Navigon Premium 70 Live
Description: The choice for you who want to have your GPS neatly and safely installed! Your GPS will be within easy sight and reach, installed onto the dashboard instead of the windshield giving you clear sight. And by using an active holder, you never have to worry about running out of battery. The holder has a TMC connector, you easily attach the enclosed TMC antenna to the holder. The holder is equipped with a spiral charging cable with cig-plug which is to be connected to the vehicle's 1... Read more
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Imprint NAVIGON AG Schottmllerstrae 20A D-20251 Hamburg The information contained herein may be changed at any time without prior notification. Neither this manual nor any parts thereof may be reproduced for any purpose whatsoever without the express written consent of NAVIGON AG, nor may they be transmitted in any form either electronically or mechanically, including photocopying and recording. All technical specifications, drawings etc. are subject to copyright law. 2010, NAVIGON AG All rights reserved.
Users manual NAVIGON 70 Plus | 70 Premium | 70 Premium Live
Table of contents
1.1 About this manual...8 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 Conventions...8 Symbols...8 Liability...8 Trade marks...9
Questions about the product..9 Scope of Delivery...9 Description of the navigation device...10 Important safety information...10 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 Navigation safety information..10 Safety information for the navigation device..11 Safety guidelines when installing the device in your car.12 SIM card....12 Installing the navigation system in the vehicle.13 Memory card...15
Before you begin...9
2.1 2.2 2.3
Preparing the navigation system for use..12 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3
Activating the NAVIGON Live services..16 Navigating with GPS....17 Manual...19 Options...20 Information....20 Software keyboard...24 4.2.1 4.2.2 Special keys...24 Entering data...25
Switching on the navigation device...17
Operating the navigation system..20
Options...26 Menus....26 Activating the voice commands function..27 Use Voice Command...27 Help...28 Deactivation of the voice commands function..28
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4
Configuring the voice commands function..28 Starting the navigation application...29 Specifying a destination..31 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3 6.2.4 6.2.5 6.2.6 6.2.7 6.2.8 6.2.9 6.2.10 6.2.11 6.2.12 6.2.13 Specifying the country in which the destination is situated..31 Entering a destination by voice commands..32 Entering a destination address..33 Enter Coordinates..34 Points of interest...36 Information about the destination..40 Favourites...40 Last Destinations...41 Imported Addresses: Outlook / Internet..42 Imported Addresses from the phone book..42 Navigating home...43 Selecting destinations on the map..43 Route preview...44 Saving destinations...46 Deleting a destination from the Favourites list.46 Defining the home address...47 Changing the home address...48 Entering the starting point..48 Entering route points...49 Editing route points...50 Managing routes...50 Loading routes or tracks..50 Calculating and displaying routes..51 Simulating routes...51 Route preview...52
Managing destinations...46 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.3.3 6.3.4
Tracks and multi-leg routes..48 6.4.1 6.4.2 6.4.3 6.4.4 6.4.5 6.4.6 6.4.7 6.4.8
Options....54 Working with the map...57
8.1 8.2 Selecting the navigation map...57 Button bar....57 8.2.1 8.2.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.3.1 Static button bar...57 Dynamic button bar...58 Configuring the proximity sensor..60
Motion Sensor....59 Map in Standard mode...60 Map in Preview mode...61 Map in Navigation mode...63
8.6.1 8.6.2 8.6.3 8.6.4 8.6.5 8.6.6 8.7 8.7.1
Navigation in Vehicle mode..63 Navigation in Pedestrian mode..68 Navigation in Track mode..69 Navigation in Offroad mode..70 Map options in Navigation mode..70 Quitting navigation...71 Operating in Destination search mode.72
This chapter is relevant for you only if your navigation device is a NAVIGON 70 Premium Live.
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The SIM card is inserted at the back under the cover in the middle of the device.
