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4 Reference Guide (Advanced mode)... 50

4.1 Map screen..... 50

4.1.1 Icons on the map.... 53
4.1.1.1 Battery, GPS position quality and Vehicle type indicator... 54 4.1.1.2 Status indicator strip.... 55 4.1.1.3 Next two route events (Turn Preview fields)... 56
4.1.2 Objects on the map.... 57
4.1.2.1 Streets and roads.... 57 4.1.2.2 3D object types..... 57 4.1.2.3 Elements of the active route.... 58
4.1.3 Detour menu..... 59 4.1.4 Cursor menu..... 59 4.1.5 Position menu..... 61 4.1.6 Route Information screen.... 61 4.1.7 Trip Information screen..... 62
4.1.7.1 Trip Computer screen..... 64
4.1.8 Quick menu.... 64 4.1.9 TMC Events screen.... 66 4.1.10 GPS Data screen.... 67
4.2 Find menu.... 68 4.3 Route menu..... 68 4.4 Manage menu.... 70
4.4.1 Manage Saved Routes.... 70 4.4.2 Manage History.... 71 4.4.3 Manage Track Logs.... 71 4.4.4 Manage Favourites.... 72 4.4.5 Manage POIs..... 72 4.4.6 Manage Saved Search Criteria... 73 4.4.7 User Data Management.... 74

4.5 Settings menu.... 74

4.5.1 Map Screen settings.... 76 4.5.2 Sound settings..... 77 4.5.3 Route Planning options.... 78 4.5.4 Regional settings.... 80 4.5.5 Navigation settings.... 81 4.5.6 Warning settings.... 82 4.5.7 GPS settings..... 83 4.5.8 TMC settings..... 83 4.5.9 Menu settings.... 84 4.5.10 Device settings..... 85 4.5.11 Track Log settings.... 86
5 Glossary..... End User Licence Agreement... 89
1 Warnings and Safety information
NavNGo iGO 8 is a navigation system that helps you find your way to your destination with a connected GPS receiver. NavNGo iGO 8 does not transmit your GPS position; others cannot track you. It is important that you look at the display only when it is safe to do so. If you are the driver of the vehicle, we recommend that you operate NavNGo iGO 8 before you start your journey. Plan the route before your departure and stop if you need to change something in the route. NavNGo iGO 8 has a Safety Mode: if you turn on Safety Mode, you cannot change anything in NavNGo iGO 8 while the vehicle is moving at a speed of 10 km/h (6 mph) or higher. Unless only passengers operate NavNGo iGO 8, we strongly encourage you to turn on Safety Mode. You must obey the traffic signs and follow the road geometry. If you deviate from the route that NavNGo iGO 8 recommended, NavNGo iGO 8 changes the instructions accordingly. Never place mobile devices where it obstructs the driver's view, where it is in the deployment zone of an airbag or where it might cause injuries in an accident. For more information, consult the End User Licence Agreement (page 89).

2 Getting started with NavNGo iGO 8
NavNGo iGO 8 is optimised for in-car use. You can use it easily by tapping the screen buttons and the map with your fingertips. NavNGo iGO 8 can plan routes throughout the whole installed map set; you do not need to change maps or switch to a poorly detailed general map to navigate between map segments or countries.
Using the retractable stylus Double tapping the screen Tapping and holding the screen

Instructions

You do not need a stylus to use NavNGo iGO 8. Tap the buttons and the map with your fingertips. You do not need to tap the screen twice for any action. With buttons and controls, a single tap is enough. You do not need this to access the basic navigation functions. Tap and keep pressing the following buttons to reach extra functions: on the Map screen: you can set the minimum and Tap and hold maximum zoom level of Smart Zoom. buttons on the Tap and hold any of the Map screen: you can set or reset the zoom value of the button (2D map). buttons on the Tap and hold any of the Map screen: you can set or reset the tilt and zoom values of the button (3D map). Tap and hold menu appears. Tap and hold any of the on list and menu screens: the Navigation
buttons on the Map screen: you can rotate, tilt or scale the map continuously. on keyboard screens: you can delete Tap and hold several characters quickly. Tap and hold continuously. or in long lists: you can scroll pages
Tap and hold the buttons in the Quick menu to open screens related with the function of the button from the Manage menu or the Settings menu. In portrait screen orientation there are symbols (instead of labels) on the buttons at the bottom of the screen. Tap and hold any of these buttons, and its name pops up at the centre of the screen.

