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Connect the mini plug of the car adapter into the DC IN jack on the side of the device. Connect the other plug of the car adapter into the car cigarette socket.
SIRF III Chipset operates behind athermic windshield
II. Navigation manual
Welcome to the world of mobile navigation! With Invion, you can steer into a new era of mobile navigation. Simple operation, clear maps in 2D or 3D mode as well as numerous innovative features and functions have made Invion the essential guide for every traveler whether in the car, on foot or by bike.
Invion provides the following features for easy navigation: Route calculation within seconds High quality 2D/3D maps with display of street names QuickNav button for travel to a predetermined address Address input via a full-size keyboard optimized for finger input Storing of any location one click away Cross border navigation without switching maps Address retrieval from History, Favorites, or Points of Interest (POI) Planning and optimizing of multi-stop trips Car navigation with fastest or shortest route Pedestrian navigation in parks and town centers Fast installation, no activation Short tutorial for an easy start Day and night views and turn-by-turn information
When you first start the navigation system, a message box appears prompting you to open the Guided Tour program. The Guided Tour is an excellent way of becoming familiar with the different navigation features available. You can also start the Guided Tour any time, by tapping the Tutorial button from the Extras menu.
If you have other questions about the software, please contact your supplier.
2. Getting Started
When you start the device for the first time, the End User License Agreement screen appears. Please review the license information and tap the Agree button. The End User License Agreement screen appears for each map change where the user has not agreed to the license information.
End User License Agreement
When you start, the Driver Warning Message screen appears.
Figure 1- Driver Warning Agreement
Please take a moment to review the information provided before tapping the Agree button. Select the Do not display this warning again checkbox to skip this message when starting.
Initial Configuration Wizard
This wizard lets you easily configure the system settings before using the device by providing a step-by-step setup process to select an option for: Language Settings Lets you set text and voice language preferences. GPS Settings Lets you set GPS configurations. Units of Measure Lets you specify the system measurement units. Prompts Lets you specify the general navigation prompts that you want to appear and how direction notifications are displayed (for example, Text or Symbol). QuickNav Settings Lets you specify an address or point of interest that the device navigates to when you tap the QuickNav button on the Main Map screen. Tap the Next button to move from screen to screen. Tap the Done button on the QuickNav screen to save your configuration choices and exit the wizard. The top menu appears.
Destinations - Provides the central navigation features, such as Addresses, Recent Locations, My Favorites, and POI (Points of Interest). Options Provides 2D/3D and Day/Night map view options, and the following submenus: Route Manager Displays features relating to route information, avoiding roads, and setting up the QuckNav route. Map Manager Displays features relating to selecting maps and specifying map settings. Extras Displays add-on features. Settings Provides setting options to configure the navigation system. button from the Main Map screen to display You can press the Menu the top menu, as shown below. Top Menu
The Address button lets you navigate to an address, as described in Enter Address (see Enter Address on page 17). The Recent Locations button lets you navigate to a previously visited destination, as described in Recent Locations (on page 22). The My Favorites button lets you navigate to a favorite location, as described in My Favorites (on page 23).
Figure 2 - Destinations Menu
The Points of Interest button lets you navigate to thousands of interesting places. For more information, see POI (Points of Interest) (on page 26). The Cancel Route button stops the current navigation.
The Map button lets you return to the Main Map screen. The Next button lets you move between the Destinations and Options menus.
The Day/Night Mode toggle button lets you display the map view for either day or night driving. For a display of day and night maps, see Map Views (on page 15). The 2D/3D Mode toggle button lets you display the map view in 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional views for either day or night driving. For a display of 2D and 3D maps, see Map Views (on page 15).
The Route Manager button displays a menu that lets you select from the following route buttons: Show Route, Turn-by-Turn, Route Playback, Avoid Road, and QuickNav. For more information, see Route Manager (on page 29). The Map Manager button displays a menu that lets you select from the following map buttons: Select Map, Pedestrian Mode, Free Map Browsing, Units of Measure, and Map Settings. For more information, see Map Manager (on page 34). The Extras button displays a menu that lets you select additional features. For more information, see Extras (on page 36).
