the play time md the music duration.
Name
in the video Player interface to enter the video lolder shown as below
Eliitilllt
g
File nme&
fomat
Close
Cment file name md fomat
Close the reader.
Drag the sliding block upwrd/
all content ofthe e-book.
domwad to view
Explanation
ET
Close the video folder
Drag the sliding block upwild/
the files inside the folder
Film name and its fomat
r0
E
I
B
I
Previous
Read the previous page
Read the next page.
Setting
New
bookmrk
Select a text theme, font, word size and bold rype.
Select partial text md tap the icon to create
bookmuk.
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a
E
Bookmmk
tist
Pagel
lIfi
Enter the bookmrk list
bookmrk.
to
select
or
delete a
total
pages
Cment page/ toxal
Close
Close cment folder
Retm
Retm
to the previous folder
pages
Drag
fup
3I
in the e-book reader interface to enter the setting interface shown
as
below.
1
,
Explmation
close
[$|
To create a bookmilk, locare a page
bil in the read"r rrr"rru""
is on. TaD OK to finish.
scroll
Exit the setting intedace
rup E
Theme
@
I
to."r".tuthemeforthee-book.
Tap
I
to r"le"t u font forthe e-book.
Laping
I
o,
I
*;;:: :T:;;;
or.
"ffT;:;
to view created bookmuks in the interface ofBookmuk List shom
as
Font
@
E
rup
Tup
ty
3E
Tap to enable bold type. Tap
it again to cmce1.
in the e-book reader interface to flter the e-book folder shom
Drag the scroll
page
withthe
bil md
select
bmkm.r orop
as
t *r.- *,- ,"- -t. Tup fI
E
to delete the bookmilk
below-
I
Explmation
Icon
t2
Tap
in
the photo browstr interface shown as below.
to go to the
3.8 Calculator
,^o
K
in
thephotobrowserinterfaceshownasbelow.
3.9
,", m
in
,* ml in the photo browser interface shom
thephotohowserinterfaceshownasbetow.
Save cunent setting.
Frequen
cy
,* m
in
a
increase the frequency md
teftwrd (or,"p
E
to reduce the
frequency. The frequency rmge is 88.00
Mhz-108.00 Mhz
t4
below.
thephotobrowserinterfaceshomasbelow.
Drag the slide block ilghtwild (or tap
E,
as
3.10 GPS info
Exit the FM Setting.
ryA
Unit
15
Zoomout
Rotate
E
Tap OK to reset
tie
GPS satellite or tap Cmcel to exit.
3:11 Theme
,", I
n
thephotobrowsu inierface shomro below
"
crose
I
,rn
ES
E
I
EI
as below.
-!$J
close
-flnam
Enter the photo folder to select a photo
Close tlle brcwser md retum to the Media interface.
ffi
folds shom
Scale up
cuent
as
below
Close the cment folder
Retm to the preYious folder
Explmation
View the next photo iq the folder
t6
photo.
Drag the stiding block to view all the photos.
3.13 Explore
View thspreyiew photo in the folder
Zoom in
clockwise.
ExPlmation
brow* interfre shm
'
90'
Cycle play all the photos in the folder from curent
in the browser interface to enter the photo
Browsr
lw
in the photo
Smle down cwent Photo.
Rotate cment photo
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-Eil-- -'-"
,", Iil
3-12 Photo
-,1
'r",
El
in the photo browser interface shorm as belorv.
photo.
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3.17 Nav path
,uo
Hn
f;f
t,n"
select a map addres, uno tup
3.14 Gobmg
*, n
El
to save the setting.
to select a map address.
Tap
Tick in the box to
m
the set navigation map when the
navigator is powered on.
in the photo browso interface shom as below.
3.1 8
Volune
n the photo browser
interfrce shom as below
hoto browser intedace shom as below.
Close
Exit the volume setting
Ten volume grades (from mute to
maximum) available. Tap to decrease the
Power-on
K
musrc
Tap
I
or
I
3.19 Backlight
rup
18
K
toselectpower-onmusic
or disable it.
in trr" pt oto browser interface shom as below
t9
fNote]: Time fomat options are l2-hour and 24-hour
Settins the svstem time zone
tn tt."uUor. inr.reu.". ,rO I
o, X ,o select a time zone. For example, select
"(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi" for China.
