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Comments to date: 12. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
ihilton 3:25am on Thursday, November 4th, 2010 
very similar in use of menus etc to an earlier coolpix 500 previously used. no view finder
icarng 10:03am on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 
Slim, stream-line, sound recording, desiged to be used in a multitude of different situations Complex to use
imtheeonlyone 12:40am on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 
it is so compact and handy.will fit into a shirt pocket.So easy to use yet has deeper proper photographer functions.Image quality is very good so far,... simple to use, especially for a novice like me.
miki 2:13pm on Sunday, August 1st, 2010 
ISO 2000 is useless because of high noise. Even at ISO 400 the noise is noticeable. Not worth paying $300 for this. Consider other cameras. Small, 2. ISO 2000 is useless because of high noise. Ev...  Small, 2.5" LCD, stainless High price, below average performance ISO 2000 is useless because of high noise. Even at ISO 400 the noise is noticeable. Not worth paying $300 for this. Consider other cameras. Small, 2.
briggsy 4:34pm on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 
I just replaced my Pentax Optio with this 7.1 Mp alternative and am very happy, overall. Great viewing screen and pretty intuitive features system.
combatwombat_nz 12:19pm on Monday, July 26th, 2010 
Nikon battery Excellent product. Could have bought a similar type but so pleased that I bought the real one Brilliant Camera I bought this camera 2days ago and so far I love it. I needed a new camera as ma other one stopped working while on holiday.
desssa ol 3:44pm on Saturday, July 10th, 2010 
When looking for a new camera, we wanted something small, easy to use, and that took good pictures. The Nikon Coolpix S500 was a great choice.
swaygibb 4:31pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 
Exceptional clarity and colour, no camera shake, light ,simple... i could go on Little buttons, not for sausage fingers
yoho 4:45am on Friday, May 21st, 2010 
After trying the Fuji F40fd and Canon A710IS I decided to go for the Nikon S500. The Metering and Color on the S500 is excellent. I used this camera for Yosemite Trip. Took about 250 pictures at max resolution. Bright daylight to Cloudy to night, landscape to portrait. Highly recommended pocket camera
crazyfresh 12:06am on Friday, May 21st, 2010 
MATCHES MANUFACTURERS RECOMENDATION Easy to Install","Fast Recharge","Long-Lasting","Reliable","Solid Construction Limited Zoom This is a great little battery. I prefer to stay with OEM batteries.
racsw 9:56am on Friday, May 14th, 2010 
ISO 2000 is useless because of high noise. Even at ISO 400 the noise is noticeable. Not worth paying $300 for this. Consider other cameras. Small, 2.
tetedelfe 7:43am on Sunday, March 21st, 2010 
There is more to hate about this camera than to like about it, especially given the price tag. In short, unless your lighting conditions are superb. Compact, solid, easy to use, great pictures. Proprietary battery, flimsy battery/memory card door. Compact, solid, easy to use, great pictures. Proprietary battery, flimsy battery/memory card door.

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For more information about playing music and video, refer to the Software User Manual.
How can I play external AV equipment through my Mio?
Note: The AV socket is not available on all models.
Your Mio can receive AV input from external equipment, such as a DVD player. This means that you can use your Mio as a second screen.
WARNING: Your Mio MUST NOT be used to play video when driving. Using this feature may cause an accident. Please make sure you comply with this warning. Mio accepts NO liability whatsoever in this regard.
For more information about playing external AV equipment via your Mio, refer to the Software User Manual.
How do I receive audio through my vehicle speakers?
Note: FM transmitting and MP3 are not available on all models and are only available in selected countries.
Your Mio can be set to transmit sound at a particular FM frequency which you can then receive through your vehicle radio. This means that you can hear map voice guidance, mp3 files and video files clearly and loudly through your vehicle speakers.
WARNING: The FM transmitter function is not allowed to use in Cyprus, France and Greece. Please turn off the function in those areas.
For more information about FM transmitting, refer to the Software User Manual.