1. Switch off the navigation device. 2. Insert a finger-nail in the recess on the top of the cover. 3. Pull the cover off the device. 4. Break the SIM card out of the SIM card holder. The card holder is glued in the leaflet and can be removed easily. 5. Insert the SIM card as shown in the illustration. 6. First insert the two lower lugs of the cover. 7. Then press on the upper part of the cover so that both upper lugs engage. 8. Push the cover firmly against the device until it latches home in all corners. The procedure for removing the SIM card is similar to that just described. Note: If the cover does not latch home correctly, it may be impossible to establish a connection to the NAVIGON server. In this case the NAVIGON Live services will not be available.
Installing the navigation system in the vehicle
Caution! Be sure to refer to all the safety information in chapter "Important safety information" on page 10.
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Securing the cradle
1. Clean the suction cup and that part of the windscreen to which you want to secure the cradle. Both must be dry and free of dirt and grease. 2. Open the lever on the suction cup as far as possible. 3. Place the cradle suction cup against the windscreen. 4. Press the lever towards the windscreen. Inserting the navigation device into the cradle
On the back of the navigation device you will see a circle with two recesses. 1. Hang the navigation device by the upper recess on the upper lug of the cradle. (See illustration) 2. Then press it towards the cradle so that it latches in place. Supplying power to the navigation device Included in delivery of the navigation device is a car charger cable with which power can be supplied to the navigation device via the vehicle's cigarette lighter.
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Note: Use only the charger cable supplied with your navigation device or an equivalent model from NAVIGON! If you use a different charger cable, the NAVIGON Live services might not be available.
Connect the car charger cable to the vehicle's cigarette lighter and to the mini USB socket of the navigation device.
The LED on the bottom of the navigation device lights up orange during charging. As soon as the battery is fully charged, the LED lights up green. Caution! Connect the car charger cable only to cigarette lighters with an operating voltage of 10-24V. Note: Insert the USB connector securely in the corresponding USB sockets! Caution! Be sure to refer to all the safety information in chapter "Important safety information" on page 10. Note: It takes approx. 3 hours to charge the device when the battery is flat. A fully charged battery enables up to 3 hours of use depending on the device configuration. TMC antenna The navigation device has an integrated TMC receiver. The TMC antenna is integrated in the car charger cable. Once the car charger cable is connected, the device can receive current traffic messages. If required, it can change your route dynamically, e.g. in order to avoid a traffic jam.
enter the address of the destination (refer to "Entering a destination address " on page 33). enter the coordinates of the destination (refer to "Enter Coordinates" on page 34). select a point of interest (refer to "Points of interest" on page 36 )
select a destination with the Direct Access function (refer to "Direct access to POI" on page 39).
Note: The first time that you want to enter a new destination you will be asked to select the country in which your destination is situated. Under My Destinations you can select from the following lists of destinations and addresses:
FAVOURITES: All destinations that you have entered and then saved (refer to "Favourites" on page 40). Three special destinations are also saved in the FAVOURITES list:
My Address: The address which was saved as the home address (refer to"Defining the home address" on page 47). My Vehicle: The location of your vehicle is automatically saved when you use the Parking Close to Destination function (refer to "Parking near the destination" on page 80). My Starting Point: The starting point of the last navigation is automatically saved.
LAST DESTINATIONS: Destinations to which you have navigated on a previous occasion (refer to "Last Destinations" on page 41). IMPORTED ADDRESSES: All destinations that you have imported from Microsoft Outlook or from other data sources (refer to "Imported Addresses: Outlook / Internet" on page 42 and "" on page ).
Specifying the country in which the destination is situated
At top left in the ADDRESS, POI IN A CITY and POI NATIONWIDE windows you will find the Country button. It bears the flag of the country in which you can currently select destinations for the navigation application.
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If your destination is in a different country, then proceed as follows: 1. Tap on the Country button. 2. Enter the name of the country in which your destination is situated. The button shows the flag of the destination country. Note: The selection list contains only those countries whose maps are available to the navigation device.
