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|Baa||2:24am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|This is the first GPS I ever got, but after i... design. easy to use. Fast route recalculation. Live traffic. Bluetooth phone.|
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4.7.1 List of TMC messages.. 49 4.7.2 TMC control centre.... 50 220.127.116.11 Selected FM radio station... 50 18.104.22.168 Exclude selected station... 50 22.214.171.124 Show excluded stations.. 50 126.96.36.199 Sorts events by distance / type.. 51 188.8.131.52 Use traffic information... 51 184.108.40.206 Recalculate to avoid traffic.. Find.... 52 5.1 Main menu Find buttons (Address, Favourites, POI, History).. 52 5.2 Selection by tapping the map... 52 5.3 Using the Find menu.... 53 5.3.1 Find an Address, Street, Intersection or City.. 53 220.127.116.11 Selecting the city, state and country to search in.. 54 18.104.22.168 Selecting a house number or the midpoint of the street. 57 22.214.171.124 How to select an intersection instead of a house number.. 57 126.96.36.199 An example for a full address search... 58 5.3.2 Find in History... 58 5.3.3 Find Coordinates... 59 5.3.4 Find a POI... 59 5.3.5 Find one of the Favourites (Home/Work).. Settings.... 63 6.1 General settings.... 63 6.1.1 Safety Mode... 63 6.1.2 Automatic Night Colours... 64 6.1.3 Speed Warning Options... 64 188.8.131.52 Speeding tolerance... 64 184.108.40.206 Alternative speed limit... 64 220.127.116.11 Alternative speeding tolerance... 64 6.1.4 Enable Speed Camera Warning.. 65 6.1.5 Speed Camera Options... 65 18.104.22.168 Audible Warning... 65 22.214.171.124 Visible Warning... 66 6.1.6 Set Favourite Destinations... 66 6.1.7 Route Recalculation... 67 126.96.36.199 Automatic... 67 188.8.131.52 Disabled... 67 6.2 Sound settings... 67 6.2.1 Master sound volume/switch... 68 6.2.2 Voice guidance volume/switch.. 68 6.2.3 Key sound volume/switch.. 68 6.2.4 Dynamic Volume... 68 6.2.5 Attention Tone... 69 6.3 Route parameter settings... 69 6.3.1 Route... 69 184.108.40.206 Shortest... 69 220.127.116.11 Fastest.... 69 18.104.22.168 Economical... 70 6.3.2 Vehicle... 70 6.3.3 Road types to include/exclude.. 70
22.214.171.124 Unpaved Roads... 70 126.96.36.199 Motorways.... 70 188.8.131.52 Ferries... 71 184.108.40.206 U-turns.... 71 220.127.116.11 Permit needed... 71 18.104.22.168 Toll Roads.... 71 22.214.171.124 Cross-border Planning... 71 6.4 Language & Units... 71 6.4.1 Program language... 72 6.4.2 Voice language... 72 6.4.3 Units.... 72 6.4.4 Set Date & Time Format... 72 6.5 Screen settings... 72 6.5.1 Power management... 73 6.5.2 Brightness... 73 6.5.3 Screen calibration... 73 6.6 About screen.... Troubleshooting guide.... Glossary... 77
1 Warnings and safety information
MioMap is a navigation system that helps you find your way to your selected destination. It will determine your exact location with the help of an attached GPS device. The position information obtained from the GPS receiver will not be transmitted anywhere, so others will not be able to track you by the help of this program. If you are the driver of the vehicle, we recommend that you operate MioMap before beginning your journey. The drivers attention should be on the road. Plan your route before departure and pull over if you need to change route parameters. MioMap has a built-in (optional) Safety Mode that will prevent you from using the screen functions if your car is in motion. Unless a passenger will be the only one to operate MioMap, we strongly encourage you to turn on the Safety Mode. It is also important that you look at the display only if it is absolutely safe to do so. You should always observe traffic signs and road geometry before you obey any instruction from MioMap. If you need to deviate from the recommended direction, MioMap will suggest a modified route according to the new situation. Never place the PNA where it can obstruct the view of the driver, is within the deployment zone of airbags, or where it can cause injuries in case of an accident.