Gestures (drag&drop)

You do not need gestures to access the basic navigation features. You need to drag and drop the screen only in cases like: Moving the handle on a slider.
Moving the map: grab the map, and move it in the desired direction. Shortcut to open the Map screen: slide your finger from the bottom right corner to the bottom left corner on any screen. Shortcut to open the Navigation menu: slide your finger from the top left corner to the bottom left corner on any screen.

Start using NavNGo iGO 8

When NavNGo iGO 8 is started the first time, you need to do the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Select the written language of the application interface. Later you can change it in Settings (page 80). Select the language and speaker used for voice guidance messages. Later you can change it in Settings (page 80). Read and accept the End User Licence Agreement (page 89). Select whether to start the program in Simple mode or in Advanced mode. Later you can switch between the two operating modes in Settings.

2.3.3 Lane information and Signposts
When navigating on multilane roads, it is important to take the appropriate lane in order to follow the recommended route. If lane information is available in the map data, NavNGo iGO 8 displays the lanes and their directions using small arrows either at the bottom or at the top of the map (the position of these arrows can be modified in Map Screen settings). Arrows in yellow represent the lanes you need to take. Where there is additional information available, signposts substitute arrows. Signposts are always displayed at the top of the map. The colour and style of the signposts are similar to the real ones you can see above road or by the roadside. They show the available destinations and the number of the road the lane leads to. All signposts look similar when cruising (when there is no recommended route). When navigating a route, only that signpost is displayed in vivid colours that points to the lane(s) to be taken; all others are darkened out.
2.3.4 Status information and hidden controls on the map
The following information appears in the rounded field in the top left corner, the Turn Preview field. When tapping this area, the result depends on the information currently shown.

Information

There is no active route in Simple mode There is no active route in Advanced mode
If there is no route to be navigated in Tap this area to open Simple mode, this icon appears in the Find Address. Turn Preview field.
If there is no route to be navigated in Tap this area to open Advanced mode, this icon appears in Find. the Turn Preview field. There is no valid GPS If an active route exists, and there is Tap this area to open position. no valid GPS position, the view of the the Route Information sky above you is shown with coloured screen. dots for each satellite. Some dots need to turn green to be able to navigate.
If the icon is a static picture, route calculation is needed
Tap this area to make NavNGo iGO 8 recalculate the recommended route. Automatic off-route recalculation is also reenabled. If the icon is animated, NavNGo iGO 8 is calculating or Nothing happens if you route calculation is in recalculating the route. tap this area of the progress screen. Next route event (next GPS position and an active route are Tap this area to open manoeuvre) the Route Information available, and you navigate the recommended route. This area gives screen. you information about the type and distance of the next route event.

Saving POIs

To save a POI, place the Cursor ( , ) at the desired location, then tap the following buttons:. ,

Managing POIs

You can select which POI groups to show and which ones to hide on the map, and from which zoom levels POI icons are visible. At the same place you can manage your saved POIs. A saved POI can be renamed, moved to a different POI group, its icon can be changed, or a phone number and additional information can be added to it. Tap the following buttons: , ,.
2.4.10 Road Safety Cameras
The location of a Road Safety Camera is a special POI. These cannot be searched like other POIs, and there is a special proximity warning only for cameras. Is the device shipped with a built-in database of Road Safety Cameras? Can Road Safety Camera locations be uploaded in a text file? Can you save the Cursor as the location of a Road Safety Camera? No Yes Yes
Saving Road Safety Cameras
To save the location of a Road Safety Camera, place the Cursor ( tap the following buttons: Note! , , ) at the desired location, then.
This button is not displayed when GPS position is not available or if you are in certain countries where Road Safety Camera warning is prohibited. Even if the button is available, you are responsible for checking whether it is legal to use this feature at your location.

