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dws160468 11:35pm on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 
Upgrades are available from the Navman website - excellent! To find a destination. Are many different POIs that navman supports, for example Buildings and Monuments, Food and Drink, and Tourist Attractions.
Qwaz 7:14pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010 
At £354 delivered next day from blokestuff - an excellent buy very user friendly, portable and in car.
dcapps4140 7:25pm on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 
Stay Away from this Product This unit is horrible! If you buy it, you will be very sorry. There are so many other options out there.
Grapher 10:59pm on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 
everything is good for a long trip not local this navman having a hard time finding signal sometime it might take up to 5 minute driving before u get ...
zymo 6:13pm on Sunday, June 13th, 2010 
Great when it works! After a hickup start ! Initially my heart sunk to my toes when it seemed not to gather GPS info. However, RTM (read the manual) faq.
gansell 1:58pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 
In 5 years and thousands of dollars, this is my first ever complaint with Newegg - I also got a refurbished model with a scratch on the screen. This a great GPS device. I have had one for more than a year and I like almost everything about it. It is a very nicely built GPS with nice TFT screen. The windshield mount is very strong and I mount it next to my rear view mirror.
duffmckagan 3:20pm on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 
Flawed Great system, easy to use and lends itself to being used outside of a car (more useful than you think).
Abhijeet 4:44pm on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 
Excellent entry level navigation For the price, this unit is fantastic!!! Yes, there are one or two niggles but so far it literally has been minor.
RAJ 6:40am on Friday, March 19th, 2010 
I have owned a Navman ICN 510 for over 6 months and have had no problems. Navman ICN 510 a great piece of kit in your car or on whilst on foot. No installation required, ready to use straight out of the box.

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Installing a Language to your iCN 520
To install a language on your iCN, the Language screen must be enabled to display at startup. If you have disabled the Language screen from displaying at startup, or you purchased your iCN 520 in Australia, Canada, New Zealand or United States, you must ensure the Language Selection Screen check box is selected on the Preferences - Startup screen. See page 77. 1. Turn on your iCN as per Step One of Starting Your iCN on page 14. If your iCN is already on, reset it as per the instructions on page 17. 2. When the Language screen is displayed, tap your language choice.
3. Select the Do not show on startup check box. 4. Tap. The selected language is installed to your iCN. The Warning screen will display. 5. Continue to Step Three of Starting Your iCN on page 15.

7. GPS Status

Signals are transmitted by Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites orbiting the Earth. You can view your GPS status at any time from the 2D Map, 3D Map, Next Turn and Next 4 Turns screens. The GPS Strength Indicator will display green when there is a valid x (2D or 3D), and between one and three bars will display to indicate the strength of the signal; the GPS Strength Indicator will display red when no x is available.
Tap the GPS Strength Indicator to open the Satellite Signal Strengths screen. For more detailed information on your current GPS fix, see GPS Status on page 73.
8. Setting Your Destination
For your safety, enter destination information before you start a journey. Do not operate the iCN while driving. Select a destination using the Destination, Keyboard and Preview screens, which used together form a destination wizard. This section describes how to use each of these screens and provides two case studies to help guide you through setting your destination.

Destination Screen

The Destination screen is used to select your destination by area, street, postal code/ZIP code, Point of Interest (POI), intersection, city, town, country or state.
As you specify each part of the address, it will display in the You are going to eld at the top of the screen. The available options will change to reect the parts of the address still to be completed.

Keyboard Screen

The Keyboard screen will display when you are required to enter text, such as when searching for a street name. As you select each character, the rst two results will display. Tap to see more search results. Search results will be listed in matching order, with the closest matches appearing at the top of the list. The Keyboard screen can display in three modes: alphabet, alternate and number/symbol.
Figure 1. Alphabet Keyboard
Figure 2. Alternate Keyboard
Figure 3. Number/Symbol Keyboard As you select each character, the rst two results will display. Tap to see more search results. To select a character or a search result, tap the character or search result. To delete a character, press ESC or tap <<; hold ESC to delete the line. To display the number/symbol Keyboard screen (Figure 3), tap 123. To display the alternate Keyboard screen (Figure 2), press +, or tap Alt. To display the alphabet Keyboard screen (Figure 1), press -, or tap ABC.