2 General information
MioMap is a navigation system optimised for in-car use. It provides door-to-door navigation for both single and multi-point routes using adaptable route parameters. MioMap is capable of planning routes throughout the whole map region installed on the memory card. Unlike some other products, MioMap does not require that you change maps or switch to a poorly detailed general map to navigate between map segments or countries. You always have complete freedom to go wherever you wish. Just select your destination and go. You do not need a stylus to use MioMap. All screen buttons and controls are designed so that you can operate them with your fingertips. You can access all functions of the program by using hardware and screen buttons. With the help of these buttons you can travel through all the screens of the program. Most of the screens (especially menu functions and settings) can be accessed from several other screens, minimising the number of actions needed to reach the desired function. When using MioMap, you do not need to double tap or tap & hold the touch screen as these functions cannot be used reliably in a moving vehicle. A single tap triggers most of the screen controls. The only exceptions are drag & drop for moving the map, or scaling it in Map mode (Page 23). Most of the screens have a Return button in the top left corner. This arrow returns to the previous screen or directly to one of the map screens. in the top right corner. This will show Settings screens also have a Help button a detailed description of the current settings screen.
3 Operating MioMap (Controls)
MioMap is designed for easy operation. All controls are operable by fingertips. Wherever possible, pushbuttons and lists are provided to make accessing functions or changing settings as easy as possible.
3.1.1 Power on/off
Use this button to turn the power of the Mio DigiWalker C210 on or off any time. When you turn the device back on, MioMap will continue the navigation as soon as the built-in GPS determines the location again. While the device is switched off, the GPS will not work, no position will be calculated, track log will not be saved, and navigation will stop.
3.1.2 Main menu
If pressed while having the Cockpit, Map or Route Information screen (Page 29) displayed, this button will open the Main menu screen (Main menu). Note: This button has a special function when starting Fly Over (Page 44), the route simulation. If started while keeping this button depressed, the simulation will be fast to give you a rough overview of the route events.
3.2 Screen buttons and controls
The primary input channel of MioMap is the touch screen. If you read on, you will realise that most parts of the screen are not only used to display information but also to initiate functions by tapping. Below you will find a list of the most frequently used controls in the program.
3.2.1 Direct selectors
Some of the settings can be chosen from a short list of possible values. If the values can be described graphically, all values are available on the screen.
Tap one of the icons to set/change the value.
3.2.2 List selectors
When the values in the list need to be named, only the current value is shown (sometimes together with a short description) in a horizontal stripe with arrows at both ends.
to move left in the list or tap to move right. The arrows are buttons. Tap You need not confirm your selection. As soon as you leave the screen, the selected value becomes effective.
When a feature has several different unnamed (numeric) values, MioMap will show sliders that look like analogue potentiometers to set the desired value.
If the value limits are not displayed at the ends of the slider, the leftmost position means the minimum value, while the rightmost position represents the maximum value. With most sliders you can check the current value on the left. This control can be operated in two ways. Either drag the handle to move the slider to its new position, or tap the slider where you want the handle to appear (the thumb jumps there immediately). As with the list selectors, there is no need to confirm your selection. As soon as you leave the screen, the selected value becomes effective.
When a function can only have two values (mainly Enabled and Disabled), a switch is used. Unlike with list selectors, the horizontal line contains the name of the function and not the actual status. There is a lamp on the left to show whether the function is active or not.
When the tick mark is missing , the function is not selected. When it is displayed , the function is enabled. The whole strip works as a button. Tap anywhere to toggle between the enabled and disabled status.
3.2.5 Switches in the Quick menu
The switches of the Quick menu (Page 35) behave as normal switches but they look different in order to fit in with the other menu buttons.
Tap the button to toggle between the two states. Remember that the sign on the button will not indicate the current state but the state you can switch it to.