Camera warning

The warning for Road Safety Cameras can be turned on in Warning Settings. Tap the following buttons: , , ,.
When you approach a Road Safety Camera with the warning enabled, the following happens: Visible Warning: The type and distance of the camera is displayed in the secondary Turn Preview field (for example ).
Audible Warning: If there is no speed limit specified for the camera, or your speed is under the specified speed limit, single beeps warn you about the camera. If you exceed the speed limit of the camera, the following also happens: Visible Warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in the corner of the map (for example: ),
Audible Warning: A special alert sound is played.

2.4.10.1 Camera types

There are different types of Road Safety Cameras.
Some speed cameras stand by the roadside, looking in one direction, measuring one or both directions of the traffic. They measure your current speed. For these speed cameras you can specify the controlled traffic direction and the speed limit. NavNGo iGO 8 warns you when you approach these speed cameras in the measured direction. If your speed exceeds the speed limit near the speed camera, NavNGo iGO 8 plays a special warning sound. Some speed cameras are operated from vehicles. They do not always work and they are not set to check a preset speed limit. The warning is similar to fixed speed cameras, but as there is no speed limit given, only the proximity is announced. Some speed cameras are built into traffic lights. They work like fixed speed cameras, but they are difficult to spot. The warning for proximity and speeding is the same as for the fixed speed cameras. These speed cameras work in pairs, and do not measure your current speed but your average speed between the two speed cameras. Both identify your car and record the exact time you pass them. They use the difference between the two points in time to calculate your average speed. NavNGo iGO 8 warns you when you approach one of these speed cameras, but as you pass by, the warning stays on, and your average speed is measured until you reach another speed camera of this type. If your average speed exceeds the speed limit between the two speed cameras, you receive the same special warning sound as with the other speed camera types. In the rare case NavNGo iGO 8 cannot register the moment you pass the second speed camera (for example, it is placed at the exit of a tunnel where GPS position is not yet available) the warning continues. Just tap the speed camera symbol displayed on the screen to stop the warning. Tap again to display the second route event with the possibility to open the Itinerary.

Mobile

Built-in

Section control

Red light
These cameras check if you obey traffic lights. The warning is similar to mobile speed cameras: as there is no speed limit given, only the proximity is announced.
2.4.10.2 Camera directions
A speed camera can measure the speed of one direction of the traffic, both directions, or even several directions in an intersection, when they are mounted on a rotating base. The same directions apply to red light cameras. NavNGo iGO 8 warns you only if you drive in a measured or possibly measured direction. The measured direction of the camera appears with the following symbols:
The camera checks speed in the direction into which you are driving. The camera checks speed in the opposite driving direction.
The camera checks speed in both directions on the road. The camera can check speed in any direction.
2.4.11 Speed limit warning
Maps sometimes contain information about the speed limits of the road segments. This information may not be available for your region (ask your local dealer) or may not be fully correct for all roads on the map. You can configure NavNGo iGO 8 to warn you if you exceed the current limit. Tap the following buttons: , , ,.
When you exceed the speed limit, the following happens: Visible Warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in the corner of the map (for example: ). Audible Warning: A voice message is played using the selected voice guidance profile.
2.4.12 TMC (Traffic Message Channel)
NavNGo iGO 8 can provide you with even better routes if Traffic Message Channel (TMC) information is available. TMC is a specific application of the FM Radio Data System (RDS) used for broadcasting real-time traffic and weather information. TMC is enabled by default in NavNGo iGO 8. Note! TMC is not a global service. It may not be available in your country or region. Ask your local dealer for coverage details.
You need a TMC receiver attached to your device to receive TMC data. Your mobile devices may contain the TMC receiver device that is needed to receive TMC data. Ask your local dealer. If public TMC data is broadcast at your location, NavNGo iGO 8 automatically takes into account the TMC data received. You do not need to set anything in the program. The receiver will automatically search the FM radio stations for TMC data, and the decoded information will immediately be used in route planning. The moment NavNGo iGO 8 receives traffic information that may affect your route, the program will warn you that it is recalculating the route, and navigation will continue with a new route that is optimal considering the most up-to-date traffic conditions. You can access the list of TMC events, change TMC related settings, and select or ignore specific