Reference

What is GPS?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is available at any time, free of charge, and is accurate to within 5m (15ft). GPS navigation is made possible by a network of satellites that orbit the Earth at around 20,200km (12,552mi). Each satellite transmits a range of signals which are utilised by GPS receivers, such as your Mio, to determine an exact location. Although a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to 12 satellites at any time, only four signals are required to provide a position or GPS fix (latitude and longitude), for vehicle navigation systems.
How does my Mio receive GPS signals?
Your Mio receives GPS signals via the internal GPS antenna. To guarantee the optimum GPS signal strength, ensure your Mio is outdoors, or in a vehicle outdoors, and has an unobstructed view of the sky. GPS reception is not usually affected by weather, however, very heavy rain or snow may have a negative effect on your reception.

Caring for your Mio

Taking good care of your Mio will ensure trouble-free operation and reduce the risk of damage to your Mio: Keep your Mio away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures. Avoid exposing your Mio to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for extended periods of time. Do not place anything on top of your Mio or drop objects on your Mio. Do not drop your Mio or subject it to severe shock. Do not subject your Mio to sudden and severe temperature changes. This could cause moisture condensation inside the unit, which could damage your Mio. In the event of moisture condensation, allow your Mio to dry out completely before use. The screen surface can easily be scratched. Avoid touching it with sharp objects. Non-adhesive generic screen protectors designed specifically for use on portable devices with LCD panels may be used to help protect the screen from minor scratches. Never clean your Mio when it is turned on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the screen and the exterior of your Mio. Do not use paper towels to clean the screen.

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Bluetooth (for models with Bluetooth capabilities only)

Bluetooth QD ID B015153

Regulations statements (S700 Series)
Note: For regulatory identification purposes, Moov S700 Series is assigned a model number of N225.
Products with the CE marking comply with Radio & Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE) (1999/5/EC), the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC) and the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) - issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Standards: EN (For models with Bluetooth capabilities only): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission systems; Data transmission equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques; Harmonized EN covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive EN (For models with FM transmitter capabilities only): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Cordless audio devices in the range 25 MHz to 2000 MHz EN 301 489-1: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM), ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements EN 301 489-9 (For models with FM transmitter capabilities only): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 9: Specific conditions for wireless microphones, similar Radio Frequency (RF) audio link equipment, cordless audio and in-ear monitoring devices EN 301 489-17: Electronic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM), ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for 2,4 GHz wideband transmission systems and 5 GHz high performance RLAN equipment
EN 50332: At full power, prolonged listening to your Mio via headphones or earphones can damage the ear of the user. EN 55022: Radio disturbance characteristics EN 55024: Immunity characteristics EN 61000-3-2: Limits for harmonic current emissions EN 61000-3-3: Limitation of voltage fluctuation and flicker in low-voltage supply system IEC 60950-1:2001: Product Safety The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for modifications made by the User and the consequences thereof, which may alter the conformity of the product with the CE Marking. Hereby, Mio Technology declares that this N225 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The FM transmitter function is not allowed to use in Cyprus, France and Greece. Please turn off the function in those areas. (For models with FM transmitter capabilities only)

Traffic and other TMC events....55 Appendices.....56 For more information.....56 User Manuals....56 Register with MioClub....56 Speed limit.....56 Safety camera POIs.....56 Disclaimer.....56 Copyright..... 57
How do I use the touch screen?
By default, your Mio starts in button mode, to scroll up or down, or dock/undock, use the buttons to the right of the main page.
You can change to Slide Touch mode: tap

List Scrolling.

In Slide Touch mode, your Mio touch screen options change dynamically: To see all options on a menu, drag the screen up or down. To display the next screen, tap an icon or select an option. To dock a menu to the left, tap the left edge of the menu. To dock a menu to the right, tap the right edge of the menu.
Note: Main Menu options and the order of the options may differ from the above, depending on your region, maps installed or model of Mio.

How do I get started?

Note: The first time you use your Mio it may take several minutes to establish a GPS connection.
How do I turn my Mio on for the first time?
To get started for the first time, complete the following steps: 1. 2. Read the Important Safety Information in the Hardware Manual. Position your Mio in your vehicle according to the instructions in the Hardware Manual.
CAUTION: Ensure that your Mio does not obstruct the drivers view, or interfere with the operation of the vehicle airbags and safety devices.

3. 4. 5. 6.

For the initial start-up, slide the power switch to the ON position. Your Mio will turn on. Select your preferred language. You can change your preferred language while using your Mio, see Language on page 51. The Safety Agreement screen will display. Read the warning and tap Accept. The Tutorial will display. To skip the Tutorial screens, tap Skip. To move forward through the Tutorial screens, tap Next. To view the previous screen, tap.
Tip: To prevent the Tutorial from displaying on each start-up, tap the Show Tutorial on Start-up option to deselect it.
The Main Menu screen will display. You can now use your Mio.