3.2.6 Virtual keyboards
MioMap is designed in a way that you only need to enter letters or numbers when it is inevitable. In these cases a full screen keyboard pops up that can easily be operated with your fingertips. You can choose between a separate ABC and numeric keypad, or a set of QWERTY-type keyboards that contain both letters and numbers. MioMap will remember your last choice and offer it the next time you need to enter data. The alphabetic keyboards in MioMap do not contain special characters, because you do not need to enter accents when searching for a destination. Type only the base letters (the letter most similar to the accented one) and MioMap will search for all their combinations in the database (e.g. for the French street Cit Bergre you only need to type Cite Bergere, and the rest is done by the program). When you type in POI or track log names, MioMap will automatically turn all initials into capitals to create names that look pleasant. 126.96.36.199 QWERTY-type keyboards QWERTY-type keyboards have both letters and numbers on them. Their layout is the same as of the standard QWERTY and AZERTY (French) keyboards. To switch to your desired QWERTY-type keyboard, press the Keys button.
The special keys described in the previous section are also available here.
188.8.131.52 The numeric keyboard The numeric keyboard only contains numbers, on huge buttons. The special keys you find on the other keyboards (except Space) are available here as well.
Although QWERTY-type keyboards also contain number keys, when entering a house number, the program offers the more convenient numeric keypad.
4 Discovering the program through the screens
4.1.3 Daylight and night colour schemes
The different colour schemes let you adjust MioMap to the brightness of the environment. Use the daylight and night colour schemes accordingly. Daylight colours are similar to paper roadmaps, while the night colour schemes use dark tints for large objects to keep the average brightness of the screen low, with carefully selected colours to still keep you informed about all the necessary information on the screen.
You can change between day and night views manually in the Quick Menu (Page 36) or let MioMap do it automatically (Page 64) for you. Note: The automatic day/night mode is based upon the current date and GPS position by which MioMap calculates the exact sunrise and sunset times on the particular day at the particular location. Using that information MioMap can automatically switch between the colour schemes a few minutes before sunrise, when the sky has already turned bright, and a few minutes after sunset before it gets dark. Tip: To further enhance the effect of the night colour scheme, you can instruct MioMap to decrease the display backlight when the night colours are used. Set the desired backlight levels for both daylight and night modes. Page 72. Tip: If you use MioMap after sunrise or before sunset, look for the sun in the sky in the map background using a flat 3D view. It is displayed at its actual position to give you another way to orientate, and also to provide some eye candy.
4.1.4 Streets and roads
The similarity of MioMap to paper roadmaps is also convenient when it comes to streets, the most important elements of the map concerning navigation. MioMap uses similar colour codes to those you are accustomed to, and the width of the streets also refers to their importance, so it will not be difficult to tell a highway from a small street. Streets and roads have names or numbers for identification. Of course, this information can be displayed on the map. MioMap uses two different ways to show street labels. The conventional way is the same as a roadmap it displays the name of the street aligned with the street. The alternative is a kind of virtual signpost stuck into the street itself.
You need not choose between the two modes. MioMap will use the one best for the current tilt and zoom level. Zoom in to have only a few streets on the map, and start tilting up and down to see how MioMap switches between the two modes in an instant. Note: The automatic switching is on even when using Smart Zoom. At first you may find it odd, but later you will discover how it adjusts the displayed information to the current view of the map. It is important, as the driver must be able to read the map at a glance.
4.1.5 Other objects
To help orientate you, the map also contains objects that have no other navigating function than to help you recognise your location on the map. These are surfacewaters, large buildings, forests, etc.
4.1.6 Speed cameras
There are special POI types in MioMap. There is a built-in database of fixed and mobile speed cameras. It is also possible to add new cameras to enhance this database. They are not shown in POI lists, but they are shown on the map with special icons. Speed cameras are described in detail here: Page 46
4.1.7 Elements of the Active Route
MioMap uses a multi-destination routing system in which you have a start point (your current location if GPS position is available), a destination, the line of the active leg of the route, and optionally via points and inactive legs. They are all shown on the map. 184.108.40.206 The start point, via points and the destination These points are represented by flags.
220.127.116.11 Animated turn guidance Animated arrows represent all route events other than the above-mentioned special points. These arrows show the direction in which you need to continue your journey.
18.104.22.168 The route line The line representing the planned route is displayed in orange with both daylight and night colours. In both cases it is the most conspicuous part of the map even when in the background of a 3D map view.
The line of the route is displayed on the driving side of the road for two-way and on the axis in case of one-way streets. When the map is zoomed in and the line is wide enough, small arrows show the direction of the route. This can be useful if you preview the route before starting the journey or when entering a complex junction.