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Settings Menu button, at the bottom of the Options menu, lets you The Settings configure your settings options.
The Prompts button lets you specify the types of voice or visual prompts that you want to use. For more information, see Prompts (on page 39). The Language button lets you select the language for announcing travel prompts, street names, and driving directions. For more information, see Language Settings (on page 40).
Figure 7 - Settings Menu
The GPS Signal button lets you configure the GPS settings. For more information, see GPS Settings (on page 40). The Help button opens a text file providing technical support information. The Start Demo button lets the device display a simulated route. Many of the navigation features are disabled when the Demo is running. You can end the Demo by tapping the Stop Demo button. The About button opens an information box, displaying the software version and copyright information.
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You can use the icons displayed on this screen to plan and view your route.
Directions Bar Current Location GPS-Generated Information
Zoom Out Compass Quick Nav Volume GPS Status Figure 8 - Map Screen
Zoom In Power Indicator Menu Button
Current location in Vehicle Mode. Current location in Pedestrian Mode. Last known location when GPS signal is unreliable.
Travel direction The red GPS receiver means that a reliable GPS signal is not yet located. The green GPS receiver means that a reliable GPS signal is located and that you are ready to navigate. These icons display your power source, electricity or battery. The battery appears as green, yellow, or red depending on whether the battery is recharged or weak. The GPS bar is a toggle button that displays the remaining travel distance and travel time, estimated time of arrival, street name and address number, and speed and altitude. When you have calculated a route, the Directions bar displays information about your next turn. Click this bar for a complete list of turn-by-turn directions.
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When you first start navigating you will hear the message Signal too low. This message means that your navigation device hasnt yet located a reliable GPS signal. Check that your device is connected to the cigarette lighter and has a clear view of the sky. The GPS not found message means that there is not GPS antenna or the antenna is not properly installed. For more information about GPS, see GPS Settings (on page 40). Please check that: The GPS antenna is extended or flipped up. The GPS antenna has a clear view of the sky for uninterrupted GPS reception. The navigation system cannot calculate the route if there is no GPS reception (for example, in a tunnel). The navigation device is charged or connected to the cigarette lighter. From the Options menu, you can determine whether you want to see a twodimensional or three-dimensional map in daylight or nighttime conditions.
GPS Not Found
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You can navigate to any point by tapping its location directly on the Main Map screen in both 2D and 3D map view. This feature is especially helpful when you want to navigate to a specific point on the map, but you dont have the street address. When you tap on the map, the context menu appears with the following options:
Point on the Map
Go There This button lets you calculate a route from the map point. Add to My Favorites This button lets you save a point on the map as a favorite destination. This is helpful if you see a location that you want to return you later. Set as Origin This button lets you designate the selected point as the starting point and not the destination, which lets you calculate a route from a point other than your current location.
Figure 13 - Point on the Map Options
The following buttons appear on many of the navigation screens.
When you tap the Next button for a selected address, group, or place, the software automatically opens the next screen in the sequence. When you tap the Back button, the software returns you to the previous screen. When you tap the Go button, the software calculates the route to your selected destination. The Actions button provides a list of command options available for the selected address or place. The Save, OK, or Done buttons confirm your value preferences and returns you to the menu or map.
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Every navigation function, such as Address, POI, or My Favorites consists of a sequence of screens. You can cycle through the screen sequences by either: Selecting an item from the list and tapping it. Selecting an item from the list and tapping the Next button. The sequence ends with the Show on Map screen, where the destination is displayed and the Go button is available for you to calculate a route. Note: You must first select an item for Actions, Next and Back buttons to be enabled.
Cycling Through Screens
3. Search for a Location
When you tap the Address button, the Address screen appears as shown below.