3.22 Calibratiot
Tap
fK
,n ,o" rnoro orowser interface shom as below.
Exit the backlight setting.
$fW
Backlishl
K
Autooff
Drag leftwud to tm down or rightwild to
up the backlight.
tm
Auto backlight shutoff after seruice stop for a
period. The options are always On, l0s, 30s,
1m,2m and:m. rap
Y
or
f
to view the
oDtions in cycle or select one.
qage
interface.
Tap no, and the following calibration interface is prompted. Click the center ofcross
cursor with the touch pen and the cursor shifts from the center, upper left, lower
left, upper right and lower fight to finish the calibration md the interface will be
closed automatically to go back to the setting interface
in the photo browser interface shoM as below.
+
3.23 Factory
rap
rup
3 .2
Y
o,
3
to ."1""t u ,yrt
-
language and tap
B
f?
in rtre ptroto browser interface show as belou.
to save the selection.
I Date time
,"0 X
in the photo
brffi
inteface shown
as
Settins the svstem date md time
tnth.ubor.interface,tap
E
",
E
to set the year, month, day, hou md minute.
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2t
3.25 USB
rup
S
m
tl"
ptoto browser interface shom as below.
6.9 USB Setting
Comect the GPS navigator to PC via the MINI USB port to tmsmit data, or back
up data from the navigator data to PC.
You may select
The GPS navigator provides MASS STORAGE md MS STORAGE modes. Select
one in the USB setting.
5.
il
,o .n .,
urB
chilging mode and the system main interface
After commwication, uplug the MINI USB cable.
6.9.2 MS ACTIVESYNC
6.9.I MASS STORAGE
l.
Have the GPS navigator in operation status md the SD card plugged in the stot;
2.
,", fl
1.
T"p
fl
in the setting interface to entel USB Option as shown below.
in the setting interface to enter USB option as shown below.
to save the setting.
Select MASS ACTIVESYNC and tap E
2. Instatl the application Mobile Device in a drive of PC. Then the following icoo
selection.
will appear in the drive
Select MASS
sToMCt
md tap
EI
,o
rrr"
il
i,.
3. Comect the MINI USB teminal of the USB cord to the MINI USB port of the
l{
w
rou,t. n.or..
GPS navigator md the standrd USB teminal to the USB Host port of PC. Then, the
3. Connect the MINI USB terminal of the USB cable to the MINI USB port of the
navigator stop the cment program md switch to the following interface.
GPS navigator and the standard USB teminal to the USB Host port of PC.
a. s"t""t
E
to comect the GPS navigator to
navigator and prompt the following interface.
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PC The PC
will
recognize the
4. After the PC finds new hrdwue, double click the Mobile Device drive in the
selection area to enter the memory ofGPS navigator for data trmsmission.
5. After trmsmission, unplug the USB cable.
lAttention] For data safety back up the navigator data
[Note] If MASS STORAGE is selected while the GPS navigator is connected with
PC, other operations will be suspended.
[AtteDtion] The following operations will stop suspend the communication of the
system md PC and usaved data will be lost.
l. Unplugging the MINI USB cable;
2. Powering offthe GPS navigator;
3. Resetting the system;
4. Tap the on close button on the top dght.
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Chapter IV Troublesho<iting
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Plese carry out the following opmatidns,ic.caqe of abnomal opffition of the
navigator. For furtha problem , pleast contactbu-curstorq seryice center
Fault
.Remon
Low battery
Startup
GPS
Suppty extmal power md chuge
failue
the
dom _
Low battery
sudden power cut
Lowbacklight
No/ vague display
Backlight off
lnconect tapping Touch screm not
System
Low
volune
Poor
-----' of
-' "-, contact
No somds
eilphdne
battery,
Resei the GPS navigator.
SuPPIY"utemal powa md charge
Tmupthebacktight.
Tap the screen
with the touch pan.
Recalibrate the screeD.
'Tui
up the volume.
Cmect
the earphone.
Pmr
usB Comect the USB cable.
PC cmemon
About 3 minutes re needed for
receptron
Poor GPS signal low intensity of local GPS
communication with
GPS signats
failue
Loss ofmap data
satellite sisnal.
Contact you agent or distributor.
Input
new password after
recovering the GPS dala.
Accidmtal
a
deletion
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