22.214.171.124 Roads in the route excluded by your preferences Although you can choose whether to include or avoid some road types in Route parameter settings (Page 70), sometimes they are impossible to avoid near the starting point, via points or the destination. If so, MioMap will display those segments of the route with an alternate colour.
4.2 Screens with map
Having explained the contents of the map, the description of the other parts of the map screens follows. There are two map screens: the Map screen and the Cockpit screen. The way they show the map is the same but their look and controls are optimised for different purposes. The Map screen is to be used mainly without a GPS, to browse the map, create user POI items, or to plan your route based on map points. The Map screen is designed to give you the maximum map area. This screen is usually used in 2D North-up mode. The Cockpit screen is for driving purposes. Besides showing the map, it contains some additional travel information if you are just cruising (speed, current street your are driving in, speed limit for the current street), and some more route data if you are navigating (e.g. next street in your route, distance to travel, type of the next route event). This screen is typically used in 3D Track-up mode (you can make MioMap always open the Cockpit screen like that. There are several controls that function in a similar fashion on the two screens. They are described on the following pages. Map screen contents:
Cockpit screen contents:
No. 19 20
Display (Cockpit only) Turn preview* n/a n/a n/a n/a Indicates that Lock to GPS position and heading is inactive Selected map point (Cursor) (Map only) Map scale n/a Map orientation and Overview GPS position quality Battery status Sound on or muted Track Log recording or playback n/a (Cockpit only) Current street (Cockpit only) Travel and Route data** (Cockpit only) Distance to next turn*** (Cockpit only) Next street*** (Cockpit only) Approaching next
Control Opens Route menu* Zooms in (optional) Zooms out (optional) Tilts down (optional) Tilts up (optional) Re-enables Lock-toPosition / Smart Zoom Opens Popup Info and Cursor menu Zooms in/out by dragging Menu (Find, Quick, Route, Main) Switches North-up, Track-up and Overview Opens GPS Data screen Opens settings Enables/disables muting Opens Track Logs screen Opens Cursor menu Opens Route Information screen Opens Route Information screen n/a n/a n/a
No. turn**** 21
Current speed limit*****
* On Map screen only when a route is active ** Contents differ when a route is active *** Appears only when a route is active **** Appears only when a route is active and the next turn is near ***** Appears only if speed limit is known for the current road
4.2.1 Turn preview (No. 1)
On the Cockpit screen this field shows a graphic illustration of the next manoeuvre. For example when you approach a turn, an arrow will show whether it is a slight, normal or sharp turn. When showing a roundabout, the number of the exit is also given in the picture.
This field also serves as a button. Tap it to get to the Route menu (Page 41). The Map screen will show a button called Route here if there is an active route. This also leads to the Route menu.
4.2.2 Zoom in and out (No. 2 & 3)
These semi-transparent buttons are only displayed if "Zoom & Tilt" is enabled in the Quick menu (Page 35).
Zoom will change the scale of the map. Zoom out shows a larger part of the map, while Zoom in shows a smaller part of the map in more detail. The automatic Smart Zoom function will do the necessary zooming for you when navigating (zooms out if the next turn is at a distance to let you see far ahead and zooms in when approaching a turn to give you a better view of the upcoming 21
manoeuvre). If you manually change the zoom level, Smart Zoom will no longer scale the map by itself (automatic tilting and rotating remains active). You need to tap the Lock button (Page 22) to return the zoom control to Smart Zoom. If you are on the Cockpit screen, MioMap will do this automatically if you leave the display untouched for 30 seconds.
4.2.3 Tilt up and down (No. 4 & 5)
This function modifies the vertical viewing angle of the map in 3D mode. You can change the angle in a wide range starting from a top down view (2D view is seamlessly integrated) all the way to a flat view that lets you see far ahead. The automatic Smart Zoom function will do the necessary tilting for you when navigating (gives a flat view if the next turn is at a distance to let you see far ahead and raises the angle when approaching a turn to give you a better view of the upcoming manoeuvre). If you manually change the view angle, Smart Zoom will no longer tilt the map by itself (automatic zooming and rotating remains active). You need to tap the Lock (Page 22) to return the tilt control to Smart Zoom. If you are on the Cockpit screen, MioMap will do this automatically if you leave the display untouched for 30 seconds.