Figure 14 - Display the Address Screen
Note: For United States maps, an additional States address screen appears. 17
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You can use the keyboard to enter the characters of the address name. The characters appear in the Address field. The software automatically searches the Address list for the first occurrence of the entered characters. After you have selected a city, the software displays the next address field, such as street and address number. You can also tap the Next button to move through the sequence of address screens. The following command keys are available to enhance your search process:
If the automatic search feature does not find the specified search entry, use the Find button to conduct a sub-search, particularly useful when the address name consists of two or more words. The Scroll buttons let you move up or down the list of address items, such as town or street names. The Hide/Display Keyboard toggle button lets you extend or shorten the address list by hiding or displaying the keyboard. Note: When the number of address search results fit on a single screen, the keyboard is automatically hidden, displaying the address list only. If the search results do not display the desired address, display the keyboard and enter additional search characters. The Select key lets you display lowercase, numeric, and special characters This button also displays different alphabet characters (for example, Greek). The operating system installed on the device must be able to support these characters. The Erase key lets you delete the last character in an address field.
You can change your address search method by tapping the Mode button to select from a variety of address formats, as described in Address Modes (see Address Modes on page 19).
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Note: If the entered characters are not found at the beginning of the name in the Address list, the Smart Search System automatically searches for the entered characters throughout the entire list, for example, in the middle or the end of the name. The software lets you search for city and street names without having special characters, such as umlauts or accent marks, which are used in many European languages. Address Modes You can define the information used to locate an address by tapping the Mode button. The software provides a variety of options for entering an address.
This option selects the route that takes the least amount of time. Quick is the default value. This option selects the route that is the shorter distance. Remember, the shorter route may not always be the quickest, as you are able to travel faster on some roads than on others.
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When you have specified the address, you can instruct the navigation system how to calculate your route by tapping either the Quick or Short button. When you are ready, tap the selected destination. button to create a route to your
Note: Route generation excludes any detours, stops or delays along the route.
The Recent Locations screen lets you select an existing destination from a list of destinations that you have previously traveled to. this software automatically stores the last 64 destinations in memory. As each new route is added to the top of the list, the older destinations at the bottom are erased. To navigate to a recent destination, tap the Recent Locations button. From the Recent Locations screen, select a location and tap the Show or Next button. A map appears showing the specified location. Tap the Go button to calculate the route.
Figure 17 - Calculate your Destination
From this screen, you can tap the Actions button to select from the following command options.
Set as Origin Delete Item Clear List Information Lets you designate the selected location as the route origin. You would use this command when calculating a route from a point other than your current location. Lets you delete a recent location. Lets you clear all locations in the Recent Locations screen. This button displays the locations address information.
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A Favorite is a destination that you have stored for easy retrieval. To access a favorite destination, open the Destinations menu and tap the My Favorites button. The My Favorites screen displays your favorites groups. When you tap on a selected group, the navigation system automatically displays its stored locations. Tap the selected location to show your destination on a map. Tap the GO button to calculate your route.
Figure 18 - Travel to a Favorite Location
Note: The My Favorites folder is the default folder where all favorites are stored if not assigned to a group. The Show Map screen also lets you set your route type, Faster or Shorter. For more information, see Go to your Destination (on page 21). Favorite Groups You can tap the Actions button from the My Favorites screen to add, edit, or delete groups, as described below.
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Route Summary or Cancel Route
The Route Summary button lets you display an overview of your complete route on the Map Manager screen, the total driving distance to your destination, the estimated travel time, and the complete destination address. The Cancel Route button, in the Destinations menu, stops the current navigation and clears the route. This feature is active only after a destination has been set.
Avoid Roads You can specify that certain roads be permanently excluded from your route calculations. Use this feature when you want to avoid congested roads, toll roads, or unsafe streets. From the Route Manager menu, tap the Avoid Roads button. The Avoid Roads screen appears, displaying the Toll Roads, Ferries, and My Roads to Avoid.
Figure 25 Avoid Roads
You can avoid or allow the road categories by tapping the button to include or exclude all items located in the group.
Ferries and Toll Roads are avoided or allowed as an entire group. You cannot allow or avoid specific toll roads or ferry routes. My Roads to Avoid is a default folder that lets you store roads to avoid. You can display the items in this folder and allow or avoid specific roads.
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Avoid Road Groups From the Avoid Roads screen, tap the Actions button. The Actions screen lets you add a group as shown below.