Preview Screen

The Preview screen is used to display a preview of your destination before navigating to it, saving it as a Favourite or displaying it on the 2D Map screen.
To display a smaller area in greater detail, press +. To display a larger area in less detail, press -. To display your destination on the 2D Map screen, tap the preview map. The 2D Map screen will display. To save your destination as a Favourite, tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. See Favourites and My Home on page 59. To calculate the route and open the 3D Map screen, tap Go. The 3D Map screen will display. To view Point of Interest (POI) details when your destination is a POI, tap The POI Detail screen will display.

Address Search Rules

The following rules apply when searching for a destination in Europe:

Street Names with Dates

If a street name contains a date or a number, search by the rst number: Example 1: If searching for Faubourg du 13 Juillet 1920, search by 13. Example 2: If searching for Avenue du 14 Avril 1914, search by 14. Example 3: If searching for Rue de la 1 ere Arme, search by 1.
Streets Named After People (excluding Italy)
If a street name is a persons name (including at least a rst and last name), search by the rst name: Example 1: If searching for Rue Albert Mathieu, search by Albert. Example 2: If searching for Fred Archer Way, search by Fred. Example 3: If searching for Franz Grillparzer-Strasse, search by Franz.
Street Named After People - Italy
In Italy, if a street name is a persons name (including at least a rst and last name), search by the last name: Example 1: If searching for Via de Angelo de Thomasis, search by Thomasis. Example 2: If searching for Via Placido Giovanella, search by Giovanella. Example 3: If searching for Via della Giacomo Marca, search by Marca.
Postcodes in United Kingdom and Netherlands
When searching by postcode in United Kingdom or Netherlands, type the postcode with spaces and without the last two letters. Example 1: If searching for RH6 9ST, search by RH6 9. Example 2: If searching for 3514 BN, search by 3514.
For exact European street type abbreviations, see Appendix: Street Types on page 94.
Setting Your Destination by Address Case Study One: Europe and New Zealand
This case study will show you how to set your destination by selecting your country, then area, then street, then house number. Note: This case study applies to Europe and New Zealand only. For navigating in Australia, Canada and USA, see page 28.
Step One: Open the Destination screen
a. From the Main Menu, tap Go To. b. From the Go To screen, tap Address or POI. The Destination screen will display. Important Note: If this is the first time you are setting your destination and you have maps from more than one country installed and selected, then the Select country screen will display instead of the Destination screen. Go directly to Step Two: Select the Country of Destination, step b. The next time you perform this procedure, the Destination screen will open as expected.

b. Select a POI type from the list. The Keyboard screen will display.
c. Use the Keyboard screen to nd the POI. For information on using the Keyboard screen, see pages 21-22. The Preview screen will display.
d. Complete one of the following: To calculate the route and open the 3D Map screen, tap Go. The 3D Map screen will display. To display the destination on the 2D Map screen, tap the preview map. The 2D Map screen will display. To save the destination as a Favourite, tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. See Favourites and My Home on page 59. To change your destination, tap ESC. The Destination screen will display. To view Point of Interest (POI) details when your destination is a POI, tap The POI Detail screen will display. To return to the Main Menu, press.
Setting Your Destination by POI Case Study Two: Australia, Canada and USA
This case study will show you how to set your destination by selecting a Point of Interest (POI). A POI is a named site, feature, landmark or public venue which can be displayed as an icon on the map. POIs are grouped by type, such as parks and museums. Note: This case study applies to Australia, Canada and USA only. For navigating in Europe and New Zealand, see page 32.
b. Select a country from the list. The Select state screen will display. If you only have the map of one state installed and selected, that state is selected for your destination by default. Go to Step Four: Select the Type of POI.
If you only have the map of one state installed and selected, that state is selected for your destination by default and cannot be changed. Go to Step Four: Select the Type of POI.
Step Four: Select the Type of POI
Note: To narrow the search for a type of POI, you can first search by Town or City. a. From the Destination screen, tap Find Point of Interest. The Select POI screen will display.
9. Using the 2D Map screen to Plan a Route
You can plan a route directly from the 2D Map screen using the Pop-up menu. 1. From the Main Menu, tap Map. The 2D Map screen will display. Move around the 2D Map screen using the 4-way toggle or stylus. To display a smaller area in greater detail, press +. To display a larger area in less detail, press -. 2. Tap the Map screen or press the 4-way toggle button to display the cross-hairs. To remove the cross-hairs press ESC. 3. Drag the intersection of the cross-hairs to a destination. Where the cross-hairs intersect on a street, the street will highlight and the street name will display. 4. Tap the intersection of the cross-hairs, or press the 4-way toggle button to select the street as your destination. The Pop-up menu will display.