4.2.4 Lock to GPS position and heading (No. 6)
This semi-transparent icon is displayed if GPS position is available, and the map has been moved. It also appears when you scale or tilt the map.
Normally MioMap positions the map to keep the GPS position visible somewhere on the map (when North-up orientation is selected), or always at the bottom centre of the map (when Track-up orientation is selected). If you manually move the map, it will freeze the map in the new position. To return to the GPS position, use this Lock button. Scaling or tilting the map also stops the automatic zooming or automatic tilting respectively. To reactivate Smart Zoom, tap this button. 22
Note: When the Cockpit screen is open, you do not need to tap the Lock button. Just wait for 30 seconds without tapping the screen, and MioMap will automatically reenable Lock-to-Position and/or Smart Zoom. If you tap the screen during this period, the 30 seconds countdown will restart.
4.2.5 Cursor (No. 7)
As described earlier (Selected map point, also known as the Cursor), if you tap the map somewhere or select one specific item in Find, it will become the selected point on the map, marked with a small red dot and radiating red circles to make it conspicuous. You can use this point as starting point, via point or destination for your route, you can search for a POI near it, mark it with a pin, or save it as a POI. Note: When GPS position is available, the Lock button will appear indicating that you have disabled Lock-to-Position. Tapping the Lock button will re-enable the position lock and move the cursor back to the current GPS position. The same happens when MioMap restores Lock-to-Position automatically on the Cockpit screen after 30 seconds of inactivity.
Manage My POI By highlighting then tapping again the My POI switch on the Manage POI main screen you can manage the POI groups and items that you have created.
Note: The group Unnamed only appears if you have previously saved a POI item without creating a new POI group for it. Tapping any of the group names will open a list of POIs saved in that group. This list is similar to the list of POI results in Find. The POIs are ordered based on their distance from your current position. If GPS position is not available or you have disabled Lock-to-Position by tapping the map, the POIs will be ordered by their distance from the Cursor.
When the My POI Groups are displayed, you have the following options:
Show/Hide: similarly to built-in POIs, you have the possibility to show or hide all POIs of the selected category on the map. Groups with a blue icon are displayed; groups with a grey icon are hidden. New: you can create a new My POI group by tapping this button. You need to select an icon, a name, and the maximum zoom level at which the POI is still visible on the map (provided you let the POI group be displayed at all). You do not necessarily need to create POI groups in advance. You can do it while saving a new POI. Delete: you can delete any of your previously saved My POI groups. This will delete all POIs in that group. MioMap will ask you to confirm this action. Edit: you can edit the attributes (name, icon, visibility level) of a previously created My POI group.
Left/right arrows: if your groups fill several pages, these buttons will let you browse through them. The green field left of these buttons shows the current page number and the number of pages.
When the list of My POIs is displayed, you have the following options: Filter: you can shorten the list of matching POI items by filtering. Just like in Find, enter a few letters of the desired POI name. When the number of matching items can fit in one page, MioMap will automatically display the list. If you tap Done any time before this happens, you receive the list of matches on multiple pages. ABC/Distance: by tapping this button you can have the POIs sorted in an alphabetical order. Tapping again will return to the distance-based order.
When you tap on any of your POIs in the list, you will open a new window with the details of the selected POI.
Here you have the following options: OK: if you tap this button, the map screen returns with the selected POI in the middle. Edit: you can edit the attributes (name, icon and group) of the selected POI.
Note: If any of the settlements listed has named suburbs or numbered districts that also appear separately in the map, a Show districts button will appear in the bottom left corner. Tap this button to list the suburbs together with the main settlements. Now the button turns to Hide districts, and tapping it will return to the original, shorter result list.
Once you have selected the city, you can continue by entering the street name as described here: Selecting a street or the centre of the settlement. Changing the state (Australia and USA only) The maps of Australia and the USA contain state information. If the settlement you are looking for is in a different state, tap Other City then Change State from the list of recently used cities, then select the appropriate state. Should you wish to search for an address in the whole country, just tap "All states" at the beginning of the list.