Entering a destination by voice commands
It is particularly convenient to select the destination by voice commands. 1. In the NAVIGATION window tap on Voice Command. The VOICE COMMAND window opens.
Entering an address
2. Say "Address". Indicated at the top is the country for which you can select addresses.
Tap on the country if your destination address is situated in a different country. Then follow the instructions given by the navigation system.
In the NAVIGATION window tap on Options > Show Map. (Destination search). The map opens in Destination search mode.
2. Tap on
3. Tap on the point to which you want to navigate.
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Note: For details of how to change the map view so that your destination is easily seen refer to the chapter "Map in Destination search mode" on page 71. The destination that you have selected appears under the cross hairs. The geographical coordinates of the destination and the corresponding address are shown in the bottom third of the screen. 4. Tap on (OK).
The DESTINATION ON MAP window opens. The detailed address data of the selected destination is displayed in the upper left-hand corner. 5. Tap on Take Me There. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map. For detailed information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 44. Please read on there.
The map is open in Preview mode. The navigation destination is depicted by a small flag. For detailed information refer to the chapter "Map in Preview mode" on page 61.
The route is calculated on the basis of a route profile. The current route profile is indicated at the top right edge of the map. Route profiles take account of the characteristics and special aspects of the different modes of transport. For example a route profile for bicycles will exclude motorways from the route calculation but will include roads which other vehicles are not allowed to use. And a bicycle profile will calculate different arrival times than a motorcycle profile. Note: If you select a pedestrian profile, a type of navigation specially developed for pedestrians will be started. (Refer to "Navigation in Pedestrian mode" on page 68.)
Tap on the Route Profile button if you want to select a different route profile.
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For details of how to create and select route profiles refer to chapter "Route profiles" on page 73.
If you want to see detailed directions for the route, tap on Options > Turn-by-Turn List.
For details of the functions in the TURN-BY-TURN LIST window refer to chapter "Turn-by-Turn List" on page 89.
When the MyRoutes function is activated, the navigation system calculates up to three routes on the basis of the currently selected route profile and shows them on the map in different colours (orange, green, blue) and with a number. For each route there is a button with the same number and a symbol in the same colour. When calculating the time of arrival or the trip time, the navigation system takes account of additional factors such as day of the week, time of day and particularly your previous driving profile. The route which corresponds best to the selected route profile is marked with "MyRoute". Note: Even when the MyRoutes function is activated, sometimes only one additional route or no additional routes at all can be calculated for a particular route. No further suggestion is then shown on the button in question.
Tap on (Back) in order to quit Destination search mode. You will be returned to the window from which you started this mode.
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Route profiles define the characteristics and special aspects of the different modes of transport which are to be taken into account when calculating routes. For example a route profile for bicycles will exclude motorways from the route calculation but will include roads which other vehicles are not allowed to use. And different arrival times will be calculated for a bicycle than for a motorcycle for example.
Route profile settings
A route profile is made up of several settings:
Speed Profile: Defines the mode of transport (e.g. Bicycle, Pedestrian, Car,.). Type of Route: Defines the type of route which is to be calculated (e.g. Short Route, Fast Route,.). Consider Traffic Information: Defines whether traffic messages are to be considered when calculating the route. Motorways, Ferries, Restricted Areas: Defines whether these types of road are allowed to be used. Use of Toll Roads: Defines whether toll roads are allowed to be used when calculating the route.
Tap on the
The USE OF TOLL ROADS window opens.
Adapt the individual settings to your requirements (Yes, No, Ask before). (Refer also to Configuring the navigation system on page 122.) If you activate the Ask before setting, every time your route can take a toll road you will be prompted to make the corresponding setting(s).
For each setting there is a (Help) button. When you tap on it you will see an exact definition of the setting in question. The number of possible settings depends on the selected speed profile. For example, for the Pedestrian speed profile there are no Motorways and Use of Toll Roads settings.