Select the settlement from the list. button. (Simple
3.1.2.6 Entering an address with a postal code
All of the above address searching possibilities can be performed with entering the postal code instead of the settlement name. Find below an example with a full address: The procedure is explained starting from the Navigation menu. 1. 2. Tap the following buttons: (Simple mode), or , (Advanced mode).
By default, NavNGo iGO 8 proposes the country/state and settlement where you are. If needed, tap the button with the name of the country/state, and select a different one from the list. Tap the button with the name of the settlement, and enter the postal code: 1. 2. Start entering the postal code on the keyboard. Get to the list of results: After entering a couple of numbers, matching results appear in a list. Tap automatically. to open the list of results before it appears
Pick the settlement from the list.
to finish entering the address. (Simple
3.1.2.7 Tips on entering addresses quickly
When you are entering the name of a settlement or a street, NavNGo iGO 8 only displays those characters that appear in possible search results. The other characters are greyed out. button When entering the settlement name or the street name, tap the after a couple of letters; NavNGo iGO 8 lists the items that contain the specified letters. You can speed up finding an intersection: Search first for the street with a less common or less usual name; fewer letters are enough to find it. If one of the streets is shorter, search for that one first. You can then find the second one faster.
You can search for both the type and the name of a road. If the same word appears in several names, for example in the name of streets, roads and avenues, you can obtain the result faster if you enter the first letter of the street type: For example, enter Pi A to obtain Pine Avenue and skip all Pine Streets and Pickwick Roads.
You can also search in postal codes. This is useful when a street name is common and it is used in several districts of a city.
3.1.3 Selecting the destination from your Favourites

Every time a new point is added, the route is recalculated automatically, and you can start navigating right away.
3.3 Creating a multi-point route (appending a new destination)
destination Multi-point routes are created from simple routes, so a route must be active first. One of the ways of expanding the route is to add a new destination. The previous destination becomes the last via point of the route. This feature is available in Advanced mode only. 1. 2. Select a new location as you did in the previous sections. This will be the additional destination in the route. The map appears with the selected point in the middle, and the Cursor menu opens automatically.

3. 4. 5.

to open the full Cursor menu with the additional functions.
Tap to add the point as a new final destination demoting the previous one to the last intermediate destination. [optional] To add more points to the route, repeat the above steps as many times as you like.
Every time a new point is added, the route is recalculated automatically and you can start navigating right away.

3.4 Editing the route

This feature is available in Advanced mode only. Tap the following buttons: , ,.
The list of route points appear with the start point at the top of the list and the final destination at the bottom. If several via points exist, you might need to scroll between pages. Tap one of the route points in the list. You have the following options:
The selected point moves up in the list (becomes a via point to be reached earlier). Tap this button repeatedly, and the point becomes the start point of the route (when routing from a given location) or the first via point to reach (when routing from the GPS position). The selected point moves down in the list (becomes a via point to be reached later). Tap this button repeatedly, and the point becomes the final destination of the route. Tap this button to reverse the route. The start point becomes the destination, the destination becomes the start point, and all via points are to be reached in the opposite order than before. Tap this button to optimise the route. The start point and the destination remain at their position, but the via points are reordered to make the shortest possible route. Tap this button to remove the selected point from the route.