5. Select Navigate To. The route is calculated and displayed on the 3D Map screen.

10. Multi-stop Trips

You can use the Multi-stop Trip screen to set multiple destination points for your trip. Your route will be calculated to go via each of these points in the specied order. Destination points can be added via the Multi-stop Trip screen or by selecting Show Details from the pop-up menu on the 2D Map screen, then Add to Trip. You can save up to 200 multi-stop trips, each with up to 14 destination points.
Case Study One: Europe and New Zealand
Th case study will show you how to set a multi-stop trip by selecting your country, then area, then street, then house number for each destination point. Note: This case study applies to Europe and New Zealand only. For navigating in Australia, Canada and USA, see page 44.
Step One: Start Your Multi-stop Trip
a. From the Main Menu, tap Multi-stop Trip. The Multi-stop Trip screen will display.
b. Tap Add. The Add to Trip screen will display.
c. Tap Address or POI. The Destination screen will open.
Note: You can also add destination points using Favourites, recent destinations and nearest Point of Interest.
Step Two: Select the Country of Your Destination Point
If you only have the map of one country installed and selected, that country is selected for your destination point by default and cannot be changed. Go to Step Three: Find the Area of Your Destination Point. a. From the Destination screen, tap Change country. The Select country screen will display.
Step Three: Find the Area of Your Destination Point
b. Use the Keyboard screen to nd the area of your destination point. For information on using the Keyboard screen, see pages 21-22. The Destination screen will display.
Step Four: Find the Street of Your Destination Point
b. Use the Keyboard screen to nd the street of your destination point. For information on using the Keyboard screen, see pages 21-22. The Destination screen will display.
Step Five: Find the House Number of Your Destination Point
a. From the Destination screen, tap Enter house number. The Keyboard screen will display. Note: If the Enter house number option is not displayed, house numbers are not available for your selected street. Select Go to centre of street to display the Preview screen. Go to step c.
b. Use the Keyboard screen to nd the house number of your destination point. For information on using the Keyboard screen, see pages 21-22. The Preview screen will display.
c. Tap Add to Trip. The Multi-stop Trip screen will display, listing your destination point.
d. Complete one of the following: Note: Destination points added, updated or deleted after a multi-stop trip has commenced will not affect the current route. If you want to. add another destination point Note: Destination points added after a multi-stop trip has commenced will not be included in the current route. Then. tap Add. The Add to Trip screen will display. tap Address. The Destination screen will display. go to Step Three: Find the Area of Your Destination Point. select a destination point to move from the list. The Preview screen will display. select Move. The Multi-stop Trip screen will display. use the 4-way toggle to move the selected destination point to the correct position. select Go. The 3D Map screen will display the calculated route. select Clear. select a destination point to delete from the list. The Preview screen will display. tap Delete From Trip. The Multi-stop Trip screen will display. tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. tap Save. The Favourite will save and the Multistop Trip screen will display.