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NAVIGON basic profiles
A basic profile is already defined for each speed profile. Bicycle Pedestrian Lorry Motorbike Car The speed profile of a basic profile cannot be changed. You can adapt the other settings to your requirements. Basic profiles cannot be renamed or deleted. To have a choice of different profiles for example for several cars, you can create your own route profiles.
Creating a new route profile
You can create your own route profiles. This makes sense for example if you own two cars and only one has a prepaid toll disc for Austrian motorways. 1. Tap on Options > Settings. If the map is open in Standard mode, tap on Options > General > Settings. 2. Tap on the (Current Route Profile) button. This button can also show a different symbol. 3. Tap on the name of the route profile which you want to take as basis for the new profile. 4. Tap on Options > Copy. 5. Enter a name for the route profile. 6. Tap on Save. 7. Adapt the route profile to your requirements. 8. Tap on OK. The new route profile is shown in the ROUTE PROFILES list.
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Selecting a route profile
1. Tap on Options > Settings > (Current Route Profile).
If the map is open in Standard mode, tap on Options > Route > Current Route Profile:. 2. Tap on the name of the route profile which you want to use. 3. Tap on (Back).
Managing route profiles
User-defined route profiles can be edited, renamed and deleted.
Editing a route profile 1. Tap on Options > Settings. If the map is open in Standard mode, tap on Options > General > Settings. (Current Route Profile) button. This button can also 2. Tap on the show a different symbol. 3. Tap on the want to edit. 5. Tap on OK. The Use of Toll Roads setting is comprised of several individual settings. For example for each country with toll motorways you can select whether you want to use these roads for the navigation. 1. Tap on the setting. (Edit) button alongside the Use of Toll Roads (Edit) button alongside the route profile that you
4. Make the required settings.
The USE OF TOLL ROADS window opens. 2. Adapt the individual settings to your requirements (Yes, No, Ask before). If you activate the Ask before setting, each time the route preview wants to calculate a route with a toll road you will be asked whether you want to use the type of toll roads in question. You can then lay down this setting for future journeys as well. Renaming a route profile 1. Tap on Options > Settings. If the map is open in Standard mode, tap on Options > General > Settings.
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2. Tap on the (Current Route Profile) button. This button can also show a different symbol. 3. Tap on the name of the route profile which you want to rename. 4. Tap on Options > Rename. 5. Enter the new name for the route profile. 6. Tap on Save. Note: Basic profiles cannot be renamed. Deleting a route profile 1. Tap on Options > Settings. If the map is open in Standard mode, tap on Options > General > Settings. (Current Route Profile) button. This button can also 2. Tap on the show a different symbol. 3. Tap on the name of the route profile which you want to delete. 4. Tap on Options > Delete. 5. A dialog window prompts you to confirm deletion. 6. Tap on Yes. Note: Basic profiles cannot be deleted.
Sightseeing Tours are predefined routes with destinations of scenic, cultural or touristic interest which are sorted according to various categories. Note: The navigation software contains only a limited number of sightseeing tours. An update with more than 100 sightseeing tours can be purchased via NAVIGON Fresh. The NAVIGON Fresh software can be downloaded free of charge from the webseite www.navigon.com/fresh. 1. In the NAVIGATION window, tap on Options > Sightseeing Tours. The SIGHTSEEING TOURS window opens.
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2. Enter the country in which you want to search for sightseeing tours (refer to "Specifying the country in which the destination is situated" on page 31). 3. Select a category from which you would like to find a route. The NAME list opens. It contains routes from the specified category, sorted alphabetically. 4. Tap on the name of the route. The DETAILS OF THE ROUTE window opens. It shows the name of the route, the length of the route, the estimated driving time and a short description of the route.
Tap on Info to receive a detailed description of the route.