Recording the travelled path (creating a Track Log)
1. 2. 3. Start driving. Tap the following buttons: Start the recording: tap the , ,. button.
You return to the map and you can continue driving. 4. Repeat the above steps, then tap iGO 8 labels the Track Log with a time stamp. later to stop the recording. NavNGo
(As an alternative, you can tap the Log recording.)
button in the Quick menu to start, and later to stop the Track
Simulating a Track Log on the map
1. 2. 3. 4. Tap the following buttons: , ,. button next to it.
Locate the desired Track Log, and then tap the
The map returns, and the Track Log simulation (a life-like replay) begins. You can stop the replay any time by tapping the button.
Changing the colour of a Track Log
1. 2. Tap the following buttons: , ,.
Tap the desired Track Log and then tap one of the colour buttons.
3.12 Saving the active route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only. The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen. 1. 2. Tap the following buttons: , ,.
Enter a name for the saved route, and then tap
When you save a route, NavNGo iGO 8 not only saves the route points but the whole itinerary: The saved route might have been influenced by TMC information. When you later use the route, it appears as it was saved. But if it needs to be recalculated, the current TMC information will be used in the new route. If you updated your map since you first saved the route, NavNGo iGO 8 recognises the change, and recalculates the driving instructions according to the latest available map information. If you want to save the route, you need to save it before you start navigating. During navigation, NavNGo iGO 8 deletes any via points that you already left behind together with the road segments used to reach it.
3.13 Loading a saved route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only. The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen. 1. 2. 3. Tap the following buttons: , ,.
Tap the route you wish to navigate. In the very likely case when the start position of the saved route is different from the current GPS position, you need to confirm whether you want to stop navigating from the current GPS position to use the start point of the loaded route. If you choose this option, automatic off-route recalculation will be disabled. If you choose to keep the current GPS position as the start point, the route will be recalculated starting from your current position.
The map appears, and you can start navigating.
4 Reference Guide (Advanced mode)
On the following pages you will find the description of the different menu screens of NavNGo iGO 8 in Advanced mode. In Simple mode, these functions work the same way, but only a few of them are available.

The Navigation menu:

NavNGo iGO 8 starts with the Navigation menu. From there you can access the following screens:

If you tap the previous button, this one replaces it.
Most of the fields on this screen have a symbol next to them. This symbol shows whether the field it is attached to is shown on the map as a Trip Data. It also shows the position of the data as follows:
This value is not shown on the map screen.
This value appears on the map screen in the Trip Data area. This is the value at the top. This value appears on the map screen in the Trip Data area. This is the value in the middle. This value appears on the map screen in the Trip Data area. This is the value at the bottom.
4.1.7.1 Trip Computer screen
The Trip Computer screen provides collected trip data. It can be opened from the Trip Information screen by tapping.
The fields on this screen are continuously updated while you keep the screen open. You can switch between the trips, pause then resume them, or reset their data. You have the following functions on this screen:
Pauses the trip currently shown on the screen. Values on the screen stop changing. This button replaces the previous one if it has been activated. Tap it to resume collecting trip data. Resets all counters of the currently shown trip. Collecting trip data is restarted only when NavNGo iGO 8 receives a position from the GPS. Cycles through all trips.

4.1.8 Quick menu

The Quick menu is a selection of controls that are frequently needed during navigation. It can be
opened directly from the Map screen by tapping
If you tap any of the switches in the Quick menu except for the Vehicle type, the Map screen immediately returns. A switch is on if its lamp is lit. The Vehicle type button is different. It is a multivalue button. It opens a list of available choices, and the symbol of the selected vehicle is shown on the button.

Master Volume slider

Main function (single tap)

Function (tap and hold)

Adjusts the sound volume of the device. All n/a sounds of the application are affected. If you only adjust the volume, you need to Opens the Navigation menu. use this button to return to the Map screen. Mutes all sounds of NavNGo iGO 8. Opens Sound settings.
Opens Colour Profiles settings. Switches between the daytime and night colour schemes manually. This will not disable the automatic switching between the two schemes: the other colour scheme returns at the next scheduled time. 3D buildings can be displayed on the map. Use this switch to suppress them temporarily. Opens 3D Settings.
Tap this button and select the Vehicle type Opens Route Planning options. to be used for route calculation. Otherwise it is selected in Route Planning options in Settings (page 78). Changing the Vehicle type triggers an automatic route recalculation. Turns track log recording on or off otherwise Opens Manage Track Logs. controlled on the Manage Track Logs screen. Opens the GPS Data screen with satellite n/a information, data coming from the GPS receiver, and a shortcut to the GPS Settings screen if needed (GPS receiver detection is automatic). When a TMC receiver is connected to n/a NavNGo iGO 8, this button opens the list of TMC messages, and provides access to the TMC Settings and the radio station settings screens.