Skipping a Destination Point
You can modify a multi-stop trip at any time from the Multi-stop Trip screen, however if you have already commenced a trip, changes will not affect the current route: Main Menu Multi-stop Trip To skip a destination point during a multi-stop trip, complete the following: 1. Press to return to the Main Menu screen. The Main Menu screen will display. 2. Tap Route Information. The Route Information screen will display. 3. Tap Skip Next Dest. The next destination point will be skipped and the route recalculated to the following destination point.

11. Viewing your Route

Once a route has been calculated, you can view it in several ways. Press to cycle through the screens.

2D Map Screen

The 2D Map screen is always oriented North and shows your current position (if a GPS x is active) and surrounding street names. If a route has been calculated, the route and turns are highlighted. To view the 2D Map screen, either tap Map on the Main Menu screen, or when a route has been to cycle through the screens. calculated, press To display a smaller area in greater detail, press +. To display a larger area in less detail, press -. To display the cross-hairs, tap the map. Tap the intersection of the cross-hairs, or press the 4way toggle to display the Pop-up menu.
Your next turn is highlighted in a different colour from future turns. The colour will depend on the theme you are using.
Your current position is. marked with
Additional information can display here. Tap to scroll the options. You must have a route calculated to view these options: Speed Time Heading Distance to Turn Distance to Go ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) Time to Go
GPS strength indicator. Tap to display the Satellite Signal Strengths screen. Your current location. Tap to display the Main Menu screen.

3D Map Screen

The 3D Map screen displays when a route is calculated, oriented to the travelling direction with an adjustable horizon. To view the 3D Map screen when a route has been calculated, press To adjust the viewing angle, press the 4-way toggle up or down. To display a smaller area in greater detail, press +. To display a larger area in less detail, press -. To display the Go To Pop-up summary, press the 4-way toggle. to cycle through the screens.
Direction of the next turn. Tap to hear next instruction.

North-oriented compass

Next Turn Screen
The Next Turn screen displays information that you need for the next turn, the direction of the turn and the distance to the turn. A route must have been calculated for this screen to be able to display. Access to this screen is controlled by the Display preferences screen. To view the Next Turn screen when a route has been calculated, press

The next instruction

to cycle through the screens.
Map of the next turn Additional information can display here. Press the 8-way toggle left or right to scroll the options: Speed Time Heading Distance to Turn Distance to Go ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) Time to Go
Direction of next turn. Tap to hear next instruction.
Distance to the next turn
GPS strength indicator. Tap to display the Satellite Signal Strengths screen.
Your current location. Tap to display the Main Menu screen.

Next 4 Turns Screen

The Next 4 Turns screen displays the next four turns of your route, the turn direction, the street name and the distance to the turn. A route must have been calculated for this screen to be able to display. Access to this screen is controlled by the Display preferences screen. To view the Next 4 Turns screen when a route has been calculated, press
The next turn is highlighted at the top of the list.
Distance to the next turn Additional information can display here. Press the 8-way toggle left or right to scroll the options: Speed Time Heading Distance to Turn Distance to Go ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) Time to Go
Back-On-Track Automatic Rerouting
Your route is re-directed if you make a wrong turn. The ? symbol will display upper left of the 3D Map and Next Turn screens while the route recalculates.

Route Information Screen

The Route Information screen provides information about your current route and lets you skip a trip destination point or cancel a route. The screen is only available from the Main Menu when you are navigating a route: Main Menu Route Information

Show Route

Tap Show Route to display your entire route on the 2D Map screen.

Instruction List

Tap Instruction list to display the Instruction List screen.
The Instruction List screen is similar to the Next 4 Turns screen except that it displays your entire route. Use to cycle through the instruction list.

Summary

Tap Summary to display the Route Summary screen containing your From and To addresses, Estimated Time to arrival and the Distance remaining to your destination.
If you are navigating a multi-stop trip, the information displayed will relate to your next destination point.

Skip Next Destination

Tap Skip Next Dest. to skip the next destination point of your trip. Only available when navigating a multi-stop trip.