When the state is selected, you need to select a settlement by entering a part of its name or postcode, then selecting from the list of available matching items as described before. Note: In Australia you can skip this part by tapping Done before entering any letters. This way you can search for a street name in the whole state. In the USA this step is compulsory. If you press Done before entering any letters, the list of settlements will appear in a list in alphabetical order. Changing the country
If your destination is in another country, tap the Change Country button in the top right corner of the state selection screen (Australia and USA), or the city selection screen (Europe and Asia), and select the country from the list.
126.96.36.199 Selecting a house number or the midpoint of the street Once the country, the city and the street name are selected, you are asked to give the house number using the numeric keypad. The range of available house numbers for the chosen street is shown in the input field before you begin entering the figures.
Enter the number, tap Done, and MioMap will show you the selected location on the map (or will start navigating immediately if you have selected Find Address at the Main menu screen). Note: House numbers may not be available on the map of your region. Ask your local dealer for details. Tip: If you do not know the house number, just press Done, and the midpoint of the street will be used as the selected location. 188.8.131.52 How to select an intersection instead of a house number If you do not know the house number or it is easier to pinpoint the location with an intersection, press the Find intersection button in the top right corner and select the desired street name from the list of available intersections of the previously selected street (displayed in the top centre of the screen). The crossing of the two streets will be the selected point.
184.108.40.206 An example for a full address search This is an example for the most complex address search, finding an address from abroad. In this example your current position is not in France, and you are looking for an address in Paris, France, the address 17 rue dUzs. The following steps shall be taken after entering the Find Address section: You see the list of recently used cities. Paris does not appear in the list. Tap Other City in the top right corner. Since you are in Europe, there is no state level between cities and countries, so tap Change Country in the top right corner to change the country. Tap France in the list. Now select the city in France. Enter Paris using the virtual keyboard. As several settlements have Paris in their name, the list of cities is not shown automatically. Tap Done to get the list of settlements containing Paris. The first settlement in the list is Paris, as it is the exact match. Tap it. Now you need to enter the name of the street. You need not enter accents, the apostrophe, and you can enter more of the words in any order separated by spaces. Enter R D Uz, D Uz, Uz, and rue dUzs automatically appears; or enter R D U, U R D, Ru U, and tap Done to get the list of matching street names. Either way you get the list, tap rue dUzs to select the street. Now you see the numeric keypad, where you need to enter 17 and tap Done to finish the process: 17 rue dUzs, Paris, France is selected.
Using the automatic night mode, MioMap will change between the daylight and night colour schemes a few minutes before sunrise and a few minutes after sunset based on the time and location information provided by your GPS. Once you set a permanent colour scheme in the Quick menu (Page 36), this automatic mode turns off. If you need MioMap to switch between colours for you again, you need to reenable this feature.
6.1.3 Speed Warning Options
When speed warning is turned on, the values of these controls determine when the warning will be triggered.
You can set two different kinds of behaviour for the warning: one is applied up to a certain speed limit and the other one is used above that. 220.127.116.11 Speeding tolerance MioMap will warn you when you exceed the speed limit by the amount specified here. Select whether you want to specify the tolerance as a Fixed value (offset to the speed limit) or as a Percentage. The slider will change depending on which mode you have chosen. Both positive and negative values can be given in either offset or percentage mode. 18.104.22.168 Alternative speed limit If the speed limit of the current road segment equals or is above this limit, the speed warning will use the alternative tolerance instead of the previous one. Move the slider to its rightmost position to turn off the alternative speed warning. Then the settings of the upper slider will determine the warning for all roads. 22.214.171.124 Alternative speeding tolerance If the speed limit of the current road reaches the value set at Alternative speed limit, this setting will replace the basic one set at the top of this screen. The slider and the selector work exactly as the basic ones described here: Page 64.