Figure 26 Creating Avoid Road Groups
When you tap the Actions button, you can select from the following commands:
Add Group Create a new a group of roads to avoid. For example, you can create a group called Country Roads where you designate the roads in that area to be avoided. When you tap the Add Group button, the Avoid Roads Group screen appears. Enter the group name and tap Save. Select a group and tap this button to change the group name. When you tap the Edit Group button, the Avoid Roads Group screen appears displaying the group name. Change the group name and tap Save. The new name is displayed on the Avoid Roads screen. Select a group and tap this button to remove the group from the Avoid Roads screen. The road entries in this group are also removed.
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Avoid Road Locations When you tap Default or an Avoid Roads group, the navigation device displays the group screen, which lets you select roads to avoid. From this screen, you can use the Allow or Avoid buttons to include or exclude a selected road when calculating a route.
Figure 27 - Adding a Road to Avoid
Notes: You cannot specify a particular toll road. You can tap the Actions button from this screen to select from the following commands:
Add Road Edit Road Delete Road Show on Map Information Lets you select a road. An address screen appears for you to specify a town and street. When you have completed updating your road information, tap Save. Lets you rename the road and select a different group. When you have made your changes, tap Save. Select a road and tap this button to remove the road from your group. The system no longer avoids the removed road. Lets you show the map with the displayed destination for you to review before creating a route. This button displays the locations address information.
This feature lets you record your route as youre driving and then to play it back on the Main Map screen.
To record a route, tap the Record button in the Route Playback screen. The navigation device shows the Main Map screen and navigates you to the selected destination. To stop recording, return to the Route Playback screen and tap the Stop button. 32
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To playback your recording, select the data file, and tap the Play button. The navigation device plays the recorded route on the Main Map screen. To stop the playback, return to the Route Playback screen and tap the Stop button. Route Playback Actions You can tap the Actions button to display the following commands:
Delete Recording Clear All Recordings Playback Speed This button lets you remove a selected recording. This button removes all recordings. Use the arrow keys to adjust the playback speed. The range is from 100% to 300%.
Quick Navigation You can define the QuickNav location by selecting either the To Predefined Address or To Nearest POI Category in the QuickNav Settings screen. When the location is selected, you can navigate to your address by tapping button displayed on the Main Map screen. the QuickNav For example, if you have selected Gas Stations as the QuickNav destination, when you click the QuickNav button from the Main Map screen, a route is automatically created to the closest gas station.
Figure 28 - Setting the QuickNav Location
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From the Options menu, tap the Map Manager button to display the maps navigation features, as described in the sections below. Select Map This feature lets you change the currently selected map to another map saved on your SD memory card. You can tap the Select Map button to display the maps saved on your SD memory card. The Select Map screen displays map details and version numbers. The map currently used appears at the top of the list.
Figure 29 - Select a Map
You can choose from the following Select Map commands:
Refresh Delete Select Lets you refresh the screen when a new memory card is inserted into the device. Lets you permanently remove a selected map. Note: You cannot delete the current map. Lets you designate a selected map as the current map.
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The Pedestrian Mode button lets you toggle between traveling as a pedestrian or in a vehicle. When in Pedestrian Mode, you can generate a route up to ten miles and you are not limited by vehicle constraints, such as one way streets. When creating a pedestrian route, the software avoids motorways or other roads where pedestrians would not travel. Voice prompts are deactivated in this mode.
Free Map Browsing
This feature lets you browse the map without the GPS receiver returning you to your current location. Tap the Free Map Browsing button to disconnect from the GPS receiver. When you are ready to reconnect to the GPS receiver, go to the
Settings menu and tap the From the GPS signal screen, tap the
Units of Measure
You can tap the Units of Measure button to specify the measurement system you would want to use. You can select: Miles/Yards Miles, 10th of a Mile Kilometers/Meters
You can tap the Map Settings button to customize your map display.