Tap on Close to reopen the DETAILS OF THE ROUTE window. On the Begin at button you are told at which route point the route starts:
First: You are guided from your current position to the advised starting point of the sightseeing tour. Navigation on the selected tour then begins. Nearest: You are guided from your current position to the most favourable starting point for the selected tour. Navigation on the selected tour then begins. The most favourable starting point is
for a round trip: the nearest point on the route. for any other trip: the nearest end point (start or destination) of the route.
5. Tap on Begin at in order to select the alternative setting. 6. Tap on Plan route. The ROUTES AND TRACKS window will open (refer to "Tracks and multi-leg routes" on page 48). Here you can obtain an overview of the various legs of the selected tour and of the order the legs will follow. Note: The list of route points in the ROUTES AND TRACKS window is for orientation purposes only. It is impossible in this list to change the order of the route points, delete route points or add new route points.
Tap on Show Route. The map opens in Preview mode and you can start the navigation on the route.
Note: Detailed information about starting the navigation and about the map in Preview mode can be found in the chapter "Map in Preview mode" on page 61.
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The following labelled buttons are also visible: Keyboard: Opens the keypad on which you can dial phone numbers. (Refer to "Dialling a telephone number" on page 106.) Phone Book: Opens the phone book of the active telephone. (Refer to "Calling a contact from the phone book" on page 107 and "Navigating to a contact from the phone book" on page 109) Recent Calls: Opens the recent calls of the active telephone. (Refer to "Calling most recently dialled, received or missed numbers" on page 107.) Voice Command: Opens the VOICE COMMAND window in which you can initiate a call by voice commands. (Refer to "Making a call with the voice commands function" on page 105.) Note: If there is no connection to a mobile phone or if the voice commands function is not available for the language of the user interface, the Settings button will be shown instead of the Voice Command button.
Connection with Mobile Phone
To be able to use the hands-free module of the navigation device, it must be connected to at least one Bluetooth device. Note: Both the navigation device and the mobile phone must be configured accordingly in order for a Bluetooth connection to be set up between the two devices. Headsets are suitably configured at the factory. For details of how to configure the navigation device refer to the chapter "Settings" on page 111. For details of how to configure the mobile phone or headset refer to the related manual issued by the manufacturer.
Searching for and pairing Bluetooth devices
Pairing is the term used for setting up a coded connection between two Bluetooth devices. This requires each of the two devices to send the same password to respectively the other device. The password and the connection data are saved on both devices, which means that pairing is
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necessary once only when the connection is set up for the first time. Paired devices are saved in the TRUSTED DEVICES list. The navigation device can connect automatically to the last connected device as soon as it is within range. The hands-free module of the navigation device can save and manage the connection data of up to 4 paired mobile phones and one headset. From each paired mobile phone it is possible to import the phone book and recent calls and to save this information with the connection data. Note: In this case the phone book and recent calls are only available when the phone in question is connected. For details of how to import the phone book and recent calls refer to the chapters "Import Phone Book" on page 103 and "Import recent calls" on page 104.
Ending the call
Tap in the CALL IN PROGRESS window on the Hang up button in order to end the call.
Navigating to a contact from the phone book
You can also use the address of a contact in the phone book of the active telephone as a destination for the navigation system. 1. In the HANDSFREE MODULE window tap on Phone Book. 2. Select from the phone book the contact you want to navigate to. The SELECTED PHONE BOOK ENTRY window opens. It shows up to two addresses and up to four phone numbers which have been saved for the selected contact. 3. Tap on Start Navigation. If more than one address is available for the selected contact, all the addresses will be shown.
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You can also select addresses from the phone book in the navigation software to act as destinations. For more details refer to the chapter "Imported Addresses from the phone book" on page 42.
Opening the mailbox
You can read text messages from the mailbox of the active telephone. Note: The number of SMS that can be imported from the mobile phone is limited to 15. 1. In the HANDSFREE MODULE window, tap on Options > SMS inbox. The SMS INBOX list opens. The entries are sorted in chronological order. The symbol to the right of each entry indicates whether the text message has been opened at least once: (Unopened text message) (Opened text message) 2. Tap on the entry you want. Note: The SMS INBOX list is available to the hands-free module only for as long as the hands-free module is connected to the mobile phone. It is updated automatically each time it is opened.