Example: to let you better understand how this feature works, here is an example. If you use the setting on the left (portrait) screen example (+10 km/h 100 km/h +5%), MioMap will warn you when driving at the following speeds:
Speed limit 40 km/h 60 km/h 90 km/h 100 km/h 120 km/h 160 km/h Warning at 50 km/h 70 km/h 100 km/h 105 km/h 126 km/h 168 km/h (=40 km/h + 10 km/h) (=60 km/h + 10 km/h) (=90 km/h + 10 km/h) (=100 km/h + 5%) (=120 km/h + 5%) (=160 km/h + 5%)
6.6 About screen
Tap About on the Main menu screen to open this screen. The About screen is not used in normal navigation. It is there to inform you about the map licenses you have, the creators of MioMap and the legal aspects of using the program.
7 Troubleshooting guide
Thank you again for purchasing our product. We hope you will enjoy every minute of using it. However you may face difficulties before you get really accustomed to MioMap. In such cases, please, refer to this table of frequently encountered problematic situations. I cannot find the Greenarrow that would show my location. Navigation does not start. Check the GPS status icon on any of the map screens (Page 24) or the GPS Data screen (Page 29). It is likely that the GPS cannot determine your position. Move the GPS out of cover to get a position fix. The GPS is connected, sending valid position data, yet I cannot see the Greenarrow that would show my position. You should see a large semi-transparent Lock icon (Page 22) on the screen. Tap this to re-enable the Lock-to-Position feature that moves the map back to your actual location. The Green arrow shows my location, but I cannot see the route (Orange or red line), and no voice instructions are announced. It is likely that you have no active route. Check the upper left corner of the Cockpit screen (Page 21) if you can see the indication for the next turn or not. If this field is blank, you have no route planned, so you need to create one first. It is a common mistake to find a destination, show it on the map, but forget to tap the Route To button in the Cursor menu (Page 26) to create the route. Be sure to follow these steps, or always plan your routes by using one of the buttons on the Main menu screen. This will ensure your route is calculated automatically as soon as the destination has been selected. I cannot see the Lock button on the screen, yet the map is not rotated during driving. Look for a small, red N letter on the compass icon (Page 23) or an aeroplane icon instead of it. It is likely that you had initiated the North-up map orientation or the Overview mode unintentionally. Tap this icon to revert to Track-up mode with automatic map rotation. Creating a multi-point route I have tapped the Route To button once for each destination but only the last one appears in the list, all previous points have disappeared.
The Route To button is for starting a new route only. For a single route you tap this when the destination is selected. Multi-point routes can be created after you have established a single route. Add points to the single route by using the Add Via and Continue buttons. Applying Route To again will delete the whole route. In your case only single routes existed before, so they were deleted without a warning message. If you already have a multi-point route, MioMap warns you before deleting the whole route. The speaker icon shows MioMap is not muted yet I hear no voice guidance. The muting available from both map screens is just a quick silencer that cancels the sound output. Voice guidance and key sounds need to be enabled and volume must be set at the Sound Settings screen (Page 67). I enabled the speed warning as soon as I bought the product but I have just been fined for speeding because MioMap failed to warn me. For an accurate speed warning the actual speed limits of each street and road must be present correctly on the map. This is a relatively new feature of digital maps, so it may not be available in some countries, and its accuracy still has much room for improvement (ask your local dealer for the details in your region). This feature can help you in several cases but it cannot be considered as serious speed control. That is why it can be turned on and off separately from the reliable voice guidance (Warn When Speeding). I would like to create a new POI during navigation (Cockpit screen) but there is no Add POI button in the Cursor menu. For driving safety reasons the Add POI function is only available on the Map screen. If you are the driver, save it as a POI later, when you reach your destination. If you are not driving, switch to Map mode, where the Add POI button is available. I would like to create a new POI but there are others near its location, and the new menu point (POI) opens the list of POI instead of creating a new one. Look for the New button in the bottom left corner of the newly opened list. Using that button you can add your new POI as if it was opened from the Cursor menu.