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The following map settings are:
Map Orientation Forward is up This option orients the map so that your forward direction is always at the top. North is up This option orients the map so that North is always at the top. Use Automatic When this option is selected, the zoom is speed dependent. The Zoom map zooms out at higher speeds, displaying a larger map area, and zooms in at slower speeds, displaying a smaller map area. If you manually change the zoom, the Automatic Zoom returns to a system defined zoom level after several seconds of inactivity. Use Larger This option increases the size of street names to make the map easier to read. Print Day/Night When this option is selected, the display automatically switches Mode Auto between day and night view according to the GPS time and date Switch information provided. If this option is selected, but you manually switch the day /night view, it will remain in that mode until the next time the display automatically switches the day /night view.
From the Options menu, tap the Extras button, to display the add-ons as described in the sections below. Multistop Planner
The Multistop Planner lets you plan a route with up to twelve stops. When you tap the Go button, the route is calculated in stages, from the departure point to the first stop. When you reach the first stop, the route recalculates to the second stop, and so on.
Figure 30- Travel to Multiple Routes
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The Show on Map screen provides you with the following route types: Faster and Shorter. You can select Shorter (the default value) to calculate a route with the shorter physical distance between your current location and the selected designation. When you tap the GO button, the navigation system automatically calculates the faster route. Defining Route Groups A Route Group represents a group of stops. From the Multistop Planner screen, select the Actions button and tap Add Group. From the Add Group screen, enter the Group name and tap Save. The Actions screen also lets you edit or delete a selected group.
Speed Warning Route Recalculation Unreliable GPS Signal GPS Not Found Drive Carefully Warns you when your car exceeds the speed limit. This prompt is not active by default. Activated when the software recalculates a new route. This prompt is not active by default. Warns that the GPS signal is too low and unreliable for navigation. This prompt is automatically active by default. Alerts you if the GPS signal is lost, or if the power has been removed from the GPS receiver. Reminder at the start of each journey. This prompt is automatically active by default.
Text Symbols None Directions are displayed as text. Directions are displayed as symbols. Directions are not displayed.
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Time Zone Settings
This screen lets you select your time zone. You can select the Daylight Savings checkbox for the Time Settings to automatically adjust for daylight savings.
Lets you select the language for text and voice travel messages and driving directions.
The software uses the GPS receiver to pinpoint your location. GPS signals are automatically acquired and your vehicles location and position are constantly updated unless you are working in the Free Browse Map mode or you tap the GPS Off button. The GPS receiver may take a few minutes to find its initial location. For best results, ensure that the GPS receiver has a clear view of the sky.
The following GPS information is displayed: Longitude - The angular distance east or west on the earths surface. Latitude - The location of a place north or south of the earths surface. Speed - The rate of movement, as expressed by kilometers or miles per hour. Altitude - The height above sea level. 40
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The GPS On and GPS Off buttons let you connect or disconnect from the GPS receiver. If you are working in Free Browse Map mode, the navigation device automatically disconnects from the GPS receiver. Tap the GPS Settings button to display the following Connection fields:
Delete Lets you permanently remove a selected map. Note: Most Bluetooth receivers use COM 6 or COM 8. Most serial receivers use COM 1. This field lets you specify the transmission rate of data. This field displays the GPS protocol. The default value is NMEA. Note: Most receivers use NMEA 4800. This button lets you locate the GPS receiver by the values you have entered in the COM, Baud, and Protocol fields.
Baud Rate Protocol Connect to GPS
Tapping the Start Demo button displays a simulated route. Many of the navigation features are disabled when the Demo is running. You can end the Demo by tapping the Stop Demo button.
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To install and use the Console, your PC must meet the following minimum system requirements: CPU: AMD/Intel Processor (300 MHz or faster) Operating System: Windows 2000/XP Memory: 128 MB RAM Free space on hard drive for installation: minimum 500 MB CD-ROM: 4x drive Support ActiveSync 3.8 and higher. Before updating your GPS software, you will have to install Microsoft Active Sync on your PC. Steps to install Microsoft Active Sync. First you need to install Microsoft Active Sync on your PC. This is needed to permit the communication between your Navigation GPS device and your PC. You can download it for free from the Microsoft website: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/activesync/default.mspx 2. After the download, follow the instructions on the Microsoft website. Note: Active Sync requires Windows XP.