Cancel Route

5. Select Add to Favourites. The New Favourite screen will display.
6. To change the name of the Favourite, select the Name box. The Enter text screen will display.
To select a character, tap the character. To delete a character, press ESC or tap <<; hold ESC to delete the line. To display the number/symbol Enter text screen, tap 123. To display the alternate Enter text screen, press +, or tap Alt. To display the alphabet Enter text screen, press -, or tap ABC After you have entered a name for the Favourite, tap Enter. The New Favourite screen will display. 7. Complete one of the following: To save as a favourite, tap Save as Favourite. The Favourite is saved. The Go To screen will display. To save as My Home, tap Save as My Home. The Favourite is saved as My Home. The Go To screen will display.
Editing the Name of the Favourite
1. From the Main Menu, tap Go To. 2. From the Go To screen, tap Favourites. The Favourite screen will display. 3. Select a Favourite to edit. The Preview Favourite screen will display.
4. Tap the Name box. The Enter text screen will display.
To select a character, tap the character. To delete a character, press ESC or tap <<; hold ESC to delete the line. To display the number/symbol Enter text screen, tap 123. To display the alternate Enter text screen, press +, or tap Alt. To display the alphabet Enter text screen, press -, or tap ABC After you have entered a name for the Favourite, tap Save. The New Favourite screen will display. 5. Complete one of the following: To save as a favourite, tap Save as Favourite. The Favourite is saved. The Go To screen will display. To save as My Home, tap Save as My Home. The Favourite is saved as My Home. The Go To screen will display.

Deleting a Favourite

1. From the Main Menu, tap Go To. 2. From the Go To screen, tap Favourites. The Favourite screen will display. 3. Select a Favourite to delete. The Preview Favourite screen will display.
4. Tap Delete. A Warning dialogue box will display asking for conrmation to delete the Favourite. 5. Tap Yes. The Favourite is deleted. The Favourite screen will display.

enable access to the Next Turn screen enable access to the Next 4 Turns screen change the colour scheme
improve screen contrast in light or dark conditions
iCN 520 only: turn on the keypad backlight when the iCN is using external power Note: This option is only available when Map colours is set to Night. display topographical information on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens
select the Night Keypad Lighting check box.
select the Topographic display check box.
If you want to. display grid lines on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens display a north-pointing compass on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens display no entry icons on no entry roads on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens 5. Tap Save. The Main Menu screen will display. Then. select the Display Map Grid check box. select the Display Compass on Map check box. select the Display no entry roads check box.
Map Preferences Memory Card
1. From the Main Menu, tap Preferences. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap Maps. 3. From the Maps screen, tap Memory card. The Maps - Memory card screen will display. 4. To activate a map, select the map check box. Note: There may be more than one page of map listings, depending on the number of maps installed. To view additional pages of map listings, scroll down using the 4-way toggle, or press. 5. Repeat step 4 until all required maps are selected. 6. Tap Save. The Main Menu screen will display.
Map Preferences Points of Interest (POIs)
Points of Interest in a region are grouped into types. This function allows you to select the types you need. For example, you may be only interested in entertainment venues and want to disable other POI types such as schools. 1. From the Main Menu, tap Preferences. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap Maps. 3. From the Maps screen, tap Points of Interest. The Points of Interest screen will display.
4. You may either choose to display (or hide) icons of all POI types on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens, or to selectively display desired icons chosen from the list of POI types. To display all POI icons (i.e., icons of all POI types) on the 2D Map and 3D Map screens, select Turn all on. To display no icons, select Turn all off. To select a specic POI type icon for display, select the POI type check box. Repeat until all desired POI types are selected. Note: There may be more than one page of POI types, depending on the installed maps. To view additional pages of POI types, scroll down using the 4-way toggle, or press. 5. Tap Save. The Main Menu screen will display.