Configuring the hands-free function
The hands-free module contains a number of settings that can be individually configured.
The hands-free module of the navigation device contains four Speed Call buttons that can be individually configured. 1. In the HANDSFREE MODULE window, tap on Options > Modify Preset. The PRESET window opens. 2. Tap on the to define. (Edit) button to the right of the Speed Call you want
The MODIFY PRESET window opens.
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Entering a new Speed Call number or editing an existing Speed Call number 3. Tap on the (Edit) button.
4. Enter the name and the number for the selected Speed Call button or edit the existing name and number. 5. Tap on OK. Adopting a number from the phone book of the mobile phone 3. Tap on the (From the phone book) button. This button is deactivated when there is no connection to a mobile phone. 4. Select the contact which you want to adopt for the Speed Call. The SELECT PHONE NUMBER window opens. It shows all the phone numbers saved for the selected contact. 5. Tap on the phone number you want to use for the Speed Call. Deleting a Speed Call number 3. Tap on the (Delete) button.
Fuel Live: If you need petrol, you will be shown a list of petrol stations nearby. You can read how much the grade of petrol used by you vehicle costs at the particular petrol station and whether it is a relatively expensive or inexpensive petrol station. Whether prices are available and how up to date the information is depends on the petrol station operator.
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Events Live: If you want to go to a concert, a trade fair or some other event, here you will find not only the address of the venue but also information about the event itself. You can phone the venue in order to book tickets and you can navigate there of course. Whether an event is listed and which information is available depends on the organiser or the venue operator.
Google Local Search: If you are searching for a particular category of destination, e.g. a Thai restaurant, you can use Google Local Search. You then have access to the recommendations and ratings of millions of people world-wide. Traffic Live: You can now receive traffic information from the NAVIGON Live server. One of the server's functions is to evaluate anonymously collected floating car data from the many users of NAVIGON Live services. As the result, traffic jams can be detected and avoided more quickly and more reliably. The evaluation of floating car data also helps to calculate the estimated time of arrival more exactly.
The data connection is set up by mobile radio. The SIM card needed for this is inserted in the navigation device (refer to "SIM card" on page 12). It can be used only for the NAVIGON Live services and is blocked for all other services (telephone, SMS, MMS etc.).
Use of the NAVIGON Live services is free for a certain period from the day of initial activation. No mobile radio charges or data traffic charges are incurred. After this period you can continue to use the services by extending the subscription. For details go to our website www.navigon.com/live. No additional charges arise for using the NAVIGON Live services in European countries other than your home country. Please note however that e.g. information about parking space, prices and availability does not exist in every country on a nation-wide basis. For more details about the availability and scope of the NAVIGON Live services in various countries and about subscriptions go to www.navigon.com/live.
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Using the NAVIGON Live services
The NAVIGON Live services are seamlessly integrated in the navigation software. Many services are used automatically without any change to the operation of the navigation device compared to the version without NAVIGON Live services. For example, there is no change to the program flow when a traffic jam is reported. The only change is that the traffic information from the NAVIGON Live services is more up to date and more precise than the traffic information from the radio stations.
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Note: The Call function is only available when the navigation device is connected via Bluetooth to a mobile phone. Whether and how a Bluetooth connection can be established is described in chapter "Connection with Mobile Phone" on page 98. 5. Tap on Start Navigation. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map. For information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 44. Please read on there.
Events in a City
1. in the NAVIGATION window tap on a City. The EVENTS IN A CITY window opens. 2. Enter the name or the postal code of the destination town. 3. Select a category from which you would like to find events. Categories in which no events are available in the specified location will not be available for selection. If sub-categories exist for the category you have selected, the Sub Category list opens. 4. Select a sub-category from which you would like to find events. The Destination list opens. It contains events of the selected category, sorted by distance from the venue. 5. Tap on the name of the event in which you are interested. The DESTINATION INFO window opens. In addition to the name of the event it contains the phone number and the address of the venue.