Installing Active Sync
Installing the Console
To install the Console:. Insert the DVD-ROM into the PCs CD-ROM drive. The Console Installation Wizard prompts you to select the language used for the installation process. When you have selected a language, click OK. 2. Please read the Welcome message and click Next. 3. The wizard is ready to install the Console. Click Next. 4. The Installation Status box displays the progress of the installation process. 5. When the installation is complete, click the Finish button to close the wizard.
Note: You can uninstall the Console by opening the Microsoft Windows Programs menu, selecting DestinatorApps>Uninstall Console.
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The following options are available from the Console Toolbar:
Figure 33 Console Toolbar
Install Software Install/ Remove Maps Favorites Importer Favorites Exporter
Lets you install new software to your device. Lets you install or remove a map. For more information, see Installing a Map (on page 44). Lets you download a list of your favorite locations from your PC to the selected My Favorites group on your device. For more information, see Import Favorite Location (on page 45). Lets you download a category of favorite locations from your device to a selected folder on your PC. For more information, see Export Favorite Location on page 47.
Installing the software on your GPS device You can use the accessories provided with your GPS device along with the DVD-ROM to install new software on your GPS navigation device. Note: The GPS device comes with a SD card that is pre-loaded with software. Do not attempt to install new software unless you have a technical background and you are sure of what you are doing. For further information and technical support please visit our website at www.supportplususa.com. To install software onto your GPS device you must have Active Sync already installed on your PC:. Open the Console. 2. Connect the GPS device to your PC via the USB cable provided. 3. When the PC asks you to locate the driver for the new hardware, insert the DVD-ROM into your PC. 4. From the Target Device window in the Console, click on Change. 5. Select Storage Card as the target device and then click on OK. 6. Click on the Install Software button on the Console.
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Map Screen Interface
Figure 34 Console
Standard Maps My Maps Installed Maps
Maps available for installation. Maps that have been customized from a standard map. Standard and customized maps that are already loaded on your device.
Installing a Map
To install a map:. From the Standard Maps pane, select a map and click the Install/ Remove Maps button. The Target Device dialog box appears. 2. Select either Storage Card or Removable Disk. The amount of memory available for the selected target device appears on the Target Device Memory Balance pane. 3. The installed map appears in the Installed Maps pane.
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On the Console, you can refresh your maps by clicking Tools>Refresh New Map Data. Select the map that you wish to load by clicking on the map image or select it from the list. A checkmark represents a selected map. From the Target Device pane, click the Change button to specify where to install the map. You can choose from Storage Card, or Removable Disk. After you have selected your target device and have confirmed that theres sufficient memory, click the Install/Remove Maps button. Your selected maps are installed and appear in the Installed Maps pane. In the Target Device pane, click the Change button and select the location from where to remove the map. You can choose from Storage Card, or Removable Disk. This updates the Installed Map pane. The Installed Map pane displays a list of all the loaded maps available. Select the check box by the map you want to remove. Click the Install/ Remove Maps button to remove the selected map. The Favorites Importer lets you import content created and provided externally as a new Favorites category on the device. You can download a list of favorite locations from your PC to your device. The list must be contained in comma-separated values (.csv) files. As part of the download procedure, you convert the.csv files to.dat files for storage on your device by using the Conversion Utility, as shown below.
Import Favorite Location
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Figure 35 Favorites Importer Conversion Utility
Note: The Favorites Importing file structure must be in.csv format.
The.csv file contains the following fields:
Fav. Place 1 Comment 1 Fav. Place 2 Comment 2 Fav. Place e Comment 3 39.21370 24.79360 44.97889 38.78903 37.08604 23.Munich Paris Zurich 123
Note: The Longitude and Latitude are numerical values. All the others are string values.