Hardware Preferences - Screen
1. From the Main Menu screen, tap Preferences. The Preferences screen will display. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap More Preferences. The second Preferences screen will display. 3. On the second Preferences screen, tap Hardware. The Hardware screen will display 4. From the Hardware screen, tap Screen. The Screen screen will display.
5. Complete the following: If you want to. align the touch screen adjust screen brightness Then. tap Align and follow the prompts. Note: The prompts are available in English only. move the Brightness slider towards High to increase screen brightness. move the Brightness slider towards Low to decrease screen brightness. 6. Tap Save. The Main Menu screen will display.
Hardware Preferences - Volume
1. From the Main Menu screen, tap Preferences. The Preferences screen will display. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap More Preferences. The second Preferences screen will display. 3. On the second Preferences screen, tap Hardware. The Hardware screen will display 4. From the Hardware screen, tap Volume. The Volume screen will display.
5. To increase volume, move the Volume Level slider towards High; to decrease volume, move the Volume Level slider towards Low. Tap Test to test the volume. 6. Tap Save. The Main Menu screen will display.
Hardware Preferences - Power Status
1. From the Main Menu screen, tap Preferences. The Preferences screen will display. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap More Preferences. The second Preferences screen will display.
3. On the second Preferences screen, tap Hardware. The Hardware screen will display 4. From the Hardware screen, tap Power Status. The Power Status screen will display.

5. Press

Hardware Preferences - Power Options
1. From the Main Menu screen, tap Preferences. The Preferences screen will display. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap More Preferences. The second Preferences screen will display. 3. On the second Preferences screen, tap Hardware. The Hardware screen will display 4. From the Hardware screen, tap Power Options. The Power Options screen will display.
5. Complete the following: If you want to. change the time to elapse before entering suspended state, when connected to an external power source Then. select the Go to Power Saving Mode if not used for check box under External Power. select the time to elapse when connected to an external power source before entering suspended state by tapping the left or right arrows or using the left and right sides of the 4-way toggle.

If you want to. change the time to elapse before entering suspended state, when using battery power Then. select the Go to Power Saving Mode if not used for check box under Internal Backup Battery. select the time to elapse when connected to an external power source before entering suspended state by tapping the left or right arrows or using the left and right sides of the 4-way toggle.
6. Tap Save. The Main Menu screen will display.

Startup Preferences

1. From the Main Menu screen, tap Preferences. The Preferences screen will display. 2. From the Preferences screen, tap More Preferences. The second Preferences screen will display. 3. On the second Preferences screen, tap Startup. The Startup screen will display.
4. Complete the following: If you want to. display the Tutorial on startup display the Language screen on startup Then. select the Tutorial screen check box. select the Language selection screen check box. Note: If only one language is available on the iCN, the Language screen will not display on startup, even if this check box is selected. select Show Tutorial. The rst Tutorial screen will display. repeatedly to cycle through the Tutorial screens. Press

view the Tutorial

17. Smart Desktop
Smart Desktop is used to manage maps to and from your iCN, obtain software updates, manage Custom Points of Interest (POIs) and install Basemaps. Note: For Windows XP, ensure that Windows XP Service Pack 1 has been applied before you install Smart Desktop.

Microsoft ActiveSync

Microsoft ActiveSync is used to establish a connection between your iCN and your computer. ActiveSync 3.7.1 will be installed on your computer (if it is not already installed) as part of the installation of Smart Desktop.
Installing Smart Desktop on your Computer
1. Close all open programs on your computer. 2. Insert the Smart Application Installer CD into your computer CD drive. The Smart Desktop installer will start. If your computer does not automatically launch the CD, start the installation manually: Start Run. Type D:\Setup SmartST 2005 for iCN500 Series.exe where D is the letter assigned to your CD drive. Click OK. 3. Follow the screen prompts to install Smart Desktop, including: Select your preferred language for Smart Desktop when prompted. Review and accept the Licence Agreement for Smart Desktop and Microsoft ActiveSync (if not already installed on your computer) when prompted. Install Microsoft ActiveSync (if not already installed on your computer) when prompted. Select a destination folder for Smart Desktop when prompted. 4. When the installation has nished, click Finish. Smart Desktop will open.