4.1.9 TMC Events screen

You can access the list of TMC events, change TMC related settings, and select or ignore specific
The list of current TMC events is displayed first, ordered by their distance from your current position. To change the content or the list or the sequence of the list items, tap :
Sort Events by Event List
Sort the list of TMC events in the following ways: Distance: The list is ordered by the distance of the TMC event in a straight line from your current GPS position. Road Name: The list is ordered by the name of the road concerned by the TMC event. Type: The list is ordered by the type of the TMC event.
The content of the TMC event list can be filtered: All Events: All TMC events received by NavNGo iGO 8 appear in the list. On Route: Only TMC events concerning a part of your active route appear in the list.
To check the currently received FM radio station, to exclude radio stations or to manually tune to a radio station, tap :

Use Auto-tuner

If Auto-tuner is enabled, the tuner of NavNGo iGO 8 sweeps through the FM CCIR radio band searching for a TMC signal. The first station with TMC data will be used automatically. When no TMC signal is available, the tuner keeps on searching. Turn off Auto-tuner to select a radio station manually. When Auto-tuner is turned off, search for the desired radio station manually with these buttons. Push this button to put the currently received FM radio station on an exception list, and make NavNGo iGO 8 search for another station instead.

, Exclude This Station

Show Excluded Stations This button opens the list of radio stations previously excluded. You can reenable any or all of the excluded stations.

4.1.10 GPS Data screen

Tap the following buttons: , and then GPS Data screen and to see the status of GPS reception.

to open the

Colour
GPS position quality indicator
NavNGo iGO 8 has a connection to the GPS receiver and GPS position information is available in 3D: NavNGo iGO 8 can calculate both your horizontal and vertical GPS position. NavNGo iGO 8 has a connection to the GPS receiver and GPS position information is available in 2D: only the horizontal position is calculated, NavNGo iGO 8 cannot calculate your vertical GPS position. NavNGo iGO 8 has a connection to the GPS receiver but GPS position information is not available. NavNGo iGO 8 has no connection to the GPS receiver.

Yellow

Red Green, blinking Yellow, blinking
GPS connection quality indicator NavNGo iGO 8 is connected to the GPS receiver. NavNGo iGO 8 has no connection to the GPS receiver but it is still trying to establish a connection. NavNGo iGO 8 has no connection to the GPS receiver and is not trying to establish a connection. The virtual sky shows the visible part of the sky above you, with your position as the centre. The satellites are shown at their current positions. The GPS receives data from both the green

Red, blinking

Sky view circle
and yellow satellites. Signals from the yellow satellites are only received, while green ones are used by the GPS receiver to calculate your current location.

n/a n/a

Coordinates Status bar for the satellites
Your current GPS position in WGS84 format. Dark bars are for the yellow and lit bars are for the green satellites. The more satellites your GPS tracks (the green ones), the better is your calculated position.

4.2 Find menu

Select the destination of your route. Tap the following buttons: ,.
If you know at least a part of the address, this is the quickest way to find the location.

Reference

page 32
You can select your destination from the thousands of page 40 POIs included with NavNGo iGO 8 or from the ones you have previously created. The destinations that you have already entered in NavNGo page 42 iGO 8 are available in the History list. You can select your destination by entering its coordinates. You can select a prevously saved Favourite location as your destination. Opens a special 2D map screen optimised for route planning. Only the Zoom in and Zoom out buttons and the route modification buttons of the Cursor menu appear. page 42 page 40

4.3 Route menu

Save, load and edit your routes. Tap the following buttons: ,.
Opens a screen with useful route data.

page 61

You can browse the driving instructions that NavNGo iGO page follows during navigation. You can exclude manoeuvres or streets to adjust the route to your preferences. You can modify the route: remove route points or change page 44 their order. Erase the active route with all its route points (start point, via points and destination). If you later decide that you need the same route, you will have to rebuild it from scratch. You can save the active route for later use. You can load a previously saved route for navigation. Opens the Route settings screen with controls to modify the vehicle, the road types used for route calculation, or the route calculation method. You can run a demonstration of the route at high speed. page 47

Safety Mode

4.5.7 GPS settings
You can set up the connection to the GPS receiver. Tap the following buttons:. , ,

GPS receiver.