Main Menu

The Main Menu is your starting point for searching for a destination. The Main Menu also allows you to customise your Mio, receive updated traffic information (not available on all models) and make and receive phone calls (not available on all models). To display the Main Menu, press on your Mio at any time.

pause your current route

cancel your current route detour your route
tap the undock button or tap the docked menu in Slide Touch mode and then tap
tap the undock button or tap the docked menu in Slide Touch mode and then tap the Detour option. Detours your route to avoid the next 1, 2, 5, 10 or 20 kilometers or miles. to
view Turn by Turn details to your tap the undock button or tap the docked menu in Slide Touch mode and then destination. switch to the Turns screen. Find your destination name at the To section.

If you want to.

add a location as a via point (waypoint) on your trip
tap the undock button or tap the docked menu in Slide Touch mode and then switch to the Turns screen. to
Tap New Via Point. Select the way you want to add a via point. When a new via point is added, your route will be recalculated. (See How do I create a trip with multiple stops? on page 26 for details.) delete a via point (waypoint) from your trip tap the undock button or tap the docked menu in Slide Touch mode and then switch to the Turns screen. to
Tap the via point you want to delete and then tap Delete Via Point. When a via point is deleted, your route will be recalculated. (See How do I create a trip with multiple stops? on page 26 for details.) change your route preferences tap the undock button or tap the docked menu in Slide Touch mode. You can change the following settings on the Overview screen: Mode - Car or Walking mode Map - 3D or 2D map view Other Options - sets your route preferences (See How do I set my route preferences? on page 10 for details.)
How do I use the Explore map?
The Explore map allows you to explore the local area to find Points of Interest (POIs) or navigate to an address. If you do not have a GPS fix, the map will display your last known position. Tap and drag the map to explore your desired area. POIs of the specified category will be displayed. Tap a POI for more information or navigate to the POI. 1. The Explore screen will display. 2. The Near field will show either: Your current position, if you have a GPS fix The area you have defined in the FIND wizard, etc.
Note: Whenever you tap EXPLORE this area in a Preview screen, the Explore map will display.
If you want to explore a different area, tap Near and set a location using one of the following options: My Destination (only appears during navigation), My Places, Find a Place or Recent Places. 3. Tap the dock button or tap the edge of the menu in Slide Touch mode to dock the menu. The Explore map will display.
How do I view the Explore map?
A group of POIs at the same location. Tap to display the number of the POIs; tap again to view the POIs on a list. The location defined in the Near field on the Explore screen. Note: This icon stays at the centre of the Explore map. Tap to zoom into a POI cluster containing a group of POIs close together. Note: This icon comes in red when the POI cluster contains a POI stored in My Places.

Note: If you have a GPS fix, you do not need to select a departure point unless you want the demonstrated route to start elsewhere.
a) The Create a Route screen will display. b) Tap From. The Leaving from screen will display.

c) 2. 3. 4.

Tap Find a Place, then use the Address Wizard to find your departure point.
Select a destination point using the GO or FIND address wizards, the MY PLACES menu or the Explore map. Your route is calculated and the Overview screen will display. Tap Route Simulation. The Map screen will display the calculated route in route simulation mode.
increase the speed of the simulation decrease the speed of the simulation pause/resume the simulation
tap tap tap tap. to pause the simulation. to resume the simulation. to exit the simulation mode and the Overview screen will display.

stop the simulation

How do I view my route statistics?
Your Mio provides information on your: distance to go time to go estimated time of arrival average speed To view your route statistics during a planned route: 1. The Overview screen will display. 2. Tap to switch to the Stats screen.