You must have these programs installed on your computer: Smart Desktop (in the language that you require), and Microsoft ActiveSync 3.7.1 (or higher). If you do not have both programs installed, install them now by completing Installing Smart Desktop on Your Computer on page 78. Note: If you already have Smart Desktop installed, but in a language other than the one you want to install on your iCN, you must first uninstall Smart Desktop (see Uninstalling Smart Desktop on page 79), then reinstall Smart Desktop in the correct language. For example, if you want to install French on your iCN, you must have Smart Desktop installed on your computer in French.
Step One: Remove Smart From Your iCN
1. Insert the memory card in your iCN SD/MMC slot. 2. Plug the small end of the USB cable into the USB Socket on the bottom of your iCN and the other end into your computer USB socket. Microsoft ActiveSync will open and synchronise with your iCN. 3. In Microsoft ActiveSync, click. Windows Explorer will open, displaying the contents of the iCN. 4. In Windows Explorer, select the Program Files folder and delete it. If you are asked for conrmation, click Yes. 5. In Windows Explorer, open the My Flash Disk folder. The contents of My Flash Disk will display. 6. Select all les and folders in the My Flash Disk folder and delete them. If you are asked for conrmation, click Yes. 7. Close Windows Explorer. 8. Use the stylus to switch the Battery Switch on the back of the iCN to OFF.
9. Wait ve seconds, then switch the Battery Switch to ON. The iCN will turn on and display the blue USB screen. Microsoft ActiveSync will resynchronise with your iCN
Step Two: Reinstall Smart on Your iCN
1. Ensure that your iCN is still on and connected to your computer, then open Smart Desktop: Start Programs Navman Smart Desktop 2. You will be prompted to install Smart on your iCN. Click Yes and follow the prompts on your computer and iCN. 3. You will be prompted to register your iCN. Click No, as your iCN has been preregistered. 4. On the Tools menu, select Recover registration information from Navman. 5. Follow the prompts to recover your iCN registration information: Your computer will connect to the Internet to recover your iCN registration information. When your registration information is displayed, click Next. There is no need to enter an Application Key, as your iCN has been preregistered. 6. When registration recovery is complete, close Smart Desktop and disconnect your iCN from your computer. Your iCN will restart in the new language.
21. Continuous Continental Navigation
Basemaps allow you to seamlessly navigate between installed maps without installing maps of all regions along your route. Each Basemap covers a large area, such as Western Europe or continental United States; and contains main roads that connect cities and towns. On the Basemap, you can select a road or POI as your departure point or destination. All Basemaps: contain roads and ferry connections of high national and international importance. use less memory than would be necessary to install all equivalent detailed maps. exclude smaller roads and have a reduced level of geographical detail. You can add and remove Basemaps using the Basemap Installer (see below).

Map Layers

To conserve space on your iCN and memory card, you can choose map layers to install. The layers you can choose from are: Points of Interest (POIs) Bodies of water and parks Land contours (topography). To access the Map Layers section: Desktop tab Settings Layers. Select or clear each checkbox to indicate the layers to install for each map.
Points of Interest (POI) Editor
You can create custom Points of Interest (POIs) using the POI Editor in two ways: by creating your own POI les, or by using compatible POI les downloaded from the Internet. A maximum of 25 Custom POI les can be saved on your iCN. The Custom POI les are listed on the My POI screen. Custom POIs can be set to enable a warning chime or visual warning when in close proximity at the Select Active POI screen.
Creating a Custom POI File
1. Create a new POI File using the POI Editor. On the Smart Desktop Map menu, click Points of Interest. The POI Editor window will open. On the POI Editor window File menu, click New Text File. The POI File Name window will open. Type a name for the le in the File Name box, then click OK. The le name can be up to eight characters with no spaces.
2. Add a POI to the POI File. On the POI Editor window Edit menu, click New. The POI Details window will open.
Type a description for the POI in the Description box. On the Degrees, Minutes, Seconds tab, type or select the degree, minute and second of the POI latitude in the Latitude boxes. On the Degrees, Minutes, Seconds tab, type or select the degree, minute and second of the POI longitude in the Longitude boxes. To save the POI, click OK. 3. Repeat step 2 until all POIs have been added to the POI le. 4. On the File menu, click Save. The POI le is saved. 5. Complete Saving a Custom POI File to your iCN below.
Importing a Custom POI File
1. Download a POI le from the Internet and save it on your computer. 2. Open the POI le using the POI Editor On the Smart Desktop Map menu, click Points of Interest. The POI Editor window will open. On the POI Editor window File menu, click Open Text File. The Open dialogue box will open. Select the POI le from your local or network drive, then click Open. 3. Complete Saving a Custom POI File to your iCN below.
Saving a Custom POI File to your iCN