(NAVIGON Live) > Events in
Note: The Call function is only available when the navigation device is connected via Bluetooth to a mobile phone. Whether and how a Bluetooth connection can be established is described in chapter "Connection with Mobile Phone" on page 98.
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6. Tap on Start Navigation. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map. For information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 44. Please read on there.
The Traffic Live service also analyses anonymously collected floating car data from the many users of the service. This offers for example the following advantages:
Obstructions which cause traffic congestion can be detected and avoided more quickly and more reliably. The end of a traffic obstruction is detected more quickly and more reliably. Unnecessary detours can be avoided. Estimated times of arrival can be calculated more precisely.
The Traffic Live service does not change the way you operate the navigation device; the only difference is the source of reference for the traffic information. For details of the TMC function refer to chapter "TMC (Traffic Information)" on page 91.
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Copyright and Protection Rights
The user acknowledges the copyrights of NAVIGON and therewith its exclusive utilisation and exploitation rights to the Software. Exclusive utilisation and exploitation rights also exist with regard to extended development of the Software or amendments thereto, which NAVIGON has created for the user compliant with the order.
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Any kind of non explicitly authorised copying of the Software in its entirety or partially, any kind of non expressly authorised passing on of the Software and development of similar Software or segments of such Software or utilisation of the contractual Software as a master template shall in particular be deemed to be judicially and contractually prohibited. The user acknowledges the imprint, trademark, trade name and patent rights of NAVIGON to the Software and the relevant appending documentation. The user is forbidden to remove, change or in any other way camouflage the copyright notices and identifications pertaining to existing protection rights.
Passing on the Software
The user is permitted to sell or give away the Software and the user manual or any other accompanying materials on a permanent basis to third parties, under the proviso that the acquiring third party agrees that the contractual terms and conditions at hand shall henceforth also be imposed on it. In the event of passing on the Software, the user shall hand over to the new user all copies of the program, including possible back-up copies made, or destroy the copies not handed over. As a result of passing on the Software, the former users utilisation rights to the program shall extinguish. The user is permitted to sell or give away the Software and the user manual or any other accompanying materials to third parties on a temporary basis, if this is not done within the framework of leasing or renting out for gainful purposes, under the proviso that the acquiring third party agrees that the contractual terms and conditions at hand shall henceforth also be imposed on it. For the period of assignment of the Software to third parties, the assigning user shall have no right to any kind of utilization of the program. For the period of assignment of the Software to third parties, the assigning user shall have no right to any kind of utilisation of the program. Renting out or granting a lease for gainful purposes shall be prohibited. The user may not assign the Software to third parties if there should be any justified suspicion that such third party could violate the contractual terms and conditions, especially by making unlawful copies.
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Reproduction Rights and Access Security
The user may reproduce the Software if the respective copying should be necessary for operation. Necessary reproduction shall be deemed to be the installation of the program from the original data carrier to the bulk memory of the hardware used as well as loading of the program into random access memory. Furthermore, the user is permitted to make copies for back-up purposes. However, fundamentally, only one single back-up copy may be made for safekeeping. The back-up copy has to be identified as such. If regular copying of the complete database, including computer programs, is indispensable for reasons of data security or to ensure speedy reactivation of the computer system after a total crash, then the user is allowed to make back-up copies in the number specifically required. The data carriers used in this case must be marked accordingly. The back-up copies may only be used for purely archiverelated purposes. Further reproductions, which also include release of the program code on a printer as well as photocopying of the manual, may not be made by the user. Any additional manuals required by employees have to be obtained from NAVIGON.