My Places

My Places has all your saved and captured locations. It also contains POIs and NavPix you have downloaded onto your Mio via MioMore Desktop.
How do I save a location as My Place?
1. Search for an address until the Preview screen is displayed.
Tap to save the location as My Place. The location icon will become red on the map and the create date/time will display.
add or edit location name
tap in the location name field to display the Keyboard screen. After you have entered a name for the favourite, tap OK. The Preview screen will display.
Note: This feature is not available on all models. calculate the route, open the Map screen and start navigating add or edit tags to the location tap. The Map screen will display.
tap in the tags (or add tags) field to display the Keyboard screen. After you have entered one or more tags for the favourite, tap OK. The Preview screen will display.
add or edit notes to the location
tap in the notes (or add notes) field to display the Keyboard screen. After you have entered the notes for the favourite, tap OK. The Preview screen will display.

tap Pick on Map (or Here Recent Places if you have a GPS fix). Select a location on the map and tap OK.
10. Complete the following: If you want to.

tap tap

. The Map screen will display. The location is saved as My Place. (See My Places on page 20 for details.)
tap. The Explore screen will display a list of the selected POI category based upon your location. (See How do I use the Explore map? on page 14 for details.)
How do I search for roadside assistance?
1. The MioMore Service screen will display. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tap Roadside Assistance. The first time you use this feature you will be prompted to set your home base. Tap Yes to proceed. Select your home base from the list. The Assistance Details screen will display.
place a phone call to the assistance centre change the region for a new search change to another assistance centre
Note: This feature is not available on all models. tap Home base and then select your preferred region. tap Club and then select your preferred centre.
How do I find the weather information?
1. The MioMore Service screen will display. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tap Weather. Tap Accept on the agreement screen. When prompted for download of the latest data, select to update immediately or use the previous data. The Weather screen will display. Tap Add city.
Follow the prompts to select your preferred region, country and city. After a city is selected, MioMore Service will start updating the weather information and display it on the screen.
Note: You can tap to change the temperature unit between C and F.
How do I download MioMore Service updates?
You can define how you want to download MioMore Service updates. On the MioMore Service screen, tap Service Update and select if you want to be asked before update and allow or do not allow automatic update.
How do I receive current traffic information via TMC?
Your Mio can receive current traffic information for all main roads and motorways, enabling you to avoid potential delays on your route. Event messages and traffic icons will display as they occur.
How does my Mio receive traffic information?
Depending on your model, you may receive current traffic information on your Mio using the built-in TMC receiver or via the Mio traffic accessory kit. The traffic accessory kit may be sold separately. The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) broadcasts real-time traffic and weather information via the FM Radio Data System (RDS). FM radio stations transmit TMC data on a cycle of several minutes, with hundreds of events able to be broadcast to TMC receivers.

How will I know when a traffic event occurs?
When travelling through an area in which you can receive traffic updates, your Mio will decode these events and display them on-screen. A message will display with the road name and the type of event that has occurred.
A detour will often be recommended. Select either No to ignore the event or Yes to recalculate your route. Incoming events are handled according to your Traffic preferences. To change your preferences, tap Other Options Traffic. (See How do I set my route preferences? on page 10 for details.)
How do I view a list of all events on my route?
Your Mio creates a list of events as they are received, which is displayed on the Event List screen. 1. The Event List screen will display. 2. A list of all traffic events in the specified area will display. You can sort events by update time or alphabetical order.

view an event details

tap an event. The Event Details screen will display.
change your preferred TMC service provider display traffic events on the map
tap Service and select your preferred service from the list. Tap the dock button or tap the edge of the menu in Slide Touch mode to dock the menu. The Traffic map will display.
How do I view the Traffic map?
Tap to zoom into an event cluster containing a group of events close together.
Event icon Route affected
Display an icon to indicate type of event. Tap to display the summary of the event; tap again to view the details. When an event spans a specific distance, the section of road affected will be highlighted. A group of events at the same location. Tap to display the number of events; tap again to view the events on a list. The direction of your current position. Tap to return the map to your current position. To zoom in or out, tap and hold or contained within the Traffic map area. Zooming in or out will increase or decrease the area
Note: Zooming out too far will reduce the number of traffic events displayed to zero and hence return no results.
How do I view the details of a traffic event?
There are two ways to view details of an event received by your Mio. Tap an event from the Event List screen, or tap twice on the event icon on the Traffic map. The Event Details screen will display.
The Event Details screen displays the type of event, description, location, information update time and a map snapshot displaying the section of road affected.

How do I avoid an event on my route?
1. Tap 2. to switch to the Turns screen.
When a traffic event occurs on your route, the section of the route affected is marked with an event icon.
Tap the section you want to avoid. From the Turn Details screen tap Avoid this Turn. Your route will be recalculated.