To import a.csv file: 4. On the Console, click on a standard map. This enables the Installing Map and Favorites Importer features. 5. Click the Favorites Importer button. The Converter dialog box is displayed. 6. Select the.csv file, specify a category name, and click the Convert button. The Report Area displays a message stating that the content of the file has been converted and that the file is ready for download. 7. Download the file to your device by clicking the Download button. 46
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Export Favorite Location
You can export a list of favorite locations from your device to your PC. The list will be stored in Comma-Separated Values (.csv) files. As a part of the export procedure, you convert the.dat files to.csv format for storage on your PC by using the Conversion Utility.
Figure 36 Favorite Export Conversion Utility
To export a.dat file: 8. Click the Favorites Exporter button. The Converter dialogue is displayed. 9. Click the Browse button and then select the.dat file. Specify a category name, and click the Convert button. The Report Area displays a message stating that the content of the file has been converted and that the file is ready to Upload. 0. Upload the file to your PC by clicking the Upload button.
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III. MP3/Movie Player
For Loading Music and Movies using the SD card and card reader. Insert the card reader into your PCs USB port and insert the SD card into the card reader. 2. Open the SD card in My Computer and make sure that there are two folders named MP3 and MP4. If they do not exist create them. 3. Add your music files to the MP3 folder and add your movie files to the MP4 folder in the SD card. 4. Wait ten seconds after the file transfer is finished before removing the SD card from the reader, and then safely remove the card reader. 5. Insert the SD or MMC memory card to the card slot. on the Top Menu to change to Media player mode. 6. Tap The folder list will be displayed.
7. Tap SDMMC DISK folder to open the folder. The file list will be displayed.
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8. Select a folder and double tap to open it.
9. Select and double tap a file to start the playback.
The following buttons appear on the Entertainment screens.
Tap to display the entertainment interface. Tap to scroll up the folder list or file list. Tap to scroll down the folder list or file list. Tap to return to the folder list. Tap to play the mpeg4 file (*.avi) in full screen mode. Tap to return to the file list. Tap to play the files in the SD/MMC card in a random order. Tap to play a file or all the files repeatedly. Tap to return to the Top Menu. Tap to play the previous track. Tap to pause the playback. Tap to play the next track. Tap to stop the playback. Tap to decrease the volume. Tap to increase the volume.
|Product Type||GPS receiver|
|Features||Built-in speaker, 2D / 3D map perspective|
|Supported Memory Cards||SD Memory Card|
|Connector Type||USB Headphones - mini-phone 3.5 mm|
|Battery Enclosure Type||Integrated|
|Run Time (Up To)||4 hour(s)|
|Included Accessories||Car power adapter, AC power adapter, 512 MB SD Card, USB cable, vehicle mount, stylus|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
LE22B650t6W SA-EX100 4 0 42LT75 Translator Samsung R519 Psaan Server CS-E9dkew KV-28DX650 CDA-5755 Stampit LN40A450c1D PCG-GRT785E Urc 4330 PCG-GRV616G KX-TG5561M 29PT9008 DVC5935 Z1100 DSS-8- SGH-C520 240v DIR-455 42PX2RV WD-80160FU VR-309 KX-TCD210E SW66ASP P4-S800-MX KDF-E42a10 PSR-340 - 1999 DEI 556U XL2370HD CIV-21 P2410 Xsan 2 NV-F65B Portege 2010 Princess AG-H300 Mk3 KX-FC225G SCS145 5S Creatis IC-M2A 9 SP4 -htdi-896MD3 Blumat KX-FA102 EPL-6200 Review 17PF9945-12I MS-7267 Desire HD DEH-2050MP RX-DT30 S3773KA6 KDC-M6021 AV-32H50SU CCD-TRV95K VGN-UX1XN 440 QE FAX 4440 Asus P2BF WA95VP EXP2550 KDL-32P5550 Seiko 6M26 HK854400FB RT-42LZ30 EA100 PMD620 CF-560RG HR2295-A Asko T731 Assassin CY-VMR5800N Switch PM-9805 TM506 47LF65 GE107L RSG5fups DSC-P9 RCU 900 16-133 Sound DS48 SRU4010 10 Canon I320 HR1810 Setup DWM-152 Openmatic DJJ1 42PFL7403H 10 AVR 5550 Premio Twin TD-8841TB G2710 Handbook KX-TGA820FX
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