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The cover over the SIM card is not inserted correctly. Refit the cover. Make sure that all corners are correctly inserted! (Refer to "SIM card" on page 12)
You are using a charger cable that is not recommended by NAVIGON expressly for your navigation system. Use only the charger cable supplied with your navigation device or an equivalent model from NAVIGON! (Refer to "Supplying power to the navigation device" on page 14)
The SIM card is damaged or invalid.
Note: Use only accessories that are recommended by NAVIGON expressly for your navigation system. NAVIGON AG accepts no liability for errors or damages resulting from the use of other accessories. For suitable accessories go to www.navigon.com or your authorised dealer.
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Data entry.. 25 Destination Direct Access.. 39 Enter Coordinates.. 34 Events... 118 in a City.. 120 Nearby. 119 Favourites.. 40 From Map.. 43 From the phone book.. 109 Google Local Search. 117 Home Address. 43, 47 Imported Addresses From the phone book. 42, 109 Outlook / Internet.. 42 Last Destinations. 41 My Destinations.. 31 New Destination.. 31 POI.. 36 Direct Access.. 39 in a City. 38 Nationwide. 37 Nearby.. 36 Save.. 46 Start Navigation.. 44 Take Me Home.. 43, 47 Turn-by-Turn List. 45 Voice Command.. 32 Direct Help.. 88
Activate.. 16, 102
Block.. 89, 90 Bluetooth Activate.. 102 Connect.. 100 Pairing.. 98 Bluetooth. see Handsfree Module
Call Dial Number.. 106 Phone Book.. 107 Preset... 107 Recent Calls. 107 Voice Command.. 105 Call in Progress Enter numerals.. 109 Hang up.. 109 Muting... 109 Show Map.. 108 Use handsfree.. 108 Use Mobile Phone.. 109 CleverParking Live Parking.. 115 Compass.. 20 Configuration NAVIGON Live.. 121 Configuration.. 122 Connect.. 100 Connection with Mobile Phone.. 98 Conventions followed in this manual.. 8 Costs.. 113 Current Position Save... 89
Energy.. 14, 21, 130 Enter Coordinates.. 34 Entering data.. 25 Events in a City.. 120 Nearby.. 119
Favourites.. 40, 46 Fuel.. 116
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Fuel Live.. 116
Imported Addresses From the phone book. 42 Outlook / Internet. 42
Google Local Search.. 117 GPS Faulty reception.. 29 Initialise... 30 Signals.. 17 Symbols.. 20 GPS Status.. 88
Last Destinations. 41, 46 Logbook.. 24, 95
Handsfree Module Activate.. 102 Call... 105 Call in Progress. 108 Connect.. 100 Connection with Mobile Phone.. 98 Delete Device.. 102 Dial Number.. 106 Enter numerals.. 109 Hang up.. 109 Import Phone Book. 103 Import recent calls.. 104 Incoming Call.. 104 Incoming text message.. 105 Muting... 109 Open.. 97 Pairing.. 98 Phone Book.. 107 Preset.. 107, 110 Recent Calls. 107 Settings. 110, 111 Show Map.. 108 SMS inbox.. 110 Symbols.. 23 Use handsfree.. 108 Use Mobile Phone.. 109 Voice Command.. 105 Home Address Edit.. 48 Home Address.. 43, 47 Hotline.. 9
Description: The choice for you who want to have your GPS neatly and safely installed! Your GPS will be within easy sight and reach, installed onto the dashboard instead of the windshield giving you clear sight. And by using an active holder, you never have to worry about running out of battery. The holder has a TMC connector, you easily attach the enclosed TMC antenna to the holder. The holder is equipped with a spiral charging cable with cig-plug which is to be connected to the vehicle's 12 Volt socket. So the holder provides both charging and TMC connectivity to your device. You can easily take the GPS with you when leaving the vehicle. The holder is equipped with a tilt swivel so it can be adjusted in order to avoid light reflection on the screen. Attach onto ProClip Mounting Platform.
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