Walking mode

Note: Walking mode is not available on all models.
Walking mode allows you to navigate to your destination using roads and paths appropriate for a pedestrian, including non-vehicle segments.
Note: When in Walking mode, you will not be routed onto motorways and their associated slip roads. If your destination is more than 10 kilometres (6.3 miles) away, a warning message is displayed indicating that the route is a long way to walk. Note: Some aspects of walking mode are not available on all models, but the function itself is. Note: Navigation along paths and non-vehicle segments that require 2D city maps is not available on all models.
How can I set my navigation mode to walking?
1. 2. 3. Plan a route from the Find or Explore screen. Tap Mode. Select Walking. Your route will be calculated and the Map screen will display.

What can I customise?

There are various customisation options available to enhance your navigation experience.

Volume

increase or decrease the volume
tap to move the Volume slider to the right to increase the volume. tap to move the Volume slider to the left to decrease the volume.
Your preferences are automatically saved.

Day/night

improve screen contrast in light or dark condition set the screen contrast to automatically adjust
select either the Day or Night option to manually adjust screen contrast. select the Automatic option.

List scrolling

enable the Slide Touch interface and not use arrows to navigate on a screen disable the Slide Touch interface
select the Slide Touch option. select either the Buttons (right-handed) or Buttons (left-handed) option.

Brightness

change the screen brightness
tap to move the slider towards right to increase screen brightness. tap to move the slider towards left to decrease screen brightness. Warning: Your Mio can heat up when the Brightness scale is set high, therefore, use lower brightness whenever acceptable.

Power information

The battery status bar shows the percentage of power left in the Mio battery. To charge the battery, see the Hardware Manual.

Screen saver

enable the screen saver feature on your Mio
tap Screen Saver. When your Mio is idle for 2/5/10 minutes, the screen saver will display. Note: The screen saver will only display if your Mio is connected to a power supply.
disable the screen saver feature on your Mio
tap Screen Saver and select Off.

Bluetooth

Note: Bluetooth is not available on all models.
The Bluetooth option allows you to pair and select a mobile phone or headset with your Mio.
enable/disable Bluetooth on your Mio leave your Mio in discoverable mode connect to a Bluetooth mobile phone connect to a Bluetooth headset
tap ON or OFF on the Bluetooth screen. tap ON or OFF on the Bluetooth screen. tap Connect to Phone, then select a mobile phone from the list. Tap Search for devices to search for a new Bluetooth enabled mobile phone. tap Connect to Headset, then select a headset from the list. Tap Search for devices to search for a new Bluetooth enabled headset.

FM transmitter

Note: FM transmitter is not available on all models.
By default, your Mio uses the internal speakers for audio output. You can also use the built-in FM transmitter of your Mio to transfer audio output to the car speakers.
receive audio output through your Mio receive audio output through the FM radio in your car
Select the Internal Speaker option. Select FM transmitter and then select your FM frequency. For more information, see How do I receive audio through my vehicle speakers? on page 30.

Privacy

record your journey
select the Capture Journey option to turn it On or Off.

Language

change the on-screen language
tap your preferred language from the list. Note: The voice scheme will also change to the default scheme for the selected language.
change the distance units
select your preferred distance unit type from the Units screen.

Time zone

change your Mio time zone
select your preferred time zone from the list.

Touch audio

The Touch Audio option allows you to hear a tone when you tap the touch screen. Complete the following: If you want to.
hear a tone when you tap the touch screen
select the On option to turn the tap sound on or the Off option to turn the tap sound off.

Restore defaults

The Restore Defaults option allows you to restore default factory settings. Complete the following: If you want to.
restore factory default settings
tap Restore Defaults. Note: The option does not delete recent locations or saved My Places destinations.
Tap About to display copyright and trademark information.
Point of Interest categories

Icon Description

Airport Camping ground Entertainment Hospital Museum Place Restaurant State office Tourist attraction Train station

Bank/ATM Car facility Ferry/Marina Hotel Parking Pub Shopping Temple Tourist information Visiting the City
Bus station Education Historical buildings Metro station Petrol station Rest area Sport centre Theatre Towns & Cities Zoo
Branded Points of Interest
Branded Points of Interest are available on some maps. These include well known restaurants, accommodation providers, tourist attractions, Petrol stations, etc. The icon will usually display the company logo.