To Delete a Backup

1. On the Smart Desktop File menu, click Backup. The Backup window will display. 2. Select from the list the backup to delete. 3. Click Delete, then click OK. The backup is deleted. 4. Close the Backup window.

To Restore a Backup

1. On the Smart Desktop File menu, click Restore. The Restore window will display. 2. Select the backup from the list, then click Restore. The Restore File Selection window will display. 3. Select or clear the check boxes to indicate which part of the backup to restore. 4. Click OK. The Restore File Selection window will close and the backup will be restored. 5. Close the Restore window.

23. Accessories

You can purchase separately almost all items that came with your iCN, including additional mountingkits and in-vehicle power adaptors. The following accessories are also available for your iCN:

mMCX External Antenna

Required for vehicles with heated windscreens or to boost GPS performance in weak signal-areas and in areas with poor or limited visibility of the open sky.

AC Power Adaptor Kit

AC power cable with adaptor-plugs for the following regions: Western Europe United Kingdom Australia/New Zealand United States/Canada.

Earphones

Earphones for listening to voice instructions in privacy.
Button functions are the same as the iCN control buttons except that the iCN cannot be turned on using the Remote Control. The Remote Control is supplied with the iCN 510 or 520 Premium edition.

Appendix: Street Types

Note: Belgium and Switzerland each list street types and their abbreviations in three languages.

Country

Austria

Street Type

BOULEVARD CHAUSSEE PLATZ STRASSE BAAN BERG DREEF LAAN MARKT PARK PLEIN SQUARE STEENWEG STRAAT AVENUE BOULEVARD CHAUSSE IMPASSE MONT MONTAGNE PLACE ROUTE ROUTE NATIONAL RUE SQUARE CHAUSSEE PLATZ STRASSE GATAN GATE GATA VGEN VG ALLEE AVENUE BOULEVARD CHAUSSE DOMAINE FAUBOURG IMPASSE MONT MONTAGNE PASSAGE PLACE QUARTIER ROND-POINT ROUTE ROUTE NATIONALE RUE SQUARE TRAVERSE

Abbreviation

BVD CH PL STR BN BG DR LN MKT PK PL SQ STWG STR AVE BVD CH IMP MT MT PL RTE RN R. SQ CH PL STR GT GT GT V. V. ALL AVE BVD CH DOM FG IMP MT MT PAS PL QU RPT RTE RN R. SQ TRA

Belgium (Dutch)

Belgium (French)

Belgium (German)

Finland

France

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Germany

BOULEVARD CHAUSSEE PLATZ STRASSE AVENUE BOULEVARD CENTRE CRESCENT PLACE ROAD ROUTE SQUARE STREET YARD CONTRADA CORSO FRAZIONE LARGO PIAZZA PIAZZALE STRADA STATALE SUPERSTRADA VIA VIALE ALLE AVENUE BOULEVARD CHAUSSE DOMAINE FAUBOURG IMPASSE MONT MONTAGNE PASSAGE PLACE QUARTIER ROND-POINT ROUTE ROUTE NATIONALE RUE SQUARE TRAVERSE BOULEVARD DIJK DWARSSTRAAT DWARSWEG GRACHT KADE KANAAL LAAN LEANE LOANE PARK PLANTSOEN PLEIN SINGEL STRAAT STRJITTE STRAATWEG WEG

 

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