The manual may contain many technical terms. Please look below for an explanation if you are unfamiliar with some of them. 2D/3D GPS reception: The GPS receiver uses satellite signals to calculate its (your) position. Depending on the current positions of the ever moving satellites in the sky, and the objects in your environment, the signal that your GPS device receives may be weaker or stronger. Your GPS needs strong signal from at least four satellites to give a three dimensional position including elevation. If fewer satellites are available, it may still be possible to calculate the position but the accuracy will be lower and the GPS device will not calculate elevation. This is called 2D reception. MioMap shows the quality of reception on the GPS Data screen (Page 30) and both map screens (Page 24). Note that 2D and 3D GPS receptions have nothing to do with the 2D and 3D display modes of the map. That is a way of representing the map on the screen independently from the GPS reception. Accuracy: The difference between your real position and the one given by the GPS device is affected by several different factors. The GPS is capable of providing a guess of its current error based on the number of satellites it can receive a signal from, and their position in the sky. This information is shown in MioMap on the GPS Data screen (Page 29). Lower numbers indicate better accuracy, where 1.0 is nearperfection. Use it as a general reference only. Note that several other factors affect the real accuracy, some of which the GPS is incapable of estimating (e.g. signal delay in the ionosphere, reflecting objects near the GPS device, etc.). Active route: A route is an itinerary planned to reach your chosen destinations. A route is active when it is used for navigation. MioMap has only one route at a time, and it is always active until you delete it, reach the final destination or exit MioMap. When there is more than one destination to reach, the route is cut into different legs (from one via point to another). Only one of these legs can be active at one particular time. The rest of them are unused and shown in a different colour on the map. Automatic route planning (Autorouting): You only need to set up your destination, and based on its map, the software will automatically figure out which roads you need to take, and the turns you need to make to get there. MioMap will let you select multiple destinations, and customise some important routing parameters (Page 69). Automatic route recalculation: If this function is enabled (Page 67), MioMap recalculates your route if you deviate from it. When you miss a turn or avoid a roadblock, MioMap waits for a few seconds to be sure you do not follow the route any more (you can fine-tune it in Advanced settings), then recalculates the route based upon your new position and heading.
Automatic day/night colours: Based on the time and position given by the GPS device, MioMap is able to calculate when the sun rises and sets at your current location on this particular day. Using that information MioMap can change between the day and the night colour schemes a few minutes before sunrise and a few minutes after sunset (Page 64). As additional information to help your orientation, the sun is shown in the sky when you display the map in 3D mode with a low viewing angle, and the sun is near the horizon. Elevation: When the GPS receiver can see at least four GPS satellites, it can determine its current position in three dimensions. In this case the elevation is calculated together with the latitude/longitude position. Note that some older GPS units may provide incorrect elevation data because they use a simple ellipsoidal earth model rather than a database that contains local sea levels. You should also be aware that the elevation value is generally less accurate (by at least a factor of 2) than the horizontal position. See also 2D/3D GPS Reception. ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival): A frequently used expression in navigation. It represents the time when you will reach your destination based upon calculations using the remaining part of the route and available information of the roads used. This estimation can only be used as a general reference. It will not be able to take into account your future speed or the traffic delays. In MioMap this value is shown as Estimated Arrival on the Route Information screen (Page 33). ETE (Estimated Time Enroute): Another frequently used expression in navigation. It represents the time needed to reach your destination based upon calculations using the remaining part of the route and available information of the roads used. This estimation can be used only as a general reference. It will not be able to take into account your future speed or the traffic delays. In MioMap this value is shown as Time left on the Route Information screen (Page 33). GPS: Abbreviation of Global Positioning System. This system is operated by the DoD (the Department of Defense of the Unites States Government). It consists of 24 satellites orbiting Earth, and several ground stations to keep the satellites in sync. To calculate your position, your GPS device uses the signals received from those GPS satellites that are currently visible at your location. You can use this service free of charge. Lock-on-Road: This function of MioMap will always keep the blue (yellow at night) arrow representing your actual position on the nearest road. This automatic feature is necessary as the position given by the GPS receiver is not perfectly accurate. Under normal circumstances Lock-on-Road will eliminate the occasional position error. If the corridor of error is too large, your position may be shown over a different street on the map. You can only avoid that by using good quality GPS equipment positioned so that it has a direct view to as large a portion of the sky as possible. Lock-on-Road is always active in MioMap. See also Current position and Lock-onRoad. Lock-to-Position: When GPS position is available, MioMap will automatically keep moving the map to always have the blue (yellow at night) arrow, representing your actual position, on the screen. You can move the map to lose this position. Then the
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