My Places categories

Home Captured sound recording

Picture Captured journey

Captured locations
Traffic and other TMC events
Each TMC event is sorted in to one of nine categories. When an event is received, one of the following icons will display: Event Message Type Event Description
Closed Danger Queue Weather Warnings Forecast Restrictions Roadworks Information A section of the route has been closed and no entry permitted. There is a dangerous situation on the route; for example, people are on the road. Any event that will cause a delay on a route. Weather conditions are adversely affecting a route; for example, there is ice on the road. There is a situation of which you should be aware on the route, but it is not serious enough to be considered a dangerous situation; for example, a minor accident has taken place. An event is expected to occur on a route. There is a restricted flow of traffic on a route; for example, a lane has been closed on a motorway. Roadworks are taking place on a route. All other events.

Appendices

For more information

User Manuals

The latest User Manuals can be downloaded from our website: www.mio.com

Register with MioClub

If you have a faulty product or you would like to speak to a member of our Technical Support team, register your Mio on MioClub to obtain the Technical Support phone numbers for your Mio and your region.

Speed limit

Mio products are designed to be used as an aid to safer driving. Mio does not condone speeding or any other failure to comply with your local traffic laws. It is your responsibility to drive within the posted speed limit at all times and to drive in a careful manner. Mio accepts NO liability whatsoever for you receiving any speeding fines or points on your license through using this device. Mio does not guarantee the accuracy of the data contained within this database either expressed or implied. In the event you receive a fine or any other penalty for speeding or contravention of any traffic law, or are involved in an accident, Mio is not responsible for any damages of any type. In some countries the data information regarding speed limits may conflict with local law and/or regulations. It is your responsibility to make sure that your use of the data is in compliance with local laws and/or regulations. Usage is at your own risk.

MioMore Desktop menu

Note: Depend on your Mio model, certain MioMore Desktop menu options may not be available. Some features are disabled when your Mio is not connected. Note: Before you transfer any data to and from your Mio, make sure that your Mio is connected to your computer via the USB table.

Component

Menu bar My Maps Speed Cameras EXPLORE GO FIND MY PLACES MY MIO MUSIC TRAVEL BOOKS
Access basic MioMore Desktop functionality. Install and manage maps. Import and manage safety camera information. Explore your desired area and search for Points of Interest (POIs). Pre-plan and save your trips onto your Mio. Search for locations by keyword, address or postcode. View and modify all places including addresses, POIs, NavPix, and others added using MioMore Desktop and stored on your Mio. Applications that allow you to transfer data to and from your Mio, including: Overview, Device updates, Backup/Restore, Activation and Reinstallation. Transfer media files from your computer to your Mio. Install and manage Travel Books for selected countries.

General preferences

From the menu bar of the MioMore Desktop window click Edit OR MioMore Desktop MY MIO Overview Preferences Preferences.
Complete one of the following:
change your device preferences
click the Device tab and change the following preferences for your Mio: Device name (for display in MioMore Desktop) Language Voice Click Save to save your changes.
change your language preferences for MioMore Desktop keep MioMore Desktop updated
click the Desktop tab and select the desired option in the Desktop Language section. click the Desktop tab and select the Check for updates automatically checkbox. When you select this option, every time you access MioMore Desktop, the latest service packs and bug fixes (if available) are downloaded from the Mio server and applied to your Mio. Click Save to save your changes. Note: Updating software is different from upgrading software. To upgrade MioMore Desktop, you must first purchase a new version of MioMore Desktop from a retailer, then install it on your Mio.
specify the storage location to add click the Desktop tab and select the desired option in the Storage section. data to Click Save to save your changes. specify the default folders for your click the Desktop tab and specify the default folder for each data type, then click data Change. Click Save to save your changes.

How do I add or remove Travel Books on my Mio?
1. 2. From the Travel Books panel, select the on device checkbox next to the Travel Book you want to install. A process window will appear. The Travel Book is installed onto your Mio. To remove the Travel Book from your Mio, simply deselect the on device checkbox.
How do I view a Travel Book?
1. 2. 3. 4. Click on a Travel Book. Select a category.
Note: The available categories may vary with different Travel Books.
A list of POIs in the selected category will display. You can search for a location in the selected Travel Book by keyword, address or postcode. Select your search criteria and enter your content. Click the Enter key or to start a search. You may need to select from a category list to narrow down your search results. To reset your keyword click.
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