The first line of the screen informs you about the connection status of the GPS receiver. Connecting the GPS receiver is automatic in NavNGo iGO 8, so normally you will not need this screen of settings at all.
GPS Enabled Port Baud Rate Autodetect
Turn the connection to the GPS receiver on or off. Turning off the GPS receiver can be useful for indoors use or demonstration purposes. The communication port used between the GPS receiver and the application. The communication speed used between the GPS receiver and the application. Tap this button and let NavNGo iGO 8 find and connect to the GPS receiver.

4.5.8 TMC settings

You can set up the connection to the TMC receiver. If the TMC receiver is working, you can select the radio station to be received. Tap the following buttons: , ,.
If there is no TMC receiver connected to NavNGo iGO 8, you have the following options:

No TMC Hardware Found!

The first line of the screen informs you about the connection status of the GPS receiver. Connecting the TMC receiver is automatic in NavNGo iGO 8, so normally you will not need this screen of settings at all.
Protocol Port Baud Rate Autodetect
The communication protocol used between the TMC receiver and the application. The communication port used between the TMC receiver and the application. The communication speed used between the TMC receiver and the application. Tap this button and let NavNGo iGO 8 find and connect to the TMC receiver.
With a TMC receiver already connected, you can manage the radio stations that broadcast TMC messages:
If Auto-tuner is enabled, the tuner of NavNGo iGO 8 sweeps through the FM CCIR radio band searching for a TMC signal. The first station with TMC data will be used automatically. When no TMC signal is available, the tuner keeps on searching. Turn off Auto-tuner to select a radio station manually. When Auto-tuner is turned off, search for the desired radio station manually with these buttons. Push this button to put the currently received FM radio station on an exception list, and make NavNGo iGO 8 search for another station instead. This button opens the list of radio stations previously excluded. You can reenable any or all of the excluded stations.
, Exclude This Station Show Excluded Stations

4.5.9 Menu settings

You can modify the look and behaviour of the Menu screens. Tap the following buttons: ,. ,

Animation

You can activate and deactivate the Menu animations. When animation is turned on, buttons on Menu and keyboard screens appear in an animated way. You can choose the image to be used as the menu background image. You can choose from a list of available skins to change the look of NavNGo iGO 8.

The GPS receiver uses satellite signals to calculate its (your) position and needs at least four signals to give a three-dimensional position, including elevation. Because the satellites are moving and because objects can block the signals, your GPS device might not receive four signals. If three satellites are available, the receiver can calculate the horizontal GPS position but the accuracy is lower and the GPS device does not give you elevation data: only 2D reception is possible.

Active route

The currently navigated route. You can save and load routes in NavNGo iGO 8, but only one route can be active at any given time, and it is always active until you delete it, reach your destination or you quit NavNGo iGO 8. See also: Route.

City Centre

The City Centre is not the geometric centre of the settlement but an arbitrary point the map creators have chosen. In towns and villages, it is usually the most important intersection; in larger cities, it is an important intersection.

GPS accuracy

Several factors have impact on the deviation between your real position and the one given by the GPS device. For example, signal delay in the ionosphere or reflecting objects near the GPS device have a different and varying impact on how accurately the GPS device can calculate your position.
NavNGo iGO 8 works with digital maps which are not simply the computerised versions of traditional paper maps. Similarly to the paper road maps, the 2D mode of digital maps show you streets, roads, and elevation is also shown by colours. In 3D mode, you can see the altitude differences, for example valleys and mountains, elevated roads, and in selected cities 3D landmarks and 3D buildings are also displayed. You can use digital maps interactively: you can zoom in and out (increase or decrease the scale), you can tilt them up and down, and rotate them left and right. In GPS-supported navigation, digital maps facilitate route planning.

North-up map orientation

In North-up mode the map is rotated so its top always faces North. This is the orientation in 2D Northup map view mode and in Overview mode. See also: Track-up map orientation.

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